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Articles from Monthly Labor Review (September 1, 2001)

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A Working Nation: Workers, Work, and Government in the New Economy. (Book reviews: Employees at work). Brand, Horst Book Review 1731
Effects of events of September 11. (Labor Month in Review). Brief Article 286
Family and medical leave: evidence from the 2000 surveys: seven years after the Family and Medical Leave Act, more employees are taking leave for family or medical reasons, and fewer report that they need leave, but are unable to take it; many employers offer leave over and above that required by the Act, and most report no adverse effects on their business. (Family and Medical Leave). Waldfogel, Jane Statistical Data Included 6006
Job creation and destruction within Washington and Baltimore: microdata from the new BLS Longitudinal Database show that from March 1992 through March 1999, gross job flows varied significantly between central cities and suburbs in the Washington-Baltimore metropolitan area; higher suburban employment growth was related to higher rates of both job creation and job destruction. (Job Flows). Faberman, R. Jason Statistical Data Included 4179
Let's shake on it. (Precis). Book Review 844
Midwesterners most likely to have job. (Labor Month in Review). Brief Article 94
The Employment Cost Index: what is it? understanding the characteristics of the Employment Cost Index aids in identifying the cost pressures measured by this important government statistic --pressures that often lead to inflation in the price of goods and services. (The Employment Cost Index). Ruser, John W. Statistical Data Included 12557
The September review. (Labor Month in Review). Brief Article 296
Women narrow earnings gap by degrees. (Labor Month in Review). Brief Article 151
Worker Activism After Successful Union Organizing. (Book reviews: solidarity: forever?). Guzda, Henry P. Book Review 1198

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