• Economic Census: Measuring a Changing America

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    Economic Census: Measuring a Changing America

    When the Bureau of Economic Analysis reported strong increases in the Real Gross Domestic Product for the United States in the last two quarters of 2017, it signaled growth in the national economy.

    But what did these increases mean to your local economy and to the economies of communities across the country?  Where is this growth concentrated? In certain areas or distributed across all regions?  Where can data users turn for insight into their local economies?

    The answer: The Economic Census.

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    In January, the Census Bureau began rolling out state and local area data from the Economic Census. It is releasing the data on a state by NAICS sector basis through the fall.

    To keep users posted, the Census Bureau created this "What Has Been Released by State?" interactive visualization. It allows users to visualize this flow release and determine if sector data has been released for their state. The visualization also includes links to the Census Bureau's new data.census.gov dissemination platform.

    Gif of Econ State Data Release Visualization

    To learn more about the Economic Census data releases, changing geography, and changing industry, continue reading ...

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