The contents of this repository form the basis for CEPR’s report on workers on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States. CEPR has used this data to produce related reports on Native American frontline workers, meatpacking workers, frontline mothers, Black frontline workers, and frontline workers in Chicago and Illinois.
The National Partnership for Women & Families has also cited our data. Finally, our state data has been used and adapted in subsequent reports by other organizations, including:
Bay Area Equity Atlas/ PolicyLink (California): A Profile of Frontline Workers in the Bay Area
Florida Policy Institute (Florida): Florida’s 2 Million Essential Workers: 5 Stark Realities and 5 Policy Solutions
Kentucky Center for Economic Policy (Kentucky): Who Are Kentucky’s Essential Workers on the Frontlines of the COVID-19 Pandemic?
Maine Center for Economic Policy (Maine): Maine’s most essential workers are more often women, people of color
Boston Indicators (Massachusetts): A Profile of Frontline Workers in Massachusetts
Montana Budget & Policy Center (Montana): Montana’s Frontline Workers Are Mostly Women and People of Color
Guinn Center (Nevada): The Impact of COVID-19 on Communities of Color in Nevada
Fiscal Policy Institute (New York): Appreciating New York’s Essential Workers at a Time of Pandemic
North Carolina Justice Center (North Carolina): 1 in 5 workers in N.C. are in industries on the frontlines of COVID-19 response
Center for Public Policy Priorities (Texas): Essential Workers Deserve More than Praise
Public Assets Institute (Vermont): Women filled most of the frontline jobs
West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy (West Virginia): Who Are West Virginia’s Frontline Workers?