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Average Weekly Hours of All Employees: Other Services (AWHAEOS)
Observation:
Jun 2018: 31.7 (+ more)Updated: Jul 6, 2018
Jun 2018:  31.7  
May 2018:  31.7  
Apr 2018:  31.7  
Mar 2018:  31.7  
Feb 2018:  31.7 
Units:
Hours,Seasonally Adjusted
Frequency:
MonthlyThe series comes from the 'Current Employment Statistics (Establishment Survey).'
The source code is: CES8000000002
Average Weekly Hours of All Employees: Other Services
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The series comes from the 'Current Employment Statistics (Establishment Survey).'
The source code is: CES8000000002
Average Weekly Hours of All Employees: Other Services
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Title  Release Dates  


Average Weekly Hours of All Employees: Other Services  20100604  20180706 
Source  


U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics  20100604  20180706 
Release  


Employment Situation  20100604  20180706 
Units  


Hours  20100604  20180706 
Frequency  


Monthly  20100604  20180706 
Seasonal Adjustment  


Seasonally Adjusted  20100604  20180706 
Notes  


Average weekly hours relate to the average hours per worker for which pay was received and is different from standard or scheduled hours. Factors such as unpaid absenteeism, labor turnover, parttime work, and stoppages cause average weekly hours to be lower than scheduled hours of work for an establishment. Group averages further reflect changes in the workweek of component industries. Average weekly hours are the total weekly hours divided by the employees paid for those hours. The series comes from the 'Current Employment Statistics (Establishment Survey).' The source code is: CES8000000002 
20100604  20180706 
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