The U.S. Census Bureau currently collects data on industry, occupation, and class of worker for Americans in the labor force on several surveys. ACS, CPS and SIPP are the largest ones.
The Employment, Earnings, and Occupations of Post-9/11 Veterans
This report describes the employment, earnings, and occupations of Post-9/11 Veterans during the period between 2014 and 2018.
Retail Workers: 2018
This report provides a detailed description of the demographic and employment characteristics of retail workers.
Changes in the Census Industry and Occupation Classification Systems
This report describes the most recent changes in the Census industry and occupation classification systems.
What is a Primary Occupation? Comparing Occupation Measures in the ACS and the SIPP
This paper compares the 2013 ACS 1-year estimates with the SIPP 2014 Panel, Wave 1 estimates to assess if occupation is measured consistently across surveys.
2014 SIPP Evaluation Report: Class of Worker, Industry, and Occupation
This report describes the data review process for I&O content appearing on the SIPP 2014 Panel, Waves 1 and 2, and assesses the SIPP public use files.
STEM Workers in the Manufacturing Sector
This paper focuses on science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) workers in the manufacturing sector.
Working for a Living
Selected occupations with more than one million full-time, year-round workers by sex.
From College to Jobs: Pathways in STEM
Pathways in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM).
Median earnings of full-time, year-round workers in the past 12 months by sex and occupation.
Foreign Born Tables: ACS 2019
In which occupations do the foreign-born work? And how much do they earn (compared to the native-born)?
Multiple Job Holders Detailed Tables 2013-2016
View and download the table on multiple job holders by selected characteristics.
Detailed Occupation by Education: 2016
View and download tables on detailed occupation statistics by educational attainment, age, and median earnings.