Beginning in May 2012, OES Highlights has been consolidated with several other BLS publications into a new series of reports called Beyond the Numbers. Beyond the Numbers illuminates interesting, timely BLS data on discrete topics and is oriented towards a general audience.

Archived Occupational Employment Statistics (OES) Highlights

  • Architecture and Engineering Occupations (HTML) (PDF)
  • Occupational Employment and Wage Patterns in Nonmetropolitan Areas (HTML) (PDF)
  • Area Focus Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario, CA (HTML) (PDF)
  • An Overview of U.S. Occupational Employment and Wages in 2010 (HTML) (PDF)
  • Using Occupational Employment Statistics (OES) Data in a Job Search (HTML) (PDF)
  • Using Location Quotients to Analyze Occupational Data (HTML) (PDF)
  • An Occupational Comparison of Private and State Colleges and Universities (HTML) (PDF)
  • Gulf Coast Occupational Employment and Wages (HTML) (PDF)
  • An Overview of U.S. Occupational Employment and Wages in 2009 (HTML) (PDF)
  • How Jobseekers and Employers Can Use Occupational Employment Statistics (OES) Data during Wage and Salary Discussions (HTML) (PDF)
  • An Occupational Analysis of Industries with Employment Gains (HTML) (PDF)
  • An Occupational Comparison of Selected Retail Trade Industries (HTML) (PDF)
  • An Occupational Analysis of Industries with the Most Job Losses (HTML) (PDF)
  • Occupational employment patterns in areas with low unemployment rates (HTML) (PDF)
  • Industry focus - Food services and drinking places (HTML) (PDF)
  • Area focus - Elkhart-Goshen, IN (HTML) (PDF)
  • Jobs on the Environment (HTML) (PDF)

 

Last Modified Date: February 8, 2012