This report presents key findings about the seasonality of 833 US industry groups as categorized by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). We find that the majority of industries have low seasonality (score below 10%), while 35 have high seasonality (score of 20%-50%), and 8 have very high seasonality (score of 50%+). The largest share of “high” and “very high” seasonal industries (53%) belonged to the “Leisure and Hospitality” supersector. Furthermore, while most seasonal industries experience peak employment in the summer, certain industries have their employment peaks at other times of the year. For example, skiing facilities peak in the winter and tax preparation services peak in February and remain strong through tax season (April). Lastly, the Excel tool included in this report provides detailed seasonal information about each industry, including each industry’s seasonal variation in employment by month, annual average employment, and the 2022 seasonal change in employment.