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The NKY by the Numbers Data Collection

Northern Kentucky (NKY) is a geographical area that is not outlined on any map and does not have an official definition. Residents and those conducting business in Northern Kentucky use a variety of definitions to define the geography of NKY. Unless otherwise noted, on this site NKY is defined to include the seven (7) Kentucky counties included in the Cincinnati Metropolitan Statistical Area as defined by the U.S. Office of Management and Budget which include Boone, Bracken, Campbell, Gallatin, Grant, Kenton and Pendleton counties.

Advantages: most timely (released monthly)

Disadvantages: limited industry detail; geographic coverage limited to U.S., states and metropolitan areas

Advantages: Provides measures of labor force size and counts of the unemployed as well as employed. Geographic coverage includes U.S., states, metropolitan areas and counties.

Disadvantages: does not include any industry detail

Advantages: provides most comprehensive industry detail; coverage includes U.S., states, metropolitan areas and counties.

Disadvantages: issued quarterly with a 6-month lag

Texas leads nation in number of net new jobs from 2000-2013.

  • Annual Employment and Earnings Including Sole Proprietors (BEA) (coming soon)

Advantages: The BEA data set is the most comprehensive since it includes farm and non-farm sole proprietors as well as wage and salary employment

Disadvantages: issued annually with an 18-month lag

  • Annual County Business Patterns Including Number of Firms by Size (Census Bureau) (coming soon)

Advantages: Provides measures of the numbers of firms by employer size; geographic coverage includes U.S., states, metropolitan areas and counties; detailed industry

Disadvantages: published annually with an 18-month lag, consistent times series not as long as QCEW data

  • Annual Zip Business Patterns Including Number of Firms by Size (Census Bureau) (coming soon)

Advantages: Provides measures of the numbers of firms by employer size; only dataset to provide geographic coverage for Zip codes; detailed industry

Disadvantages: published annually with an 18-month lag, consistent times series not as long as QCEW data