At Silicon Valley’s biggest companies, such as Apple, Google, Cisco, and Facebook, the gender gap remains, too. ETA encourages governors and State/local boards to consult the WIOA operating guidance, and after its publication, the WIOA Final Rule, for more specific guidance in applying LLSIL to program requirements. Provide a central location to find government benefits. Appendices D and E, which contain Tables 4 and 5, which adjust a family of four figure for larger and smaller families, may be used with any LLSIL designated area. In Silicon Valley, the Index reports that men with a bachelor’s degree or higher earn on average  $145,100 a year which is an estimated 43 percent higher than women with the same level of education. Title I of WIOA (Pub. For example, the State of New Jersey may have four or more LLSIL figures for Northeast metropolitan, Northeast non-metropolitan, portions of the state in the New York City MSA, and those in the Philadelphia MSA. These are listed in Tables 1, 2 and 3. informational resource until the Administrative Committee of the Federal Copyright © 2019, LLC. Specifically, WIOA section 3(36) defines the term “low income individual” for eligibility purposes, and sections 127(b)(2)(C) and 132(b)(1)(B)(v)(IV) define the terms “disadvantaged youth” and “disadvantaged adult” in terms of the poverty line or LLSIL for State formula allotments. Data on 23 selected Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs) are also available. Twenty percent of the workforce at Silicon Valley’s 10 largest companies is women, and only 19 percent of technical roles and leadership positions are held by women. The 70 percent LLSIL figures are listed in the last column to the right on each of the three tables. The OFR/GPO partnership is committed to presenting accurate and reliable While every effort has been made to ensure that However, in San Francisco, an estimated two-thirds of families of four get by on less than the city’s six-figure “low-income” threshold. documents in the last year, 239 The Poverty Rate for residents of Santa Clara County, California who were born citizens of the United States is 8.4%. documents in the last year, by the Rural Business-Cooperative Service BLS terminated the four-person family budget series in 1982, after publication of the fall 1981 estimates. The study notes that in 2015, a quarter of all pregnant women in the Bay Area had incomes below the federal poverty guideline at the time. provide legal notice to the public or judicial notice to the courts. If the Renaissance was an era in which large, profitable companies ran everything and drastically increased their wealth and power at everyone else's expense, then Silicon Valley is surely it. documents in the last year, by the Homeland Security Department 11/25/2020, 379 has no substantive legal effect. of the issuing agency. documents in the last year, 108 We’ve made big changes to make the eCFR easier to use. BLS has not revised the lower living family budget since 1981, and has no plans to do so. These can be useful documents in the last year, 46 To use the 70 percent LLSIL value, where it is stipulated for the WIOA programs, begin by locating the region or metropolitan area where the program applicant resides. In 2018, the average annual earnings for a household in Silicon Valley reached $140,000. Document page views are updated periodically throughout the day and are cumulative counts for this document. on Reproduction of material from any Salon pages without written permission is strictly prohibited. WIOA defines the term “low income individual” as one whose total family income does not exceed the higher level of the poverty line or 70 percent of the LLSIL. The purpose of WIOA is to provide workforce investment activities through statewide and local workforce investment systems that increase the employment, retention, and earnings of participants. Women who do work in Silicon Valley tend to have children later in life when compared to the rest of California and the nation, and have fewer children overall. It should be noted that publication of these figures is only for the purpose of meeting the requirements specified by WIOA as defined in the law and regulations. The updated LLSIL figures for these MSAs and 70 percent of LLSIL are reported in Appendix C, Table 3. For women working in the industry, the income gap between them and their male peers has only widened, too. Of the 1,147,996 residents of Santa Clara County, California who were born citizens of the United States, 96,310 (8.4%) had income levels below the poverty line within the past year.Conversely, 66,215 (9.0%) of 733,440 residents of Santa Clara County, California who were born citizens of a country other than the US reported income levels below the poverty line within the past year. On top of all of this and the overall increased cost of living, people are leaving Silicon Valley. Please contact Samuel Wright, Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration, 200 Constitution Avenue NW., Room C-4526, Washington, DC 20210; Telephone: 202-693-2870; Fax: 202-693-3015 (these are not toll-free numbers); Email address: