- The Occupational Compensation Survey (OCS) program was a Bureau of
Labor Statistics program which collected compensation data for
public and private use. Only wage and salary data are
available on the Internet.
This survey is being integrated with the Employment Cost Index and
the Employee Benefit Survey currently produced in the Office of
Compensation and Working Conditions (OCWC) to form a single compensation
survey program. This program initiative, now named the National Compensation
Survey, was called the COMP2000 Survey in early testing.
Therefore, the data shown will not continue to be published in its
current format. To find out how the data will be changed,
see National Compensation
At A Glance
About Locality Wage Tables
Scope & Method of Survey
Occupational Job Descriptions
History of Program
If you are familiar with our surveys and want to perform a Search
for a specific locality, or view all the locality titles contained
in our main data base (including our national data tables), please
go to our Available Data Page.
If you would like more information on how data are collected and
presented, the type and format of available data, or the history
and workings of OCS, please choose a topic above.
Last Modified Date: October 16, 2001