Education & Workforce Development

Building and maintaining skills for the labor force is a lifelong process, starting with prekindergarten programs and continuing throughout a worker’s career. The Upjohn Institute’s research elucidates how each learning stage and program contributes to a strong workforce.

Parents' unemployment can hurt children's lifelong earnings

August 26, 2020 · Research Highlight
Children whose parents lose jobs before a major educational decision are less likely to finish college.

Upjohn Institute report offers ideas to help communities build broadly-shared prosperity

March 14, 2019 · Research Highlight
Report outlines strategies that small and medium-sized cities, along with rural areas, can follow to create jobs for their residents

All Research

The Road to Welfare Reform

January 1, 2010 · Research

Immigration and the U.S. Labor Market

January 1, 2010 · Research

Training and Immigration in the Real World

January 1, 2010 · Research

Vernon Briggs: Real-World Labor Economist

January 1, 2010 · Research

EFE-Sponsored* Data Collection Activities

January 1, 2010 · Research