A new study suggests the proportion of government employees who were black or white and spoke only English fell after a major U.S. city adopted a bilingual employment policy.
Robots, far more than free trade, are upending labor markets around the globe. Economists debate just how much the machines threaten our jobs.
President Donald Trump has promised to renegotiate NAFTA. This review of research and data resources will help journalists writing about changes to the pact.
Competition from China appears to hobble innovation in the U.S., say the authors of a new study that considers import penetration and patent applications.
Financial incentives aimed at drawing film production firms to certain states produce mixed results when it comes to job creation, according to this recent study.
Young women in blue-collar communities are less likely to have jobs eight years after high school than their peers in other areas, an American Sociological Review study finds.
2016 paper in Population Studies measures how many more workers it would take to meet the financial needs of aging populations in developed countries.
2016 study in the Journal of Marriage and Family that looks at the factors that influence which married men will become stay-at-home dads.
Overview of recent studies on U.S. immigration issues, including the demographic traits of unauthorized residents and the empirical truths about exclusionary attitudes.
Trade with China killed over 2 million American jobs in the 2000s and depressed wages. But globalized supply chains are also creating jobs in the U.S.