Labor Market Issues

Jobs are changing, and the future of work will challenge many long-held assumptions about employment. Upjohn Institute research explores evolving struggles over wages, inequality, immigration and regulations and emerging trends of gig work, automation and offshoring.

Pandemic restrictions and shutdowns don't have lasting effect on jobs, new research finds

February 15, 2021 · Research Highlight
Restrictions reduce employment while they're in place but deaths from the virus have a lasting drag on employment.

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Human Resource Implications of Robotics

January 1, 1983 · Research

Age Discrimination in Employment

January 1, 1983 · Research

Aging, Health, and Work

January 1, 1983 · Research

Financing Options for Social Security

January 1, 1983 · Research

Life Without Work: Does it Make Sense?

January 1, 1983 · Research

Policy Issues in Work and Retirement

January 1, 1983 · Research

Hearing on Displaced Workers: Testimony

December 1, 1982 · Research

Plant Closings and Economic Dislocation

January 1, 1981 · Research

Introduction [to Leaving Early]

January 1, 1980 · Research