2016 Labor Statistics

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2016 Labor Statistics uses the statistics provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (http://www.bls.gov/) to provide insight into to the employment landscape.

Know what you kind of job you want? - 2016 Labor Statistics can show you what industries pay the best and employ the more workers in that field and for U.S. states and cities as well.

Know what industry you want to work in? - 2016 Labor Statistics can show you what occupations are employed the most highly in that industry and what U.S. states and cities employ the most worker for that industry as well.

Know where you want to live? - 2016 Labor Statistics can show you what occupations are paid the best in that area and what occupations have the highest employment in that area.

Already employed and want to compare your salary against the market? - 2016 Labor Statistics can compare and graph entered salaries against the market based on occupation, industry, and geographic location.
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What's New

Added missing locations. 2016 Labor Statistics can now answer the question "How many piano tuners are there in Seattle?"
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October 30, 2016
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