metropolitan statistical area


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metropolitan statistical area

See metropolitan area.

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Unemployment Rate in Little Rock-North Little Rock-Conway, AR Rate by Metropolitan Statistical Area 1992 6.4% Jan.
From 2008-2011 to 2012-2015, the percentage of visits for acute viral upper respiratory tract infection that had an antimicrobial ordered or prescribed decreased from 37.1% to 25.5% among emergency departments (EDs) located in nonmetropolitan statistical areas, but this decline was not seen among EDs in metropolitan statistical areas. In 2008-2011, the percentage was higher among nonmetropolitan EDs than metropolitan EDs, but there was no difference in 2012-2015.
Best-performing metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs), low-priced homes, over the last one-year period (through 6/30/16)
In addition the service will be available in parts of the Akron metropolitan statistical area (MSA), including Cuyahoga Falls, Fairlawn, Kent, Munroe Falls, Silver Lake and Stow.
[GRAPHICS OMITTED] Payroll Employment by Metropolitan Statistical Area (c) Employment growth (percent change) 1990-2000 2000-2004 1990-2004 U.S.
The authors combine data on metropolitan statistical area (MSA) AIDS prevalence rates with annual 1987-2001 Current Population Survey (CPS) and quadrennial 19882000 National Sample Survey of Registered Nurses (SRN) data.
* The use of Metropolitan Statistical Area as the standard tool for analysis, as opposed to the Metropolitan Statistical Area, Consolidated Metropolitan Statistical Area and/or the Primary Metropolitan Statistical Area under the old system.
In September 2005 the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council will release the annual summary statistical reports for each lender and an aggregate report for each Metropolitan Statistical Area. Concurrently, staff of the Federal Reserve Board will publish an article analyzing the 2004 data in the Federal Reserve Bulletin.
The 2000 standards and the latest population update have resulted in five counties being dropped from metropolitan statistical areas, while another 41counties that had been a part of a metropolitan statistical area have had their statistical status changed and are now components of micropolitan statistical areas.
A new survey from chip maker Intel has shown that the city in America that has the best market for wireless Internet accessibility is the San Francisco Bay Area Metropolitan Statistical Area.
The recommendations, issued following the 11 September terrorist attacks, include more coordinated and proactive communications with the general public concerning airport security, facilities, and service changes; addressing issues relating to enhanced air cargo development; advocating the retention of the Washington/Baltimore region's designation as a Consolidated Metropolitan Statistical Area (CMSA) for marketing BWI to airlines; reducing luggage delivery time on arrival to 20 minutes; improving roadway signs and enhancing aesthetics in the BWI Business and Hotel District; planing and building a new interchange at MD 295 and Hanover Road and developing a final plan for a People Mover system and an Intermodal Transportation Centre at BWI.
Using Baltimore's Camden Yards ballpark as an example, he said it cost, on average, $14 a year per person in the metropolitan statistical area. "If that's worth it to you, then you should support it."

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