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The Workweek: A Round-Up of Labor Market Links for the Week Ending 2/24/17

This week’s labor market news on the fate of blue collar workers and tax on robots

Welcome back to The Workweek, the Indeed Hiring Lab’s round-up of the latest research, news, and perspectives that made us think deeply or differently about the labor market this week. It’s your guide to the most important new insights about work.

Here are our picks for this week:

In Defense of Millennials

MIllennials are sometimes characterized as a generation of …

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The Workweek: A Round-Up of Labor Market Links for the Week Ending 2/17/17

This week’s labor market news on immigration, remote work, and lessons from history.

Here’s the latest Workweek, the Indeed Hiring Lab’s round-up of the latest research, news, and perspectives that made us think deeply or differently about the labor market this week. It’s your guide to the most important new insights about work.

These are our picks for this week:

The Effect of H-1B Visas

One possible change to U.S. immigration policy might …

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The Workweek: A Round-Up of Labor Market Links for the Week Ending 2/10/17

This week’s labor market news on why older people are working longer and more.

Welcome back to The Workweek, the Indeed Hiring Lab’s round-up of the latest research, news, and perspectives that made us think deeply or differently about the labor market this week. It’s your guide to the most important new insights about work.

Here are our picks for this week:

Shrinking Grandma’s Pension to Keep Her Working

January 2017  had the highest …

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“Everywhere Jobs” and the Red-Blue Divide: Does What You Do Decide Where You Live?

Indeed senior economist Jed Kolko provides insight on everywhere jobs

Your job might determine where you live, and where you live might decide what work you do. Many jobs and industries cluster in specific places. We all know that movies are in Los Angeles, finance is in New York, and oil drilling is wherever the oil is, but other industries have traditionally clustered as well— like carpet-making in northern Georgia

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International Job Search Now – A Look At the Economic Factors Behind Global Job Search

Indeed economist Mariano Mamertino provides insight on migration and economic outcomes

Today, migration to wealthy countries is on the rise. In fact, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) reported that 4.8 million people moved to its member countries in 2015 — 10% more than in 2014. This is controversial due to the impact of migration on both origin and host economies.

For instance, countries that experience significant net emigration …

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