November 18th, 2015

Resources from the Women’s Fund Fall Gathering “Issues and Experiences: Women and Poverty”

CaRDI (Community and Regional Development Institute) Demographic Data on Women and Poverty

What are some of the impacts of these broader sociodemographic trends on women and children?

What are the advantages of using more macro-level community data to paint a picture of community well-being? What are the limitations?

What kinds of data and information do you need to gain a more complete understanding of the status of women, and the opportunities and challenges they face?

PAD – Cornell Program on Applied Demographics

Headwaters Economics

Additional Resources

Home Mortgage Disclosure Act Data

Postal Service Vacancy Data

Housing Assistance Council, Rural Data Portal

American FactFinder 

Net Migration Rates for U.S. Counties

New York State Department of Labor Statistics

USDA – Economic Research Center

NYS Department of Health- Health Statistics

Comparison data on purchasing power, business activity, and workforce density for all residential ZIP codes and the 100 largest metro areas in the U.S.

NY State Office of the Aging