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Explore the job of an economic assistant at the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and consider joining the team that works on the Consumer Price Index, one of the nation's most widely watched economic indicators.
You’ve heard about us! Our reports are regularly mentioned on the major TV networks and in national and local newspapers and magazines. We at the Bureau of Labor Statistics produce some of the nation’s most sensitive and important economic information. We are committed to accuracy, quality, and integrity. The President, Congress, federal policymakers, state and local governments, and private businesses, and households use the economic information we provide.
You’ve probably seen BLS data in textbooks, heard about it on TV, or used our numbers while conducting research for a paper. We publish our data in articles, news releases, and reports on our website. The amount of economic information that you’ll be exposed to firsthand is vast.
Don’t go just by what you’ve heard. Do the research yourself. Our pay and benefits are competitive with the private sector. We also have a great retirement plan, a 401(k)-type plan with matching contributions, excellent vacation benefits, a wide array of healthcare plans, fitness centers, and much, much more. You will also have an opportunity to work for one of the premier organizations in the nation specializing in the broad field of labor economics and statistics.
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