Connections

Explore more than 150 data sets to see how North Carolina and its counties are measuring up. Use the easy-to-understand charts and graphs to better comprehend our challenges and find the connections among them.

349 Connections / Showing 51 - 75

880

Team assemblers, 880 total in NC, is one of the occupations most at risk of being replaced by automation.

76760

Moving laborers 76,760 total in NC, is one of the occupations most at risk from automation.

30170

Accountants, 30,170 total in NC, is one of the occupations most at risk from automation.

76820

Office clerks, 76,820 total in NC, is one of the occupations most at risk of being replaced by automation.

141040

Fast food restaurant workers, 141,040 in NC, is one of the occupations most vulnerable to automation.

140620

Retail salespersons, 140,620 total in NC, is one of the occupations most likely to be replaced by automation.

15290

Personal care aides, 15,290 total in NC, is one of the occupations most at risk from robotics and automation.

28,900

Landscaping workers, 28,900 total in NC, is one of the occupation most vulnerable to automation.

26720

Security Guards, 26,720 total in NC, is one of the occupations most likely to be replaced by automation.

12330

Pharmacy Technicians, 12,330 total in NC, is one of the occupations most at risk of being replaced by automation.

2

Two counties in NC, Camden and Tyrrell, did not have any Occupational Therapy Assistants in 2013.

10

Orange County had the highest rate of Respiratory Therapists in NC, 10.8 per 10,000 population.

Chowan County had the highest rate of physical therapist assistants in 2013, 8 per 10,000 population.

33

33 counties in NC had more than 100% increase in the percentage of Hispanic population between 2000-2010.

Macon County had the largest increase in the percentage of Hispanic population between 2000-2010, from 1.5% to 6.6%.

Stokes county had the largest increase in the proportion of senior population between 2000-2010.

Transylvania county had the highest percentage (25.8%) for ages 65 and above population in 2010.

Hyde county is the only county with a negative growth rate (-8.5%) for population age 65 and above from 2000-2010.

Union County has had the largest increase (55%) in white population in NC from 2000-2010.

In 2014, Hoke and Jones counties had more than 66 percent of their residents commute outside the county for work

Onslow, Dare & Cumberland counties had greater than 90 percent of residents commute to work within the county borders.

Hyde County had the highest percent of children (ages 0-18) without health insurance at 13% in 2013.

From 2010-2013, 30 percent more residents of Camden County NC commuted within the county for employment.

From 2010-2013, 18 percent fewer residents of Caswell County commuted within the county for employment.

In 2014, Pender County had the largest amount of outdoor recreation acreage in North Carolina with 98,762 acres.