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Employment Projections
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Employment Requirements Matrix

This page contains links to historical employment requirements data tables. These tables are derived from input-output data, and show in each column the employment generated directly and indirectly across all industries by a million dollars production of a given industry's primary product. The data can give an indication of the relative impact of different industries' primary production.

Data for Researchers

  • Historical employment requirements tables, 1997–2018 (ZIP, 11.5 MB)

    This file includes:

    • Employment requirements description
    • Industry sectoring plan
    • Nominal dollar-based employment requirements tables
    • Nominal dollar-based domestic employment requirements tables
    • Chain-weighted (2012 dollars) real employment requirements tables
    • Chain-weighted (2012 dollars) real domestic employment requirements tables
  • How to Decompress ZIP Files



Last Modified Date: September 4, 2019