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2013 review of several studies and reports that provide data and insight into the issue of U.S. workplace violence.
2013 report by the Congressional Research Service on employment statistics in the U.S. between 2001 and 2012
2013 study form the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City showing how job polarization is not merely the result of a decline in U.S. manufacturing, but rather is a structural issue across sectors.
2013 study by University of Leeds and University of Missouri on gender differences in math and reading achievement.
2013 study from Ohio State University on the effects of coal mining and poverty in the Appalachia region.
2013 collection of scholarship relating to social media and the workplace.
2013 study in Information, Communication & Society on the rates at which people who frequently use communications technologies report work and personal life coming into conflict.
2013 study in The Review of Higher Education examining how different kinds of engagement during college, and different demographic factors, can help explain future earnings patterns.
2012 paper from the Urban Institute summarizing the latest research on programs that assist poor families and the strategies that have proved most effective.
2012 study from Vanderbilt University on the demographics, motivations and outcomes of double majoring in college.
2012 research review of relevant data, studies and trends relating to employment for U.S. veterans.
2012 study from the University of Iowa and the University of Texas at Austin showing the complexity of this evolving work practice and the potential downsides of telecommuting.
2012 Congressional Research Service report on potential sweeping budget cuts in 2013 mandated under the Budget Control Act, should no deficit reduction deal be reached by legislators.
2013 literature review of academic studies that look at the minimum wage, its effects and policy implications.
2012 paper from Harvard University exploring how restrictive zoning across the United States had decreased labor mobility and stalled progress toward diminishing income inequality.
2012 study in the Journal of College Student Development on some positive effects of off-campus work for undergraduate students.
2013 and 2010 studies for the National Bureau of Economic Research on changes in the U.S. labor market, the “hollowing out” of middle-income jobs, and disparities between high- and low-wage jobs.
2013 report from the Pew Center on the States on how the ongoing economic recession has affected recent college graduates.
2012 study from the University of California, Davis, and El Colegio de Mexico on farm labor supply in the U.S. and Mexican migration patterns.
2012 roundup of recent research on issues related to the major commuting modes in the United States, including cars, public transit, bicycles, and walking.