ANNOUNCEMENT The Monthly Labor Review turns 100― Read more »
This essay is part of a special series to mark the 100-year anniversary of the Monthly Labor Review.Read full article »
African Americans have less social capital than Whites have and therefore must rely more on institutional sources, such as employment agencies, in pursuing their careers, says one prominent author and career development professor.View all Book Reviews »
New research suggests that, for college-educated women seeking administrative support jobs, age and low-level interim job placement are more likely to negatively affect a candidate’s prospects than unemployment duration.
Researchers find that firms using job testing as part of the hiring process often make better hiring decisions than firms who rely solely on interviews, resumes, and manager decisions, at least among low-skill service sector employers.
A discussion of the comparability (or lack thereof) of recessions in different time periods.View all Beyond BLS articles »
This month, while recognizing our service members for their military service, we can read about those soldiers who worked for Uncle Sam in the early 80s.
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