The video provides an overview of the OntheMap employment dynamics tool, which can be used to analyze the location and size of job markets. The video also explains how to use selection buffers to limit the analysis to certain areas.
00:00:00 The presenter introduces herself and shares information about the Census Academy program, which includes free training for businesses.
00:05:00 The presenter reviews the technical information behind OntheMap, which includes data on workers, where they live, what jobs they hold, and other characteristics. Afterwards, they go through the features and analysis available in OntheMap. Finally, they discuss how to use OntheMap to answer questions and analyze data.
00:10:00 OntheMap is a software program that allows users to view data on employment, employer characteristics, worker characteristics, and job turnover. The program is based on data from the Census Bureau's Longitudinal Employer Household Dynamics program, which collects data from states on employer and worker characteristics.
00:15:00 OnTheMap is a tool that provides GIS-based access to data on workers, industry, and unemployment insurance within a selected area. The system allows users to access data at the block level, making it easy to create a selection area.
00:20:00 OntheMap is a website that provides industry-level information on the North American Industry Classification System. The website allows users to search for data on jobs and the labor force by geography.
00:25:00 This video explains how to use the Area Profile feature of OntheMap to analyze data for a given area. Area Profile allows users to view labor force data for a given area over time and compare it to changes over time.
00:30:00 The Road to Employment Dynamics provides detailed analyses of job markets and worker demographics. You can explore the reports and settings by clicking on the "Report a Map" button or by accessing the "Analysis" tab on the right.
00:35:00 This YouTube video explains how the OnTheMap employment dynamics tool can be used to analyze where jobs are located in a given area. The tool can also be used to compare different segments of workers' characteristics.
00:40:00 The Road to Employment Dynamics: OnTheMap video provides an overview of the employment dynamics of Miami, focusing on the inflow and outflow of people based on jobs in the city. The video also shows how to perform an analysis of area using the inflow and outflow of people.
00:45:00 The Road to Employment Dynamics: OnTheMap video provides an overview of the employment dynamics tool, which can be used to analyze the location and size of job markets. The video also explains how to use selection buffers to limit the analysis to certain areas.
00:50:00 The video explains how to use the Census Bureau's AskData tool to analyze data from the block level. The tool is customizable and can be used to analyze data from all areas, not just those bound by city boundaries or zip codes.
00:55:00 Heath from OntheMap provides a presentation on the road to employment dynamics. The email address to send feedback about the presentation is firstname.lastname@example.org. The next webinar in the series is called "Your Community by the Numbers, Race and Ethnicity," and it will be held on Thursday, March 22nd at 2:00 Eastern Standard Time.