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NYC OASIS: the Open Accessible Space Information System

January 1, 2010

The OASIS website provides the richest source of community maps for New York City -- free and all in one place online. OASIS is guided by a collaborative partnership of almost 60 greening groups, educators, individuals, businesses, nonprofits, and public agencies who use online mapping technology to help sustain the city's open spaces and visualize the nexus between community greening and broader urban planning issues.

Employment in New York City Colleges and Universities: Industry Profile

May 9, 2009

One of nine profiles intended to help workforce development professionals gain a better understanding of employment prospects in New York City's industry groups. Information includes jobs and wages, occupational opportunities, employment performance during previous recessions, and characteristics of the current workforce.

Employment in New York City Urban Transit: Industry Group Profile

May 9, 2009

One of nine industry group profiles designed to help workforce development professionals in New York City better understand employment prospects. Included in this report are job and wage trends, occupational opportunities for individuals without a college degree, employment performance during previous recessions, and characteristics of the current workforce in this industry group.

Employment in New York City Restaurants: Industry Group Profile

May 9, 2009

One of nine profiles intended to help workforce development professionals gain a better understanding of employment prospects in New York City's industry groups. Information includes job and wage trends, occupational opportunities, employment performance during previous recessions, and characteristics of the current workforce.

Employment in New York City Publishing: Industry Group Profile

May 9, 2009

One of nine industry group profiles designed to help workforce development professionals in New York City better understand employment prospects. Included in this report are job and wage trends, occupational opportunities for individuals without a college degree, employment performance during previous recessions, and characteristics of the current workforce in this industry group.

Employment in New York City Grocery Stores: Industry Group Profile

May 9, 2009

One of nine industry group profiles designed to help workforce development professionals in New York City better understand employment prospects. Included in this report are job and wage trends, occupational opportunities for individuals without a college degree, employment performance during previous recessions, and characteristics of the current workforce in this industry group.

Employment in New York City Home Health Care: Industry Profile

May 9, 2009

One of nine profiles intended to assist workforce development professionals gain a better understanding of employment prospects in New York City's industry groups. Information includes job and wage trends, occupational opportunities, employment performance during previous recessions, and characteristics of the current workforce.

Employment in New York City Individual and Family Services: Industry Group Profile

May 9, 2009

One of nine profiles intended to help workforce development professionals gain a better understanding of employment prospects in New York City's industry groups. Information includes job and wage trends, occupational opportunities, employment performance during previous recessions, and characteristics of the current workforce.

Employment in New York City Investigation and Security Services: Industry Profile

May 9, 2009

One of nine profiles intended to assist workforce development professionals gain a better understanding of employment prospects in New York City's industry groups. Information includes job and wage trends, occupational opportunities, employment performance during previous recessions, and characteristics of the current workforce.

Employment in New York City Legal Services: Industry Group Profile

May 9, 2009

One of nine profiles intended to help workforce development professionals better understand employment prospects in New York City industry groups. Information includes job and wage trends, occupational opportunities for people without a college degree, employment performance during previous recessions, and characteristics of the current workforce.

Gauging Employment Prospects in New York City, 2009

February 2, 2009

Gauging Employment Prospects in New York City, 2009 (February 2009) is a systematic assessment of New York City's labor market intended for use by the policymakers and providers of the city's workforce development system. In the report, the NYCLMIS examines the largest employment industries according to five criteria relevant to placing jobseekers -- employment trends, wage level trends, access for people with less than a four-year college degree, performance during previous recessions, and exposure to the financial services industries. Findings are presented for each set of assessment measures, and then in combination, to highlight the strengths and weaknesses of key industry groups. While there are no promising sectors in a severe recession, the report identifies home health care, individual and family services, colleges and universities, doctor's offices, and grocery stores as the most all-around resilient industry groups in the short-term.

Mapping Long Island

December 10, 2008

The Long Island Index interactive map combines a rich amount of information coupled with easy-to-use tools so you can visualize relationships across several types of data at local and regional scales. It supplements and enhances the work of the Long Island Index to develop and monitor regional community indicators.