I need some advice on how to create the graph and what it might look like, suggestions on the presentation, and what notes it may/might contain. I am to create a graph that compares the categories from each file.
This file (U.S. Census Bureau Reports) contains reports generated from AMA's (American Marketing Association) website. AMA's website provides free demographical services where one can choose from a variety of criteria and generate reports based on the U.S. Census data. This particular file contains 4 reports: Census Overview, Census Employment, Census Trend, Census Population Detail based on the entire U.S.
This particular file (60614 Census Bureau Reports) contains 4 reports: Census Overview, Census Employment, Census Trend, Census Population Detail based on the U.S. zip code 60614.
Based on the research, what advice would I give for a possible business venture to pursue in zip code 60614 for scenario 1 or 2.
This particular file (Population Data) contains 4 reports: Census Overview, Census Employment, Census Trend, and Census Population Detail based on the U.S. zip code 60614. Document any assumptions or elaborations you had to make in the speaker's notes.
The academic affairs committee wants a recommendation on what new degree program should be pursued for the 60614 community.
The development company wants to know which type of businesses the stores should be leased to in the new 5-store strip mall in the 60614 community.
First, Let me adsress the two Scenarios that you provided in the posting.
Scenario 1: The New Degree Program-
A) If you look at the last page, the population detail page, you will see that 11.47% have some college but no degree, 40.52% of the population has a Bachelor's degree and another 27.55% have a graduate degree.
B) By looking at the employment page, you can see how the population is employed, by industry. When you do that you should be able to determine, by selecting categories and sorting, that most employment in this community is centered around business, finance, and retail industries.
C) From B then, and the data available to you in ...
This solution contains an in-depth analysis on the two scenarios presented in the question set in relation to the US. Census Bureau Reports.