LMI for EDD Staff
The EDD Labor Market Information Division provides data and links to resources that EDD staff will find helpful to assist clients searching for jobs. Use the Occupational Guides or salary and benefit information to identify career trends, locate wage and benefits information, and explore new career opportunities.
- Local Area Profile
- Occupation Profile
- Occupation Research
- Data Library
- Career Resources
- Emerging Industries and Occupations
- Dislocated Workers
- Resources in Spanish
- Additional Resources
Local Area Profiles
Local Area Profiles
Get unemployment rates, industry employment, wages economic indicators, population, and more for the State or a county.
Find detailed information for hundreds of occupations. The Occupational Profiles include information on wages, hiring trends, licensing, and more for an occupation in the State or a county.
- Hours and Working Conditions
- Find an Occ Code or Title:
- Similar Occupations:
- Training Providers:
- Job Openings:
- Find Possible Employers:
Find Occupations by Skills
Related Occupations Using O*NET
Occupation Licenses and Certificates
(Licensing information is also included in the Occupation Profile)
- Data Library
The Data Library contains a comprehensive listing of California labor market information data produced by the Employment Development Department.
- California Career Planning Guide
The California Career Planning Guide is a planning tool, which helps you collect useful information for developing your Career Action Plan. This publication is produced by the California Career Resource Network (CalCRN).
- California CareerZone
The California CareerZone is a way to explore jobs and occupations and to learn about what career path interests you.
- Electronic Tools Guide
Electronic Tools Guide provides jobseekers with the Department of Labor and Employment and Training Administration’s range of online electronic tools (E-tools) to help individuals explore career opportunities and link to job postings, either on their own or at local American Job Centers, to make informed employment and education choices.
- Toolbox for Job Seekers
Toolbox for Job Seekers provides information on tools and resources to help make job searches and career exploration a little easier.
Emerging Industries and Occupations
- Biotechnology in California
The Biotechnology in California Report provides a brief overview of the industries where biotechnology can be found and profiles key occupations in California.
- Health Care California
The health care industry is a significant and growing part of California’s economy. Health care related occupations from pediatricians to nurses to home health aides represent over seven percent of California’s total employment.
- Manufacturing Jobs in Demand
This report examines the current demand for jobs and skills in California’s manufacturing industry, and uses real-time access to job ads being posted online.
- Nontraditional Employment for Women
There are over 200 nontraditional occupations in California women make up 25 percent or less of the workforce for these jobs they typically have a higher rate of pay than jobs traditionally held by women.
- America’s Job Center of CaliforniaSM
America’s Job Center of CaliforniaSM offer services to job seekers and employers in one location.
- America's Service Locator
Use the America’s Service Locator tool to find the closest Job Center for your local area.
- File for Unemployment Insurance
File a new claim or follow-up on an existing Unemployment Insurance claim.
- EDD Services for Dislocated Workers
EDD offers a range of services for dislocated workers find out more about these services by visiting the EDD Services for Dislocated Workers page.
- Links to Public Transit
Links to Public Transportation information and resources.
Resources in Spanish
Search for job openings and post your resume online. California Unemployment Insurance claimants must use CalJOBSSM to create a resume that can be seen by employers.
Complete the form for unemployment online and submit it over the Internet.
- Occupational Outlook Handbook
Career Information in Spanish.
- Department of Industrial Relations (DIR)
The Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) handles employer and employee issues such as salary disputes, employee rights, and other labor law issues.
- Local Labor Standards & Enforcement District Offices
The Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) local offices listing
- Labor Market Consultants
Located throughout California, local Labor Market Consultants can assist EDD staff to find, access, and use labor market information products and services.