Before Valentine's Day, the authors focus on the economic outcomes of single, cohabiting, and married individuals.
The Child Care for Working Families Act, introduced by Sen. Patty Murray and Rep. Bobby Scott, would result in 2.3 million new jobs.
Michele and Igor sit down with CAP Senior Fellow Seth Hanlon and entrepreneur and 1 percenter Nick Hanauer to talk about the Republican tax plan and trickle-down economics.
Congress can use the farm bill to sustain the nation’s forests and create thousands of jobs by encouraging smart investments in the full range of natural resources and services that forests provide.
State and local policymakers have the power to raise standards for gig economy workers and independent contractors throughout the U.S. economy.
President Trump’s and congressional Republicans’ budgets cut programs that ensure a basic standard of living for veterans and their families.
On Friday, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics will release its Employment Situation Summary for the month of August. Here are some labor market indicators to watch.
This report calls for using open data standards to improve the quality and availability of online job postings, and in turn, enhance competition and innovation in the market for job search-and-match applications.
Past experiences and uncertain results could mean that a potential agreement between a Taiwanese manufacturing company and Wisconsin is costly and damaging to the state.
Reforms are needed to ensure that people with criminal records have equitable access to the labor market and economic security.
Methodological problems plague a University of Washington group’s analysis of Seattle’s recent minimum wage increase.
The lack of networking and mentoring available to black and Hispanic college students decreases opportunities for careers in technology.
President Donald Trump’s executive order on job training will seriously undermine recent bipartisan efforts to increase workers’ access to good, well-paying jobs through apprenticeship.
President Trump’s agenda hurts workers’ ability to train for, obtain, and hold good jobs.
Disability benefits are not the cause of declining labor force participation among prime-age men.