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Multiple-jobholding rates at the state and regional levels vary considerably from the national average.Read full article »
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.
An examination of American Time Use Survey data and state unemployment rates shows that the shared leisure time of couples with children tends to decline during recessions.
Traditional life-cycle savings models don’t seem to apply to former NFL players who go bankrupt.View all Beyond BLS articles »
Results presented in a 1988 article revealed that between 1946 and 1987, women participating in the labor force increased tremendously.
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