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  • Los Inmigrantes locales prosperan; la mayoría son residentes legales

    [Excerpt] Un nuevo reporte aporta datos poco conocidos sobre los inmigrantes de New Haven: ellos tienen más probabilidad de estar empleados que los ciudadanos nacidos aquí; un amplio número de procedencia asiática ha ido en aumento y sólo un pequeño porcentaje está indocumentado.

    Jan. 26, 2015

    All DataHaven Programs, Demographics

  • Immigrants Make New Haven Connecticuts Fastest-Growing City

    [Excerpt] A new report shows an influx of immigrants to New Haven since 2000 has made it the fastest growing city in Connecticut.

    Jan. 21, 2015

    Demographics

  • Local Immigrants Thrive; Majority Here Legally

    [Excerpt] A new report shares little-known facts about New Haven’s immigrants: They are more likely than native-born citizens to be employed; an increasingly large number come from Asia; and only a small percentage is undocumented.

    Jan. 21, 2015

    All DataHaven Programs, Demographics

  • MetroTrends

    MetroTrends, at MetroTrends.org, is the Urban Institute's report card on metropolitan America. The site provides up-to-date indicators of social and economic conditions and trends in metro areas nationwide, along with commentary on what they mean for workers, families, businesses, and neighborhoods.

    Jan. 10, 2015

    Demographics, Economy

  • Understanding the Impact of Immigration in Greater New Haven

    Commissioned by The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven, DataHaven analyzed the recent demographic, social, and economic impact of immigration in the region.  Click the link below to view the main report page.

    Jan. 1, 2015

    All DataHaven Programs, Civic Vitality, Demographics, Economy

  • How Transportation Problems Keep People Out of the Workforce in Greater New Haven

    Commissioned by the South Central Regional Council of Governments, the region’s branch of the NAACP and the Workforce Alliance, DataHaven analyzed how transportation — or lack thereof — keeps people out of the workforce in Greater New Haven. Most entry and mid-level jobs are located outside of downtown New Haven, while the majority of low-income adults live in the city. This spatial mismatch between supply and demand for regional jobs makes access to transportation a crucial issue to regional economic opportunities.

    Dec. 31, 2014

    All DataHaven Programs, Demographics, Economy

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