Urban Indian Lands add 41,600 jobs since April

REDLANDS, California (May 23, 2017)—This Institute for Spatial Economic Analysis report analyzes job growth in ZIP codes that contain Indian reservations within metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs). 

Read the report, find maps and generate individual reports  

How to generate individual reports: 


2.On the right-hand side of the screen, select the following layer: Annual Percent Changes, Indian Country, Non-farm Private Sector, 2016, April Data  

3.Pan and zoom until desired news delivery region is in the center and fills about one-third of the screen.

4.On the left-hand side of the screen, click on “create report” 

5.Click on one of the selection tools (rectangular or polygon) and select delivery area

6.Allow pop-ups for this site, then click run report and wait about 5-10 seconds. 

About the Institute for Spatial Economic Analysis (ISEA) at the University of Redlands

The Institute for Spatial Economic Analysis (ISEA) serves regional, national and global business and government leaders in their needs to better understand how socio-economic phenomena affect their communities. A division of the University of Redlands School of Business, ISEA publishes ongoing, timely reports covering retail, employment, housing, logistics and other special topics. A key distinction of the Institute is its ability to illustrate economic trends and patterns through the use of geo-spatial mapping techniques. In addition, ISEA’s ability to provide Zip code level analysis for many of its reports provides unprecedented detail. Current ISEA economic data and interactive maps may be found at