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LMI Mythbusting: Measuring Employment Change
You've heard the saying change is good. But when it comes to projected employment changes, is one measurement of change better than another? Find out more in the second topic in our new LMI Myth Busting series.
Quick Facts on South Dakota's Youngest Workers
How do South Dakota's young workers compare with their national counterparts? The Labor Market Information Center's latest handout, Quick Facts on South Dakota's Youngest Workers (Adobe PDF format) reveals this answer and more.
Overview of South Dakota Labor Market
See an overview of the May labor market in South Dakota, including the estimated labor supply, labor force and nonfarm worker data.
Snapshot of South Dakota's Economy
Get a quick synopsis, or snapshot, of the most current data available for numerous closely watched economic indicators. The snapshot was recently enhanced to include comparative data for the month prior. Labor force data for the metro areas was also added.
Latest Data Releases
View and print tables of the most current data available, including labor force, nonfarm wage and salaried worker levels by industry, annualized pay, activity levels of the South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation and more.
Printable Labor Bulletin
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South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation Services
The South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation provides services for businesses to help them maintain a skilled workforce and handle various labor issues and services for individuals to help them identify opportunities and prepare for and maintain productive employment. DLR has professional staff in 16 job service offices throughout the state ready to serve your needs. Find the nearest job service office.
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