Map of Workplaces Impacted by Trade

Below is a map of the workplaces certified under the Department of Labor's Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) program. Double-click a point on the map to zoom in to that point or click the “+” button on the map and drag the map to navigate. Click on the blue icons to pull up details on the workplace such as the name of the company, the number of workers laid off, and when the layoffs occurred. This map displays only those workplaces that have been certified by the Department of Labor, not workplaces that have applied for certification and been denied. To search through the database, click here.

The geographic information on this page was generated with the assistance of the Texas A&M Geoservices using the most accurate methodology available. Trade Data Center designed by Travis McArthur.

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