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BLS

abbr.
1. Bachelor of Liberal Studies
2. Bachelor of Library Science
3. Bureau of Labor Statistics

bls.

1. bales.
2. barrels.

B.L.S.

1. Bachelor of Library Science.
2. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Translations

BLS

abbr basic life support. V. support.
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"The Bureau of Labor Statistics this morning released the results of its 2017 Contingent Worker Survey; BLS anticipates releasing the results of the Contingent Worker Supplement questions this September.
Employment of Transportation and Material Moving Occupations, by state, May 2016 Employment NJ/MA 22,590--1,051.380 MD/DC 120,330--210950 CT 41,730--119,650 RI/DE 2,250--39,550 Source: US Bureau of Labor Statistics
Bureau of Labor Statistics also provided detailed data by industry segment on an unadjusted basis for June 2016.
(3.) Bureau of Labor Statistics. Employer-reported workplace injuries and illnesses in 2014 [Table 2].
The chart illustrates private sector employment from 2002 through 2012 as reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The peak level of private sector employment nationwide occurred in 2007 at 114 million.
Elizabeth Weber Handwerker is a research economist in the Office of Employment and Unemployment Statistics, Bureau of Labor Statistics. Lowell G.
Where can I access data, data products, and analyses related to Veterans from the Bureau of Labor Statistics? http://www.bls.gov/
He also noted that the number of people working part-time owing to the economic situation has increased more in the current crisis than at any time since the Bureau of Labor Statistics started tracking the information.
Department of Labor agencies and the Veterans Administration assisted the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) in the development of early issues.
Changes to the NEP include identification of industries and establishments associated with amputations rather than the equipment; lists of typical machinery and equipment associated with amputations; and new targeting methodology based on more current data from OSHA and Bureau of Labor Statistics sources.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics says there were 31,000 translator/interpreter jobs in the U.S.
The time use chapter is new; it includes tables based on the Bureau of Labor Statistics' American Time Use Survey.

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