This page contains release notes for each of Emsi’s quarterly US dataruns from the 2018.1 datarun forward. The release notes contain information on major methodology changes included with each datarun.
- The Upcoming Changes section outlines major changes users can expect to see in the next datarun.
- The Current Release Notes section lists the changes and updates introduced with the latest datarun available in Analyst/Developer.
- The Dataset Chart lists the major sources that go into Emsi data and what “vintage” (year, month, etc.) of each source was used for each of the past four dataruns.
- The Older Release Notes section contains release notes for prior dataruns.
Current Release Notes
We have updated our annual earnings to be actual earnings from ASHE rather than ASHE hourly earnings multiplied by 2080 (52 weeks x 40 hours/week). Annual earnings values will change for virtually all occupations, but earnings differences will be most dramatic in non-full-time occupations such as actors, athletes, and crossing patrol occupations.
In addition, historical hourly and annual occupation earnings are now available from 2011 to current year.
We are now projecting Northern Ireland economy overview data forward one year whenever it lags behind APS.
|Name||2021.2 Datarun||2021.1 Datarun||2020.1 Datarun||2019.1 Datarun||2018.1 Datarun|
|Business Register Employment Survey (BRES)||2019||2019||2018||2017||2016|
|Workforce Jobs Series (WJS)||Q4 2020||Q2 2020||Q2 2019||Q2 2018||Q2 2017|
|Department for Environment, Food, and Rural Affairs (DEFRA)||England: 2016 Wales: 2020||England: 2016 Wales: 2020||England: 2016 Wales: 2019||2016||2016|
|Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings (ASHE)||2020||2020||2019||2018||2017|
|Annual Population Survey (APS)||Q4 2020||Q2 2020||Q2 2019||Q2 2018||Q2 2017|
|Labour Force Survey (LFS)||2018||2018||2015||2015||2015|
|Mid-Year Population Estimates||2020||2019||2018||2017||2016|
|Sub-national Population Projections||2021-2030||2020-2029||2019-2028||2019-2028||2018-2027|
|Census for England, Wales, and Scotland||2011||2011||2011||2011||2011|
|Further Education and Apprenticeship||2020|
|Name||Abbreviation||Publishing Agency||Data Source that Determines Update||Emsi 2021.2||Emsi 2021.1||Emsi 2020.1||Emsi 2019.1||Emsi 2018.1|
|Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics||NUTS||EU||BRES||2013||2013||2013*||2006||2006|
|Local Administrative Units||LAU1||ONS||BRES||2015||2015||2015**||2008||2008|
|Standard Industrial Classification||SIC||ONS||BRES/LFS||2007||2007||2007||2007||2007***|
|Standard Occupation Classification||SOC||ONS||LFS||2010||2010||2010||2010||2010|
* Due to incompatibilities between Scottish NUTS3 and LAU1 regions, we have replaced Scottish NUTS3 regions with a single NUTS3 region for each underlying LAU1 region.
** Starting with the 2020.1 datarun, Emsi changed our Nation, Country, and LAU1 codes from the now-defunct Standard Names and Codes (SNAC) codes to the current standard used by the ONS: Government Statistical Service (GSS) 9-character codes.
*** Prior to the 2019.1 datarun, we used a modified version of SIC 2007 in which public administration codes 64, 65, 66, and 84. lacked 3 or 4-digit detail.