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Amazon and other ‘superstar’ companies could give all American workers a...

Carolin Schellhorn, St. Joseph's University The latest employment data, released on Oct. 5, point to a persistent economic puzzle: The unemployment rate is the lowest...

Why the unemployment rate will never get to zero percent –...

Jay L. Zagorsky, Boston University The U.S. Labor Department continues to release wonderful news for U.S. workers. Just this week, on Sept. 20, the agency said...

What is full employment? An economist explains the latest jobs data

Jay L. Zagorsky, The Ohio State University The latest jobs report has gotten a lot of analysts, policymakers and talking heads once again asking whether...

Why the Republican tax plan can help put American youths back...

Randall Olsen, The Ohio State University Republican lawmakers are set to vote this week on their tax plan after reconciling differences between the Senate and...

Why Detroit exploded in the summer of 1967

Jeffrey Horner, Wayne State University When most people see the movie “Detroit,” it’ll likely be their first encounter with the events of July 1967, when...

Employment helps white men’s health more than women and blacks

Shervin Assari, University of Michigan Employment can be a big boost to health, conferring up to 10 extra years of life, but not if you...

Trump’s immigration policy would push legal US workers down the occupational...

Peter Dixon, Victoria University and Maureen Rimmer, Victoria University US President-elect Donald Trump has proposed deporting millions of undocumented immigrants, which proved appealing to large...

Trump and Clinton want to bring back millions of outsourced jobs...

Stephan Manning, University of Massachusetts Boston and Marcus M. Larsen, Copenhagen Business School One of the big themes in the current presidential race is how...

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Awake, online and sleep-deprived – the rise of the teenage ‘vamper’

By Elizabeth Englander, Bridgewater State University About three years ago, a teenage girl was talking with me and other students about using her cell phone...