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created May 16 2014

updated Jan 23 2022

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Employment wages by industry, year, and area, from Colorado Department of Labor and Employment (CDLE), since 2009

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CDLE
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https://www.colorado.gov/cdle
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CDLE - Colorado Department of Labor & Employment
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https://www.colorado.gov/cdle
Agency Data Series Page
https://www.bls.gov/oes/current/oes_co.htm
Data Description
Field Names, comma delimited
statename, stfips, areaname, areatype, areatyname, area, periodyear, periodtype, pertypdesc, period, indcodty, indcode, indcodetitle, occodetype, occodetydesc, occcode, codetitle, wagesource, wagesrdesc, ratetype, ratetydesc, empcount, response, mean, entrywg, experience, pct10, pct25, median, pct75, pct90, udpct, udpctwage, udrnglopct, udrnghipct, udrngmean, wpctrelerr, epctrelerr, panelcode
Oldest Record in Dataset
2009
Newest Record in Dataset
2015
Long Description
This table contains data about each entity of an occupation for a given region as derived from the Occupational Employment Statistics Survey. There are 876 unique occupation types identified, and 12 established regions for data aggregation. The data is also contains a column with SIC or NAICS codes for each industry, and an additional industry column with a code used by the state for this data element. This code could be a DOT, OES, SOC, CENSUS, etc. The wage information included in this file distinguishes between annual and hourly rates, the mean wage for the occupation, the entry level wage for the occupation, the experienced level wage for the occupation, the wage at the 25th, 75th and 90th percentile. As this was a survey, there is also some information supporting the methodology including the total expected responses versus the actual responses, and an estimation on potential errors in wage and employment counts. Unique geographic areas and period years are defined in the table.
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Average wage by occupation by year by region
Related Datasets
Joinable to: Employee Counts by Industry in Colorado, Hours Worked by Employees in Colorado, Long-Term Employment Projections in Colorado, Personal Income in Colorado, Population Estimates by Year for Counties in Colorado 2015, Short-Term Employment Projections in Colorado, Unemployment Estimates in Colorado based on "areaname"
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Manual - monthly
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4th of month
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Manual
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Manual - monthly
Total Records At Initial Publish
35899
Dataset Coverage
Unit of Analysis
Tabular
Geographic Coverage
State
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