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This article uses data from the 2005, 2010, and 2015 European Working Conditions Surveys to examine recent trends in nonstandard work schedules across five European regions, covering 29 countries.Read full article »
A historical account detailing the economics of race relations in Detroit during the 1920s and 1930s.View all Book Reviews »
Teaching our adolescents to excel academically should be a top priority.
Two economists examine the factors that determine whether an academic innovation will be commercialized through startup formation.
Researchers look at why the employment–population ratio has declined over the past two decades.View all Beyond BLS articles »
Electronic business, or “e-business”: an MLR article in May 2001 provides its perspectives on how e-business has affected employment, workers, and industries.
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