Geography of Jobs
Geography of Recovery
Disaggregating US Job Postings
For this analysis, TIP focuses on national job postings activity from March 2022 to March 2023. Users can examine the top 15 in-demand positions in the US by occupation, job title, employer, and location.
Adding Depth to Rankings
TIP’s data analytics team has developed a tool to make state rankings more useful by adding a simple dispersion factor to the visualization.
Tracking Air Freight
Data from the US Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS) can be used to map air freight trends. This is an example of air freight traffic passing through Anchorage, Alaska.
Comparing Housing Costs
An index developed by Texas A&M University’s Real Estate Center can be applied to housing markets across the US. This is an example using selected US metropolitan markets.
Measuring Climate Risk
Data from the US Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) can be used to assess potential financial losses, social vulnerability, and community resilience. This is an example from coastal Mississippi.