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Population & Housing Characteristics Resources

View Census Academy resources about the topic of Population & Housing Characteristics including Data Gems, courses, and webinars.

Population & Housing Characteristics Webinars


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Cigarette Smoking and Cause-Specific Adult Mortality in the United States

This research uses restricted microdata to establish a relationship between cigarette smoking and adult mortality.

Childhood Poverty and The Child Tax Credit

This webinar features Census Bureau data about households with children experiencing poverty and how the Child Tax Credit can help.

Job Opportunity Tool

This presentation will dive into how Redfin used a combination of public and private data to create the Redfin Opportunity Score.

Recent Cross County Commuting Patterns

This presentation explores different analyses of cross-county commuting patterns in North Carolina.

Census Bureau Sources for American Indian and Alaska Native Research

In this webinar, we explore the information available from the decennial censuses and the censuses of American Indians conducted by the Census Bureau.

Impact of Pandemic on the American Community Survey

This webinar explains and answers questions related to the impact of the pandemic on the American Community Survey (ACS).

Data Summit: Early Childhood — Census Bureau Data Sources

This webinar will take a deeper dive into these tabulations to help you track the trajectory of age, sex and births in your county or city.

Exploring Census Data: How Americans Spend Leisure Time

Census Bureau’s subject matter experts dive into business data relatable to everyday life.

Spatial Shifts in Daytime Population Due to COVID - Impacts and Increasing Levels of Remote Work

Geospatial distribution of workers has far reaching implications for commuting data, consumer spending behaviors at restaurants, retail, and services, and more.

Data Summit: Data About Persons with Disabilities & Aging Populations

This webinar will explore these tabulations and how to access these statistics at local geographic levels.

Exploring Census Data: Using Census Data to Buy a House

Census Bureau’s subject matter experts dive into our business and demographic data that you may find valuable when considering the purchase of a home.

Data Summit: Census Bureau Data for Asian/NHPI Populations

This webinar will show users how to build a local portrait of the Asian, Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander population.

Elevating Our Culture Using Census Data

This webinar focuses on where people of Caribbean decent live and the economic conditions of the surrounding area.

Community Resilience Estimates

This webinar will introduce the CRE to explain how it promotes equitable distribution of federal and state resources and funding.

Taking America’s Pulse: the COVID-19 Pandemic

This webinar explores the impact of COVID-19 on education, housing and food security, business closures, furloughs, and the supply chain.

Using Census and Zillow Data to Understand COVID-19’s Impact on the Housing Market

This presentation demonstrates how the Zillow Economic Research Team regularly pairs Census data with Zillow’s local housing market data in their research.

Diversity at the U.S. Census Bureau

Explore some of the groundbreaking people who have worked for the Census Bureau.

Exploring the U.S. Census Bureau’s COVID-19 Resources

The U.S. Census Bureau’s COVID-19 site is now available to assist in understanding the impacts of the pandemic and help guide decision making.

Finding Your Roots - Beyond the Name

Information gathered during the census allows researchers to find context for how people lived and where they fit into their community and American history.

Discovering Race & Ethnicity Data on data.census.gov

In this webinar we define the concepts of race and ethnicity in accordance to the U.S. OMB Standards and navigate data.census.gov to access this data.

Comparing the ACS and the Population Estimates Program

Learn about both the American Community Survey (ACS) and the Population Estimates Program (PEP), as well as the differences between each.

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