Regional Economic Data



California Economic Snapshot


For the latest economic snapshot from The California Academy for Economic Development, please view the latest report California Economic Snapshot (Q2 2016) to view data on:
  • Annual Nonfarm job Growth
  • Annual Industry Segment Job Growth
  • Annual Major Sector Job Growth
  • Annual Job Gains and Losses
  • Annual Average Unemployment Rate
  • Metropolitan Area and Non-Metropolitan County Annual Nonfarm Job Growth
Monterey Bay Region Cluster Mapping

The U.S. Cluster Mapping site, provided Harvard Business School's Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness in partnership with the U.S. Department of Commerce and U.S. Economic Development Administration, provides data on industry clusters and business environments for regions around the country.

Click on the links below to view the cluster mapping summary for our Monterey Bay Region The cluster mapping summaries provide information on the following (including but not limited to):
  • Performance and Drivers
    • Prosperity (Annual Wage, Employment, Poverty Rate, Innovation, Establishments)
    • Business Environment (Venture Capital, Educational Attainment, Cluster Strength, Manufacturing Intensity)
    • Demographics & Geography
  • Cluster Portfolio
    • Traded clusters
    • Traded vs. Local Clusters
    • Top Clusters by Employment
    • Patents by Organization
Regional Data

The MBEP team aggregated key economic indicators from publicly available sources to provide you with a spreadsheet for your own use (Updated: January 2017 with latest data available). The data is available by county and by city (where available).

The following data and more is included in the spreadsheet available for download here (or click on image below):
  • Demographics (Sex, Age, Race, etc.)
  • Population (historical, current and projections through 2060)
  • Social (Households, Marital Status, Place of birth, School Enrollment, Immigration, etc.)
  • Education (school enrollment by education level, including projections)
  • Educational Attainment
  • Economics (Employment Status, Commuting, Industry Employment, Income)
  • Labor Markets (Labor Force, Employment, Unemployment, Industry Employment/Establishments/Pay, etc.)
  • Wages (Occupational Employment Wages)
  • Employment and Economic Forecasts
  • Housing (Occupancy, Housing Tenure, Value, Mortgage Status, Gross Rent)
  • Housing Affordability (Median Price, Housing Needs Allocation, Housing Affordability Index)
  • Transportation (Means of transportation to work, travel time, number of vehicles, earnings by transportation)
  • Broadband (Internet subscription types, internet speeds, etc.)
  • Tourism (Travel Spending, Travel-Generated Employment, Visitor Spending, Industry Earnings by Travel Spending, etc.)
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The California Housing Partnership Corporation (CHPC) Mapping Tool is an interactive and easy-to-use resource that allows users to map California’s affordable subsidized housing. Bringing together property-level information with useful data on poverty, renter cost burdens, and distance to mass transit, the tool is practical resource for local governments, housing authorities, and interested nonprofit and community organizations committed to tracking and preserving affordable housing in their region.

The California Housing Partnership Corporation is a private nonprofit organization dedicated to assisting government agencies and nonprofit housing organizations expand and preserve the supply of affordable housing. They provide financial consulting, training, policy research and advocacy leadership to partner agencies throughout California. For more information about CHPC, visit www.chpc.net.


 
U.S. Census QuickFacts

The U.S. Census provides an interactive table that provides statistics for cities, states and counties which can be viewed here for the Monterey Bay Region.