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Current Employment Statistics are prepared in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Labor (Bureau of Labor Statistics). This information includes current and historical data on employment by industry, hours, and earnings for Ohio and thirteen metropolitan areas Link to map of Metropolitan Statistical Areas.

Note: Effective with the publication of July 2014 preliminary estimates on August 15, 2014, Current Employment Statistics (CES) program will implement new sample units into production on a quarterly basis. More information about the CES quarterly sample implementation is available at www.bls.gov/ces/cesqsi.htm

About the Labor Market Review provides technical information on Current Employment Statistics.

Annual Averages with Monthly Data for Ohio & Metropolitan Areas
based on the North American Industry Classification System
Year Nonagricultural Wage & Salary Employment
Ohio & Metro Areas
Average Weekly Earnings
Average Weekly Hours
Average Hourly Earnings
2013 | 2013 Employment | | 2013 Weekly Earning | | 2013 Hours | | 2013 Hourly Earning |
2012 | 2012 Employment | | 2012 Weekly Earning | | 2012 Hours | | 2012 Hourly Earning |
2011 | 2011 Employment | | 2011 Weekly Earning | | 2011 Hours | | 2011 Hourly Earning |
2010 | 2010 Employment | | 2010 Weekly Earning | | 2010 Hours | | 2010 Hourly Earning |
2009 | 2009 Employment | | 2009 Weekly Earning | | 2009 Hours | | 2009 Hourly Earning |
2008 | 2008 Employment | | 2008 Weekly Earning | | 2008 Hours | | 2008 Hourly Earning |
2007 | 2007 Employment | | 2007 Weekly Earning | | 2007 Hours | | 2007 Hourly Earning |
Nonagricultural Wage & Salary Employment for Ohio & Metropolitan Statistical Areas:
1990  |  1991  |  1992  |  1993  |  1994  |  1995  |  1996  |  1997  |  1998  |  1999  |  2000  |  2001  |  2002  |  2003  |  2004  |  2005  |  2006

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About the Labor Market Review

Data Source

Current Employment Statistics (CES) is a federal-state program that collects detailed data on employment, hours and earnings in goods-producing and service-providing industries through a monthly survey of more than 20,000 Ohio employers. Estimates of nonagricultural employment, hours and earnings for Ohio and its thirteen metropolitan statistical areas are produced monthly. Civilian labor force estimates are developed by the federal-state Local Area Unemployment Statistics (LAUS) program. Unemployment compensation data are compiled from administrative reports. Additional information may be found in the technical notes included in the monthly Ohio Labor Market Review.

Level of Detail

Employment, hours and earnings data are published for all sizeable manufacturing and nonmanufacturing categories for which adequate samples are surveyed and for which disclosure rules permit publication.

Frequency

Monthly; available by end of the month following the reference month.

Time Period Covered

Within the monthly Labor Market Review, eleven years of annual historical and thirteen months of current data are published for employment and the civilian labor force series. Current, previous month, and year-ago month data are available.

Geographic Areas

The Labor Market Review is produced for Ohio and thirteen Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs) Link to map of Metropolitan Statistical Areas. Three West Virginia MSAs include Ohio counties: Huntington-Ashland MSA, Parkersburg-Marietta MSA, and Wheeling MSA.

Developed by the U.S. Office of Management and Budget, Metropolitan Statistical Areas are integrated geographic regions comprised of at least one city and adjacent communities. Metropolitan Statistical Areas make it possible for Federal statistical agencies to utilize the same boundaries when publishing statistical data.

Uses

Data may be used:

Limitations

Industry survey participation is voluntary; data for some industries may not be available due to insufficient sample size. Adequate and reliable hours and earnings estimates are not available for most nonmanufacturing industries.

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