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|extranet cese wallonie||0.78||0.5||1271||28|
|extranet ces virtual||1.23||0.9||6559||36|
|extranet ceser grand est||1.94||0.6||8978||94|
|extranet ces sap||0.05||0.1||778||32|
|extranet cespe primeiro acesso||0.67||0.7||3134||35|
|extranet ceska pojistovna||1.42||0.4||2269||83|
The Your SES extranet is a secure online platform giving you access to a wealth of tools, data and resources to help you work with SES.Where does the CE data come from?
The CE program provides these data in tables, LABSTAT database, news releases, reports, and public use microdata files. CE data are collected by the Census Bureau for BLS in two surveys, the Interview Survey for major and/or recurring items and the Diary Survey for more minor or frequently purchased items.What is the CE program?
The CE is the only Federal household survey to provide information on the complete range of consumers' expenditures and incomes. Here is an overview of the CE program and its methods. To be notified when new datasets become available, sign up for CE updates.Where can I find CE program publications and documents?
Publications are made available through official BLS series, including the Monthly Labor Review, Beyond the Numbers, Handbook of Methods, annual reports, and others. Additional CE program publications, documents, and presentations are available via the online CE library.