Missouri Job Centers

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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.

Missouri Chambers of Commerce

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This layer displays the location of Missouri Chambers of Commerce and Industry.The Chamber’s mission is creating an environment in which businesses can prosper. The main function of a Chamber of Commerce is to promote interest in local business possibilities.It provides educational opportunities and assists businesses with the latest marketing and promotional techniques. Data was provided by the Missouri Chamber Federation in September, 2020 and addresses were geocoded using ArcGIS Online.

Cancer Incidence Rates by County, 2013-17

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Layer displays cancer incidence rates (all sites) per 100,000 population by state and county. Additional map layers from this update include incidence rates for breast cancer, colon and rectum cancer, lung cancer, prostate cancer, and more.

Juvenile Court Referrals

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Data are collected from the Missouri Department of Social Services Child Abuse/Neglect Hotline Unit (CANHU). CANHU accepts confidential reports of suspected child abuse, neglect, or exploitation. Missouri’s toll-free number for reporting child abuse/neglect is 1-800-392- 3738. Mandated reporters can also report online at http://dss.mo.gov/cd/can.htm. The CANHU is operated year-round on a 24 hours per day, seven days per week basis. During FY 2019, it was staffed by 50 full-time and 11 part-time trained and experienced Children’s Service Workers. A call to the hotline is referred to as a “report” or “reported incident” of child abuse/neglect. A report may involve from one to several children. Over the course of the fiscal year, the hotline had received over 64,000 reported incidents that involved over 89,000 children in Missouri. When a call is received at the CANHU, information is analyzed to determine whether: • the child is under age 18; • the alleged perpetrator has care, custody and control of the child; • the report meets the legal definition of abuse and/or neglect as stipulated in 210.110, RSMo For more information visit the </a Child Abuse and Neglect Annual Report

Substantiated Cases of Child Abuse or Neglect

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Data are collected from the Missouri Department of Social Services Child Abuse/Neglect Hotline Unit (CANHU). CANHU accepts confidential reports of suspected child abuse, neglect, or exploitation. Missouri’s toll-free number for reporting child abuse/neglect is 1-800-392- 3738. Mandated reporters can also report online at http://dss.mo.gov/cd/can.htm. The CANHU is operated year-round on a 24 hours per day, seven days per week basis. During FY 2019, it was staffed by 50 full-time and 11 part-time trained and experienced Children’s Service Workers. A call to the hotline is referred to as a “report” or “reported incident” of child abuse/neglect. A report may involve from one to several children. Over the course of the fiscal year, the hotline had received over 64,000 reported incidents that involved over 89,000 children in Missouri. When a call is received at the CANHU, information is analyzed to determine whether: • the child is under age 18; • the alleged perpetrator has care, custody and control of the child; • the report meets the legal definition of abuse and/or neglect as stipulated in 210.110, RSMo For more information visit the </a Child Abuse and Neglect Annual Report

Average Farm Income

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This layer displays information about the characteristics of farms and ranches in the United States. Information is based on the US Department of Agriculture’s 2017 Census of Agriculture.

Digital Divide Index

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The Digital Divide Index or DDI ranges in value from 0 to 100, where 100 indicates the highest digital divide. It is composed of two scores, also ranging from 0 to 100: the infrastructure/adoption (INFA) score and
the socioeconomic (SE) score.

Student Loan Debt in Collections, 2018

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This layer displays debt information at the state and county levels from the Urban Institute’s 2019 Debt in America interactive platform. Data includes medical debt, student loan debt, automobile debt, retail debt and any debt in collections based on December 2018 credit bureau records.

Credit Card Deliquency Rate

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This layer displays debt information at the state and county levels provided by The Urban Institute. Data includes medical debt, student loan debt, automobile debt, retail debt and any debt in collections. Demographic information is from the 2016 Census.