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Employment changes by employer size during the COVID-19 pandemic: a look at the Current Employment Statistics survey microdata
This article uses microdata from the Current Employment Statistics survey for the private sector to calculate employment changes from February 2020 to August 2020, by employer size.Read full article »
This book discusses selected microeconomic applications of psychology.View all Book Reviews »
As total market hours decreased, home-production activity increased during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Economists model multidimensional skill levels among U.S. workers and examine how those skills are allocated in the labor market.
Using linked survey and administrative data, researchers find that the effects of hurricanes may increase earnings over the long term but with varied outcomes.View all Beyond BLS articles »
Comparing characteristics and selected expenditures of dual- and single-income households with children
In a highly popular 2002 MLR article, researchers analyzed the differences between workers with and without disabilities who work on various shifts.
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