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View Resource Occupational Wages from Nine Census Divisions, 1999

Several new items were released this week by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, and this one resource of the four (available in .pdf format) might be particularly interesting to researchers. New 1999 occupational wages data from nine regions, including the Middle Atlantic, Mountain, Pacific, and New England, can be accessed from the third URL.
View Resource New Releases from Small Area Income and Poverty Estimates

In August, the US Census Bureau released newly-compiled data on income and poverty as part of the Small Area Income and Poverty Estimates (SAIPE) program. The aim of the program is to provide more current estimates of selected income and poverty statistics than the most recent decennial census by using data from states, counties, and school districts. The newest data tables online from SAIPE are...
View Resource The Big Payoff: Educational Attainment and Synthetic Estimates of Work-Life Earnings

While one has undoubtedly heard or seen such statistics before, they aren't always at hand when you need them. Released by the Public Information Office of the US Census Bureau, The Big Payoff is a readily absorbed reference item for anyone looking to quantify and/or justify academic achievement. Drawing on statistics taken from the 2000 census, the brief clearly demonstrates the direct...
View Resource Federal Statistical Office of Germany

With over 2,800 employees, the Federal Statistical Office of Germany collects and processes statistical information for the country out of their three main offices in Weisbaden, Bonn, and Berlin. From their home page, individuals can access dozens of summary statistical tables dealing with almost every aspect of the country, including employment rates, education, environment, transport, foreign...