At this site from the Bureau of Labor Statistics find out about possible careers in your future by selecting a job based on what school subject you like.
"BLS Handbook Of Methods," from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Presents detailed explanations of how the Bureau of Labor Statistics obtains and prepares the economic data it publishes.
As part of a list of frequently asked questions, this one discusses limitations of the Consumer Price Index.
This resource provides comprehensive information with topic areas covering statistics, news releases, FAQs, official government publications and more information pertaining to the consumer price index.
This resource provides information about counseling careers. Also includes duties, training, salaries, work situations, and job outlook.
This resource provides both long term and current national employment information and statistics.
Provides news releases and statistical data about employment and unemployment.
Description of the education, experience, and skills that a financial manager needs. Includes job duties, working conditions, earnings and job outlook.
A detailed publication that explains how the government decides who is counted as unemployed and how they measure unemployment.
Provides historical unemployment data for state and metropolitan areas of the United States.
This site gives details of the job of a Nuclear Medicine Technologist. Includes Nature of the Work, Working Conditions, Job Outlook, Earnings, and Related Occupations.
Compares occupations in terms of numbers employed, projected employment growth, earnings, education and training requirements, opportunities for self-employment and part-time work, and unemployment rate.
This Bureau of Labor Statistics site tells what occupational therapists do and the types of people they work with. Describes their working conditions, job opportunities and salary. Tells qualifications needed to become an occupational therapist. Also gives examples of different cases and how they are treated.
Occupational outlook for all doctors that details expected job market in future, salary, working conditions, etc.
A thorough overview of the careers of physicist and astronomer, covering nature of the work, working conditions, employment information, training requirements, and job outlook.
Part of the Bureau of Labor Statistics' website, the major sector Productivity and Costs program produces quarterly and annual output per hour and unit labor costs for the U.S. business, nonfarm business, and manufacturing sectors. Contains tables, charts, and productivity statistics most often cited by the national media.
An article, chart, and graph compares spending habits for hourseholds that bring in over $90,000 with those that bring in under $90,000. (Nov. 1998)
The seven major economic indicators for the U.S. economy are listed here in an easy to read chart. The seven indicators are unemployment rate, change in hourly employment, average hourly earnings, consumer price index, producer price index, U.S. import price index, employment cost index and productivity.