Posts Tagged ‘Employment’

BMA Life Outcomes Dashboard

This dashboard is a central location to obtain indicators that track opportunity for Black males in the U.S.—nationally and in select cities. View the tool >

Best for: Assessing how Black males fare nationally and locally

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Kaiser Family Foundation: African American Men Survey

Kaiser Family Foundation, The Washington Post, and Harvard University conducted a telephone survey looking at how African-American men viewed their lives in the U.S. and their outlook for the future. Their views and experiences were compared with those of African-American women and white men and women. View the tool >

Best for: Comprehensive survey instrument across various issue areas

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My Brother’s Keeper: Data Dashboard

The federal government, through the My Brother’s Keeper initiative, compiled downloadable tables on a variety of national indicators of life outcomes for boys and young men of color and their peers. View the tool >

Best for: National statistics providing a snapshot of well-being across several domains, including economic opportunity, education, health, nutrition, and poverty

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U.S. Census Bureau: American FactFinder

American FactFinder is an online tool to search data from the Census Bureau’s censuses and surveys. Some data are disaggregated by race/ethnicity and sex and are searchable by state, county, and metropolitan area. View the tool >

Best for: Wide variety of data points, and comparisons with other demographic groups and geographic areas

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U.S. Department of Labor: Geographic Profile of Employment and Unemployment

The U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics produces the Geographic Profile of Employment and Unemployment, providing annual average data on employment status by state and metropolitan area, disaggregated by race/ethnicity and sex. Pdf format only. View the tool >

Best for: Comparisons with other demographic groups on employment statistics, by state and major metropolitan area

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University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee: Race and Male Employment

From the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Center for Economic Development, Dr. Mark V. Levine’s working paper, Race and Male Employment in the Great Recession: Black Male Employment Rates in Milwaukee and the Nation’s Largest Metro Areas, 2010, examines employment rates in 40 metropolitan areas for racial disparities and trends. View the tool >

Best for: Identifying disparities and trends in Black male employment in the largest metropolitan areas

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