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Labor Force Statistics






Dynamics of Economic Well-Being:
Labor Force, 1991 to 1993


Table D. Labor Turnover in 1991 by Month

(Numbers in thousands)

                                          Composition of Turnover

                                                           Inter-
                                Turnover  Acces-  Sepa-   industry
             Average  Turnover  Actions   sions  rations  Transfers  RATE
Months    Employment  Actions     (%)      (%)     (%)       (%)      (%) 

Jan.-Feb.    105,186    5,618    100.0     30.3    40.1      29.5     5.3
Feb.-Mar.    104,805    5,282    100.0     32.6    36.7      30.7     5.0
Mar.-Apr.    105,089    6,068    100.0     41.1    28.2      30.7     5.8
Apr.-May     106,197    6,941    100.0     42.8    22.1      35.9     6.5
May-Jun.     107,099    8,243    100.0     33.4    28.9      37.7     7.7
Jun.-Jul.    107,382    7,559    100.0     35.2    32.6      32.2     7.0
Jul.-Aug.    107,129    6,499    100.0     25.1    35.9      39.0     6.1
Aug.-Sep.    105,982    8,796    100.0     25.1    43.3      31.6     8.3
Sep.-Oct.    105,314    9,833    100.0     23.5    20.9      55.6     9.3
Oct.-Nov.    105,103    8,829    100.0     16.5    24.2      59.3     8.4
Nov.-Dec.    104,473    8,368    100.0     18.1    25.0      56.9     8.0
Dec.-Jan     104,162    8,463    100.0     22.6    23.1      54.4     8.1

Average      105,660    7,542    100.0     28.0    29.4      42.5     7.1

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Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Housing and Household Economic Statistics Division
Last Revised: October 31, 2011