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Employment Situation Summary Table A.

Household data, seasonally adjusted


HOUSEHOLD DATA - HISPANIC POPULATION Summary table A. Household data, seasonally adjusted [Numbers in thousands] [Source: Department of Labor] Category
Civilian noninstitutional population Not in Labor Force Civil Labor Force Employed Unemployed Unemployment Rate Participation Rate Employment Population Ratio

Change
Year
2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009

Jan 32417 10424 21993 19787 2205 10.0% 67.8% 61.0%

Feb 32501 10408 22093 19639 2454 11.1% 68.0% 60.4%

Mar 32585 10354 22231 19637 2594 11.7% 68.2% 60.3%

Apr 32671 10274 22397 19838 2560 11.4% 68.6% 60.7%

May 32753 10385 22368 19549 2819 12.6% 68.3% 59.7%

Jun 32839 10498 22341 19615 2726 12.2% 68.0% 59.7%

Jul 32926 10370 22556 19736 2820 12.5% 68.5% 59.9%

Aug 33017 10655 22362 19426 2935 13.1% 67.7% 58.8%

Sep 33110 10678 22432 19578 2854 12.7% 67.7% 59.1%

Oct 33202 10702 22500 19593 2906 12.9% 67.8% 59.0%

Nov 33291 10677 22614 19796 2818 12.5% 67.9% 59.5%

Dec 33379 10917 22462 19595 2867 12.8% 67.3% 58.7%

Dec/Dec 730 457 273 -523 796

Civilian noninstitutional population Not in Labor Force Civil Labor Force Employed Unemployed Unemployment Rate Participation Rate Employment Population Ratio

2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010

33251 10693 22558 19697 2862 12.7% 67.8% 59.2%

33335 10735 22600 19796 2803 12.4% 67.8% 59.4%

33414 10735 22679 19793 2886 12.7% 67.9% 59.2%

33498 10859 22639 19803 2835 12.5% 67.6% 59.1%

33578 10882 22696 19914 2783 12.3% 67.6% 59.3%

33662 11011 22651 19849 2802 12.4% 67.3% 59.0%

33747 10988 22759 19990 2769 12.2% 67.4% 59.2%

33836 11053 22783 20038 2745 12.0% 67.3% 59.2%

33927 11001 22926 20071 2855 12.5% 67.6% 59.2%

34014 11219 22795 19955 2840 12.5% 67.0% 58.7%

34102 11112 22990 20012 2978 13.0% 67.4% 58.7%

34188 11251 22937 19985 2952 12.9% 67.1% 58.5%

809 334 475 390 85

Civilian noninstitutional population Not in Labor Force Civil Labor Force Employed Unemployed Unemployment Rate Participation Rate Employment Population Ratio

2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011

34001 11229 22772 20024 2748 12.1% 67.0% 58.9%


36301

34079 11684 22395 19802 2593 11.6% 65.7% 58.1%


36384

34155 11549 22606 20030 2577 11.4% 66.2% 58.6%


36463

34233 11489 22744 20049 2696 11.9% 66.4% 58.6%


36546

34311 11621 22690 20002 2688 11.8% 66.1% 58.3%


36626

34391 11587 22804 20167 2636 11.6% 66.3% 58.6%


36708

34470 11703 22767 20196 2571 11.3% 66.0% 58.6%


36792

34555 11550 23005 20417 2588 11.2% 66.6% 59.1%


36881

34640 11581 23059 20446 2613 11.3% 66.6% 59.0%


36969

34724 11420 23304 20659 2646 11.4% 67.1% 59.5%


37058

34808 11499 23309 20685 2624 11.3% 67.0% 59.4%


37147

34885 11542 23343 20776 2567 11.0% 66.9% 59.6%


37231

697 291 406 791 -385

Civilian noninstitutional population Not in Labor Force Civil Labor Force Employed Unemployed Unemployment Rate Participation Rate Employment Population Ratio

2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012

2346 1150 1196 1419 -223

12261 24040 21505 2535 10.5% 66.2% 59.2%

12184 24200 21638 2562 10.6% 66.5% 59.5%

12337 24126 21639 2487 10.3% 66.2% 59.3%

12298 24248 21749 2499 10.3% 66.3% 59.5%

12058 24568 21856 2712 11.0% 67.1% 59.7%

12123 24585 21878 2708 11.0% 67.0% 59.6%

12325 24467 21950 2517 10.3% 66.5% 59.7%

12529 24352 21874 2477 10.2% 66.0% 59.3%

12505 24464 22042 2422 9.9% 66.2% 59.6%

12486 24572 22112 2460 10.0% 66.3% 59.7%

12602 24545 22109 2435 9.9% 66.1% 59.5%

12692 24539 22195 2344 9.6% 65.9% 59.6%

Employment Situation Summary Table A. Household data, seasonally adjusted


HOUSEHOLD DATA - HISPANIC POPULATION Summary table A. Household data, seasonally adjusted [Numbers in thousands] [Source: Department of Labor] Category
Civilian noninstitutional population Not in Labor Force Civil Labor Force Employed Unemployed Unemployment Rate Participation Rate Employment Population Ratio

Change
Year
2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013

Jan
37094 12522

Feb
37169 12606

Mar
37242 12888

Apr
37320 12808

May
37395 12547

Jun
37471 12602

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Dec/Dec 240 (90) 330 406 (77)

24572
22199 2373

24563
22215 2348

24354
22122 2232

24512
22310 2202

24848
22583 2265

24869
22601 2267

9.7% 66.2% 59.8%

9.6% 66.1% 59.8%

9.2% 65.4% 59.4%

9.0% 65.7% 59.8%

9.1% 66.4% 60.4%

9.1% 66.4% 60.3%

For the Local Area Unemployment Statistics (LAUS) model-based areas, BLS obtains estimates of the civilian noninstitutional population ages 16 and older, which is the universe for labor force data, from the Census Bureau. These population estimates are used to adjust labor force level (that is, number-of-person) measures to be consistent with the Census Bureaus most up-to-date information on the distribution of population across states. Labor force level measures for all LAUS areas are controlled to the Census Bureaus statewide estimates of civilian noninstitutional population ages 16 and older through a process of additivity. (See the page on LAUS estimation methodology, and particularly the section on substate labor market areas, for more on additivity.) These Census Bureau population data also allow BLS to calculate labor force participation rates and employmentpopulation ratios for the LAUS model-based areas.

Civilian Labor Force: The civilian labor force, which is recalculated monthly, is a key component of two commonly used employment calculations created by the BLS: the labor force participation rate and the unemployment rate. Barron's Business Dictionary: Civilian Labor Force All members of the population aged 16 or over in the United States who are not in the military or institutions such as prisons or mental hospitals and who are either employed or are unemployed and actively seeking and available for work. Every month the U.S. Department of Labor releases the unemployment rate, which is the percentage of the civilian labor force that is unemployed. In very bad economic times, the unemployment rate can be deceptive because it does not consider discouraged workers, those who are unemployed but have stopped actively seeking employment.

Not in labor force includes all people 16 years old and over who are not classified as members of the labor force. This category consists mainly of students, housewives, retired workers, seasonal workers interviewed in an off season who were not looking for work, institutionalized people, and people doing only incidental unpaid family work (less than 15 hours during the reference week). Related term: Labor force. (references)

Question: How are the labor force components (i.e., civilian noninstitutional population, civilian labor force, employed, unemployed, and unemployment rate) defined? Answer: The official concepts and definitions of the labor force components used in the Current Population Survey (CPS) are described below. For a complete description, see Definitions of Labor Force Concepts Civilian noninstitutional population: Persons 16 years of age and older residing in the 50 states and the District of Columbia, who are not inmates of institutions (e.g., penal and mental facilities, homes for the aged), and who are not on active duty in the Armed Forces. Civilian labor force: All persons in the civilian noninstitutional population classified as either employed or unemployed.

Employment Situation Summary Table A. Household data, seasonally adjusted


HOUSEHOLD DATA - HISPANIC POPULATION Summary table A. Household data, seasonally adjusted [Numbers in thousands] [Source: Department of Labor] Category

Change
Year Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Dec/Dec

Employed persons: All persons who, during the reference week (week including the twelfth day of the month), (a) did any work as paid employees, worked in their own business or profession or on their own farm, or worked 15 hours or more as unpaid workers in an enterprise operated by a member of their family, or (b) were not working but who had jobs from which they were temporarily absent. Each employed person is counted only once, even if he or she holds more than one job.

Unemployed persons: All persons who had no employment during the reference week, were available for work, except for temporary illness, and had made specific efforts to find employment some time during the 4 week-period ending with the reference week. Persons who were waiting to be recalled to a job from which they had been laid off need not have been looking for work to be classified as unemployed.

Unemployment rate: The ratio of unemployed to the civilian labor force expressed as a percent [i.e., 100 times (unemployed/labor force)].