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Employment Projections
Bureau of Labor Statistics > Employment Projections > Data > Industry Output and Employment

Industry Output and Employment

This page contains links to the industry output and employment projections files, as well as the historical industry output and employment data used to develop those projections. The projections are available only on a national basis for the year 2030. The historical data are available only on a national basis annually.


The methodology used to project industry output and employment is described on the Employment Projections program's methodology page and in the BLS Handbook of Methods.

Data Tables

All industry tables in a single file (XLSX)

Most Recent Analysis

Other Industry Analysis

Data for Researchers

Industry output and employment data for the U.S. economy for historical years, and for the projected year 2030. (ZIP)

This file includes:

  • Industry output and employment description
  • Industry sectoring plan
  • Historical industry employment, 1990–2020
  • Historical industry output, 1990–2020
  • Historical commodity output, 1990–2020
  • Projected industry output and employment, 2030

How to Decompress ZIP Files

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Last Modified Date: March 1, 2022