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Go to World DataBank, and in the Explore databases section, choose World Development Indicators (WDI). Once inside select one or more countries from the upper window. Choose the data series of interest from the upper menu on the next page. On the third option, select the years that interest you and after selecting variables, please click one of these options: Table, Chart, Map and Download.
Bureau of Labor Statistics, a unit of the U.S. Department of Labor, provides a broad range of data about employment and unemployment, pay and benefits, productivity, time use, etc. Look at their list of available surveys.
- Current Employment Statistics
- Occupational Employment Statistics
- Occupational Outlook Handbook
- National Compensation Survey
Go to the US Census Bureau's Income site and try their Data pages:
Earnings by Education and Occupation
The Census Bureau also maintains a database titled "American FactFinder" which provides income-related information on a state, county, municipal, and zip code level.
Try the ILOSTAT site, a database of labor statistics, which includes labor statistics and estimates from over 200 countries from 1969 to present, as well as a number of other databases on labor standards, legislation and literature.
Every two years, the International Labor Organization issues Key Indicators of the Labour Market, with rankings, data, and analysis of productivity by country.
EPI DataZone - Recent statistics and time series on labor and income.
Labour Force Survey data on Eurostat. Click on "Statistics by Theme" > "Population and Social Conditions" > Labour market (Labour) > Employment and unemployment.
For data on Spain consult the EPA (Encuesta de población activa / Survey of Active Population) on the INE website.
For data and analysis on employee benefits, go to the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI).