Profiles of Michigan Review

“This reference book (one of 15 titles in Grey House Publishing's Profiles of series) contains the sort of geographical statistical data you would have referred to before the Internet came around and now might write off because of that—don't be fooled. While most of this data has been gathered from disparate freely available online sources (mostly the US Census), its value lies in being presented here in one organized volume… Profiles chapter containing statistics on health insurance coverage, language spoken at home, people with disabilities, and veterans, as well as a place name index. An entirely new section, Community Rankings (for populations of 10,000 or more), has been added, covering topics such as occupations, income, ancestry, rent, and race, ranked in ascending and descending order for the top (or bottom) 150 communities.”

“From a personal viewpoint, it is so much easier to flip back and forth through a printed publication full of data such as this than to click between multiple windows on a computer…New for this 5th edition is an expanded Profiles section containing additional statistics on dentists per capita and monthly owner costs with and without a mortgage.”
-ARBA, 2018