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This technical and political history of the Consumer Price Index explains how and why the Bureau of Labor Statistics has come to produce a family of such indexes.Read full article »
Young workers who work long hours tend to see higher hourly wage growth and promotion opportunities.
Researchers affirm that, despite the popular perception that small firms are the major contributors to job growth, in the nontradable sector young firms create more jobs.
BLS economists Maury Gittleman and Brooks Pierce take a look at whether workers who are doing similar work are paid more in some industries than in others by using a dataset that incorporates total compensation rather than just wages or salaries.View all Beyond BLS articles »