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LMI for Los Angeles County, California

The files listed below are for Los Angeles County, California, which is also known as the Los Angeles–Long Beach–Glendale Metropolitan Statistical Division. Some data are available only at the Metropolitan Division level. Questions about these data and the local area economy may be addressed to the Local Labor Market Consultant.

County Profile

Los Angeles County
An overview of local labor market information including employment and unemployment, industry data, wages, consumer price index and more!

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Unemployment Rates and Labor Force

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Industry Employment Data

The EDDs Labor Market Information Division provides an overview of the Industry Employment Data in Los Angeles County.









Use the Industry Employment - Official Monthly Estimates (or CES) tool to search data.

Projections of Employment by Industry:

Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages (Based on NAICS Classification):

Agricultural Employment in California is produced monthly for California and six regions in the state.  Los Angeles County is in the South Coast Region.

Additional Industry Data

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Occupational Data

Find occupational data for Los Angeles County on wages, projections of employment by occupation, and other occupational resources.

Occupational Wages:

Projections of Employment by Occupation:
Los Angeles County Occupational Projections

Additional Occupational Data Resources

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Economic Indicator Resources

Resources and tools available for data relating to economic indicating factors for Los Angeles County.

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Data for Affirmative Action/EEO Plans

The Data for Affirmative Action/EEO Plans page provides information for the 2000 Census population, labor force data, and summary occupational information for use in developing affirmative action programs, also known as Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO).

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WIA Planning Information Packet

The Workforce Information Act (WIA) Planning Information Packets were developed to aid local organizations in identifying the needs of target groups in order to make appropriate resource allocations for employment and training activities.

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Population Data Resources

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