Labor Market Indicators

Monthly labor market indicators come from two primary sources. The Bureau of Labor Statistic’s Current Employment Statistics program provides the official “jobs numbers,” or estimates of employment by industry. Alternatively, the Local Area Unemployment Statistics program provides the data for the official unemployment rate statistics for local markets across the U.S.

You can explore the latest market trends in these statistics with our Market Graphs and Analysis tool using the links below. In addition, we’ve compiled historical data in Excel spreadsheets to make it easy for you to analyze the data on your own.

Market Graphs and Analysis by Statistic

Statistic Markets where Statistic is Available
Non-farm employment data (establishment survey)
– Total employment (all industries) Kansas Kansas City Lawrence Manhattan Topeka Wichita
– Industrial employment Kansas Kansas City Topeka Wichita
– Office employment Kansas Kansas City Topeka Wichita
– Retail employment Kansas Kansas City Lawrence Topeka Wichita
Unemployment data (current population survey)
– Unemployment rate Kansas Kansas City Lawrence Manhattan Topeka Wichita
– Labor force Kansas Kansas City Lawrence Manhattan Topeka Wichita
– Number employed Kansas Kansas City Lawrence Manhattan Topeka Wichita
– Number unemployed Kansas Kansas City Lawrence Manhattan Topeka Wichita

 BLS Labor Market Data in Excel Format

Sources

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