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BLS Management

Weight (wait) up! Increasing the Relevance of Consumer Price Index Weights (01/10/2023)

Catching up on Recent BLS Activities (07/28/2022)

A Blueprint for Modernizing the Consumer Price Index (05/24/2022)

Answers to Some Recent Questions about BLS Data (12/21/2021)

It’s a Small Statistical World (09/21/2021)

Planning BLS Strategy for 2025 and Beyond (01/07/2020)

BLS Learns from Civic Digital Fellows (09/18/2019)

Greetings and a Meditation on Alan Krueger (04/09/2019)

Passing the Baton to the New BLS Commissioner (03/28/2019)

Celebrating 75 Years of BLS Regional Offices (12/21/2017)

BLS Mathematical Statistician Receives American Statistical Association Founders Award (08/28/2017)

Innovating for the Future (01/30/2017)

BLS Microdata Now More Easily Accessible to Researchers across the Country (10/18/2016)

Celebrating Our Customers (10/06/2015)

A History and Culture of Efficiency at BLS (10/02/2015)

Update on the 2016 President’s Budget for the Bureau of Labor Statistics (07/14/2015)

Statement by BLS Commissioner Erica L. Groshen on the Passing of Former Commissioner Janet Norwood (03/31/2015)

President’s 2016 budget would fund data on export prices and poverty measures (03/13/2015)

President’s 2016 budget would expand labor market data (02/26/2015)

The 2016 President’s Budget for the Bureau of Labor Statistics (02/02/2015)

Protecting the public’s trust in federal statistics (12/12/2014)

Recognizing innovators at BLS (11/03/2014)

Learning about data needs from our customers and partners (10/07/2014)

Why your survey answers are important (05/15/2014)

Introducing the new and improved BLS Commissioner’s Corner (05/02/2014)

My first post as BLS Commissioner (02/19/2013)

Benefits and Compensation

Measuring Business Response to COVID‐19 and Other Labor Market Developments (09/20/2022)

Brood X Cicadas over the History of BLS Data (06/30/2021)

The Challenges of Seasonal Adjustment during the COVID‐19 Pandemic (12/21/2020)

Innovations at BLS during the COVID‐19 Pandemic (11/24/2020)

Celebrating World Statistics Day 2020 (10/20/2020)

Labor Day 2020 Fast Facts (09/04/2020)

Paid Leave Benefits When You Are Unable to Work (04/22/2020)

How We Collect Data When People Don’t Answer the Phone (02/19/2020)

Ensuring Security and Fairness in the Release of Economic Statistics (01/23/2020)

New Data on Balancing Family Needs with Work (12/05/2019)

Labor Day 2019 Fast Facts (08/29/2019)

Wage Information Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow (05/06/2019)

Wages and Benefits in a City Near You (02/22/2019)

Making It Easier to Find Data on Pay and Benefits (10/24/2018)

The Griswold Family Vacation through the Lens of BLS Data (09/12/2018)

Labor Day 2018 Fast Facts (08/31/2018)

A Clearer Look at Response Rates in BLS Surveys (08/22/2018)

Reaching out to Stakeholders—and Steakholders—in Philadelphia (04/05/2018)

Do You Understand Your Local Economy? (02/22/2018)

Celebrating 75 Years of BLS Regional Offices (12/21/2017)

Labor Day 2017 Fast Facts (09/01/2017)

Now on Video: Finding Better Ways to Talk about Data (05/05/2017)

Bringing You Better Data on Occupational Wages (03/30/2017)

Innovating for the Future (01/30/2017)

A Brief Labor Market Update for Labor Day 2016 (09/02/2016)

Why This Counts: Productivity and Its Impact on Our Lives (08/09/2016)

Data that Benefits You! (04/04/2016)

Why This Counts: Measuring “Gig” Work (03/03/2016)

Worth a Thousand Words? Announcing Ready‐to‐Go Interactive Graphics with BLS News Releases (01/13/2016)

Why This Counts: New Data on Employee Benefits in 2015 (07/29/2015)

Why This Counts: Employer Costs for Wages and Benefits (04/30/2015)

Learning about data needs from our customers and partners (10/07/2014)

Talking to retailers about economic statistics (06/26/2014)

My participation in a panel discussion; two new Beyond the Numbers articles (04/12/2013)

Consumer Spending

Looking at Recent Price Increases for Baby Food (01/19/2023)

Weight (wait) up! Increasing the Relevance of Consumer Price Index Weights (01/10/2023)

A Look at Thanksgiving Food Prices in 1947 and Today (11/21/2022)

Catching up on Recent BLS Activities (07/28/2022)

Inflation, as Seen through the Bake Shop Window (06/02/2022)

A Blueprint for Modernizing the Consumer Price Index (05/24/2022)

Measuring Changes in Shelter Prices in the Consumer Price Index (05/20/2022)

Measuring Consumer Prices for New Vehicles More Accurately (05/09/2022)

How Timing and World Events Affect Price Statistics (04/26/2022)

Spend Thanksgiving Day with BLS! (11/19/2021)

BLS Data in More Than a Century of Pictures (09/27/2021)

It’s a Small Statistical World (09/21/2021)

The Latest on Improving the Accuracy of the Consumer Price Index (08/19/2021)

Providing Context for Recent Increases in Gasoline Prices (04/29/2021)

A Truckload of Transportation Statistics (01/21/2021)

Innovations at BLS during the COVID‐19 Pandemic (11/24/2020)

Celebrating World Statistics Day 2020 (10/20/2020)

How Much Does a Cup of Coffee Cost? It’s Complicated (09/28/2020)

Improving How We Measure Prices for New Vehicles (05/29/2020)

When Worlds Converge: Statistics Agencies Learning from Each Other during the Pandemic (05/14/2020)

How Have We Improved the Consumer Price Index? Let Me Count the Ways (04/07/2020)

You Paid HOW MUCH for a Ticket to the Game? (01/28/2020)

Improving the Accuracy of the Consumer Price Index (12/20/2019)

What Do We Know about Mega Metros? (01/23/2019)

The Griswold Family Vacation through the Lens of BLS Data (09/12/2018)

A Clearer Look at Response Rates in BLS Surveys (08/22/2018)

Up and Down the Turnpike: The Power of State Estimates of Consumer Spending (03/23/2018)

Why This Counts: Maximizing Our Data Using the Consumer Expenditure Survey (03/06/2018)

BLS Celebrates Read Across America Day (03/01/2018)

Do You Understand Your Local Economy? (02/22/2018)

What Does the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Tell Us about Football? (11/21/2017)

By the Numbers: Spending Habits of Older Americans (05/31/2017)

Why This Counts: How the Consumer Price Index Affects You (05/30/2017)

Ice Cream versus Bacon (04/13/2017)

Prestigious Award for BLS and U.S. Census Bureau Researchers (08/12/2016)

A History and Culture of Efficiency at BLS (10/02/2015)

Experimental Disease‐Based Price Indexes Now Available (07/30/2015)

An Important Improvement in the Consumer Price Index (04/17/2015)

President’s 2016 budget would fund data on export prices and poverty measures (03/13/2015)

Recent publications and new K‐12 Chart Maker tool (04/11/2014)

Consumer expenditures in 2012 and related articles (09/13/2013)

Five new editions of Beyond the Numbers (05/17/2013)

April Employment Situation and Monthly Labor Review; a look at employment in the Bakken Formation (05/03/2013)

Green technologies and practices among establishments (03/29/2013)

Spending among urban and rural households; average food prices in 2013 (03/01/2013)

Earnings and Wages

Measuring Business Response to COVID‐19 and Other Labor Market Developments (09/20/2022)

Update to the CareerInfo Mobile App Now Available (07/07/2022)

Celebrating African American History Month (02/25/2022)

Answers to Some Recent Questions about BLS Data (12/21/2021)

Making Sense of Job Openings and Other Labor Market Measures (07/26/2021)

Brood X Cicadas over the History of BLS Data (06/30/2021)

The Challenges of Seasonal Adjustment during the COVID‐19 Pandemic (12/21/2020)

Innovations at BLS during the COVID‐19 Pandemic (11/24/2020)

Celebrating World Statistics Day 2020 (10/20/2020)

Ensuring Security and Fairness in the Release of Economic Statistics (01/23/2020)

New Data on Employment and Wages in U.S. Establishments with Foreign Ownership (10/31/2019)

New App for Career Information Now Available (10/09/2019)

Labor Day 2019 Fast Facts (08/29/2019)

Building a Business? Start Here (08/16/2019)

Why This Counts: 10 Million U.S. Establishments for the First Time (06/19/2019)

How Are Our Older Workers Doing? (05/20/2019)

Wage Information Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow (05/06/2019)

Earth Day 2019: Careers that Care for Our Earth (04/19/2019)

BLS Local Data App Now Available for Android Devices (04/17/2019)

Greetings and a Meditation on Alan Krueger (04/09/2019)

Celebrating Women in STEM Occupations (03/06/2019)

Wages and Benefits in a City Near You (02/22/2019)

What Do We Know about Mega Metros? (01/23/2019)

Celebrating the International Year of the Periodic Table (01/16/2019)

Why This Counts: What Types of Jobs Are in the U.S. Labor Market? (01/08/2019)

Making It Easier to Find Data on Pay and Benefits (10/24/2018)

New BLS Local Data App Now Available (10/18/2018)

Celebrating Our Teachers on World Teachers’ Day! (10/04/2018)

The Griswold Family Vacation through the Lens of BLS Data (09/12/2018)

Labor Day 2018 Fast Facts (08/31/2018)

A Clearer Look at Response Rates in BLS Surveys (08/22/2018)

Why This Counts: Tracking Workers over Time (07/30/2018)

Ensuring Gold‐Standard Data in the Eye of a Storm (06/14/2018)

Small Businesses: This is for YOU! (05/01/2018)

Earth‐friendly Careers for Earth Day 2018 (04/19/2018)

Reaching out to Stakeholders—and Steakholders—in Philadelphia (04/05/2018)

Why This Counts: Maximizing Our Data Using the Consumer Expenditure Survey (03/06/2018)

BLS Celebrates Read Across America Day (03/01/2018)

Do You Understand Your Local Economy? (02/22/2018)

Recalibrating the Jobs Thermometer (02/01/2018)

Celebrating 75 Years of BLS Regional Offices (12/21/2017)

Why This Counts: What Does BLS Know about Certifications and Licenses? (12/18/2017)

Most Popular Items in the Occupational Outlook Handbook (10/25/2017)

Labor Day 2017 Fast Facts (09/01/2017)

Diagnosing “Grey’s Anatomy” with 5 doses of BLS data (08/04/2017)

Why This Counts: How the Consumer Price Index Affects You (05/30/2017)

Put Your Writing Skills to Work (05/10/2017)

Now on Video: Finding Better Ways to Talk about Data (05/05/2017)

Bringing You Better Data on Occupational Wages (03/30/2017)

Some Interesting Numbers about the Oscars (02/27/2017)

Shape the Future with a Teaching Career (02/16/2017)

BLS Microdata Now More Easily Accessible to Researchers across the Country (10/18/2016)

The Value and Influence of Labor Statistics in the 21st Century (10/11/2016)

A Brief Labor Market Update for Labor Day 2016 (09/02/2016)

Prestigious Award for BLS and U.S. Census Bureau Researchers (08/12/2016)

Why This Counts: New Timely Data on Professional Certifications and Licenses (04/15/2016)

Partnering with the States to Provide Labor Market Information (03/28/2016)

Thinking About a New Job? Try Healthcare (03/21/2016)

Why This Counts: Measuring “Gig” Work (03/03/2016)

Worth a Thousand Words? Announcing Ready‐to‐Go Interactive Graphics with BLS News Releases (01/13/2016)

How People Use the Occupational Outlook Handbook to Search for Careers (12/17/2015)

Why This Counts: Celebrating 100 years of Current Employment Statistics (10/15/2015)

Why This Counts: Employer Costs for Wages and Benefits (04/30/2015)

Why This Counts: Tracking Labor Market Experience over a Lifetime (04/02/2015)

Women in Statistics: Beyond the Headline (02/05/2015)

Announcing new research data on jobs and pay in the nonprofit sector (10/17/2014)

Learning about data needs from our customers and partners (10/07/2014)

Two new BLS reports on minimum wage workers and the working poor (03/28/2014)

Adjusted news release schedule; new Monthly Labor Review article and women’s earnings report (10/31/2013)

Employee tenure Spotlight and new article on wage estimates by job characteristics (09/06/2013)

June Employment Situation (07/05/2013)

Five new editions of Beyond the Numbers (05/17/2013)

April Employment Situation and Monthly Labor Review; a look at employment in the Bakken Formation (05/03/2013)

Educational Attainment

Update to the CareerInfo Mobile App Now Available (07/07/2022)

Celebrating Women’s History Month with a Look at Women in the Labor Force (03/30/2021)

Let’s Celebrate the Productive U.S. Workforce (09/11/2019)

Labor Day 2019 Fast Facts (08/29/2019)

Why This Counts: Measuring Occupational Requirements (08/07/2019)

How Are Our Older Workers Doing? (05/20/2019)

Wage Information Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow (05/06/2019)

Earth Day 2019: Careers that Care for Our Earth (04/19/2019)

Celebrating the International Year of the Periodic Table (01/16/2019)

Why This Counts: What Does the Future Hold for the Workforce? (11/02/2018)

Celebrating Our Teachers on World Teachers’ Day! (10/04/2018)

Labor Day 2018 Fast Facts (08/31/2018)

Why This Counts: Tracking Workers over Time (07/30/2018)

Earth‐friendly Careers for Earth Day 2018 (04/19/2018)

Why This Counts: Maximizing Our Data Using the Consumer Expenditure Survey (03/06/2018)

Why This Counts: What Does BLS Know about Certifications and Licenses? (12/18/2017)

What Does the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Tell Us about Football? (11/21/2017)

Labor Day 2017 Fast Facts (09/01/2017)

Put Your Writing Skills to Work (05/10/2017)

Teen Trends (04/13/2017)

12 Stats about Working Women (03/02/2017)

Shape the Future with a Teaching Career (02/16/2017)

Why the Unemployment Rate Still Matters (01/25/2017)

BLS Microdata Now More Easily Accessible to Researchers across the Country (10/18/2016)

Why This Counts: New Timely Data on Professional Certifications and Licenses (04/15/2016)

Thinking About a New Job? Try Healthcare (03/21/2016)

How People Use the Occupational Outlook Handbook to Search for Careers (12/17/2015)

Data Snapshot: Employment Projections 2014–24 (12/08/2015)

Why This Counts: Tracking Labor Market Experience over a Lifetime (04/02/2015)

Adjusted news release schedule; new Monthly Labor Review article and women’s earnings report (10/31/2013)

Employment

Labor Market Dynamics during the COVID‐19 Pandemic (11/15/2022)

BLS Now Publishing Monthly Data for Native Hawaiians and Other Pacific Islanders and People of Two or More Races (09/02/2022)

Catching up on Recent BLS Activities (07/28/2022)

Update to the CareerInfo Mobile App Now Available (07/07/2022)

Employment Trends of Asians and Native Hawaiians and Other Pacific Islanders (05/25/2022)

Has the Labor Market Recovered from the COVID‐19 Pandemic? (04/07/2022)

Celebrating Women’s History Month with BLS Data (03/17/2022)

What’s Going on with the Large Revisions in Seasonally Adjusted Employment Estimates? (02/28/2022)

Celebrating African American History Month (02/25/2022)

BLS Now Publishing Monthly Data for American Indians and Alaska Natives (02/14/2022)

What Have You Been Looking for on the BLS Website? (01/31/2022)

Answers to Some Recent Questions about BLS Data (12/21/2021)

Spend Thanksgiving Day with BLS! (11/19/2021)

It’s a Small Statistical World (09/21/2021)

A Labor Day Look at How American Workers Have Changed over 40 Years (09/01/2021)

BLS at the Olympics (07/29/2021)

Making Sense of Job Openings and Other Labor Market Measures (07/26/2021)

Brood X Cicadas over the History of BLS Data (06/30/2021)

Employment Trends of Asians and Native Hawaiians and Other Pacific Islanders (05/24/2021)

Improving Key Labor Market Estimates during the Pandemic and Beyond (04/19/2021)

Celebrating Women’s History Month with a Look at Women in the Labor Force (03/30/2021)

Productivity Perspective of the 2020 COVID‐19 Pandemic (03/05/2021)

Looking Back on the 2020 U.S. Labor Market and Economy (02/18/2021)

A Truckload of Transportation Statistics (01/21/2021)

Measuring Employment across the Supply and Output Chain (01/07/2021)

The Challenges of Seasonal Adjustment during the COVID‐19 Pandemic (12/21/2020)

Innovations at BLS during the COVID‐19 Pandemic (11/24/2020)

Celebrating World Statistics Day 2020 (10/20/2020)

Increasing Access and Opportunity: Using Quality Data to Inform Evidence‐Based Policy (10/15/2020)

A Closer Look at Recent Employment Trends (09/17/2020)

Labor Day 2020 Fast Facts (09/04/2020)

New Measures of How Widespread Employment Changes Are across States and Metro Areas (08/19/2020)

New Recommendations on Improving Data on Contingent and Alternative Work Arrangements (08/10/2020)

Update on the Misclassification that Affected the Unemployment Rate (06/29/2020)

New State and Metropolitan Area Data from the Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey (06/16/2020)

Paid Leave Benefits When You Are Unable to Work (04/22/2020)

How We Collect Data When People Don’t Answer the Phone (02/19/2020)

Ensuring Security and Fairness in the Release of Economic Statistics (01/23/2020)

Meet Our New Science and Technology Fellow at BLS (12/16/2019)

New Data on Employment and Wages in U.S. Establishments with Foreign Ownership (10/31/2019)

Modernizing BLS News Releases for the Next Generation (10/25/2019)

Did You Know Official Unemployment Estimates Are NOT from Unemployment Insurance Counts? (10/17/2019)

New App for Career Information Now Available (10/09/2019)

BLS Learns from Civic Digital Fellows (09/18/2019)

Labor Day 2019 Fast Facts (08/29/2019)

What is “Benchmarking” of Bureau of Labor Statistics Employment Data? (08/21/2019)

Building a Business? Start Here (08/16/2019)

Why This Counts: Measuring Occupational Requirements (08/07/2019)

Baseball, Hot Dogs, and Statistics (07/31/2019)

Why This Counts: 10 Million U.S. Establishments for the First Time (06/19/2019)

How Are Our Older Workers Doing? (05/20/2019)

Earth Day 2019: Careers that Care for Our Earth (04/19/2019)

BLS Local Data App Now Available for Android Devices (04/17/2019)

Why This Counts: What Do We Know about Strikes and Lockouts? (03/13/2019)

Celebrating Women in STEM Occupations (03/06/2019)

Tracking the Changing Nature of Work: the Process Continues (02/12/2019)

What Do We Know about Mega Metros? (01/23/2019)

Celebrating the International Year of the Periodic Table (01/16/2019)

Why This Counts: What Types of Jobs Are in the U.S. Labor Market? (01/08/2019)

Why This Counts: What Does the Future Hold for the Workforce? (11/02/2018)

New BLS Local Data App Now Available (10/18/2018)

Celebrating Our Teachers on World Teachers’ Day! (10/04/2018)

BLS Measures Electronically Mediated Work (09/28/2018)

Digging Deeper into the Details about the Unemployed (09/21/2018)

The Griswold Family Vacation through the Lens of BLS Data (09/12/2018)

Labor Day 2018 Fast Facts (08/31/2018)

How Hazardous are Summer Jobs for Our Young Workers? (08/28/2018)

A Clearer Look at Response Rates in BLS Surveys (08/22/2018)

Why This Counts: Tracking Workers over Time (07/30/2018)

Ensuring Gold‐Standard Data in the Eye of a Storm (06/14/2018)

BLS Big Data Delivers Hurricane Flood Zone Maps (06/07/2018)

Using Seasonally Adjusted Data or Not: a Case Study (05/25/2018)

Local Unemployment: How’s My State Doing? (05/11/2018)

Small Businesses: This is for YOU! (05/01/2018)

Earth‐friendly Careers for Earth Day 2018 (04/19/2018)

Do You Understand Your Local Economy? (02/22/2018)

Recalibrating the Jobs Thermometer (02/01/2018)

Data Privacy Day is Every Day at BLS (01/26/2018)

Why This Counts: What Does BLS Know about Certifications and Licenses? (12/18/2017)

Looking Under the Hood of Jobs Data: Job Openings and Hires by Firm Size (12/11/2017)

Labor Market Status of U.S. Military Veterans in 2017 (11/09/2017)

People with a Disability in the Labor Market (10/20/2017)

Trying to Understand an Unusual Employment Report (10/18/2017)

Labor Day 2017 Fast Facts (09/01/2017)

Diagnosing “Grey’s Anatomy” with 5 doses of BLS data (08/04/2017)

Most Dangerous Jobs? (06/27/2017)

Thinking about Summer Jobs (06/21/2017)

The Growing Need for Eldercare Workers (05/10/2017)

Put Your Writing Skills to Work (05/10/2017)

Why This Counts: Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey (04/25/2017)

Increasing Commuting Costs? (04/19/2017)

Teen Trends (04/13/2017)

Why Do We Ask about How People Use Their Time? (04/03/2017)

12 Stats about Working Women (03/02/2017)

Some Interesting Numbers about the Oscars (02/27/2017)

Shape the Future with a Teaching Career (02/16/2017)

Innovating for the Future (01/30/2017)

Why the Unemployment Rate Still Matters (01/25/2017)

How United Parcel Service Uses BLS Data (01/11/2017)

Seeing Significance: New Chart Showing Confidence Intervals for Nonfarm Employment Changes (11/22/2016)

Labor Market Status of U.S. Military Veterans (11/17/2016)

BLS Microdata Now More Easily Accessible to Researchers across the Country (10/18/2016)

A Brief Labor Market Update for Labor Day 2016 (09/02/2016)

Entrepreneurship Facts: Announcing New Research Data on Job Creation and Destruction by Firm Age and Size (04/28/2016)

Why This Counts: New Timely Data on Professional Certifications and Licenses (04/15/2016)

Partnering with the States to Provide Labor Market Information (03/28/2016)

Why This Counts: Measuring “Gig” Work (03/03/2016)

Worth a Thousand Words? Announcing Ready‐to‐Go Interactive Graphics with BLS News Releases (01/13/2016)

How People Use the Occupational Outlook Handbook to Search for Careers (12/17/2015)

Discussing the Jobs Report on C‐SPAN (11/06/2015)

Why This Counts: Celebrating 100 years of Current Employment Statistics (10/15/2015)

A History and Culture of Efficiency at BLS (10/02/2015)

Why This Counts: How BLS Data Support the Goals of the Americans with Disabilities Act (07/14/2015)

Visualizing BLS Data to Improve Understanding (05/21/2015)

Why This Counts: Tracking Labor Market Experience over a Lifetime (04/02/2015)

C‐SPAN Program Features BLS Union Membership Data (03/27/2015)

President’s 2016 budget would expand labor market data (02/26/2015)

Women in Statistics: Beyond the Headline (02/05/2015)

Announcing new research data on jobs and pay in the nonprofit sector (10/17/2014)

Learning about data needs from our customers and partners (10/07/2014)

You can vote for the BLS hurricane maps! (08/06/2014)

Accolades for the new BLS hurricane flood zone maps and tables (07/24/2014)

Talking to retailers about economic statistics (06/26/2014)

Big Data and new hurricane flood zone maps and tables (06/12/2014)

Introducing the new and improved BLS Commissioner’s Corner (05/02/2014)

Recent publications and new K‐12 Chart Maker tool (04/11/2014)

March Employment Situation (04/04/2014)

Two new BLS reports on minimum wage workers and the working poor (03/28/2014)

Veterans in the labor force; new Spotlight on injuries and illnesses (03/21/2014)

February Employment Situation and BLS budget update (03/07/2014)

My first anniversary at BLS; C‐SPAN program features employment projections (02/07/2014)

December Employment Situation (01/10/2014)

New Spotlight celebrates International Year of Statistics; long‐term employment projections released (12/20/2013)

November Employment Situation (12/06/2013)

International Year of Statistics symposium at BLS (11/08/2013)

Post‐government shutdown updates; new BLS K‐12 pages (10/25/2013)

Long term unemployment among men; employment trends among youth in summer 2013 (08/23/2013)

Geographic profiles report and two new Beyond the Numbers articles (08/16/2013)

Spotlight on Statistics redesign and July Employment Situation (08/02/2013)

Monthly Labor Review redesign; new Beyond the Numbers article discusses revisions to the jobs numbers (07/19/2013)

June Employment Situation (07/05/2013)

My testimony about BLS occupational wage data (06/21/2013)

Labor force characteristics of people with a disability (06/14/2013)

May Employment Situation; upcoming changes to the Monthly Labor Review (06/07/2013)

April Employment Situation and Monthly Labor Review; a look at employment in the Bakken Formation (05/03/2013)

Barriers to employment for persons with a disability (04/26/2013)

March Employment Situation (04/05/2013)

Green technologies and practices among establishments (03/29/2013)

The employment situation of military veterans in 2012 (03/22/2013)

February Employment Situation (03/08/2013)

Employment Projections

Update to the CareerInfo Mobile App Now Available (07/07/2022)

BLS at the Olympics (07/29/2021)

Labor Day 2020 Fast Facts (09/04/2020)

Projected Occupational Openings: Where Do They Come From? (02/05/2020)

New App for Career Information Now Available (10/09/2019)

Labor Day 2019 Fast Facts (08/29/2019)

How Are Our Older Workers Doing? (05/20/2019)

Earth Day 2019: Careers that Care for Our Earth (04/19/2019)

Celebrating Women in STEM Occupations (03/06/2019)

Celebrating the International Year of the Periodic Table (01/16/2019)

Why This Counts: What Types of Jobs Are in the U.S. Labor Market? (01/08/2019)

Why This Counts: What Does the Future Hold for the Workforce? (11/02/2018)

Celebrating Our Teachers on World Teachers’ Day! (10/04/2018)

Labor Day 2018 Fast Facts (08/31/2018)

A Clearer Look at Response Rates in BLS Surveys (08/22/2018)

Earth‐friendly Careers for Earth Day 2018 (04/19/2018)

Most Popular Items in the Occupational Outlook Handbook (10/25/2017)

Labor Day 2017 Fast Facts (09/01/2017)

Diagnosing “Grey’s Anatomy” with 5 doses of BLS data (08/04/2017)

The Growing Need for Eldercare Workers (05/10/2017)

Put Your Writing Skills to Work (05/10/2017)

Teen Trends (04/13/2017)

Some Interesting Numbers about the Oscars (02/27/2017)

Shape the Future with a Teaching Career (02/16/2017)

Labor Market Status of U.S. Military Veterans (11/17/2016)

A Brief Labor Market Update for Labor Day 2016 (09/02/2016)

Thinking About a New Job? Try Healthcare (03/21/2016)

How People Use the Occupational Outlook Handbook to Search for Careers (12/17/2015)

Data Snapshot: Employment Projections 2014–24 (12/08/2015)

Women in Statistics: Beyond the Headline (02/05/2015)

New Spotlight celebrates International Year of Statistics; long‐term employment projections released (12/20/2013)

Geographic Information

Measuring Business Response to COVID‐19 and Other Labor Market Developments (09/20/2022)

Celebrating African American History Month (02/25/2022)

What Have You Been Looking for on the BLS Website? (01/31/2022)

It’s a Small Statistical World (09/21/2021)

BLS at the Olympics (07/29/2021)

Improving Key Labor Market Estimates during the Pandemic and Beyond (04/19/2021)

Looking Back on the 2020 U.S. Labor Market and Economy (02/18/2021)

The Challenges of Seasonal Adjustment during the COVID‐19 Pandemic (12/21/2020)

Celebrating World Statistics Day 2020 (10/20/2020)

A Closer Look at Recent Employment Trends (09/17/2020)

New Measures of How Widespread Employment Changes Are across States and Metro Areas (08/19/2020)

New State and Metropolitan Area Data from the Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey (06/16/2020)

How Many Unemployed People? Comparing Survey Data and Unemployment Insurance Counts (06/03/2020)

How Have We Improved the Consumer Price Index? Let Me Count the Ways (04/07/2020)

State Productivity: A BLS Production (03/03/2020)

How We Collect Data When People Don’t Answer the Phone (02/19/2020)

New Data on Employment and Wages in U.S. Establishments with Foreign Ownership (10/31/2019)

Building a Business? Start Here (08/16/2019)

Baseball, Hot Dogs, and Statistics (07/31/2019)

New State Data on Labor Productivity and Job Openings and Labor Turnover (07/24/2019)

Why This Counts: 10 Million U.S. Establishments for the First Time (06/19/2019)

Improved Mapping Tool for Local Area Unemployment Statistics (06/07/2019)

Wage Information Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow (05/06/2019)

BLS Local Data App Now Available for Android Devices (04/17/2019)

Why This Counts: What Do We Know about Strikes and Lockouts? (03/13/2019)

Celebrating Women in STEM Occupations (03/06/2019)

What Happened to Natural Gas Prices at the End of 2018? (03/01/2019)

Wages and Benefits in a City Near You (02/22/2019)

What Do We Know about Mega Metros? (01/23/2019)

Why This Counts: What Types of Jobs Are in the U.S. Labor Market? (01/08/2019)

Why This Counts: What Does the Future Hold for the Workforce? (11/02/2018)

Making It Easier to Find Data on Pay and Benefits (10/24/2018)

New BLS Local Data App Now Available (10/18/2018)

Celebrating Our Teachers on World Teachers’ Day! (10/04/2018)

The Griswold Family Vacation through the Lens of BLS Data (09/12/2018)

Labor Day 2018 Fast Facts (08/31/2018)

A Clearer Look at Response Rates in BLS Surveys (08/22/2018)

Why This Counts: What are the U.S. Import and Export Price Indexes? (07/12/2018)

Ensuring Gold‐Standard Data in the Eye of a Storm (06/14/2018)

BLS Big Data Delivers Hurricane Flood Zone Maps (06/07/2018)

Local Unemployment: How’s My State Doing? (05/11/2018)

Small Businesses: This is for YOU! (05/01/2018)

Reaching out to Stakeholders—and Steakholders—in Philadelphia (04/05/2018)

Up and Down the Turnpike: The Power of State Estimates of Consumer Spending (03/23/2018)

Why This Counts: Maximizing Our Data Using the Consumer Expenditure Survey (03/06/2018)

Do You Understand Your Local Economy? (02/22/2018)

Celebrating 75 Years of BLS Regional Offices (12/21/2017)

Trying to Understand an Unusual Employment Report (10/18/2017)

Diagnosing “Grey’s Anatomy” with 5 doses of BLS data (08/04/2017)

Why This Counts: How the Consumer Price Index Affects You (05/30/2017)

Bringing You Better Data on Occupational Wages (03/30/2017)

Some Interesting Numbers about the Oscars (02/27/2017)

How United Parcel Service Uses BLS Data (01/11/2017)

Labor Market Status of U.S. Military Veterans (11/17/2016)

BLS Microdata Now More Easily Accessible to Researchers across the Country (10/18/2016)

A Brief Labor Market Update for Labor Day 2016 (09/02/2016)

Entrepreneurship Facts: Announcing New Research Data on Job Creation and Destruction by Firm Age and Size (04/28/2016)

Partnering with the States to Provide Labor Market Information (03/28/2016)

Celebrating Our Customers (10/06/2015)

Visualizing BLS Data to Improve Understanding (05/21/2015)

President’s 2016 budget would expand labor market data (02/26/2015)

BLS regional webpages get a makeover (11/19/2014)

Announcing new research data on jobs and pay in the nonprofit sector (10/17/2014)

You can vote for the BLS hurricane maps! (08/06/2014)

Accolades for the new BLS hurricane flood zone maps and tables (07/24/2014)

Big Data and new hurricane flood zone maps and tables (06/12/2014)

Industries

Measuring Business Response to COVID‐19 and Other Labor Market Developments (09/20/2022)

Catching up on Recent BLS Activities (07/28/2022)

Update to the CareerInfo Mobile App Now Available (07/07/2022)

How Timing and World Events Affect Price Statistics (04/26/2022)

Has the Labor Market Recovered from the COVID‐19 Pandemic? (04/07/2022)

Celebrating Women’s History Month with BLS Data (03/17/2022)

What’s Going on with the Large Revisions in Seasonally Adjusted Employment Estimates? (02/28/2022)

Celebrating African American History Month (02/25/2022)

Spend Thanksgiving Day with BLS! (11/19/2021)

Expanding BLS Data on Total Factor Productivity (11/05/2021)

BLS Data in More Than a Century of Pictures (09/27/2021)

It’s a Small Statistical World (09/21/2021)

A Labor Day Look at How American Workers Have Changed over 40 Years (09/01/2021)

A Look at the Price of Construction (08/26/2021)

Making Sense of Job Openings and Other Labor Market Measures (07/26/2021)

Brood X Cicadas over the History of BLS Data (06/30/2021)

Employment Trends of Asians and Native Hawaiians and Other Pacific Islanders (05/24/2021)

A New Tool at BLS: Video Data Collection Interview (05/18/2021)

Looking Back on the 2020 U.S. Labor Market and Economy (02/18/2021)

A Truckload of Transportation Statistics (01/21/2021)

Measuring Employment across the Supply and Output Chain (01/07/2021)

The Challenges of Seasonal Adjustment during the COVID‐19 Pandemic (12/21/2020)

Celebrating World Statistics Day 2020 (10/20/2020)

A Closer Look at Recent Employment Trends (09/17/2020)

New Measures of How Widespread Employment Changes Are across States and Metro Areas (08/19/2020)

New Recommendations on Improving Data on Contingent and Alternative Work Arrangements (08/10/2020)

New State and Metropolitan Area Data from the Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey (06/16/2020)

Paid Leave Benefits When You Are Unable to Work (04/22/2020)

Ensuring Security and Fairness in the Release of Economic Statistics (01/23/2020)

Why This Counts: Measuring Industry Productivity (01/03/2020)

New Data on Employment and Wages in U.S. Establishments with Foreign Ownership (10/31/2019)

BLS Learns from Civic Digital Fellows (09/18/2019)

Labor Day 2019 Fast Facts (08/29/2019)

What is “Benchmarking” of Bureau of Labor Statistics Employment Data? (08/21/2019)

Building a Business? Start Here (08/16/2019)

Baseball, Hot Dogs, and Statistics (07/31/2019)

New State Data on Labor Productivity and Job Openings and Labor Turnover (07/24/2019)

Why This Counts: 10 Million U.S. Establishments for the First Time (06/19/2019)

Wage Information Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow (05/06/2019)

BLS Local Data App Now Available for Android Devices (04/17/2019)

Why This Counts: What Do We Know about Strikes and Lockouts? (03/13/2019)

What Happened to Natural Gas Prices at the End of 2018? (03/01/2019)

Wages and Benefits in a City Near You (02/22/2019)

What Do We Know about Mega Metros? (01/23/2019)

Why This Counts: What Types of Jobs Are in the U.S. Labor Market? (01/08/2019)

New Measures of Prices for Global Trade (11/15/2018)

Why This Counts: What Does the Future Hold for the Workforce? (11/02/2018)

Making It Easier to Find Data on Pay and Benefits (10/24/2018)

New BLS Local Data App Now Available (10/18/2018)

Why This Counts: Breaking Down Multifactor Productivity (10/11/2018)

BLS Measures Electronically Mediated Work (09/28/2018)

The Griswold Family Vacation through the Lens of BLS Data (09/12/2018)

Labor Day 2018 Fast Facts (08/31/2018)

Why This Counts: What are the U.S. Import and Export Price Indexes? (07/12/2018)

Ensuring Gold‐Standard Data in the Eye of a Storm (06/14/2018)

BLS Big Data Delivers Hurricane Flood Zone Maps (06/07/2018)

Using Seasonally Adjusted Data or Not: a Case Study (05/25/2018)

Small Businesses: This is for YOU! (05/01/2018)

Why This Counts: What is the Producer Price Index and How Does It Impact Me? (04/10/2018)

Do You Understand Your Local Economy? (02/22/2018)

Recalibrating the Jobs Thermometer (02/01/2018)

Recent Improvements to BLS Occupational Safety and Health Statistics (01/19/2018)

Workplace Fatalities of Older U.S. Workers, Including Baby Boomers, Reach Historic High (01/12/2018)

Looking Under the Hood of Jobs Data: Job Openings and Hires by Firm Size (12/11/2017)

Labor Market Status of U.S. Military Veterans in 2017 (11/09/2017)

Trying to Understand an Unusual Employment Report (10/18/2017)

Labor Day 2017 Fast Facts (09/01/2017)

Diagnosing “Grey’s Anatomy” with 5 doses of BLS data (08/04/2017)

Thinking about Summer Jobs (06/21/2017)

Some Interesting Numbers about the Oscars (02/27/2017)

Seeing Significance: New Chart Showing Confidence Intervals for Nonfarm Employment Changes (11/22/2016)

Why This Counts: Productivity and Its Impact on Our Lives (08/09/2016)

Entrepreneurship Facts: Announcing New Research Data on Job Creation and Destruction by Firm Age and Size (04/28/2016)

Partnering with the States to Provide Labor Market Information (03/28/2016)

Worth a Thousand Words? Announcing Ready‐to‐Go Interactive Graphics with BLS News Releases (01/13/2016)

Why This Counts: Slips, Trips, and Falls in the Workplace (12/11/2015)

Discussing the Jobs Report on C‐SPAN (11/06/2015)

President’s 2016 budget would expand labor market data (02/26/2015)

Announcing new research data on jobs and pay in the nonprofit sector (10/17/2014)

Talking to retailers about economic statistics (06/26/2014)

New Producer Price Index methodology and latest editions of Beyond the Numbers (02/21/2014)

June Employment Situation (07/05/2013)

Five new editions of Beyond the Numbers (05/17/2013)

My participation in a panel discussion; two new Beyond the Numbers articles (04/12/2013)

New Spotlight on labor productivity trends by industry (03/15/2013)

Inflation and Prices

Looking at Recent Price Increases for Baby Food (01/19/2023)

Weight (wait) up! Increasing the Relevance of Consumer Price Index Weights (01/10/2023)

A Look at Thanksgiving Food Prices in 1947 and Today (11/21/2022)

Learning about the Producer Price Index Special Groupings (08/16/2022)

Catching up on Recent BLS Activities (07/28/2022)

Inflation, as Seen through the Bake Shop Window (06/02/2022)

A Blueprint for Modernizing the Consumer Price Index (05/24/2022)

Measuring Changes in Shelter Prices in the Consumer Price Index (05/20/2022)

Measuring Consumer Prices for New Vehicles More Accurately (05/09/2022)

How Timing and World Events Affect Price Statistics (04/26/2022)

What Have You Been Looking for on the BLS Website? (01/31/2022)

Answers to Some Recent Questions about BLS Data (12/21/2021)

Spend Thanksgiving Day with BLS! (11/19/2021)

BLS Data in More Than a Century of Pictures (09/27/2021)

It’s a Small Statistical World (09/21/2021)

A Look at the Price of Construction (08/26/2021)

The Latest on Improving the Accuracy of the Consumer Price Index (08/19/2021)

Reflecting on Our Recent Price Data User Conference (08/16/2021)

BLS at the Olympics (07/29/2021)

Brood X Cicadas over the History of BLS Data (06/30/2021)

A New Tool at BLS: Video Data Collection Interview (05/18/2021)

Providing Context for Recent Increases in Gasoline Prices (04/29/2021)

Looking Back on the 2020 U.S. Labor Market and Economy (02/18/2021)

A Truckload of Transportation Statistics (01/21/2021)

The Challenges of Seasonal Adjustment during the COVID‐19 Pandemic (12/21/2020)

Innovations at BLS during the COVID‐19 Pandemic (11/24/2020)

Celebrating World Statistics Day 2020 (10/20/2020)

How Much Does a Cup of Coffee Cost? It’s Complicated (09/28/2020)

Improving How We Measure Prices for New Vehicles (05/29/2020)

When Worlds Converge: Statistics Agencies Learning from Each Other during the Pandemic (05/14/2020)

How Have We Improved the Consumer Price Index? Let Me Count the Ways (04/07/2020)

How We Collect Data When People Don’t Answer the Phone (02/19/2020)

You Paid HOW MUCH for a Ticket to the Game? (01/28/2020)

Ensuring Security and Fairness in the Release of Economic Statistics (01/23/2020)

Improving the Accuracy of the Consumer Price Index (12/20/2019)

Modernizing BLS News Releases for the Next Generation (10/25/2019)

BLS Learns from Civic Digital Fellows (09/18/2019)

Labor Day 2019 Fast Facts (08/29/2019)

Baseball, Hot Dogs, and Statistics (07/31/2019)

Wage Information Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow (05/06/2019)

What Happened to Natural Gas Prices at the End of 2018? (03/01/2019)

New Measures of Prices for Global Trade (11/15/2018)

The Griswold Family Vacation through the Lens of BLS Data (09/12/2018)

A Clearer Look at Response Rates in BLS Surveys (08/22/2018)

Why This Counts: What are the U.S. Import and Export Price Indexes? (07/12/2018)

Why This Counts: What is the Producer Price Index and How Does It Impact Me? (04/10/2018)

Reaching out to Stakeholders—and Steakholders—in Philadelphia (04/05/2018)

Up and Down the Turnpike: The Power of State Estimates of Consumer Spending (03/23/2018)

BLS Celebrates Read Across America Day (03/01/2018)

Do You Understand Your Local Economy? (02/22/2018)

Data Privacy Day is Every Day at BLS (01/26/2018)

Celebrating 75 Years of BLS Regional Offices (12/21/2017)

What Does the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Tell Us about Football? (11/21/2017)

Why This Counts: How the Consumer Price Index Affects You (05/30/2017)

Increasing Commuting Costs? (04/19/2017)

Ice Cream versus Bacon (04/13/2017)

Some Interesting Numbers about the Oscars (02/27/2017)

Innovating for the Future (01/30/2017)

Measuring Uncertainty in the Producer Price Index (11/28/2016)

The Value and Influence of Labor Statistics in the 21st Century (10/11/2016)

Worth a Thousand Words? Announcing Ready‐to‐Go Interactive Graphics with BLS News Releases (01/13/2016)

Why This Counts: Understanding what the Producer Price Index Measures (11/13/2015)

A History and Culture of Efficiency at BLS (10/02/2015)

Experimental Disease‐Based Price Indexes Now Available (07/30/2015)

An Important Improvement in the Consumer Price Index (04/17/2015)

Why This Counts: Medical Care Services in the CPI (03/26/2015)

Government Statistics in a World of Big Data (03/18/2015)

President’s 2016 budget would fund data on export prices and poverty measures (03/13/2015)

Trade indexes in the Producer Price Index (11/20/2014)

Talking to retailers about economic statistics (06/26/2014)

Cleveland Fed conference on “all things inflation” (06/19/2014)

New Producer Price Index methodology and latest editions of Beyond the Numbers (02/21/2014)

Upcoming Producer Price Index methodology changes (01/31/2014)

Collection of Consumer Price Index detailed price information (11/14/2013)

Geographic profiles report and two new Beyond the Numbers articles (08/16/2013)

The longest‐serving employee at BLS; May edition of the Monthly Labor Review (05/31/2013)

Five new editions of Beyond the Numbers (05/17/2013)

My testimony on methods used to calculate the CPI (04/19/2013)

Spending among urban and rural households; average food prices in 2013 (03/01/2013)

Job Openings, Hires, and Separations

Labor Market Dynamics during the COVID‐19 Pandemic (11/15/2022)

Has the Labor Market Recovered from the COVID‐19 Pandemic? (04/07/2022)

What Have You Been Looking for on the BLS Website? (01/31/2022)

Spend Thanksgiving Day with BLS! (11/19/2021)

Making Sense of Job Openings and Other Labor Market Measures (07/26/2021)

Improving Key Labor Market Estimates during the Pandemic and Beyond (04/19/2021)

The Challenges of Seasonal Adjustment during the COVID‐19 Pandemic (12/21/2020)

Innovations at BLS during the COVID‐19 Pandemic (11/24/2020)

Celebrating World Statistics Day 2020 (10/20/2020)

Labor Day 2020 Fast Facts (09/04/2020)

New State and Metropolitan Area Data from the Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey (06/16/2020)

Projected Occupational Openings: Where Do They Come From? (02/05/2020)

Labor Day 2019 Fast Facts (08/29/2019)

New State Data on Labor Productivity and Job Openings and Labor Turnover (07/24/2019)

Tracking the Changing Nature of Work: the Process Continues (02/12/2019)

Digging Deeper into the Details about the Unemployed (09/21/2018)

Labor Day 2018 Fast Facts (08/31/2018)

Looking Under the Hood of Jobs Data: Job Openings and Hires by Firm Size (12/11/2017)

Labor Market Status of U.S. Military Veterans in 2017 (11/09/2017)

Labor Day 2017 Fast Facts (09/01/2017)

Diagnosing “Grey’s Anatomy” with 5 doses of BLS data (08/04/2017)

Put Your Writing Skills to Work (05/10/2017)

Why This Counts: Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey (04/25/2017)

Why the Unemployment Rate Still Matters (01/25/2017)

Labor Market Status of U.S. Military Veterans (11/17/2016)

Entrepreneurship Facts: Announcing New Research Data on Job Creation and Destruction by Firm Age and Size (04/28/2016)

Worth a Thousand Words? Announcing Ready‐to‐Go Interactive Graphics with BLS News Releases (01/13/2016)

A History and Culture of Efficiency at BLS (10/02/2015)

President’s 2016 budget would expand labor market data (02/26/2015)

Learning about data needs from our customers and partners (10/07/2014)

C‐SPAN program takes a look at hires, job openings, and separations (06/28/2013)

Labor Force Characteristics

Labor Market Dynamics during the COVID‐19 Pandemic (11/15/2022)

What Baseball Statistics and BLS Productivity Statistics Have in Common (10/28/2022)

BLS Now Publishing Monthly Data for Native Hawaiians and Other Pacific Islanders and People of Two or More Races (09/02/2022)

Catching up on Recent BLS Activities (07/28/2022)

Employment Trends of Asians and Native Hawaiians and Other Pacific Islanders (05/25/2022)

Has the Labor Market Recovered from the COVID‐19 Pandemic? (04/07/2022)

Celebrating Women’s History Month with BLS Data (03/17/2022)

BLS Now Publishing Monthly Data for American Indians and Alaska Natives (02/14/2022)

What Have You Been Looking for on the BLS Website? (01/31/2022)

It’s a Small Statistical World (09/21/2021)

A Labor Day Look at How American Workers Have Changed over 40 Years (09/01/2021)

Employment Trends of Asians and Native Hawaiians and Other Pacific Islanders (05/24/2021)

Improving Key Labor Market Estimates during the Pandemic and Beyond (04/19/2021)

Celebrating Women’s History Month with a Look at Women in the Labor Force (03/30/2021)

Looking Back on the 2020 U.S. Labor Market and Economy (02/18/2021)

The Challenges of Seasonal Adjustment during the COVID‐19 Pandemic (12/21/2020)

Innovations at BLS during the COVID‐19 Pandemic (11/24/2020)

Celebrating World Statistics Day 2020 (10/20/2020)

New Recommendations on Improving Data on Contingent and Alternative Work Arrangements (08/10/2020)

Update on the Misclassification that Affected the Unemployment Rate (06/29/2020)

How Many Unemployed People? Comparing Survey Data and Unemployment Insurance Counts (06/03/2020)

Paid Leave Benefits When You Are Unable to Work (04/22/2020)

Ensuring Security and Fairness in the Release of Economic Statistics (01/23/2020)

New Data on Balancing Family Needs with Work (12/05/2019)

New Data on Employment and Wages in U.S. Establishments with Foreign Ownership (10/31/2019)

Modernizing BLS News Releases for the Next Generation (10/25/2019)

Did You Know Official Unemployment Estimates Are NOT from Unemployment Insurance Counts? (10/17/2019)

Labor Day 2019 Fast Facts (08/29/2019)

How Are Our Older Workers Doing? (05/20/2019)

Celebrating Women in STEM Occupations (03/06/2019)

Tracking the Changing Nature of Work: the Process Continues (02/12/2019)

Why This Counts: What Does the Future Hold for the Workforce? (11/02/2018)

BLS Measures Electronically Mediated Work (09/28/2018)

Digging Deeper into the Details about the Unemployed (09/21/2018)

The Griswold Family Vacation through the Lens of BLS Data (09/12/2018)

Labor Day 2018 Fast Facts (08/31/2018)

A Clearer Look at Response Rates in BLS Surveys (08/22/2018)

Why This Counts: Tracking Workers over Time (07/30/2018)

Reaching out to Stakeholders—and Steakholders—in Philadelphia (04/05/2018)

Workplace Fatalities of Older U.S. Workers, Including Baby Boomers, Reach Historic High (01/12/2018)

Why This Counts: What Does BLS Know about Certifications and Licenses? (12/18/2017)

Labor Market Status of U.S. Military Veterans in 2017 (11/09/2017)

People with a Disability in the Labor Market (10/20/2017)

Diagnosing “Grey’s Anatomy” with 5 doses of BLS data (08/04/2017)

Thinking about Summer Jobs (06/21/2017)

The Growing Need for Eldercare Workers (05/10/2017)

Teen Trends (04/13/2017)

Bringing You Better Data on Occupational Wages (03/30/2017)

12 Stats about Working Women (03/02/2017)

Why the Unemployment Rate Still Matters (01/25/2017)

Labor Market Status of U.S. Military Veterans (11/17/2016)

BLS Microdata Now More Easily Accessible to Researchers across the Country (10/18/2016)

A Brief Labor Market Update for Labor Day 2016 (09/02/2016)

Why This Counts: New Timely Data on Professional Certifications and Licenses (04/15/2016)

Why This Counts: Measuring “Gig” Work (03/03/2016)

Worth a Thousand Words? Announcing Ready‐to‐Go Interactive Graphics with BLS News Releases (01/13/2016)

Data Snapshot: Employment Projections 2014–24 (12/08/2015)

Discussing the Jobs Report on C‐SPAN (11/06/2015)

Why This Counts: How BLS Data Support the Goals of the Americans with Disabilities Act (07/14/2015)

Why This Counts: Tracking Labor Market Experience over a Lifetime (04/02/2015)

C‐SPAN Program Features BLS Union Membership Data (03/27/2015)

Long term unemployment among men; employment trends among youth in summer 2013 (08/23/2013)

Labor force characteristics of people with a disability (06/14/2013)

My interview with The Washington Post (05/24/2013)

The employment situation of military veterans in 2012 (03/22/2013)

Monthly Labor Review

BLS Data in More Than a Century of Pictures (09/27/2021)

Paid Leave Benefits When You Are Unable to Work (04/22/2020)

BLS Measures Electronically Mediated Work (09/28/2018)

Why This Counts: Maximizing Our Data Using the Consumer Expenditure Survey (03/06/2018)

Why This Counts: Celebrating 100 years of Current Employment Statistics (10/15/2015)

Visualizing BLS Data to Improve Understanding (05/21/2015)

Seeking an expert to speak about the labor market and economy? (07/31/2014)

Recent publications and new K‐12 Chart Maker tool (04/11/2014)

New Producer Price Index methodology and latest editions of Beyond the Numbers (02/21/2014)

Upcoming Producer Price Index methodology changes (01/31/2014)

Occupational safety and health articles in the Monthly Labor Review (01/17/2014)

2014–2015 Occupational Outlook Handbook and related articles (01/08/2014)

New Spotlight celebrates International Year of Statistics; long‐term employment projections released (12/20/2013)

Adjusted news release schedule; new Monthly Labor Review article and women’s earnings report (10/31/2013)

Consumer expenditures in 2012 and related articles (09/13/2013)

Employee tenure Spotlight and new article on wage estimates by job characteristics (09/06/2013)

Monthly Labor Review redesign; new Beyond the Numbers article discusses revisions to the jobs numbers (07/19/2013)

May Employment Situation; upcoming changes to the Monthly Labor Review (06/07/2013)

The longest‐serving employee at BLS; May edition of the Monthly Labor Review (05/31/2013)

April Employment Situation and Monthly Labor Review; a look at employment in the Bakken Formation (05/03/2013)

Green technologies and practices among establishments (03/29/2013)

Spending among urban and rural households; average food prices in 2013 (03/01/2013)

Occupations

Catching up on Recent BLS Activities (07/28/2022)

BLS at the Olympics (07/29/2021)

A Truckload of Transportation Statistics (01/21/2021)

Celebrating World Statistics Day 2020 (10/20/2020)

Increasing Access and Opportunity: Using Quality Data to Inform Evidence‐Based Policy (10/15/2020)

New Recommendations on Improving Data on Contingent and Alternative Work Arrangements (08/10/2020)

Paid Leave Benefits When You Are Unable to Work (04/22/2020)

Projected Occupational Openings: Where Do They Come From? (02/05/2020)

New Data on Employment and Wages in U.S. Establishments with Foreign Ownership (10/31/2019)

Did You Know Official Unemployment Estimates Are NOT from Unemployment Insurance Counts? (10/17/2019)

New App for Career Information Now Available (10/09/2019)

BLS Learns from Civic Digital Fellows (09/18/2019)

Labor Day 2019 Fast Facts (08/29/2019)

Why This Counts: Measuring Occupational Requirements (08/07/2019)

Baseball, Hot Dogs, and Statistics (07/31/2019)

Wage Information Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow (05/06/2019)

Earth Day 2019: Careers that Care for Our Earth (04/19/2019)

BLS Local Data App Now Available for Android Devices (04/17/2019)

Celebrating Women in STEM Occupations (03/06/2019)

Wages and Benefits in a City Near You (02/22/2019)

What Do We Know about Mega Metros? (01/23/2019)

Celebrating the International Year of the Periodic Table (01/16/2019)

Why This Counts: What Types of Jobs Are in the U.S. Labor Market? (01/08/2019)

Why This Counts: What Does the Future Hold for the Workforce? (11/02/2018)

Making It Easier to Find Data on Pay and Benefits (10/24/2018)

New BLS Local Data App Now Available (10/18/2018)

Celebrating Our Teachers on World Teachers’ Day! (10/04/2018)

The Griswold Family Vacation through the Lens of BLS Data (09/12/2018)

Labor Day 2018 Fast Facts (08/31/2018)

How Hazardous are Summer Jobs for Our Young Workers? (08/28/2018)

BLS Big Data Delivers Hurricane Flood Zone Maps (06/07/2018)

Earth‐friendly Careers for Earth Day 2018 (04/19/2018)

Reaching out to Stakeholders—and Steakholders—in Philadelphia (04/05/2018)

Cooks, Chefs, and Bakers: If You Can’t Stand the Heat, Get Out of the Kitchen? (04/02/2018)

BLS Celebrates Read Across America Day (03/01/2018)

Workplace Fatalities of Older U.S. Workers, Including Baby Boomers, Reach Historic High (01/12/2018)

Why This Counts: What Does BLS Know about Certifications and Licenses? (12/18/2017)

Looking Under the Hood of Jobs Data: Job Openings and Hires by Firm Size (12/11/2017)

Most Popular Items in the Occupational Outlook Handbook (10/25/2017)

Labor Day 2017 Fast Facts (09/01/2017)

Diagnosing “Grey’s Anatomy” with 5 doses of BLS data (08/04/2017)

Most Dangerous Jobs? (06/27/2017)

The Growing Need for Eldercare Workers (05/10/2017)

Put Your Writing Skills to Work (05/10/2017)

Now on Video: Finding Better Ways to Talk about Data (05/05/2017)

Bringing You Better Data on Occupational Wages (03/30/2017)

12 Stats about Working Women (03/02/2017)

Some Interesting Numbers about the Oscars (02/27/2017)

Shape the Future with a Teaching Career (02/16/2017)

BLS Releases Data from the New Occupational Requirements Survey (12/01/2016)

Partnering with the States to Provide Labor Market Information (03/28/2016)

Why This Counts: Measuring “Gig” Work (03/03/2016)

Why This Counts: Slips, Trips, and Falls in the Workplace (12/11/2015)

Women in Statistics: Beyond the Headline (02/05/2015)

New pilot study from the Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses (04/17/2014)

New Producer Price Index methodology and latest editions of Beyond the Numbers (02/21/2014)

Occupational safety and health articles in the Monthly Labor Review (01/17/2014)

2014–2015 Occupational Outlook Handbook and related articles (01/08/2014)

Employee tenure Spotlight and new article on wage estimates by job characteristics (09/06/2013)

Monthly Labor Review redesign; new Beyond the Numbers article discusses revisions to the jobs numbers (07/19/2013)

My testimony about BLS occupational wage data (06/21/2013)

Productivity

What Baseball Statistics and BLS Productivity Statistics Have in Common (10/28/2022)

Remembering Dale Jorgenson (08/24/2022)

Catching up on Recent BLS Activities (07/28/2022)

Answers to Some Recent Questions about BLS Data (12/21/2021)

Spend Thanksgiving Day with BLS! (11/19/2021)

Expanding BLS Data on Total Factor Productivity (11/05/2021)

It’s a Small Statistical World (09/21/2021)

BLS at the Olympics (07/29/2021)

Brood X Cicadas over the History of BLS Data (06/30/2021)

Productivity Perspective of the 2020 COVID‐19 Pandemic (03/05/2021)

Looking Back on the 2020 U.S. Labor Market and Economy (02/18/2021)

The Challenges of Seasonal Adjustment during the COVID‐19 Pandemic (12/21/2020)

Innovations at BLS during the COVID‐19 Pandemic (11/24/2020)

Celebrating World Statistics Day 2020 (10/20/2020)

Labor Day 2020 Fast Facts (09/04/2020)

State Productivity: A BLS Production (03/03/2020)

How We Collect Data When People Don’t Answer the Phone (02/19/2020)

Ensuring Security and Fairness in the Release of Economic Statistics (01/23/2020)

Why This Counts: Measuring Industry Productivity (01/03/2020)

Let’s Celebrate the Productive U.S. Workforce (09/11/2019)

Labor Day 2019 Fast Facts (08/29/2019)

New State Data on Labor Productivity and Job Openings and Labor Turnover (07/24/2019)

Wage Information Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow (05/06/2019)

Making It Easier to Find Data on Pay and Benefits (10/24/2018)

Why This Counts: Breaking Down Multifactor Productivity (10/11/2018)

The Griswold Family Vacation through the Lens of BLS Data (09/12/2018)

Labor Day 2018 Fast Facts (08/31/2018)

A Clearer Look at Response Rates in BLS Surveys (08/22/2018)

Labor Day 2017 Fast Facts (09/01/2017)

Now on Video: Finding Better Ways to Talk about Data (05/05/2017)

A Brief Labor Market Update for Labor Day 2016 (09/02/2016)

Why This Counts: Productivity and Its Impact on Our Lives (08/09/2016)

Worth a Thousand Words? Announcing Ready‐to‐Go Interactive Graphics with BLS News Releases (01/13/2016)

Learning about data needs from our customers and partners (10/07/2014)

New Spotlight on labor productivity trends by industry (03/15/2013)

Survey Respondents

Looking at Recent Price Increases for Baby Food (01/19/2023)

Weight (wait) up! Increasing the Relevance of Consumer Price Index Weights (01/10/2023)

A Blueprint for Modernizing the Consumer Price Index (05/24/2022)

Measuring Consumer Prices for New Vehicles More Accurately (05/09/2022)

How Timing and World Events Affect Price Statistics (04/26/2022)

Answers to Some Recent Questions about BLS Data (12/21/2021)

It’s a Small Statistical World (09/21/2021)

A Labor Day Look at How American Workers Have Changed over 40 Years (09/01/2021)

Reflecting on Our Recent Price Data User Conference (08/16/2021)

A New Tool at BLS: Video Data Collection Interview (05/18/2021)

Looking Back on the 2020 U.S. Labor Market and Economy (02/18/2021)

Innovations at BLS during the COVID‐19 Pandemic (11/24/2020)

How Much Does a Cup of Coffee Cost? It’s Complicated (09/28/2020)

A Closer Look at Recent Employment Trends (09/17/2020)

Labor Day 2020 Fast Facts (09/04/2020)

New Recommendations on Improving Data on Contingent and Alternative Work Arrangements (08/10/2020)

Update on the Misclassification that Affected the Unemployment Rate (06/29/2020)

When Worlds Converge: Statistics Agencies Learning from Each Other during the Pandemic (05/14/2020)

Paid Leave Benefits When You Are Unable to Work (04/22/2020)

How Have We Improved the Consumer Price Index? Let Me Count the Ways (04/07/2020)

How We Collect Data When People Don’t Answer the Phone (02/19/2020)

Did You Know Official Unemployment Estimates Are NOT from Unemployment Insurance Counts? (10/17/2019)

Why This Counts: Measuring Occupational Requirements (08/07/2019)

Tracking the Changing Nature of Work: the Process Continues (02/12/2019)

BLS Measures Electronically Mediated Work (09/28/2018)

Digging Deeper into the Details about the Unemployed (09/21/2018)

A Clearer Look at Response Rates in BLS Surveys (08/22/2018)

Why This Counts: Tracking Workers over Time (07/30/2018)

Ensuring Gold‐Standard Data in the Eye of a Storm (06/14/2018)

BLS Big Data Delivers Hurricane Flood Zone Maps (06/07/2018)

Small Businesses: This is for YOU! (05/01/2018)

Reaching out to Stakeholders—and Steakholders—in Philadelphia (04/05/2018)

Why This Counts: Maximizing Our Data Using the Consumer Expenditure Survey (03/06/2018)

Data Privacy Day is Every Day at BLS (01/26/2018)

People with a Disability in the Labor Market (10/20/2017)

Why This Counts: How the Consumer Price Index Affects You (05/30/2017)

BLS Staff Member Receives Prestigious Honor (05/22/2017)

Innovating for the Future (01/30/2017)

BLS Microdata Now More Easily Accessible to Researchers across the Country (10/18/2016)

Partnering with the States to Provide Labor Market Information (03/28/2016)

Why This Counts: Celebrating 100 years of Current Employment Statistics (10/15/2015)

Celebrating Our Customers (10/06/2015)

Experimental Disease‐Based Price Indexes Now Available (07/30/2015)

Protecting the public’s trust in federal statistics (12/12/2014)

Recognizing innovators at BLS (11/03/2014)

Talking to retailers about economic statistics (06/26/2014)

On the road in the Lone Star State (05/30/2014)

Why your survey answers are important (05/15/2014)

U.S. Statistical System

Looking at Recent Price Increases for Baby Food (01/19/2023)

Weight (wait) up! Increasing the Relevance of Consumer Price Index Weights (01/10/2023)

What Baseball Statistics and BLS Productivity Statistics Have in Common (10/28/2022)

BLS Now Publishing Monthly Data for Native Hawaiians and Other Pacific Islanders and People of Two or More Races (09/02/2022)

Remembering Dale Jorgenson (08/24/2022)

Learning about the Producer Price Index Special Groupings (08/16/2022)

Catching up on Recent BLS Activities (07/28/2022)

A Blueprint for Modernizing the Consumer Price Index (05/24/2022)

Measuring Changes in Shelter Prices in the Consumer Price Index (05/20/2022)

Measuring Consumer Prices for New Vehicles More Accurately (05/09/2022)

How Timing and World Events Affect Price Statistics (04/26/2022)

Has the Labor Market Recovered from the COVID‐19 Pandemic? (04/07/2022)

What’s Going on with the Large Revisions in Seasonally Adjusted Employment Estimates? (02/28/2022)

What Have You Been Looking for on the BLS Website? (01/31/2022)

Answers to Some Recent Questions about BLS Data (12/21/2021)

Spend Thanksgiving Day with BLS! (11/19/2021)

Expanding BLS Data on Total Factor Productivity (11/05/2021)

It’s a Small Statistical World (09/21/2021)

The Latest on Improving the Accuracy of the Consumer Price Index (08/19/2021)

Brood X Cicadas over the History of BLS Data (06/30/2021)

A New Tool at BLS: Video Data Collection Interview (05/18/2021)

Improving Key Labor Market Estimates during the Pandemic and Beyond (04/19/2021)

On the Importance of Maintaining—and Sometimes Changing—Official Historical Records (02/24/2021)

Looking Back on the 2020 U.S. Labor Market and Economy (02/18/2021)

A Truckload of Transportation Statistics (01/21/2021)

Measuring Employment across the Supply and Output Chain (01/07/2021)

The Challenges of Seasonal Adjustment during the COVID‐19 Pandemic (12/21/2020)

Innovations at BLS during the COVID‐19 Pandemic (11/24/2020)

Celebrating World Statistics Day 2020 (10/20/2020)

Increasing Access and Opportunity: Using Quality Data to Inform Evidence‐Based Policy (10/15/2020)

Labor Day 2020 Fast Facts (09/04/2020)

New Recommendations on Improving Data on Contingent and Alternative Work Arrangements (08/10/2020)

Update on the Misclassification that Affected the Unemployment Rate (06/29/2020)

How Many Unemployed People? Comparing Survey Data and Unemployment Insurance Counts (06/03/2020)

Improving How We Measure Prices for New Vehicles (05/29/2020)

How Have We Improved the Consumer Price Index? Let Me Count the Ways (04/07/2020)

State Productivity: A BLS Production (03/03/2020)

How We Collect Data When People Don’t Answer the Phone (02/19/2020)

Ensuring Security and Fairness in the Release of Economic Statistics (01/23/2020)

Planning BLS Strategy for 2025 and Beyond (01/07/2020)

Why This Counts: Measuring Industry Productivity (01/03/2020)

New Data on Employment and Wages in U.S. Establishments with Foreign Ownership (10/31/2019)

What is “Benchmarking” of Bureau of Labor Statistics Employment Data? (08/21/2019)

Building a Business? Start Here (08/16/2019)

Why This Counts: Measuring Occupational Requirements (08/07/2019)

New State Data on Labor Productivity and Job Openings and Labor Turnover (07/24/2019)

Wage Information Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow (05/06/2019)

BLS Local Data App Now Available for Android Devices (04/17/2019)

Greetings and a Meditation on Alan Krueger (04/09/2019)

Tracking the Changing Nature of Work: the Process Continues (02/12/2019)

Why This Counts: What Types of Jobs Are in the U.S. Labor Market? (01/08/2019)

New Measures of Prices for Global Trade (11/15/2018)

Making It Easier to Find Data on Pay and Benefits (10/24/2018)

New BLS Local Data App Now Available (10/18/2018)

Why This Counts: Breaking Down Multifactor Productivity (10/11/2018)

Labor Day 2018 Fast Facts (08/31/2018)

A Clearer Look at Response Rates in BLS Surveys (08/22/2018)

Why This Counts: What are the U.S. Import and Export Price Indexes? (07/12/2018)

Why This Counts: What is the Producer Price Index and How Does It Impact Me? (04/10/2018)

Do You Understand Your Local Economy? (02/22/2018)

Data Privacy Day is Every Day at BLS (01/26/2018)

Celebrating 75 Years of BLS Regional Offices (12/21/2017)

BLS Microdata Now More Easily Accessible to Researchers across the Country (10/18/2016)

The Value and Influence of Labor Statistics in the 21st Century (10/11/2016)

Honoring Two Fearless BLS Visionaries (10/21/2015)

Experimental Disease‐Based Price Indexes Now Available (07/30/2015)

How Does BLS Deal with Uncertainty in Our Measures? (07/08/2015)

Why This Counts: Medical Care Services in the CPI (03/26/2015)

Government Statistics in a World of Big Data (03/18/2015)

Why This Counts: Volunteering in the United States (03/03/2015)

Women in Statistics: Beyond the Headline (02/05/2015)

Protecting the public’s trust in federal statistics (12/12/2014)

“Re‐Evaluating Labor Market Dynamics” at the Jackson Hole Economic Policy Symposium (09/16/2014)

Gaining insights from journalists to improve BLS products and services (07/18/2014)

Talking to retailers about economic statistics (06/26/2014)

On the road in the Lone Star State (05/30/2014)

Why your survey answers are important (05/15/2014)

Interview with Federal News Radio (12/13/2013)

Unemployment

Labor Market Dynamics during the COVID‐19 Pandemic (11/15/2022)

BLS Now Publishing Monthly Data for Native Hawaiians and Other Pacific Islanders and People of Two or More Races (09/02/2022)

BLS Now Publishing Monthly Data for American Indians and Alaska Natives (02/14/2022)

What Have You Been Looking for on the BLS Website? (01/31/2022)

BLS at the Olympics (07/29/2021)

Making Sense of Job Openings and Other Labor Market Measures (07/26/2021)

Improving Key Labor Market Estimates during the Pandemic and Beyond (04/19/2021)

Celebrating Women’s History Month with a Look at Women in the Labor Force (03/30/2021)

Looking Back on the 2020 U.S. Labor Market and Economy (02/18/2021)

The Challenges of Seasonal Adjustment during the COVID‐19 Pandemic (12/21/2020)

Innovations at BLS during the COVID‐19 Pandemic (11/24/2020)

Celebrating World Statistics Day 2020 (10/20/2020)

Labor Day 2020 Fast Facts (09/04/2020)

Update on the Misclassification that Affected the Unemployment Rate (06/29/2020)

New State and Metropolitan Area Data from the Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey (06/16/2020)

How Many Unemployed People? Comparing Survey Data and Unemployment Insurance Counts (06/03/2020)

Paid Leave Benefits When You Are Unable to Work (04/22/2020)

How We Collect Data When People Don’t Answer the Phone (02/19/2020)

Ensuring Security and Fairness in the Release of Economic Statistics (01/23/2020)

Modernizing BLS News Releases for the Next Generation (10/25/2019)

Did You Know Official Unemployment Estimates Are NOT from Unemployment Insurance Counts? (10/17/2019)

Labor Day 2019 Fast Facts (08/29/2019)

Improved Mapping Tool for Local Area Unemployment Statistics (06/07/2019)

BLS Local Data App Now Available for Android Devices (04/17/2019)

What Do We Know about Mega Metros? (01/23/2019)

New BLS Local Data App Now Available (10/18/2018)

Digging Deeper into the Details about the Unemployed (09/21/2018)

Labor Day 2018 Fast Facts (08/31/2018)

A Clearer Look at Response Rates in BLS Surveys (08/22/2018)

Local Unemployment: How’s My State Doing? (05/11/2018)

Do You Understand Your Local Economy? (02/22/2018)

Recalibrating the Jobs Thermometer (02/01/2018)

Data Privacy Day is Every Day at BLS (01/26/2018)

Labor Market Status of U.S. Military Veterans in 2017 (11/09/2017)

People with a Disability in the Labor Market (10/20/2017)

Trying to Understand an Unusual Employment Report (10/18/2017)

Labor Day 2017 Fast Facts (09/01/2017)

Why the Unemployment Rate Still Matters (01/25/2017)

How United Parcel Service Uses BLS Data (01/11/2017)

Labor Market Status of U.S. Military Veterans (11/17/2016)

The Value and Influence of Labor Statistics in the 21st Century (10/11/2016)

A Brief Labor Market Update for Labor Day 2016 (09/02/2016)

Partnering with the States to Provide Labor Market Information (03/28/2016)

Worth a Thousand Words? Announcing Ready‐to‐Go Interactive Graphics with BLS News Releases (01/13/2016)

Discussing the Jobs Report on C‐SPAN (11/06/2015)

Why This Counts: How BLS Data Support the Goals of the Americans with Disabilities Act (07/14/2015)

Visualizing BLS Data to Improve Understanding (05/21/2015)

President’s 2016 budget would expand labor market data (02/26/2015)

Talking to retailers about economic statistics (06/26/2014)

Introducing the new and improved BLS Commissioner’s Corner (05/02/2014)

March Employment Situation (04/04/2014)

Two new BLS reports on minimum wage workers and the working poor (03/28/2014)

Veterans in the labor force; new Spotlight on injuries and illnesses (03/21/2014)

February Employment Situation and BLS budget update (03/07/2014)

New Producer Price Index methodology and latest editions of Beyond the Numbers (02/21/2014)

My first anniversary at BLS; C‐SPAN program features employment projections (02/07/2014)

December Employment Situation (01/10/2014)

November Employment Situation (12/06/2013)

International Year of Statistics symposium at BLS (11/08/2013)

Post‐government shutdown updates; new BLS K‐12 pages (10/25/2013)

Long term unemployment among men; employment trends among youth in summer 2013 (08/23/2013)

Geographic profiles report and two new Beyond the Numbers articles (08/16/2013)

Spotlight on Statistics redesign and July Employment Situation (08/02/2013)

Monthly Labor Review redesign; new Beyond the Numbers article discusses revisions to the jobs numbers (07/19/2013)

June Employment Situation (07/05/2013)

May Employment Situation; upcoming changes to the Monthly Labor Review (06/07/2013)

March Employment Situation (04/05/2013)

Green technologies and practices among establishments (03/29/2013)

February Employment Situation (03/08/2013)

Why This Counts

Looking at Recent Price Increases for Baby Food (01/19/2023)

Weight (wait) up! Increasing the Relevance of Consumer Price Index Weights (01/10/2023)

Learning about the Producer Price Index Special Groupings (08/16/2022)

A Blueprint for Modernizing the Consumer Price Index (05/24/2022)

Expanding BLS Data on Total Factor Productivity (11/05/2021)

How Have We Improved the Consumer Price Index? Let Me Count the Ways (04/07/2020)

State Productivity: A BLS Production (03/03/2020)

Projected Occupational Openings: Where Do They Come From? (02/05/2020)

Why This Counts: Measuring Industry Productivity (01/03/2020)

New Data on Balancing Family Needs with Work (12/05/2019)

New Data on Employment and Wages in U.S. Establishments with Foreign Ownership (10/31/2019)

Why This Counts: Measuring Occupational Requirements (08/07/2019)

Why This Counts: 10 Million U.S. Establishments for the First Time (06/19/2019)

Why This Counts: What Do We Know about Strikes and Lockouts? (03/13/2019)

Why This Counts: What Types of Jobs Are in the U.S. Labor Market? (01/08/2019)

New Measures of Prices for Global Trade (11/15/2018)

Why This Counts: What Does the Future Hold for the Workforce? (11/02/2018)

Making It Easier to Find Data on Pay and Benefits (10/24/2018)

Why This Counts: Breaking Down Multifactor Productivity (10/11/2018)

How Hazardous are Summer Jobs for Our Young Workers? (08/28/2018)

Why This Counts: Tracking Workers over Time (07/30/2018)

Why This Counts: What are the U.S. Import and Export Price Indexes? (07/12/2018)

Local Unemployment: How’s My State Doing? (05/11/2018)

Why This Counts: What is the Producer Price Index and How Does It Impact Me? (04/10/2018)

Why This Counts: Maximizing Our Data Using the Consumer Expenditure Survey (03/06/2018)

Why This Counts: What Does BLS Know about Certifications and Licenses? (12/18/2017)

Looking Under the Hood of Jobs Data: Job Openings and Hires by Firm Size (12/11/2017)

People with a Disability in the Labor Market (10/20/2017)

How do we spend our time? Unpaid Eldercare (10/05/2017)

Most Dangerous Jobs? (06/27/2017)

Why This Counts: How the Consumer Price Index Affects You (05/30/2017)

Why This Counts: Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey (04/25/2017)

Ice Cream versus Bacon (04/13/2017)

Why Do We Ask about How People Use Their Time? (04/03/2017)

Why the Unemployment Rate Still Matters (01/25/2017)

Why This Counts: Productivity and Its Impact on Our Lives (08/09/2016)

Why This Counts: Working Together to Keep Workers Safe on the Road (06/22/2016)

Why This Counts: New Timely Data on Professional Certifications and Licenses (04/15/2016)

Why This Counts: Measuring “Gig” Work (03/03/2016)

Why This Counts: Slips, Trips, and Falls in the Workplace (12/11/2015)

Why This Counts: Understanding what the Producer Price Index Measures (11/13/2015)

Why This Counts: Celebrating 100 years of Current Employment Statistics (10/15/2015)

Why This Counts: New Data on Employee Benefits in 2015 (07/29/2015)

Why This Counts: How BLS Data Support the Goals of the Americans with Disabilities Act (07/14/2015)

Why This Counts: How Much Time Do Americans Spend Working and Engaging in Other Activities outside of Work? (06/24/2015)

Why This Counts: Employer Costs for Wages and Benefits (04/30/2015)

Why This Counts: Tracking Labor Market Experience over a Lifetime (04/02/2015)

Why This Counts: Medical Care Services in the CPI (03/26/2015)

Why This Counts: Volunteering in the United States (03/03/2015)

Workplace Injuries and Illnesses

BLS at the Olympics (07/29/2021)

A Truckload of Transportation Statistics (01/21/2021)

Labor Day 2020 Fast Facts (09/04/2020)

Labor Day 2019 Fast Facts (08/29/2019)

How Are Our Older Workers Doing? (05/20/2019)

Labor Day 2018 Fast Facts (08/31/2018)

How Hazardous are Summer Jobs for Our Young Workers? (08/28/2018)

A Clearer Look at Response Rates in BLS Surveys (08/22/2018)

Reaching out to Stakeholders—and Steakholders—in Philadelphia (04/05/2018)

Recent Improvements to BLS Occupational Safety and Health Statistics (01/19/2018)

Workplace Fatalities of Older U.S. Workers, Including Baby Boomers, Reach Historic High (01/12/2018)

Labor Day 2017 Fast Facts (09/01/2017)

Diagnosing “Grey’s Anatomy” with 5 doses of BLS data (08/04/2017)

Most Dangerous Jobs? (06/27/2017)

Now on Video: Finding Better Ways to Talk about Data (05/05/2017)

How United Parcel Service Uses BLS Data (01/11/2017)

BLS Microdata Now More Easily Accessible to Researchers across the Country (10/18/2016)

A Brief Labor Market Update for Labor Day 2016 (09/02/2016)

Why This Counts: Working Together to Keep Workers Safe on the Road (06/22/2016)

Partnering with the States to Provide Labor Market Information (03/28/2016)

Why This Counts: Slips, Trips, and Falls in the Workplace (12/11/2015)

Reducing Lacerations in California with ‘Cutting Edge’ Data (09/18/2015)

Talking to retailers about economic statistics (06/26/2014)

New pilot study from the Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses (04/17/2014)

Veterans in the labor force; new Spotlight on injuries and illnesses (03/21/2014)

Occupational safety and health articles in the Monthly Labor Review (01/17/2014)

Monthly Labor Review redesign; new Beyond the Numbers article discusses revisions to the jobs numbers (07/19/2013)