This section provides an overview of the employment situation by and among congressional districts in 2009, 2010 and change 2009-2010.
Among all congressional districts,
the unemployment rate ranged from 3.8% (ND00) to 25.9% (MI13) in 2009,
compared to 3.9% (ND00) to 27.5% (MI14) in 2010.
unemployment rate change, 2009 to 2010, ranged from an increase of 4% (MI14) to a decrease of 2.8% (IN03).
total employment, 2009 to 2010, ranged from a decrease of 71,698 (GA05) to an increase of 30,406 (NC03).
The interactive ranking table presented below shows measures of selected labor force characteristics for 2009 and 2010 by congressional district. These data are based on estimates from the American Community Survey 2009 and 2010 1-year estimates. The 2010 data were released in September 2011 and will be updated with 2011 data in September 2012. Use the ranking table to rank/compare attributes (see list below ranking table) of interest.
Congressional District Employment Situation: 2009-2010 -- Interactive Ranking Table
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Column header descriptions:
Pop16+09 -- Population 16 years+ 2009
LF09 -- Labor Force 2009
CLF09 -- Civilian Labor Force 2009
Emp09 -- Employed 2009
UnEmp09 -- Unemployed 2009
Mil09 -- Armed Services 2009
NILF09 -- Not in Labor Force 2009
UERate09 -- Unemployment Rate 2009
Pop16+10-- Population 16 years+ 2010
LF10 -- Labor Force 2010
CLF10 -- Civilian Labor Force 2010
Emp10 -- Employed 2010
UnEmp10 -- Unemployed 2010
Mil10 -- Armed Services 2010
NILF10 -- Not in Labor Force 2010
UERate10 -- Unemployment Rate 2010
Change 2009-2010 Attributes
Chg UR 09-10 -- Unemployment Rate Change 2009-2010
Chg Emp 09-10 -- Employment Change 2009-2010
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