It is true that our specialty is demographics and census data. But we do have some data of the type you describe. Our general advice to users who come to us seeking detailed business data for Missouri, especially if they would like it to come with expertise on how to interpret and apply it, is to visit the MERIC
web site (linked to from the Navy blue nav box on most of our web pages - http://www.ded.mo.gov/researchandplanning/index.stm
). MERIC is part of the Missouri Dept of Economic Development and has extensive data holdings regarding Missouri's economy.
But we also have some useful data here on the MCDC site, especially at the county level. Perhaps our most useful resource in this regard is our applinks
utility, which provides a customized links page for a user-specified geography. The best way to access is via our Missouri County Data Map
-- even if you want data for Pennsylvania. You click on the map within the county of interest and this takes you to a menu page for that county. (It also contains links to Missouri and U.S. at the top and more links to other geographies at the bottom of the page). The pages/applications linked to from this page cover an array of topics. Check out Regional Economic Profiles
(current BEA REIS data), Stats Indiana USA Counties in Profile
, and (Missouri counties only) Location One
, an application running at the Department of Economic Development here in Missouri. A Missouri Social and Economic Profile
link takes you to a report that combines demographic, economic and other data designed to help community development specialists working for UM Extension to serve their clients. Note that you can follow the link at the top of the page to Missouri; this delivers an applinks menu page where you can access data for the state totals, and it also has links you can follow to get data at the county, place, ZIP and PUMA levels for the state. The place (city) level may be of particular interest since the applications available at this level include two that are not available at the county level: HUD's State of Cities Profile
, and the sprawling city-data.com profiles
, which include everything from photos of the town, the current weather, maps, charts, tables, and just about anything else that someone thinking of relocating to that town might be interested in.