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Annual Averages

"Annual Averages" is a compilation of Labor Force and Industry level employment data published every ten years by the Labor Market Information Department of the Mississippi Department of Employment Security. The report provides amounts for the state, counties, Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs), and other areas. The Mississippi Department of Archives and History has electronic (PDF) copies of the reports dating from 1990. Related records can be found in Series 2744: Labor Force Data, 2001-2011.


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Annual Report

The Mississippi Department of Employment Security was created to help Mississippians get jobs by operating WIN Job centers that match prospective employees with employers and help Mississippi businesses develop a highly skilled labor force. The Department also administers the state unemployment benefits program. The annual report (July 1 -June 30) highlights the programs and services the agency provides to the state. The Department of Archives and History has paper copies of the report from 1975 to 1994 and electronic (PDF) reports dating from 2011.


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Covered Employment & Wages

"Covered Employment & Wages" is an annual report that is prepared by the Labor Market Information Department of the Mississippi Department of Employment Security. It contains employment and wage data compiled from reports submitted by employers who are subject to coverage under the Mississippi Employment Security Law. The information is published for the state, counties, and Workforce Development Areas (WDAs), except where confidentiality prevents release of such data. The Mississippi Department of Archives and History has paper copies of many of the reports between 1949 and 1992 (331.112/M69) and electronic (PDF) copies dating from 2004.


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Labor Market Information for Affirmative Action Programs

"Labor Market Information for Affirmative Action Programs" is prepared annually by the Labor Market Information Department of the Mississippi Department of Employment Security. The report consists of annual average labor force data with estimated race and gender breakouts; also included are the latest available population estimates by race and gender. The report is published to help employers prepare and implement federal affirmative action plans. The Mississippi Department of Archives and History has electronic (PDF) copies dating from 2003.


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Mississippi's Business Population

"Mississippi's Business Population" was published by the Labor Market Information Department of the Mississippi Department of Employment Security from 1960 through 2011. The report provides business population data for Mississippi by industry and by county for firms covered under the Mississippi Employment Security Law. The data consists of vital statistics for state businesses, including business births and deaths by industry division, type of organization, length of life, and change of ownership. The Mississippi Department of Archives and History has paper copies of many of the reports between 1960 and 1975 (330.9762/M69m) and electronic (PDF) versions of the report for 2000-2011.


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Occupational Employment & Wages

The Occupational Employment & Wages program of the Labor Market Information Department at the Mississippi Department of Employment Security publishes annual estimates of occupational wage statistics from surveys of a random sample of employers. The report includes types of occupations, the number of individuals employed in those occupations, and the salary ranges (average, median, and experienced) paid by the employers. Estimates are published for the state, Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs), and Workforce Development Areas (WDAs). The Mississippi Department of Archives and History has electronic (PDF) copies dating from 2011.


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Occupations in Demand

In 2018, the Labor Market Information Department of the Mississippi Department of Employment Security, funded by a grant from the U.S. Department of Labor's Employment and Training Administration, published reports on "Occupations in Demand" at the state and Workforce Development Area (WDA) levels. The reports provide an analysis of annual demand, which includes both new and replacement workers, to highlight occupations with the highest need for workers. Tables show selected occupations sorted by annual demand, by average wages paid, and by job zone. The Mississippi Department of Archives and History has electronic (PDF) copies of the state and Delta, Mississippi Partnership, Southcentral Mississippi Works, and Twin Districts WDAs' 2018 reports.


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Reflections

The Labor Market Information Department of the Mississippi Department of Employment Security publishes "Reflections" annually as a resource for Workforce Development Boards at the state, county, Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA), and Workforce Development Area (WDA) levels. The report is an in-depth publication of Mississippi's economy focusing on population, labor force, employment by industry, per capita income, and sales tax revenue. The Mississippi Department of Archives and History has electronic (PDF) copies dating from 2007.