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An examination of newly available quarterly GDP-by-industry statistics to determine if they can be used to produce reasonable quarterly labor productivity measures at the industry level.Read full article »
Private insurance coverage increased largely for those with incomes below the threshold for Medicaid eligibility as a result of the individual mandate.
Economists find an association between an adolescent’s geographic location and his or her entrepreneurial future.
New research suggests that, for college-educated women seeking administrative support jobs, age and low-level interim job placement are more likely to negatively affect a candidate’s prospects than unemployment duration.View all Beyond BLS articles »