A Study on the Sensitivity of the BLS Methods Lee, Seok-Jin; Shin, Key-Il;
BLS adjustment methods have been able to provide more accurate estimates of total and make samples represent population characteristics by post-adjustment of design weights of samples. However, BLS methods use additional data, for instance number of employee, without this information or using other information, give different weight adjustment factors. In this paper we studied the sensitivity of the variables used in BLS adjustment. The 2007 monthly labor survey data is used in analysis.