You may have heard the news last week that SiteSeer is soon updating its data to reflect the 2020 U.S. Census. As such, we wanted to release our newest iteration of our semi-annual population study.
We might sound like a broken record, but if you’ve been keeping up with SiteSeer’s blog for a while now, you know that in good times, bad times or uncertain times, our advice is the same: do your research.
People in the U.S. are on the move always! With our recent annual/semi-annual population data update last month, we give you our latest study of population change in metro and micro areas between October 2021 and October 2022.
If you’ve been following the SiteSeer blog for a while, you might recall a post we wrote this time six years ago. It was not long after the 2016 Presidential election, and Hilary Clinton had just lost to Donald Trump…despite what the polls said leading up to the election.
Here’s a scenario we’ve seen a lot here at SiteSeer: an entrepreneur starts a business. Maybe it’s a retail business of some kind—a boutique clothing store, an ice cream shop, a bike shop—or maybe it’s a restaurant.
In March 2020, SiteSeer published its follow-up blog on the fastest-growing large micropolitan areas in the United States between the end of 2017 and the end of 2019.
States have been opening up in the last couple of weeks, which means some people are able to return to work. But are there jobs still there for them, or have them been eliminated entirely? The unemployment numbers this week (and in the weeks to come) might tell part of the story.