Employment and Earnings, Volume 36, Issues 7-12
U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1989 - Hours of labor
"Weekly hours, employment trends, labor turnover rates, state and area statistics, hourly and weekly earnings, payroll and man-hour indexes" (varies).
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A49 Unemployment rates by sex and age seasonally adjusted
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AREA EMPLOYMENT areas by major Armed Forces Average hourly earnings Average weekly earnings Average weekly hours benchmark Blast furnaces census Civilian labor force civilian noninstitutional population Current Population Survey detailed industry—Continued EARNINGS NOT SEASONALLY earnings of production Employed civilians Employees on nonagricultural Employment and Earnings EMPLOYMENT NOT SEASONALLY Employment status end of table equipment Fabricated metal footnotes at end Hispanic origin hours and earnings industry—Continued In thousands June 1989 July kindred products major industry major industry—Continued manufacturing metal mills Misc month Nonagricultural industries Nondurable nonsupervisory workers Numbers in thousands occupations overtime hours Paperboard part-time payrolls by detailed payrolls by major Percent of population private nonagricultural payrolls production or nonsupervisory production workers public utilities race retail trade revision salary workers SEASONALLY ADJUSTED B-8 Sept SIC Code standard errors Total Transportation and public Unemployed persons Unemployment rate wage and salary Women