The United States Employment Service issues but one printed publication,1 the "Industrial Employment Information Bulletin," which appears monthly.2 This publication was formerly known as the "Industrial Employment Survey Bulletin" but was changed to the present title with the June, 1922 issue. At the same time the practice of including the publication of employment statistics in this bulletin was discontinued.
The announcement printed with the first issue under the new title gives the reason for this step.
By direction of the Secretary of Labor, the United States Employment Service has discontinued the publication of statistics of employment in the Industrial Employment Information Bulletin, that function being performed by the Bureau of Labor Statistics in its monthly Labor Review.
The United States Employment Service will continue the publication of the Bulletin, publishing general and specific industrial and employment conditions, the distribution and clearance of labor, and current comment on the employment situation, and show opportunities for employment.
July 8, 1922.
FRANCIS I. JONES,
This issue also included a statement of purpose and scope for the bulletin which clearly outlined the aims of the publication and indicated its future content. The statement follows:____________________