- What is the Median Earnings?
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- What is the Median Male Earnings?
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- What is the Median Male Earnings (Full Time)?
- What is the Median Earnings Less Than High School?
- What is the Median Earnings High School?
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The percent earning $35,000 to $49,999 of La Crosse Metro Area (WI-MN) was 24.30% in 2016.
Earnings and Gender
Earnings and Education
Jobs and Earnings Datasets Involving La Crosse Metro Area (WI-MN)
- API mydata.iadb.org | Last Updated 2017-09-01T04:08:12.000Z
Taxation in Latin America is largely viewed as a means of generating income to keep the government in business. In recent years, progress has been made towards increasing total revenue, but most countries in the region still lag well behind other countries with similar levels of development. More importantly, Latin America policymakers still largely ignore the potential of taxation to contribute to other important development goals. Governments have repeatedly missed the chance to influence consumption and production patterns by using taxes to effect relative price changes. More than Revenue aims to provide an up-to-date overview of the current state of taxation in the Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) region, its main reform needs, and possible reform strategies that take into account the likely economic, institutional, and political constraints on the reform process. <br><br><b>Click here to access the data: https://mydata.iadb.org/d/edmz-xf2j </b></br></br>
- API mydata.iadb.org | Last Updated 2017-06-30T18:34:59.000Z
This broad and novel database of 52 countries over 2001–11, allowed a study that assesses the link between financial intermediation and saving. The study finds that the Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) region lags well behind other regions in terms of financial depth, as measured by gross private domestic financial assets. LAC countries also have a larger share of bank deposits and cash in the private sector portfolio, compared to non-bank assets (bonds and shares). Moreover, within the institutional investor industry, pension funds are relatively developed in the region, although they grew out of the compulsory pension systems in several countries that date back to the 1980s and 1990s. The findings also indicate that LAC countries have about 40 percent of gross private financial wealth invested abroad, but just 4 percent of gross private liabilities have that origin, which attests to region’s obstacles in tapping international markets. The countries in general present a small share of household and business saving being intermediated through the financial system. In the specific case of bank deposits, just 5 percent of household saving and 3 percent of business saving are kept in the banking system.<br><br><b>Click here to access the data: https://mydata.iadb.org/idb/dataset/vsdz-m8v5</b></br></br>
- API mydata.iadb.org | Last Updated 2017-10-02T17:17:06.000Z
This file contains data from a survey carried out to establish baseline indicators of women´s needs in the areas of economic autonomy, sexual and reproductive health and services to prevent and redress intimate partner violence in November of 2015 with the participation of 227 women between the ages of 15 and 70 years residing in a low- and middle-income neighborhood in a populated urban area of Trinidad and Tobago. A Word document containing the response key for all questionnaire items is attached as an annex. <br><br><b>Click here to access the data: https://mydata.iadb.org/d/ng9y-d3nb</b></br></br>
- API mydata.iadb.org | Last Updated 2017-10-02T20:56:16.000Z
The database allows estimating structural fiscal balances for 20 countries in the region under different assumptions regarding the output gap and commodity structural prices. It is a unique database of its kind since: 1) It takes into consideration the distinct responsiveness of different types of revenues to changes in the output gap: In order to adjust for the impact of the business cycle on revenues, we calculate individual elasticities for each source of revenue (i.e. direct taxes, indirect taxes, revenues from non-renewable resources, etc.). Since the different types of revenues in the region have different sensitivities to changes in the output gap, this disaggregated approach allows for a more fine-tuned adjustment. 2) It includes estimations of SFBs based on output gaps’ projections available in “real time”. In addition to giving estimations of the actual SFBs, we provide with estimations of the SFBs that would have resulted should the projections on output gaps available to policymakers at the time of designing fiscal policy (data in “real time”) have been correct. This is in contrast to much of the existing work on structural fiscal balances that makes only an “ex post” analysis using actual and revised information on the output gaps. 3) It allows assessing the response of fiscal policy to the business cycle. We provide with measures of the fiscal impulse, assessing not only the actual but also the intentional fiscal stance, as well as the degree of procyclicality of fiscal policy.<br><br><b>Click here to access the data: https://mydata.iadb.org/idb/dataset/3itg-avtz</b></br></br>
- API mydata.iadb.org | Last Updated 2018-01-09T09:44:41.000Z
This dataset consists of statistics measuring the financial resources available to fund the education system. Main indicators: Government expenditure on education as % of GDP, in PPP, as % of total government expenditure, expenditure on salaries as % of education expenditure, expenditure on education per student as % of pc gdp. <br><br><b>Click here to access the data: https://mydata.iadb.org/d/y35v-i2ux/</b></br></br>
- API mydata.iadb.org | Last Updated 2018-01-29T22:30:52.000Z
The Public Management Evaluation Tool (PET) evaluates five “pillars” of the public policies' management cycle that are considered important for the implementation of Management for Development Results (MfDR): (i) results-based planning, (ii) results-based budgeting, (iii) public financial management (including auditing and procurement), (iv) program and project management (including the public investment system), and (v) monitoring and evaluation of public management. These pillars are broken down into components that track the maturity of institutional systems. The components are in turn composed of indicators and minimum requirements that these systems must have in an MfDR environment. All of these measures (minimum requirements, indicators, components, and pillars) are scored on a scale from 0 to 5, where a 5 indicates an ideal institutional situation. <br><br><b>Click here to access the data: https://mydata.iadb.org/idb/dataset/c89t-dh9r</b></br></br>
- API data.montgomerycountymd.gov | Last Updated 2017-09-22T18:32:39.000Z
Demographic and asset information of public libraries Update Frequency: Annual
- API mydata.iadb.org | Last Updated 2018-03-05T21:59:41.000Z
The Database of Labor Markets and Social Security Information System (SIMS) is the most important source of information about jobs and pensions in Latin America and the Caribbean. It encompasses harmonized statistics of 23 countries in the region, assuring the comparability of the indicators among them and also over time. The dataset includes data since 1990 and it presents 72 main indicators, which can be broken down by age group, gender, zone, level of education and other. The SIMS contains information in 6 broad categories: population, employment, unemployment, income, social security and poverty. This database seeks to contribute to public policies design based on evidence to strengthen the development of the region. Also, visit the SIMS Website: https://sims.iadb.org
- API mydata.iadb.org | Last Updated 2018-02-13T20:03:34.000Z
Results of the Civil Service Development Index (CSDI), obtained from diagnostics of the institutional quality of civil service systems in 16 Latin American countries. The IDB supported the design of a methodology that evaluates critical points to assess the civil services and carried out country evaluations in 2004. Between 2011 and 2013, a second group of diagnostics second group of diagnostics were completed (with the support of the Inter-American Development Bank, and in the case of Central American countries and Dominican Republic with the support of the Spanish Agency for International Cooperation and Development –AECID- and the Central American Integration System-SICA). Scores are available for 2004, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015 and 2017 (year of second and/or third measurement varies per country). In 2015 and 2017, the IDB completed the third series of diagnosis. During the first assessment, 93 critical points were identified; each of those fed a subsystem and an index. In 2010 the methodology was simplified to 33 critical points and the base line was recalibrated to ensure comparability. The methodology is based in the identification of critical points that feed 8 subsystems: 1. Human Resources Planning, 2. Work Organization, 3. Employment management, 4. Performance management, 5. Compensation management, 6. Development management, 7. Human and social relations management, 8. HR Function organization; and 5 indexes: 1. Efficiency, 2. Merit, 3. Structural consistency, 4. Functional capacity, and 5. Integrating capacity.<br><br><b>Click here to access the data: https://mydata.iadb.org/idb/dataset/ddw5-db4y</b></br></br>
- API mydata.iadb.org | Last Updated 2017-10-02T20:08:55.000Z
This database delivers information about several management systems, classified in five “pillars” of the public sector management cycle that are considered important for the implementation of Management for Development Results (MfDR): (i) results-based planning, (ii) results-based budgeting, (iii) public financial management (including auditing and procurement), (iv) program and project management (including the public investment system), and (v) monitoring and evaluation of public management. These pillars are broken down into components that track the maturity of institutional systems. The components are in turn composed of indicators and minimum requirements that these systems must have in an MfDR environment. The most of these requirements are categorized alternatively as: the requirement is met, partially met, or is not met.<br><br><b>Click here to access the data: https://mydata.iadb.org/d/wkuq-zrqa</b></br></br>