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Average Wage Lookup - Quickly find Maine average annual and hourly wages by selected occupation
County Profiles - Annual population, income, poverty, education, labor force, occupational employment, and industry employment data by county
Demographics of Employment and Unemployment - Annual data derived from the Current Population Survey (CPS) includes labor force participation by gender, labor force by industry, labor force by occupation, population, educational attainment, veterans, hours worked by gender and age, full/part-time status by gender and age, reasons for working part-time by gender, reason for unemployment by gender, duration of unemployment by gender, agricultural/non-agricultural/self-employed by gender, distribution by industry and gender, distribution by occupation and gender, and alternative measures of labor underutilization.
Employer Locator - Search for Maine employers by occupation, industry, or employer name (information provided by Infogroup®, Omaha, NE, 800/555-5211)
Employment Outcomes for Maine’s Public Post-Secondary Graduates - Links the records of University of Maine System and Maine Community College System students with their corresponding available unemployment insurance wage records. The data is available by credential, area of study and school. The data system serves as a platform for understanding what happens to cohorts of college graduates once they leave school and as they progress through the workforce.
High-Wage, In-Demand Jobs in Maine by Education - CWRI has highlighted a number of jobs considered "in-demand" by expected job growth or employment opportunities from job openings
Hours and Earnings - Monthly average weekly earnings, average weekly hours, and average hourly earnings by industry from the nonfarm payroll job estimates.
Industry Employment (monthly) - Statewide and county monthly employment by industry with over-the-year change
Industry Employment and Wages - Annual and quarterly statewide, county, labor market area, city/town, and local workforce investment board establishments, average employment, total wages, and average weekly wage by industry
Job Outlook - Maine 2012-2022 employment projections detailing growing/declining occupations and industries and high-wage in-demand jobs
Job Vacancy Survey - Annual survey of private firms on information about hiring demand provides a unique snapshot of the recent job market: the number and types of jobs available and their characteristics.
Net Job Change in Maine for the Last 7 Recessions - Net payroll job change from start of recession by months to full recovery
Nonfarm Payroll Job Estimates by Industry - Monthly payroll employment estimates
Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - Annual and hourly wages by estimated employment
Top Private Employers in Maine by Average Monthly Employment - Top 50 private employers statewide and top 25 private employers by county
Unemployment Insurance Claims and Trust Fund Balance - Weekly unemployment insurance claims, and disbursements and revenues under the Maine unemployment insurance program
Unemployment Rates by County (Map) - Monthly unemployment rates and one-year change
Unemployment Rates by Proximity (Map) - Annual population and labor force estimates within a user defined radius around a specified city/town.
Unemployment Rates for all States and the New England Region (Map) - Monthly unemployment rates, labor force participation rates, employment to population ratios, and over-the-year change in unemployment rates
Unemployment Rates for Maine and the United States - Monthly unemployment rates, civilian labor force, employment, unemployment, labor force participation rates, and employment to population ratios
Unemployment Rates for Maine Counties, City/Towns, Labor Market Areas - Monthly and annual unemployment rates, civilian labor force, employment, unemployment
Which Industries are Growing in Maine? - Percent employment change by industry over time
Workers with Disabilities - 2014 update by age, county, disability type, education, labor force, full-time/part-time, earnings from work, poverty, health insurance, SSA program, SSDI recipients, job seekers, MDOL rehab services, and MaineCare.