Economic Characteristics

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Per Capita Income Comparison


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What is the economic data?

Economic data are data describing the actual economy. It contains the employment status, unemployment rate, commuting to work, occupation & industry, income & benefit, health insurance, etc.

What is the unemployment rate?

The unemployment rate represents the number of unemployed people as a percentage of the civilian labor force. This is an important indicator to measure the job market, and it is also closely related to people's lives. The unemployment rate in an area not only reflects the health of the economy, but is also a key point of community stability.

What is the poverty rate?

The Census Bureau determines the income threshold for the poverty line based on factors such as income, and the size and composition of the family. If the income of an individual or family is below this line, then the individual or family is in poverty, and the ratio of this to the total is the poverty rate.

Where does the data come from?

The data comes from the 2016-2020 ACS 5-year estimated data. The Economic Census is the official survey of the nation's businesses and economy, conducted every five years by the United States Census Bureau.

What is the significance of economic data?

The economic data is very useful for individual businesses and companies to make decisions about business locations, capital investments, and product development.


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