Wednesday, May 01, 2013


[IWS] BLS: Monthly Labor Review, April 2013, Vol.136, no. 4 [1 May 2013]

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Monthly Labor Review, April 2013, Vol.136, no. 4 [1 May 2013]


People with a disability in 2012: a visual essay
Terence M. McMenamin
Summary | Full text in PDF

Differences in union and nonunion compensation, 2001–2011

George I. Long
Summary | Full text in PDF

Where did we indulge? Consumer spending during the asset boom

Michael L. Walden
Summary | Full text in PDF

Conference Report

Consumer Expenditure Survey Microdata Users' Workshop, July 2012

Geoffrey D. Paulin and Ian J. Elkin
Summary | Full text in PDF




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