The New England BLS Information Office in Boston services the states of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont.

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New England Databases

New England Databases

Need help getting started on your database search? Below is a list of the most frequently used BLS Databases in the Regions. If these databases do not contain the information you need, please visit the appropriate Program Homepage or contact this regional office for additional assistance.

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New England Special Notices

  • Discontinuance of mailing paper copies of the Boston Metropolitan Area Consumer Price Index (CPI) press release and the New England CPI Announcement
  • As of April 1, 2008, subscribers will no longer receive paper copies of the Boston Metropolitan Area CPI press release and the New England CPI Announcement in the mail. Both the Boston Metropolitan Area CPI press release and the New England CPI Announcement will continue to be available through the Bureau's Web site.

    A free email subscription service is available for the CPI announcement. Shortly after the CPI announcement is posted online each month, subscribers to this service receive an email message containing a link to the announcement. The subscription form with a list of available regional office CPI summaries (blue cards) is located at

    The mailing of regional CPI announcements (summaries) and other regional publications is being discontinued as a result of unanticipated budget constraints faced by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. See for details.

  • 100 Years of U.S. Consumer Spending: Data for the Nation, New York City, and Boston In this new report, authors Michael L. Dolfman and Denis M. McSweeney use consumer expenditure data longitudinally and draw on information from decennial census reports to present a 100-year history of significant changes in consumer spending, economic status, and family demographics in the country as a whole, as well as in New York City and Boston. The report is available at

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