The number of employees of Providence Metro Area (RI-MA) was 29,404 for personal care in 2013.

Occupations

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Jobs and Occupations Datasets Involving Providence Metro Area (RI-MA)

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    City Of Somerville Weekly Payroll Gross Wages Over 50K_2016

    data.somervillema.gov | Last Updated 2017-04-07T15:11:45.000Z

    Under Massachusetts G. L. c. 66, § 10(d), an employee’s name and place of employment may be exempt from public records disclosure if the employee or a family member was a victim of an adjudicated crime or is a victim of domestic violence, including but not limited to sexual assault or rape, or provide family planning services or provide training in family planning services, or have a court order protecting you from having your name disclosed in such a manner

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    City Of Somerville Weekly Payroll Gross Wages Over 50K_2015

    data.somervillema.gov | Last Updated 2016-02-17T19:40:08.000Z

    Under Massachusetts G. L. c. 66, § 10(d), an employee’s name and place of employment may be exempt from public records disclosure if the employee or a family member was a victim of an adjudicated crime or is a victim of domestic violence, including but not limited to sexual assault or rape, or provide family planning services or provide training in family planning services, or have a court order protecting you from having your name disclosed in such a manner

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    Labor Force & Resident Unemployment Rate 1974 - 2016

    data.cambridgema.gov | Last Updated 2017-07-17T20:23:56.000Z

    This data set provides information about the Cambridge labor force, those residents of Cambridge who are either employed or actively seeking employment. Includes data on the size of the labor force, the seasonally unadjusted employment rate for Cambridge and the unadjusted employment rates for the state and nation. Note that these data might be periodically revised.

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    City of Somerville Weekly Payroll Gross Wages Over 50K_2014

    data.somervillema.gov | Last Updated 2016-02-12T14:00:01.000Z

    Under Massachusetts G. L. c. 66, § 10(d), an employee’s name and place of employment may be exempt from public records disclosure if the employee or a family member was a victim of an adjudicated crime or is a victim of domestic violence, including but not limited to sexual assault or rape, or provide family planning services or provide training in family planning services, or have a court order protecting you from having your name disclosed in such a manner

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    Workforce By Industry: 2001 - Present

    data.cambridgema.gov | Last Updated 2017-08-01T14:28:17.000Z

    This data set indicates how many people employed in Cambridge are covered by the unemployment insurance compensation system, the number employed by economic sector, and how much these workers earn. The data covers the work force in Cambridge, regardless of their place of residence, and are taken from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development, ES-202 Series based on the requirements set forth in the Massachusetts Employment Security Law (1967 to present) and the Compensation for Federal Employees Law (1980 to present). Note that the unemployment compensation system does cover all workers, excluding groups such as the self-employer, religious workers and some domestic workers. This data set assigns workers to sectors using the North American Industrial Classification System (NAICS) code system. Prior to 2001 only the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) system was used to assign workers to sectors. Older, historic data is available in the open data set "Cambridge Workforce By Industry: 1967 - 2002". The 2001 figures summarize the same raw data but are recoded to NAICS here. Note that Natural Resources and Mining establishments are not included in the industry breakdown but are included in total employment.

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    Workforce By Industry: 1967 - 2001

    data.cambridgema.gov | Last Updated 2017-07-10T18:47:40.000Z

    This data set indicates how many people employed in Cambridge are covered by the unemployment insurance compensation system, the number employed by economic sector, and how much these workers earn. The data covers the work force in Cambridge, regardless of their place of residence, and are taken from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development, ES-202 Series based on the requirements set forth in the Massachusetts Employment Security Law (1967 to present) and the Compensation for Federal Employees Law (1980 to present). Note that the unemployment compensation system does cover all workers, excluding groups such as the self-employer, religious workers and some domestic workers. This data set assigns workers to sectors using the the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) system. Since 2001, only the North American Industrial Classification System (NAICS) code system is used to assign workers to sectors. Older, historic data is available in the open data set "Cambridge Workforce By Industry: 2001 - Present". The 2001 figures summarize the same raw data but are recoded to NAICS there.

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    Registered Public Corporations Disclosures: Beginning 2007

    data.ny.gov | Last Updated 2016-05-02T16:48:05.000Z

    Data provided by Public Corporation in their Biennial Registration and Bi-monthly filings submitted to NYS Joint Commission on Public Ethics.

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    Registered Lobbyist Disclosures: Beginning 2007

    data.ny.gov | Last Updated 2016-05-02T16:46:02.000Z

    Data provided by Lobbyist in their Biennial Registration and Bi-monthly filings submitted to NYS Joint Commission on Public Ethics

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    Schedule A Part II: General Fund Revenues and Other Financing Sources

    data.mass.gov | Last Updated 2016-05-26T13:56:59.000Z

    The Annual City and Town Financial Report, Schedule A, is a year-end statement of revenues and other financing sources, expenditures and other financing uses, changes in fund balances, certain balance sheet and other information. Under state statute, the Director of Accounts is required to collect this information from all communities by October 31 each year. Part I is a report of all taxes, state aid and unrestricted local receipts, including all school related revenue, but exclusive of general and education offsets. All revenue is reported on a net basis, that is, after adjusting for refunds. Revenues are reported on a cash basis for all categories, with the exception of Real and Personal Property Taxes and Earnings on Investments.

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    Schedule A Part I: General Fund Revenues and Other Financing Sources

    data.mass.gov | Last Updated 2016-05-09T18:07:47.000Z

    The Annual City and Town Financial Report, Schedule A, is a year-end statement of revenues and other financing sources, expenditures and other financing uses, changes in fund balances, certain balance sheet and other information. Under state statute, the Director of Accounts is required to collect this information from all communities by October 31 each year. Part I is a report of all taxes, state aid and unrestricted local receipts, including all school related revenue, but exclusive of general and education offsets. All revenue is reported on a net basis, that is, after adjusting for refunds. Revenues are reported on a cash basis for all categories, with the exception of Real and Personal Property Taxes and Earnings on Investments.