ETI Maps of Purchasing Power Density for the 100 Largest Metro Areas

The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Employment and Training Institute provides comparison data on purchasing power, business activity, and workforce density for all residential ZIP codes and the 100 largest metro areas in the U.S. The profiles are designed to help cities, businesses, developers, and organizations assess the advantages of urban density for underserved city neighborhoods.

The ETI Purchasing Power Profiles provide estimates of expenditures by neighborhood for 16 categories of expenditures. Maps showing the density of spending by census block group are available for FOOD AT HOME and APPAREL AND RELATED SERVICES for each of the 100 largest metro areas in the U.S. through the links below.

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Free Purchasing Power Profiles, Business Activity, and Workforce Density Data Available Online

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Page updated October 20, 2004
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