The EEO tabulation based on the ACS 2006-2010 is released today. See the
email below. One set of tabulations that is interested to transportation
community is Residence-to-Worksite commuting flows. The flows are
available for states, counties and places with population threshold of
50,000 or 100,000, depending on specific table contents.
I took a couple of minutes to play with AFF and trying to get flows data
from EEO. However, none of the tables is labeled with key words like
"flows", "commuting flows" etc. I finally found the table EEO 7
Educational Attainment (5) by Younger Age Groups, Sex, and Race/Ethnicity
(Part II) for Worksite Geography, Not a Citizen (See the link below). But
it only has flows from all other counties to the specified county (
Montgomery County, Maryland). I have some troubles finding individual
county to individual county flows.
If you happen to play with EEO flow tabulations, please share your
experience with us!
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From: "U.S. Census Bureau" <census(a)subscriptions.census.gov>
Date: 11/29/2012 10:32 AM
Subject: U.S. Census Bureau releases EEO Tabulation
U.S. Census Bureau Releases EEO Tabulation 2006-2010
We are pleased to announce the release of the Equal Employment Opportunity
(EEO) Tabulation 2006-2010, using the 2006-2010 American Community Survey
(ACS) 5-year estimates. This tabulation is a collection of detailed tables
that provide extensive detail about the workforce composition and work
characteristics of people across the country.
The EEO Tabulation presents a variety of tables featuring the following
variables: detailed occupation (488 categories), EEO occupational groups
(14 categories), EEO-1 job categories (9 categories), state and local job
groups (8 categories), federal sector job categories (9 categories),
industry (90 categories), race and ethnicity, citizenship, sex,
educational attainment, older age groups, younger age groups, earnings,
unemployment and when last worked.
Though not all tables are available for all geographies, tables are
available by residence geography (where people live), worksite geography
(where people work), and commuting flows (tables showing a central
worksite and the flow to that worksite of workers from up to nine
sources). In general, statistics will be available for the nation, states,
CBSAs, counties, EEO county sets (single counties or combinations of
counties with small populations), and places.
To access these statistics, please visit the Census Bureau's American
For more information, please visit the EEO Tabulation page.
The ACS provides reliable statistics that are indispensable to anyone who
has to make informed decisions about the future. These statistics are
required by all levels of government to manage or evaluate a wide range of
programs, but are also useful for research, education, journalism,
business and advocacy. If you have questions about this survey, please
call our Customer Services Center on 1 (800) 923-8282.
American Community Survey Office
U.S. Census Bureau
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