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County Typology Codes

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posted on 2024-06-04, 22:36 authored by USDA Economic Research Service
An area's economic and social characteristics have significant effects on its development and need for various types of public programs. To provide policy-relevant information about diverse county conditions to policymakers, public officials, and researchers, ERS has developed a set of county-level typology codes that captures differences in economic and social characteristics. The 2004 County Typology codes classify all U.S. counties according to six non-overlapping categories of economic dependence and seven overlapping categories of policy-relevant themes. The economic types include farming, mining, manufacturing, services, Federal/State government, and unspecialized counties. The policy types include housing stress, low education, low employment, persistent poverty, population loss, nonmetro recreation, and retirement destination. In addition, a code identifying counties with persistent child poverty is available. An update of the County Typology codes is planned for 2014.

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USDA-ERS

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Data contact name

John Pender

Data contact email

jpender@ers.usda.gov

Publisher

Economic Research Service, Department of Agriculture

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  • Not specified

Geographic location - description

United States

ISO Topic Category

  • economy

National Agricultural Library Thesaurus terms

economics; agricultural economics

OMB Bureau Code

  • 005:13 - Economic Research Service

OMB Program Code

  • 005:041 - Economic Research, Market Outlook, and Policy Analysis

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Public Access Level

  • Public

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