Labor Market Information


Labor Market Information (LMI) is statistical data compiled through a variety of resources in order to analyze job trends, wages, unemployment and changes in the economy pertaining to workforce development.

LMI provides you with data to help identify careers that are projected to be in demand within a particular time frame, as well as to help you find information about wages by geographic and occupational area.

There are a number of excellent sources for Labor Market Information on a local, state and national level. Below is a short list of key sites that you may find helpful.


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Nevada Workforce Informer (In English)

Whether you are an employer, job seeker, student, researcher or economic analyst, this dynamic, interactive site provides the labor and economic information you need to make informed decisions, and is a great first stop for a labor market information overview.

Nevada Commission on Economic Development (In English)

This comprehensive site contains information on the State of Nevada, Commission Business and Divisions, Local Economic Development Authorities, incentives, technology, workforce and education, energy and water, quality of life, transportation, doing business in Nevada, and more.

U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) Bureau of Statistics (In English)

The Bureau of Labor Statistics is the principal fact-finding agency for the Federal Government in the field of labor economics and statistics, including wages, earnings and benefits, occupations, demographics, U.S. economy and industry "at a glance" tables, and more.

U.S. DOL Employment & Training Administration (In English)

This site is the home of America's Labor Market Information System (ALMIS) – a database for the maintenance of labor market and occupational information – as well as O*NET – a valuable source of occupational information.

The Federal Reserve Board (In English)

Commonly known as the Beige Book, published eight times per year and summarized by Federal Reserve District and sector. Each Federal Reserve Bank gathers anecdotal information on current economic conditions in its District through reports from Bank and Branch directors and interviews with key business contacts, economists, market experts, and other sources.

U.s. Census Bureau (In English)

The Census Bureau serves as the leading source of quality data about the nation's people and economy.