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Labor & Public Employees Committee


Map Title: Female vs. Male Pay, 2012
Interactive: No
Printable: Yes
Description: The Washington Post constructed a map from data in a report from the American Association of University Women about the pay inequality between and women (the report used data from the Census Bureau collected in 2012). Connecticut ranks 24th best in gender pay equity with women earning 78% of what men do. Compare this map to the one below using 2010 data.

Map Title: Change in State and Local Government Employment, Nov. 2012 vs. August 2008
Interactive: No
Printable: Yes
Description: Stateline, part of Pew Charitable Trusts, produced a map showing the change in the number of state and local government employees over the four years from August 2008 to November 2012.

Map Title: Long-Term Unemployed by State - January 2014
Interactive: No
Printable: Yes
Description: National Public Radio, using data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, have a map that shows what percentage of the unemployed in each state fall into the category of long-term unemployed - those who have been looking for work for 27 weeks or longer.

Map Title: Female Wages per $100 of Male Wages, 2010
Interactive: Yes
Printable: Yes
Description: Calvin Metcalf, a computer programmer, used 2010 Census Data to plot what women make on average as a percentage of what men make for each county in the US.

Map Title: Salaries of Public and Private Employees, 2007-2012
Interactive: Yes
Printable: Yes
Description: Pew Charitable Trusts has an interactive map showing the average salaries for public and private employees in each state.

Map Title: Minimum Wage Laws in the States, 2013
Interactive: Yes
Printable: Yes
Description: The federal Department of Labor has a map showing the minimum wage for each state.

Map Title: Median Household Income by State, 2010
Interactive: No
Printable: Yes
Description: NPR compiled Census data to show the median household income of each state.

Map Title: Unemployment by New England State, Feb 2012 vs. Feb 2011
Interactive: No
Printable: Yes
Description: The Federal Reserve Bank in Boston issued its quarterly report, New England Economic Indicators and it is full of easy to digest and absorb graphs about the economy in New England by state and as it compares to the national economy.

Map Title: Unemployment by County, December 2011
Interactive: Yes
Printable: Yes
Description: NPR provides a county-level look at the unemployment rate. You can choose to look at just the highest- or lowest-income counties.

Map Title: Improper Unemployment Insurance Payments by State
Interactive: Yes
Printable: Yes
Description: A state-by-state comparison of the rate at which states are making improper unemploment insurance over the last three years.

Map Title: Gender-Based Wage Gap
Interactive: No
Printable: Yes
Description: A state-by-state comparison between what women workers earn and what men earn.

Map Title: Unemployment Rate Nationwide by County, 12 month average
Interactive: No
Printable: Yes
Description: From the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Map Title: Unemployment Rates for Metropolitan Areas Nationwide
Interactive: No
Printable: Yes
Description: Shows whether metropolitan areas are above or below the national unemployment rate.
Map Title: Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages
Interactive: Yes
Printable: Yes
Description: A highly customizable map.
 
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