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Employment Level: Women (LNS12000002)
Observation:
Jun 2018: 73,054 (+ more)Updated: Jul 6, 2018
Jun 2018:  73,054  
May 2018:  72,690  
Apr 2018:  72,569  
Mar 2018:  72,548  
Feb 2018:  72,530 
Units:
Thousands of Persons,Seasonally Adjusted
Frequency:
MonthlyThe series comes from the 'Current Population Survey (Household Survey)'
The source code is: LNS12000002
Employment Level: Women
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The series comes from the 'Current Population Survey (Household Survey)'
The source code is: LNS12000002
Employment Level: Women
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Title  Release Dates  


Employment Level: Women  20110902  20180706 
Source  


U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics  20110902  20180706 
Release  


Employment Situation  20110902  20180706 
Units  


Thousands of Persons  20110902  20180706 
Frequency  


Monthly  20110902  20180706 
Seasonal Adjustment  


Seasonally Adjusted  20110902  20180706 
Notes  


To obtain estimates of women worker employment, the ratio of weighted women employees to the weighted all employees in the sample is assumed to equal the same ratio in the universe. The current month's women worker ratio, thus, is estimated and then multiplied by the allemployee estimate. The weighteddifferencelinkandtaper formula (described in the source) is used to estimate the current month's women worker ratio. This formula adds the change in the matched sample's women worker ratio (the weighteddifference link) to the prior month's estimate, which has been slightly modified to reflect changes in the sample composition (the taper). The series comes from the 'Current Population Survey (Household Survey)' The source code is: LNS12000002 
20110902  20180706 
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