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Explaining the recent divergence in payroll and household employment growth

Each month, the government releases two estimates of U.S. employment growth - one based on a survey of firms, the other on a survey of households. Since 1994, these measures have diverged sharply. Evidence suggests that the household survey's estimate has risen more slowly because it undercounts working-age adults who have found employment during the current economic expansion.
Current Issues in Economics and Finance , Volume 5 , Issue Dec

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Looking back at slow employment growth

An analysis of slower-than-normal employment growth in the post-1991 economic recovery, examining trends at both the state and national level and finding a widespread weakness in the rate of job addition in growing industries, rather than an unusually high job deletion rate in contracting industries.
Economic Commentary , Issue Aug

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Designing a brain drain plug

States create incentives to keep their best and brightest. But do they work?
Fedgazette , Volume 15 , Issue Jan , Pages 6-7

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A Texas revival

Southwest Economy , Issue Jul , Pages 1-7

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Changing the culture of the welfare office: the role of intermediaries in linking TANF recipients with jobs - commentary

Economic Policy Review , Issue Sep , Pages 77-82

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Tracking the Midwest recovery: output and employment

Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Apr

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A closer look at jobless recoveries

Most analysts believe the U.S. economy is now recovering from the recession. Yet businesses continue to lay off workers, prompting The New York Times to dub this "the worst hiring slump in 20 years." Market analysts and economists have a different name for what is happening. They call it a ?jobless recovery.?> The only other jobless recovery in postwar U.S. history occurred following the 1990-91 recession. In the early years of that recovery, forecasting models based on data from past business cycles predicted that the observed pickup in output would be accompanied by employment growth. ...
Economic Review , Volume 88 , Issue Q II , Pages 45-73

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Can state employment declines foretell national business cycles?

An investigation of whether it is possible to predict national recessions by following the employment performance of specific states or regions. The author compares state employment patterns to the health of the national economy over the post-WWII period.
Economic Commentary , Issue Sep

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Blue-collar outlook not so blue in Texas

Southwest Economy , Issue Jan , Pages 6-8

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The new labor paradigm: more market-responsive rules of work and pay

Southwest Economy , Issue May , Pages 6-8, 12

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