Seasonal Adjustment of Labor Force Series

May 1973
Monthly Labor Review;May73, Vol. 96 Issue 5, p52
Academic Journal
Reports on the revision of the seasonal adjustment factors for unemployment and other labor force series in the U.S. Use of the Census Bureau X-11 method; Capacity of the Census method to adjust time series; Limitation of seasonal adjustment of labor force series to data beginning in 1967.


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