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">A black community with advanced labor force characteristics in 1960 02/01/2007
  • Trends in labor force participation of married mothers of infants 02/01/2007
  • The ‘sandwich generation’: women caring for parents and children 09/01/2006
  • Occupational injuries, illnesses, and fatalities among women 10/01/2005
  • The female share of weekend employment: a study of 16 countries 08/01/2005
  • Women at work: a visual essay 10/01/2003
  • Volunteerism in the United States 08/01/2003
  • How does gender play a role in the earnings gap? an update 03/01/2003
  • The labor force participation of older women: retired? working? both? 09/01/2002
  • Age-adjusted labor force participation rates, 1960-2045 09/01/2002
  • The influx of women into legal professions: an economic analysis 08/01/2002
  • The labor force experience of women from Generation X 03/01/2002
  • Measuring time use in households with more than one person 02/01/2002
  • Measuring intrahousehold allocation of time: response to Anne E. Winkler 02/01/2002
  • Are single mothers finding jobs without displacing other workers? 07/01/2001
  • “Second-chance” strategies for women who drop out of school 12/01/2000
  • Women paid low wages: who they are and where they work 09/01/2000
  • Married women, work, and values 08/01/2000
  • The role of gender in job promotions 12/01/1999
  • Labor force participation: 75 years of change, 1950-98 and 1998-2025 12/01/1999
  • Women’s earnings: an overview 12/01/1999
  • Marriage, children, and women’s employment: what do we know? 12/01/1999
  • Investigating the link between competition and discrimination 12/01/1999
  • Improving Retirement Security for Women 06/01/1999
  • Work Injuries and Illnesses Occurring to Women 06/01/1998
  • Earnings of husbands and wives in dual-earner families 04/01/1998
  • Earnings of college graduates: women compared with men 03/01/1998
  • The effect of working wives on the incidence of poverty 03/01/1998
  • Developments in women’s labor force participation 09/01/1997
  • Gender differences in occupational employment 04/01/1997
  • The work schedules of low-educated American women and welfare reform 04/01/1997
  • Effects of intermittent labor force attachment on women’s earnings 09/01/1995
  • Boom in day care industry the result of many social changes 08/01/1995
  • Women’s part-time employment: A gross flows analysis 04/01/1995
  • Are women leaving the labor force? 07/01/1994
  • Women and jobs in recoveries: 1970-93 07/01/1994
  • Married mothers’ work patterns: the job-family compromise 06/01/1994
  • Income and spending patterns of single-mother families 05/01/1994
  • Characteristics of self-employed women in the United States 03/01/1994
  • Women and jobs in recessions: 1969-92 07/01/1993
  • Interrelation of child support, visitation, and hours of work 06/01/1992
  • Child care: arrangements and costs 10/01/1991
  • Child-care problems: an obstacle to work 10/01/1991
  • Would a higher minimum wage help poor families headed by women? 08/01/1990
  • Recent gains in women’s earnings: better pay or longer hours? 07/01/1990
  • Employment gains by minorities, women in large city government, 1976-83 11/01/1988
  • Employment characteristics of older women, 1987 09/01/1988
  • The relation of age to workplace injuries 07/01/1988
  • ">Women and the labor market: the link grows stronger 03/01/1988
  • Gender, race, and the policies of the Labor Department 02/01/1988
  • ">Women’s work plans: contrasting expectations and actual work experience 11/01/1987
  • How do demographic changes affect labor force participation of women? 11/01/1987
  • Military and civilian wives: update on the labor force gap 12/01/1986
  • Women veterans total 1 million in first half of 1986 12/01/1986
  • Moonlighting by women jumped to record highs 11/01/1986
  • Rise in mothers’ labor force activity includes those with infants 02/01/1986
  • Comparable worth: how do we know it will work? 12/01/1985
  • Perspectives on comparable worth:an introduction to the numbers 12/01/1985
  • Comparable worth: organizational dilemmas 12/01/1985
  • Comparable worth: some questions still unanswered 12/01/1985
  • Working mothers reach record number in 1984 12/01/1984
  • The female-male unemployment differential: effects of changes in industry employment 11/01/1984
  • ">Investigating the differences in weekly earnings of women and men 06/01/1984
  • Earnings differences between men and women: an introductory note 06/01/1984
  • Staffing patterns prominent in female-male earnings gap 06/01/1984
  • Recessionary impacts on the unemployment of men and women 05/01/1984
  • Occupational reclassification and changes in distribution by gender 03/01/1984
  • Most women who maintain families receive poor labor market returns 12/01/1983
  • Trends in employment and unemployment in families 12/01/1983
  • Child-care services: a national picture 12/01/1983
  • Effects of selected variables on work hours of young women 07/01/1983
  • Labor force activity of women receiving child support or alimony 11/01/1982
  • Canadian legal approaches to sex equality in the workplace 10/01/1982
  • Usual weekly earnings: another look at intergroup differences and basic trends 04/01/1982
  • Earnings of men and women: a look at specific occupations 04/01/1982
  • Tenure as a factor in the male-female earnings gap 04/01/1982
  • How women’s health affects labor force attachment 04/01/1982
  • More than half of all children have working mothers 02/01/1982
  • Working wives and mothers: what happens to family life? 09/01/1981
  • On-the-job training: differences by race and sex 07/01/1981
  • Working mothers and their children 05/01/1981
  • Employment situation for military wives 02/01/1981
  • Occupational segregation and earnings differences by sex 01/01/1981
  • Labor force trends: a synthesis and analysis 10/28/1977
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