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March weather likely at play in state jobs report
April 20, 2018

Overall costs and benefits, not job loss, should be the metric by which we evaluate minimum wage increases
April 18, 2018

EPI submits comments to the National Labor Relations Board supporting its updated Election Rule
April 17, 2018

Swings in the weather lead to swings in employment
April 6, 2018

Women and African Americans are more likely to be subject to mandatory arbitration
April 6, 2018

The New York Fed doubles down on a flawed process
April 3, 2018

51 economists sign letter to Congress in support of robust funding for the 2020 census
April 2, 2018

Media Advisory: Denying workers their rights from their first day on the job
March 28, 2018

How full employment, smart regulations and investments, and a “public option” for jobseekers can generate economic security
March 27, 2018

Nearly every state experienced job growth in February
March 23, 2018

Fiscal commission would increase inequality in Connecticut
March 22, 2018

Limiting corporate tax deductibility won’t stop spiraling CEO pay
March 22, 2018

Other states should follow California’s lead and pass laws that can protect labor standards for unauthorized immigrant workers
March 22, 2018

Economic impact of steel and aluminum tariffs will be quite minor
March 22, 2018

Secretary Acosta went to great lengths to bury DOL’s analysis showing his tip rule is bad for workers
March 21, 2018

U.S. Court of Appeals decision on fiduciary rule will hurt retirement savers
March 16, 2018

EPI launches new website aimed at supporting state and local progressive policy research
March 14, 2018

American manufacturing workers still enjoy a compensation premium over other similar workers
March 12, 2018

Strong employment growth and promising participation, but wage growth continues to fall short
March 9, 2018

Congress should pass bill with protections for tipped workers
March 7, 2018

EPI updates Family Budget Calculator with data on the cost of living in every county and major metropolitan area
March 6, 2018

Trade remedies for steel and aluminum were long overdue
March 1, 2018

Wages grew for most workers in 2017, but slowly and unequally
March 1, 2018

Tangelo Park Program embodies a broader, bolder approach to education
February 27, 2018

50 years after the Kerner Commission, black Americans are not economically equal
February 26, 2018

Examination of work hours reveals two labor markets: Some people are working more than ever, while others struggle to get any work at all
February 22, 2018

The concerted attack on public sector union workers is a coordinated effort financed by wealthy donors
February 21, 2018

African American and Hispanic unemployment rates are higher than white unemployment rates in every state at the end of 2017
February 20, 2018

Trade remedies for steel and aluminum are long overdue
February 16, 2018

Pennsylvania public school teachers face a 12 percent pay penalty
February 15, 2018

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