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Monthly Labor Review

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Expected DateReceived DateIssue YearIssue Months Or SeasonIssue DayVolumeIssueIssue NumberCopy NumberIssue Notes
5/3/20195/17/20192019May   31Employment growth accelerates in 2018, extending a lengthy expansion
5/2/20195/9/20192019May   21An analysis of the new job openings and labor turnover data by size of firm
5/1/20195/9/20192019May   11Direct job creation in the United States: learning from the past
4/24/20194/26/20192019April   41Business turnover in urban areas: size matters
4/3/20194/12/20192019April   31Recent trends in employment and wages in New York City's finance and insurance sector
4/2/20194/12/20192019April   21Opting out of isolated studies on mothers in the labor force
4/1/20194/12/20192019April   11Producer prices mixed in 2018, energy prices retreat from 2017 highs
3/24/20193/22/20192019March   41Want more workers? Improve parental leave policies
3/3/20193/15/20192019March   31Can employers sustain profitability while employees delay their retirement?
3/2/20193/15/20192019March   21Does increased opioid use lead to declines in labor market participation?
3/1/20193/8/20192019March   11Is the U.S. labor market for truck drivers broken?
2/5/20193/8/20192019February   51The kids are alright: millennials and the economy
2/4/20192/15/20192019February   41Collecting union status for the Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries: a Massachusetts case study
2/3/20192/8/20192019February   31State institutions and economic prosperity
2/2/20192/8/20192019February   21Balancing college and kids: estimating time allocation differences for college students with and without children
2/1/20192/8/20192019February   11Should the Phillips curve consider new variables in this economy?
1/6/20192/8/20192019January   61Understanding slavery through cliometrics
1/5/20191/25/20192019January   51Adjusted for demographics, U.S. labor market not overly tight
1/4/20191/25/20192019January   41Racial and ethnic disparities in access to and use of paid family and medical leave: evidence from four nationally representative datasets
1/3/20191/11/20192019January   31Declining labor turnover in the Unites States: evidence and implications from the Panel Study of Income Dynamics
1/2/20191/11/20192019January   21Patching holes in production ecosystems
1/1/20191/11/20192019January   11Can unions significantly reduce wage inequality? Depends on whether you're in the public or private sector
12/5/20181/4/20192018December   51A new approach for quality-adjusting PPI microprocessors
12/4/201812/14/20182018December   41Is publication in the T5 synonymous with career success for academic economists?
12/3/201812/14/20182018December   31Leaving a job during the Great Recession: evidence from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth 1979
12/2/201812/7/20182018December   21Doing away with tax havens - good or bad?
12/1/201812/7/20182018December   11Economic policy and national wealth
11/6/201811/30/20182018November   61Occupational injuries and illnesses among registered nurses
11/5/201811/30/20182018November   51It doesn't pay (as much) to enter the labor market during a recession
11/4/201811/21/20182018November   41A letter that transforms: a look at the Pell Letter initiative
11/3/201811/16/20182018November   31Measuring labor market activity today: are the words work and job too limiting for surveys?
11/2/201811/16/20182018November   21Working off the beaten path: men in traditionally female jobs
11/1/201811/9/20182018November   11A feminist choice: longitudinal work-family decisions into the new millennium
10/5/201811/5/20182018October   51Ten years later - the financial crisis cost every American $70,000 in lifetime income
10/4/201810/24/20182018October   41How did employment fare a decade after its 2008 peak?
10/3/201810/5/20182018October   31Job openings reach a new high in 2017, hires and quits also increase
10/2/201810/5/20182018October   21Down and down we go: the falling U.S. labor force participation rate
10/1/201810/5/20182018October   11The second century of workers' compensation programs
9/4/20189/28/20182018September   41Pension reform: the case of Ilinois
9/3/20189/28/20182018September   31Electronically mediated work: new questions in the Contingent Worker Supplement
9/2/20189/7/20182018September   21Why are employer-sponsored health insurance premiums higher in the public sector than in the private sector?
9/1/20189/7/20182018September   11Work sharing: reducing unemployment in good times and bad
8/5/20188/24/20182018August   51Productivity in transit: a new measure of labor productivity for urban transit systems
8/4/20188/24/20182018August   41The fall of employment in the manufacturing sector
8/3/20188/24/20182018August   31What happened to the employers surveyed by the BLS Mass Layoff Statistics Program
8/2/20188/10/20182018August   21Shale gas production and labor market trends in the U.S. Marcellus-Utica region over the last decade
8/1/20188/10/20182018August   11Compromise at work: processes, policies, and outcomes that shape U.S. labor relations
7/6/20188/10/20182018July   61Labor force participation and employment rates declining for prime-age men and women
7/5/20188/10/20182018July   51Examining the market power of on-demand labor platforms in the gig economy
7/4/20187/27/20182018July   41Study measures effect of labor market concentration on wages
7/3/20187/27/20182018July   31Multifactor productivity slowdown in U.S. manufacturing
7/2/20187/13/20182018July   21Are your nest eggs toast? The evolving transition to retirement in Western economics
7/1/20187/13/20182018July   11Aiding the poor with self-employment and small-business ownership
6/7/20186/29/20182018June   71Cross-validation of quality-adjustment methods for price indexes
6/6/20186/29/20182018June   61Proposed steel and aluminum tariffs: U.S. GDP gets a trim
6/5/20186/15/20182018June   51Healthcare jobs and the Great Recession
6/4/20186/12/20182018June   41Opening the gate: disability politics and social responsibility
6/3/20186/12/20182018June   31Producer prices, 2017: inflation accelerates across the sages of production
6/2/20186/12/20182018June   21Can a housing wealth shock stifle the creative output of workers?
6/1/20186/12/20182018June   11Consumer expenditure surveys methods symposium and microdata users' workshop, July 18-21, 2017
5/9/20185/25/20182018May (no.9)    1Older workers - are they aging successfully?
5/8/20185/25/20182018May (no.8)    1Counting strike threats
5/7/20185/25/20182018May (no.7)    1Men's declining labor force participation
5/6/20185/21/20182018May (no.6)    1What is the impact of recoding travel activities in the American Time Use Survey
5/5/20185/21/20182018May (no.5)    1How Airbnb has affected the hotel industry
5/4/20185/14/20182018May (no.4)    1Why is retirement often more costly for married women than for married men?
5/3/20185/14/20182018May (no.3)    1Labor's new challenge - securing the rights of informal workers
5/2/20185/14/20182018May (no.2)    1Employment growth moderates in 2017, continuing a lengthy expansionary period
5/1/20185/7/20182018May (no.1)    1Occupational separations: a new method for projecting workforce needs
4/4/20184/30/20182018April (no.4)    1Job market continued to improve in 2017 as the unemployment rate declined to a 17-year low
4/3/20184/30/20182018April (no.3)    1What's p with low inflation?
4/2/20184/16/20182018April (no.2)    1Why women work: a historical analysis of women in the labor force
4/1/20184/9/20182018April (no.1)    1Great Recession, great recovery? Trends from the Current Population Survey
3/6/20183/26/20182018March (no.6)    1Who chooses part-time work and why?
3/5/20183/26/20182018March (no.5)    1The effects of the rent burden on low income families
3/4/20183/19/20182018March (no.4)    1Comparing NAICS-based Producer Price Index industry net output data and International Price Program import data
3/3/20183/19/20182018March (no.3)    1Federal policies toward eliminating the wealth gap between whites and hispanics
3/2/20183/19/20182018March (no.2)    1Fun facts about Millennials: comparing expenditure patterns from the latest through the Greatest Generation
3/1/20183/19/20182018March (no.1)    1Do foreign-born workers affect Americans' labor market decisions?
2/7/20183/5/20182018February (no.7)    1How your viewpoint impacts your mortgage leverage choice
2/6/20183/5/20182018February (no.6)    1An examination of the Phillips curve using city-level data
2/5/20182/26/20182018February (no.5)    1The effects of occupational licensing on labor market outcomes
2/4/20182/26/20182018February (no.4)    1Improving initial estimates of the Chained Consumer Price Index
2/3/20182/19/20182018February (no.3)    1Labor market effects of offshoring
2/2/20182/19/20182018February (no.2)    1Free prices: the key to a successful economy
2/1/20182/19/20182018February (no.1)    1Workplace hazards facing line installers and repairers
1/8/20182/5/20182018January (no.8)    1The importance of workers who practice mindfulness and meditation
1/7/20182/5/20182018January (no.7)    1Metropolitan and nonmetropolitan labor markets
1/6/20181/29/20182018January (no.6)    1The Current Population Survey - tracking unemployment in the United States for over 75 years
1/5/20181/22/20182018January (no.5)    1How climate change is moving the needle for livestock and agricultural production
1/4/20181/22/20182018January (no.4)    1Crude petroleum prices and retail fuel margins: an empirical examination
1/3/20181/22/20182018January (no.3)    1Can "bigger" be a roadblock?
1/2/20181/22/20182018January (no.2)    1Program participation and spending patterns of families receiving government means-tested assistance
1/1/20181/16/20182018January (no.1)    1Measuring productivity growth in construction
12/5/201712/21/20172017December (no.5)    1Trends among native- and foreign-born workers in U.S. computer industries
12/4/201712/21/20172017December (no.4)    1Crude oil prices spurt gains for U.S. import and export price indexes, despite the appreciating dollar: 2016 annual summary
12/3/201712/18/20172017December (no.3)    1Easing the tension: economic growth and our dwindling natural resources
12/2/201712/18/20172017December (no.2)    1Housing and consumption: the home-purchase connection
12/1/201712/18/20172017December (no.1)    1The American home: production cost, availability, selling price, and the implications to our economy
11/7/201712/4/20172017November (no.7)    1The unexplainable, growing black-white wage gap
11/6/201712/4/20172017November (no.6)    1Full employment: an assumption within BLS projections
11/5/201711/13/20172017November (no.5)    1Retirement-claiming decisions: a survey
11/4/201711/6/20172017November (no.4)    1A quarterly benchmarking procedure for the current employment statistics program
11/3/201711/6/20172017November (no.3)    1Benchmarking the current employment statistics survey: perspectives on current research
11/2/201711/6/20172017November (no.2)    1Benchmarking the current employment statistics state and area estimates
11/1/201711/6/20172017November (no.1)    1Labor in the U.S. empire: a historical perspective
10/4/201711/6/20172017October (no.4)    1Benchmarking the current employment statistics survey: the past, present, and future
10/3/201711/6/20172017October (no.3)    1Do consumer price index headlines matter? They just might.
10/2/201710/30/20172017October (no.2)    1Projections overview and highlights, 2016-26
10/1/201710/9/20172017October (no.1)    1The cost effectiveness of job-creating economic policies
9/29/201710/9/20172017September (no.3)    1Counting injuries and illnesses in the workplace: an international review
9/25/20179/25/20172017September (no.2)    1Employment trends by typical entry-level education requirement
9/1/20179/11/20172017September (no.1)    1Productivity and progress
8/5/20179/5/20172017August (no.5)    1Age discrimination and reform of the U.S. Social Security system
8/4/20179/5/20172017August (no.4)    1Change in federal and state unemployment insurance legislation in2016
8/3/20178/7/20172017August (no.3)    1Can competitive product markets reduce workplace discrimination?
8/2/20178/7/20172017August (no.2)    1Job openings, hires, and separations rise, but at a slower pace, in 2016
8/1/20178/7/20172017August (no.1)    1Missing: America's middle-educated workers
7/5/20178/7/20172017July (no.5)    1The effect of natural disasters on local economics
7/4/20178/7/20172017July (no.4)    1How safe are the workers who process our food?
7/3/20177/24/20172017July (no.3)    1Raising the minimum wage in three different ways: what are the effects?
7/2/20177/24/20172017July (no.2)    1Nursing and the Great Recession
7/1/20177/24/20172017July (no.1)    1The future of oil prices: a break with the past?
6/5/20177/10/20172017June (no.5)    1The impact of technology on labor market
6/4/20177/10/20172017June (no.4)    1The impact of business cycles on job mobility
6/3/20176/19/20172017June (no.3)    1Hospital workers: an assessment of occupational injuries and illness
6/2/20176/19/20172017June (no.2)    1The effect of state parity laws on how providers treat substance use disorder
6/1/20176/12/20172017June (no.1)    1Navigating national regulations and global changes: international and comparative employment
5/7/20176/5/20172017May (no.7)    1Employed workers leaving the labor force: an analysis of recent trends
5/6/20176/5/20172017May (no.6)    1Flexible jobs give workers choices
5/5/20176/5/20172017May (no.5)    1Does bankruptcy hurt an individual's ability to be hired or borrow money?
5/4/20175/30/20172017May (no.4)    1Consumer expenditure surveys methods symposium and microdata users' workshop, July 12-15, 2016
5/3/20175/30/20172017May (no.3)    1Music for the people: the role of music in the southern textile strikes of 1929-34
5/2/20175/30/20172017May (no.2)    1The "marriage premium" and the economic impact it can have on children
5/1/20175/15/20172017May (no.1)    1Tradable and nontradable inflation indexes: replicating New Zealand's tradable indexes with BLS CPI data
4/8/20175/8/20172017April (no.8)    1Words pack a punch in online job recruiting
4/7/20175/8/20172017April (no.7)    1Navigation the shadow economy: only the shadow knows
4/6/20175/1/20172017April (no.6)    1Words pack a punch in online job recruiting
4/5/20175/1/20172017April (no.5)    1Navigating the shadow economy: only the shadow knows
4/4/20174/24/20172017April (no.4)    1Is there age discrimination in hiring?
4/3/20174/24/20172017April (no.3)    1Examining price transmission across labor compensation costs, consumer prices, and finished-goods prices
4/2/20174/24/20172017April (no.2)    1Employment expansion continues but at a slower pace
4/1/20174/24/20172017April (no.1)    1"Superstar" companies to blame for workers' falling share of income
3/8/20174/10/20172017March (no.8)    1Unemployment holds steady for much of 2016 but edges down in the fourth quarter
3/7/20173/27/20172017March (no.7)    1Water and food security in a changing world
3/6/20173/27/20172017March (no.6)    1An analysis of private long-term disability insurance access, cost, and trends
3/5/20173/27/20172017March (no.5)    1Eliminating poverty in the 21st century: using entrepreneurship, innovation, and technology to help the poor help themselves
3/4/20173/13/20172017March (no.4)    1Economic productivity in the air transportation industry: multifactor and labor productivity trends, 1990-2014
3/3/20173/13/20172017March (no.3)    1Does employer bias affect worker performance?
3/2/20173/13/20172017March (no.2)    1Changes in the life cycle of women's employment
3/1/20173/13/20172017March (no.1)    1Producer prices, 2016: goods inflation returns and price increases for services move higher
2/10/20172/27/20172017February (no.10)    1Estimating the U.S. labor share
2/9/20172/27/20172017February (no.9)    1Income and health outcomes
2/8/20172/27/20172017February (no.8)    1The future of flex: recommendations for improving workplace flexibility
2/7/20172/27/20172017February (no.7)    1Multiple jobholding in states in 2015
2/6/20172/20/20172017February (no.6)    1Teen labor force participation before and after the Great Recession and beyond
2/5/20172/20/20172017February (no.5)    1Online job search: the new normal
2/4/20172/20/20172017February (no.4)    1Using the job mobility of young workers to assess the U.S. labor market
2/3/20172/20/20172017February (no.3)    1Occupational choices of the elderly
2/2/20172/13/20172017February (no.2)    1An NCAA coach's blueprint for success: wins on the filed or achievement in the classroom?
2/1/20172/13/20172017February (no.1)    1Wage and job-skill distributions in the National Compensation Survey
1/5/20171/23/20172017January (no.5)    1History of child labor in the United States - part 2: the reform movement
1/4/20171/23/20172017January (no.4)    1Firms' productivity rises as women becomes executives
1/3/20171/23/20172017January (no.3)    1History of child labor in the United States- part 1: little children working
1/2/20171/23/20172017January (no.2)    1How banning box encourages discrimination
1/1/20171/23/20172017January (no.1)    1Rethinking the right to refuse hazardous work
12/8/20161/3/20172016December (no.8)    1Underemployment among Hispanics: the case of involuntary part-time work
12/7/201612/27/20162016December (no.7)    1Reducing barriers of occupational licensing: insights from nursing
12/6/201612/27/20162016December (no.6)    1Wage and employment fluctuations during the housing market cycle.
12/5/201612/12/20162016December (no.5)    1Suicide in the workforce
12/4/201612/12/20162016December (no.4)    1Temp workers, permanent effects: how temps changed the nature of the U.S. workforce
12/3/201612/12/20162016December (no.3)    1Disabled veterans and veterans with service-connected disabilities: are they the same?
12/2/201612/12/20162016December (no.2)    1Appraising the performance of performance appraisals
12/1/201612/12/20162016December (no.1)    1Workforce growth in community-based care: meeting the needs of an aging population
11/6/201612/5/20162016November (no.6)    1My coworkers are making me sick
11/5/201612/5/20162016November (no.5)    1Adding questions on certifications and licenses to the Current Population Survey
11/4/201611/21/20162016November (no.4)    1Analyzing OMB classification of regions: three case studies
11/3/201611/21/20162016November (no.3)    1Establishment, firm, or enterprise: does the unit of analysis matter?
11/2/201611/14/20162016November (no.2)    1Occupational Requirement Survey: results from a job observation pilot test
11/1/201611/14/20162016November (no.1)    1Consumer spending: past and present
10/8/201610/31/20162016October (no.8)    1Longitudinal data from the Occupational Employment Statistics survey
10/7/201610/31/20162016October (no.7)    1Why manufacturing matters
10/6/201610/24/20162016October (no.6)    1100 years of Current Employment Statistics: busting CES myths
10/5/201610/24/20162016October (no.5)    1The 2018 revision of the Consumer Price Index geographic sample
10/4/201610/17/20162016October (no.4)    1The labor supply of veterans with disabilities, 1995-2014
10/3/201610/10/20162016October (no.3)    1Reconstruction of CES time series: implementing the 2010 OMB metropolitan are delineations
10/2/201610/10/20162016October (no.2)    1Violence, boys and the labor market
10/1/201610/10/20162016October (no.1)    1How should we define "low-wage" work? An analysis using eh current Population Survey
9/8/20169/29/20162016September (no.8)    1Labor force participation: what has happened since the peak?
9/7/20169/29/20162016September (no.7)    1Explaining changes in educational attainment over time
9/6/20169/29/20162016September (no.6)    1Heterogeneous education output measures for public school students with and without disabilities
9/5/20169/29/20162016September (no.5)    1An update on SOII undercount research activities
9/4/20169/29/20162016September (no.4)    1Popular money-saving strategies prove elusive for low-income households
9/3/20169/26/20162016September (no.3)    1Young adults and trends in household formation
9/2/20169/26/20162016September (no.2)    1Job openings, hires, and separations return to prerecession levels in 2015
9/1/20169/26/20162016September (no.1)    1The price of political power
8/10/20169/6/20162016August (no.10)    1100 years of current employment statistics - an overview of survey advancements
8/9/20169/6/20162016August (no.9)    1Awareness and usage of the sharing economy
8/8/20169/6/20162016August (no.8)    1Current employment statistics survey: 100 years of employment, hours and earnings
8/7/20168/22/20162016August (no.7)    1Putting violence in perspective: how safe are America's educators in the workplace?
8/6/20168/22/20162016August (no.6)    1Poor is poor and middle is middle, and never the twain shall go any higher
8/5/20168/22/20162016August (no.5)    1Injuries from falls to lower levels, 2013
8/4/20168/22/20162016August (no.4)    1One hundred years of Current Employment Statistics - the history of CES sample design
8/3/20168/22/20162016August (no.3)    1May the invisible hand with you: Can he U.S. market-driven labor system do better without reducing productivity and growth?
8/2/20168/8/20162016August (no.2)    1Introducing 2012 fixed employment weights for the Employment Cost Index
8/1/20168/8/20162016August (no.1)    1Price transmission within the Producer Price Index Final Demand - Intermediate Demand aggregation system
7/5/20168/8/20162016July (no.5)    1An analysis of long-term unemployment
7/4/20168/8/20162016July (no.4)    1Keeping up with basic needs: spending patterns over the past 30 years
7/3/20168/1/20162016July (no.3)    1Changes in federal and state unemployment insurance legislation in 2015
7/2/20168/1/20162016July (no.2)    1Currency invoicing and the implications for prices
7/1/20167/11/20162016July (no.1)    1The Monthly Labor Review at 100 - part IV: employee benefits, industries and occupations, and worker safety and health since 1980
6/10/20167/1/20162016June (no.10)    1Labor productivity growth in elementary and secondary school services: 1989-2012
6/9/20167/1/20162016June (no.9)    1Long may they live: cities and neighborhoods over the centuries
6/8/20167/1/20162016June (no.8)    1Measuring quarterly labor productivity by industry
6/7/20167/1/20162016June (no.7)    1The effect of the Affordable Care Act's Medicaid expansion on health insurance coverage in 2014
6/6/20167/1/20162016June (no.6)    1The Monthly Labor Review at 100- Part III: inflation, employment, and the labor force since 1980
6/5/20167/1/20162016June (no.5)    1Does the place you grew up in shape your future as an entrepreneur? Evidence from Italy
6/4/20167/1/20162016June (no.4)    1Labor market will shape U.S. economy in years to come
6/3/20166/13/20162016June (no.3)    1The first 50 years of the producer price index: setting inflation expectations for today
6/2/20166/13/20162016June (no.2)    1Are your being taken for a phool?
6/1/20166/13/20162016June (no.1)    1Consumer expenditure survey methods symposium and microdata users' workshop, 2015
5/31/20165/31/20162016May (no.9)    1The Monthly Labor Review through a century of economic transformation
5/29/20165/31/20162016May (no.8)    1New insights into callback likelihood for unemployed job applicants
5/28/20165/31/20162016May (no.7)    1the Monthly Labor Review at 100 - Part II: the "middle years," 1930-80
5/27/20165/31/20162016May (no.6)    1Would standardized job testing assist employers in hiring the right employee?
5/23/20165/23/20162016May (no.5)    1Sluggish post-recession wage growth: are comparing apples to apples?
5/16/20165/16/20162016May (no.4)    1Social capital and career advancement for African Americans
5/13/20165/16/20162016May (no.3)    1The balance of technology, data, and values
5/9/20165/9/20162016May (no.2)    1The Monthly Labor Review at 100 - Part I: the early years, 1915-30
5/7/20165/9/20162016May (no.1)    1Behavioral economics: Humans vs. Econs, a history of bringing traditional economics down to earth
4/29/20165/2/20162016April (no.9)    1Unemployment rate nears prerecession level by end of 2015
4/28/20165/2/20162016April (no.8)    1Employment continued to expand in 2015
4/27/20165/2/20162016April (no.7)    1Fertility of women in the NLSY79
4/26/20165/2/20162016April (no.6)    1Are older Americans health enough to work longer?
4/25/20165/2/20162016April (no.5)    1Evolution of administrative practices in American unions: results from a 20-year study
4/18/20164/18/20162016April (no.4)    1The Consumer Expenditure Survey redesign initiative
4/15/20164/18/20162016April (no.3)    1Strategic paring of colleagues is an effective job-training method
4/11/20164/18/20162016April (no.2)    1Purchasing power: using wage statistics with regional price parities to create a standard for comparing wages across U.S.
4/4/20164/4/20162016April (no.1)    1Navigating through a sea of blue-collar presuppositions
3/30/20164/4/20162016March (no.6)    1Comparing the Consumer Price Index with the gross domestic product price index and gross domestic product implicit price deflator
3/29/20164/4/20162016March (no.5)    1Growing up in high-poverty areas can affect your employment
3/28/20163/28/20162016March (no.4)    1Expect 25 years of rapid change
3/3/20163/21/20162016March (no.3)    1Current Employment Statistics data and their contributions as key economic indicators
3/2/20163/14/20162016March (no.2)    1A new approach to work-hour instability
3/1/20163/14/20162016March (no.1)    1I, robot?
2/9/20163/7/20162016February (no.9)    1Nonprofits in America: new research data on employment, wages and establishments
2/8/20163/7/20162016February (no.8)    1Technology may disrupt occupations, but it won't kill jobs
2/7/20163/7/20162016February (no.7)    1Labor economics through the eyes of three French economists
2/6/20162/29/20162016February (no.6)    1Does paid family leave increase leave taking among fathers?
2/5/20162/29/20162016February (no.5)    1Reimagining the Monthly Review, July 1915
2/4/20162/15/20162016February (no.4)    1Does outlawing pay secrecy increase the gender wage gap in the United States?
2/3/20162/15/20162016February (no.3)    1Labor markets in 2040: big data could be a big deal for jobseekers
2/2/20162/8/20162016February (no.2)    1The life of American workers in 1915
2/1/20162/8/20162016February (no.1)    1A price index that matches perceptions of inflation
1/9/20162/1/20162016January (no.9)    1Nonprofit pay and benefits: estimates from the National Compensation Study
1/8/20161/25/20162016January (no.8)    1Reflections on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the Monthly Labor Review
1/7/20161/25/20162016January (no.7)    1The lure of big cities for the highly educated
1/6/20161/25/20162016January (no.6)    1Money walks, money talks: why it travels from state to state and what it means for states and you
1/5/20161/25/20162016January (no.5)    1One hundred years of Current Employment Statistics data collection
1/4/20161/25/20162016January (no.4)    1The laboring labor share of income: the "miracle" ends
1/3/20161/19/20162016January (no.3)    1International migration patterns amid globalization
1/2/20161/19/20162016January (no.2)    1Does labor demand influence time to the doctorate?
1/1/20161/19/20162016January (no.1)    1Which industries need workers? Exploring differences in labor market activity
12/9/201512/30/20152015December (no.9)    1Do low-tax states lure high-paid talent?
12/8/201512/30/20152015December (no.8)    1Cutting costs, growing problems: hospital issues in the United States and Canada
12/7/201512/30/20152015December (no.7)    1How was your weekend? Would your answer be different if you were happy at your job?
12/6/201512/30/20152015December (no.6)    1A century of the Monthly Labor Review: projections and prognostications
12/5/201512/30/20152015December (no.5)    1Labor force projections to 2024: the labor force is growing, but slowly
12/4/201512/30/20152015December (no.4)    1Th U.S. economy to 2024
12/3/201512/30/20152015December (no.3)    1Industry employment and output projections to 2024
12/2/201512/30/20152015December (no.2)    1Occupational employment projections to 2024
12/1/201512/30/20152015December (no.1)    1Overview of projections to 2024
12/1/20151/11/20162015December (no.10)    1The quest for meaningful and accurate occupational health and safety statistics
11/9/201512/30/20152015November (no.9)    1Smart machines and the future u.S. workforce
11/8/201511/30/20152015November (no.8)    1Evaluation of BLS employment, labor force and macroeconomic projections to 2006, 2008, and 2010
11/7/201511/30/20152015November (no.7)    1Is involuntary part-time work here to stay?
11/6/201511/23/20152015November (no.6)    1The occupational requirements survey: estimates from preproduction testing
11/5/201511/23/20152015November (no.5)    1One benefit of a weak job market: better teachers
11/4/201511/23/20152015November (no.4)    1Future surveys
11/3/201511/23/20152015November (no.3)    1Understanding strikes in CES estimates
11/2/201511/9/20152015November (no.2)    1The satisfaction of retirement
11/1/201511/9/20152015November (no.1)    1Looking at the labor market of 25 years from now: demography, demography, demography
10/10/201511/2/20152015October (no.10)    1A best way to help low-wage workers?
10/9/201510/26/20152015October (no.9)    1A more highly educated labor force makes everyone better off ... right?
10/8/201510/26/20152015October (no.8)    1Working overtime: who really benefits?
10/7/201510/26/20152015October (no.7)    1Digitization changes everything
10/6/201510/26/20152015October (no.6)    1New PPI net inputs to industry indexes
10/5/201510/19/20152015October (no.5)    1To retire of not to retire
10/4/201510/19/20152015October (no.4)    1New measure of labor productivity for private community hospitals: 1993-2012
10/3/201510/13/20152015October (no.3)    1Labor law highlights, 1915-2015
10/2/201510/13/20152015October (no.2)    1Job switching: a prelude to wage growth?
10/1/201510/5/20152015October (no.1)    1Freelancers in the U.S. workforce
9/8/201510/5/20152015September (no.8)    1Revisiting the dilemma of review for modeled wage estimates by job characteristic
9/7/20159/28/20152015September (no.7)    1Measuring wage inequality within and across U.S. metropolitan areas, 2003-13
9/6/20159/21/20152015September (no.6)    1The National Longitudinal Surveys of Youth: research highlights
9/5/20159/21/20152015September (no.5)    1Puerto Rico: a study of population loss amid economic decline
9/4/20159/21/20152015September (no.4)    1The increasing importance of Hispanics to the U.S. workforce
9/3/20159/21/20152015September (no.3)    1Opinions about union member ship
9/2/20159/21/20152015September (no.2)    1Pay protection during temporary absences from work: what we know and what we don't know
9/1/20159/21/20152015September (no.1)    1shining alight on the shadow
8/9/20158/24/20152015August (no.9)    1Multiple jobholding in the states in 2014
8/8/20158/24/20152015August (no. 8)    1Preserving the American Dream in the face of change
8/7/20158/24/20152015August (no.7)    1Lower oil prices, Texas, and the national economy
8/6/20158/17/20152015August (no.6)    1Consumer spending in World War II: the forgotten consumer expenditure surveys
8/5/20158/17/20152015August (no.5)    1Do couples with children spend less time together during recessions?
8/4/20158/17/20152015August (no.4)    1Locked up and locked out of the U.S. labor market
8/3/20158/10/20152015August (no.3)    1The pendulum will swing back
8/2/20158/10/20152015August (no.2)    1Life after NFL
8/1/20158/10/20152015August (no.1)    1Changes in federal and state unemployment insurance legislation in 2014
7/27/20158/10/20152015July (no.9)    1Stuck in the middle: job market polarization
7/26/20158/10/20152015July (no.8)    1Comparison of U.S. and international labor turnover statistics
7/24/20157/24/20152015July (no.7)    1Why do former high school athletes earn more than everyone else?
7/20/20157/20/20152015July (no.6)    1Consumer Expenditure Survey Microdata Users' workshop and survey Methods Symposium, 2014
7/15/20157/13/20152015July (no.5)    1Compensation inequity: evidence from the National Compensation Survey
7/14/20157/13/20152015July (no.4)    1Jobs out of blue
7/13/20157/13/20152015July (no.3)    1Celebrating 100 years of the Monthly Labor Review
7/12/20157/13/20152015 July (no.2)12   1Rising to the challenge of a 21st century workforce
7/11/20157/13/20152015July (no.10    1Preparing for the future - whatever it might hold
7/7/20157/6/20152015June (no.7)    1The role of BLS import and export price indexes in the real GDP
7/6/20157/6/20152015June (no.6)    1Migrants: making it in the melting pot
6/30/20156/29/20152015June (no.5)    1Teenagers' behaviors and time use respond to changing economic conditions
6/29/20156/29/20152015June (no.4)    1The relationship between access to benefits and weekly work hours
6/3/20156/9/20152015June (no.3)    1Job opening reach a new high, hires and quirts also increase
6/2/20156/9/20152015June (no.2)    1Could healthcare reform be a game changer for U.S. self-employment? Evidence from Massachusetts
6/1/20156/9/20152015June (no.1)    1Measuring the generosity of employer-sponsored health plans: an actuarial-value approach
5/29/20156/1/20152015May (no.7)    1Automatic enrollment, employer match rates, and employee compensation in 401(k) plans
5/28/20156/1/20152015May (no.6)    1STEM crisis or STEM surplus? Yes and yes.
5/27/20156/1/20152015May (no.5)    1The retirement age and the deficit
5/26/20155/26/20152015May (no.4)    1Do concerns about being popular keep students from making scholastic investments?
5/22/20155/26/20152015May (no.3)    1The de-licensing of occupations in the United States
5/18/20155/18/20152015May (no.2)    1The role of industry clusters in economic development in some Midwest cities
5/8/20155/18/20152015May (no.1)    1Graduating with both the degree and the debt
5/4/20155/4/20152015April (no.9)    1Comparing with original: a look at Current Employment Statistics vintage data
4/24/20154/24/20152015April (no.8)    1CES employment recovers in 2014
4/22/20154/24/20152015April (no.7)    1Continued improvement in U.S. labor market in 2014
4/20/20154/20/20152015April (no.6)    1Thinking of going to grad school? this study says it will be worth it.
4/5/20154/13/20152015April (no.5)    1The National Compensation survey and the Affordable Care Act: preserving quality health care data
4/4/20154/13/20152015April (no.4)    1Workplace hazards of truck drivers
4/3/20154/13/20152015April (no.3)    1Sitting on the job slows women down
4/2/20154/13/20152015April (no.2)    1Reforms in education: the challenges in Michigan (and elsewhere)
4/1/20154/7/20152015April (no.1)    1Multiple jobholding over the past two decades
3/6/20153/30/20152015March (no.6)    1Travel expenditures, 2005-2013: domestic and international patterns in recession and recovery
3/5/20153/30/20152015March (no.5)    1Does labor market activity affect voter turnout?
3/4/20153/30/20152015March (no.4)    1Gender gap in financial literacy transcends national borders
3/3/20153/16/20152015March (no.3)    1Has performance pay contributed to the rise of inequality in the United States?
3/2/20153/16/20152015March (no.2)    1Lifting the veil on human trafficking
3/1/20153/16/20152015March (no.1)    1A look at violence in the workplace against psychiatric aides and psychiatric technicians
2/6/20153/2/20152015February (no.6)    1Left versus right: the impact of handedness on future earnings
2/5/20153/2/20152015February (no.5)    1How knowledge spillover contributes to economic growth in metro areas
2/4/20153/2/20152015February (no.4)    1The economy: applying theory to reality
2/3/20152/16/20152015February (no.3)    1An African growth miracle?
2/2/20152/16/20152015February (no.2)    1When the wheels on the bus stop going round and round: occupational injuries, illnesses, and fatalities in public transportation
2/1/20152/16/20152015February (no.1)    1Understanding the labor-management relationship in Germany
1/26/20152/2/20152015January (no.5)    1Fiscal impetus and the Great Recession
1/25/20152/2/20152015January (no.4)    1Analysis of the Current employment Statistics program using customer outreach survey results
1/24/20152/2/20152015January (no.3)    1Railroads: old industry still vital in today's economy
1/23/20151/23/20152015January (no.2)    1Worker's expectations about losing and replacing their jobs: 35 years of change
1/16/20151/16/20152015January (no.1)    1Better retirement planning

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