Gross domestic product, personal income and adjusted employment data by state - This U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis website links to five data categories:
- Real and nominal output by state and by industry. Per capita GDP by state. Also, gross state product from the income side including: total compensation of employees, gross operating surplus, and taxes on production and imports.
- Gross domestic product by metro area, with detail.
- Quarterly state person income, with detail.
- Annual state personal income and (adjusted) employment. Includes earnings by industry, compensation of employees by industry, full-time and part-time employment by industry, transfer receipts, property income, farm income, and personal taxes. Note: These employment figures are more comprehensive than other employment figures – they better take into account military employment, employment in religious organizations, self-employment, farm workers, and other categories not covered by state unemployment insurance.
- Local area personal income and employment. The above notes on employment apply.
Consumer Price Index - The most commonly used measure of inflation. Price indexes for the U.S., Census regions, size of city, with cross-classifications of regions and size classes, with 26 local area indexes.
Monthly/annual employment - Data from the Mississippi Department of Employment Security publication "Annual Averages" includes both residential- and establishment-based employment, unemployment rates, and civilian labor force for counties, metropolitan areas, and the state.
Tax statistics - Tax data, including annual and monthly tax reports.
Interest rates - Various interest rates from the Federal Reserve. Updated daily.
County Business Patterns - Estimates of county-level economic activity. Site allows users to specify geographic area of interest. Lag of two years.
Gaming - Click on reports. See also Department of Revenue data. Several reports, including tax receipts, gross revenue, and quarterly survey results.