The 2007 Economic Census does not provide information on the following items.
The economic census publishes data on employees by occupation for selected industries as a special inquiry, but are not available for all industries.
Information on small business size standards based on North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) classification codes may be obtained from the Small Business Administration (SBA).
The Census Bureau collects and publishes data about business activity. The Census Bureau does not forecast or project business activity nor trends.
There are data on births and deaths in Statistics of U.S. Businesses. However, "death" does not distinguish between closures and failures.
The Small Business Administration has resources for business planning.
The Census Bureau is not permitted to release information about individual persons or businesses including name, address and industry classification.
The Center for Economic Studies does allow for some approved research projects using individual data records.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics releases information about consumer spending.
The Census Bureau does not publish data on offshore outsourcing.