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2016 Census of Canada - Commuting characteristics of full-time workers in rental housing by visible minority status, NAICS, income group and place of work - CMA Vancouver at the Census Tract (CT) Level [custom tabulation] Statistics Canada

Description

This dataset includes six tables which were custom ordered from Statistics Canada. All tables include commuting characteristics (mode of commuting, duration/distance), labour characteristics (employment income groups in 2015, Industry by the North American Industry Classification System 2012), and visible minority groups.

The dataset is in Beyond 20/20 (.ivt) format. The Beyond 20/20 browser is required in order to open it. This software can be freely downloaded from the Statistics Canada website:
https://www.statcan.gc.ca/eng/public/beyond20-20 (Windows only). For information on how to use Beyond 20/20, please see: http://odesi2.scholarsportal.info/documentation/Beyond2020/beyond20-quickstart.pdf
https://wiki.ubc.ca/Library:Beyond_20/20_Guide

Custom order from Statistics Canada includes the following dimensions and variables:

Geography:
Place of Work (POW), Census Tract (CT) within CMA Vancouver.
The global non-response rate (GNR) is an important measure of census data quality. It combines total non-response (households) and partial non-response (questions). A lower GNR indicates a lower risk of non-response bias and, as a result, a lower risk of inaccuracy. The counts and estimates for geographic areas with a GNR equal to or greater than 50% are not published in the standard products. The counts and estimates for these areas have a high risk of non-response bias, and in most cases, should not be released. However, it will be provided upon request. GNR values for POR and POW are different for each geography.

Universe:
The Employed Labour Force having a usual place of work for the population aged 15 years and over in private households that are rented (Tenure rented), full year-full time workers (40-52weeks)

Variables:
Visible minority (15)
1. Total - Visible minority
2. Total visible minority population
3. South Asian
4. Chinese
5. Black
6. Filipino
7. Latin American
8. Arab
9. Southeast Asian
10. West Asian
11. Korean
12. Japanese
13. Visible minority, n.i.e.
14. Multiple visible minorities
15. Not a visible minority

Commuting duration and distance (18)
1. Total - Commuting duration
2. Less than 15 minutes
3. 15 to 29 minutes
4. 30 to 44 minutes
5. 45 to 59 minutes
6. 60 minutes and over
7. Total - Commuting distance
8. Less than 1 km
9. 1 to 2.9 km
10. 3 to 4.9 km
11. 5 to 6.9 km
12. 7 to 9.9 km
13. 10 to 14.9 km
14. 15 to 19.9 km
15. 20 to 24.9 Km
16. 25 to 29.9 km
17. 30 to 34.9 km
18. 35 km or more

Main mode of commuting (7)
1. Total - Main mode of commuting
2. Driver, alone
3. 2 or more persons shared the ride to work
4. Public transit
5. Walked
6. Bicycle
7. Other method

Employment income groups in 2015 (39)
1. Total – Total Employment income groups in 2015
2. Without employment income
3. With employment income
4. Less than $30,000 (including loss)
5. $30,000 to $79,999
6. $30,000 to $39,999
7. $40,000 to $49,999
8. $50,000 to $59,999
9. $60,000 to $69,999
10. $70,000 to $79,999
11. $80,000 and above
12. Median employment income ($)
13. Average employment income ($)
14. Total – Male Employment income groups in 2015
15. Without employment income
16. With employment income
17. Less than $30,000 (including loss)
18. $30,000 to $79,999
19. $30,000 to $39,999
20. $40,000 to $49,999
21. $50,000 to $59,999
22. $60,000 to $69,999
23. $70,000 to $79,999
24. $80,000 and above
25. Median employment income ($)
26. Average employment income ($)
27. Total – Female Employment income groups in 2015
28. Without employment income
29. With employment income
30. Less than $30,000 (including loss)
31. $30,000 to $79,999
32. $30,000 to $39,999
33. $40,000 to $49,999
34. $50,000 to $59,999
35. $60,000 to $69,999
36. $70,000 to $79,999
37. $80,000 and above
38. Median employment income ($)
39. Average employment income ($)

Industry - North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) 2012 (54)
1. Total - Industry - North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) 2012
2. 11 Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting
3. 21 Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction
4. 22 Utilities
5. 23 Construction
6. 236 Construction of buildings
7. 237 Heavy and civil engineering construction
8. 238 Specialty trade contractors
9. 31-33 Manufacturing
10. 311 Food manufacturing
11. 41 Wholesale trade
12. 44-45 Retail trade
13. 441 Motor vehicle and parts dealers
14. 442 Furniture and home furnishings stores
15. 443 Electronics and appliance stores
16. 444 Building material and garden equipment and supplies dealers
17. 445 Food and beverage stores
18. 446 Health and personal care stores
19. 447 Gasoline stations
20. 448 Clothing and clothing accessories stores
21. 451 Sporting goods, hobby, book and music stores
22. 452 General merchandise stores
23. 453 Miscellaneous store retailers
24. 454 Non-store retailers
25. 48-49 Transportation and warehousing
26. 481 Air transportation
27. 482 Rail transportation
28. 483 Water transportation
29. 484 Truck transportation
30. 485 Transit and ground passenger transportation
31. 486 Pipeline transportation
32. 487 Scenic and sightseeing transportation
33. 488 Support activities for transportation
34. 491 Postal service
35. 492 Couriers and messengers
36. 493 Warehousing and storage
37. 51 Information and cultural industries
38. 52 Finance and insurance
39. 53 Real estate and rental and leasing
40. 54 Professional, scientific and technical services
41. 55 Management of companies and enterprises
42. 56 Administrative and support, waste management and remediation services
43. 61 Educational services
44. 62 Health care and social assistance
45. 621 Ambulatory health care services
46. 622 Hospitals
47. 623 Nursing and residential care facilities
48. 624 Social assistance
49. 71 Arts, entertainment and recreation
50. 72 Accommodation and food services
51. 721 Accommodation services
52. 722 Food services and drinking places
53. 81 Other services (except public administration)
54. 91 Public administration

Original file names:
- CRO0179495_CT.1 (P1)
- CRO0179495_CT.1 (P2)
- CRO0179495_CT.1 (P3)
- CRO0179495_CT.1 (P4)
- CRO0179495_CT.1 (P5)
- CRO0179495_CT.1 (P6)

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