U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics The Bureau of Labor Statistics is the principal fact-finding agency for the Federal Government in the field of labor economics and statistics.
Union Stats Union membership data compiled from the Current Population Survey. National, state, and metro area estimates.
National Bureau of Economic Research Excellent source of historical economic and trade data, as well as some series on health care and vital statistics.
Federal Reserve Board Links to current and historical statistical series, reports and data associated with FRB surveys such as the Survey of Consumer Finances and Survey of Small Business Finances.
State and Local Area Personal Income State, county, and MSA personal income, including per capita income back to 1969. Produced by the Bureau of Economic Analysis.
Small Area Income and Poverty Estimates Estimates on number of families and children living in poverty, median household incomes. Most estimates are available for states, counties, and school districts. Produced by the U.S. Census Bureau.
Consumer Expenditure Survey Survey conducted by the Census Bureau on the buying habits and expenditures of households. Data are collected by a quarterly interview survey and weekly diary survey (mutually exclusive samples). Many summary tables are produced (by year, limited geographic areas, household characteristics), and you can create custom tables on the site.
World Development Indicators World Development Indicators allows you to select from a wide range of national demographic, environmental, and economic indicators.
World Income Inequality Database Indicators measuring inequality (including Gini coefficients) in over 150 countries, including those with transitional and developing economies.