U.S. Department of Commerce

The 2011 Statistical Abstract

The National Data Book

Labor Force, Employment, & Earnings: Compensation, Wages and Earnings

642 - Annual Total Compensation and Wages and Salary Accruals Per Full-Time Equivalent Employee by Industry [Excel 49k] | [PDF 69k]

643 - Average Hourly Earnings by Private Industry Group [Excel 43k] | [PDF 69k]

644 - Mean Hourly Earnings and Weekly Hours by Selected Characteristics: 2009 [Excel 34k] | [PDF 69k]

645 - Employment and Wages [Excel 32k] | [PDF 67k]

646 - Average Annual Wage by State [Excel 38k] | [PDF 67k]

647 - Full-Time Wage and Salary Workers-Number and Earnings [Excel 39k] | [PDF 59k]

648 - Median Usual Weekly Earnings of Full Time Wage and Salary Workers by Sex [Excel 18k] | [PDF 59k]

649 - Workers With Earnings by Occupation of Longest Held Job and Sex: 2008 [Excel 66k] | [PDF 65k]

650 - Employment Cost Index (ECI), Total Compensation by Occupation and Industry [Excel 39k] | [PDF 65k]

651 - Federal and State Minimum Wage Rates [Excel 33k] | [PDF 61k]

652 - Workers Paid Hourly Rates by Selected Characteristics: 2009 [Excel 38k] | [PDF 61k]

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Source: U.S. Census Bureau  |  The 2011 Statistical Abstract  |  Page Last Modified: August 30, 2011