老湿免费福利体检区

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    ANNOUNCEMENT Interested in the latest BLS COVID-19 economic research? Read more »

    Featured Article

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    August 2020

    The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on food price indexes and data collection

    Dave Mead, Karen Ransom, Stephen B. Reed, Scott Sager

    This article describes the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on price changes for food categories within the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics import/export price indexes, producer price indexes, and consumer price indexes. In addition, the article assesses the pandemic’s impact on price data collection efforts. Safety precautions established during the pandemic created data collection challenges for some price indexes more than others.

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    Book Reviews

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    Baking a bigger pie and eating it, too: the false tradeoff between innovation and equality

    Sarah Mattson

    This book explains how smart policy decisions can foster both innovation and equality, with no tradeoff between those two goals.

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    Beyond BLS

    What to do about our aging workforce—the employers’ response

    Charlotte M. Irby

    Over 65 and still working—how do employers respond?

    Working women and the early COVID-19 shutdowns

    Douglas Himes

    How have job losses caused by COVID-19 affected working women?

    The consistency of economic recoveries over the 1949–2019 period

    Jonathan Yoe

    This study shows that the unemployment rate declines in a predictable way following recessions.

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    Flashback
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    October 1994

    To mark the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), let’s look back at labor force trends for people with disabilities before ADA was enacted.

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