Table: Jobs Displaced Due to Mexican Trade Deficit, By Pa. Congressional District

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Additional data on jobs displaced due to the Mexican trade deficit by congressional districts in all 50 states are available from the Economic Policy Institute:

Supplemental Table A: Jobs displaced due to trade deficits with Mexico, by congressional district, 2010 [PDF] [Excel]

Supplemental Table B: Jobs displaced due to trade deficits with Mexico, by congressional district, 2010 [PDF] [Excel]

Jobs displaced due to trade deficits with Mexico
By Pennsylvania congressional district, 2010

State Congressional district Net jobs displaced Total district employment** Share of district employment
Pennsylvania 1 800 236,500 0.34%
Pennsylvania 2 600 237,200 0.25%
Pennsylvania 3 1,500 293,100 0.51%
Pennsylvania 4 1,600 309,200 0.52%
Pennsylvania 5 1,500 287,500 0.52%
Pennsylvania 6 1,700 356,800 0.48%
Pennsylvania 7 1,000 332,400 0.30%
Pennsylvania 8 1,600 339,800 0.47%
Pennsylvania 9 1,300 301,000 0.43%
Pennsylvania 10 1,100 296,700 0.37%
Pennsylvania 11 1,000 308,200 0.32%
Pennsylvania 12 1,400 269,300 0.52%
Pennsylvania 13 1,200 311,500 0.39%
Pennsylvania 14 900 265,700 0.34%
Pennsylvania 15 1,700 341,800 0.50%
Pennsylvania 16 1,600 334,000 0.48%
Pennsylvania 17 1,500 325,300 0.46%
Pennsylvania 18 1,600 319,300 0.50%
Pennsylvania 19 1,700 358,600 0.47%
Pennsylvania Statewide 26,300 5,825,300 0.45%

* Totals vary slightly due to rounding errors.               
** Average employment by congressional district in 2005-07.  Analysis based on pooled, three-year times series data from the U.S. Census American Community Survey, as described in Scott (2010b, Appendix).

Source: EPI analysis of U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. International Trade Commission, and Bureau of Labor Statistics data