Monthly Archives: March 2012

Start Here, Start Now: The 2012 Economic Census

By Jamie Faulkner Once every five years, the Census Bureau updates the nation’s most comprehensive measure of America’s business activity, capturing the statistics that shape the way we look at our economy. The 2012 Economic Census will provide detailed information … Continue reading

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Census Pop Culture Through the Decades

By Michael Snow In 2010, Betty White’s Saturday Night Live debut included a sketch where she played a census respondent to Tina Fey’s enumerator. This was not the first time the once-in-a-decade count has made its way into pop culture. … Continue reading

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U.S. Exports of Goods Continue to Grow

One of the primary tools of the National Export Initiative (NEI) is the U.S. merchandise trade statistics captured by the Foreign Trade Division of the U.S. Census Bureau. Examining the trade statistics provides a business with the information needed to … Continue reading

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