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AcronymDefinition
BLSBureau of Labor Statistics
BLSBasic Life Support
BLSBlack Label Society (band)
BLSBarrels
BLSBelow Land Surface
BLSBusiness Law Section (various organizations)
BLSBritish Lymphology Society
BLSBellsouth Corp. (stock symbol)
BLSBoston Latin School
BLSBrooklyn Law School
BLSBranch if Lower or Same
BLSBasic Linked System
BLSB-Segment Luxury Sedan
BLSBit Line Selector
BLSBern-Lötschberg-Simplon (Swiss Railway)
BLSBroadband Light Source
BLSBoard of Legal Specialization (various locations)
BLSBusiness Legal Studies (various schools)
BLSBayview Loan Servicing (various loctions)
BLSBachelor of Liberal Studies
BLSBlackboard Learning System (various schools)
BLSBirmingham Law Society (UK)
BLSBase Line Survey (UNDP)
BLSBare Lymphocyte Syndrome
BLSBusiness Logistics Services
BLSBusiness Level Strategy
BLSBeach Landing Site (US DoD)
BLSBusiness Logic Server (software)
BLSBritish Lichen Society
BLSBethel Lutheran School (Cupertino, CA)
BLSBuilt of Living Stones (US Conference of Catholic Bishops)
BLSBozzio Levin Stevens (band)
BLSByte Lane Select
BLSBioniche Life Sciences (various locations)
BLSBachelor of Library Science
BLSBlack Luster Soldier (Yu-Gi-Oh! Card)
BLSBloom Syndrome
BLSBacterial Leaf Streak
BLSBusiness Listing Service
BLSBilateral Stimulation (psychologically therapeutic eye movement)
BLSBusiness Livery Services
BLSBirmingham Library Services (UK)
BLSBotswana Lesotho & Swaziland
BLSBeef Labelling Scheme (UK)
BLSBachelor of Legal Studies
BLSBluegrass Laminitis Symposium (Louisville, KY)
BLSBroadband Licensing System (FCC)
BLSBottom Left Side
BLSBasic Living Stipend (Honor Harrington science fiction novels)
BLSBritish Longevity Society
BLSBand-Limited Signal
BLSBasic Limousine Service (EMS slang)
BLSBanner Linen Service (Bay City, Michigan)
BLSBank of Lee's Summit
BLSBlaine Station (Blaine, Washington, border patrol station)
BLSBornes Libres Service (French: Self Service Kiosks)
BLSBlock Line Set
BLSBachelor of Leisure Studies
BLSBiggins Lacey Sahiro & Company
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If you have to ask for an adjustment in employer attitude, salary or benefits, just remember the facts as reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics and the Health Resources Administration and remember too that you provide a professional service growing in demand.
Of the remaining "inactives," a spokesman at the Bureau of Labor Statistics suggests that stay-at-home parents, individuals on disability, students, or early retirees are likely to be among the 19,152,000.
Bureau of Labor Statistics show that, in most states, people with no military experience are more likely to be without jobs than veterans.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics has a large-scale payroll survey that gathers detailed information by profession, but this survey lacks information on the characteristics of employees, such as years of experience or educational qualifications.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 1998, 44% of lost time from occupational injuries was the result of strains and sprains, with most involving the back--and the occupation heading this list is the nursing assistant, with RNs in sixth place.
There are over 16 million labor union members in the United States (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2002) and approximately 100 industrial and labor relations programs in universities throughout the United States and Canada.
Bureau of Labor Statistics, National Employment, Hours, and Earnings, Current Employment Statistics (CES): www.bls.gov/ces/ or telephone (202) 691-6555.
Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics. Instead of using complex calculations to generate an actual inventory inflation index, companies select published indices to establish the LIFO value of inventory.
DOL's Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) is already placing purchase orders against the agreement for regional support.
Driving a truck was the most hazardous occupation in the United States last year, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics' most recent workplace fatality census.
The unemployment rate today is also nominal, about 4.5% (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2001b).
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, New Orleans has 16,000 hospitality and hotel workers, 90 percent of the work force in the city is African American, and the average wage for housekeepers and kitchen workers is below $6 per hour.
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