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[IWS] BLS: TED: THE ECONOMICS DAILY--[1 January to 13 March 2015]

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Institute for Workplace Studies-----------------Professor Samuel B. Bacharach

School of Industrial & Labor Relations-------- Director, Institute for Workplace Studies

Cornell University

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New York, NY 10016 -------------------------------Director, IWS News Bureau

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TED: THE ECONOMICS DAILY--[1 January to 13 March 2015]

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


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MARCH 2015

·         Employer costs for union workers averaged $46.50 per hour worked in December 2014 (03/13/2015)

·         Job openings and labor turnover, January 2015 (03/12/2015)

·         Unemployment rate at 5.5 percent in February 2015 (03/11/2015)

·         Employment up by 295,000 in February and 3.3 million over the year (03/10/2015)

·         State employment–population ratios in 2014 (03/09/2015)

·         Consumer spending $51,100 in 2013 (03/06/2015)

·         Workers with disability insurance plans (03/04/2015)

·         Real hourly earnings up 3.6 percent over the year in leisure and hospitality (03/03/2015)

·         Consumer Price Index down over the year ended January 2015 (03/02/2015)

FEBRUARY 2015

·         Volunteering in 2014 (02/27/2015)

·         Injuries and illness among state and local government bus drivers (02/26/2015)

·         Educational attainment, employment, and unemployment among African Americans (02/25/2015)

·         Arkansas had highest share of employment in nondurable goods manufacturing in December 2014 (02/24/2015)

·         Major work stoppages down in 2014 (02/23/2015)

·         Producer Price Index for final demand unchanged, January 2014–January 2015 (02/20/2015)

·         Fuel import index down 39 percent over the year ending in January 2015 (02/19/2015)

·         Illness-related work absences in January 2015 little different from a year earlier (02/18/2015)

·         Average weekly wages of workers in counties bearing names of U.S. presidents in June 2014 (02/13/2015)

·         Job openings reach 5.0 million in December 2014 (02/12/2015)

·         Productivity falls 1.8 percent (annual rate) in 4th quarter 2014 (02/11/2015)

·         Unemployment rate 5.7 percent in January 2015; U-6 measure was 11.3 percent (02/10/2015)

·         Employment up by 257,000 in January 2015 (02/09/2015)

·         208 out of 372 metro areas had unemployment rates below U.S. rate of 5.4 percent in December 2014 (02/06/2015)

·         Dallas has largest percentage increase in employment among large metropolitan areas, December 2014(02/05/2015)

·         Union membership by state in 2014 (02/04/2015)

·         Compensation costs for civilian workers up 2.2 percent for the year ending December 2014 (02/03/2015)

·         Gross job gains exceed gross job losses by 916,000 in second quarter of 2014 (02/02/2015)

JANUARY 2015

·         Illinois has the largest unemployment rate decline, December 2013 to December 2014 (01/30/2015)

·         Indiana had highest share of employment in durable goods manufacturing in December 2014 (01/29/2015)

·         Union membership rate in private industry was 6.6 percent in 2014; public sector 35.7 percent (01/28/2015)

·         Professional and business services accounted for 25 percent of job gains in 2014 (01/27/2015)

·         Dependent care reimbursement accounts and workplace-funded childcare access (01/26/2015)

·         Median weekly earnings by educational attainment in 2014 (01/23/2015)

·         Real average hourly earnings rise 1.0 percent in 2014; real weekly earnings up 1.9 percent (01/22/2015)

·         Gasoline index continues to fall sharply, down 21 percent in 2014 (01/21/2015)

·         Producer prices of crude petroleum down 37 percent, December 2013–December 2014 (01/20/2015)

·         U.S. import and export prices decline in 2014 (01/16/2015)

·         Job openings rate 3.4 percent in November 2014 (01/15/2015)

·         Workweek of production employees in manufacturing at or above 42.0 hours for 9 months in 2014 (01/14/2015)

·         Unemployment rate declines 0.2 percentage point to 5.6 percent in December 2014 (01/13/2015)

·         Nonfarm employment rises by 252,000 in December 2014 (01/12/2015)

·         Counties with highest concentration of employment in oil and gas extraction, June 2014 (01/09/2015)

·         90 percent of young adults moved away from home by age 27 (01/08/2015)

·         Unemployment in areas with a population of 1 million or more, November 2014 (01/07/2015)

·         Large metropolitan area employment changes, November 2013 to November 2014 (01/06/2015)

·         Selected fruit prices: September 2004-September 2014 (01/05/2015)

·         Employment in fitness and recreational sport centers in 2013 (01/02/2015)

 

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