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Business and Employment Statistics

A. Business Statistics

  1. U.S. Census Bureau Economic Programs
    • County Business Patterns (CBPs) updated annually as statistical measures,
      or view the County Business Patterns as GeoSpatial Maps
    • Manufacturing and Construction Data, with many data sets updated monthly,
      PLUS the Annual Survey of Manufacturers

      Total number of establishmentS (in Ks)
      Number with 20 employees or more
      Payroll by dollars (in Ms)
      Number production workers
      Total dollar wages for production workers
      Dollar value added by manufacture
      Cost of materials
      Value of shipments
      Dollar new capital expenditures

      textile mill products;
      apparel and other textile products;
      lumber and wood products,
      furniture and fixtures;
      paper and allied products;
      drugs, chemicals and petroleum products
      printing and publishing;
      stone, clay and glass products;
      fabricated metal products machinery except electrical;
      electric and electronic equipment,
      instrument and related products
      beer, wine, misc non-durable goods

    • Service Annual Survey of the private non-good producing industries which account for approximately 70% of total economic activity in the United States. These non-good producing industries include Wholesale and Retail trade, and the service industries.

      Number of establishments (by Zip code)
      Payroll by dollar
      Number of production workers
      Total dollar wages
      Number, un-incorporated individual ownership
         -- for total service industry

      Number of merchant wholesaler establishment
      Dollar sales
      Number of paid employees
      Number of establishments in service Types

      Hotels rooming, camping and lodging
      Automotive repair and parking,
      Amusement and recreation
      Health, Medical and Social Services
      Legal and accounting
      Motion picture, museum, Educational services
      Management and related

      (Non-employer Statistics)

      Data by zip-code area
         Establishments with and without payroll
         By kind of business
      (Employer Statistics)
      Statistics by selected retail business
         Major retail centers in counties
         Places with 2500 people or more
         Places with 350 or more retail firms
  2. FDIC Research & Analysis
    • Data by branch, town
    • Deposits in banks, savings and loans, credit unions by branch, town, city, county, state.
  3. OECD Semi-Annual Report {Interim}
    • Forecasts 18 months forward, providing detailed economic projections for the major seven (G7) economies and the OECD area as a whole
    • Analyses recent developments and focuses on policy actions required to foster a sustained recovery.
  4. EconoMagic Economic time series page

B. Employment Statistics

  1. Connecticut Department of Labor Labor Market Information
    • Presents labor statistics statewide and for Connecticut's nine (9) labor market areas(LMAs) including a montly report on the Labor Situation, with detail by industry, including weekly and hourly earnings for the labor force, and
    • statistics on total employment and the unemployment rate,
    • with an explanatory article and summary of highlights for each LMA.
    • to contact LMI Research Office, send email or call (860) 263-6275.
  2. Connecticut Department of Labor Research : Benchmarking Growth in Demand-Driven Labor Markets, 2006

  3. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
  4. New York City Commission on Human Rights
    • for clear statements on protection on your rights.

    Webpage updated March 15, 2013