Lecture: Economic and Labor Market Information Bureau
New Hampshire Employment Security’s Economic and Labor Market Information Bureau (ELMIB) and like units in state employment security agencies nationwide gather data on employment and wages in their states from employers covered by unemployment compensation. State employment security agencies and the U.S. Census Bureau also use surveys of employers and of households to gather sample data about LMI components such as employment, earnings and hours, occupations by industry, and labor force status.
Popular links on the ELMI Website
NH Community Profiles
New Hampshire Community Profiles provides information on the 234 incorporated cities and towns in the State of New Hampshire. Data presented here comes from a variety of sources, including community response, published reports, and maps. All information regarding the communities is from sources deemed reliable and is submitted subject to errors, omissions, modifications, and withdrawals without notice. No warranty or representation is made as to the accuracy of the information contained herein. Specific questions regarding individual cities and towns should be directed to the community contact. City & Town Index
New Hampshire Economic Conditions
A monthly publication which highlights economic developments affecting the state.
New Hampshire’s Manufacturing Sector
New Hampshire Occupational Employment and Wages contains wage and employment estimates for roughly 600 occupations in New Hampshire. Data tables include job title, SOC (Standard Occupational Classification) code, estimated employment, entry level wage, mean (average) wage, median wage, and experienced wage. Our latest print publication contains data from May 2019 – aged to June 2020.
GraniteStats – A New Gateway for Labor Market Information
A new application featuring workforce and economic data has been released. The new application provides easy access to a variety of labor market, economic, and demographic data for New Hampshire.