The GDP per capita of Providence Metro Area (RI-MA) was $43,672 in 2016.

GDP

Real (inflation adjusted) GDP per Capita over time.

Change in GDP

Annual change in real GDP.

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is a measure of the value of all goods and services produced in a region minus the value of the goods and services used up in production. Real GDP is adjusted for changes in the value of money (inflation and deflation) so that values can be compared between years. Data is available for U.S. states and metropolitan areas.

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Economy and Gross Domestic Product Datasets Involving Providence Metro Area (RI-MA)

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    Transportation Fuels Production and Demand: Beginning 1993

    data.ny.gov | Last Updated 2018-11-14T23:03:54.000Z

    Transportation Fuels Production and Demand dataset provides the weekly volumes of gasoline demand for the U.S. and production of finished gasoline for both the East Coast and the U.S. in terms of thousand barrels per day. Weekly data on kerosene-type jet fuel production for both the East Coast and the U.S. is provided in terms of thousand barrels per day. Data is reported weekly starting in July 1993 through current.

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    Babies born on Medical Assistance (MA) with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) CY 2015- 2016 County Human Services

    data.pa.gov | Last Updated 2018-09-04T18:01:54.000Z

    This dataset contains the total counts of Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) babies born on to Medical Assistance (MA) by case county. The counts cover calendar years 2015 and 2016.

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    Individuals with Medical Assistance (MA) receiving Medical Assisted Treatment (MAT) CY 2015-2016 County Human Services

    data.pa.gov | Last Updated 2018-09-04T17:45:38.000Z

    This dataset contains the count of individuals with Medical Assistance coverage (MA) receiving any form of MAT (Medication assisted treatment) by case county. The counts cover calendar years 2015 and 2016.

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    Schedule A Part II: General Fund Revenues and Other Financing Sources

    data.mass.gov | Last Updated 2016-05-26T13:56:59.000Z

    The Annual City and Town Financial Report, Schedule A, is a year-end statement of revenues and other financing sources, expenditures and other financing uses, changes in fund balances, certain balance sheet and other information. Under state statute, the Director of Accounts is required to collect this information from all communities by October 31 each year. Part I is a report of all taxes, state aid and unrestricted local receipts, including all school related revenue, but exclusive of general and education offsets. All revenue is reported on a net basis, that is, after adjusting for refunds. Revenues are reported on a cash basis for all categories, with the exception of Real and Personal Property Taxes and Earnings on Investments.

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    Schedule A Part I: General Fund Revenues and Other Financing Sources

    data.mass.gov | Last Updated 2016-05-09T18:07:47.000Z

    The Annual City and Town Financial Report, Schedule A, is a year-end statement of revenues and other financing sources, expenditures and other financing uses, changes in fund balances, certain balance sheet and other information. Under state statute, the Director of Accounts is required to collect this information from all communities by October 31 each year. Part I is a report of all taxes, state aid and unrestricted local receipts, including all school related revenue, but exclusive of general and education offsets. All revenue is reported on a net basis, that is, after adjusting for refunds. Revenues are reported on a cash basis for all categories, with the exception of Real and Personal Property Taxes and Earnings on Investments.

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    1940 City Field Assessment Records

    data.providenceri.gov | Last Updated 2013-11-27T18:52:18.000Z

    Abstract: This digitized collection contains approximately 90,000 images of Residential Assessment Records (a.k.a. “field cards”) created by the Tax Assessors Department of the City of Providence, Rhode Island. These cards contain information on structural conditions of buildings (e.g., grades of condition for foundations, walls, roofs, building materials, etc.) organized by, street address, and plat & lot number within the City of Providence. The verso of these cards contains structural diagrams, land valuations, and cost computations. ----------------------------------------------------------- Finding aid: Providence City Field Assessment Records ----------------------------------------------------------- Series 1: 1940 ----------------------------------------------------------- Creator: Providence City Archives ------------------------------------------------------------ Language of materials: English ------------------------------------------------------ Repository: Providence City Archives ------------------------------------------------------- Record Group Number: RG 131.3 -------------------------------------------------------- Scope and Content: The field cards were developed as a measure to accurately grade the value of a structure for tax purposes within the City of Providence. The strength of the collection, contemporarily, concerns the sections under “Land Valuation” on the verso of the digitized documents, particularly the status for which a building was zoned for (eg., house, apartment, industrial, or commercial structure, etc.). This information helps distinguish the maximum amount of tenants a residential building can have within code. Other areas of interest include quality assessments from building materials to structural condition (eg., cost computation of values before and after deductions of existing conditions and improvements of a structure). ------------------------------------------------------------- Arrangement: The field cards are digitized and arranged in the Socrata database system accessed by address + plat/lot. ------------------------------------------------------------------ Access to the collection: There are no restrictions to access. --------------------------------------------------------------------- Use of materials: The materials are within public domain. However, researchers are kindly asked to cite the Providence City Archives if reproduced. ----------------------------------------------------------------- Preferred citation: Residential Assessment Records, RG131.3, Providence City Archives.

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    Medicare Hospice Use and Spending by Provider Aggregate Report, CY 2014

    data.cms.gov | Last Updated 2018-06-27T13:32:29.000Z

    The Hospice Utilization and Payment Public Use File (Hospice PUF) provides information on services provided to Medicare beneficiaries by hospice providers. The Hospice PUF contains information on utilization, payment (Medicare payment and standard payment), submitted charges, primary diagnoses, sites of service, and hospice beneficiary demographics organized by CMS Certification Number (6-digit provider identification number) and state. This PUF is based on information from CMS’s Chronic Conditions Data Warehouse (CCW) data files. The data in the Hospice PUF covers calendar year 2014 and contains 100% final-action (i.e., all claim adjustments have been resolved) hospice claims for the Medicare population including beneficiaries enrolled in a Medicare Advantage plan.

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    Farmers Markets

    data.mass.gov | Last Updated 2016-09-19T18:30:09.000Z

    A Massachusetts Farmers’ Market is a public market for the primary purpose of connecting, and mutually benefiting, Massachusetts farmers, communities and shoppers while promoting and selling products grown and raised by participating farmers. This Farmers' Markets GIS layer is derived from the Farmers’ Markets database maintained by the Mass. Department of Agricultural Resources. The Department provides technical assistance to individuals and groups trying to start a farmers' market, helps farmers find appropriate farmers' markets to participate in, and encourages consumers to patronize farmers' markets through various publications, including the MassGrown Map, which also pulls data from the Farmers’ Markets database. As well as basic information about the markets, this data layer includes information about participation in the food assistance programs Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program (FMNP) (see Attributes below). Women, Infants and Children Cash Value Vouchers (WIC-CVV) are not currently redeemable at farmers markets.

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    Regional School District Cherry Sheet Receipts and Assessments (2010 to present)

    data.mass.gov | Last Updated 2016-05-09T17:02:06.000Z

    Regional School District Cherry Sheets are the official notification of estimated state aid to be paid and charges to be assessed over the upcoming year. The purpose of Regional School Distrcit Cherry Sheet Assessments is to ensure that local budgets reflect realistic estimates of the amounts that will be received and assessed upon local governments to pay for a variety of state or sub-state programs in which they participate. For more detailed information, please refer to DLS’ Cherry Sheet Manual.

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    Workforce By Industry: 2001 - 2017

    data.cambridgema.gov | Last Updated 2018-09-12T20:26:38.000Z

    This data set indicates how many people employed in Cambridge are covered by the unemployment insurance compensation system, the number employed by economic sector, and how much these workers earn. The data covers the work force in Cambridge, regardless of their place of residence, and are taken from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development, ES-202 Series based on the requirements set forth in the Massachusetts Employment Security Law and the Compensation for Federal Employees Law. Note that the unemployment compensation system does cover all workers, excluding groups such as the self-employer, religious workers and some domestic workers. This data set assigns workers to sectors using the North American Industrial Classification System (NAICS) code system. Prior to 2001 only the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) system was used to assign workers to sectors. Older, historic data is available in the open data set "Cambridge Workforce By Industry: 1967 - 2001". The 2001 figures summarize the same raw data but are recoded to NAICS here. Note that Natural Resources and Mining establishments are not included in the industry breakdown but are included in total employment.