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  • Bureau of Labor Statistics: National Compensation Survey: Ohio
    NCS provides comprehensive measures of occupational earnings; compensation cost trends, benefit incidence, and detailed plan provisions. Detailed occupational earnings are available for metropolitan and non-metropolitan areas, broad geographic regions, and on a national basis.
    >>Click on TXT or PDF link for “Youngstown – Warren – Boardman, OH-PA.”
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  • Census Bureau: Quarterly Workforce Indicators Online
    The state Labor Market Information (LMI) agencies supply key data from unemployment wage records and from businesses each quarter. The Census Bureau merges the data from the LMIs with current demographic information. Eight labor force indicators published in QWI Online include total employment, measures of change such as job flow, new hires, and separations, and average earnings.
  • Census Bureau: QWI Online (NAICS)
    Select a state from the table to access NAICS-based statistics:

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    • Under Age Group/Sex tab, select Year, Quarter, Sex, Age Group. Select Geographic Grouping (Country or Metro), then select individual county or metro area.
    • Under Education/Sex tab, select Year, Quarter, Sex, Education. Select Geographic Grouping (County or Metro), then select individual county or metro area.
    • Under Race/Ethnicity tab, select Year, Quarter, Race, Ethnicity. Select Geographic Grouping (County or Metro), then select individual county or metro area.
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  • Census Bureau: Statistics of U.S. Businesses
    Statistics of U.S. Businesses (SUSB) is an annual series that provides national and subnational data on the distribution of economic data by enterprise size and industry. SUSB covers most of the country’s economic activity. The series excludes data on nonemployer businesses, private households, railroads, agricultural production, and most government entities.
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  • Census Bureau: Survey of Business Owners
    The Survey of Business Owners (SBO) provides the only comprehensive, regularly collected source of information on selected economic and demographic characteristics for businesses and business owners by gender, ethnicity, race, and veteran status.
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    Select an individual county or city within Ohio to view people, business, and geography statistics.
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  • The Public Library of Youngstown & Mahoning County: Business & Investment Center
    The Business & Investment Center, located in the Information Services Department at the Main Library, is your source for information on business, finance, trade, demographics, import, export, marketing, and much more. The following databases may be of use to you when preparing your business plan:

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    • Business Insights Global (Remote access with Public Library barcode id#)
      A fully integrated resource that combines an international perspective and research tools to access case studies, statistical data sources, news articles, academic journals and topical reference materials organized by country, company and industry.
    • D&B Million Dollar Database (Remote access with Public Library barcode id#)
      Find potential customers and contacts from U.S. and international leading public and private businesses. Limit your search by specific geographic area, business type, sales volume, employee size and more. Company information includes addresses, phone and fax numbers, ticker symbols, key officers, company profiles, executive biographies, number of employees, sales, links to websites, etc.
    • DemographicsNow Library Edition (Remote access with Public Library barcode id#)
      Provides access to demographic data for all states that can generate maps and reports including information on consumer expenditures, population, income, race, housing, employment, and Mosaic cluster groups by various geographic breakdowns.  The Business & People module provides a comprehensive business and residential reference and research tool for information on over 23 million businesses and over 206 million people and 35 million households.
    • Gale Power Search 2.0 (Remote access with Public Library barcode id#)
      Simultaneously search: Gale Virtual Reference Library, General OneFile, Opposing Viewpoints Resource Center and InfoTrac Small Business Collection. Create an account, create search alerts and RSS feeds, download audio versions of articles in MP3 format, translate articles into 11 languages, and much more.
    • Local Market Audience Analyst (In library access only)
      Available as part of the Standard Rate & Data Service (SRDS). This database delivers accurate, up-to-date marketing and demographic information. You can search conveniently, create contact reports and obtain additional information with direct links to media kits and audit statements.
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  • State of the Cities Data System (SOCDS)
    The SOCDS provides data for individual Metropolitan Areas, Central Cities, and Suburbs. Information includes: detailed demographic and economic characteristics of the population from the 1970, 1980, 1990, & 2000 censuses; current employment statistics for city residents, including the latest available unemployment rates; information on jobs, business establishments, and average pay since the 1990s; data on violent and property crime rates collected by the FBI; information on local building permits; information on city and suburban government finances; and 1990 and 2000 Comprehensive Housing Affordability Strategy (CHAS) data.

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