Hours and earnings estimates from April 2012-December 2013 from the monthly Current Employment Statistics (CES) survey were revised as part of the annual benchmarking process, and released on the New York State Department of Labor web site on March 6, 2014. Questions regarding the revised hours and earnings estimates should be directed to your local labor market analyst.
Hours and earnings estimates--by place of work--provide the most up-to-date hours worked and hourly & weekly wage estimates available by industry. Estimates are based on the monthly Current Employment Statistics (CES) survey of over 18,000 businesses, which uses probability sampling methodology and is based on the new NAICS classification system. Hours and earnings figures are available for New York State selected industries only. Current estimates are developed and distributed monthly.
The entire set of currently available historical NAICS-based jobs data for New York State, metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs), and minor counties (outside of MSAs) is available by downloading the file, ces.zip. This compressed archive consists of a layout file (readme.txt) and the following comma-separated-value (CSV) data files:
|ces_naics.txt||Jobs data for New York State and MSAs|
|ces_minor.txt||Jobs data for minor counties|
|ces_earnings.txt||Average weekly earnings by industry (statewide only) of:
|ces_hourearn.txt||Average hourly earnings by industry (statewide only) of:
|ces_hours.txt||Average weekly hours by industry (statewide only) of:
All files can be uncompressed with either the winzip or pkunzip utility programs. A self-extracting version ces.exe is also available. After extracting the files from the archive, they may be imported into a spreadsheet application. The text and data should parse automatically into columns.
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