CBP

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AcronymDefinition
CBPCustoms and Border Protection (US government)
CBPCounty Business Patterns (census)
CBPBureau of Customs and Border Protection (US DHS)
CBPUS Customs and Border Protection
CBPCertified Benefits Professional (WorldatWork certification program)
CBPCREB-Binding Protein
CBPCollege Bescherming Persoonsgegevens (Dutch DPA)
CBPCommunity Based Practice (various organizations)
CBPChesapeake Bay Program (state/federal Chesapeake Bay restoration partnership)
CBPCitizens Bank Park (Philadelphia, PA)
CBPCross Border Project (various locations)
CBPChangi Business Park (Changi, Singapore)
CBPCatholic Book Publishing (Totowa, NJ)
CBPCode of Banking Practice (various locations)
CBPConcrete Batch Plant
CBPCar Beauty Pro
CBPCapacity Bidding Program (energy; California)
CBPChiropractic Biophysics
CBPCalifornia Budget Project
CBPCanadian Business Patterns
CBPColdwell Banker Preferred (various locations)
CBPCrippled Black Phoenix (band; UK)
CBPCustomer Backbone Port
CBPCoded Block Pattern
CBPCurrent Best Practices (various companies)
CBPCenter for Business Practices (various organizations)
CBPCollaborative Business Process (conference)
CBPCertified Bodytalk Practitioner
CBPComprehensive Benefits Plan (various organizations)
CBPChorleywood Bread Process
CBPCoimbra Portugal (airport code)
CBPCenter on Budget and Policy (West Virginia)
CBPCommercial Business Park (various locations)
CBPCommon Basic Principle (EU)
CBPChronic Back Pain
CBPCirrhose Biliaire Primitive (French: Primary Biliary Cirrhosis; medical condition)
CBPCentre for Business Performance (Cranfield University; UK)
CBPCentral Bank of Paraguay
CBPChronic Bacterial Prostatitis
CBPCommunity Build Project (forum)
CBPCommercial Building Products
CBPCenter for Biological Physics (various schools)
CBPCenter for Biblical Preaching (Luther Seminary; St. Paul, MN)
CBPCommunity Based Programme (various locations)
CBPChecks by Phone (TeleCheck)
CBPCoded Block Pattern (MPEG)
CBPComic Book Project (Columbia Univeristy; New York)
CBPCertified Building Professional (NPSI)
CBPCanadian Business Press
CBPCompagnie de Banque Privée (French: Private Banking Company; Luxembourg)
CBPCommunity Building Program (various organizations)
CBPConsumer Best Practices (various organizations)
CBPCenturion Bank of Punjab (India)
CBPCompetitive Bidding Program (Medicare; US DHHS)
CBPCognitive Behavioral Program (psychotherapy)
CBPComprehensive Breast Program (various organizations)
CBPCentral Bank of the Philippines
CBPColin Buchanan and Partners (UK)
CBPCash Balance Plan
CBPCommunity Benefits Plan (various organizations)
CBPCapability Based Planning
CBPCommunity Based Partnership (various organizations)
CBPChronic Benign Pain
CBPCenter for Beam Physics (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA)
CBPCase Based Planning
CBPComplete Blood Picture
CBPClean Boating Partnership (Florida)
CBPConvergent Billing Platform (Saville)
CBPContagious Bovine Pleuropneumonia
CBPCreating Better Places Program (Australia)
CBPCommon Business Process
CBPContrats de Bonne Pratique (French: Contracts of Good Practice; health care)
CBPCustom Bikes & Parts (Norway)
CBPContinuous Bomber Presence
CBPCanadian Bush Party (band)
CBPColorblindness, Partial, Protan Series
CBPCleethorpes Beach Patrol
CBPCarrée, Biebuyck & Partners (recruitment agency; Belgium)
CBPCaptive Breeding Program (wildlife management)
CBPCondensate Booster Pump
CBPCoussinets Bagues de Précision (French: Precision Bearings Rings; Sartrouville, France)
CBPChronic Benzene Poisoning
CBPCritical Business Process
CBPCustomer Benefit Package (goods and services)
CBPCollege Basketball Partnership
CBPCommon Buffer Pool
CBPCombustion By-Product
CBPCatherine Besnard-Peron (French life coach)
CBPChehalis Basin Partnership (Washington State)
CBPCabinet Bessé Prévoyance (French: Bessé Welfare Office; Nantes, France)
CBPConnector Bracket Power
CBPCommodity Business Plan
CBPCalifornia Board of Psychology
CBPCommon Battlespace Picture
CBPCentral Brooklyn Partnership (Brooklyn, NY)
CBPClub de Badminton de Perenchies (French: Perenchies Badminton Club; Perenchies, France)
CBPComptoir Burkinabé du Papier (French: Burkina Faso Paper Counter; Burkina Faso)
CBPConcurrent Block Processing
CBPCyprus Business Portal
CBPCode Block Processor
CBPCanceled By Patient
CBPCentre Blaise Pascal (French: Blaise Pascal Center; Lyon, France)
CBPClub de Badminton de Provins (French: Provins Badminton Club; Provins, France)
CBPCold-Ball Pull (solder materials testing of Ball Grid Arrays electronic packages)
CBPConstruction of Facilities Best Practices
CBPCentral Banking Program
CBPComplementary Bipolar Process
CBPCorn Bread Productions
CBPClub de Badminton Pringy (French: Pringy Badminton Club; Pringy, France)
CBPConservation Breeding Program (wildlife management)
CBPCommon Battlefield Picture
CBPCasino Bonus Promotion
CBPClub de Billard de Plainpalais (French: Billiard Club of Plainpalais; Switzerland)
CBPConstruction Bâtiment Parisien (French: Building Construction in Paris; Paris, France)
CBPComptoir Boulangerie Pâtisserie (French: Bakery and Pastry Counter)
CBPCabinet Biard-Pinçon (French: Biard Pinçon Office; building inspection)
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Employment and average compensation of the New York life insurance industry, 2016 NY NY NY life insurance insurance insurance carriers agencies industry Employment 32,298 40,549 72,847 Wages $128,403 $94,384 $108,615 Benefits $64,467 $47,387 $54,532 Total Compensation $192,870 $141,772 $163,146 Source: EY analysis using US Census Bureau County Business Patterns; US Census Bureau Nonemployer Statistics; New York Department of Financial Services Annual Report for Year Ended December 31, 2012 Table ES-2.
Three widely used measures of county employment and wages by place of work are (1) employment and payroll in the County Business Patterns (CBP) series from the Census Bureau, (2) employment and wages from the Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages (QCEW) program from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), and (3) wage and salary disbursements and employment from the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA).
These sources include County Business Patterns and the Annual Survey of Public Employment and Payroll (both from the U.S.
The DCI draws from comprehensive and authoritative databases from the Census Bureau: the American Community Survey (2010-2014), ZIP Code Business Patterns (2010 and 2013), and County Business Patterns (2010 and 2013).
Health insurer employers in those states increased the number of paid employees 27 percent to 129 percent over the period included in the data, which comes from the Census Bureau's County Business Patterns survey series.
They use the 2003 USDA-ERS rural-urban continuum codes, and county level measures of establishments that have fewer than five employees based on the 2007 County Business Patterns data and non-employer counts from the Census Bureau's Non-employer Statistics.
Sources: County Business Patterns; Census of Governments; American Community Survey; and authors' calculations.
Another source, the Census Bureau's County Business Patterns (CBP) program, provides essential counts of establishments, employees (jobs), and employee compensation by sector at the county level of geographic disaggregation.
Census publication of County Business Patterns was used for the years 2005 and 2006 to develop a dataset of rural counties in the United States.
We use county business patterns data from the Census Bureau to construct industry composition of employment for each county.
Census Bureau reports: County Business Patterns, 2007, Zip Code Business Patterns, 2007, Nonemployer Statistics, 2007, the 2002 Survey of Business Owners, and other sources such as the Dun & Bradstreet Marketplace DVD-ROM, and the Minnesota IMPLAN Group modeling software.
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