The number of employees of Chicago Metro Area (IL-IN-WI) was 71,830 for social services in 2017.

Occupations

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Jobs and Occupations Datasets Involving Chicago Metro Area (IL-IN-WI)

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    Human Resources - Compliance Officer’s Quarterly Employment Action Reports

    datacatalog.cookcountyil.gov | Last Updated 2019-07-12T16:07:32.000Z

    In order to ensure Cook County’s commitment to transparency, reports on employment actions and monitoring activities are available. As required under the Employment Plan, Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle hired a Compliance Officer whose primary responsibilities include the following: 1. Overseeing compliance with the Employment Plan 2. Maintaining and reviewing the Exempt List 3. Accepting, investigating, and reporting on complaints related to Employment Actions and the Employment Plan 4. Taking steps to evaluate, eliminate, remedy and reporting instances of Political Contacts and Unlawful Political Discrimination; and 5. Training on Employment Plan and reviewing Policies and Procedures. If you would like to make a complaint alleging non-compliance with the Employment Plan, a Complaint Form is available or you can contact the Compliance Officer directly. Letitia Dominici, Compliance Officer 118 N. Clark Street, 8th Floor Chicago, IL 60602 Letitia.dominici@cookcountyil.gov

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    Chicago Public Schools - Progress Report Cards (2011-2012)

    data.cityofchicago.org | Last Updated 2018-09-14T21:38:54.000Z

    This dataset shows all school level performance data used to create CPS School Report Cards for the 2011-2012 school year. Metrics are described as follows (also available for download at http://bit.ly/uhbzah): NDA indicates "No Data Available." SAFETY ICON: Student Perception/Safety category from 5 Essentials survey // SAFETY SCORE: Student Perception/Safety score from 5 Essentials survey // FAMILY INVOLVEMENT ICON: Involved Families category from 5 Essentials survey // FAMILY INVOLVEMENT SCORE: Involved Families score from 5 Essentials survey // ENVIRONMENT ICON: Supportive Environment category from 5 Essentials survey // ENVIRONMENT SCORE: Supportive Environment score from 5 Essentials survey // INSTRUCTION ICON: Ambitious Instruction category from 5 Essentials survey // INSTRUCTION SCORE: Ambitious Instruction score from 5 Essentials survey // LEADERS ICON: Effective Leaders category from 5 Essentials survey // LEADERS SCORE: Effective Leaders score from 5 Essentials survey // TEACHERS ICON: Collaborative Teachers category from 5 Essentials survey // TEACHERS SCORE: Collaborative Teachers score from 5 Essentials survey // PARENT ENGAGEMENT ICON: Parent Perception/Engagement category from parent survey // PARENT ENGAGEMENT SCORE: Parent Perception/Engagement score from parent survey // AVERAGE STUDENT ATTENDANCE: Average daily student attendance // RATE OF MISCONDUCTS (PER 100 STUDENTS): # of misconducts per 100 students//AVERAGE TEACHER ATTENDANCE: Average daily teacher attendance // INDIVIDUALIZED EDUCATION PROGRAM COMPLIANCE RATE: % of IEPs and 504 plans completed by due date // PK-2 LITERACY: % of students at benchmark on DIBELS or IDEL // PK-2 MATH: % of students at benchmark on mClass // GR3-5 GRADE LEVEL MATH: % of students at grade level, math, grades 3-5 // GR3-5 GRADE LEVEL READ: % of students at grade level, reading, grades 3-5 // GR3-5 KEEP PACE READ: % of students meeting growth targets, reading, grades 3-5 // GR3-5 KEEP PACE MATH: % of students meeting growth targets, math, grades 3-5 // GR6-8 GRADE LEVEL MATH: % of students at grade level, math, grades 6-8 // GR6-8 GRADE LEVEL READ: % of students at grade level, reading, grades 6-8 // GR6-8 KEEP PACE MATH: % of students meeting growth targets, math, grades 6-8 // GR6-8 KEEP PACE READ: % of students meeting growth targets, reading, grades 6-8 // GR-8 EXPLORE MATH: % of students at college readiness benchmark, math // GR-8 EXPLORE READ: % of students at college readiness benchmark, reading // ISAT EXCEEDING MATH: % of students exceeding on ISAT, math // ISAT EXCEEDING READ: % of students exceeding on ISAT, reading // ISAT VALUE ADD MATH: ISAT value-add value, math // ISAT VALUE ADD READ: ISAT value-add value, reading // ISAT VALUE ADD COLOR MATH: ISAT value-add color, math // ISAT VALUE ADD COLOR READ: ISAT value-add color, reading // STUDENTS TAKING ALGEBRA: % of students taking algebra // STUDENTS PASSING ALGEBRA: % of students passing algebra // 9TH GRADE EXPLORE (2009): Average EXPLORE score, 9th graders who tested in fall 2009 // 9TH GRADE EXPLORE (2010): Average EXPLORE score, 9th graders who tested in fall 2010 // 10TH GRADE PLAN (2009): Average PLAN score, 10th graders who tested in fall 2009 // 10TH GRADE PLAN (2010): Average PLAN score, 10th graders who tested in fall 2010 // NET CHANGE EXPLORE AND PLAN: Difference between Grade 9 Explore (2009) and Grade 10 Plan (2010) // 11TH GRADE AVERAGE ACT (2011): Average ACT score, 11th graders who tested in fall 2011 // NET CHANGE PLAN AND ACT: Difference between Grade 10 Plan (2009) and Grade 11 ACT (2011) // COLLEGE ELIGIBILITY: % of graduates eligible for a selective four-year college // GRADUATION RATE: % of students who have graduated within five years // COLLEGE/ ENROLLMENT RATE: % of students enrolled in college // COLLEGE ENROLLMENT (NUMBER OF STUDENTS): Total school enrollment // FRESHMAN ON TRACK RATE: Freshmen On-Track rate // RCDTS: Region County District Type Schools Code

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    Human Resources - Compliance Officer’s Semi-Annual Reports

    datacatalog.cookcountyil.gov | Last Updated 2019-03-18T18:22:11.000Z

    These reports are issued every March 15th and September 15th. As required under the Employment Plan, Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle hired a Compliance Officer whose primary responsibilities include the following: 1. Overseeing compliance with the Employment Plan 2. Maintaining and reviewing the Exempt List 3. Accepting, investigating, and reporting on complaints related to Employment Actions and the Employment Plan 4. Taking steps to evaluate, eliminate, remedy and reporting instances of Political Contacts and Unlawful Political Discrimination; and 5. Training on Employment Plan and reviewing Policies and Procedures. If you would like to make a complaint alleging non-compliance with the Employment Plan, a Complaint Form is available or you can contact the Compliance Officer directly. Letitia Dominici, Compliance Officer 118 N. Clark Street, 8th Floor Chicago, IL 60602 Letitia.dominici@cookcountyil.gov

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    City-Owned Land Inventory

    data.cityofchicago.org | Last Updated 2019-07-19T23:02:13.000Z

    Property owned and managed by the City of Chicago. Information provided in the database, or on the City’s website generally, should not be used as a substitute for title research, title evidence, title insurance, real estate tax exemption or payment status, environmental or geotechnical due diligence, or as a substitute for legal, accounting, real estate, business, tax or other professional advice. The City assumes no liability for any damages or loss of any kind that might arise from the reliance upon, use of, misuse of, or the inability to use the database or the City’s web site and the materials contained on the website. The City also assumes no liability for improper or incorrect use of materials or information contained on its website. All materials that appear in the database or on the City’s web site are distributed and transmitted "as is," without warranties of any kind, either express or implied as to the accuracy, reliability or completeness of any information, and subject to the terms and conditions stated in this disclaimer.

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    City of Evanston Unemployment

    data.cityofevanston.org | Last Updated 2018-01-30T20:01:46.000Z

    Data shows unemployment rates for Evanston, Chicago, Illinois, USA.

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    Food Inspections

    data.cityofchicago.org | Last Updated 2019-07-12T14:02:55.000Z

    This information is derived from inspections of restaurants and other food establishments in Chicago from January 1, 2010 to the present. Inspections are performed by staff from the Chicago Department of Public Health’s Food Protection Program using a standardized procedure. The results of the inspection are inputted into a database, then reviewed and approved by a State of Illinois Licensed Environmental Health Practitioner (LEHP). For descriptions of the data elements included in this set, go to http://bit.ly/tS9IE8 Note about 7/1/2018 change to food inspection procedures that affects the data in this dataset: http://bit.ly/2yWd2JB Disclaimer: Attempts have been made to minimize any and all duplicate inspection reports. However, the dataset may still contain such duplicates and the appropriate precautions should be exercised when viewing or analyzing these data. The result of the inspections (pass, pass with conditions or fail) as well as the violations noted are based on the findings identified and reported by the inspector at the time of the inspection, and may not reflect the findings noted at other times. For more information about Food Inspections, go to https://www.cityofchicago.org/city/en/depts/cdph/provdrs/healthy_restaurants/svcs/food-protection-services.html.

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    Annual Taxpayer Location Address List 2014

    data.cityofchicago.org | Last Updated 2018-07-11T20:44:32.000Z

    List of businesses registered with the State of Illinois that may levy retail sales taxes in the Chicago area.

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    Micro-Market Recovery Program - Permits

    data.cityofchicago.org | Last Updated 2019-07-22T05:06:51.000Z

    The City of Chicago launched the Micro-Market Recovery Program (MMRP), a coordinated effort among the City, not-for-profit intermediaries, and non-profit and for-profit capital sources to improve conditions, strengthen property values, and create environments supportive of private investment in targeted markets throughout the city. The goal of MMRP is to improve conditions, strengthen property values, and create environments supportive of private investment in targeted areas by strategically deploying public and private capital and other tools and resources in well-defined micro-markets. This MMRP Permits dataset contains all Department of Buildings (DOB) Permits that have occured at properties falling within any MMRP Zone. Permits, Cases and Violations can be linked to the MMRP Geographies dataset using ADDRKEY or ADDRGRPKEY. To link Violations and Inspections to their Permits and Cases use Violation PERMITORCASEKEY to link to Permits APKEY_PERMIT and Cases APKEY_CASE. For more information on the MMRP program, please see http://www.regionalhopi.org/content/city-chicago-micro-market-recovery-program-overview.

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    Relocated Vehicles

    data.cityofchicago.org | Last Updated 2019-07-22T16:17:20.000Z

    This dataset presents current and former locations of vehicles that have been relocated by the City of Chicago within the last 90 days. Vehicles may be relocated, but not impounded, due to inoperability, accident, severe weather, special events, construction or other work being performed in a thoroughfare where the vehicle was previously located. Related Applications: Find Your Vehicle (http://j.mp/iZiX0B).

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    Traffic Crashes - Crashes

    data.cityofchicago.org | Last Updated 2019-07-22T15:04:36.000Z

    Crash data shows information about each traffic crash on city streets within the City of Chicago limits and under the jurisdiction of Chicago Police Department (CPD). Data are shown as is from the electronic crash reporting system (E-Crash) at CPD, excluding any personally identifiable information. Records are added to the data portal when a crash report is finalized or when amendments are made to an existing report in E-Crash. Data from E-Crash are available for some police districts in 2015, but citywide data are not available until September 2017. About half of all crash reports, mostly minor crashes, are self-reported at the police district by the driver(s) involved and the other half are recorded at the scene by the police officer responding to the crash. Many of the crash parameters, including street condition data, weather condition, and posted speed limits, are recorded by the reporting officer based on best available information at the time, but many of these may disagree with posted information or other assessments on road conditions. If any new or updated information on a crash is received, the reporting officer may amend the crash report at a later time. A traffic crash within the city limits for which CPD is not the responding police agency, typically crashes on interstate highways, freeway ramps, and on local roads along the City boundary, are excluded from this dataset. All crashes are recorded as per the format specified in the Traffic Crash Report, SR1050, of the Illinois Department of Transportation. As per Illinois statute, only crashes with a property damage value of $1,500 or more or involving bodily injury to any person(s) and that happen on a public roadway and that involve at least one moving vehicle, except bike dooring, are considered reportable crashes. However, CPD records every reported traffic crash event, regardless of the statute of limitations, and hence any formal Chicago crash dataset released by Illinois Department of Transportation may not include all the crashes listed here.