Statistical Release Dates -- 2019-20
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The table includes a partial list of a broader set of key demographic-economic statistical release dates. It is not intended to be a comprehensive list. See the related schedule of release dates for principal Federal economic indicators.
See related sections for these dates in context with other events:
Events (query list)
Full screen calendar ... mini version at right
The Report Illustration column (far right in the table) shows how selected parts of the item referenced are shown in the Metro S&O Reports. These examples make use of the Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV MSA. Metro S&O reports are available at no fee for each metropolitan area. See additional table content description and usage information provided below the table.
Usage. Use this table to determine when a particular subject matter of interest was last updated or when it will update next. For example, a user of the Establishments, Employment, Earnings (BLS QCEW) data can determine that the data for 2018Q4 become available on June 5, 2019. Those data will be accessible in the S&O database, related interactive table and S&O metro reports about that time.
2019-20 Statistical Release Dates
ference, terms, abbreviations ... goto top
- P1 -- ProximityOne
- GeoLev -- N: national, S: state, M: metro/CBSA, C: county; + indicates that level and higher levels; 65+: 65,000 population & over
- Period -- A: annual, Q: quarterly, M: monthly
- ACS1 -- C+ GeoLev for areas 65,000 population or more
- A -- when used as release date suffix indicates approximate data
Notes about selected items ...
- LAUS & CESM both developed by BLS; released on same day; provide monthly data.
- CESM based on employer survey.
- LAUS partly derived from CESM, augmented with ACS and model-based estimates.
- LAUS place of residence-based CESM place of work-based.
- LAUS provides county & city level data; CES provides MSA as low level geography.
- LAUS includes 4 measures (CLF, Emp, Unemp, Unemp Rate); CESM provides sector breakout & earnings data.
More about use of release dates table ...
- click date link in Release Date column to set reminder.
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