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This article discusses the everyday life of American workers in 1915, the year the MLR began.Read full article »
From 1995 to 2010, about $2 trillion of income moved from states with a high income tax rate to states with a low income tax rate.View all Book Reviews »
Two economists create and test the Everyday Price Index, which they say is better than the Consumer Price Index at representing the public’s view of inflation.
Do highly educated workers live in cities because of “production amenities,” such as plenty of customers, suppliers, and innovation, or because of “consumption amenities,” such as good weather, transportation infrastructure, and excellent restaurants?
A researcher develops an alternative measure of the U.S. labor share of income and evaluates possible explanations for the decline in the labor share since 2001.View all Beyond BLS articles »
An in-depth look at savings and thrift plans in 1990 revealed that employers’ and employees’ average annual contributions varied widely.
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