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Prince Edward Island Well-Being Indicators

About the Well-Being Account and the Indicators:

Personal or household income is generally regarded as the single best measure of the degree to which people are "well off." Our concept of well-being includes more than economic indicators and takes the approach that other factors such as health and education play a part in determining a community's or region's well-being.

About the Colors:

In order to answer the question, "How is the area doing relative to all other communities in the province?" we take each community and line them up from lowest to highest based on the indicator values. This gives us our entire range of values. We then take the closest match to the lower 25% of communities, the middle 50% of communities, and the upper 25% of communities. The range of values representing this bottom range of communities is colored red, the top range is colored green and the range of values representing the middle group of communities is colored yellow. We then show where the value for your chosen geography falls (represented by the colored square), and from this you can determine how a community or region is doing compared to all communities in the province.

Community Accounts Indicators of Well-Being

Charts and Maps
Employment rate
(Gender: Total, Year: 2016)
2016 Median Individual After-tax Income
(Before Tax and After Tax: After Tax, Gender: Total)
Bachelor’s Degree or Higher (pop 25-64)
(Gender: Total, : 2011)

Analytical Features

Indicator Summary Table (All Indicators)

Displays all the indicators as a grid of color. This can be used to display ranges for many geographies at once. Values can also be displayed, and each grid square connects to the related Well-Being Chart.

Well-Being Indicator Analysis (Updated)

Queries the Well-Being data for the most recent year available for which Communities fall within the ranges you select, for the Well-Being Indicators you select.

An initiative of Northern Policy Institute
Developed by the Newfoundland and Labrador Statistics Agency
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