Shale gas production and labor market trends in the U.S. Marcellus–Utica region over the last decade
This article analyzes trends over the last decade in shale gas production and labor market data in the Marcellus–Utica region, where much of the recent increase in U.S. natural gas production has occurred.Read full article »
This textbook introduces readers to U.S. labor relations by examining the forces affecting collective bargaining, the functioning of the bargaining system, and the outcomes produced by that system.View all Book Reviews »
This article examines data showing declines in labor force participation rates and employment-to-population ratios of prime age men and women, and some possible reasons for the declines.
An look at the disparate bargaining power between online employers and workers, based on evidence from Amazon Mechanical Turk.
An analysis of the relationship between labor market concentration and wages.View all Beyond BLS articles »
During the 1970s, some occupations lost workers and some gained—check out this MLR article from June 1982 that highlights the specific winners and losers.
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