This article analyzes the evolution of employment and wages in New York City’s finance and insurance sector since 2000.Read full article »
This book examines how occupation, race, ethnicity, and age determine which women opt out of the labor force after the birth of a child.View all Book Reviews »
U.S. labor force participation is declining among men and women between the prime ages of 25 and 54.
A new report suggests that, contrary to popular opinion, millennials are not hurting the economy; in fact, the economy is hurting them.View all Beyond BLS articles »
Balancing college and kids: estimating time allocation differences for college students with and without children
Racial and ethnic disparities in access to and use of paid family and medical leave: evidence from four nationally representative datasets
A March 2003 article looks at how spending for healthcare and prescription drugs among seniors increased over the 1980–97 period.
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