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BEYOND THE NUMBERS--recent articles

http://www.bls.gov/opub/btn/archive/home.htm

 

 

Nov 2014

Global Economy

Analyzing Alternatives To Export Price Indexes (PDF)

David Mead

Beyond the Numbers

Nov 2014

Prices & Spending

Oil Extraction Surges With The Help Of Sand (PDF)

Steven D. Sawyer and Sterling Kelley

Beyond the Numbers

Nov 2014

Employment & Unemployment

Trends In Unemployment And Other Labor Market Difficulties (PDF)

Vernon Brundage

Beyond the Numbers

Nov 2014

Prices & Spending

Income And Spending Patterns Among Black Households(PDF)

Reginald A. Noël

Beyond the Numbers

 

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