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Workforce Statistics Archive

Demographics are particularly useful to managers in the workforce planning process.  These data are also used by Congressional staffers and others who have an interest in the size and makeup of the federal workforce, and by public and private organizations and individuals interested in the diversity of DOT for a wide variety of reasons.

Attrition Statistics for FY 2006

This spreadsheet provides attrition statistics for FY 2006. Demographics are particularly useful to managers in the workforce planning process.  This data is also used by Congressional staffers and others who have an interest in the size and makeup of the federal workforce, and by public and private organizations and individuals interested in the diversity of DOT for a wide variety of reasons.

Attrition Statistics for FY 2009

This spreadsheet provides attrition statistics for FY 2009. Demographics are particularly useful to managers in the workforce planning process.  This data is also used by Congressional staffers and others who have an interest in the size and makeup of the federal workforce, and by public and private organizations and individuals interested in the diversity of DOT for a wide variety of reasons.

Attrition Statistics for FY 2008

This spreadsheet provides attrition statistics for FY 2008. Demographics are particularly useful to managers in the workforce planning process.  This data is also used by Congressional staffers and others who have an interest in the size and makeup of the federal workforce, and by public and private organizations and individuals interested in the diversity of DOT for a wide variety of reasons.

Attrition Statistics for FY 2007

This spreadsheet provides attrition statistics for FY 2007. Demographics are particularly useful to managers in the workforce planning process.  This data is also used by Congressional staffers and others who have an interest in the size and makeup of the federal workforce, and by public and private organizations and individuals interested in the diversity of DOT for a wide variety of reasons.

Attrition Statistics for FY 2005

This spreadsheet provides attrition statistics for FY 2005. Demographics are particularly useful to managers in the workforce planning process.  This data is also used by Congressional staffers and others who have an interest in the size and makeup of the federal workforce, and by public and private organizations and individuals interested in the diversity of DOT for a wide variety of reasons. 

Promotion Statistics for FY 2006

This spreadsheet provides promotion statistics for FY 2006. Demographics are particularly useful to managers in the workforce planning process.  This data is also used by Congressional staffers and others who have an interest in the size and makeup of the federal workforce, and by public and private organizations and individuals interested in the diversity of DOT for a wide variety of reasons. 

Promotion Statistics for FY 2009

This spreadsheet provides promotion statistics for FY 2009. Demographics are particularly useful to managers in the workforce planning process.  This data is also used by Congressional staffers and others who have an interest in the size and makeup of the federal workforce, and by public and private organizations and individuals interested in the diversity of DOT for a wide variety of reasons.

Promotion Statistics for FY 2008

This spreadsheet provides promotion statistics for FY 2008. Demographics are particularly useful to managers in the workforce planning process.  This data is also used by Congressional staffers and others who have an interest in the size and makeup of the federal workforce, and by public and private organizations and individuals interested in the diversity of DOT for a wide variety of reasons. 

Promotion Statistics for FY 2007

This spreadsheet provides promotion statistics for FY 2007. Demographics are particularly useful to managers in the workforce planning process.  This data is also used by Congressional staffers and others who have an interest in the size and makeup of the federal workforce, and by public and private organizations and individuals interested in the diversity of DOT for a wide variety of reasons. 

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