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Alexis M. Herman,
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December 1997 Vol.44 No.12 Calendar of Features
Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.. Apr.. July, Oct. In addition to the monthly data appearing regularly in
Employment anil Etirnini; \
special features appear in most of the issues as shown below.
Annual averages LMiion affiliation r.:aniings by detailed occupation Employee ab.sences Revised seasonally adjusted series Quarterly averages: Seasonally adjusted data, persons of Hispanic origin, Vietnam-era veterans and nonveterans, and weekly earnings data
National annual averages: Industry divisions (preliminary) Jan. Industry detail March, June Women employees Maich. June National data revised to reflect new benchmarks and new seasonal adjustment factors June Revised historical national data Internet' State and area annual revisions March State and are;i annual averages May Area definitions May
State and area labor force data
Annual revisions March Annual averages Mas ' They can be accessed from htlp://stats.bls.gov/cgi-bin/dsrv?ee or through the Current Employment Statistics homepage at hltp://slats.bls.gov/ ceshome.htm.