United States Income and Poverty

The U.S. Census Bureau collects and publishes data and estimates each year related to economic trends and how they affect the economic well being of individuals, families and households. Census Bureau’s report on income and poverty in United States is based upon the 2018 and earlier current population survey (CPS) as well as Annual Social … Read more

US civilian Labor force

Civilian Non-institutional Labor Force in United States 1990-2018. The labor force is a subset of population that includes non-institutional people 16 and older, not in the military, and who are working or looking for work. The size of civilian non institutional labor force in United States was 162.1 million in 2018, rising from 160 million in … Read more

African Americans in the U.S. labor Force

Share of the African Americans in the US population has kept rising. They are a significant part of the civilian non institutional population and constitute a major share of the U.S. labor force. Data on the participation of African Americans in the US labor force was first collected in the year 1972. Then they were … Read more

Employment in the e-commerce industry

Employment in  the E-commerce Industry The U.S. e-commerce industry has grown fast in size in recent years and so has the number of jobs in it. Hundreds of thousands of workers are fulfilling orders in the e-commerce industry. Online shopping trends and the number of online shoppers has grown, and with it has the number … Read more