Labor Department

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the federal department responsible for promoting the working conditions of wage earners in the United States

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One reason, says Peter Cattan, an economist with the Bureau of Labor Statistics, is the predominance of African-Americans in blue-collar jobs, which are being wiped out en masse.
Questions have long been raised about the CPI, many of them by the Bureau of Labor Statistics itself.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics also reports that two-thirds of contingent workers would rather have full-time jobs but can't find them.
4 million jobs eliminated represented a decline of 16 percent from the 9 million lost in the three years ending in 1993, the Bureau of Labor Statistics calculated.
While the forecast accurately called the direction of change, preliminary figures reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics indicate that the fourth quarter increase will likely be approximately 4.
Federal budget reductions forced the Bureau of Labor Statistics to drop about 6,000 households from its monthly job survey used to calculate the average unemployment rate for the nation, its 11 largest industrial states, New York City and Los Angeles.
Information on compensation cost trends over time are available in the annual Bureau of Labor Statistics report on the Employment Cost Index (ECI) Bulletin 2413.
While the forecast accurately called the direction of change, preliminary figures reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics indicate that the third quarter increase will likely be in the five percent range due to a greater than expected softening of national economic growth.
PITTSBURGH, June 4 /PRNewswire/ -- A strong May employment report, released today by The Bureau of Labor Statistics of the U.
Data are from the pre-publication tables of the Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics Consumer Expenditures Surveys for the years 2000 - 2003.
PITTSBURGH, March 5 /PRNewswire/ -- The Bureau of Labor Statistics of the U.
18 /PRNewswire/ -- Philadelphia area consumer prices were unchanged in January, the second month in a row where there was no increase in the overall price index, the Bureau of Labor Statistics announced today.
The RemedyTemp Quarterly Labor Forecast, believed to be the only one of its kind, is in part based on Bureau of Labor Statistics and other key indicators.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of workers ages 50 and over is projected to increase by 34% from 2003 to 2012, a net increase of 12.
Final first quarter results are pending, however preliminary numbers are directionally stronger largely due to a revision by the Bureau of Labor Statistics in their benchmark for a number of employment statistics including "Temporary Help Services.
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