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Featured Article
Featured article image November 2023

Nonprofit organizations: using the BLS Business Register to measure employment, wages, and establishment size

Erik Friesenhahn

This article discusses the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics tabulations for 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations, describing the data sources and methodology used to create these estimates.

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Book Reviews
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A proposal for achieving full employment

Justin Holt

This book presents research on full employment, price stability, and job guarantees.

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Beyond BLS

In the race from COVID-19, who wins?

Maya B. Brandon

Since COVID-19, labor market inequalities between races have become more glaring.

Increases in minimum wage decrease community college enrollment

Eleni X. Karageorge

Researchers find that student enrollment in community colleges decreases when a state increases its minimum wage.

Artificial intelligence and firm-level labor and organizational dynamics

Yavor Ivanchev

Economists examine the effects of AI technologies on firm structure and labor composition.

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