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This article reviews recent economic research on pandemic-related job losses in the United States in order to understand the prospects for employment recovery.Read full article »
A compilation of evidence-based essays examining how employers can improve employee productivity and reduce the cost of healthcare through workplace wellness programs.View all Book Reviews »
Two economists examine whether price levels affect firm reputation.
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.View all Beyond BLS articles »
Changes in consumer behaviors and financial well-being during the coronavirus pandemic: results from the U.S. Household Pulse Survey
Employment changes by employer size during the COVID-19 pandemic: a look at the Current Employment Statistics survey microdata
Good health and skilled health practitioners are important to most people, as it was in March 1999 when an MLR article reported on the status of the healthcare job market.
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