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Library resources for BUS5 classes.

FedStats

FedStats is a comprehensive database that links searches to statistics departments of every federal agency.

Labor Statistics

The Bureau of Labor Statistics is the principal fact-finding agency for the federal government in the broad field of labor, economics, and statistics. It provides data on employment, wages, inflation, productivity, and many other topics.

Bureau of Economic Analysis

The Bureau of Economic Analysis has statistics on the economy from a national, regional and international perspective. The Bureau also produces the Survey of Current Business which has articles and statistics concerning the state of business in the U.S.

Outsourcing Data

International Statistics

A good source of international statistics can be found in an individual country's statistical agency. The U.S. Census Bureau links to statistical agencies in international countries.

The United Nations also provides economic databases that reflect the population, education and economic growth of a country or region.

Quick Census Facts by Zip Code, County or State

Census

The Census Bureau as an agency of the Department of Commerce collects data not only on the population but also on the economy.  The Business and Industry section of the Census Bureau reports on economic indicators, county business patterns, American Survey of Manufacturers, etc. 

RAND Statistics

RAND presents federal and California business and economic statistics in an easy to use format.  Included are statistics on trade, construction and real estate, inflation, consumer price, airlines statistics and many other valuable resources.

California Population Statistics

The California Department of Finance is responsible for reporting the demographics of the state.

California Economic Indicators

California Economic Indicators is a bimonthly summary of economic trends and data relating to the State of California.

Google Search Tip

Sometimes it's difficult to locate the statistic you want on a website. Google can help.

Just type your search term in the Google search box ("unemployment rate," for example) then type site: and the address of the website you're searching (for example, "unemployment rate site:www.bls.gov").

Google will search only that site for your search term, helping you locate the numbers you need. And if you're not sure of which site to search, you can search on just a domain, site:gov for example.

Other Sites

Google Book Search

Google Books searches thousands of scanned books. Use the find in a library tab to the right of the book title to discover which library has a print copy of a specific individual book.

Google Book Search