Carrie Jones is the Deputy Director for Data Management and Staff Analysis in the Resource and Rural Economics Division.
Ms. Jones previously worked as an economist in the Structure, Technology, and Productivity Branch in the Resource and Rural Economics Division, where she served as the survey and data coordinator for the Agricultural Resource Management Survey. Prior to working for ERS, Ms. Jones worked for the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics on the Occupational Employment Statistics Survey as the Survey Operations and Analysis branch chief. Her work focused on survey management, data analysis, and data collection improvements. Her research focused on understanding survey non-response issues and field testing data collection methodologies aimed at process improvement and combating non-response.
Ms. Jones received a Master of Public Administration degree from George Mason University and a B.A. in International Studies from George Mason University.
Jones, Carrie K. 2018. "Doing More with Less—Eliminating the Long Survey Forms from the Occupational Employment Statistics Survey," JSM Proceedings, Healthcare Policy Section. Alexandria, VA: American Statistical Association: 2225-2236.
Stang, Sharon, and Carrie K. Jones. 2011. "Counting Green Jobs: Developing the Green Technologies and Practices (GTP) Survey," JSM Proceedings, Government Statistics Section. Alexandria, VA: American Statistical Association: 1768-1780.
Phipps, Polly, and Carrie K. Jones. 2007. "Factors Affecting Response to the Occupational Employment Statistics Survey," Proceedings of the 2007 Federal Committee on Statistical Methodology Research Conference.