Reference: A New BLS “Spotlight on Statistics” Offers Stats About Women at Work in the U.S.
A new “Spotlight on Statistics” from the Bureau of Labor Statistics provides a collection of statistics (including many data visualizations) about working women in the U.S.
The spotlight is available in both HTML and PDF.
Data/Charts included in the report (along with links to primary sources):
- How Women and Men Spend Their Time, 2015
- Average Annual Spending by Single Women
- Fatal Work Injuries
- Ratio of Women’s to Men’s Earnings by Occupation
- Women’s Earnings and Employment by Occupation
- Employment by Industry
- Labor Force by Educational Attainment
- Labor Force Projections
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