The Bureau of Labor Statistics collects statistics on all aspects of the employment status of the U.S. economy. Economic statistics are also collected, thus resulting in the data found in the Consumer Expenditure Survey and American Time Use Survey.
This website is managed by the International Trade Administration along with other government agencies.
The U.S. Census Bureau has a wealth of very high quality demographic information that can be valuable in market research.
Below are links to the main website of the Census Bureau and to specific access points of it.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, a part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, provides statistics on its website. Explore its website and check out the links to the specific website sections below.
Below are access points for data, statistics, and/or other research for some of the other U.S. Executive Departments and cabinet-level offices.
Use the links below to search for government resources.
The book below is in the Ready Reference collection of the Columbia College library. It guides you to government resources on the Web.