The Program on Applied Demographics (PAD) at Cornell University invites applications for a position as an Applied Demographer. PAD applies skills in demography, economics, statistics, data gathering and data analysis to provide a variety of organizations with data, information and advice. We are actively engaged on the national, state and local levels of applied demography. PAD is the New York State representative in the Federal State Cooperative for Population Estimates, and for Population Projections. We are also a Coordinating Agency in the New York State Data Center Program. At Cornell, PAD is affiliated with the Cornell Population Center, the Cornell Institute for Social and Economic Research, the Rural Schools Program, and the Community and Regional Development Institute. We conduct original research, translate demographic information into information for decision makers, and provide training and technical assistance in New York State.
Considerable time working directly with state and local officials and staff. Thus, it is critical that the candidate possess the desire, ability, and experience to interact in a very positive and supportive manner with these important contacts.
Work as part of a team on applied demography issues with specific emphasis on topics including population estimates and projections, decennial census operations, labor force, housing, and school demography.
Consulting with local government officials, non-profits, and private groups;
Preparing monographs, reports, datasets, and other publications that address practitioner/policymaker needs, with an emphasis on demography.
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