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Planning Research - Socioeconomic Data

At-a-Glance Reports

  • 2015: Women in the Workforce
    While gender inequalities still exist in today’s society, the roles that women play today in the workforce have evolved. Discussion of this issue focuses on gender in employment, educational attainment, employment by industry, and earnings.
  • 2014: Worked at Home in Miami-Dade County
  • 2014: Income Inequality
  • 2014: Wages
  • 2013: Educational Attainment of Workers in Miami-Dade County   
    In this report, the educational attainment of workers in Miami-Dade County is analyzed with data from the Local Employment Dynamics program. Three aspects will be analyzed: the educational attainment by the number of workers, the industries in which they work, the average monthly wages and wage differences according to gender. The information include in the analysis is from 2000 to 2011.
  • 2013: Poverty
    This issue of At A Glance looks at the Miami-Dade County poverty rate based on 2012 American Community Survey data. The report also draws from County, state and national data and how poverty compares to unemployment rates, educational attainment and more.
  • 2010: Social & Economic Changes
    This issue of At A Glance takes a look at the Miami-Dade demographics, income and housing and provides an insight into the recent social and economic changes in the County between 2006 and 2008, based on the American Community Survey data by the U.S. Census Bureau.
  • 2007: Wages
    In 2006, six out of the top ten wage earners were in the healthcare industry. Miami-Dade County's Wages at a Glance deals with the wages for a variety of occupations within the Miami-Dade area.

  • 2007: Income Inequality

  • 2007: Poverty

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