The Commuting Patterns report shows the relationship between where people work and where they live. There are three distinct patterns: 1) workers employed in the selected area but living outside; 2) residents of the selected area employed outside; and 3) workers employed and living in the selected area. The characteristics of these three groups are detailed by age group, monthly average earnings, and employment sector.
It highlights the movement of workers commuting in and out of the selected area. The area is analyzed as both a labor force source and destination. In other words, it illustrates the area’s role as both a provider and hub for workers.