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Articles from Monthly Labor Review (August 1, 2005)

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Title Author Type Words
Consumer spending in 2003. Brief Article 216
Contingent workers. Brief Article 202
Flexible work and working shifts. Brief Article 192
Immigrants of New York. 398
Injury and illness data. Illustration 4935
International comparisons data. Illustration 5446
Labor compensation and collective bargaining data. Illustration 10317
Labor force data. Illustration 1066
Manufacturing earnings and compensation in China: on the basis of published earnings data, estimated compensation ratios, and estimated hours, China's manufacturing employees averaged about 57 cents compensation per hour worked in 2002. Banister, Judith 15246
Mass layoff data indicate outsourcing and offshoring work: employer interviews revealed that most of the relocations were domestic, involving the movement of work within the same company, but work was moved out of the country in more than a quarter of the cases. Brown, Sharon P.; Siegel, Lewis B. 5609
Notes on current labor statistics. 13333
Price data. Illustration 19737
Productivity and business cycles. 424
Productivity data. Illustration 9337
Publications received. 1936
Restructuring information technology: is offshoring a concern? Employment trends by industry and occupation suggest that offshoring in the information technology sector occurs, but not to a great extent. Bednarzik, Robert W. 5583
The August review. 230
The female share of weekend employment: a study of 16 countries: along with the increase in women's employment in many European countries has been a rise in their share of weekend employment, particularly on Sundays; women's disproportionate share in weekend work is most evident in the service sector; in the industrial sector, women are underrepresented among weekend workers. Presser, Harriet B.; Gornick, Janet C. 6213

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