These tools are designed to give advanced users the ability to create custom data extracts. These tools provide direct access to all the data available in our core workforce information database also known as the WID(Workforce Information Database). The tools also provide some graphing capabilities, and the ability to export data to your desktop for further manipulation or analysis.
Much of this information can also be accessed in summary reports or other formats from the Reports & Publications Page
Labor Force and Unemployment (LAUS)
Customize our need choosing different areas, time periods, and elements to be viewed or graphed.
Current Employment Statistics (CES series)
Create your own custom report and dataset of current or historical industry employment.
Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages (QCEW)
Create your own custom report and dataset of industry employment and wages.
Wages by Occupation and Industry (OES Wages)
View and download a variety of wage rates and information for occupations.
Industry Projections 2012-2022
Create your own custom report and dataset of employment projections by industry code.
Staffing Patterns by Industry or Occupation Identify occupations associated with specific industries. Identify industries associated with an occupation.
Population Growth and Trends
View, compare, download, and graph estimates of population.
Consumer Price Index (CPI)
View and download the current and historic Consumer Price Index for the United States or selected geographic areas.
View and download a historic data series for most common income categories including per capita income and median household income.
Find a Business in Nevada
This is a list of employers created by a private company, infoUSA Gov, contracted by the US Department of Labor to provide an employer list to all states. You can search for employers by name, alphabetical listing, occupations they may have in their company, or industry classification.
Occupational Projections 2012-2022
View and download current and future employment projections for occupations.