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Business Employment Dynamics
Business Employment Dynamics is a cooperative program involving the Bureau of Labor Statistics of the U.S Department of Labor and the Idaho Department of Labor. Business Employment Dynamics are quarterly set of data series generated from the Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages. Data series contain set of statistics on gross job gains and gross job losses on national and state level for the entire economy from 1992 forward.
 
Longitudinal database of Business Employment Dynamics data is valuable in assessing the business cycle, and the level of labor market volatility. In addition, these data will highlight the importance of job changes at opening and closing establishments relative to changes in existing establishments.
 
Business Employment Dynamics data helps economists, policy makers, and the business communities to develop a more complete understanding of employment dynamics over the business cycle. For additional information about Business Employment Dynamics click here.
         
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Idaho’s Business Employment Dynamics (BED): Second Quarter 2014
During the second quarter of 2014, gross job losses exceeded gross job gains and yielded a net employment loss of 1,529 in Idaho, according to preliminary Business Employment Dynamics data released by the Idaho Department of Labor and the Bureau of Labor Statistics of the U.S. Department of Labor. From March 2014 to June 2014, gross job gains from Idaho’s expanding and opening private sector establishments were 40,993, a decrease of 4,000 jobs from the previous quarter. Over this same period, gross job losses from contracting and closing private sector establishments were 42,522, up around 4,000 from the previous quarter. More information... 
Updated 02/13/2015  
         
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