Affirmative Action Data Explained

These reports should be used only for Affirmative Action planning. Direct use of this data may not fulfill the needs of an individual employer; additional analysis of the data may be necessary to derive additional information.

This 2008-2010 3-year data file is sourced from the US Census Bureau's American Community Survey (ACS) Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Table DOLDSB-ALL2-N. Due to the small population of some counties, data is grouped by Wisconsin County Sets. Wisconsin civilian labor force data is available by disability status by EEO Occupational Group. Excel Download WI Disabled Labor Force by EEO Occupation Group

This 2008-2010 3-year data file is sourced from the US Census Bureau's American Community Survey (ACS) Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Table DOLDSB-ALL3-N. Due to the small population of some counties, data is grouped by Wisconsin County Sets. Wisconsin civilian labor force data is available by disability status by race/ethnicity, gender, and EEO Job Category. Excel Download WI Disabled Labor Force by Race, Gender, and EEO Job Categories

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Affirmative Action by County Download

The Affirmative Action by County Downloads below are five year ACS files and are considered to be the most robust, enabling detailed occupational data for race, ethnicity and gender for each Wisconsin County.

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