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            Import/Export Price Indexes

            • BLS Handbook of Methods. Chapter 15. International price indexes (PDF)

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            • BLS Handbook of Methods. Chapter 5. Employment and wages covered by unemployment insurance (PDF)

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            • BLS Handbook of Methods. Chapter 18. Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey (PDF)

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            • BLS Handbook of Methods. Chapter 3. Occupational employment statistics (PDF)
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            • Survey Methods and Reliability Statement (PDF)

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            • BLS Handbook of Methods. Chapter 7. National Longitudinal Surveys (Being updated)

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            • BLS Handbook of Methods. Chapter 4. Measurement of unemployment in States and local areas (Being updated)
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            • BLS Handbook of Methods. Chapter 6. Mass layoff statistics (PDF)

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            • BLS Handbook of Methods. Chapter 5. Employment and wages covered by unemployment insurance (PDF)

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            • BLS Handbook of Methods. Chapter 3. Occupational employment statistics (PDF)
            • Technical Documentation
            • Survey Methods and Reliability Statement (PDF)

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            • BLS Handbook of Methods. Chapter 16. Consumer expenditures and income (PDF)

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            The Major Sector Productivity and Costs program publishes annual measures of output per unit of combined inputs for major sectors and 18 NAICS 3-digit manufacturing industries for the United States.

            • BLS Handbook of Methods. Chapter 10. Productivity measures: Business sector and major subsectors (PDF)
            • Technical Information About the BLS Multifactor Productivity Measures for Major Sectors and 18 NAICS 3-digit Manufacturing Industries (HTML) (PDF)
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            The Industry Productivity and Costs program publishes annual measures of output per unit of combined input for 86 4-digit NAICS manufacturing industries, the air transportation industry, and the line-haul railroad industry.

            • BLS Handbook of Methods. Chapter 11. Industry productivity measures (PDF)

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            • BLS Handbook of Methods. Chapter 9. Occupational safety and health statistics (PDF)

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            • BLS Handbook of Methods. Chapter 12. International Labor Comparisons (PDF)