# Civilian Employment

2014-03: 145,742 Thousands of Persons (+ see more)
Monthly, Seasonally Adjusted, CE16OV, Updated: 2014-04-04 8:06 AM CDT
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The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) announced several revisions to the Household Survey on Friday Feb.7th 2003, with the release of the January 2003 Data. They introduced the Census 2000 population controls (which affect data back to 2000 and cause a break in the data in January 2000), a new seasonal adjustment procedure, and new seasonal factors back to January 1998. For further information contact the Current Employment Statistics (CES) homepage at www.bls.gov/ces or by calling 202-691-6555.

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(a) Civilian Employment, Thousands of Persons, Seasonally Adjusted (CE16OV)
Persons 16 years of age and older.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) announced several revisions to the Household Survey on Friday Feb.7th 2003, with the release of the January 2003 Data. They introduced the Census 2000 population controls (which affect data back to 2000 and cause a break in the data in January 2000), a new seasonal adjustment procedure, and new seasonal factors back to January 1998. For further information contact the Current Employment Statistics (CES) homepage at www.bls.gov/ces or by calling 202-691-6555.

Civilian Employment

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