Washington State, metropolitan statistical areas (MSA) and nonmetropolitan areas (NMA), 2019
OES is a program of the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). This federal-state cooperative program produces employment and wage estimates for nearly 840 occupations. The occupational employment and wage estimates are based on data collected from the OES survey. The survey includes employment counts, occupations and wages from more than 4,800 Washington state employers. Data from six survey panels are combined to create a sample size of more than 29,300 employers. Blanks in the data columns indicate suppressed data.
Historical resident Labor Force and Employment, not seasonally adjusted
Index of Washington state and labor market areas, 1990-2020
Source: Employment Security Department/LMEA; U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Local Area Unemployment Statistics
Date: April 5, 2020
Benchmark: March 2019
This interactive map from the Washington State Broadband Office, Department of Commerce, displays broadband download and upload speeds (maximum and average) by location, based on 1-minute tests conducted by residents. The map is intended to identify gaps in high-speed internet service and broadband infrastructure. The COVID-19 pandemic required many residents to work or study from home, and heightened public attention on the internet service needed to support such activities.