The Commerce Department's Bureau of Economic Analysis provides National Accounts information, including the GDP, national income, personal income, and international accounts (balance of payments and trade statistics).
This video provides an example of how to search for an annual report and a proxy statement using the SEC Edgar web site
This site privdes a searchable database of business opportunites available through federal government contracts.
O*Net is an online database of information pertaining to current occupations available to citizens, including detailed descriptions of occupations, prospective wages and salaries for those occupations, and geographic location for the best prospects.
The Occupational Outlook Handbook is a compendium of occupational information, including educational requirements, prospects and salaries for occupations in the United States.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago provides access to banking, finance and economic information, including economic research publications.
This is the web portal for the Federal Reserve Bank in the United States.
This site provides access to current and past economic indicators, including the GDP, employment, unemployment, wages, CPI, PPI, income, money, credit, security markets, and finance.
This site provides online access to this weekly publication from the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. The data provided is cogent and is also the most recent released by the Federal Reserve System of the United States.
This is the complete web version of the North American Industrial Classification System (NAICS). This is a system of classification of current United States business statistics according to industry or type of business.
This site, provided by OSHA, provides web access to the Standard Industrial Classification System which was a system for classification of United States business statistics until it was replaced by the NAICS.
This is the government agency that regulates and oversees the securities (stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and etf's) markets.
This is the web portal for the federal government agency that oversees the regulation of the commodity futures and options markets in the United States.
This is the web portal of the U.S. Commerce Department's International Trade Administration.
This site provides access to the International Trade Administration's database of tariffs, import, and export information.
The Federal Trade Commission site provides resources for consumer information from the federal government.
This executive agency web site provides information pertaining to labor topics including wages, health plans, unemployment insurance, occupational information and labor market information for the entire United States.
This web site, maintained by Economic and Statistics Administration, provides quick access to the major economic indicators of the U.S. economy.
This is the web site of the CEA that advises the President of the United States on economic matters.
This site, produced by Michigan State University, provides information pertaining to international business, including information about doing business in most of the countries throughout the world.