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This article, written for the commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the Monthly Labor Review, summarizes the major areas of U.S. labor legislation since 1915.Read full article »
A series of essays that confront the changing labor market of the 21st century, a labor market in which contingent workers, flexibility, and increased efficiency are the norm and stability, long-term employment with one employer, and rigid working hours no longer predominate.View all Book Reviews »
Because more workers quit their job for a better paying one when the economy is expanding and the job market is tight, researchers say the worker quit rate can be used to predict nominal wage growth and inflation pressures.
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York, which serves the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, looks at the territory’s economic challenges caused by out-migration and employment declines.
The Pew Research Center looks at whether Americans feel the decline in union membership is a good or bad thing.View all Beyond BLS articles »