Handbook Of U.s. Labor Statistics 2014: Employment, Earnings, Prices, Productivity, And Other Labor Data by Mary Meghan RyanHandbook Of U.s. Labor Statistics 2014: Employment, Earnings, Prices, Productivity, And Other Labor Data by Mary Meghan Ryan

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The Handbook of U.S. Labor Statistics: Employment, Earnings, Prices, Productivity, and Other Labor Data continues and enhances the Bureau of Labor Statistics's (BLS) discontinued publication, Labor Statistics. It brings authoritative data from the BLS and other government agencies together into a convenient, single-volume source of labor data. The Handbook is the most comprehensive source of labor data available. It provides data on variety of topics including employment, earnings, prices, productivity, consumer expenditures, and related topics. This popular resource also includes data on international labor comparisons, union affiliation, and occupational safety and health.
Mary Meghan Ryan is a senior research editor for Bernan Press. She is also the editor for State Profiles: The Population and Economy of Each U.S. State; Employment, Hours, and Earnings: States and Areas; and Vital Statistics of the United States: Births, Life Expectancy, Deaths, and Selected Health Data. In addition, she serves as the ...
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Title:Handbook Of U.s. Labor Statistics 2014: Employment, Earnings, Prices, Productivity, And Other Labor…Format:HardcoverDimensions:508 pages, 11.37 × 8.84 × 1.39 inPublished:June 23, 2014Publisher:Bernan PressLanguage:English

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CONTENTSLIST OF TABLESLIST OF FIGURESPREFACECHAPTER 1: POPULATION, LABOR FORCE, AND EMPLOYMENT STATUSPopulation, Labor Force, and Employment StatusUnemploymentWork ExperienceEmployee TenureLabor Force and Employment Characteristics of Selected Family TypesLabor Force and Employment Characteristics of Foreign-Born WorkersLabor Force and Employment Characteristics by EducationPersons with a Disability: Labor Force CharacteristicsEmployee Situation of VeteransVolunteering in the United StatesCHAPTER 2: EMPLOYMENT, HOURS, AND EARNINGSEmployment and HoursEarningsQuarterly Census of Employment and WagesBusiness Employment DynamicsCHAPTER 3: OCCUPATIONAL EMPLOYMENT AND WAGESCHAPTER 4: LABOR FORCE AND EMPLOYMENT PROJECTIONS BY INDUSTRY AND OCCUPATIONLabor Force and Employment Projections by Industry and OccupationProjected EmploymentCHAPTER 5: PRODUCTIVITY AND COSTSCHAPTER 6: COMPENSATION OF EMPLOYEESEmployment Cost IndexEmployer Costs for Employee CompensationEmployee BenefitsCHAPTER 7: RECENT TRENDS IN THE LABOR MARKETMass LayoffsJob Openings and Labor Turnover SurveyCHAPTER 8: LABOR-MANAGEMENT RELATIONSCHAPTER 9: PRICESProducer Price IndexConsumer Price IndexExport and Import Price IndexesCHAPTER 10: INTERNATIONAL LABOR COMPARSIONSCHAPTER 11: CONSUMER EXPENDITURESCHAPTER 12: AMERICAN TIME USE SURVEYCHAPTER 13: INCOME IN THE UNITED STATES (CENSUS BUREAU) CHAPTER 14: OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH INDEXLIST OF TABLESCHAPTER 1: POPULATION, LABOR FORCE, AND EMPLOYMENT STATUSPopulation, Labor Force, and Employment StatusTable 1-1. Employment Status of the Civilian Noninstitutional Population, 1947-2012Table 1-2. Employment Status of the Civilian Noninstitutional Population, by Sex, 1975-2012Table 1-3. Employment Status of the Civilian Noninstitutional Population, by Sex, Age, Race, and Hispanic Origin, 1990-2012Table 1-4. Employment Status of the Civilian Noninstitutional Population, by Sex, Race, and Marital Status, 1990-2012Table 1-5. Employment Status of the Civilian Noninstitutional Population, by Region, Division, State, and Selected Territory, 2011-2012Table 1-6. Civilian Noninstitutional Population, by Age, Race, Sex, and Hispanic Origin, 1948-2012Table 1-7. Civilian Labor Force, by Age, Sex, Race, and Hispanic Origin, 1948-2012Table 1-8. Civilian Labor Force Participation Rates, by Age, Sex, Race, and Hispanic Origin, 1948-2012Table 1-9. Employed and Unemployed Full- and Part-Time Workers, by Age, Sex, and Race, 2000-2012Table 1-10. Persons Not in the Labor Force, by Age, Sex, and Desire and Availability for Work, 2009-2012EmploymentTable 1-11. Employed Civilians, by Age, Sex, Race, and Hispanic Origin, 1948-2012Table 1-12. Civilian Employment-Population Ratios, by Sex, Age, Race, and Hispanic Origin, 1948-2012Table 1-13. Employed Civilians, by Sex, Race, Hispanic Origin, and Occupation, 2010-2012Table 1-14. Employed Civilians, by Selected Occupation and Industry, 2010-2012Table 1-15. Employed Civilians in Agriculture and Nonagricultural Industries, by Class of Worker and Sex, 1990-2012Table 1-16. Number of Employed Persons Age 25 Years and Over, by Educational Attainment, Sex, Race, and Hispanic Origin, 2001-2012Table 1-17. Multiple Jobholders and Multiple Jobholding Rates, by Selected Characteristics, May of Selected Years, 1970-2013Table 1-18. Multiple Jobholders, by Sex, Age, Marital Status, Race, Hispanic Origin, and Job Status, 2009-2012Table 1-19. Multiple Jobholders, by Sex and Industry of Principal Secondary Job, Annual Averages, 2010-2012Table 1-20. Employment and Unemployment in Families, by Race and Hispanic Origin, Annual Averages, 2000-2012Table 1-21. Families, by Presence and Relationship of Employed Members and Family Type, Annual Averages, 2000-2012Table 1-22. Unemployment in Families, by Presence and Relationship of Employed Members and Family Type, Annual Averages, 2000-2012Table 1-23. Employment Status of the Population, by Sex, Marital Status, and Presence and Age of Own Children Under 18 Years, Annual Averages, 2003-2012Table 1-24. Employment Status of Mothers with Own Children Under 3 Years of Age, by Age of Youngest Child and Marital Status, Annual Averages, 2003-2012UnemploymentTable 1-25. Unemployment Rate, by Selected Characteristics, 1948-2012Table 1-26. Unemployed Persons, by Age, Sex, Race, and Hispanic Origin, 1948-2012Table 1-27. Unemployment Rates of Civilian Workers, by Age, Sex, Race, and Hispanic Origin, 1948-2012Table 1-28. Unemployed Persons and Unemployment Rates, by Selected Occupation, 2000-2012Table 1-29. Unemployed Persons and Unemployment Rates, by Class of Worker and Industry, 2000-2012Table 1-30. Unemployed Persons, by Duration of Unemployment, 1948-2012Table 1-31. Long-Term Unemployment, by Industry and Selected Occupation, 2000-2012Table 1-32. Unemployed Persons and Unemployment Rates, by Reason for Unemployment, Sex, and Age, 1975-2012Work ExperienceTable 1-33. Percent of the Population with Work Experience During the Year, by Age and Sex, 1987-2012Table 1-34. Persons with Work Experience During the Year, by Industry and Class of Worker of Job Held the Longest, 2002-2012Table 1-35. Number of Persons with Work Experience During the Year, by Extent of Employment and Sex, 1987-2012Table 1-36. Percent Distribution of the Population with Work Experience During the Year, by Extent of Employment and Sex, 1987-2012Table 1-37. Extent of Unemployment During the Year, by Sex, 1987-2012Table 1-38. Percent Distribution of Persons with Unemployment During the Year, by Sex and Extent of Unemployment, 1987-2012Table 1-39. Number and Median Annual Earnings of Year-Round, Full-Time Wage and Salary Workers, by Age, Sex, and Race, 1987-2012Table 1-40. Number and Median Annual Earnings of Year-Round, Full-Time Wage and Salary Workers, by Sex and Occupation of Job Held the Longest, 2002-2012Employee TenureTable 1-41. Distribution of Employed Wage and Salary Workers by Tenure with Current Employer, Age, Sex, Race, and Hispanic Origin, January 2012 Table 1-42. Median Years of Tenure with Current Employer for Employed Wage and Salary Workers, 25 Years and Over, by Educational Attainment, Sex, and Age, January 2012 Table 1-43. Median Years of Tenure with Current Employer for Employed Wage and Salary Workers, by Age and Sex, Selected Years, February 1996-January 2012Table 1-44. Median Years of Tenure with Current Employer for Employed Wage and Salary Workers, by Industry, Selected Years, February 2000-January 2012Labor Force and Employment Characteristics of Selected Family TypesTable 1-45. Employment Status of the Population, by Sex and Marital Status, March 1990-March 2013Table 1-46. Employment Status of All Women and Single Women, by Presence and Age of Children, March 1990-March 2013Table 1-47. Employment Status of Ever-Married Women and Married Women, Spouse Present, by Presence and Age of Children, March 1990-March 2013Table 1-48. Employment Status of Women Who Maintain Families, by Marital Status and Presence and Age of Children, March 1990-March 2013Table 1-49. Number and Age of Children in Families, by Type of Family and Labor Force Status of Mother, March 1990-March 2013Table 1-50. Number of Families and Median Family Income, by Type of Family and Earner Status of Members, 1990-2012Labor Force and Employment Characteristics of Foreign-Born WorkersTable 1-51. Employment Status of the Foreign-Born and Native-Born Populations, by Selected Characteristics, 2011-2012Table 1-52. Employment Status of the Foreign-Born and Native-Born Populations Age 16 Years and Over, by Sex and Presence and Age of Youngest Child, Annual Averages, 2011-2012Table 1-53. Employment Status of the Foreign-Born and Native-Born Populations Age 25 Years and Over, by Educational Attainment, Race, and Hispanic Origin, Annual Averages, 2011-2012Table 1-54. Employed Foreign-Born and Native-Born Persons Age 16 Years and Over, by Occupation and Sex, 2011-2012 Annual AveragesTable 1-55. Median Usual Weekly Earnings of Full-Time Wage and Salary Workers for the Foreign-Born and Native-Born Populations, by Selected Characteristics, Annual Averages, 2011-2012 Annual AveragesLabor Force and Employment Characteristics by EducationTable 1-56. Percent Distribution of the Civilian Labor Force Age 25 to 64 Years, by Educational Attainment, Sex, and Race, March 1990-March 2013Table 1-57. Labor Force Participation Rates of Persons Age 25 to 64 Years, by Educational Attainment, Sex, and Race, March 1990-March 2013Table 1-58. Unemployment Rates of Persons Age 25 to 64 Years, by Educational Attainment and Sex, March 1990-March 2013Table 1-59. Workers Age 25 to 64 Years, by Educational Attainment, Occupation of Longest Job Held, and Sex, 2011-2012Table 1-60. Percent Distribution of Workers Age 25 to 64 Years, by Educational Attainment, Occupation of Longest Job Held, and Sex, 2011-2012Table 1-61. Median Annual Earnings of Year-Round, Full-Time Wage and Salary Workers Age 25 to 64 Years, by Educational Attainment and Sex, 2001-2012Persons with a Disability: Labor Force CharacteristicsTable 1-62. Employment Status of the Civilian Noninstitutional Population by Disability Status and Selected Characteristics, 2012 Annual AveragesTable 1-63. Employed Full-and Part-Time Workers by Disability Status and Age, 2012 Annual Averages Table 1-64. Employed Persons by Disability Status, Occupation, and Sex, 2012 Annual Averages Table 1-65. Persons Not in the Labor Force by Disability Status, Age, and Sex, 2012 Annual AveragesEmployment Situation of VeteransTable 1-66. Employment Status of Persons 18 Years and Over by Veteran Status, Period of Service, Sex, Race, and Hispanic or Latino Ethnicity, 2012 Annual Averages Table 1-67. Employment Status of Persons 18 Years and Over by Veteran Status, Age, Period of Service, and Sex, 2012 Annual AveragesTable 1-68. Employment Status of Gulf War Veterans by Reserve or National Guard Service, August 2012, Not Seasonally Adjusted Table 1-69. Employed Persons 18 Years and Over by Occupation, Sex, Veteran Status, and Period of Service, 2012 Annual Averages Table 1-70. Employed Persons 18 Years and Over by Industry, Class of Worker, Sex, Veteran Status, and Period of Service, 2012 Annual Averages Table 1-71. Employed Persons 18 years and over by Veteran Status, presence of Service-Connected Disability, Period of Service, and Class of Worker, August 2012, Not Seasonally Adjusted Volunteering in the United StatesTable 1-72. Volunteers by Selected Characteristics, September 2013 Table 1-73. Volunteers by Annual Hours of Volunteer Activities and Selected Characteristics, September 2013Table 1-74. Volunteers by Type of Main Organization for Which Volunteer Activities Were Performed and Selected Characteristics, September 2013Table 1-75. Main Volunteer Activity for Main Organization for Which Activities Were Performed and Selected Characteristics, September 2013CHAPTER 2: EMPLOYMENT, HOURS, AND EARNINGSEmployment and HoursTable 2-1. Employees on Nonfarm Payrolls, by Super Sector and Selected Component Groups, NAICS Basis, 2000-2012Table 2-2. Women Employees on Nonfarm Payrolls, by Super Sector and Selected Component Groups, NAICS Basis, 2000-2012Table 2-3. Production Workers on Private Nonfarm Payrolls, by Super Sector, NAICS Basis, 2000-2012Table 2-4. Production Workers on Manufacturing Payrolls, by Industry, NAICS Basis, 2000-2012Table 2-5. Total Employees on Manufacturing Payrolls, by Industry, NAICS Basis, 2000-2012Table 2-6. Average Weekly Hours of All Employees on Private Nonfarm Payrolls by NAICS Super Sector, 2006-2012Table 2-7. Average Weekly Hours of Production Workers on Private Nonfarm Payrolls, by Super Sector, NAICS Basis, 2000-2012Table 2-8. Employees on Total Nonfarm Payrolls, by State and Selected Territory, 1970-2012Table 2-9. Total Employees on Private Payrolls, by State and Selected Territory, 2000-2012Table 2-10. Employees on Manufacturing Payrolls, by State and Selected Territory, NAICS Basis, 2000-2012Table 2-11. Employees on Government Payrolls, by State and Selected Territory, NAICS Basis, 2000-2012EarningsTable 2-12. Average Hourly Earnings of All Employees on Total Private Payrolls by NAICS Super Sector, 2007-2012Table 2-13. Average Hourly Earnings of All Employees on Total Private Payrolls, by State, NAICS Basis, 2007-2012Table 2-14. Average Hourly Earnings of Production Workers on Private Nonfarm Payrolls, by Super Sector, NAICS Basis, 2007-2012Table 2-15. Average Weekly Earnings of All Employees on Nonfarm Payrolls, by Industry, in Current and 1982-1984 Dollars, NAICS Basis, 2007-2012Table 2-16. Average Weekly Earnings of Production Workers on Nonfarm Payrolls, by Industry, in Current and 1982-1984 Dollars, NAICS Basis, 2000-2016Table 2-17. Average Weekly Earnings of All Employees on Total Private Payrolls, by State, NAICS Basis, 2007-2012Quarterly Census of Employment and WagesTable 2-18. Employment and Average Annual Pay for Covered Workers, by Industry, NAICS Basis, 2007-2012Table 2-19. Employment and Average Annual Pay for Covered Workers, by State and Selected Territory, 2007-2012Business Employment DynamicsTable 2-20. Private Sector Gross Job Gains and Job Losses, Seasonally Adjusted, March 1997-December 2012Table 2-21. Private Sector Gross Job Gains and Job Losses, as a Percent of Employment, Seasonally Adjusted, March 1997-December 2012Table 2-22. Three-Month Private Sector Job Gains and Losses, by Industry, Seasonally Adjusted, December 2011-December 2012Table 2-23. Private Sector Job Gains and Losses, by State and Selected Territory, Seasonally Adjusted, December 2011-December 2012Table 2-24. Private Sector Job Gains and Losses as a Percent of Total Employment, by State and Selected Territory, Seasonally Adjusted, December 2011-December 2012CHAPTER 3: OCCUPATIONAL EMPLOYMENT AND WAGESTable 3-1. Employment and Wages, by Major Occupational Group, May 2008-May 2012Table 3-2. National Employment and Wages for Occupations Identified as New in the Standard Occupational Classification System, May 2012Table 3-3. Employment and Wages, by Occupation, May 2012CHAPTER 4: LABOR FORCE AND EMPLOYMENT PROJECTIONS BY INDUSTRY AND OCCUPATIONTable 4-1. Civilian Labor Force, by Age, Sex, Race, and Hispanic Origin, 1992, 2002, 2012, and Projected 2022Table 4-2. Fastest-Growing Occupations, 2012 and Projected 2022Table 4-3. Occupations with the Largest Job Growth, 2012-2022Table 4-4. Economic Dependency Ratio, 1992, 2002, 2012, and Projected 2022Table 4-5. Industries with the Largest Wage and Salary Employment Growth and Declines, 2012-2022Table 4-6. Median Age of the Labor force by Sex, Race, and Ethnicity, 1992, 2002, 2012, and Projected 2022Table 4-7. Employment and Output, by Industry, 2002, 2012, and Projected 2022Table 4-8. Employment by occupation, 2012, and Projected 2022Table 4-9. Employment and Total Job Openings by Education, Work Experience, and On-the Job Training Category, 2012 and Projected 2022Table 4-10. Civilian Labor Force: Entrants and Leavers, 2002, 2012, and Projected 2022CHAPTER 5: PRODUCTIVITY AND COSTSTable 5-1. Indexes of Productivity and Related Data, 1947-2012Table 5-2. Average Annual Percent Change in Output Per Hour and Related Series, Selected Industries, 1987-2011 and 2010-2011Table 5-3. Average Annual Percent Change in Output Per Hour and Related Series, Wholesale Trade, Retail Trade, Food Services and Drinking Places, 1987-2012 and 2011-2012Table 5-4. Indexes of Multifactor Productivity and Related Measures, 1990-2012CHAPTER 6: COMPENSATION OF EMPLOYEESEmployment Cost Index (ECI)Table 6-1. Employment Cost Index, Private Industry Workers, Total Compensation and Wages and Salaries, by Selected Industry and Occupation, 2001-2013Table 6-2. Employment Cost Index, Private Industry Workers, Total Compensation and Wages and Salaries, by Bargaining Status and Selected Industry, 2001-2013Table 6-3. Employment Cost Index, Private Industry Workers, Total Compensation and Wages and Salaries, by Region, and Metropolitan Area Status, 2001-2013Table 6-4. Employment Cost Index, Benefits, by Industry and Occupation, 2001-2013Employer Costs for Employee Compensation (ECEC)Table 6-5. Employer Compensation Costs Per Hour Worked for Employee Compensation and Costs as a Percent of Total Compensation: Private Industry Workers, by Major Industry Group, June 2013Table 6-6. Employer Compensation Costs Per Hour Worked for Employee Compensation and Costs as a Percent of Total Compensation: Private Industry Workers, by Census Region and Area, June 2013Table 6-7. Employer Compensation Costs Per Hour Worked for Employee Compensation and Costs as a Percent of Total Compensation: State and Local Government, by Major Occupational and Injury Group, June 2013Table 6-8. Employer Compensation Costs Per Hour Worked for Employee Compensation and Costs as a Percent of Total Compensation: Private Industry Workers, by Establishment Employment Size, June 2013Employee Benefits SurveyTable 6-9. Retirement Benefits: Access, Participation, and Take-Up Rates, March 2013Table 6-10. Medical Care Benefits: Access, Participation, and Take-Up Rates, March 2013 Table 6-11. Medical Plans: Share of Premium Paid by Employer and Employee for Single Coverage, March 2013Table 6-12. Medical Plans: Share of Premiums Paid by Employer and Employee for Family Coverage, March 2013Table 6-13. Access to Paid Sick Leave, Vacation, and Holidays, March 2013Table 6-14. Quality of Life Benefits: Access for Civilian Workers, March 2013Table 6-15. Financial Benefits: Access for Civilian Workers, March 2013Table 6-16. Nonproduction Bonuses: Access for Civilian Workers, March 2013Table 6-17. Unmarried Domestic Partner Benefits: Access for Civilian Workers, March 2013CHAPTER 7: RECENT TRENDS IN THE LABOR MARKETMass Layoffs Table 7-1. Mass Layoff Events and Initial Claimants for Unemployment Insurance, 2000-May 2013, Seasonally AdjustedTable 7-2. Mass Layoff Events and Initial Claimants for Unemployment Insurance, 2000-May 2013, Not Seasonally AdjustedTable 7-3. Industry Distribution: Mass Layoff Events and Initial Claimants for Unemployment Insurance, 2000-May 2013Table 7-4. Mass Layoff Events and Initial Claimants for Unemployment Insurance, by Region and State, 2000-May 2013Table 7-5. Extended Mass Layoff Events by Reason for Layoff in Private Nonfarn Business, 2000-2013 Table 7-6. Extended Mass Layoffs by Age and Sex in Private Nonfarm Business, 2000-2013Job Openings, Hires, and SeparationsTable 7-7. Job Openings Levels and Rates, by Industry, 2002-October 2013Table 7-8. Hires Levels and Rates, by Industry, 2002-October 2013Table 7-9. Separations Levels and Rates, by Industry, 2002-October 2013Table 7-10. Quits Levels and Rates, by Industry, 2002-October 2013Table 7-11. Layoffs and Discharges Levels and Rates, by Industry, 2002-October 2013CHAPTER 8: LABOR-MANAGEMENT RELATIONSTable 8-1. Work Stoppages Involving 1,000 Workers or More, 1947-2012Table 8-2. Union Affiliation of Employed Wage and Salary Workers, by Selected Characteristics, 2007-2012Table 8-3. Union Affiliation of Wage and Salary Workers, by Occupation and Industry, 2011-2012Table 8-4. Median Weekly Earnings of Full-Time Wage and Salary Workers, by Union Affiliation, Occupation, and Industry, 2011-2012Table 8-5. Union or Employee Association Members Among Wage and Salary Employees, 1977-2012Table 8-6. Union Affiliation of Employed Wage and Salary Workers, by State, 2011-2012CHAPTER 9: PRICESProducer Price IndexTable 9-1. Producer Price Indexes, by Stage of Processing, 1947-2012Table 9-2. Producer Price Indexes, by Commodity Group, 1913-2012Consumer Price IndexTable 9-3. Consumer Price Indexes, All Urban Consumers (CPI-U): U.S. City Average, Major Groups, 1957-2012Table 9-4. Consumer Price Indexes, All Urban Consumers (CPI-U): U.S. City Average, Commodity, Service, and Special Groups, 1957-2012Table 9-5. Consumer Price Indexes, All Urban Consumers (CPI-U): U.S. City Average, Selected Groups and Purchasing Power of the Consumer Dollar, 1913-2012Table 9-6. Consumer Price Indexes, Urban Wage Earners and Clerical Workers (CPI-W): U.S. City Average, Major Groups, 1913-2012Table 9-7. Consumer Price Indexes, All Urban Consumers (CPI-U): U.S. City Average, by Expenditure Category, 1990-2012Table 9-8. Relative Importance of Components in the Consumer Price Index: U.S. City Average, Selected Groups, December 1997-December 2012Table 9-9. Consumer Price Indexes, All Urban Consumers (CPI-U), All Items: Selected Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Selected Years, 1975-2012Table 9-10. Consumer Price Index Research Series, Using Current Methods (CPI-U-RS), by Month and Annual Average, 1977-2012Export and Import Price Indexes Table 9-11. U.S. Export Price Indexes for Selected Categories of Goods, by End Use, 2001-2012Table 9-12. U.S. Import Price Indexes for Selected Categories of Goods, by End Use, 2001-2012Table 9-13. U.S. Import Price Indexes for Selected Categories of Goods, by Locality of Origin, 1990-2012Table 9-14. U.S. International Price Indexes for Selected Transportation Services, 1990-2012CHAPTER 10: INTERNATIONAL LABOR COMPARISONS Table 10-1. Employment Status of the Working-Age Population, Adjusted to U.S. Concepts, 12 Countries, 1975-2012Table 10-2. Unemployment Rates by Sex and Country, Adjusted to U.S. Concepts, 12 Countries, 1975-2012Table 10-3. Unemployment Rates Among Youth, Adjusted to U.S. Concepts, 12 Countries, 1970-2012Table 10-4. Employment-Population Ratios by Sex, Adjusted to U.S. Concepts, 12 Countries, 1975-2012Table 10-5. Women's Share of the Labor Force, Adjusted to U.S. Concepts, 12 Countries, 1970-2012Table 10-6. Percent of Employment in Agriculture, Adjusted to U.S. Concepts, 12 Countries, 1970-2012Table 10-7. Percent of Employment in Industry, Adjusted to U.S. Concepts, 12 Countries, 1970-2012Table 10-8. Percent of Employment in Manufacturing, Adjusted to U.S. Concepts, 12 Countries, 1970-2012Table 10-9. Percent of Employment in Services Adjusted to U.S. Concepts, 12 Countries, 1970-2012Table 10-10. Inactivity Rates, Adjusted to U.S. Concepts, 12 Countries, 1970-2012Table 10-11. Inactivity Rates for Men, Adjusted to U.S. Concepts. 12 Countries, 1970-2012 Table 10-12. Inactivity Rates for Women, Adjusted to U.S Concepts. 12 Countries, 1970-2012 Table 10-13. Consumer Price Indexes, 16 Countries, 1960-2012Table 10-14. Consumer Price Indexes, Annual Percent Change, 16 Countries, 1960-2012Table 10-15. Harmonized Indexes of Consumer Prices (HICP), 16 Countries and Areas, 1996-2012Table 10-16. Harmonized Indexes of Consumer Prices (HICP), 16 Countries and Areas, Annual Percent Change, 1996-2012CHAPTER 11: CONSUMER EXPENDITURESTable 11-1. Consumer Expenditures, Annual Average of All Consumer Units, 2000-2012Table 11-2. Shares of Annual Average Consumer Expenditures and Characteristics of All Consumer Units, 2000-2011Table 11-3. Consumer Expenditures, Averages by Income Before Taxes, 2012Table 11-4. Consumer Expenditures, Averages by Higher Income Before Taxes, 2012Table 11-5. Consumer Expenditures, Averages by Quintiles of Income Before Taxes, 2012Table 11-6. Consumer Expenditures, Averages by Occupation of Reference Person, 2012Table 11-7. Consumer Expenditures, Averages by Number of Earners, 2012Table 11-8. Consumer Expenditures, Averages by Size of Consumer Unit, 2012Table 11-9. Consumer Expenditures, Averages by Composition of Consumer Unit, 2012Table 11-10. Consumer Expenditures, Averages by Age of Reference Person, 2012Table 11-11. Consumer Expenditures, Averages by Race of Reference Person, 2012Table 11-12. Consumer Expenditures, Averages by Hispanic Origin of Reference Person, 2012Table 11-13. Consumer Expenditures, Averages by Education of Reference Person, 2012Table 11-14. Consumer Expenditures, Averages by Housing Tenure and Type of Area, 2012Table 11-15. Consumer Expenditures, Averages by Population Size of Area of Residence, 2012Table 11-16. Consumer Expenditures, Averages by Region of Residence, 2012Table 11-17. Consumer Expenditures, Averages for Single Men by Income Before Taxes, 2011-2012Table 11-18. Consumer Expenditures, Averages for Single Women by Income Before Taxes, 2011-2012Table 11-19. Consumer Expenditures, Averages for Age Groups by Income Before Taxes: Reference Person Under 25 Years of Age, 2011-2012Table 11-20. Consumer Expenditures, Averages for Age Groups by Income Before Taxes: Reference Person 25 to 34 Years of Age, 2011-2012Table 11-21. Consumer Expenditures, Averages for Age Groups by Income Before Taxes: Reference Person 35 to 44 Years of Age, 2011-2012Table 11-22. Consumer Expenditures, Averages for Age Groups by Income Before Taxes: Reference Person 45 to 54 Years of Age, 2011-2012Table 11-23. Consumer Expenditures, Averages for Age Groups by Income Before Taxes: Reference Person 55 to 64 Years of Age, 2011-2012Table 11-24. Consumer Expenditures, Averages for Age Groups by Income Before Taxes: Reference Person 65 Years of Age and Over, 2011-2012CHAPTER 12: AMERICAN TIME USE SURVEYTable 12-1. Average Hours Per Day Spent in Primary Activities for the Total Population and for Persons Reporting the Activity on the Diary Day, by Activity Category and Sex, 2011 and 2012 Annual Averages Table 12-2. Average Hours Per Day Spent in Primary Activities for the Total Population by Age, Sex, Race, Hispanic Origin, and Educational Attainment, 2012 Annual AveragesTable 12-3. Average Hours Worked Per Day by Employed Persons on Weekdays and Weekends, by Selected Characteristics, 2012 Annual AveragesTable 12-4. Average Hours Worked Per Day at Main Job Only by Employed Persons on Weekdays and Weekend Days, by Selected Characteristics, 2012 Annual AveragesTable 12-5. Average Hours Worked Per Day at All Jobs by Employed Persons at Workplaces or at Home, by Selected Characteristics, 2012 Annual Averages Table 12-6. Average Hours Worked Per Day at Main Job Only by Employed Persons at Workplaces or Home, by Selected Characteristics, 2012 Annual Averages Table 12-7. Average Hours Per Day Spent by Persons Age 18 Years and Over Caring for Household Children Under 18 Years, by Sex of Respondent, Age of Youngest Household Child, and Day, 2008-2012 Combined Annual AveragesTable 12-8. Number and Percent of U.S. Population and Various Subpopulations who were Eldercare Providers, by Sex, 2011-2012 Annual AveragesTable 12-9. Number and Percent of Eldercare Providers by Sex and Selected Characteristics, 2011-2012 Annual AveragesTable 12-10. Percent of Eldercare Providers who Provided Care and the Time They Provided this Care by Day of Week and Selected Characteristics, 2011-2012 Annual AveragesTable 12-11. Time Spent Providing Eldercare and Percent of the Eldercare Population Engaging in Various Caregiving Activities, by Sex, 2011-2012 Annual AveragesCHAPTER 13: INCOME DATA IN THE UNITED STATES (CENSUS BUREAU)Table 13-1. Income and Earnings Summary Measures, by Selected Characteristics, 2011 and 2012Table 13-2. Households, by Total Money Income, Race, and Hispanic Origin of Householder, 1967-2012Table 13-3. Income Deficit or Surplus of Families and Unrelated Individual by Poverty Status, 2012Table 13-4. Income Distribution Measures Using Money Income and Equivalence-Adjusted Income, 2011 and 2012Table 13-5. Two-Year Median Household Income by State, 2000 to 2012Table 13-6. Median Family Income in the Past Twelve Months, by Number of Earners and State, 2012Table 13-7. Median Family Income in the Past Twelve Months, by Size of Family and State, 2012CHAPTER 14: OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTHTable 14-1. Incidence Rates of Nonfatal Occupational Injuries and Illnesses, by Selected Industries and Case Types, 2012Table 14-2. Incidence Rates of Nonfatal Occupational Injuries and Illnesses, by Major Industry Sector, Employment Size, and Ownership, 2012Table 14-3. Number of Cases and Incidence Rate of Nonfatal Occupational Injuries and Illnesses for Industries with 100,000 or More Cases, 2012Table 14-4. Incidence Rates of Nonfatal Occupational Injuries and Illnesses, by Major Industry Sector, Category of Illness, and Ownership, 2012Table 14-5. Number of Cases of Nonfatal Occupational Injuries and Illnesses, by Major Industry Sector, Category of Illnesses, and Ownership, 2012Table 14-6. Number of Nonfatal Occupational Injuries and Illnesses Involving Days Away from Work, by Selected Worker Characteristics and Private Industry, 2012Table 14-7. Number, Incidence Rate, and Median Days Away from Work for Nonfatal Occupational Injuries and Illnesses Involving Days Away from Work for Gender and Age Groups in Private Industry, State Government, and Local Government, 2012Table 14-8. Number, Percent Distribution, and Median Days Away from Work for Nonfatal Occupational Injuries and Illnesses Involving Days Away from Work for Race or Ethnic Origin and Length of Service in Private Industry, State Government, and Local Government, 2012Table 14-9. Fatal Occupational Injuries, by Selected Worker Characteristics and Selected Event or Exposure, Preliminary 2012Table 14-10. Fatal Occupational Injuries, by Occupation and Selected Event or Exposure, Preliminary 2012LIST OF FIGURESCHAPTER 1: POPULATION, LABOR FORCE, AND EMPLOYMENT STATUSFigure 1-1. Civilian Labor Force and Participation Rate, 1947-2012Figure 1-2. Number of Employed Civilians by Age and Sex, 2012Figure 1-3. Unemployment Rate by Race and Sex, 1972-2012CHAPTER 2: EMPLOYMENT, HOURS, AND EARNINGSFigure 2-1. Percent Change in the Number of Employees by Selected Sector, 2000-2012Figure 2-2. Average Hourly Earnings of All Employees on Nonfarm Payrolls by Industry, 2012Figure 2-3. Private Sector Gross Job Gains and Gross Job Losses, Seasonally Adjusted, September 1995-December 2012CHAPTER 3: OCCUPATIONAL EMPLOYMENT AND WAGESFigure 3-1. Highest and Lowest Mean Annual Wages by Major Occupational Group, 2012CHAPTER 4: LABOR FORCE AND EMPLOYMENT PROJECTIONS BY INDUSTRY AND OCCUPATIONFigure 4-1. Percent Change and Projected Percent Change in the Civilian Labor Force, 1992-2022Figure 4-2. Percent Distribution of Projected Job Openings due to Growth and Replacement Needs by Education Category, 2012-2022CHAPTER 5: PRODUCTIVITY AND COSTSFigure 5-1. Percent Change in Output p5r Hourin Information Industries, 2010-2011CHAPTER 6: COMPENSATION OF EMPLOYEESFigure 6-1. Access to Retirement Benefits in Private Industry and State and Local Government by Occupation, March 2013CHAPTER 7: RECENT TRENDS IN THE LABOR MARKETFigure 7-1. Mass Layoffs, 2000-2012CHAPTER 8: LABOR-MANAGEMENT RELATIONSFigure 8-1. Numbers of Work Stoppages, 2012CHAPTER 9: PRICESFigure 9-1. Percent Change in Producer Price Indexes by Selected Commodity Group, 2000-2012Figure 9-2. Consumer Price Indexes by Selected Commodity Groups, 1990-2012CHAPTER 10: INTERNATIONAL LABOR COMPARISONS Figure 10-1. Labor Force, 12 Countries, 2012 CHAPTER 11: CONSUMER EXPENDITURESFigure 11-1. Consumer Expenditures, Annual Percent Change, 2010-2011 and 2011-2012CHAPTER 12: AMERICAN TIME USE SURVEYFigure 12-1. Percent Change in U.S. Population who were Eldercare Providers by Age, 2011-2012 Annual AveragesCHAPTER 13: INCOME DATA IN THE UNITED STATES (CENSUS BUREAU)Figure 13-1. Percent Distribution of Household Income, 1967-2012CHAPTER 14: OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTHFigure 14-1. Incidence Rates of Nonfatal Occupational Injuries and Illnesses by Major Industry in the Private Sector, 2012

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This is the 17th edition of a well-known reference work that is published for analysts in the field. This work supplies historic information collected in the monthly Current Population Survey, offering more than 225 tables presenting data on employment status in the U.S. population based on factors such as age, sex, race, and marital status. Current data has been added to the historic information. Also new to this edition are a section in chapter 1 on volunteers, benefit tables in chapter 6, and new tables in chapter 10. . . . Fourteen chapters cover the following topics: population labor force and employment status; employment hours and earnings; occupational employment and wages; labor force and employment projections by industry and occupation; productivity and costs; compensation; recent trends; labor-management relations; prices; international labor comparisons; consumer expenditures; the American Time Use Survey; income data in the U.S. (from the Census Bureau); and Occupational Safety and Health. . . . This work is a valuable tool for those needing access to U.S. labor statistics. Its historical approach allows comparisons and trend identification over different time periods. It offers a wide variety of data about labor in the United States all in one place.