How much of educators workplace injuries and illnesses are composed of violent events?Read full article »
May the invisible hand be with you: Can the U.S. market-driven labor system do better without reducing productivity and growth?
A Harvard University economist offers a penetrating look at what is right and what is wrong with the U.S. labor market and how wage inequality might be compromising its exceptionalism.View all Book Reviews »
A discussion of the frequency (or lack thereof) with which low- and middle-income countries are able to catch up to income levels in the United States.
Basic-needs spending has increased over the past 30 years, disproportionately affecting low-income households.
Import price sensitivity when a currency experiences fluctuations and the implications toward inflation.View all Beyond BLS articles »
Price transmission within the Producer Price Index Final Demand–Intermediate Demand aggregation system
As parents prepare their children for their upcoming return to school, it reminds us of the importance of education just as an MLR article did in 1988.
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