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October 2022

Why going on strike could get much harder for American workers
Biden administration proposes rule that could reclassify gig workers
So what's going on with railroads?
Amazon workers in Albany prepare for pivotal union vote
Labor proposal could upend rules for gig workers, companies
Fixed-Duration Strikes Can Revitalize Labor
4 Business Ideas That Changed the World: Scientific Management
US economy added 263K jobs in September
How child care's challenges hit home in the economy
Chen '22 Receives Kheel Center Research Award
Living Wage Study Reveals Racial Disparities
The number of strikes are increasing for US workers
Minor League Pay
Implement Policy Changes, Urges Cook-Gray Lecturer
Striketober Is Back As Workers Fight To Close The Wage Gap

September 2022

Suburban Women Activists and the Midterms
Let's strike! But just for a day or two
1,000 food workers at San Francisco airport are on strike
Debate Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month
Global Migration Focus of Conference
Why test prep for children focuses on math exams
Worker Institute Research Fellows Named
Child Care Gaps Identified by Co-Lab
What corporate layoffs tell us about the economy

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