Launches First Complete Dashboard of American Jobs Data

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New product from Seabourne, Inc. makes jobs reports easier to understand, presents monthly BLS jobs data via simple, free dashboard.

"We're really excited to launch and give America's jobs data a much-needed upgrade." - Mike Reich, CEO / Founder, Seabourne Inc.

April’s jobs numbers are available today at, a comprehensive dashboard that presents jobs, employment, and other economic data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics in a clear, powerful way for the first time.

Instead of poring through reams of data and pushing information through traditional analysis software, cleans, organizes, and makes America’s jobs data easily for anyone to understand. Seabourne Inc., a Washington D.C.-based technology innovation company, produced to open up this valuable government data to a wider audience.

“We’re really excited to give America’s jobs report a much-needed upgrade,” says Seabourne CEO / founder Mike Reich. “Before today, the options for acquiring and digesting each month’s jobs and employment numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics were extremely limited. By releasing, we’re adding value to the public and private sectors by opening government data and making jobs data easier to understand.” runs on DelRay, an information management platform developed by Seabourne’s team of developers, designers, and information management specialists. The dashboard lets users quickly digest high-level information about each month's jobs report and clearly see how that data has changed over time. In addition to top level data and analysis, also provides in-depth access to all of the monthly jobs data provided by BLS -- a rich resource of raw information that's made accessible by this new dashboard.

“ was a passion project for our team,” says Reich. “We built this on the DelRay platform, all in a 24-hour development sprint, to show that big data sets don’t have to be big nightmares. With newsrooms shrinking and every writer doing more with less, the large lift needed to analyze jobs data just seemed unsustainable and unnecessary. can empower writers, policy makers, and analysts alike to better understand what’s going on with the American jobs landscape.”

Read the full blog post from Seabourne CEO / founder Mike Reich on the release of

More on DelRay: DelRay is a set of re-usable tools that make it easy to validate, cleanse, enhance and transform information from any source. This information can then be connected to websites, mobile apps and business intelligence tools. For more see:

More on Seabourne, Inc.: Founded in 2010, Seabourne was the first to make a U.S. Federal Agency's content available to consumers and practitioners via an API platform (the FCC). What began as a simple project revealed a large need for tools that make information better, more available, and more useful. Today, Seabourne is one of the fastest growing providers of information management tools and expertise.

Seabourne helps companies get new value from old data and innovate with new information, with clients including the FCC, US Department of Commerce, the World Resources Institute, NBC Sports, United Nations/ReliefWeb, CogState, and RFK Legacy in Action. Seabourne uses APIs and a unique set of information processing tools to attract new users and customers, speed time-to-market, and spur innovation. A core aspect of Seabourne's unique, architectural approach to API management is the focus on working with clients to craft profitable platform strategies, ensuring fast, reliable information access, and anticipate long-term requirements. For more, see:

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