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Guidance on Survey Differences in Labor Force Estimates

Labor Force Fact Sheet: Differences Among the Employment and Unemployment Estimates from the American Community Survey, the Current Population Survey, and the Local Area Unemployment Statistics Program

American Community Survey


2008 American Community Survey Data Employment and Unemployment Research Note: Changes to the American Community Survey between 2007 and 2008 and the Effect on the Estimates of Employment and Unemployment

Comparison of ACS and CPS Data on Employment Status [PDF - 1.1M]

Labor Force Participation Rate for Selected Age Groups: 2008 and 2009 [PDF - 229K]

We Want You! The Role of Human Capital in Explaining the Veteran-Non-Veteran Earnings Differential [PDF - 2.12M]

ACS Economic Brief: Labor Force Participation Rate of People 65 Years and Older: 2008 American Community Survey [PDF - 202K]

ACS Economic Brief: Work Status of People 65 Years and Older: 2008 American Community Survey [PDF - 209K]

Evaluation Report Covering Employment Status [PDF - 1.01M]

Evaluation Report Covering Weeks Worked [PDF - 507K]

Working Beyond Retirement-Age [PDF - 181K]

Census 2000(Your Gateway to Census 2000)


Employment Status: 2000 [PDF - 3.86M]  (C2KBR-18)

Census 2000 Evaluation Study B.7: Accuracy of Data for Employment Status as Measured by the CPS-Census 2000 Match [PDF - 1.53M] [XLS - 583K]

Census 2000 Auxiliary Evaluation: Comparing Employment, Income, and Poverty: Census 2000 and Current Population Survey [PDF - 4.18M]

Employment Status of the Population in Households for the United States, States, Counties,Places, and for Puerto Rico: 2000 (PHC-T-28)

Current Population Survey


How Do Professional Licensing Regulations Affect Practitioners? New Evidence. [PDF - 446K]

Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP)


Estimating the Duration Dependence of Occupational Spells with Unobserved Heterogeneity [PDF - 539K]

I Don’t Remember: Effects of Recall Period on Reported Job and Program Participation Duration [PDF - 297K]

Changing Levels of Spousal Education and Labor Force Supply [PDF - 323K]

Evolving Labor Force Outcomes for Married Couples Associated with Gender Trends in Education [PDF - 714K]

Longitudinal Analysis of the Labor Market Performance of the Working Poor: Evidence from the 2004 Survey of Income and Program Participation Panel [PDF - 173K]

Longitudinal Analysis of Labor Market Performance of the Working Poor: Evidence from the 2004 SIPP Panel [PDF - 178K]

Job Retention During Two Recessions: Evidence from the 2001 and 2008 SIPP Panels [PDF - 188K]

Dynamics of Economic Well-Being: Spells of Unemployment, 2004-2007 [PDF - 339K]  (P70-120)

Reasons People Do Not Work: 2004 [PDF - 736K]  (P70-111)

Dynamics of Economic Well-Being: Spells of Unemployment, 2001 2003 [PDF - 197K]  (P70-105)

Dynamics of Economic Well-Being: Labor Force Turnover, 1996-1999 [PDF - 100K]  (P70-96)

Dynamics of Economic Well-Being: Spells of Unemployment, 1996-1999 [PDF - 62K]  (P70-93)

Reasons People Do Not Work: [PDF - 162K]  (P70-76)

Dynamics of Economic Well-Being: Labor Force, 1992 to 1993 P70-57) A Perspective on Low-Wage Workers

Dynamics of Economic Well-Being: Labor Force, 1991 to 1993 (P70-48)

Dynamics of Economic Well-Being: Labor Force and Income, 1990 to 1992 (P70-40)


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Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Labor Force Statistics |  Last Revised: 2014-01-06T13:57:18.117-05:00