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Labor Market Policy Research Reports, July 8-15, 2011

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Written by Jane Farrell   
Friday, 15 July 2011 15:15

This week, Demos, Economic Policy Institute, and National Employment Law Project released LMPRR reports and briefs.


Demos

Under Attack: Florida’s Middle Class and the Jobs Crisis

Putting Massachusetts Money to Work for Massachusetts
Heather C. McGhee, Jason Judd, and Sarah Babbage


Economic Policy Institute

J visas: Minimal oversight despite significant implications for the U.S. labor market
Daniel Costa


National Employment Law Project

Hiring Discrimination Against the Unemployed: Federal Bill Outlaws Excluding the Unemployed

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