Nonemployer Statistics for Peer Metros
Nonemployer statistics for the Kansas City MSA and its Peer Metros. Businesses without paid employees subject to federal income tax. Data are from 1997 to 2009. Current data with additional peer metros is found on the Employment & Business webpage.
Wage Survey for the Kansas City Metro Area
National Compensation Survey US Bureau of Labor Statistics surveys for the Kansas City MSA for 1998 and 2000 through 2010.
With the enactment of the Federal Government's 2011 budget, the Locality Pay Survey (LPS) portion of the National Compensation Survey (NCS) was eliminated. For more information on locality pay for metropolitan areas, please see the Bureau of Labor Statistics website– What is the status of Locality Pay Surveys (LPS) at http://www.bls.gov/ncs/faq.htm#faqc.
Metro Area Exports
This database is the US Census Bureau's Exporter Location (EL) series, and runs from 1993 to 1999. It allocates exports based on the location of the exporter of record, not necessarily the entity that produced the merchandise.
Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) - Special Tabulation
These tabulations were funded by a consortium of federal agencies, rather than as a standard Census product. The data are similar to a combination of the 1990 Census/EEO File and the 1990 Census/EEO Supplemental Tabulations. They serve as the primary external benchmark for comparing race, ethnicity, and sex composition of an organization's workforce and the external labor market, within a specified geography and job category.
Historical County Decennial Population 1810 to 1990 (42k, posted here 04/19/16)
Includes the Census Bureau Decennial population numbers for Kansas and Missouri and their counties.
Demographic Highlights, 2010
The 2010 Demographic Highlights is the last data set in this series (non-Census Bureau source). Please note that these estimates were prepared prior to the 2010 Census.
All years include total population, households, families, population by race, population by age, median age, median household income, and median age of householder for all counties, census tracts and ZIP Codes in the Kansas City MSA. Also available:
The first release ever of daytime population estimates from the US Census Bureau has several limitations. Primarily, the data show only workers age 16 and over who commute to work during daytime hours; commuting at other hours, or for other reasons (school, shopping) is not included. Therefore, the data cannot be compared to commuting patterns using the Census Transportation and Planning Package. Areas include the US, Kansas, Missouri, the MSA, the CSA, and Douglas County, as well as cities with either 2,500 workers living or working there.
Homeless and Emergency Assistance, 2005
The Mid America Assistance Coalition's (MAAC) Annual Statistical Report. MAAC's reports for 2004 and 2003 are also available. MAAC's mission is to strengthen social service agencies in serving their constituents through information systems, training, and advocacy. MAACLink is an innovative software system designed for novices and intended to meet the needs of users short of resources, while maintaining strict data standards and extensive reporting requirements. This report appears to be the last one produced by MAAC.
American Housing Survey, 2011
The American Housing Survey (AHS) is a longitudinal housing unit survey conducted biennially in odd-numbered years. It provides current information on a wide range of housing subjects, including size and composition of the nation’s housing inventory, vacancies, physical condition of housing units, characteristics of occupants, indicators of housing and neighborhood quality, mortgages and other housing costs, persons eligible for and beneficiaries of assisted housing, home values, and characteristics of recent movers. This is the first time since 2002 that the Kansas City Metropolitan Area has been included in the AHS.
American Housing Survey - Kansas City Profile, 2011
The Kansas City Profile was published by the Census Bureau in July 2013. A brief announcement and analysis of the profile by the Bureau shows no significant statistical differences in the median price of Kansas City homes and the national median. Nor are there significant differences in what we pay for real estate taxes and utilities. We do have significantly more central air conditioning, more carbon monoxide detectors and use more natural gas than the nation as a whole.
The Kansas City metropolitan area was not included in the 2013 American housing Survey.