of Labor Statistics provides a
wide range of data and information related
to labor statistics.
Department of Labor (DOL) administrates and enforces over 180 federal statutes that cover a wide variety of workplace activities.
Office of Administrative Law Judges: Dictionary of Occupational Titles (DOT)
Occupational Outlook Handbook
describes over 200 occupations with the
following information: nature of work,
working conditions, employment, training,
advancement, job outlook, earnings, and
Office of Employment Projections
develops information about the nation's
labor market for 10 years in the future.
Labor force trends by sex, race, and age.
Employment trends by industry and occupation.
Standard Occupational Classifications
(SOC) classifies workers into occupational
Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates lists occupational employment and wage estimates for the nation, states and metropolitan Areas.
Occupational Employment Statistics (OES)
The Occupational Employment Statistics (OES) program produces employment and wage estimates for over 700 occupations. These are estimates of the number of people employed in certain occupations, and estimates of wages paid to them. These estimates are available for the nation as a whole, for individual states, and for metropolitan areas; national occupational estimates for specific industries are also available.
Secretaria del Trabajo y Prevision Social (STPS)
Employment and wage estimates based on geographical areas.
Guides alphabetical list of occupations,
including duties, outlook, wages, benefits,
EDD Labor Market Information Home Page which lists occupation employment & wage data links by geographical areas of the entire state.
EDD Occupational Outlook Reports for future employment statements. The reports contain summarized local information on various occupations by county. They include wages, employer benefits, skills, education, training and experience requirements, worker supply and demand assessments, advancement potential, occupational projections, employment trends, and recruitment.
Department of the Interior: Vocational Exploration and Temperament Test provides information about specific careers, including job duties, working conditions, wages, educational and/or licensing requirements, and employment outlook.
Development Department (EDD) provides
services under the Job Service, Unemployment
Insurance, and Disability Insurance programs.
Employment Opportunity Commission
(EEOC) promotes equal opportunity in employment
through administrative and judicial enforcement
of the federal civil rights laws and through
education and technical assistance.
Information Network (O*NET) is
a comprehensive database of worker attributes
and job characteristics.
Safety & Health Administration
(OSHA) establishes standards to protect
the health of America's workers.
Census Bureau: The Census 2000 Alphabetical Indexes list over 21,000 industries and 31,000 occupation titles in alphabetical order. They are comprehensive lists of specific industries and occupations developed over time and continuously updated through review of census and survey responses.
County Business Patterns is
an annual series that provides subnational
economic data by industry.
North American Industry Classification
Industrial Medical Council
Exertional and Nonexertional Limitations