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July 01, 2022
Employed women were more likely than employed men to work at home on days they worked in 2021. Both groups were more likely to work at home in 2021 than they were in 2019, before the COVID-19 pandemic began. Employed women and men were equally likely to work at home in 2003. Full Text »
Were wages converging during the 2010s expansion?
Matthew Dey, Elizabeth Weber Handwerker, David S. Piccone Jr, John Voorheis
This Beyond the Numbers article will describe the unemployed people per job openings ratio and examine unemployment and job openings trends by looking at estimates at the national level from December 2000 to December 2021, and at the state and regional level from December 2017 to December 2021. National data allows users to see the relationship more clearly between labor supply and demand nationwide, while state and regional data allows for comparative analysis across state labor markets.
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