In 2008, PEW Research published a study investigating the reasons people either remain in or move away from their hometown. The study found that—among characteristics measured such as gender, age, race, and family income—the largest difference between those who moved and those who stayed centered around educational attainment. Among the people surveyed, 77% of the college graduates had moved at least once, compared to only 56% of those without college degrees.
With the JobsEQ RTI data set, one can easily stay up-to-date with which certifications are being requested most by employers in their job ads. The below graphic shows the top four IT certifications for the thirty days ending September 15, 2017; the counts indicate how often these certifications were mentioned by U.S. employers in online ads for computer occupations.
In Eagle County, Colorado, 80% of the civilian population 16 or older were either working or looking for work in 2015. In Sumpter County, Florida, that figure was below 25%.
In addition to breweries and wineries, other food and beverage manufacturing industries also number among those with the most job growth during the last decade. Within this time frame, retail bakeries and perishable prepared food manufacturing expanded by 21,074 and 17,884 jobs, respectively. Meat processed from carcasses grew by 11,213 jobs. Other snack food manufacturing, coffee and tea manufacturing, and cheese manufacturing each expanded by between 8,000 and 9,000 jobs over the last ten years.
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