The Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages (QCEW) program publishes a quarterly count of employment and wages reported by employers covering more than 95 percent of U.S. jobs, available at the county, MSA, state and national levels by industry.
This article analyzes how workers’ characteristics affect their propensity to exit an occupation. read more »
In 2017, sprains, strains, and tears were the most frequently occurring injuries resulting in lost worktime, transfer, or restriction in five of six industries studied. More of these cases resulted in days of job transfer or restriction than days away from work in crop production; transportation equipment manufacturing; and amusement, gambling, and recreation. In truck transportation, however, more of these injuries resulted in days away from work than job transfer or restriction. read more »
This Beyond the Numbers article examines the tradeoffs between spending on apparel, education, and childcare and their relation to household income and demographics, such as region, race, and education. Using data from the Consumer Expenditure Surveys (CE) Public-Use Microdata for the years 2012–16, the article examines how income and demographics are related to spending and to the tradeoffs that families make when including apparel, education, and childcare in their budgets. read more »