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Delay In Release of September Preliminary Employment Data

While the federal government shutdown has ended, the New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions (NMDWS) is awaiting a revised timeline from the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics on the release of September preliminary employment data. The Department of Workforce Solutions produces the monthly economic estimates in cooperation with the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

NMDWS is currently communicating with our Federal partners. As soon as more information becomes available, NMDWS will then be able to approximate a release date for the September preliminary employment data. For questions, please contact NMDWS’s Economic Research and Analysis Bureau at (505) 383-2736. Thank you for your continued patience!

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