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This section presents statistics on the labor force; its distribution by occupation and industry affiliation; and the supply of, demand for, and conditions of labor.
Tables for Labor Force, Employment, and Earnings Section [PDF 1.8M]
627 - Annual Total Compensation and Wages and Salary Accruals Per Full-Time Equivalent Employee by Industry: 2000 to 2003 [Excel 19k]
628 - Average Hourly Earnings by Private Industry Group: 1990 to 2004 [Excel 18k]
629 - Mean Hourly Earnings and Weekly Hours by Selected Characteristics: 2003 [Excel 39k]
630 - Average Annual Wage by State: 2002 and 2003 [Excel 23k]
631 - Employment and Wages: 1995 to 2003 [Excel 25k]
632 - Full-Time Wage and Salary Workers-Number and Earnings: 2000 to 2004 [Excel 23k]
633 - Workers With Earnings by Occupation of Longest Held Job and Sex: 2003 [Excel 17k]
634 - Employment Cost Index (ECI), Total Compensation by Occupation and Industry: 1985 to 2004 [Excel 22k]
635 - Federal Minimum Wage Rates: 1950 to 2000 [Excel 16k]
636 - Workers Paid Hourly Rates by Selected Characteristics: 2004 [Excel 22k]
589 - Employed Civilians and Weekly Hours: 1980 to 2004 [Excel 18k]
590 - Persons at Work by Hours Worked: 2004 [Excel 19k]
591 - Persons With a Job, But Not at Work: 1980 to 2004 [Excel 16k]
592 - Class of Worker by Sex and Selected Characteristic: 2004 [Excel 17k]
593 - Self-Employed Workers by Industry and Occupation: 2000 to 2004 [Excel 18k]
594 - Persons Doing Job-Related Work at Home: 2001 [Excel 30k]
595 - Persons on Flexible Schedules: 2004 [Excel 19k]
596 - Persons on Shift Schedules: 2004 [Excel 19k]
597 - Multiple Jobholders: 2004 [Excel 20k]
598 - Average Number of Jobs Held From Ages 18 to 38: 1978 to 2002 [Excel 18k]
599 - Distribution of Workers by Tenure With Current Employer: 2004 [Excel 22k]
600 - Part-Time Workers by Reason: 2004 [Excel 18k]
601 - Displaced Workers by Selected Characteristics: 2004 [Excel 18k]
604 - Employed Civilians by Occupation, Sex, Race, and Hispanic Origin: 2004 [Excel 56k]
605 - Employed Civilians by Occupation: 2003 [Excel 24k]
607 - Occupations of the Employed by Selected Characteristics: 2004 [Excel 18k]
608 - Employment by Industry: 2000 to 2004 [Excel 21k]
637 - Employer Costs for Employee Compensation Per Hour Worked: 2004 [Excel 24k]
638 - Employees With Employer- or Union-Provided Pension Plans or Group Health Plans: 2001 [Excel 19k]
639 - Percent of Workers With Access to Selected Employee Benefits in Private Industry: 2004 [Excel 31k]
577 - Civilian Labor Force and Participation Rates With Projections: 1980 to 2012 [Excel 23k]
606 - Employment Projections by Occupation: 2002 and 2012 [Excel 25k]
609 - Employment Projections by Industry: 2002 to 2012 [Excel 23k]
618 - Nonfarm Establishments-Employees, Hours, and Earnings by Industry: 1990 to 2004 [Excel 24k]
619 - Employees in Nonfarm Establishments-States: 2004 [Excel 54k]
620 - Nonfarm Industries-Employees and Earnings: 1990 to 2004 [Excel 64k]
621 - Private Sector Job Gains and Losses: 1992 to 2004 [Excel 21k]
640 - Workers Killed or Disabled on the Job: 1970 to 2003 [Excel 34k]
641 - Worker Deaths, Injuries, and Production Time Lost: 1995 to 2003 [Excel 30k]
642 - Industries With the Highest Total Case Incidence Rates for Nonfatal Injuries and Illnesses: 2003 [Excel 59k]
643 - Nonfatal Occupational Injury and Illness Incidence Rates: 2003 [Excel 24k]
644 - Fatal Work Injuries by Event or Exposure: 2003 [Excel 21k]
645 - Fatal Occupational Injuries by Industry and Event or Exposure: 2003 [Excel 36k]
577 - Civilian Labor Force and Participation Rates With Projections: 1980 to 2012 [Excel 23k]
578 - Employment Status of the Civilian Population by Sex, Race, and Ethnicity: 1970 to 2004 [Excel 26k]
579 - Civilian Labor Force-Percent Distribution by Sex and Age: 1980 to 2004 [Excel 19k]
580 - Civilian Labor Force and Participation Rates by Educational Attainment, Sex, Race, and Hispanic Origin: 1992 to 2004 [Excel 23k]
581 - Characteristics of the Civilian Labor Force by State: 2004 [Excel 24k]
582 - Civilian Labor Force by Selected Metropolitan Area: 2004 [Excel 20k]
583 - School Enrollment and Labor Force Status: 1990 and 2004 [Excel 19k]
584 - Labor Force Participation Rates by Marital Status, Sex, and Age: 1970 to 2004 [Excel 22k]
585 - Marital Status of Women in the Civilian Labor Force: 1970 to 2004 [Excel 18k]
586 - Employment Status of Women by Marital Status and Presence and Age of Children: 1970 to 2004 [Excel 22k]
587 - Labor Force Participation Rates for Wives, Husband Present by Age of Own Youngest Child: 1975 to 2004 [Excel 17k]
588 - Married Couples by Labor Force Status of Spouse: 1986 to 2004 [Excel 24k]
602 - Labor Force Status of Persons With a Work Disability by Age: 2004 [Excel 16k]
603 - Persons Not in the Labor Force: 2004 [Excel 18k]
576 - Employment Status of the Civilian Population: 1970 to 2004 [Excel 20k]
622 - Annual Indexes of Output Per Hour for Selected NAICS Industries: 1987 to 2003 [Excel 58k]
623 - Productivity and Related Measures: 1980 to 2004 [Excel 40k]
624 - Employed Persons Using Computers at Work by Sex and Occupation: 2001 [Excel 35k]
625 - Average Hours Per Day Worked by Employed Persons: 2003 [Excel 24k]
626 - Adults in Selected Work-Related Informal Learning Activities: 2000-2001 [Excel 18k]
610 - Uemployed Workers-Summary: 1980 to 2004 [Excel 25]
611 - Unemployed Jobseekers', Job Search Activities: 2004 [Excel 24k]
612 - Unemployed Persons by Sex and Reason: 1980 to 2004 [Excel 16k]
613 - Unemployment Rates by Industry, 2000 to 2004, and by Sex, 2000 and 2004 [Excel 20k]
614 - Unemployment by Occupation, 2000 to 2004, and by Sex, 2004 [Excel 22k]
615 - Unemployed and Unemployment Rates by Educational Attainment, Sex, Race, and Hispanic Origin: 1992 to 2004 [Excel 20k]
616 - Unemployed Persons by Reason of Unemployment: 2004 [Excel 18k]
617 - Total Unemployed and Insured Unemployed by State: 1980 to 2004 [Excel 28k]
646 - Work Stoppages: 1960 to 2004 [Excel 20k]
647 - Labor Union Membership by Sector: 1983 to 2004 [Excel 18k]
648 - Union Members by Selected Characteristics: 2004 [Excel 23k]
649 - Labor Union Membership by State: 1983 and 2004 [Excel 24k]
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