A Profile of Young Workers (16-26) in Low-Income Families
ProfileOfYoungWorkers
Young employees from low-income families are more likely than those from higher-income families to do less well across a number…
Supporting Entry-Level, Hourly Employees (brief 1)
Supporting Entry-Level, Hourly Employees is a project on low-wage and low-income employees—employees whose earnings fall in the bottom 25 percent…
How Can Employers Increase the Productivity and Retention of Entry-Level, Hourly Employees? (brief 2)
The second research brief, How Can Employers Increase the Productivity and Retention of the Entry-Level, Hourly Employees, concludes that creating…
What Workplace Flexibility is Available to Entry-Level, Hourly Employees? (brief 3)
The third research brief, What Workplace Flexibility is Available to Entry-Level, Hourly Employees?, reveals that low-income employees have access to…
Overwork in America: When the Way We Work Becomes Too Much
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This nationally representative study, released in 2005, looks at changes in the way Americans work and live. The study finds…
The 2008 National Study of Employers
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The 2008 National Study of Employers (NSE) introduces factors which can predict flexibility and range of benefits. Size of company,…
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