The Labor Market and Economic Analysis (LMEA) Division is pleased to announce our new Labor Market Information Director, Mr. Steven Ross. Steven presides over the LMEA team and their products and publications.
4.7% seasonally adjusted
3.6% seasonally adjusted
Labor force by county snapshot
not seasonally adjusted
- Employment estimates (05/21/19) NEW
- Labor force (LAUS) (05/21/19) NEW
- Monthly employment report (05/21/19) NEW
- Covered employment (QCEW) (05/20/19) NEW
- Weekly unemployment insurance claims (5/23/19)
- Business employment dynamics report 2018 Q3 (05/17/19)
- April 2019 unemployment benefits report (5/16/19)
- EB-5 program files (05/15/19)
- Employer demand, top 25 (4/30/19)
- 2018 Distressed areas list (04/29/19)
- Seattle symposium presentations (04/18/19)
- County data tables (4/04/19)
Labor market information
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