Demographic and Employment Overview of the Hispanic Population in Cincy Metro Area
Demographic and Employment Overview of the Hispanic Population in the Cincinnati Metropolitan Statistical Area Study prepared by the UC Economics Center Research and Consulting
On behalf of the Hispanic Chamber Cincinnati USA, the UC Economics Center Research and Consulting have prepared a report that provides a demographic and employment overview for the Cincinnati Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) in 2010, 2015, and 2020.
The report compares between 2010 and 2020, the Hispanic population in the Cincinnati MSA experienced a higher population growth rate, higher median household income, a larger share of the population with a bachelor’s degree or higher, higher labor force participation rates, lower unemployment rates, and higher job growth rates compared to the Hispanic populations in the State of Ohio and the United States.
This analysis includes data from the US Census Bureau and Emsi Burning Glass, propriety, a third-party provider of labor market data. Decennial Census data were not available for all demographic and employment characteristics analyzed. Therefore, Census data included in this report reflect data from the American Community Survey, which collects data on items not included in the Decennial Census, such as education and employment.
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