This article uses data from the American Time Use Survey to investigate possible undercounting of employment in surveys using labor force questions patterned after those in the Current Population Survey.Read full article »
This book examines the worklife and childcare decisions of women from their college to middle-age years, with a focus on the factors influencing those decisions.View all Book Reviews »
Men working in jobs traditionally held by women are examined.
Economic analysis concludes that the financial crisis of 2007–09 cost Americans $70,000 in lifetime present-value income.
Major causes of the labor force participation decline in the United States.View all Beyond BLS articles »
Why are employer-sponsored health insurance premiums higher in the public sector than in the private sector?
Let’s observe Native American Heritage Month by checking out an MLR article from July 1982 on measuring number of Native Americans in the labor force.
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