Below is a guide for students, teachers, and researchers who are new to The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)
Below you will find a more straight forward thing as you navigate the Bureau of Labor Statistics site for Data. You can find direct access if you want to explore yourself, HERE
2.) Series Report - A Series report requires a "series ID" for specific indicators. You can find the "series ID" formats for the indicators you want, HERE.
3.) Top Picks - These are the most popular indicators researchers and students access when on the BLS site.
4.) Maps - Create your own maps with BLS data.
5.) Calculator - Analyze Inflation plus Injury and Illness with the BLS calculator service.
6.) Looking for Something Specific? - If you know what you want to search, or combined terms, like "Income of Woman and Mississippi," then use the BLS's Data Finder.
7.) Register for a BLS API - A Public Data Application Programming Interface (API) allows you to download data straight into the programming langauge (STATA, R, Python, Julia, SAS, etc). For further information about the API, go HERE.