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This essay is part of a special series to mark the 100-year anniversary of the Monthly Labor Review.Read full article »
A series of essays that confront the changing labor market of the 21st century, a labor market in which contingent workers, flexibility, and increased efficiency are the norm and stability, long-term employment with one employer, and rigid working hours no longer predominate.View all Book Reviews »
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York, which serves the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, looks at the territory’s economic challenges caused by out-migration and employment declines.
The Pew Research Center looks at whether Americans feel the decline in union membership is a good or bad thing.
Economists show that when the price of oil declines, the overall U.S. economy benefited but some states felt a pinch to jobs and tax revenues.View all Beyond BLS articles »