As we continue to align our information systems and analysis to more effectively and efficiently serve our customers and the broader state workforce development system, you will see some new features and products coming to this site in the near future. We use our customer feedback for constant improvement, so keep it coming. We strive to do more to bring more to you!
4.8% seasonally adjusted
3.9% seasonally adjusted
Labor force by county snapshot
not seasonally adjusted
- Employer demand (4/27/18)
- Find employers (5/15/18) NEW
- EB-5 (4/25/18)
- UI benefits April 2018 (5/18/18)
- Distressed areas list (4/24/18)
- WorkSource system performance (4/17/18)
- Employment estimates (5/16/18) NEW
- Labor force (LAUS) (5/16/18) NEW
- Supply/demand report (5/14/18) NEW
- Monthly employment report (5/16/18) NEW
Labor market information
If this is your first time visiting our newly designed landing page, you may want to watch the short introduction video to get acquainted with the navigation structure.
Our information includes data and analysis of Washington state's employment conditions, economy, job market and workforce. Our tools and reports use Washington state labor market information to help job seekers, employers and public officials make informed career, hiring or policy decisions.
Please select a county name to see regional information and statistics:
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