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From the USDA's Economic Research Service, the fact sheets "provide information on population, income, poverty, food security, education, employment, organic agriculture, farm characteristics, farm financial indicators, top commodities, and agricultural exports."
From the Council of Economic Advisers for the Joint Economic Committee, provides economic information on gross domestic product, income, employment, production, business activity, prices, money, credit, security markets, Federal finance, and international statistics.
"The Economic Report of the President is an annual report written by the Chair of the Council of Economic Advisers. An important vehicle for presenting the Administration’s domestic and international economic policies, it provides an overview of the nation's economic progress with text and extensive data appendices.'
The NAICS is the standard used by Federal statistical agencies in classifying business establishments for the purpose of collecting, analyzing, and publishing statistical data related to the U.S. business economy.
From the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the Occupational Outlook Handbook is a comprehensive guide to career information about hundreds of occupations. Includes projections of growth rates and number of new jobs within each occupational field.
From the Bureau of Transportation Statistics and the Federal Highway Administration. The survey, most recently taken in 2009, collected information on both long-distance and local travel by Americans. Some more recent data is also becoming available.