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Correction: Revised Labor Productivity and Costs — Selected Service Providing Industries — 2022

On March 14, 2024, BLS revised data published in Productivity and Costs by Industry: Selected Service-Providing Industries - 2022, originally released on June 29, 2023. The revisions are a result of incorporating new and revised output source data from the 2022 Service Annual Survey (SAS) and updated wage data from the 2022 Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages (QCEW).

As published on March 14, 2024, data for the industries within publishing, except internet (NAICS 511) from 2013–22 reflected incorrect estimates of the proportion of nonemployer revenue distributed to underlying industries. The affected data were indexes, levels, and annual rates of change for 2013 through 2022 included in detailed industries and service-providing industries XLSX files and in the BLS database. The corrections, posted on April 16, 2024, are limited to 2013 forward for sectoral output, real sectoral output, labor productivity, unit labor costs, and output per worker.