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Featured Article
Featured article image May 2023

Job openings reach record highs in 2022 as the labor market recovery continues

Rick Penn, Victor Huang

This article discusses national trends for job openings, hires, and separations throughout 2022, and compares rates between industries, size classes, and states.

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Book Reviews
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Sector-based workforce development and the U.S. labor market

Kennedy Keller

In this edited volume, scholars and workforce practitioners reflect on the progression of sector-based workforce development over several decades and chart the field’s future direction.

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Beyond BLS

Hybrid work seems to be working out just fine

Jonathan Yoe

A hybrid work experiment by changes the views of managers.

Are employers able to hire? A study of the postpandemic labor market

Alexander Saenz

Is the post-COVID-19 labor market “hot” or “tight”? Researchers examine the Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey data to find out.

COVID-19 and employment outcomes of people with disabilities

Yavor Ivanchev

Researchers find that the widespread adoption of telework during the COVID-19 pandemic has boosted the employment rate of people with disabilities.

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