DATA USA from Deloitte and MIT Labs pulls data from a variety of public US Government recourses to show summaries of towns, universities, occupations, industries and more. From the website:
Our team, comprised of economists, data scientists, designers, researchers and business executives, worked for over a year with input from policymakers, government officials and everyday citizens to develop Data USA, the most comprehensive website and visualization engine of public US Government data. Data USA tells millions of stories about America. Through advanced data analytics and visualization, it tells stories about: places in America—towns, cities and states; occupations, from teachers to welders to web developers; industries--where they are thriving, where they are declining and their interconnectedness to each other; and education and skills, from where is the best place to live if you’re a computer science major to the key skills needed to be an accountant.
Look up a summary of Dominican University of California, what is the usage of Nonmedical Pain Reliever Usage by State, what does it mean to have a General Psychology degree, what's going on in the Manufacturing industry, and much more.
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