October 08, 2015
Rising wage inequality in recent years has brought increased focus on the disparity between the highest wage earners and the lowest wage earners. From 2003 to 2013, wages for the highest-paid 10 percent of workers increased 4.6 percent, while those for the lowest-paid 10 percent decreased 2.2 percent. Full Text »
This Beyond the Numbers article describes the prevalence with which people working for private employers in the United States are given the opportunity to enroll in health and retirement plans with various provisions—the extent to which they have access to those provisions.
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- No. 15-160 ("NLS at 50" Celebration Begins) (PDF)
BLS stopped publishing chartbooks in 2012. See Spotlight on Statistics for data visualizations that explain interesting and important developments in the labor market and economy.