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Current Employment Statistics - CES (National)

CES Data Overview Page

Access CES data in our online database. There are a variety of access methods and tools to help you get the data you need.
See charts of the latest data. These are updated with each new issuance of data.
See tables identifying key turning points in seasonally adjusted CES employment time series.
We've done the calculations for you! View nine analytical tables offering different views of CES estimates, including normal seasonal movements, tests of significance, and more.
Get CES data as originally published with the CES Employment and Earnings Tables from January 2011 forward.
Learn why CES revises estimates and get monthly revision data from January 1979 forward.
Find out how hiring temporary workers for the decennial census affects CES employment estimates.
Get the latest numbers for selected statistics.