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Data SnapShot Report Booklet

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This booklet describes the Purdue Center for Regional Development's Data SnapShot Reports.

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Data SnapShot Report Booklet

  1. 1. Data SnapShot Reports Examining Demographic and Economic Trends
  2. 2. The basics 01 Table of contents National trends 02 A closer look 03 Contact us 04
  3. 3. What is a Data SnapShot Report? Why is a Data SnapShot Report useful? Who uses a Data SnapShot Report? the basics
  4. 4. 4 What is a PCRD Data SnapShot Report? A Purdue Center for Regional Development (PCRD) Data SnapShot Report helps you understand how large scale demographic and economic trends—the shifts that are taking place in our national economy—impact your county. The basics section 01 Labor MarketDemography CommutingEconomy The report provides a profile of your county’s population and economy in simple, easy to read graphics. Data SnapShot Reports include information on the following subjects:
  5. 5. 5 Why is a Data SnapShot Report useful? It is not uncommon for local leaders to be inundated with a variety of data that exist for their county. A Data SnapShot Report highlights the most critical data for your county and helps the leadership in your county get on the same page. It provides a common foundation of understanding. In this way, Data SnapShot Reports help set the stage for local leaders to plan for and respond to important demographic, social and economic shifts occurring in their county. The basics section 01
  6. 6. 6 Who uses a Data SnapShot Report? Anyone who is interested in the future of your county can gain valuable insights by reviewing a Data SnapShot Report. Elected officials The basics section 01 Economic and workforce development practitioners Nonprofit organizations and community foundation leaders Local business Educational institutions
  7. 7. National trends to consider Aging population Population growth Population diversity Urban sprawl Non-metropolitan counties Manufacturing Middle skill jobs national trends
  8. 8. 8 Some national trends to consider Your county will experience growth or decline based, in part, on national trends. Any county faces a challenge of building a prosperous future within these national trends. The Data SnapShot Report provides you a new pair of glasses to see how these trends are playing out in your own county. The following section highlights some of the national trends that might be evident in your own county Data SnapShot Report. National trends section 02
  9. 9. 9 Our population is aging The proportion of our population that is elderly (65 years or older) will increase significantly. The percentage of elderly Americans that is elderly will increase from 12 percent of the total population in 2000 to 21 percent in 2050. National trends section 02
  10. 10. 10 We will add 100 million people by 2050 Our national population will grow 42 percent between 2010 and 2050. We will add about 130 million new people. The majority of our population growth (over 80 percent) will come from immigrants and their descendants. National trends section 02
  11. 11. 11 Our population will grow increasingly racially, ethnically and culturally diverse By 2050, the proportion of our population that is Asian will double from 4 percent to 8 percent. National trends section 02 Asian +4% Hispanic +12% Black +2% White -9% The Hispanic population will also double from 12 percent to 24 percent. The African American population will increase from 13 percent to 15 percent. By 2050, the White population will decline from 81 percent to 72 percent of the total population.
  12. 12. 12 Urban sprawl will continue and we will see the growth of mega-regions Over the last few decades, our metropolitan regions have sprawled outward, and this trend will likely continue. As the population continues to concentrate in mega-regions and coastal areas, once-significant industrial cities will continue to shrink. National trends section 02
  13. 13. 13 Growth in non-metro regions will be uneven Nearly 15 percent of the U.S. population (about 46 million in 2013) live in non-metropolitan counties. While over 1,200 non-metro counties have lost population since 2010, over 700 non- metropolitan counties have gained population. National trends section 02 700 non-metropolitan counties have gained population 1,200 non-metropolitan counties have lost population Since 2010…
  14. 14. 14 Manufacturing in the U.S. is going through a resurgence Major advances are taking place in energy, robotics, materials and applied information technology. Growing productivity in the manufacturing sector translates into higher incomes. In 2013, the average manufacturing worker earned over $77,000. National trends section 02 After decades of decline, the prospects of manufacturing in the United States have begun to turn around.
  15. 15. 15 The growth of middle-skill jobs Significant job growth is taking place in middle-skill jobs. These are positions that require more than a high school education but less than a four-year college degree. Middle-skill jobs represent the largest share of jobs in Indiana, about 55 percent of the total employment. National trends section 02
  16. 16. How the Data Snapshot report accelerates your strategy a closer look
  17. 17. 17 How a Data SnapShot Report can accelerate your strategy A Data SnapShot Report sets the stage for deeper conversations about how your county can prosper in the decades ahead. Basic, practical understandings of your population and economy can move your conversations to a new level. Rather than getting lost in the sea of statistics or, worse yet, opinions not grounded in reality, Data SnapShot Reports point you towards promising pathways. A closer look section 03 Economic development takes place when leaders come together to collaborate on an investment strategy. A Data SnapShot Report makes the formation of these collaborations easier. Equally important, a Data SnapShot Report will help your county develop a new narrative about its future. To keep and attract young people to your county, your leadership needs to tell a coherent story about your county’s future. A Data SnapShot Report serves as a practical place to begin.
  18. 18. For more information contact us
  19. 19. 19 For more information If you would like more information on a Data SnapShot Report for your county, please contact us. Contact us section 04 Purdue Extension Financial support for Data SnapShot Reports is provided, in part, by Purdue Extension. www.extension.purdue.edu Bo Beaulieu Director of the Purdue Center for Regional Development and Assistant Director of the Extension Community Development ljb@purdue.edu Purdue Center for Regional Development (PCRD) PCRD creates Data SnapShot Reports for Indiana counties. www.pcrd.purdue.edu
  20. 20. For more information, please contact Bo Beaulieu at ljb@purdue.edu 765-494-7273 The Purdue Center for Regional Development (PCRD) seeks to pioneer new ideas and strategies that contribute to regional collaboration, innovation and prosperity.

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