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Revisions to Productivity and Costs by Industry: Selected Service-Providing Industries, 2017

On April 23, 2019, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) revised data published in Productivity and Costs by Industry: Selected Service-Providing Industries, 2017, originally released on May 17, 2018. Data are now available through 2017 for all service industries, with the exception of private community hospitals (NAICS 6221,3) which remains updated through 2015. The revisions are a result of the release of the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2017 Services Annual Survey (SAS) and the BLS 2017 Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages (QCEW). All industries in this release reflect revisions to hours and employment through 2017 to incorporate new data from the BLS Current Employment Statistics (CES) Survey and Current Population Survey (CPS).

Revisions to Productivity and Costs by Industry: Wholesale Trade, Retail Trade, and Food Services and Drinking Places Industries, 2017

BLS also revised data published in Productivity and Costs by Industry: Wholesale Trade, Retail Trade, and Food Services and Drinking Places Industries, 2017, originally released on July 19, 2018. The revisions are a result of the release of the SAS, the QCEW and the 2017 Annual Retail Trade Report. All industries in this release reflect revisions to hours and employment through 2017 to incorporate new data from the CES and CPS.

Revisions to Multifactor Productivity Trends for Detailed Industries, 2016

BLS also revised data published in Multifactor Productivity Trends for Detailed Industries, 2016, originally released on June 28, 2018. The revisions are a result of new and revised data from the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis. All industries in this release reflect revisions to hours and employment through 2016 to incorporate new data from the CES and CPS.

The revised data can be accessed in LPC Tables and Charts and Databases and in MFP Tables and Charts and Databases. The revised data can also be viewed in the Wholesale and Retail chart package.

Additional tables and dashboards can be found on the Labor Productivity and Costs and Multifactor Productivity homepages.

 

Last Modified Date: April 23, 2019