7,317 Permits for Multifamily Units
were pulled through July 2022 in Tennessee. Filings for new units are off 37 percent compared to last year when more than 11,500 new dwellings were on record by this point in 2021, according to the Building Permit Survey. Davidson County’s 62 percent decrease led the decline but was offset by slight accelerations in Montgomery, Wilson, Knox and Sumner counties.
$2,000 Annual Earnings Increase
was associated with workers obtaining an industry-certified manufacturing credential. The increase, measured over counterparts without similar training, was published in a new Census Bureau paper. The study linked records from post-secondary enrollment, IRS wage data and other census data, and also noted a higher likelihood of labor market participation post-certification.
Center of Population of U.S. States and Counties
This interactive application shows the mean center of population for each state and county in the U.S. in 2000, 2010 and 2020. The application visualizes the degree of population shift each decade using lines that connect the center to its prior location.
Unemployment Insurance Claims for Tennessee, Regions and Counties
COVID-19 related layoffs sent unemployment claims to record levels in April, 2020. This dashboard provides detailed tracking of the claims filed for each county and region for March 2020 – July 2021.
2013 and 2018 Core-based Statistical Area Comparison
In 2020, statistical agencies will begin using new metropolitan and micropolitan area boundaries. This app lets you compare the old new boundaries.