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WIA Planning Information

Updated on:  February 14, 2013

In the past, the data for the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Planning Information Packets were gathered from a variety of sources and packaged by county to aid local organizations in identifying target group needs and in making appropriate resource allocations for employment and training activities. The EDD no longer packages this data, but rather, it provides links to the data sources. The WIA Planning Information Packets for 2011 Archive is still available to view. The data sources are in the same order as they appeared in the tables in the archived packets.

Public Assistance Recipients by Program (Formerly Table 1):

Source of data: Department of Social Services

California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids (CalWORKs) Reports:

Welfare to Work Reports:

Food Stamps Report:

General Relief Report:

Refugee Cash Assistance (RCA) Report:

Public Assistance Recipients (CalWORKs), Characteristics of Recipients 16 Years and Older (Formerly Table 2)

Source of data: Department of Social Services

Public Assistance Recipients (CalWorks) Report:

Annual Recipient Report:

Workforce Investment Act, Planning Information for Local Workforce Investment Areas (Formerly Table 3)

Source of data:

2000 Census, Characteristics of Economically Disadvantaged Persons:

The U.S. Department of Labor: Employment and Training Administration (ETA) defines the economically disadvantaged population as persons below the federal poverty level or below 70% of the Lower Living Standard Income Levels (LLSIL). ETA contracted with a private research firm to tabulate these data from individual responses to the decennial census. These tabulations are provided by county and sub-county areas and their aggregate total may not match published data from the United States Census Bureau. The data tabulations from the 2000 Census may be found in the WIA Planning and Information Packets for 2011 Archive.

Below are resources for the labor force and adult probation active caseload data:

Labor Force Data:

Adult Probation Active Caseload:

Lower Living Standard Income Level (LLSIL) and Poverty Guidelines (Formerly Table 4)

Source of data:

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