This report details the social determinants of health, well-being and health outcomes of Asians and Pacific Islanders (APIs) living in NYC. The data are disaggregated by ancestry. Produced in collaboration with community partners including health and service providers, academics and CBOs.
This is the first report in a series of 10 reports pursuant to LL 13/2019 that will be prepared on an annual basis, to identify areas of underutilization of minorities by job group in New York City government and at the seven (7) City University of New York (CUNY) Community Colleges.
ESTABLISHMENT OF THE
NEW YORK CITY YOUNG MEN’S INITIATIVE
WHEREAS, the historical and continuous systemic inequality faced by young people of color across New York City has impacted their life outcomes, across education, health, workforce and justice system involvement.
WHEREAS, the City of New York
The agency conducted a demographic data and trends, including workforce composition by job title, job group, race/ethnicity and gender; new hires, promotions and separation data; and utilization analysis. The division has integrated EEO Compliance, MWBE compliance and performance metrics.
Annual FDNY Admissions Demographics Report includes the demographics of applicants at every step of the application process: recruitment, admission to take the written exam, admission to take the physical exam, admission to the FDNY academy training and graduation from the academy.