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Labor Market Information - Current Employment Statistics Production Workers Hourly Earnings/Weekly Hours/Weekly Earnings - Monthly Historical
 Production Workers Hourly Earnings/Weekly Hours & Earnings Historical - State of Connecticut Last Updated: March 14, 2012
The Current Employment Statistics (CES)  more information program provides the most current estimates of nonfarm employment, hours, and earnings data by industry (place of work) for the nation as a whole, all states, and most major metropolitan areas. The CES survey is a federal-state cooperative endeavor in which states develop state and sub-state data using concepts, definitions, and technical procedures prescribed by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Estimates produced by the CES program include both full- and part-time jobs. Excluded are self-employment, as well as agricultural and domestic positions. In Connecticut, more than 4,000 employers are surveyed each month to determine the number of the jobs in the State.
Production Workers Hours & Earnings (NSA)Files in Excel format only and may be opened or downloaded  Benchmark March 2011 
* Due to federal budget cuts to state-federal statistical programs conducted by the Connecticut Department of Labor in cooperation with the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the development and publication of production worker hours and earnings data for LMAs has been suspended.
Archived Production Workers Hourly Earnings / Weekly Hours / Weekly Earnings Monthly Historical
2005 Monthly Historical 2004 Monthly Historical 2003 Monthly Historical
Benchmarked 2006 Benchmarked 2005 Benchmarked 2004
Statewide Average Hourly Earnings Statewide Average Hourly Earnings Statewide Average Hourly Earnings 2003Benchmarked 2004
Statewide Average Weekly Earnings Statewide Average Weekly Earnings Statewide Average Weekly Earnings 2003Benchmarked 2004
Statewide Average Weekly Hours Statewide Average Weekly Hours Statewide Average Weekly Hours 2003Benchmarked 2004
LMAs Average Hourly Earnings LMAs Average Hourly Earnings LMAs Average Hourly Earnings 2003Benchmarked 2004
LMAs Average Weekly Earnings LMAs Average Weekly Earnings LMAs Average Weekly Earnings
LMAs Average Weekly Hours LMAs Average Weekly Hours LMAs Average Weekly Hours 2003
2002 Monthly Historical 2001 Monthly Historical
Benchmarked 2003 Benchmarked 2002
Statewide Average Hourly Earnings Statewide Average Hourly Earnings
Statewide Average Weekly Earnings Statewide Average Weekly Earnings
More industry detail data is available for the State and its LMAs at: http://www1.ctdol.state.ct.us/lmi/202_minorareas_lma.asp. The data published there differ from the data in the preceding tables, in that they are collected from a near-universe count of Connecticut employers covered by unemployment insurance (UI) programs, while the data here is sample-based. The Web site data does not contain estimates of employment not covered by UI programs, and is lagged several months behind the current employment estimates presented here.
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