Business Employment Dynamics Data by Size of Change

Approximately one-third of gross job gains and gross job losses originate from a large number of establishments that are changing their employment level by 1-4 employees. In addition, approximately one third of gross job gains and gross job losses originate from a relatively few number of establishments that are changing their employment by 20 or more jobs. To view data tables or charts for a particular size of change group, click on one of the links below. Or, to download a file of all the data click here:
Flat file containing all Establishment Size of Change Data
Flat file format
Series Id definition

For a discussion of the initial release of these new data, see Summary of Business Employment Dynamics Data by Size of Change, December 2007.

NEW Data for June 2013 are now available from the links below.

Size of Change 1 (1 Job)

Size of Change 2 (2 Jobs)

Size of Change 3 (3 Jobs)

Size of Change 4 (4 Jobs)

Size of Change 5 (5 Jobs)

Size of Change 6 (6 Jobs)

Size of Change 7 (7 Jobs)

Size of Change 8 (8 Jobs)

Size of Change 9 (9 Jobs)

Size of Change 10 (10 Jobs)

Size of Change 11 (11-14 Jobs)

Size of Change 12 (15-19 Jobs)

Size of Change 13 (20-24 Jobs)

Size of Change 14 (25-29 Jobs)

Size of Change 15 (30-39 Jobs)

Size of Change 16 (40-49 Jobs)

Size of Change 17 (50-74 Jobs)

Size of Change 18 (75-99 Jobs)

Size of Change 19 (100 or more Jobs)

Size of Change 20 (1-4 Jobs)

Size of Change 21 (5-19 Jobs)

Size of Change 22 (20 or more Jobs)

 

Last Modified Date: January 29, 2014