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Labor Market Information, or LMI, is any information related to the labor force and workforce. Data include labor force, employment, and unemployment estimates; occupational wages; projected job growth; educational attainment and requirements; and much more!

For job seekers and students
LMI is used to make informed career and employment decisions. LMI can help you prepare for the job market and make strong career choices that will ensure your future success.
For employers
LMI is most often used to help make informed business decisions that are responsive to labor market demands and economic conditions, ultimately leading to better business success.
For researchers
LMI is used to assess the health of the economy and forecast future economic trends. Many public entities use LMI to make policy decisions and allocate financial resources.


Dashboard Download Options
PDF: Save one or more dashboards or workbooks at a time as a PDF (multiple layout options available).
Crosstab: Download CSV file (each chart or table will need to be chosen and each data set exported separately).
Data: Open a web page with the visualization’s data in a table.
Image: Save the entire visualization as a JPEG file.
If the Data/Crosstab options are not available, click on one of the exhibits and then attempt the download. You can also access and download these and more data via NMDWS’s interactive data website, LASER— www.jobs.state.nm.us/analyzer.


Within the Researchers menu, you’ll find:


Learn about, access, and download key LMI data and statistics, as well as interactive data dashboards, by topic.


Access NMDWS’s interactive data website, LASER, as well as other online resources, like Career Solutions and Why I Work.


Find NMDWS’s economic research publications, as well as career and employment resources, veteran-specific resources, and tools for understanding and using LMI.



ER&A is the principal source of labor market information for the state. ER&A collects, analyzes, and disseminates this data in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) and the Employment and Training Administration (ETA).
Contact Us
New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions
Economic Research & Analysis Bureau
PO Box 1928
Albuquerque, NM  87103
Email: nmdws.economicresearch@dws.nm.gov

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