This article uses data from the Occupational Employment Statistics survey to examine trends in labor market outcomes for registered nurses from 2002 to 2015.Read full article »
The effects on employment of minimum wage increases appear to vary by the way increases were implemented.
Researchers find that workers earn more by moving from lower paying to higher paying firms, not from smaller to larger firms, and business downturns tend to stymie moves up the pay ladder.
Researchers start to assess the positive and negative effects of robots on the U.S. labor market.View all Beyond BLS articles »
Tradable and nontradable inflation indexes: replicating New Zealand’s tradable indexes with BLS CPI data
Examining price transmission across labor compensation costs, consumer prices, and finished-goods prices
July 26 is the anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act; in a September 1998 MLR article, results reveal the effects that people with disabilities had on labor market rates in 1993.
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