Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey (JOLTS) [jt]

The Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey program provides national estimates of rates and levels for job openings, hires, and total separations. Total separations are further broken out into quits, layoffs and discharges, and other separations.

Updated on DBnomics on November 18, 2022 (2:40 AM)

Area [area]
Data Element [dataelement]
Industry [industry]
Rate / Level [ratelevel]
Seasonal [seasonal]
Size Class [sizeclass]
State [state]

Dataset has 1,984 series. Add search filters to narrow them.

Dimension codes and labels
[area] Area
  • [00000] All areas
[dataelement] Data Element
  • [HI] Hires
  • [JO] Job openings
  • [LD] Layoffs and discharges
  • [OS] Other separations
  • [QU] Quits
  • [TS] Total separations
  • [UO] Unemployed persons per job opening ratio
[industry] Industry
  • [000000] Total nonfarm
  • [100000] Total private
  • [110099] Mining and logging
  • [230000] Construction
  • [300000] Manufacturing
  • [320000] Durable goods manufacturing
  • [340000] Nondurable goods manufacturing
  • [400000] Trade, transportation, and utilities
  • [420000] Wholesale trade
  • [440000] Retail trade
  • [480099] Transportation, warehousing, and utilities
  • [510000] Information
  • [510099] Financial activities
  • [520000] Finance and insurance
  • [530000] Real estate and rental and leasing
  • [540099] Professional and business services
  • [600000] Education and health services
  • [610000] Educational services
  • [620000] Health care and social assistance
  • [700000] Leisure and hospitality
  • [710000] Arts, entertainment, and recreation
  • [720000] Accommodation and food services
  • [810000] Other services
  • [900000] Government
  • [910000] Federal
  • [920000] State and local
  • [923000] State and local government education
  • [929000] State and local government, excluding education
[ratelevel] Rate / Level
  • [L] Level - In Thousands
  • [R] Rate
[seasonal] Seasonal
  • [S] Seasonally Adjusted
  • [U] Not Seasonally Adjusted
[sizeclass] Size Class
  • [00] All size classes
  • [01] 1 to 9 employees
  • [02] 10 to 49 employees
  • [03] 50 to 249 employees
  • [04] 250 to 999 employees
  • [05] 1,000 to 4,999 employees
  • [06] 5,000 or more employees
[state] State
  • [00] Total US
  • [01] Alabama
  • [02] Alaska
  • [04] Arizona
  • [05] Arkansas
  • [06] California
  • [08] Colorado
  • [09] Connecticut
  • [10] Delaware
  • [11] District of Columbia
  • [12] Florida
  • [13] Georgia
  • [15] Hawaii
  • [16] Idaho
  • [17] Illinois
  • [18] Indiana
  • [19] Iowa
  • [20] Kansas
  • [21] Kentucky
  • [22] Louisiana
  • [23] Maine
  • [24] Maryland
  • [25] Massachusetts
  • [26] Michigan
  • [27] Minnesota
  • [28] Mississippi
  • [29] Missouri
  • [30] Montana
  • [31] Nebraska
  • [32] Nevada
  • [33] New Hampshire
  • [34] New Jersey
  • [35] New Mexico
  • [36] New York
  • [37] North Carolina
  • [38] North Dakota
  • [39] Ohio
  • [40] Oklahoma
  • [41] Oregon
  • [42] Pennsylvania
  • [44] Rhode Island
  • [45] South Carolina
  • [46] South Dakota
  • [47] Tennessee
  • [48] Texas
  • [49] Utah
  • [50] Vermont
  • [51] Virginia
  • [53] Washington
  • [54] West Virginia
  • [55] Wisconsin
  • [56] Wyoming
  • [MW] Midwest region
  • [NE] Northeast region
  • [SO] South region
  • [WE] West region
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