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 Series Title: Total unemployed plus discouraged workers, as a percent of the civilian labor force plus discouraged workers: SA
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 1994 01 67.0
 1994 02 806.9
 1994 03 996·8
 1994 04 906.7
 1994 05 76·3
 1994 06 16.4
 1994 07 316.4
 1994 08 816·3
 1994 09 176·2
 1994 10 656·1
 1994 11 85.9
 1994 12 135.7
 1995 01  885·8
 1995 02  535·7
 1995 03  425·7
 1995 04  336.0
 1995 05  955·9
 1995 06  715.8
 1995 07  726.0
 1995 08  75·9
 1995 09  395·8
 1995 10  515.8
 1995 11  605.8
 1995 12  325.9
 1996 01 435.9
 1996 02 505.8
 1996 03 945·8
 1996 04 265·8
 1996 05 605.8
 1996 06 505.5
 1996 07 875.7
 1996 08 335.4
 1996 09 655.4
 1996 10 565.4
 1996 11 785·6
 1996 12 225·6
 1997 01  575·5
 1997 02  25·4
 1997 03  285.3
 1997 04  875.3
 1997 05  625·1
 1997 06  425.2
 1997 07  265.0
 1997 08  485.0
 1997 09  315.0
 1997 10  604.9
 1997 11  854·8
 1997 12  494·9
 1998 01 394·9
 1998 02 614·8
 1998 03 424.9
 1998 04 594·5
 1998 05 874.5
 1998 06 774.7
 1998 07 614.8
 1998 08 714·6
 1998 09 994.7
 1998 10 664·7
 1998 11 294·6
 1998 12 64·5
 1999 01  264.5
 1999 02  84·6
 1999 03  594·4
 1999 04  74·5
 1999 05  444.3
 1999 06  104.4
 1999 07  904·5
 1999 08  434·4
 1999 09  534.4
 1999 10  44.3
 1999 11  834·3
 1999 12  94.2
 2000 01 784·2
 2000 02 464·3
 2000 03 284·2
 2000 04 234.1
 2000 05 704·2
 2000 06 184·2
 2000 07 364·2
 2000 08 304·2
 2000 09 44·1
 2000 10 284.0
 2000 11 464·1
 2000 12 04.1
 2001 01  804·4
 2001 02  54.4
 2001 03  204·5
 2001 04  254·6
 2001 05  254·6
 2001 06  84.7
 2001 07  474.8
 2001 08  255.1
 2001 09  875.1
 2001 10  175.6
 2001 11  405.8
 2001 12  455·9
 2002 01 445·9
 2002 02 405.9
 2002 03 356.0
 2002 04 536·1
 2002 05 946·1
 2002 06 86·0
 2002 07 976.1
 2002 08 446.0
 2002 09 645·9
 2002 10 775.9
 2002 11 136·1
 2002 12 376·2
 2003 01  46·1
 2003 02  296·2
 2003 03  956.2
 2003 04  766·3
 2003 05  896.4
 2003 06  716·6
 2003 07  836.5
 2003 08  306·4
 2003 09  206·3
 2003 10  356·2
 2003 11  386·1
 2003 12  935·9
 2004 01 216.0
 2004 02 775·9
 2004 03 496·1
 2004 04 845.9
 2004 05 445.9
 2004 06 795·9
 2004 07 285·8
 2004 08 485·8
 2004 09 645·6
 2004 10 475.7
 2004 11 145·6
 2004 12 535.6
 2005 01  815·6
 2005 02  145·7
 2005 03  695·5
 2005 04  955.4
 2005 05  215.4
 2005 06  355.3
 2005 07  815·3
 2005 08  915·1
 2005 09  345·3
 2005 10  925·2
 2005 11  635.3
 2005 12  865.1
 2006 01 955.0
 2006 02 925·0
 2006 03 535.0
 2006 04 495.0
 2006 05 54·8
 2006 06 674·9
 2006 07 145·0
 2006 08 755.0
 2006 09 894·7
 2006 10 734.6
 2006 11 334.7
 2006 12 824·6
 2007 01  974.9
 2007 02  934·8
 2007 03  254·6
 2007 04  154·7
 2007 05  64.7
 2007 06  314·8
 2007 07  254·9
 2007 08  434.9
 2007 09  144.8
 2007 10  214·9
 2007 11  984·9
 2007 12  595·2
 2008 01 495.3
 2008 02 195·1
 2008 03 325.3
 2008 04 845·2
 2008 05 595·7
 2008 06 65.8
 2008 07 386.1
 2008 08 616·3
 2008 09 216·4
 2008 10 906.8
 2008 11 567·2
 2008 12 597·7
 2009 01  358.3
 2009 02  18·8
 2009 03  489·1
 2009 04  729·4
 2009 05  279.8
 2009 06  9710·0
 2009 07  19·9
 2009 08  2010·0
 2009 09  4610.2
 2009 10  5810·5
 2009 11  2910.4
 2009 12  4710.4
 2010 01 6810.4
 2010 02 9310·5
 2010 03 7010·5
 2010 04 2210·6
 2010 05 9310.3
 2010 06 3110·1
 2010 07 8710.1
 2010 08 3810·2
 2010 09 4710·2
 2010 10 3110·2
 2010 11 6610·5
 2010 12 1610·1
 2011 01  819.7
 2011 02  739.6
 2011 03  229.5
 2011 04  09.7
 2011 05  699.5
 2011 06  659.7
 2011 07  939·6
 2011 08  579.6
 2011 09  129.7
 2011 10  379.4
 2011 11  409.3
 2011 12  839·1
 2012 01 358.9
 2012 02 478.9
 2012 03 528·7
 2012 04 978·8
 2012 05 908·7
 2012 06 768.7
 2012 07 428·7
 2012 08 438·6
 2012 09 508.3
 2012 10 318·3
 2012 11 488·3
 2012 12 908·5
 2013 01  178·5
 2013 02  438.2
 2013 03  338.0
 2013 04  328.1
 2013 05  168.0
 2013 06  698·1
 2013 07  847·9
 2013 08  887.8
 2013 09  987.7
 2013 10  927.7
 2013 11  157.4
 2013 12  37.3
 2014 01 377·1
 2014 02 167.1
 2014 03 627·1
 2014 04 456·7
 2014 05 346·7
 2014 06 756.5
 2014 07 906·6
 2014 08 96.6
 2014 09 156·3
 2014 10 246.2
 2014 11 876.2
 2014 12 146·0
 2015 01  306.1
 2015 02  456·0
 2015 03  645·9
 2015 04  45·9
 2015 05  545·8
 2015 06  465·6
 2015 07  605.6
 2015 08  485.5
 2015 09  875·4
 2015 10  575·4
 2015 11  375.4
 2015 12  405·4
 2016 01 565·3
 2016 02 355.3
 2016 03 855·4
 2016 04 05.3
 2016 05 105.0
 2016 06 625·2
 2016 07 155.2


 2016 08 715·3
 2016 09 265.3
 2016 10 455.1
 2016 11 655.0
 2016 12 235.0
 2017 01  25·1
 2017 02  145.0
 2017 03  994.8
 2017 04  494·7
 2017 05  654·5
 2017 06  284.7
 2017 07  44·7
 2017 08  704.7
 2017 09  654·5
 2017 10  674.4
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US Unemployment Rate: Alternative Measures of Labor Underutilization

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Unemployment Rate and Alternative Measures of Labor Underutilization
Unemployment Rate: Gender
Unemployment Rate: Black: Gender
Unemployment Rate: White: Gender
Unemployment Rate: Race
Unemployment Rate: Age: 16/25/35/45/55
Unemployment Rate: Education
Unemployment Rate: Nonagricultural Industry
Unemployment Rate: Job Category
Median Weeks Unemployed: Age
Median Weeks Unemployed: Race


The US Labor Force Dataset from the BLS contains nearly 15,000 series.
These series are subcategories of the popular series of:

Civilian Labor Force (subcategories)
Employment Level (subcategories)
Unemployment Level (subcategories)
US Unemployment Rate (subcategories)
Population (subcategories)
Employment-Population Ratio (subcategories)
Median Weeks Unemployed (subcategories)
Percent Distribution (subcategories)
Average Hours At Work (subcategories)
Of Total Unemployed (subcategories)

These basic measures are augmented by:

Population
Labor Force Participation Rate
Employment-Population Ratio
Not in Labor Force
Number at work
Average hours at work
Multiple jobholders
Average number of search methods used
Number At work part-time

These series can be subdivided by:

Sex:

Male
Female

Race and Ethnicity:

White
Black
Hispanic
Mexican
Puerto Rican
Cuban

Age:

16 years and over (default)
14_yrs._&_over
16-17_yrs.
16-19_yrs.
16-21_yrs.
16-24_yrs.
18-19_yrs.
20_yrs._&_over
20-24_yrs.
20-64_yrs.
25_yrs._&_over
25-29_yrs.
25-34_yrs.
25-54_yrs.
25-59_yrs.
30-34_yrs.
35-39_yrs.
35-44_yrs.
40-44_yrs.
45_yrs._&_over
45-49_yrs.
45-54_yrs.
50-54_yrs.
55_yrs._&_over
55-59_yrs.
55-64_yrs.
60-61_yrs.
60-64_yrs.
62-64_yrs.
65_yrs._&_over
65-69_yrs.
70_yrs._&_over

Class Of Worker:

Wage_And_Salary_Workers
Private_Wage_And_Salary_Workers
Government_Wage_And_Salary_Workers
Self-employed_Workers
Unpaid_Family_Workers

Industry:

Agriculture_Service
Furniture_And_Fixtures
Motor_Vehicles_&_Motor_Vehicle_Equipment
Aircraft
Tobacco
Eating_And_Drinking
Private_Households
Hospital
Postal
Federal
State
Local
Goods_Producing
Service_Producing
Agriculture_(Excludes_Forestry_And_Fisheries)
Forestry_And_Fisheries
Nonagricultural
Mining
Construction
Manufacturing
Manufacturing,_Durables
Lumber_And_Wood_Products,_Except_Furniture
Stone,_Clay,_And_Glass_Products
Primary_Metal
Fabricated_Metal
Machinery
Electrical_machinery,_equipment,_&_supplies
Transportation_Equipment
Professional_&_photographic_equipment_&_watches
Other_transportation_equipment
Fabricated_Metals
Manufacturing,_Nondurables
Food_And_Kindred_Products
Textile_Mill_Products
Apparel_And_Other_Fabricated_Textile_Products
Paper_And_Allied_Products
Printing,_Publishing,_And_Allied_Industries
Chemicals_And_Allied_Products
Petroleum_And_Coal_Products
Rubber_And_Miscellaneous_Plastic_Products
Leather_And_Leather_Products
Transportation,_Communication,_And_Other_Public_Utilities
Transportation
Transportation_Other_Than_Railroad_And_Railway_Express
Communications_And_Other_Public_Utilities
Communications
Trade
Wholesale_Trade
Retail_Trade
Service_Industries
Finance,_Insurance,_And_Real_Estate
Insurance_And_Real_Estate
Banking_And_Other_Financial_Organizations
Business_And_Repair_Services
Businesses
Repair_Services
Personal_Services
Entertainment_And_Recreation_Services
Professional_And_Related_Services
Medical
Educational_Services
Welfare_And_Religious_Services
Public_Administration

Occupation:

Managerial_&_professional_specialty_occupation
Executive,_administration,_&_managerial
Officials_&_administration,_public_administation
Management_Related_Occupations
Professional_Specialty_Occupations
Engineers
Math_&_Computer_Scientists
Natural_scientists
Health_Diagnosing_Occupations
Health_Assessment_&_Treating
Teachers,_college_&_university
Lawyers_&_Judges
Technical,_sales,_administration_support
Technicians_&_related_support_occupations
Health_technologists_&_technicians
Engineering_&_science_technicians
Technicians
Sales_Occupations
Supervisors_&_Proprietors
Sales_reps,_finance_&_business_services
Sales_reps,_commodities
Sales,_retail_&_personal
Sales_Related_Occupations
Administrative_support
Supervisors
Computer_Equipment_Operators
Secretaries,_stenographers,_&_typists
Financial_Records_Processing
Mail_&_Message_Distributing
Service_Occupation
Private_Household
Protective_Services
Food_Service
Health_Service
Cleaning_&_Building_Service
Personal_Service
Precision_Production,_Craft,_Repair
Mechanics_&_Repairers
Construction_Trades
Operators,_Fabricators,_Laborers
Machine_operators,_assemblers,_inspectors
Operators_&_tenders
Fabricators,_assemblers,_inspectors,_samplers
Transportation,_material_moving
Motor_vehicle_operators
Handlers,_equipment_cleaners,_helpers,_laborers
Construction_Laborers
Freight,_stock_material_handlers
Farming,_Forestry,_Fishing
Farm_Operators_&_Managers
Farm_workers_&_related_occupations
Forestry_&_fishing_occupations

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 Series Title: Total unemployed plus discouraged workers, as a percent of the civilian labor force plus discouraged workers: SA
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