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Employment Situation

Employment Level - Persons At Work 1-34 Hours, Economic Reasons - Could Only Find Part-Time Work, All Industries    
Thousands of Persons, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted1955-05 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Unemployment Rate - Black or African American    
Percent, Monthly
Seasonally Adjusted 1972-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
Not Seasonally Adjusted 1972-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Not in Labor Force - Searched For Work and Available, Discouraged Reasons For Not Currently Looking, Men    
Thousands of Persons, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted1994-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Labor Force Participation Rate - Black or African American    
Percent, Monthly, Seasonally Adjusted1972-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Civilian Labor Force Participation Rate - Women    
Percent, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted1948-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Unemployment Rate - Manufacturing Industry, Private Wage and Salary Workers    
Percent, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted2000-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Persons unemployed 15 weeks or longer, as a percent of the civilian labor force    
Percent, Monthly
Not Seasonally Adjusted 1948-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
Seasonally Adjusted 1948-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Not in Labor Force - Searched For Work and Available, Women    
Thousands of Persons, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted1994-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Unemployment Rate - Job Losers    
Percent, Monthly
Seasonally Adjusted 1967-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
Not Seasonally Adjusted 1967-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Unemployment Rate - Construction Industry, Private Wage and Salary Workers    
Percent, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted2000-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Unemployment Rate - Part-Time Workers    
Percent, Monthly, Seasonally Adjusted1968-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Number of Civilians Unemployed for 15 Weeks & Over    
Thousands of Persons, Monthly
Seasonally Adjusted 1948-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
Not Seasonally Adjusted 1948-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Not in Labor Force, Searched For Work and Available, Discouraged Reasons For Not Currently Looking    
Thousands of Persons, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted1994-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Civilian Labor Force Participation Rate - Men    
Percent, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted1948-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Employment-Population Ratio - Women    
Percent, Monthly
Seasonally Adjusted 1948-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
Not Seasonally Adjusted 1948-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Not in Labor Force - Searched For Work and Available, Discouraged Reasons For Not Currently Looking, Women    
Thousands of Persons, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted1994-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Number of Civilians Unemployed for 15 to 26 Weeks    
Thousands of Persons, Monthly
Seasonally Adjusted 1948-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
Not Seasonally Adjusted 1948-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Unemployment Level    
Thousands of Persons, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted1948-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Number of Civilians Unemployed for 5 to 14 Weeks    
Thousands of Persons, Monthly
Seasonally Adjusted 1948-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
Not Seasonally Adjusted 1948-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Employment Level - Part-Time for Economic Reasons, Could Only Find Part-Time Work, Nonagricultural Industries    
Thousands of Persons, Monthly, Seasonally Adjusted1955-05 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Job Leavers as a Percent of Total Unemployed    
Percent, Monthly
Seasonally Adjusted 1967-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
Not Seasonally Adjusted 1967-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Not in Labor Force - Men    
Thousands of Persons, Monthly
Seasonally Adjusted 1975-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
Not Seasonally Adjusted 1976-06 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Unemployment Rate - Asian    
Percent, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted2000-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Not in Labor Force - Searched For Work and Available, Reasons Other Than Discouragement, Men    
Thousands of Persons, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted1994-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Employment Level - All industries Self-employed, unincorporated    
Thousands of Persons, Monthly
Seasonally Adjusted 1948-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
Not Seasonally Adjusted 1948-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Employment Level - Part-Time for Economic Reasons, Slack Work or Business Conditions, Nonagricultural Industries    
Thousands of Persons, Monthly, Seasonally Adjusted1955-05 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Employment Level - Agriculture and Related Industries    
Thousands of Persons, Monthly
Seasonally Adjusted 1948-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
Not Seasonally Adjusted 1948-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Not in Labor Force - With a Disability, 16 years and over    
Thousands of Persons, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted2008-06 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Number At Work 1-34 Hours, Usually Work Part Time Noneconomic Reasons    
Thousands of Persons, Monthly
Seasonally Adjusted 1955-05 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
Not Seasonally Adjusted 1955-05 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Not in Labor Force - Searched For Work and Available, Reasons Other Than Discouragement, Women    
Thousands of Persons, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted1994-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Employment Level - Part-Time for Economic Reasons, Could Only Find Part-Time Work, All Industries    
Thousands of Persons, Monthly, Seasonally Adjusted1955-05 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Unemployment Rate - Hispanic or Latino    
Percent, Monthly
Seasonally Adjusted 1973-03 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
Not Seasonally Adjusted 1973-03 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Average Weeks Unemployed    
Weeks, Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted1948-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Job Losers as a Percent of Total Unemployed    
Percent, Monthly
Seasonally Adjusted 1967-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
Not Seasonally Adjusted 1967-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 
Employment Level - Nonagriculture, Private Industries Wage and Salary Workers    
Thousands of Persons, Monthly
Seasonally Adjusted 1948-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
Not Seasonally Adjusted 1948-01 to 2014-06 (Jul 3)
 

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