Environics Analytics is pleased to announce that all Pop-Facts reports have been updated with 2019 data.
Additionally, the Business-Facts and Workplace Business & Employment reports have been updated and rebranded as BusinessProfiles and EmploymentProfiles reports. Report variables will be consistent with the 2018 version:
|2018 Business Report||2019 Business Report|
|Business-Facts Summary - 3 Digit NAICS Summary||BusinessProfiles – Major Sectors|
|Business-Facts Summary - Construction and Manufacturing NAICS Summary||BusinessProfiles - Construction and Manufacturing Sectors|
|Business-Facts Summary - Retail NAICS Summary||BusinessProfiles – Retail Sector|
|Business-Facts Summary - Business Summary (Occupation)||Discontinued with the 2019 vintage|
|Business-Facts Summary - Healthcare NAICS||BusinessProfiles – Healthcare Sector|
|Business-Facts Summary - Services NAICS||BusinessProfiles – Services Sectors|
|Business-Facts Summary - Workplace Business and Employment||EmploymentProfiles – Employment by NAICS|
A 2019 vintage option for these reports is now available on the Select Reports page, along with the 2018 vintage option. The 2017 vintage has been removed.
In the coming months, we’ll post 2019 vintage reports from other data sources, such as Consumer Buying Power.
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