Census Data for Affirmative Action Programs New Jersey
For more information on these files, contact Paul Bieksza at 609.984.7349.
Data for Affirmative Action/EEO Plans
The Excel data files linked below contain residence based summary occupational information by Race/Ethnicity and Sex for use in developing affirmative action programs, also known as Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), as required for federal and state contract compliance. These data are extracted from the Census 2000 Special Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) TabulationThese tables are provided as Excel spreadsheets which you can save to your computer and open them in MS Excel. These tables are presented for New Jersey and each county because a county often constitutes the normal recruiting area for employers. Employers may wish to combine data for two or more counties, to coincide with the particular boundaries of their firm's recruiting area.
To Access ALL Data from the U.S. Census Bureau's Special EEO Tabulation Click Here (Residence and Worksite based data for Occupations and Educational Attainment for the United States, States, Counties and Metropolitan Areas)
Web sites for guidance and assistance in developing Affirmative Action Plans and Equal Employment Opportunity Plans and conducting analysis for affirmative employment and non discrimination programs:
New Jersey Department of Treasury Division of Contract Compliance: Affirmative Action and Equal Employment compliance for vendors with contracts with the State of New Jersey.
Employers with U.S. government contracts who need assistance in completing Affirmative Action compliance requirements should contact the Office of Federal Contract Compliance New Jersey District Office
1990 Census Data for Affirmative Action Programs
The following files provide information on occupation groups by race, Hispanic origin and sex for New Jersey and its 21 counties. These files can be used by New Jersey employers to meet United States Department of Labor, Office of Federal Contract Compliance affirmative action plan requirements. Two tables are presented for each county: (1)"Labor Force Characteristics for Persons 16 Years Old and Over by Sex, Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990" and (2)"Detailed Occupations by Race & Hispanic Origin by Sex for the Experienced Civilian Labor Force: 1990." These files match the six volumes of the NJSDC publication "Labor Force by Occupation by Sex & Race\Hispanic Origin (Data for Affirmative Action Programs)" -- P90-5.
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