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Articles from Monthly Labor Review (July 1, 2009)

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A portrait of the youth labor market in 13 countries, 1980-2007: a relatively high unemployment rate for young people has been a persistent problem in industrialized countries in recent decades; still, the number of youths who are unemployed has been falling with declining youth populations and more years spent in education. Martin, Gary 14150
Comparative indicators. Statistical table 2044
Injury and illness data. Statistical table 4607
International comparison data. 5626
Labor compensation and collective bargaining data. Statistical data 9227
Measuring time spent in unpaid household work: results from the American time use survey: time-use data show that on average Americans spend more than 20 hours per week working for their own household without pay on tasks that might be done by a paid worker; women spend more time at such unpaid household work. Krantz-Kent, Rachel Survey 8754
Nonfamily youths temporarily employed in agriculture. Becker, John C.; Willits, Fern K.; Snyder, Anastasia; Murphy, Dennis J.; Hilton, James; Ryan, Andrea Survey 4378
Notes on current labor statistics. 12745
Price data. Statistical table 19747
Producer prices reverse course in 2008: after surging in 2007 and the first 7 months of 2008, prices for energy goods plummeted during the final 5 months of the year; similarly, inflation in food prices slowed significantly in 2008, following a steep runup in 2007 and early-to-mid 2008. Kowal, Joseph; Snyders, William; Lombardozzi, Antonio; Borgie, Lana 18102
Productivity data. Statistical table 12620
Rising wage inequality. Book review 428
The rise and fall of guaranteed income policy. Hertwig, Ralf Book review 1363
The socioeconomic effects of height. Book review 420

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