A quarterly publication reviewing economic data for the six New England states and the region as a whole. Data include labor market conditions, income, consumer prices, real estate, merchandise exports, electricity sales, state revenues, and economic activity.
An online resource with data and charts on key economic indicators, the region’s demography, the banking system, and state government finances. These data describe long-term trends.
Labor Market Trends in Massachusetts Regions (2012)
The Center and Commonwealth Corporation are developing reports that profile eight regional labor markets within the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Using the most recent data available, each profile provides a detailed picture of a region’s current and future labor supply, as well as information about labor demand in that region over the past decade. These profiles are designed to help guide workforce development professionals, policy makers, and civic, education, and business leaders as they make decisions about education and training opportunities.
New England City Data
A powerful, time-saving, easy-to-use tool that uses 2000 and 2009 census data to compare the demographic characteristics of lower-income and higher-income areas within New England