United States Current Population Survey: Employment Population Ratio

United States Emp Population Ratio: Age 25 & Over: Bachelor's Degree & Higher

1992 - 2018 | Monthly | Unit | Bureau of Labor Statistics

United States’s Emp Population Ratio: Age 25 & Over: Bachelor's Degree & Higher data was reported at 72.200 Unit in Nov 2018. This stayed constant from the previous number of 72.200 Unit for Oct 2018. United States’s Emp Population Ratio: Age 25 & Over: Bachelor's Degree & Higher data is updated monthly, averaging 76.200 Unit from Jan 1992 to Nov 2018, with 323 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 79.800 Unit in Oct 1994 and a record low of 71.300 Unit in Aug 2016. United States’s Emp Population Ratio: Age 25 & Over: Bachelor's Degree & Higher data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is categorized under Global Database’s United States – Table US.G015: Current Population Survey: Employment Population Ratio.

Last

72.80

Apr 2018
Previous

73.00

Mar 2018
Min

71.30

Aug 2016
Max

79.80

Oct 1994
Unit

Unit

Frequency

monthly

Range

Jan 1992 - Apr 2018

Updated on 04 May 2018
Last Previous Frequency Range

72.80

Unit Apr 2018

73.00

Unit Mar 2018

monthly

Jan 1992 - Apr 2018

Updated on 04 May 2018

View United States's Emp Population Ratio: Age 25 & Over: Bachelor's Degree & Higher from Jan 1992 to Apr 2018 in the chart:

United States Emp Population Ratio: Age 25 & Over: High School Graduate

1992 - 2018 | Monthly | Unit | Bureau of Labor Statistics

United States’s Emp Population Ratio: Age 25 & Over: High School Graduate data was reported at 55.800 Unit in Nov 2018. This records an increase from the previous number of 55.600 Unit for Oct 2018. United States’s Emp Population Ratio: Age 25 & Over: High School Graduate data is updated monthly, averaging 60.200 Unit from Jan 1992 to Nov 2018, with 323 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 63.500 Unit in Nov 1997 and a record low of 53.100 Unit in Feb 2013. United States’s Emp Population Ratio: Age 25 & Over: High School Graduate data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is categorized under Global Database’s United States – Table US.G015: Current Population Survey: Employment Population Ratio.

Last

54.70

Apr 2018
Previous

54.60

Mar 2018
Min

53.10

Feb 2013
Max

63.50

Nov 1997
Unit

Unit

Frequency

monthly

Range

Jan 1992 - Apr 2018

Updated on 04 May 2018
Last Previous Frequency Range

54.70

Unit Apr 2018

54.60

Unit Mar 2018

monthly

Jan 1992 - Apr 2018

Updated on 04 May 2018

View United States's Emp Population Ratio: Age 25 & Over: High School Graduate from Jan 1992 to Apr 2018 in the chart:

United States Emp Population Ratio: Age 25 & Over: Less Than High School Diploma

1992 - 2018 | Monthly | Unit | Bureau of Labor Statistics

United States’s Emp Population Ratio: Age 25 & Over: Less Than High School Diploma data was reported at 44.400 Unit in Nov 2018. This records a decrease from the previous number of 44.500 Unit for Oct 2018. United States’s Emp Population Ratio: Age 25 & Over: Less Than High School Diploma data is updated monthly, averaging 40.400 Unit from Jan 1992 to Nov 2018, with 323 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 44.500 Unit in Oct 2018 and a record low of 34.600 Unit in Jan 1993. United States’s Emp Population Ratio: Age 25 & Over: Less Than High School Diploma data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is categorized under Global Database’s United States – Table US.G015: Current Population Survey: Employment Population Ratio.

Last

43.90

Apr 2018
Previous

42.50

Mar 2018
Min

34.60

Jan 1993
Max

44.20

May 2007
Unit

Unit

Frequency

monthly

Range

Jan 1992 - Apr 2018

Updated on 04 May 2018
Last Previous Frequency Range

43.90

Unit Apr 2018

42.50

Unit Mar 2018

monthly

Jan 1992 - Apr 2018

Updated on 04 May 2018

View United States's Emp Population Ratio: Age 25 & Over: Less Than High School Diploma from Jan 1992 to Apr 2018 in the chart:

United States Emp Population Ratio: Age 25 & Over: Some College But No Degree

1992 - 2018 | Monthly | Unit | Bureau of Labor Statistics

United States’s Emp Population Ratio: Age 25 & Over: Some College But No Degree data was reported at 63.800 Unit in Oct 2018. This records an increase from the previous number of 63.100 Unit for Sep 2018. United States’s Emp Population Ratio: Age 25 & Over: Some College But No Degree data is updated monthly, averaging 69.400 Unit from Jan 1992 to Oct 2018, with 322 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 73.000 Unit in Nov 1998 and a record low of 62.500 Unit in Aug 2018. United States’s Emp Population Ratio: Age 25 & Over: Some College But No Degree data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is categorized under Global Database’s United States – Table US.G015: Current Population Survey: Employment Population Ratio.

Last

63.50

Apr 2018
Previous

63.10

Mar 2018
Min

62.70

Aug 2017
Max

73.00

Nov 1998
Unit

Unit

Frequency

monthly

Range

Jan 1992 - Apr 2018

Updated on 04 May 2018
Last Previous Frequency Range

63.50

Unit Apr 2018

63.10

Unit Mar 2018

monthly

Jan 1992 - Apr 2018

Updated on 04 May 2018

View United States's Emp Population Ratio: Age 25 & Over: Some College But No Degree from Jan 1992 to Apr 2018 in the chart:

United States Emp Population Ratio: Age 25 & Over: Some College or Assoc Degree

1992 - 2018 | Monthly | Unit | Bureau of Labor Statistics

United States’s Emp Population Ratio: Age 25 & Over: Some College or Assoc Degree data was reported at 61.000 Unit in Oct 2018. This records an increase from the previous number of 60.600 Unit for Sep 2018. United States’s Emp Population Ratio: Age 25 & Over: Some College or Assoc Degree data is updated monthly, averaging 67.300 Unit from Jan 1992 to Oct 2018, with 322 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 71.000 Unit in Oct 1996 and a record low of 59.700 Unit in Feb 2014. United States’s Emp Population Ratio: Age 25 & Over: Some College or Assoc Degree data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is categorized under Global Database’s United States – Table US.G015: Current Population Survey: Employment Population Ratio.

Last

60.80

Apr 2018
Previous

60.20

Mar 2018
Min

59.70

Feb 2014
Max

71.00

Oct 1996
Unit

Unit

Frequency

monthly

Range

Jan 1992 - Apr 2018

Updated on 04 May 2018
Last Previous Frequency Range

60.80

Unit Apr 2018

60.20

Unit Mar 2018

monthly

Jan 1992 - Apr 2018

Updated on 04 May 2018

View United States's Emp Population Ratio: Age 25 & Over: Some College or Assoc Degree from Jan 1992 to Apr 2018 in the chart:

United States Emp Population Ratio: Male: Age 25 & Over: Bachelor's Deg & Higher

1992 - 2018 | Monthly | Unit | Bureau of Labor Statistics

United States’s Emp Population Ratio: Male: Age 25 & Over: Bachelor's Deg & Higher data was reported at 76.000 Unit in Nov 2018. This records an increase from the previous number of 75.800 Unit for Oct 2018. United States’s Emp Population Ratio: Male: Age 25 & Over: Bachelor's Deg & Higher data is updated monthly, averaging 80.900 Unit from Jan 1992 to Nov 2018, with 323 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 84.900 Unit in Dec 1994 and a record low of 75.800 Unit in Oct 2018. United States’s Emp Population Ratio: Male: Age 25 & Over: Bachelor's Deg & Higher data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is categorized under Global Database’s United States – Table US.G015: Current Population Survey: Employment Population Ratio.

Last

76.90

Apr 2018
Previous

77.00

Mar 2018
Min

76.00

Aug 2017
Max

84.90

Dec 1994
Unit

Unit

Frequency

monthly

Range

Jan 1992 - Apr 2018

Updated on 04 May 2018
Last Previous Frequency Range

76.90

Unit Apr 2018

77.00

Unit Mar 2018

monthly

Jan 1992 - Apr 2018

Updated on 04 May 2018

View United States's Emp Population Ratio: Male: Age 25 & Over: Bachelor's Deg & Higher from Jan 1992 to Apr 2018 in the chart:

United States Emp Population Ratio: Male: Age 25 & Over: High School Graduate

1992 - 2018 | Monthly | Unit | Bureau of Labor Statistics

United States’s Emp Population Ratio: Male: Age 25 & Over: High School Graduate data was reported at 65.200 Unit in Nov 2018. This records a decrease from the previous number of 65.400 Unit for Oct 2018. United States’s Emp Population Ratio: Male: Age 25 & Over: High School Graduate data is updated monthly, averaging 69.900 Unit from Jan 1992 to Nov 2018, with 323 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 74.200 Unit in Nov 1997 and a record low of 62.000 Unit in Feb 2013. United States’s Emp Population Ratio: Male: Age 25 & Over: High School Graduate data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is categorized under Global Database’s United States – Table US.G015: Current Population Survey: Employment Population Ratio.

Last

64.80

Apr 2018
Previous

64.30

Mar 2018
Min

62.00

Feb 2013
Max

74.20

Nov 1997
Unit

Unit

Frequency

monthly

Range

Jan 1992 - Apr 2018

Updated on 04 May 2018
Last Previous Frequency Range

64.80

Unit Apr 2018

64.30

Unit Mar 2018

monthly

Jan 1992 - Apr 2018

Updated on 04 May 2018

View United States's Emp Population Ratio: Male: Age 25 & Over: High School Graduate from Jan 1992 to Apr 2018 in the chart:

United States Emp Population Ratio: Male: Age 25 & Over: Less Than HS Diploma

1992 - 2018 | Monthly | Unit | Bureau of Labor Statistics

United States’s Emp Population Ratio: Male: Age 25 & Over: Less Than HS Diploma data was reported at 56.300 Unit in Nov 2018. This records a decrease from the previous number of 57.300 Unit for Oct 2018. United States’s Emp Population Ratio: Male: Age 25 & Over: Less Than HS Diploma data is updated monthly, averaging 52.300 Unit from Jan 1992 to Nov 2018, with 323 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 57.800 Unit in Aug 2007 and a record low of 45.900 Unit in Feb 1994. United States’s Emp Population Ratio: Male: Age 25 & Over: Less Than HS Diploma data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is categorized under Global Database’s United States – Table US.G015: Current Population Survey: Employment Population Ratio.

Last

56.40

Apr 2018
Previous

54.80

Mar 2018
Min

45.90

Feb 1994
Max

57.80

Aug 2007
Unit

Unit

Frequency

monthly

Range

Jan 1992 - Apr 2018

Updated on 04 May 2018
Last Previous Frequency Range

56.40

Unit Apr 2018

54.80

Unit Mar 2018

monthly

Jan 1992 - Apr 2018

Updated on 04 May 2018

View United States's Emp Population Ratio: Male: Age 25 & Over: Less Than HS Diploma from Jan 1992 to Apr 2018 in the chart:

United States Emp Population Ratio: Male: Age 25 & Over: Some College But No Deg

1992 - 2018 | Monthly | Unit | Bureau of Labor Statistics

United States’s Emp Population Ratio: Male: Age 25 & Over: Some College But No Deg data was reported at 68.500 Unit in Nov 2018. This records a decrease from the previous number of 68.600 Unit for Oct 2018. United States’s Emp Population Ratio: Male: Age 25 & Over: Some College But No Deg data is updated monthly, averaging 74.100 Unit from Jan 1992 to Nov 2018, with 323 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 78.600 Unit in Aug 1997 and a record low of 65.000 Unit in Jan 2011. United States’s Emp Population Ratio: Male: Age 25 & Over: Some College But No Deg data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is categorized under Global Database’s United States – Table US.G015: Current Population Survey: Employment Population Ratio.

Last

67.70

Apr 2018
Previous

67.30

Mar 2018
Min

65.00

Jan 2011
Max

78.60

Aug 1997
Unit

Unit

Frequency

monthly

Range

Jan 1992 - Apr 2018

Updated on 04 May 2018
Last Previous Frequency Range

67.70

Unit Apr 2018

67.30

Unit Mar 2018

monthly

Jan 1992 - Apr 2018

Updated on 04 May 2018

View United States's Emp Population Ratio: Male: Age 25 & Over: Some College But No Deg from Jan 1992 to Apr 2018 in the chart:

United States Emp Population Ratio: sa: Age 25 & Over: Bachelor's Degree & Higher

1992 - 2018 | Monthly | Unit | Bureau of Labor Statistics

United States’s Emp Population Ratio: sa: Age 25 & Over: Bachelor's Degree & Higher data was reported at 72.100 Unit in Nov 2018. This records an increase from the previous number of 71.900 Unit for Oct 2018. United States’s Emp Population Ratio: sa: Age 25 & Over: Bachelor's Degree & Higher data is updated monthly, averaging 76.100 Unit from Jan 1992 to Nov 2018, with 323 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 79.500 Unit in Sep 1994 and a record low of 71.800 Unit in Jul 2018. United States’s Emp Population Ratio: sa: Age 25 & Over: Bachelor's Degree & Higher data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is categorized under Global Database’s United States – Table US.G015: Current Population Survey: Employment Population Ratio.

Last

72.60

Apr 2018
Previous

72.60

Mar 2018
Min

71.80

Jan 2018
Max

79.50

Sep 1994
Unit

Unit

Frequency

monthly

Range

Jan 1992 - Apr 2018

Updated on 04 May 2018
Last Previous Frequency Range

72.60

Unit Apr 2018

72.60

Unit Mar 2018

monthly

Jan 1992 - Apr 2018

Updated on 04 May 2018

View United States's Emp Population Ratio: sa: Age 25 & Over: Bachelor's Degree & Higher from Jan 1992 to Apr 2018 in the chart:

Emp Population Ratio: Age 25 & Over: Bachelor's Degree & Higher
Emp Population Ratio: Age 25 & Over: High School Graduate
Emp Population Ratio: Age 25 & Over: Less Than High School Diploma
Emp Population Ratio: Age 25 & Over: Some College But No Degree
Emp Population Ratio: Age 25 & Over: Some College or Assoc Degree
Emp Population Ratio: Male: Age 25 & Over: Bachelor's Deg & Higher
Emp Population Ratio: Male: Age 25 & Over: High School Graduate
Emp Population Ratio: Male: Age 25 & Over: Less Than HS Diploma
Emp Population Ratio: Male: Age 25 & Over: Some College But No Deg
Emp Population Ratio: sa: Age 25 & Over: Bachelor's Degree & Higher
Emp Population Ratio: sa: Age 25 & Over: High School Graduate
Emp Population Ratio: sa: Age 25 & Over: Less Than HS Diploma
Emp Population Ratio: sa: Age 25 & Over: Some College But No Degree
Empl Population Ratio: Age 25 & Over: Associate Degree
Employment Population Ratio
Employment Population Ratio: Age 16 to 17
Employment Population Ratio: Age 16 to 19
Employment Population Ratio: Age 16 to 24
Employment Population Ratio: Age 18 & Over
Employment Population Ratio: Age 18 to 19
Employment Population Ratio: Age 20 & Over
Employment Population Ratio: Age 20 to 24
Employment Population Ratio: Age 25 & Over
Employment Population Ratio: Age 25 to 29
Employment Population Ratio: Age 25 to 34
Employment Population Ratio: Age 25 to 54
Employment Population Ratio: Age 30 to 34
Employment Population Ratio: Age 35 to 39
Employment Population Ratio: Age 35 to 44
Employment Population Ratio: Age 40 to 44
Employment Population Ratio: Age 45 to 49
Employment Population Ratio: Age 45 to 54
Employment Population Ratio: Age 50 to 54
Employment Population Ratio: Age 55 & Over
Employment Population Ratio: Age 55 to 59
Employment Population Ratio: Age 55 to 64
Employment Population Ratio: Age 60 to 64
Employment Population Ratio: Age 65 & Over
Employment Population Ratio: Age 65 to 69
Employment Population Ratio: Age 70 to 74
Employment Population Ratio: Age 75 & Over
Employment Population Ratio: Female
Employment Population Ratio: Female: Age 16 to 17
Employment Population Ratio: Female: Age 16 to 24
Employment Population Ratio: Female: Age 18 & Over
Employment Population Ratio: Female: Age 18 to 19
Employment Population Ratio: Female: Age 20 & Over
Employment Population Ratio: Female: Age 20 to 24
Employment Population Ratio: Female: Age 25 to 29
Employment Population Ratio: Female: Age 25 to 34
Employment Population Ratio: Female: Age 25 to 54
Employment Population Ratio: Female: Age 30 to 34
Employment Population Ratio: Female: Age 35 to 39
Employment Population Ratio: Female: Age 35 to 44
Employment Population Ratio: Female: Age 40 to 44
Employment Population Ratio: Female: Age 45 to 49
Employment Population Ratio: Female: Age 45 to 54
Employment Population Ratio: Female: Age 50 to 54
Employment Population Ratio: Female: Age 55 & Over
Employment Population Ratio: Female: Age 55 to 59
Employment Population Ratio: Female: Age 55 to 64
Employment Population Ratio: Female: Age 60 to 64
Employment Population Ratio: Female: Age 65 & Over
Employment Population Ratio: Female: Age 65 to 69
Employment Population Ratio: Female: Age 70 to 74
Employment Population Ratio: Female: Age 75 & Over
Employment Population Ratio: Male
Employment Population Ratio: Male: Age 16 to 17
Employment Population Ratio: Male: Age 16 to 24
Employment Population Ratio: Male: Age 18 & Over
Employment Population Ratio: Male: Age 18 to 19
Employment Population Ratio: Male: Age 20 & Over
Employment Population Ratio: Male: Age 20 to 24
Employment Population Ratio: Male: Age 25 to 29
Employment Population Ratio: Male: Age 25 to 34
Employment Population Ratio: Male: Age 25 to 54
Employment Population Ratio: Male: Age 30 to 34
Employment Population Ratio: Male: Age 35 to 39
Employment Population Ratio: Male: Age 35 to 44
Employment Population Ratio: Male: Age 40 to 44
Employment Population Ratio: Male: Age 45 to 49
Employment Population Ratio: Male: Age 45 to 54
Employment Population Ratio: Male: Age 50 to 54
Employment Population Ratio: Male: Age 55 & Over
Employment Population Ratio: Male: Age 55 to 59
Employment Population Ratio: Male: Age 55 to 64
Employment Population Ratio: Male: Age 60 to 64
Employment Population Ratio: Male: Age 65 & Over
Employment Population Ratio: Male: Age 65 to 69
Employment Population Ratio: Male: Age 70 to 74
Employment Population Ratio: Male: Age 75 & Over
Employment Population Ratio: sa
Employment Population Ratio: sa: Age 16 to 19
Employment Population Ratio: sa: Female
Employment Population Ratio: sa: Female: Age 20 & Over
Employment Population Ratio: sa: Male
Employment Population Ratio: sa: Male: Age 20 & Over
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