Responsible agencyBureau of Labor Statistics
Where to find ithttp://www‚Äč.bls.gov/ncs/
Type of sourceEstablishment survey
DescriptionProvides comprehensive measures of occupational wages by detailed occupation. Employment cost trends; and benefit incidence and detailed plan provisions, by occupational grouping
Periodicity of the dataContinuous
Reference periodVaries. Data published in the 2009 national bulletin for occupational earnings were compiled from data collected between December 2008 and January 2010. The average reference period is July 2009
Frequency of publicationOccupational pay and benefits incidence—Annual Employment costs—Monthly
ScopeIncludes non-farm private, state government, and local government. Excludes federal, agricultural, and household workers, and self-employed workers
Classifications used and level of detailOccupational pay—2000 SOC, 6-digit detailed
occupations. Excludes military occupations (SOC
major group 55)
Employment cost trends; and benefit incidence
and detailed plan provisions, by occupational
grouping
Geographic detail 
  National
  Region
  State
  Metropolitan Area✓ Selected MSAs
  County 
  City 
  Urban/suburban/rural Other (describe)✓ Selected Micropolitan areas
Data elements produced that relate to the desired information3.d Labor market information: benefits; wages by full-time/part-time, and by union status

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The Early Childhood Care and Education Workforce: Challenges and Opportunities: A Workshop Report.
Committee on Early Childhood Care and Education Workforce: A Workshop; Institute of Medicine; National Research Council.
Washington (DC): National Academies Press (US); 2011 Nov 15.
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