Integrating green Revenue data from one BLS survey--the Green Goods and Services (GGS) survey--with Occupational staffing patterns From another BLS survey--the Occupational Employment Statistics (OES) Survey--the GGS-OCC survey provides Information on occupational employment And earnings in GGS industries.
What does OES stand for?
OES stands for Occupational Employment Statistics
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We have 154 other meanings of OES in our Acronym Attic
- Oregon Emergency Response Team
- Organization of Senegal River States (Mauritania, Senegal, Guinea)
- Officer Evaluation Report Support Form (US Army)
- Organisation Européenne de Recherche sur le Traitement du Cancer
- OECS (Organization of Eastern Caribbean States) Education Reform Unit
- Open Education Resource Universitas (New Zealand)
- Outreach Enrollment Retention and Utilization (California)
- Old English Runic (linguistics)
- Open-Ended Rectangular Waveguide
- Outstanding and Exceptional Resource Waters (Wisconsin)
- Occupational Exposure Standard
- Oceanic Engineering Society
- Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs (Department of State bureau)
- Office Equipment Services (Naperville, IL)
- Office of Earth Science (NASA)
- Office of Education Services
- Office of Emergency Services
- Office of Employee Services
- Office of Employment Security (US government)
- Office of Engineering Services
Samples in periodicals archive:
Median annual wage data in the table are from the BLS Occupational Employment Statistics (OES) program.
The RN data from BLS Occupational Employment Statistics (OES) differs from the National Sample Survey of Registered Nurses (NSSRN--http://datawarehouse.
ELMIB divided the state in 16 wage areas based state labor market information as well as on Census 2000 commuting data, representing the first time New Hampshire Occupational Employment Statistics have been published using these area definitions.
14) BLS Occupational Employment Statistics for 2000 and for November 2003 show that the change in the total employment for registered and licensed nurses is very close to the change in the total employment for nursing aides and related jobs over this time period (BLS, 2001 and BLS, 2004d).
The employment and wage data were taken from the Occupational Employment Statistics Survey, while the injuries and illnesses data were taken from the Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses.
The EDD's Occupational Employment Statistics survey collects data for more than 700 occupations in 74 industry groups, including private, public and nonprofit employers.
The United States (US) Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) and Occupational Employment Statistics (OES) reported that medical inflation has increased, on average by 5% per year, over the past nine years.