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Our annual report of who used the Labor Market Information Office’s services and how is not just bragging rights for us. We hope you will get some ideas for uses you can make of our data.
The Standard Occupational Classification System has made some changes to its codes. Here’s a guide to the changes.
This month we provide in depth information on the following industries: Hospitals, Insurance Carriers and Related Activities, Internet Services Providers and Related, and Justice, Public Order, and Safety Activities.
Minnesota, despite a tight labor market, still has former workers who cannot find a job. This detailed look at the situation in Central Minnesota applies to much of the state.
Our Fearless Forecaster looks at age distribution by county historically and forecasts what is likely to happen based on what has happened. Those who do not know their history are doomed to repeat it.
An analysis of the current month’s employment picture broken out by industry.
An analysis of the current month’s employment picture broken out by Metropolitan Statistical Area.
A comprehensive look at economic indicators for October 2019, including the Minnesota and U.S. Indices.
Information on the U. S. Consumer Price Index for October 2019.
The Local Area Unemployment Statistics or LAUS tool provides labor force, employment, and unemployment estimates.
The Current Employment Statistics (CES) Program, a monthly survey of 5,900 nonfarm employers, provides monthly data on employment by industry. The data offer a snapshot of the health of the economy.