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Articles & Research

Articles published in the South Dakota e-Labor Bulletin

Research

Articles published in the South Dakota e-Labor Bulletin

Choose one of the categories below to find a list of articles (most available in Adobe .pdf format*) on that subject published in the South Dakota e-Labor Bulletin. Please note that beginning with the e-Labor Bulletin published in March 2010, articles are published once per quarter rather than monthly.

Businesses & Industries

Demographics of South Dakota's Work Force

General Economic Information

Jobs, Occupations & Career Trends

Other Labor-related Issues

Program Overviews

Wages, Earnings & Benefits

Research

Click on any of the topics listed below for special surveys, economic analyses or other technical research completed by Labor Market Information Center staff.

2010 Labor Market Report for South Dakota (published October 2010)

2009 Labor Market Report for South Dakota (published October 2009)

2008 Labor Market Report for South Dakota (published October 2008)

2007 Labor Market Report for South Dakota (published October 2007; page 6 revised January 5, 2009.)

Greening of the economy research

Workforce Availability Analysis (example of analyses completed upon request)

Articles on Businesses & Industries

2013 SD nonfarm industry trends, March 2014
2012 SD nonfarm industry trends, March 2013
2011 SD nonfarm industry trends, February 2012
2010 SD nonfarm industry trends, February 2011
2009 SD nonfarm industry trends, February 2010
NAICS - A vision of the economy, March 2008
South Dakota industry trends to 2018, January 2011
South Dakota projected industry employment trends to 2020, July 2012

Articles on Demographics of South Dakota's Work Force

American Community Survey, December 2007
Current Population Survey, July 2009
LEHD, LED and more: "gifts" from the U.S. Census Bureau that give valuable LMI all year long, December 2011
Putting perspective on "South Dakota's Aging Workforce", June 2013
Veterans, November 2009

Articles on General Economic Information

Current Population Survey
, July 2009

Fourth of July's economic significance, June 2009
Gross Domestic Product
, October 2009
How is South Dakota faring in BEA Economic Indicators? (Employment, Personal Income and Gross Domestic
    Product), February 2013

Recession nothing new, August 2009
True Cost of True Love, December 2009

Articles on Jobs, Occupations & Career Trends

2020 visions for South Dakota: occupational employment projections, December 2012
Summer job opportunities in 2012, April 2012
Summer youth employment outlook 2009: uncertain, April 2009
Summer youth employment outlook 2010: national, state and local perspectives, May 2011

Articles on Other Labor-related Issues

Finding a better balance (between work and home life), September 2009
What a difference a century makes, January 2010

Articles on Program Overviews

American Community Survey, December 2007
Annual Refiling Survey: Ensuring employment and wage data accurately reflects employers' business activities,
  March 2012
Career InSite, October 2008
Census 2010, May 2009
Covered Workers, July 2005
Estimating labor availability with an improved methodology, November 2013
Gross Domestic Product, October 2009
Labor force statistics, July 2005
LEHD, LED and more: "gifts" from the U.S. Census Bureau that give valuable LMI all year long, December 2011
More of what Local Employment Dynamics has to offer, including OnTheMap, January 2009
NAICS - A vision of the economy, March 2008
Nonfarm wage & salaried workers, July 2005
Tracking data on mass layoffs: the Mass Layoff Statistics program, November 2011
Tracking occupational change (the Standard Occupational Classification program), August 2008
Visualize This: OnTheMap, June 2012
What is the QCEW program?, January 2005

Wages, Earnings & Benefits

Job perks: The benefits of employee benefits (2010), August 2010

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