The New Mexico Annual Social & Economic Indicators 2016 is published by the New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions Bureau of Economic Research and Analysis prior to the beginning of each program year (July1) and revised annually. This report is intended to provide planners and other data users with a broad range of information on historic, current, and expected labor market conditions in New Mexico.
The State of the Workforce Report is published annually from the department’s Economic Research and Analysis Bureau. This report provides information and analysis on what New Mexico’s workforce looks like and how it’s growing. It also highlights employment in the state’s industries alongside occupational employment and wages. This, coupled with data on skills and education, serves to evaluate not only the existing workforce and job market, but also the future supply and demand of jobs and workers.
This publication covers the four Workforce Investment Areas (WIAs), including Central, Eastern, Southwestern, and Northern, is a quarterly publication highlighting employment data, labor market information, and business news. Click here to see past editions.
New Mexico Employment Projections 2014-2024
The New Mexico Employment Projections 2014-2024 is a publication that provides growth trends of New Mexico's industries and occupations. The data presented in this report are designed to assist students, job seekers, educators, employers, and public and private groups in their individual planning and reporting purposes.
New Mexico's Occupational Employment Statistics Wages Report
The New Mexico's Occupational Employment Statistics Wages Report presents wages from 2014, the most recent data available. Employment and wages have been prepared for New Mexico, its four metropolitan statistical areas (Albuquerque, Farmington, Las Cruces, and Santa Fe), and four Workforce Regions (Central, Northern, Eastern, and Southwestern).
Quick Reference Sheets for Wages
The Occupational Wages for Job Seekers provides annual wages for occupations with the most projected annual job openings. This publication is available for New Mexico, Albuquerque Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA)/Central Region, Farmington MSA, Las Cruces MSA, Santa Fe MSA, Eastern Region, Northern Region, and Southwestern Region.