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Labor Market Policy Research Reports, March 5-9, 2012

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Friday, 09 March 2012 15:20

Center for Economic and Policy Research

Long-term Hardship in the Labor Market
John Schmitt and Janelle Jones


Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

Incomes at the Top Rebounded in First Full Year of Recovery, New Analysis Of Tax Data Shows: Top 1 Percent’s Share Of Income Starting To Rise Again
Hannah Shaw and Chad Stone


Demos

Employment Credit Checks: The Case for Requiring Employers to Use More Accurate and Fair Assessments


Economic Policy Institute

Entry-Level Workers’ Wages Fell in Lost Decade
Lawrence Mishel


UCLA Institute for Research on Labor and Employment

California Crisis: The United States and California Two and a Half Years After the End of the Great Recession
Lauren D. Appelbaum

Tags: California | labor market | wages

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