Tag Archives: race and ethnicity

Future Work(ers)

“How can we prepare today to create enough good jobs for tomorrow?” was the question posed by NC State’s Institute for Emerging Issues during their summer FutureWork Prosperity Tour. This tour—and the preceding FutureWork conference—focused on the combined impacts of … Continue reading

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Looking toward 2020

Are you planning for 2020? The U.S. Census Bureau is. Research and testing for the content and delivery of the 2020 Census have been underway since 2012. Not only is the Bureau testing methods to improve response rates and reduce … Continue reading

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NC Data: Racial Composition of Local Police and Residents

Interested in doing N.C. version of http://t.co/06rRzuK3u3 ? I bet @ncdemography could help. #ddj @TheNCPress @UNCJschool — Ryan Thornburg (@rtburg) September 5, 2014 Because I can hardly resist an opportunity to a) try to replicate data and b) help someone … Continue reading

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Visualizing Neighborhood Change, 2000 to 2010

Dynamics of population change at sub-county levels are key to understanding the local impacts of broader demographic shifts. Unfortunately, sub-county geographies, such as census tracts, change substantially from decade to decade, posing a barrier to direct comparison over time. To … Continue reading

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