Rural America at a Glance: 2023 Edition
Provides an overview of social and economic factors affecting rural America, with a focus on population migration, poverty, housing insecurity, and employment. Includes metro and nonmetro comparisons.
Date: 11/2023 Type: Document Sponsoring organization: USDA Economic Research Service view details
The Equity of Economic Opportunity in Rural America
Offers an overview of employment trends in rural America. Highlights the impact of technology and historical policy decisions on equity. Includes information for rural and urban comparisons as well as race and ethnicity, population movement, and broadband infrastructure data. Discusses policy solutions for improving equity in and for rural places.
Date: 10/2023 Type: Document Sponsoring organization: Center on Rural Innovation view details
Rural New York: Challenges and Opportunities
Provides comparative data for the 10 rural counties in New York. Discusses issues such as transportation, aging and overall declining population, shrinking labor force, and lack of access to adequate housing, food, healthcare, and broadband.
Author(s): Thomas P. DiNapoli Date: 09/2023 Type: Document Sponsoring organization: Office of the New York State Comptroller view details
Youth Disconnection in The Rapides Foundation Service Area, 2023
Reporting analyzing young people between 16 and 24 that do not work or go to school, or "disconnected youth," in 8 Louisiana parishes. Offers statewide and national comparisons and considers regional disparities. Discusses the role of rurality, education, and gender in disconnection, among other indicators. Includes parish-level data.
Date: 08/2023 Type: Document Sponsoring organizations: Measure of America, The Rapides Foundation view details
Sociodemographic Differences in COVID-19 Pandemic Experiences Among Families in the United States
Examines challenges experienced by individuals during the COVID-19 pandemic according to sociodemographic differences. Analyzes survey data focused on children and caregivers and their experiences with infection and testing, healthcare, school, access to food, child care and work, financial concerns, and more. Data is broken down by demographic variables such as caregiver education, age of children, and rural versus urban location.
Author(s): Kaja Z. LeWinn, Leonardo Trasande, Andrew Law, et al. Citation: JAMA Network Open, 6(8) Date: 08/2023 Type: Document view details