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Issues in Labor Statistics

Issues in Labor Statistics

are concise papers on current labor market topics. The Issues in Labor Statistics papers available here use Consumer Expenditure Survey (CE) data. The files are in portable document format. To download and view these files, you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader which can be obtained from the Adobe Acrobat Web site free of charge.

Issues in Labor Statistics Using CE Data

  • Comparing Characteristics and Expenditures of Consumer Units in Selected Income Ranges (PDF 46K)
  • Spending by Asian Families (PDF 28K)
  • Consumer Spending Patterns Differ by Region (PDF 86K)
  • Housing Expenditures (PDF 132K)
  • Characteristics and Spending Patterns of Consumer Units in the Lowest 10 Percent of
    the Expenditure Distribution (PDF 23K)
  • Spending Patterns By Age (PDF 33K)
  • A Comparison of the Characteristics and Spending Patterns of Food Stamp Recipients
    and Nonrecipients (PDF 33K)
  • Consumer Spending on Traveling for Pleasure (PDF 21K)
  • Expenditures on Public Transportation (PDF 16K)
  • What the Nation Spends on Health Care: A Regional Comparison (PDF 20K)
  • Computer Ownership Up Sharply in the 1990s (PDF 30K)
  • Spending Patterns of High-income Households (PDF 72K)
  • Health Expenditures and the Aging Population (PDF 35K)

 

Last Modified Date: June 5, 2008