90 monthly series published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics track net changes in employment status by gender and for three categories of persons: the employed, unemployed, and nonparticipants (that is, those not in the labor force). These series, constructed from Current Population Survey data, allow a more precise analysis of employment and unemployment measures by identifying the movement of workers in and out of these categories.
William Dupor (Summer 2013)
David Wiczer (Summer 2013)
Paulina Restrepo (March 2014)
Maximiliano Dvorkin (May 2014)
Ana Maria Santacreu (September 2014)
Guillaume Vandenbroucke (June 2014)
Stephen Williamson (June 2014)
609 quarterly series published by the BEA for the first time. These series track gross output, value added, and intermediate inputs for 22 industry sectors.
discuss the Emergency Unemployment Compensation program, which emerged from the Unemployment Extension Act, passed on November 21, 2008. They consider that extended benefits may reduce unemployed workers’ job search efforts, decreasing their likelihood of becoming reemployed.
circulars from 1967 to 1971.