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HR Metrics and Statistical Research


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Putting Statistics to Use

What do organizations actually do with research and statistics?

Conduct Your Own Research

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Finding Statistics & Data

Statistics relevant to human resource development topics are generated by diverse entities ranging from private firms, to social scientists to government agencies and international organizations.  Consequently there is not a single convenient search engine for statistics.  Some statistics and data sets are restricted whereas others can be easily found on the free web. There are three recommended ways to find statistics and data in no particular order:

  1. Search an index of reports, journals, compendia and databases that contain statistics.
  2. Search a statistical database (most are subject or domain specific)
  3. Search articles to find out what statistics other researchers use.
  Statistical Insight (ProQuest)
Indexing and abstracting (with select full text from 2007) of statistical resources from U.S. state government, business and research institute statistical publications. Tables for U.S. government and business reports.
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  Bureau of Labor Statistics
Access to many statistical series and data sets compiled by the U.S. Department of Labor.
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  Data-Planet
Datasets and statistics on a very wide range of topics
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Article Databases

The following are article databases that can be used to find empirical studies that often point to promising sources for statistics and data related to human resource development topics.

  EconLit with Full Text (EBSCO)
The economic literature is rich in empirical studies on labor supply, costs, compensation and discrimination.
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  ABI/INFORM Complete (ProQuest)

  PsycINFO (ProQuest)

  Business Source Premier (EBSCO)

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