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Camden Poverty Trends
When examining the new 2010 Census figures, Camden\92s poverty rates are steady, but the numbers remain alarming. The poverty line, as defined by the Census, is a specific before-tax yearly income amount which varies according to age and household members. Read More





Where do Camden Residents Work? [Members Only]
24,853 Camden residents were employed in 2008 from a workforce of 27,088. While there were 34,872 jobs in the city that same year, 79% of Camden residents held their primary job outside the city. This report details trends in resident employment locations. Read More





How Well Served Is Camden by Banks?
Access to a bank account can provide households with an important first step towards financial security, allowing families to conduct basic financial transactions, save for emergency and long-term security needs, and access credit on affordable terms. The findings from a recent FDIC study suggest that Camden residents are disproportionately underserved by banks. Read More





Job and Wage Trends for Camden
The total number of jobs in Camden has increased over the past 6 years, with the largest increase taking place in the highest LEHD income category (>$40,400). Resident jobs, however, have declined since 2002. Read More







Business Partners in Camden
Camden-based businesses represent an expanding chunk of the county economy, but a shrinking number of firms and industries are responsible for the growth. Read More






Census Facts 2008: Economics
Economics Section of 2008 Camden Facts. Read More








Mayor Redd's Transition Team: Economic Development & Entrepeneurship
Report's Suggestions:
- Create a Mayor's Economic Development Team
- Create a Mayor's Business Advisory Council Read More






U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics: employment statistics and projections.
 
Census Longitudinal Employer-Household Dynamics: LEHD provides the most detailed employment statistics, with local data on place of work and residency (through 2008).
 
Census and American Community Survey: employment, income, and poverty data for Camden. Due to small sampling sizes, CamConnect cautions individuals when using ACS economic data (through 2008).
 
Zip Code Business Patterns: industry composition, number of establishments, and payroll statistics for zip codes (through 2007).
 
FDIC Summary of Deposits Data: statistics on number of banking institutions and deposits
 
Earned Income Tax Credit Data: Brookings Institute interactive local tax data (through 2006)