For additional information concerning the Occupational
Employment Statistics (OES) Survey, contact an OES staff member at:
- Email: Contact
- Telephone number: 202-691-6569
- Fax number: 202-691-6444
- Mail address: Office of Employment and Unemployment Statistics,
Occupational Employment Statistics, Suite 2135, 2 Massachusetts Avenue,
NE, Washington DC 20212-0001
Obtaining OES Estimates in Electronic Format
Two types of OES estimates can be downloaded directly from this website
in Excel (XLS) format:
- Occupational employment and wage estimates by geographic area
(national, state, metropolitan, and nonmetropolitan area)
- National Occupational employment and wage estimates by industry
(sector, 3-, 4-, and selected 5- and 6-digit North American Industry
Classification System levels)
Download Occupational Employment and Wage
In addition to the estimates that can be downloaded directly from this
website, historical OES estimates are available upon request through the
contact information above. Historical OES estimates consist of the 1988 to
1995 national occupational employment and wage data by industry, for most
industries at the 2- and 3-digit Standard Industrial Classification (SIC)
levels. Estimates for 1988 - 1995 contain only employment data. Between
1988 and 1995 covered industries were surveyed once in a three-year cycle.
The OES program now surveys all covered industries each year.
Note: 1996 estimates are not available.
OES State Employment and Wage Estimates
Occupational Employment Statistics estimates, by occupation and by
industry, for individual states are available from the states' Labor
Market Information (LMI) or Research, Analysis, and Statistics offices
which are part of their State Employment Security Agencies (SESAs).
Availability, format and medium of the data varies by state. To obtain OES
estimates for a particular state, please contact the appropriate office on
the State Contact List.
North American Industrial Classification System
In order to classify occupations by industry, the OES survey uses the
North American Industry Classification System (NAICS). See the NAICS Division
Structure for more information about the NAICS system.
Last Modified Date: June 10, 2016