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- Broadcasting Board of Governors
- Commodity Futures Trading Commission
- Corporation for National and Community Service
- Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency
- Department of Agriculture
- Department of Commerce
- Department of Defense
- Department of Education
- Accommodation, Food Services, and Other Services
- Arts, Recreation, and Travel
- Banking, Finance, and Insurance
- Births, Deaths, Marriages, and Divorces
- Labor Force, Employment, and Earnings
Local Area Unemployment Statistics Local Area Unemployment Statistics Labor Force, Employment, and Earnings
OSHA Data Initiative - Establishment Specific Injury and Illness Rates OSHA Data Initiative - Establishment Specific Injury and Illness Rates Labor Force, Employment, and Earnings
Each year the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) collects work-related injury and illness data from employers within specific industry and employment size specifications. This data collection is called the OSHA Data Initiative or ODI. The data provided is used by OSHA to calculate establishment specific injury and illness incidence rates. Data is searchable online from 1996 to 2007. 2007 data can also be downloaded. Data includes the establishment name, address, industry, and associated Total Case Rate (TCR), Days Away, Restricted, and Transfer (DART) case rate, and the Days Away From Work (DAFWII) case rate. The data is specific to the establishments that provided OSHA with valid data through the 2008 data collection (collection of CY 2007 data). This database does not contain rates calculated by OSHA for establishments that submitted suspect or unreliable data.
Labor Force Statistics from the Current Population Survey Labor Force Statistics from the Current Population Survey Labor Force, Employment, and Earnings
Employment, Hours, and Earnings from the Current Employment Statistics survey (National) Employment, Hours, and Earnings from the Current Employment Statistics survey (National) Labor Force, Employment, and Earnings
American Time Use Survey American Time Use Survey Labor Force, Employment, and Earnings
Occupational Employment Statistics Occupational Employment Statistics Labor Force, Employment, and Earnings
The Occupational Employment Statistics (OES) program produces employment and wage estimates for over 800 occupations. These are estimates of the number of people employed in certain occupations, and estimates of the wages paid to them. Self-employed persons are not included in the estimates. These estimates are available for the nation as a whole, for individual States, and for metropolitan and nonmetropolitan areas; national occupational estimates for specific industries are also available.
Employment, Hours, and Earnings from the Current Employment Statistics survey (State and Metro Area) Employment, Hours, and Earnings from the Current Employment Statistics survey (State and Metro Area) Labor Force, Employment, and Earnings
Each month the Current Employment Statistics (CES) program surveys about 150,000 businesses and government agencies, representing approximately 390,000 individual worksites, in order to provide detailed industry data on employment, hours, and earnings of workers on nonfarm payrolls for all 50 States, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and over 300 metropolitan areas and divisions.
Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages Labor Force, Employment, and Earnings
Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey Labor Force, Employment, and Earnings
Injuries, Illnesses, and Fatalities Injuries, Illnesses, and Fatalities Labor Force, Employment, and Earnings
Business Employment Dynamics Business Employment Dynamics Labor Force, Employment, and Earnings
Business Employment Dynamics is a set of statistics generated from the Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages, or ES-202, program. These quarterly data series consist of gross job gains and gross job losses statistics from 1992 forward. These data help to provide a picture of the dynamic state of the labor market.
National Compensation Survey National Compensation Survey Labor Force, Employment, and Earnings
The National Compensation Survey (NCS) provides comprehensive measures of occupational wages; employment cost trends, and benefit incidence and detailed plan provisions. Detailed occupational earnings are available for metropolitan and non-metropolitan areas, broad geographic regions, and on a national basis. The index component of the NCS (ECI) measures changes in labor costs. Average hourly employer cost for employee compensation is presented in the ECEC.
Department of Labor Research and Evaluation Inventory Department of Labor Research and Evaluation Inventory Labor Force, Employment, and Earnings
This inventory is the first phase in the development of a single repository of all completed and planned research and evaluation projects that have or will be conducted by DOL in the upcoming calendar year. This data set includes: a title and description of each project; the date the project began; the date the project was published with a link to completed research and evaluation project outcomes as these become available; and, information on Contract or Grant resources, if applicable. The database will be updated on a monthly basis to add more agency information and to links to completed projects.
Standard Occupational Classification Standard Occupational Classification Labor Force, Employment, and Earnings
The Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) system is used by Federal statistical agencies to classify workers into occupational categories for the purpose of collecting, calculating, or disseminating data. All workers are classified into one of over 820 occupations according to their occupational definition.
Employee Benefits Survey Employee Benefits Survey Labor Force, Employment, and Earnings
Public Workforce System Dataset (PWSD) Public Workforce System Dataset (PWSD) Labor Force, Employment, and Earnings
The PWSD is a dataset that can be used to answer questions about various public workforce system programs and how these programs fit in with the overall public workforce system and the economy. It was designed primarily to be used as a tool to understand what has been occurring in the Wagner-Peyser program and contains data from quarter 1 of 1995 through quarter 4 of 2008. Also, it was designed to understand the relationship and flow of participants as they go through the public workforce system. The PWSD can be used to analyze these programs both individually and in combination. The PWSD contains economic variables, Unemployment Insurance System data, and data on programs funded by the Workforce Investment Act and Employment Service. Economic variables included are labor force, employment, unemployment, unemployment rate, and gross domestic product data.
Mass Layoff Statistics Mass Layoff Statistics Labor Force, Employment, and Earnings
The Mass Layoff Statistics (MLS) program collects reports on mass layoff actions that result in workers being separated from their jobs. Monthly mass layoff numbers are from establishments which have at least 50 initial claims for unemployment insurance (UI) filed against them during a 5-week period. Extended mass layoff numbers (issued quarterly) are from a subset of such establishments?where private sector nonfarm employers indicate that 50 or more workers were separated from their jobs for at least 31 days.
Occupational Outlook Handbook Occupational Outlook Handbook Labor Force, Employment, and Earnings
Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Net Impact Evaluation Dataset Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Net Impact Evaluation Dataset Labor Force, Employment, and Earnings
The evaluation employs administrative data from 12 states, covering approximately 160,000 WIA participants and nearly 3 million comparison group members. Focusing on participants who entered WIA programs between July 2003 and June 2005, the evaluation considers the impact for all those in the program, the impact for those receiving only Core or Intensive Services, and the incremental impact of Training Services. This dataset contains all of the information used to conduct the non-experimental evaluation estimates for the 1) WIA Client Treatment Group and 2) The Unemployment Insurance and Employment Service Client comparison group.
Project GATE (Growing America Through Entrepreneurship) Final Evaluation Dataset Project GATE (Growing America Through Entrepreneurship) Final Evaluation Dataset Labor Force, Employment, and Earnings
"Project GATE was a random-assignment demonstration project designed to help public workforce system clients create, sustain or expand their own business. The cornerstone of the evaluation of Project GATE was random assignment. A total of 4,198 applicants to Project GATE were randomly assigned to either the program group or the control group. Members of the program group were offered GATE services; members of the control group were not. This dataset is the final data from the evaluation and includes administrative data from the six and eighteen month follow-ups and survey data from the six month, eighteen month, and sixty month follow-ups of program participants. "
Work Stoppages Work Stoppages Labor Force, Employment, and Earnings
The Work Stoppages program provides monthly and annual data and analysis of major work stoppages involving 1,000 or more workers lasting one full shift or longer. The monthly and annual data show the establishment and union(s) involved in the work stoppage along with the location, the number of workers and the days of idleness. The monthly data list all work stoppages involving 1,000 or more workers that occurred during the full calendar month for each month of the year. The annualized data provide statistics, analysis and details of each work stoppage of 1,000 or more workers that occurred during the year. The work stoppages data are gathered from public news sources, such as newspapers and the Internet. The BLS does not distinguish between strikes and lock-outs in the data; both are included in the term ""work stoppages"".
Productivity and Costs Productivity and Costs Labor Force, Employment, and Earnings
The Major Sector Productivity and Costs program publishes quarterly and annual measures of output per hour and unit labor costs for the U.S. business, nonfarm business, and manufacturing sectors. These are the productivity statistics most often cited by the national media. The Industry Productivity and Costs program publishes annual measures of output per hour and unit labor costs for detailed U.S. industries.
Employment Projections Employment Projections Labor Force, Employment, and Earnings
Employment Cost Trends Employment Cost Trends Labor Force, Employment, and Earnings
NLRB CATS C-Case Data Bulk 19991001-20091202 in XML NLRB CATS C-Case Data Bulk 19991001-20091202 in XML Labor Force, Employment, and Earnings