PolicyMap Newsletter: Job Growth – It Comes Down to Working Women


Digging Deeper: The Geography of Working Women

On Friday, the Bureau of Labor Statistics released a much-anticipated jobs report, noting that employment in the United States rose by only 266,000 jobs in April. While debate rages about whether additional unemployment benefits have disincentivized a return to work, many agree that circumstances facing women played a major role. A look at the geography of working women and April unemployment rates sheds light on the crucial role women play in bringing the nation back to pre-pandemic employment levels and the need for public policy that supports them.

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Vaccine Brands Administered by State

PolicyMap recently added data that shows the percentage of people fully vaccinated by each brand of vaccine and the number of vaccines delivered and administered by state.

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A Rolling List of New and Updated Data in PolicyMap Is Now Available

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PolicyMap and the Center for Research Libraries announced an agreement to bring PolicyMap to a growing number of researchers. “CRL received significant interest from members for PolicyMap’s robust datasets on housing, transportation, and other policy data layered into geographic information systems (GIS).” Francis Alba, Project Coordinator for Licensing at CRL. Read more.