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Occupational Requirements Survey
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ORS Additional Publications

The Economics Daily

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Civilian workers spent an average of 57.3 percent of the workday standing in 2020

Civilian workers spent an average of 4.25 hours of the workday standing in 2020. Workers stood for 57.3 percent of the workday and sat for the remaining 42.7 percent. read more »

Handbook Of Methods

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Occupational Requirements Survey Overview

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Spotlight on Statistics

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Using BLS Data to Match People with Disabilities with Jobs

BLS has many data products that can be used to help individuals with disabilities plan their career paths. This Spotlight on Statistics highlights these products and demonstrates how they can be used to evaluate potential jobs, using two specific occupations as examples. read more »