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Annual New Mexico State of the Workforce Report

This report is published annually, and provides information and analysis on what New Mexico’s workforce looks like and how it’s growing. It also highlights employment in the state’s industries alongside occupational employment and wages. This, coupled with data on skills and education, serves to evaluate not only the existing workforce and job market, but also the future supply and demand of jobs and workers.

 

New Mexico Annual Social & Economic Indicators Statistical Abstract

This publication, also known as the ASEI, is revised annually and released during the second quarter of the year. The abstract is intended to provide planners and other data users with a broad range of historic, current, and expected labor market data, demographics, and other critical economic indicators for New Mexico and its substate areas. Data include geographic comparisons.

Quarterly Regional Review

The Regional Review, covering the four Workforce Investment Areas (WIAs), including Central, Eastern, Southwestern, and Northern, is a quarterly publication that includes a special-topic research article alongside employment data, labor market information, and business news.

 

 

Occupational Bulletin

This publication provides key data on a select occupational group, including employment trends, wages, and workforce demographics. Twelve issues are currently available.

Industry Spotlight

This publication provides key data on a select industry, including employment trends, wages, and workforce demographics. Twelve issues are currently available.

Labor Market Information Distribution List

Follow this link to request to be added to the monthly Employment News Release, Labor Market Review, and Publication Distribution List.

LMI Distribution List

Publication Schedule

Follow this link for News Release and Monthly Labor Market Review publication dates.

Publication Schedule

Other Publications and Resources

U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

BLS produces a wide range of reports and bulletins providing information, data, and analysis related to the workforce. Report topics include monthly national and statewide employment and unemployment estimates, women’s earnings, the working poor, race and ethnicity in the labor force, minimum wage workers, and much more

Reports and Bulletins Page
http://www.bls.gov/opub/reports/

Monthly Labor Review
http://www.bls.gov/mlr/

Economic News Releases
http://www.bls.gov/bls/newsrels.htm

U.S. Census Bureau
The U.S. Census Bureau produces a vast number of reports, publications, and data sets under many different programs.

Publications Library
http://www.census.gov/library/publications.html

Longitudinal Employer-Household Dynamics Program
https://lehd.ces.census.gov/research/

U.S. Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Economic Analysis

The Bureau of Economic Analysis provides a wide array of data that are directly related to or impact the workforce, including data on gross domestic product, personal income, consumer spending, international trade, and supplemental accounts.

Research at BEA
http://www.bea.gov/research/by_topic.htm

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