ETI Purchasing Power, Business Activity, and Workforce Density Profiles for All Residential ZIP Codes in U.S.

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.


Purchasing Power, Business Activity, and Workforce Density Profiles for Residential ZIP Codes

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

  • For further background on the ETI Purchasing Power/Workforce Density Project, see www.uwm.edu/Dept/ETI/PurchasingPower/purchasing.htm

  • To access purchasing power maps of "food at home" and of "apparel and related services" by census block group for each of the 100 largest metro areas, go to the ETI Metro Maps Page.

  • To access data on purchasing power, business activity, and workforce density per square mile for any of the 100 largest metro in the U.S., go to the ETI Metro Areas Data Page.

  • To access data on purchasing power and workforce density per square mile for any Census tract in the U.S., go to the ETI Census Tract Data Page.

  • For a discussion of the methodology used, see ETI Methodology Page.

  • To make your own maps, download free shapefiles and business, household/income, and workforce census databases from the U.S. Data Downloads Page

  • For further information, contact John Pawasarat at pawasara@uwm.edu.

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