Be informed as you make decisions about investing in your business, hiring new workers, or finding new business opportunities. The public workforce system has a wealth of workforce information that is easy to access and freely available.
Through the on-line resources of the U.S. Department of Labor, and at your local American Job Center, you can find valuable reports and projections to help you plan.
In addition, specialists at American Job Centers, Workforce Development Board, and state workforce agencies can help businesses find even more information, interpret trends, and analyze workforce conditions.
Find out more:
- Bureau of Labor Statistics
Statistical information on employment, industry location, wages, and other topics across the United States.
- CareerOneStop Business Center
Resources for business owners on finding skilled workers, assistance in training workers, and finding professional associations that can help you run your business.
- Competency Model Clearinghouse
Create your own individualized company models for the personalities, experiences, and skills that you look for in new employees.
- Job Description Writer
Want to attract the best and most skilled workers to your business? Use this tool to write a Job Description that will stand out.
- Local Employment Dynamics
U.S. Census data on employment statistics and outlook.
- Occupational Outlook Handbook
See rates of employment and salary data for workers of different occupations across the entire United States.
- Toolkit for Business
Download the toolkit packed with instructions on how to use the O*NET database to help your business.