The following labor statistics pages on this website provide employment data:
Current Employment Statistics (CES)
The CES program measures current wage and salary nonfarm employment.
Occupational Employment Statistics (OES)
The OES program estimates occupational employment and wages.
Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages (QCEW)
The QCEW program provides a count of wage and salary employment. It is not as current as CES.
upDATED oct. 18, 2013
The Growing and Declining Industries report contains data for Arizona statewide and by county. This report is based on the last 3 years of available QCEW data and is not a forecast. See the notes page of the report for details on the methodology used.
Growing and declining industries report: XLS PDF
upDATED Jan. 06, 2013
States ranked by nonfarm employment (CES) growth over the year: XLS PDF
Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs) ranked by nonfarm employment (CES) growth over the year: XLS PDF
States ranked based on Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages (QCEW) employment growth over the year: XLS PDF
(NOTE: The CES (Current Employment Statistics) over the year employment growth estimates are based on independent state estimates. As such, CES rankings may be subject to substantial revisions at the end of the year. QCEW (Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages) data are published about seven months after the end of a quarter and subsequent revisions are less substantial than CES.
The following labor statistics pages on this website provide unemployment data:
Local Area Unemployment Statistics (LAUS)
The LAUS program provides information about employment, unemployment and the unemployment rates.
Mass Layoff Statistics (MLS)
The MLS program counts mass layoff actions that result in 50 or more workers being separated from their jobs.
Longitudinal Employer-Household Dynamics (LEHD) is an innovative state/federal partnership between the Census Bureau and states. LEHD uses modern statistical and computing techniques to combine federal and state administrative data on employers and employees with core Census Bureau censuses and surveys while protecting the confidentiality of people and firms that provide the data.
Longitudinal Employer-Household Dynamics (LEHD) [CENSUS.GOV]