Restrictions reduce employment while they're in place but deaths from the virus have a lasting drag on employment.
Research finds local employment rates increase three times as much if jobs are targeted at more-distressed local labor markets.
New research finds that seasonal workers and others in their household don’t make up for the lost earnings during their off-season by finding other work.
Study finds up to 7.7 million lost jobs with employer-sponsored health insurance during COVID pandemic in U.S.
Nearly 7 million dependents affected; disproportionate effects on manufacturing sector, women and workers 35-54
Pandemic benefits gave the lowest quarter of earners a weekly pay boost of 20 percent or more, paper finds.
Addressing unemployment and poverty: A Labor Day message from Upjohn Institute President Michael Horrigan
Michael Horrigan: Getting America back to work with the dignity that every American worker deserves on this and every Labor Day.
Children whose parents lose jobs before a major educational decision are less likely to finish college.