December 19, 2014
Videos on the 10 fastest-growing occupations in the United States
The Bureau of Labor Statistics is considering creating videos about topics that interest our customers. We have developed two videos on the occupations projected to grow the fastest from 2012 to 2022. We want to know what you think of these videos. Does the topic interest you? What other topics interest you? Are the videos too long, too short, or just about right? What do you think of the production quality? Do you prefer Version 1 or 2? Please tell us what you think at the link below.
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September 3, 2014
Topics at a Glance
The Bureau of Labor Statistics may launch Topics at a Glance, a new product designed to highlight BLS measures on topics of current interest and provide resources for more information. These topic pages would provide an overview of the concept, current and historical data, and links to more information.
We are developing these pages incrementally and are seeking feedback from the data user community to help guide product development. The following prototypes are available for comment:
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October 1, 2012
BLS Data Finder
Data Finder is a new search and navigation tool for BLS time series data available on the BLS website. Rather than searching individual data sets, Data Finder allows users to conveniently search multiple data sets all at once. Users can extract specific data by searching by keyword or by filtering through multiple topics, measures, and attributes. Feedback is greatly appreciated and will aid in further development of Data Finder.
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June 30, 2010
Introducing the QCEW State & County Map Application
We have developed an interactive state and county map application available at http://beta.bls.gov/maps/cew/us. The application displays geographic economic data through maps, charts, and tables, allowing users to explore employment and wage data of private industry at the National, State, and county level.
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