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  • Mining is not captured in this bubble chart. The annual average earnings are near 179,000. Adding it in would make the chart harder to read

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  • 1. 03.19.13Prepared by: Manuel Pastor, Jennifer Ito, Jared P.Sanchez, Madeline Wander, and Anthony PerezGETTING TO WHERE YOU WANT TO GO:DEMOGRAPHY, ECONOMY, AND THEREGION
  • 2. RICHMOND
  • 3. Changing Demographics
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  • 8. Immigrant Integration
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  • 16. Geography of Change
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  • 33. Generational Trends
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  • 42. From Regional Inequity to Regional Equity
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  • 46. Health Equity Indicators
  • 47. RICHMOND BHCSource: California Health Interview Survey. CHIS 2009 BHC Health Profile. Los Angeles, CA: UCLA Center for Health Policy Research, 2011.• 26% of adults areuninsured versus 17% inContra Costa County &22% in CA• 52% of adults are insuredby private coverage /employer versus 73%* inContra Costa County &61% in CA• 3% of children areuninsured versus 1% inContra Costa County & 5%in CA* Denotes statistically significant difference from BHC site estimate.Prepared by USC PERE | March 19, 2013 | 47
  • 48. Regional Economic Trends
  • 49. Prepared by USC PERE | March 19, 2013 | 4954%66%52%43%65% 67%88%32%38%54%15%24%8%9%12%12%3%9%7%10%30%10%39%48%23% 21%9%59% 55%36%0%10%20%30%40%50%60%70%80%90%100%Contra Costa County & Richmond BHC SiteEducational Requirements for New Jobs in the Region &Educational Attainment by Race/EthnicityPopulation 25+(2008-2010)Less than an Associates Degree Associates degree and/or occupational program Bachelors degree or higherEducationalRequirements(Projected, 2008-2018)Educational Attainment(2008-10)
  • 50. OCCUPATIONS AND INDUSTRIES – CONTRA COSTA COUNTYGrowth in Jobs and Earnings by Wage Level, 1990-2010Prepared by USC PERE | March 19, 2013 | 50
  • 51. IndustryAverageAnnualEarningsin 1990($2010)WageCategoryShare ofJobs,1990Share ofJobs,2010Mining $108,846Utilities $82,559Information $70,007Manufacturing $62,028Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services $59,465Management of Companies and Enterprises $56,764Wholesale Trade $56,527Construction $55,580Finance and Insurance $51,803Transportation and Warehousing $46,078Health Care and Social Assistance $43,908Real Estate and Rental and Leasing $43,325Administrative and Support and Waste Management and Remediation Services$32,035Retail Trade $31,402Education Services $27,500Other Services (except Public Administration) $27,254Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting $25,111Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation $19,215Accommodation and Food Services $15,291Low 22% 26%High 22% 23%Medium 55% 51%OCCUPATIONS AND INDUSTRIES – CONTRA COSTA COUNTYPrepared by USC PERE | March 19, 2013 | 51
  • 52. EMPLOYMENT GROWTH – CONTRA COSTA COUNTYIndustry Size, Pay, and Growth(Bubble size represents total employment in 2010)Prepared by USC PERE | March 19, 2013 | 52