HWOL The Help Wanted Online Data Series™ fills a critical gap in the current U.S. economic indicators by providing timely monthly measures of labor demand (advertised vacancies) at the national, regional, State and metropolitan area levels. These monthly measures are comparable in timing and geographic detail to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) monthly measures of labor supply (unemployment).
Descriptions of various products and reports can be found in the 2012 Labor Market Information Users Guide.
The Catalogue of Workforce Information Sources, formerly the Environmental Scan,
has been finalized by the Employment and Training Administration. You can
for information about job terminations in Alabama.
Programs and Data
Information relating to employment, hours, and earnings estimates for the State
of Alabama and employment estimates for the metropolitan areas by detailed industry.
Occupational Safety and Health Statistics
Information relating to
occupational illnesses as well as fatal and non-fatal injuries. Statewide and national
data is available.
Information relating to the changing workforce in the state. Data include estimated
and projected employment with annual average job openings, occupational wages for
both the state and metropolitan areas, and a synopsis of information on selected
occupations relevant to the state.
Quarterly Employment and Wages
Comprehensive employment and wage data by industry and county and state for workers
covered by unemployment insurance laws.
Information relating to covered employment, unemployment compensation and employment
service activities. Data include quarterly and annual covered employment and wages,
benefit payments and contributions by industry and county, and applicant and placement
data. Select most recent month or historical months.
Information relating to the labor force, employment, and unemployment for the State
of Alabama, metropolitan areas, counties, and cities.
Information relating to workforce development and reports published in co-operation
with our Workforce Development Unit. Census Local Area Dynamics, and Alabama Labor
Supply are just some of the options.