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Nongovernmental Information

  • America's Career InfoNet
    This site provides data on wages and employment by state. Data compiled from state and federal sources. In addition, the site provides basic information (address, phone, industry) on over 10 million public and private sector employers in the United States.
  • Analyst Resource Center
    Includes projections of employment by occupation or state. ARC is funded by the Department of Labor and administered by a consortia of states.
  • Dictionary of Occupational Titles
  • Cornell University Digital Commons@ILR: Federal Publications
  • Employment Law
  • freeERISA.com
    "The Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) requires U.S. employers to file annual reports on their employee pension plans and health/welfare plans with the Department of Labor and the Internal Revenue Service." Use this service to find and view 5500 filings, 11k filings, public pension funds and terminating pension plans. The site also provides access to a list of collective bargaining agreements, a register of labor unions, and other information. This free service requires registration for use.
  • Labor Contracts Database
    This database from the Institute of Industrial Relations, University of California Berkeley, is an "One-stop public on-line clearinghouse for cataloged and digitized complete text of union contracts". The database is not searchable yet. It can be browsed by state, union, or represented occupations.
  • O*NET, the Occupational Information Network
    A "comprehensive database system for collecting, organizing, describing and disseminating data on job characteristics and worker attributes. O*NET replaces the outmoded Dictionary of Occupational Titles (DOT)". The database includes a search for occupations by keyword or job family. The search results include a snapshot of an occupation with links to detailed information on the characteristics of an occupation, the necessary skills, experience and education, the job outlook and wages, and other information. You can also search for occupations by skills that a person has or plans to acquire and find the occupations that best match those skills.
  • Salary Expert
    Providing salary, bonus, cost-of-living, and benefits data for over 31,000 jobs in over 45,000 U.S. and Canadian cities.
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