The EDD - Labor Market Information Division collects, analyzes, and publishes data on groups of businesses based on their principal product or activity. The data collected includes employment, the number and size of businesses, occupations employed, and other key data for major industry sectors in California and its areas.
- Agricultural Employment
Detailed employment and earnings data for the Agricultural Industry sector in California.
- Employment Projections
Official long-term (10 year) and short-term (2 year) projections of employment by industry are available for California, and long-term projections for metropolitan areas and small-county regions.
- Industry Employment – Official Estimates
This data series includes current and historical industry employment for California, metropolitan areas, and counties from the Current Employment Statistics Program. (1990 – Current).
- Industry Employment Data Search Tool (Official Estimates)
Search for industry employment estimates by Time Period, Industry, and Geography.
- Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages (QCEW)
Find detailed Industry Employment for the United States, California, or a county for a single time period and area. Select the download option from the Output Format selection.
- QCEW Quick Query by Geography
View or download detailed Industry Employment for the United States, California, or a county for a single time period.
- QCEW Data Search Tool
Advanced Search for Industry Employment by Time Period Multiple Industries or Areas
- Staffing Patterns by Occupation and Industry
Find a ranked list of the occupations employed within an industry, or the industries that employ a specific occupation statewide.
Use the interactive data table below to find Industry Employment data for all California areas. You can also access interactive data for individual California areas by using the following links: California Statewide | County | Metropolitan Areas
- The Industry Employment Changes Calculator can be used to compare month-over-month or year-over-year employment changes by industry for California and its areas.
- Find Local Employers
Search for employers by industry, occupation, geography, or name. Data from infogroup, a private company.
- Major Employers by County
A listing of the major employers by county. This list is updated from information supplied by the infogroup
Note: To learn more about the Major Employers listing from the infogroup, please visit the Major Employers list FAQ.
- Business Employment Dynamics (BED)
The statewide and national BED data series are based on the Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages (QCEW), and is used to track changes in employment expansion and contraction at private businesses.
- California Manufacturing Jobs in Demand
identifies jobs and skills needed in California's manufacturing industry based on recent job listings data and other labor market information.
- Hours and Earnings by Selected Industries
Average weekly earnings, average hourly earnings, and average number of weekly hours for California only.
- Mass Layoff Statistics (MLS) Program
Describes and tracks the effects of large job cutbacks. As a result of the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act, (commonly referred to as sequestration); the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), suspended the Mass Layoff Statistics (MLS) program in 2013.
- Size of Business
Employment, count of businesses, and payroll by size of business, industry, and county for California and the metropolitan areas for each third quarter. Statewide data quarterly.
- Quarterly Workforce Indicators
Data of interest to the Workforce Partners community, such as measures of hires and separations for different types of workers cross-referenced with such factors as gender, age, and industry.
- North American Industry Classification System (NAICS)
Learn more about NAICS, the primary industry coding system used on this website.
- NAICS Industry Search
Find an industry classification using the official North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) search system.
Local Area Profiles
Get unemployment rates, industry employment, wages economic indicators, population, and more for the state or a county.