Virginia Employment Commission
50%       40%       30%       20%       10%        0%               1990   2000   2010   2011Chesterfield   18%    22%    ...
Henrico County isthe region’slargest employer.                    200000Between 1990and 2011, the                         ...
High Wage: $60,000   +ManufacturingInformationFinance & InsuranceProfessional & Technical                               90...
   Market rent for 2-bedroom apartment = $878   At 30% of income, income necessary to rent =    $35,120   Number of ful...
Of the 2,136 square                       New Kent,miles encompassed by                                    Chesterfield,  ...
The Mayor’s Anti-Poverty Commission Report
   Expand Existing Workforce Pipeline    Program   Recruiting Employers as Clients   Public Housing Redevelopment   Pr...
60.3%70.0%60.0%50.0%                            39.1%40.0%       27.6%                       21.3%30.0%20.0%10.0%0.0%     ...
   Surveyed nation’s 100 largest metropolitan areas    for access to jobs by transit within ¾ mile of    residence, ¾ mil...
   Construction   Manufacturing   Wholesale Trade   Retail   Transportation and Warehousing
   Finance and                Educational Services    Insurance                               Health Care   Real Estat...
   Route 250 - Broad Street   Route 360 - Hull Street   Route 60 - Midlothian   Route 1 - Jeff DavisEvaluated area wit...
Route 250    33,239Route 360    28,091Route 60     42,685Route 1      23,968  TOTAL     127,983
   Bank On Program   Targeted Program to Reach Disconnected    Youth   Promote Financial Literacy and Virginia    IDA P...
   Re-assess Existing City Employment    Practices   Expand Car Ownership/Leasing    Programs   Develop Comprehensive C...
   Advocate for Full and Effective    Implementation of the Affordable Care Act in    Virginia     Medicaid Expansion  ...
Unpacking the 2010 Census (2013 Updated Version) - Part 3
Unpacking the 2010 Census (2013 Updated Version) - Part 3
Unpacking the 2010 Census (2013 Updated Version) - Part 3
Unpacking the 2010 Census (2013 Updated Version) - Part 3
Unpacking the 2010 Census (2013 Updated Version) - Part 3
Unpacking the 2010 Census (2013 Updated Version) - Part 3
Unpacking the 2010 Census (2013 Updated Version) - Part 3
Unpacking the 2010 Census (2013 Updated Version) - Part 3
Unpacking the 2010 Census (2013 Updated Version) - Part 3
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"Unpacking the 2010 Census: The New Realities of Race, Class, and Jurisdiction" is co-sponsored by Hope in the Cities and the Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities. The program examines the dramatically changing landscape of human need and what we must do collectively to address the plight of our neighbors and to build a just and inclusive community in metropolitan Richmond, Virginia. This presentation was conceived, researched and designed by Dr. John V. Moeser, Senior Fellow at the Bonner Center for Civic Engagement at the University of Richmond. Part 3 of the "Unpacking the 2010 Census" presentation explores interventions for and implications of the data in metropolitan Richmond, along with an overview of the Anti-Poverty Commission's recommendations.

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  • Unpacking the 2010 Census (2013 Updated Version) - Part 3

    1. 1. Virginia Employment Commission
    2. 2. 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% 1990 2000 2010 2011Chesterfield 18% 22% 23% 23%Hanover 6% 8% 9% 9%Henrico 28% 33% 34% 34%Richmond 45% 34% 30% 30%Goochland 1% 1% 2% 2%Powhatan 1% 1% 1% 1%Charles City 0% 0% 0% 0%New Kent 0% 1% 1% 1%
    3. 3. Henrico County isthe region’slargest employer. 200000Between 1990and 2011, the Chesterfieldregion gained 150000 Hanover82,798 jobs. The HenricoCity lost over41, 385 jobs 100000 Richmond GoochlandBetween 2010 50000 Powhatanand 2011, theregion gained Charles City5307 jobs. The 0 New KentCity gained 1990 2000 2010 20111,380 jobs,26% of totalregional jobs.
    4. 4. High Wage: $60,000 +ManufacturingInformationFinance & InsuranceProfessional & Technical 90,000.00 Services 80,000.00Middle : $35,001-59,999 70,000.00UtilitiesConstruction 60,000.00Wholesale Trade 50,000.00Transportation & WarehousingReal Estate & Rental Leasing 40,000.00Mgt of CompaniesEducational Service 30,000.00Health & Social ServicesPublic Administration 20,000.00 10,000.00Low: $35,000 & BelowRetail Trade 0.00Admin. & Waste Services 1990 2000 2008 2010 2011Arts, Entertainment, & RecreationAccommodation & Food ServicesOther Services, Ex. Pub Administration
    5. 5.  Market rent for 2-bedroom apartment = $878 At 30% of income, income necessary to rent = $35,120 Number of full time minimum wage jobs needed for 2-bedroom apartment = 2.3 30% of all state employees in Virginia earn less than $35,000 Hourly wage needed for 2-bedroom apt. = $16.88 Average wage for renters in Richmond = $14.53 Federal minimum wage = $7.25
    6. 6. Of the 2,136 square New Kent,miles encompassed by Chesterfield, Charles 10.00%the eight localities- 20.00% City, 8.00%Chesterfield= 434 sm.Hanover= 468 sm. Powhatan,Henrico= 238 sm. 12.00%Richmond= 60 sm.Goochland= 281 sm.Powhatan= 261 sm.Charles City=181 sm. Goochland,New Kent=213 sm. 13.00% Richmond, Hanover, 22% Henrico, 3.00% 11.00%
    7. 7. The Mayor’s Anti-Poverty Commission Report
    8. 8.  Expand Existing Workforce Pipeline Program Recruiting Employers as Clients Public Housing Redevelopment Pre-K Educational Pipeline  Early Childhood Investments  Richmond Promise Scholarships  Greater Vocational Training
    9. 9. 60.3%70.0%60.0%50.0% 39.1%40.0% 27.6% 21.3%30.0%20.0%10.0%0.0% Chesterfield Hanover Henrico Richmond
    10. 10.  Surveyed nation’s 100 largest metropolitan areas for access to jobs by transit within ¾ mile of residence, ¾ mile of job, trip no longer than 90 minutes  Metropolitan Richmond ranks 92nd in access to jobs by transit.  Only 25% of metropolitan Richmonders have transit access to jobs within 90 minutes  In the City of Richmond, 100% of working age residents can access transit within ¾ mile of residence. Richmond ranks 1 among 100 metropolitan cities  Just the opposite in Richmond’s suburbs .  As a whole, metro Richmond ranks 95th in access to transit 26% of metropolitan jobs accessible by transit
    11. 11.  Construction Manufacturing Wholesale Trade Retail Transportation and Warehousing
    12. 12.  Finance and  Educational Services Insurance  Health Care Real Estate and Leasing  Arts and Entertainment Professional Services  Public Management Administration Administrative
    13. 13.  Route 250 - Broad Street Route 360 - Hull Street Route 60 - Midlothian Route 1 - Jeff DavisEvaluated area within ¼ mile both sides of corridors
    14. 14. Route 250 33,239Route 360 28,091Route 60 42,685Route 1 23,968 TOTAL 127,983
    15. 15.  Bank On Program Targeted Program to Reach Disconnected Youth Promote Financial Literacy and Virginia IDA Program Invest in Community Navigators Aggressively Promote Alternatives to Incarceration Adopt Living Wage Ordinance
    16. 16.  Re-assess Existing City Employment Practices Expand Car Ownership/Leasing Programs Develop Comprehensive Citywide Housing Plan Create One-Stop Business Service Center Create One-Stop Accessible Employment Services for Unemployed
    17. 17.  Advocate for Full and Effective Implementation of the Affordable Care Act in Virginia  Medicaid Expansion Advocate for Revisions to Eligibility Rules in Virginia for Unemployment Insurance and SNAP Advocate for Making State Earned Income Credit Refundable Increases in TANF Benefit Size Reform of Statewide Local Composite Index

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