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Example 4

This table provides considerable detail on the employment status and community behavior of individuals. This is informative in terms of daycare needs of the community, as well as whether workers are likely to have time and energy after work to participate in Extension meetings, etc.

GCT-P12. Employment Status and Commuting to Work: 2000

Geographic area Population 16 years and over-- Percent in labor force Civilian labor force-- Percent unemployed Own children -- Percent with all parents in family in labor force Workers 16 years and over
Total Female Under 6 years 6 to 17 years Percent in car pools Percent using public transpor-tation Who did not work at home-- Mean travel time to work (minutes) Percent worked outside county of residence
Total With own children under 6 years

Centre County

60.1

55.9

63.3

5.5

60.0

71.0

11.6

3.9

19.6

8.4

COUNTY SUBDIVISION AND PLACE                    
Bellefonte borough

62.6

55.2

61.0

6.2

62.4

72.2

13.5

2.7

21.0

5.9

Bellefonte borough

62.6

55.2

61.0

6.2

62.4

72.2

13.5

2.7

21.0

5.9

Benner township

40.2

64.7

60.5

4.3

57.7

64.5

8.7

0.0

20.3

5.8

Pleasant Gap CDP (part)

0.0

0.0

(X)

(X)

(X)

0.0

(X)

(X)

(X)

(X)

Remainder of Benner township

40.3

65.1

60.5

4.3

57.7

66.5

8.7

0.0

20.3

5.8

Boggs township

64.4

60.3

59.8

4.5

52.7

73.6

11.2

0.0

23.9

3.6

Boggs township

64.4

60.3

59.8

4.5

52.7

73.6

11.2

0.0

23.9

3.6

Burnside township

56.5

46.5

72.7

5.9

66.7

62.5

14.6

0.0

44.2

32.7

Pine Glen CDP

60.1

54.8

66.7

5.9

58.8

69.7

11.8

0.0

51.9

25.8

Remainder of Burnside township

52.8

37.3

80.0

5.9

80.0

56.4

17.9

0.0

35.3

41.