How Does Your Work Commute Stack Up Against Other U.S. Counties?
MONDAY, OCT 17, 2022
Night owls should probably stay away from jobs in Issaquena County. More than 73 percent of workers in the tiny Mississippi Delta county – the least-populated county east of the Mississippi River with about 1,340 people – leave for their jobs before 7 a.m., according to a Social Explorer analysis of 2016-20 American Community Survey data. It’s followed by Greenlee County, Ariz. (70.1 percent) and Lander County, Nev. (68.4 percent).
Issaquena residents may still be better off than other counties. Almost one-third of workers in the Amish region of LaGrange County, Ind., leave for work between midnight and 5 a.m. It’s trailed by Pershing County, Nev. (29.6 percent) and Lander County, Nev. (26.4 percent).
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Commuting for Work Before 7 a.m., 2020. Click here to explore further.
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