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[IWS] BLS: TED: THE ECONOMICS DAILY--articles from November 2014

 

 

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TED: THE ECONOMICS DAILY--articles from November 2014

http://www.bls.gov/opub/ted/year.htm

 

NOVEMBER 2014

·         Illinois and Nevada have largest unemployment rate declines, October 2013 to October 2014 (11/28/2014)

·         Minnesota had highest employment in turkey production, with North Carolina close behind (11/26/2014)

·         State employment in the trade, transportation, and utilities industry in October 2014 (11/25/2014)

·         Real average hourly earnings rise 0.4 percent over the year; real weekly earnings up 0.9 percent (11/24/2014)

·         Consumer price index up 1.7 percent over the year again (11/21/2014)

·         Industries with the highest concentration of employment among large areas, 2013 (11/20/2014)

·         PPI for final demand up 1.5 percent, October 2013–October 2014 (11/19/2014)

·         Unemployment and other labor market difficulties (11/18/2014)

·         U.S. import and export prices down again for the year ended October 2014 (11/17/2014)

·         Hires and quits increase in September 2014 (11/14/2014)

·         Payroll employment up 214,000 in October 2014 (11/13/2014)

·         Unemployment rates by educational attainment, October 2014 (11/12/2014)

·         Employment and unemployment among all veterans, Gulf-War era II veterans, and nonveterans (11/10/2014)

·         Nonfarm business labor productivity up 0.9 percent over the year, third quarter 2014 (11/07/2014)

·         Sixty-five percent of workers in the Northeast had access to paid sick leave in March 2014 (11/06/2014)

·         Inflation-adjusted compensation costs rise 0.6 percent in private industry over the year (11/05/2014)

·         Employment in political organizations, by state (11/04/2014)

·         Illinois had 5 of 10 metro areas with largest 12-month declines in unemployment rate, September 2014 (11/03/2014)

 

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