老湿免费福利体检区

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    Industries at a Glance
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    Overview

    • Over 100 industry pages are available.
    • These pages display a ‘snapshot’ of national data obtained from different BLS surveys and programs. Many programs also produce additional industry detail, including state, county, and metropolitan area data.
    • The data shown are based on the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) supersector, sector, and industry level.
    • For a listing in alphabetical order, click Alphabetical Index.
    • For a listing in industry numerical order, click Industry Order Index.
    • Links to industry supersectors are shown on the left side of this screen. These links are available from every page.

    About the data

    • The most current information is always displayed. Industry at a Glance (IAG) tables are refreshed every time a source program releases new statistics.
    • IAG pages may contain different tables or levels of data because BLS programs produce differing levels of industry detail.
    • Because the data are assembled from different surveys and programs, they may not always be directly comparable.
    • Because of differences in survey methods, some data may cover all workers or establishments, while other data may only be for private industry.
    • The NAICS structure is revised every 5 years.
    • The NAICS 2017 implementation schedule shows planned conversion dates for each BLS program.

    Finding additional data and information

    • Clicking on the icon History in the "Back Data" column will extract several years of data for the particular series.
    • Clicking on a row title will take you to the survey or program home page for that series.
    • Clicking on the links at the bottom of each table will take you to the survey or program home pages that are the source of the data displayed.
    • The Frequently Asked Questions section on a program homepage will answer a broad range of commonly asked data questions.
    • The Contact Us section of a program homepage provides email and telephone numbers to answer questions about the data.
    • The Handbook of Methods provides information on the specific survey methods of every BLS program.
    • The U.S. Census Bureau NAICS page provides detailed information on NAICS and its revisions.

     

    老湿免费福利体检区

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