Business Demographics 2009 - Now available with the 2007 Business Census Data, 2009 Estimates, and 2014 Projections
Get all the Business and Demographic Data you need on one DVD. This is the essential business database for making sound business decisions. With Business Demographics 2009 you get the most recent business and population data, coupled with easy exports and built-in mapping software for mapping trends and business markets.
Business Demographics 2009 is from the most up-to-date, trusted sources and includes the 2000 Population Census, the 2007 Business Census, 2009 Population Estimates, 2009 and 2014 Consumer Expenditures, and 2014 Population Projections. Data is available for the nation, state, county, and zip code. It is easily exportable for use in your own spreadsheets, statistical programs, or mapping software.
The Census 2000 dataset is from the US Census Bureau 2000 SF3 (Long Form) and includes information on age, sex, race, marital status, households, language, citizenship status, transportation, school enrollment, education, employment, occupation, industry, disabilities, poverty status, income, housing, rent, mortgage status, and much more. If you want to know the details about the American population, there is no better source the Census 2000 Long Form, the most comprehensive dataset of its kind in the US.
The business data is from the US Department of Commerce, County and Zip Code Business Patterns database. Industries include: forestry, fishing, hunting, & agriculture; mining; utilities; construction; manufacturing; wholesale trade; retail trade; transportation & warehousing; information; finance & insurance; real estate, rental, & leasing; professional, scientific, & technical services; management of companies & enterprises; administrative, support, waste management & remediation services; educational services; health care & social assistance; arts, entertainment, & recreation; accommodation & food services; and much more.
The Estimates and Projections are estimated datasets derived from the US Census Bureaus 2000 Census data, as well its annual county and state population estimates. It includes variables such as age, race, sex, household type and size, income, and more.
The Consumer Expenditures gives you household spending patterns based on the Consumer Expenditure Survey.