Analysis of the 1992 Los Angeles Civil Unrest





Summary of Findings
Trends in the Labor Market
Profile of Residents in the Civil Unrest Area
Labor Force Data
lncome
Education
Racial and Ethnic Categories
Civil Unrest Employer Survey
Employment Effects of the Civil Unrest
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Graphs

  1. Selected Employment and Unemployment Statistics for Los Angeles County
  2. Los Angeles County Unemployment Rate: 1960 through 199Z
  3. Unemployment Rate of Males 16 Years and Over
  4. Males 16 Years and Over Not Employed
  5. Unemployment Rate of Females 16 Years and Over
  6. Females 16 Years and Over Not Employed
  7. Persons Working as Operators and Laborers
  8. Persons Working in the Manufacturing Industry
  9. Workers 16 Years and Over Commuting to Work on Public Transportation
  10. Poverty Status of the Population
  11. Households Receiving Public Assistance lncome
  12. Persons 25 Years and Over with an 8th Grade Education or Less
  13. Persons 25 Years and Over with a 9th to 12th Grade Education, No Diploma
  14. Persons 16 to 19 Years of Age Not Enrolled in School and Not Working
  15. Population by Race and Hispanic Origin
  16. EDD Survey of Employers, Respondents by Type of Assistance Requested


Maps

  1. Los Angeles City Planning Areas and Census Places
  2. Male Unemployment Rate
  3. Percent of Male Population (16+), Not Employed
  4. Female Unemployment Rate
  5. Percent Working as Operatives or Laborers
  6. Workers Commuting by Public Transportation
  7. Median Household Income in 1989
  8. Percent of Population at or Below Poverty
  9. Median Gross Rent as a Percent of Household lncome
  10. Percent of Households Receiving Public Assistance
  11. Average Number of Persons Per Room
  12. Percent of Population (25+), 8th Grade Education or Less
  13. Persons 16-19 Yrs Old, Not Enrolled in School, Not Working
  14. Percent of Population, Black or Hispanic


Tables

  1. Communites in Which at Least 80% of Residents are Either Black or Hispanic
  2. Status of Civil Unrest Survey Questonnaires


Appendix Tables

  1. Selected Labor Force Statistics for Males 16 Years and Over
  2. Selected Labor Force Statistics for Females 16 Years and Over
  3. Occupations of Employed Persons
  4. Industries of Employed Persons
  5. Means of Transportation to Work of Workers 16 Years and Over
  6. Poverty Status of Population
  7. Households Receiving Public Assistance lncome
  8. Highest Level of Education Attained by Persons 25 Years and Over
  9. School Enrollment and Employment Status of Persons 16 to 19 Years of Age
  10. Population by Race and Hispanic Origin


The digitization of this document is being undertaken as part of an on-going project to digitize many documents dealing with Los Angeles in the 1990's. The effort is a collaborative project between the Government Documents Department and the Doheny Electronic Resources Center at the University of Southern California.