David Madland discusses a new private-sector retirement-plan type called the Secure, Accessible, Flexible, and Efficient, or SAFE, Retirement Plan before the Maryland Joint Committee on Pensions.
Issue Brief Congress must move past its partisan pettiness and enact policies to help the American economy.
By 2030, people of color will play a much more significant role in the American workforce.
Report Rebuilding our economy from the middle out—not from the top down—is central to creating an American economy that works for Millennials.
New Census Bureau data underscore how critical unions are in building strong middle classes across the country.
This infographic shows how the California minimum-wage increase will affect the state’s working families.
These three charts present today’s new Census figures in a historical context and illustrate how the middle class has struggled to make headway in an increasingly unequal economy.
The decline of labor unions is an often-overlooked factor in the decreasing share of national income going to the middle class.
The lack of media focus on labor helps ignore the relative paucity of benefits for American workers.
Common-sense immigration reform such as S. 744, which was passed by the Senate in June, will lead to higher wages and better job opportunities for all American workers.
Detroit’s Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr should immediately make public the methods that he and his actuaries are using to claim that the city’s pension funds are in dire condition.
Our sluggish economic growth is not a result of economic forces of nature, but rather due to the forces of politics.