Interactive Data Tools
The Hunt Institute uses interactive data tools to present findings gathered from a wide range of data in an intuitive manner, illuminating patterns and trends throughout the Paso del Norte region.
A Comparison of Cost of Living Variables, Economic Performance Indicators and Crime Rates for El Paso & Other Selected Metropolitan Areas.
This interactive graph displays cost of living variables, economic performance indicators, and crime rates for El Paso and nine other Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSA) in U.S.-Mexico border states.
[Published on 10/28/16]
Employment by Economic Activity in the Juarez Municipality (1997-2016)
These two interactive graphs display employment by economic activity from 1997 to 2016 in Ciudad Juarez.
[Published on 08/10/16]
Population in the U.S. – Mexico Border during 1970-2010 (Selected Combined Areas)
These three interactive graphs display population growth for selected areas along the U.S.-Mexico border between 1970 and 2010.
[Published on 08/01/16]
U.S. – Mexico Border Commuting Flows: U.S. residents to a workplace in Mexico (2009 – 2013)
This interactive graph displays commuting trends between the U.S. and Mexico for the years 2009-2013.
[Published on 07/12/16]
Trends in Employment and Compensation by Industry in El Paso and Doña Ana Counties (2002-2014)
This interactive graph displays trends in employment and industry compensation from 2002 to 2014, separately for both El Paso County and Doña Ana County.
[Published on 06/07/16]
Trends in Occupational employment by size, Growth and Average Hourly wages in El Paso and Doña Ana Counties (2000-2017)
This interactive graph displays trends in occupational employment from 2000 to 2017 for both El Paso and Doña Ana counties. To access the full report on Trends in Occupational Employment, click here.
[Published on 06/01/16]