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Enormous collection of quantitative facts about the United States, from the earliest times to the present. Also available in 5 print volumes. Alderman Library's copies cannot be checked out; the Law Library's can.
Compendium of demographic, economic, and social statistics for the United States. Includes statistics on foreign countries as well. Best one-stop shopping for summary statistics on the U.S. Older editions up to the year 2012 are freely available through the Census Bureau. Search VIRGO for print editions.
Covers U.S. government publications, state and private sources, and international organizations. Search on topics related to women, e.g. income inequality and women or abortion. See coverage specifics.
dataZoa is an online tool that provides users with drag-and-drop access to over 3 billion data series in economics, health, energy, demographics, finance, and more. Users can graze websites, such as the Bureau of Labor Statistics, UNdata, and Zillow and import data series into their own personal web-based account. dataZoa connections are live, so once a data series in selected, dataZoa will automatically import the most current data. Users also have the option of uploading and hosting their own original data. dataZoa can be used to view, analyze, share, download, and create charts and tabular displays. To get started, create a new account on the dataZoa website with your university email address.
From the US Census Bureau.For data and publications that cover women, see categories such as Educational Attainment, Families and Living Arrangements, Fertility, Labor, and Marriage and Divorce. (Sample publications in the Labor category: An Exploration of Labor Force Participation of New Mothers; The Characteristics of Employed Female Caregivers and their Work Experience History)
From the World Bank. This quick reference presents gender data for more than 200 economies in an easy country-by-country reference on demography, education, health, labor force, and political participation. The book’s summary pages cover regional and income group aggregates.