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Commuting data includes where people work (including work from home), when their trip starts, how they get there, and how long it takes. Commuting data helps policy makers and planners make decisions related to transportation infrastructure.
Employers: Private Sector
Data include the number of employer and nonemployer firms, sales and receipts, annual payroll, and employment.
Employers: Public Sector
Data on public sector employment and payroll measure the number of federal, state, and local civilian government employees and their gross monthly payroll.
Equal Employment Opportunity Tabulation
The EEO Tabulation, based on American Community Survey data, highlights the gender, racial, and ethnic diversity of the American labor force.
Industry and Occupation
The U.S. Census Bureau currently collects data on industry, occupation, and class of worker for Americans in the labor force on several surveys.
Labor Force Statistics
Information about the nation’s workforce, changes in employment rates and unemployment rates at the national, state, county or city level.
Public Sector Employment and Payroll
Data on the number of federal, state, and local civilian government employees and their gross monthly payroll for March of the survey year.
Work from Home
Work from home refers to a worker’s usage of the home as a workplace.