Private and public sector union membership; Estimates by state, industry and occupation.
Profiles of all cities and small towns in U.S. Gives population characteristics, median income, home values, rent, crime rates.
Source for population, housing and economy by geographic location.
Provides official statistical information produced by the Federal Government
Small business statistics by state.
U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission (www.sec.gov/edgar)
Oversees key participants in the securities world. Documents include annual and 10-k reports.
Provides statistics on the Hampton Roads area.
Industry statistics every five years for U.S., states, metro areas, counties, and cities.
Thomas Register of American Manufacturers (thomasnet.com)
Identifies over 100,000 U.S. manufacturing & service companies by product category and by company name.
Includes personnel, traffic figures, airfield data, cargo and passenger facilities.
Listings for over 32 million companies. Search by company name and filter by government contracts and/or suppliers.
Provides statistics on immigrants in each state.
From Dow Jones gives stock quotes from 2002-present.
Provides economic profiles for U.S. cities and towns. Gives demographic, labor force, poverty rate , and occupation information.
Browse by company name, ticker symbol, stock exchange, or industry.
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (bls.gov)
Contains a wide range of in the fields of labor & economics.
American City Business Journals (bizjournals.com)
Free articles with a local view from 40 metropolitan areas.
Annual data series covers businesses without paid employees. Most are self-employed individuals operating as sole proprietorships.
Provides $ monetary values and inflation rates from 1913-present.
Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service (coopercenter.org/)
Statistics for the state of Virginia giving local & regional profiles consisting of demographics, industries, economy, and expenditures.
PopNet. Population Reference Bureau. (prb.org/)
A database of statistical tables for demographic & socioeconomic data for 227 countries. Historical data is included.
Oil, gas, coal, electricity, & renewable energy statistics.
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (fdic.gov)
Banking statistics for U.S. financial institutions.
U.S. Geological Survey provides information on the current use & flow of minerals and materials in the U.S. and foreign countries. Includes historical statistics as well.
World Bank gives statistics on economic indicators, population, health, education, wealth, poverty, political participation, and sustainable energy. Data by individual country.
UN country profiles giving economic, demographic, social, environmental, and trade characteristics.
Provides U.S. data by location, education, industry. Statistics include wage survey by race, gender, and ethnicity; poverty by age and gender; occupations most common by location, most specialized and highest paid occupations;
most common college majors & highest number of people in majors; healthcare- clinicians to patient ratios and disease profiles.
This is a portal to sites with statistical data or sites with topics related to statistical data. Sites include CIA World Fact Book, UNdata (UN), Monthly Bulletin of Statistics online, UNESCO Country Profiles, Doing Business Rankings, and more.
Provides comparisons of 305 countries in 27 categories.