S2303

https://data.census.gov/table?q=S2303&g=050XX00US01001&y=2021&tid=ACSST5Y2021.S2303&moe=false

Population 16-64 = 37,762

Did not work = 10,434 which is NOT from the 37,762 (I first assumed ) its from a total workforce of 27,328 (add all the weeks worked rows) which total is not in S2303 (I think???)

When they leave out a number like this (total workforce) you want to subtract or divide etc. from the total number at the top, its easy to assume and make mistakes.

B99087

https://data.census.gov/table?q=B99087&g=050XX00US01001&y=2021

Total = 14,567 ?? workers generally refer to 16-64 so that should be apples to apples ?

So 14,567+10,434 = 25,001, so the gap would be 65+ and working?

I usually try to cross-check any assumptions on a table with data from another table to make sure I'm not completely messing up.

I assume Workforce = 27,328 and gap from B99087 is 65+

Any feedback is appreciated.

Tom