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    • Are Managers and Professionals Really Working More? 

      Bureau of Labor Statistics (2000-05-01)
      [Excerpt] More than 60 percent of the net employment growth during the 1990s occurred among managers and professionals, occupations in which long workweeks are quite typical. Coincident with this rise in employment has ...
    • Employment Implications of U.S. Immigration Policy 

      Briggs, Vernon M. Jr. (1987-07-21)
      Public testimony by Prof. Briggs given before the before the Subcommittee on Immigration, Refugees, and International Law of the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, July 21, 1987.
    • Improving Working Conditions in Occupations with Multiple Disadvantages 

      Eurofound (2015-01-01)
      [Excerpt] Occupation is a critical element in the type of working conditions experienced during a person’s working life, with knock-on effects for their health and well-being, income, working time, job security and career ...
    • Long-Term Unemployed Youth: Characteristics and Policy Responses 

      Mascherini, Massimiliano; Ledermaier, Stefanie; Vacas-Soriano, Carlos; Jacobs, Lena (2017-01-01)
      While the youth labour market has improved considerably since 2014, one legacy of the recent economic crisis is the large cohort of long-term unemployed young people, which represents nearly one-third of jobless young ...
    • New Occupations Emerging Across Industry Lines 

      Bureau of Labor Statistics (1998-11-01)
      [Excerpt] Emerging occupations may be entirely new, created by changes in technology, society, markets, or regulations. They may also be existing ones that have been substantially modified by the same trends, and are ...
    • Occupational Stress 

      Bureau of Labor Statistics (1999-09-01)
      [Excerpt] “I’m stressed out.” The reality may be that the worker saying this is, in fact, experiencing an occupational illness. Many employees undergo stress as a normal part of their jobs, but some experience it more ...
    • The Quality of New Jobs From the 1990s Through June 2004 

      Levine, Linda; Labonte, Marc (2004-09-22)
    • Women in the Labor Force: A Databook 

      Department of Labor, U.S. (2004-02-01)
    • Work-at-Home Patterns by Occupation 

      Bureau of Labor Statistics (2009-03-01)
      [Excerpt] Working at home can provide people with numerous benefits— flexibility in their schedules, fewer commutes, and opportunities to catch up on work. According to the American Time Use Survey (ATUS), about 12 percent ...
    • Workdays for People in Healthcare Occupations 

      Bureau of Labor Statistics (2008-09-01)
      [Excerpt] Every 2 years, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) publishes projections of employment growth (or decline) by occupation, and many job seekers and students consult these data while making career decisions. In ...