This layer displays the net commuting flow for counties and census tracts from the 2021 LEHD Location-Origin Dataset. Other commuting data layers are also available in the same data release including out commuters, in commuters, and workplace area characteristics. These other layers can be found by searching for LEHD.
This layer displays the mean distance travelled by commuters, based on the centroids of the census blocks in which the reside and work. The mean was calculated excluding those records where the distance travelled was over 125 miles one-way. Additional data layers are available which show the proportion of commuters with a short (< 5 miles), moderate (5 – 25 miles), long (25 – 75 miles), or very long (75 – 125 miles) commute.
Map layers from the 2020 Business Dynamics Statistics database are now available! This Census Bureau dataset contains information on establishment and employment changes between 2019 and 2020. The linked map layer displays the rate of change for total business establishments between 2019 and 2020 in counties across the United States. Rates are calculated per 100 ‘initial year’ business establishments.
This layer displays the rate of change for total business establishments between 2018 and 2019 in counties across the United States. Establishment counts are acquired from the 2019 Business Dynamics Survey (BDS), released by the US Census Bureau. Rates are calculated per 100 ‘initial year’ business establishments.
This layer displays the net commuting flow for counties and census tracts. Other commuting data layers are also available in the same data release including out commuters, in commuters, and workplace area characteristics. These other layers can be found by searching for LEHD.
Layers display information about total employment density (jobs per acre) at the census block group level. For additional map layers displaying employment density by industry, browse the Map Room data and navigate to Economic>Labor Market>Employment>Jobs by Industry.
This layer displays information about employment accessibility by estimating the number of jobs within 45 minutes (drive time) from each census block group.
The labor-market engagement index provides a summary description of the relative intensity of labor market engagement and human capital in a neighborhood. This is based upon the level of employment, labor force participation, and educational attainment in a census tract.
These layers display the gap in the percent of advertised jobs posted for an industry and the percent of jobseekers applying for positions in that industry. This analysis takes job seeker information from people who registered
with jobs.mo.gov in 2016, and compares it to employer job ads during the same time period. The analysis was done by the Missouri Economic Research and Information Center (MERIC), CARES digitized the regions used in the report and used the data tables to create the map layers. The original MERIC report can be found at https://meric.mo.gov/media/pdf/missouri-labor-supply-and-demand-analysis
American Job Centers are designed to provide a full range of assistance to job seekers under one roof. Established under the Workforce Investment Act, and reauthorized in the Workforce Innovation and Opportunities Act of 2014, the centers offer training referrals, career counseling, job listings, and similar employment-related services. Customers can visit a center in person or connect to the center’s information online or through kiosk remote access.