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Schedule of Publication Releases

The New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions (NMDWS) partners with the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) to produce and disseminate labor market data. Because of the federal government shutdown, the NMDWS was unable to release September estimates as scheduled. Now that federal government operations have resumed, the NMDWS has revised the release dates for September and October data. The September and October employment and labor force estimates originally scheduled for release on October 22 and November 19, respectively, will now be released concurrently on November 22. The Labor Market Review publication scheduled for release on November 22 will now be released on December 2.

For questions, please contact the NMDWS Economic Research and Analysis Bureau at (505) 383-2736.

View revised 2013 Publication Schedule


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