The Consumer Expenditure Survey program held its annual Survey Methods Symposium and Microdata User’s Workshop from July 12–15, 2016.Read full article »
This book offers an account of how local radio and music in the 1920s and 1930s played a role in unifying textile-mill workers in their struggle for better working conditions.View all Book Reviews »
Research shows that the effect on children of a mother’s marital status depends in part on the mother’s level of education.
Researchers look at how effectively the words used in job listings recruit the desired applicants.
A new study offers extensive statistical evidence that there is age discrimination in hiring and that women experience more age discrimination than men.View all Beyond BLS articles »
Tradable and nontradable inflation indexes: replicating New Zealand’s tradable indexes with BLS CPI data
Examining price transmission across labor compensation costs, consumer prices, and finished-goods prices
This month is a time to celebrate education and the teachers who teach it; let’s also look at education in an MLR article during another time—1994.
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