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Note for all CPS supplements (may or may not apply to this specific supplement): For 2000-Census based weights, 2002 NAICS-based industry codes, 2000 SOC-based occupation codes, and revised class of worker and union variables for 2000-2002 the CPS files, please visit CPS Extracts. Several major changes affected the 2003 CPS. For more information about the changes, please visit CPS Extracts.

Key: [.zip = Data files] [.pdf, .doc, .txt = Documentation files] [.ddf = Catalogue files]

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1992 .zip .pdf
1993 -
1994 .zip .pdf .ddf
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1996 .zip .pdf .ddf
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1998 .zip .pdf .ddf
1999 -
2000 .zip .pdf .ddf
2001 -
2002 .zip .pdf .ddf
2003 -
2004 .zip .pdf .ddf
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2006 .zip .pdf .ddf
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2008 .zip .pdf .ddf
2009 -
2010 .zip .pdf
2011 -
2012 .zip .pdf
2013 -
2014 .zip .pdf

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