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Census Bureau statistics are now organized by themes, or topics, making it easier for you to find what you need. Each topic and subtopic lists associated data, news, and more.
Businesses are the pulse of our economy and serve as important barometers of the economic health of the economy.
Business and Owner Characteristics
Businesses and their owners are as diverse as the people of this nation. Understanding these details are essential to interpreting our national economy
Business and Workforce Dynamics
Businesses and their workforces are continually expanding and contracting. Tracking these dynamics provides us with a better understanding of the U.S. economy.
The Economic Census is the official five-year measure of American businesses providing comprehensive statistics at the national, state, and local levels. Follow the 2022 Economic Census release schedule for additional information.
The Census Bureau produces monthly and quarterly snapshots of key sectors within the U.S. economy.
Expenses and Expenditures
Capital and Operating expenses provides detailed information on such items as structures, equipment, software, health insurance, R & D, and payroll.
Product inventories, including raw materials, partially finished products, and more.
The U.S. Census Bureau joins the celebration by providing a week's worth of rich content, including statistics that inform businesses and policymakers.
Measuring Technology and the Economy (Tech Stats)
Tech Stats centralizes Census Bureau data collections and research products that focus on technology and measuring technology's impact on the economy.
Sales, Receipts, Shipments, or Production
Information on sales and production over a given time period. View data from the monthly Economic Indicator in the Indicator briefing room.
Search or Browse for NAICS codes
The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) is the standard used by Federal statistical agencies in classifying business establishments.
Search or Browse for NAPCS codes
NAPCS is a comprehensive, market- or demand-based, hierarchical classification system for products (goods and services) that is not industry-of-origin based.
Use detailed statistics about U.S. businesses that are essential to help small businesses succeed and grow.
Public School System Finances
Teaching about Statistics
Emergency Management Events: Floods
Emergency Management Events: Hurricanes
Emergency Management Events: Pandemics
Emergency Management Events: Tornadoes
Emergency Management Events: Wildfires
Commuting (Journey to Work)
Employers: Private Sector
Employers: Public Sector
Equal Employment Opportunity Tabulation
Industry and Occupation
Labor Force Statistics
Public Sector Employment and Payroll
Work from Home
Families and Households
Grandparents and Grandchildren
Marriage and Divorce
Annual Capital Expenditures Survey (ACES)
Births and Deaths
Enhancing Health Data (EHealth) Program
Health Care and Social Assistance
Small Area Health Insurance Estimates (SAHIE)
New Housing (Construction)
Program Income and Public Assistance
Small Area Income & Poverty Estimates (SAIPE)
Supplemental Poverty Measure
Wealth and Asset Ownership
CPS ASEC Redesign and Processing Changes
Commodity Classification (Schedule B)
Foreign Trade Regulations (FTR)
Import and Export Data
Age and Sex
Computer and Internet Use
Older Population and Aging
Census of Governments
Congressional and Intergovernmental
Government Employee Retirement Systems
Government Employment & Payroll
Government Finances (Local Gov Finance/State Gov Finance)
Government Organization & Structure
Government Taxes (State Tax Collections/ Quarterly Tax Revenues)
Survey of State Government Research and Development (SGRD)
Voting and Registration
Behavioral Science Methods
Federal Statistical Research Data Centers
General Economic Research
Mortality Disparities in American Communities (MDAC)
Time Series and Seasonal Adjustment
America Counts: Stories
Tells the stories behind the numbers in a new inviting way. It features stories on various topics such as housing, employment and population.
Stats for Stories
Stats for Stories provides story ideas highlighting the Bureau's newsworthy statistics that relate to current events, observances, holidays, and anniversaries.
Facts for Features
Facts for Features consist of collections of statistics from the Census Bureau's demographic and economic subject areas.
Census Survey Explorer
Discover which surveys meet your criteria or needs. Search by topic, geography, and frequency of publication. This is a great place to jumpstart your research.