- Nonagricultural employment. // Economic Indicators;Aug96, p14
Presents statistics on nonagricultural employment in the United States for the period 1986 to July 1996.
- The American work force: 1992-2005. // Occupational Outlook Quarterly;Fall93, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p2
Comments on statistics kept by the Bureau of Labor Statistics involving projections of labor force and economic growth, industry employment, and occupational employment. How these projections are developed; Projections covering the period 1992-2005; The projections and the impact of the...
- The labor force. // Occupational Outlook Quarterly;Fall93, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p6
Presents graphs depicting Bureau of Labor Statistics projections on the labor force for the period 1992-2005. Projected changes in composition of the labor force; Projected growth in the labor force; Projections on age and gender changes; Expected increases in Hispanics and Asians in the labor...
- Employment. // Occupational Outlook Quarterly;Fall93, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p16
Looks at projections by the Bureau of Labor Statistics on employment in the United States for the period 1992-2005. Impact of technological changes; The demand for goods and services; Projected growth in employment; Wage and salary workers and the self-employed; More.
- Employment in industries. // Occupational Outlook Quarterly;Fall93, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p20
Looks at projections from the Bureau of Labor Statistics for employment in industries for the period 1992-2005. View that almost all new jobs will be in the service-producing sector; Government; Retail trade; Finance, insurance and real estate; Social services and health services; More.
- Employment in occupations. // Occupational Outlook Quarterly;Fall93, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p34
Examines projections by the Bureau of Labor Statistics for employment in various occupations for the period 1992-2005. Implications for career planning; Discussion of educational attainment; Fastest growing occupations; Largest numerical growth; Declining occupations; More.
- Highlights of the projections. // Occupational Outlook Quarterly;Fall93, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p4
Offers highlights of projections by the Bureau of Labor Statistics for the years 1992-2005. Projected rise in the Gross Domestic Product (GDP); Growth of the labor force; Employment growth in health services, retail trade and more; Participation rate for women; Resources for more information.
- Looking into the future... // Supervisory Management;Aug93, Vol. 38 Issue 8, p4
Presents the results of a study by Manpower Inc. regarding employment prospects in the United States for 1994.
- The South shall rise again. // USA Today Magazine;Dec93, Vol. 122 Issue 2583, p5
Reports on forecast of employment growth in the United States for 1994, according to DRI/McGraw-Hill. Difference among regions; Variations in factors; Highest annual expansion for region and states; Attraction for investments in South Atlantic states; Economic conditions in California.
- The 2005 labor force: Growing, but slowly. Fullerton Jr., Howard N. // Monthly Labor Review;Nov95, Vol. 118 Issue 11, p29
Forecasts labor force participation growth by 2005 in the United States. Civilian labor force by sex, age, race and Hispanic origin; Labor force changes; Implications of the labor force projections; Alternative projections. INSETS: The redesigned CPS.;Making the population projections...