Monday, May 26, 2014


[IWS] BLS: TED: The Editor’s Desk (through 23 May 2014)



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TED: The Editor's Desk (through 23 May 2014)


MAY 2014

·         Native Hawaiians and Other Pacific Islanders had a higher labor force participation rate than Asians (05/23/2014)

·         State unemployment, 2004 to 2014 (05/22/2014)

·         Indiana has highest share of total employment in manufacturing, April 2014 (05/21/2014)

·         Real average hourly earnings fall in April 2014 (05/20/2014)

·         Consumer prices up 2.0 percent from April 2013 to April 2014 (05/19/2014)

·         Producer prices up 0.6 percent in April (05/16/2014)

·         U.S. import and export prices down in April 2014 (05/15/2014)

·         Productivity and costs, first quarter 2014 (05/14/2014)

·         Job openings and the Beveridge curve, December 2000–March 2014 (05/13/2014)

·         Job growth at small businesses, 1992–2013 (05/12/2014)

·         Americans' aging autos (05/09/2014)



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