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EMPLOYMENT AND EARNINGS
U.S. Department of LaborBureau of Labor StatisticsSeptember 1994
 
U.S. DEPARTMENT
 OF
 LABORRobert B. Reich, Secretary
BUREAU
 OF
 LABOR STATISTICSKatharine
 G.
 Abraham, CommissionerE&E-
 Employment
 and
 Earnings
 (ISSN 0013-6840),
 is
prepared
 in the
 Office
 of
 Employment
 and
 Unemploy-ment Statistics
 in
 collaboration with
 the
 Office
 of
 Publi-cations
 and
 Special Studies. The data are collected by
 the
Bureau
 of the
 Census (Department
 of
 Commerce)
 and
State employment security agencies,
 in
 cooperation withthe Bureau
 of
 Labor Statistics.
 A
 brief description
 of
 the
cooperative statistical programs
 of the
 BLS
 with theseagencies is presented
 in
 the Explanatory Notes. The Stateagencies
 are
 listed
 on the
 inside back cover.
Employment
 and
 Earnings
 may
 be
 ordered from:
 New
Orders, Superintendent
 of
 Documents, P.O. Box 371954,Pittsburgh,
 PA
 15250-7954. Phone (202) 512-2168. Sub-scription price per year
 31
 domestic and $38.75 foreign.Single copy $13 domestic
 and
 $16.26 foreign. Prices
 are
subject
 to
 change
 by the
 U.S.
 Government PrintingOffice.Correspondence concerning subscriptions, including
 ad-
dress changes
 and
 missing issues, should
 be
 sent
 to the
Superintendent
 of
 Documents, U.S. Government Print-ing Office, Washington,
 DC
 20402. Phone
 (202)
512-2303. POSTMASTER: Send address changes
 to
 Em-ployment
 and
 Earnings,
 U.S.
 Government Printing
 Of-
fice, Washington,
 DC
 20402.Communications
 on
 material
 in
 this publication shouldbe addressed
 to:
 Editors,
 Employment
 and
 Earnings,
Bureau
 of
 Labor Statistics, Washington,
 DC
 20212. Spe-cific questions concerning
 the
 data
 in
 this publicationshould
 be
 directed
 as
 follows: Household data,
 (202)
606-6373
 or
 6378;
 national establishment data, 606-6555;State
 and
 area establishment data, 606-6559;
 and
 Stateand area labor force data, 606-6392.Second class postage paid
 at
 Washington,
 DC,
 and at
additional mailing addresses.Information
 in
 this publication will
 be
 made available
 to
sensory impaired individuals upon request. Voice phone(202) 606-STAT;
 TDD
 phone:
 (202)
 606-5897;
 TDD
message referral phone: 1-800-326-2577.Material
 in
 this publication
 is in
 the
 public domain
 and,
with appropriate credit,
 may be
 reproduced withoutpermission.
September 1994
Vol.
 41 No. 9Calendar of Features
In addition
 to
 the
 monthly data appearing regularlyin
 Employment
 and
 Earnings,
 special features appearin most
 of
 the
 issues
 as
 shown below.
Household data
Annual averagesUnion affiliationEarnings
 by
 detailed occupationEmployee absencesRevised seasonally adjusted seriesQuarterly averages: Seasonally adjusted data,persons
 of
 Hispanic origin, Vietnam-eraveterans
 and
 nonveterans,
 and
 data, weeklyearnings data.
Establishment data
National annual averages:Industry divisions (preliminary)Industry detailWomen employeesNational data revised
 to
 reflect
 new
 benchmarks
 and
new seasonal adjustment factorsRevised historical national dataState
 and
 area annual revisionsState
 and
 area annual averagesArea definitions
State and area labor force data
Annual revisionsAnnual averages
1
 A
 new
 bulletin
 is
 forthcoming.Jan.Jan.Jan.Jan.Jan.Jan., Apr., July,
 Oct.
Jan.Mar., JuneMar., JuneJuneBulletin
1
MarchMayMayMarchMay
 
Employment and Earnings
Editors: Gloria Peterson Green, Eugene H. Becker
Contents
Page
List of statistical tables 2Contents to the explanatory notes and estimates of error 4Employment and unemployment developments, August 1994 5Summary tables and charts 7Explanatory notes and estimates of error 135Index to statistical tables 172
Statistical tables
Source Historical adiusted^ seasonallyadjustedHousehold data 9 11 20Establishment data:Employment:National 43StateAreaHours and earnings:National 44State and areaLocal area labor force data:RegionalStateArea
47526012312564777796119130130

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