Employment and Earnings, Volume 38, Issues 7-12
U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1991 - 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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A44 Employment status of the civilian noninstitutional population by race sex age and Hispanic origin
A50 Selected unemployment indicators seasonally adjusted
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Average hourly earnings AVERAGE HOURLY EARNINGS—IN AVERAGE WEEKLY EARNINGS—IN AVERAGE WEEKLY HOURS AVERAGE WEEKLY OVERTIME benchmark CD CD CD census Civilian labor force civilian noninstitutional population CM CM CM cn cn Current Population Survey detailed industry—Continued earnings of production EARNINGS—IN CURRENT DOLLARS eg eg Employees on nonfarm EMPLOYMENT NOT SEASONALLY Employment status end of table equipment estimates Fabricated metal footnotes at end ft ft ft Hispanic origin HOURLY EARNINGS—IN CURRENT hours and earnings industry—Continued In thousands June July Aug kindred products manufacturing Nonagricultural industries nonsupervisory workers Numbers in thousands payrolls by detailed Percent of population private nonfarm payrolls production or nonsupervisory production workers PRODUCTION-WORKER AVERAGE WEEKLY race sample SEASONALLY ADJUSTED B-8 Sept standard error Total Transportation and public Unemployment rate WEEKLY EARNINGS—IN CURRENT WEEKLY OVERTIME HOURS WOMEN EMPLOYEES—IN THOUSANDS