“cepr” Charts

Unionized Women Have More Access to Paid Leave »

Unionized women are more likely to have access to paid sick days, paid vacations, and paid holidays, than their non-unionized…

CEPR
by: CEPR
views: 97
Score: 2

More New Jersey Men Are Taking Leave to Bond With Newborns »

Since the statewide implementation of the Family Leave Insurance program in New Jersey, more and more new fathers are filing…

CEPR
by: CEPR
views: 65
Score: 1

African American Recent Grads Experience More Unemployment »

In a recent CEPR report, findings indicate that African-American recent college graduates, between the ages of 22 and 27, run…

CEPR
by: CEPR
views: 90
Score: 1

Minimum Wage: States Pick Up Where Fed Government Falters »

It has been over four years since Congress raised the federal minimum-wage. By all of the commonly used benchmarks –…

Anthony Sibley (AJ)
by: Anthony Sibley (AJ)
views: 102
Score: 1

Unionized Women Have an Advantage »

The following chart shows the average union wage premium, in percent terms, with education levels ranging from less than a…

CEPR
by: CEPR
views: 161

Average Hourly Wage is Up for Production Workers »

Average hourly earnings of production and non-supervisory workers has risen at a 2.3% rate over the last year, compared to…

CEPR
by: CEPR
views: 75

Job Creation is Faster for States Raising Minimum Wage »

In January, 13 states increased their minimum wage. Four passed legislation raising wages. In the other nine, their minimum wage…

CEPR
by: CEPR
views: 304

Since 1968, Productivity Has Doubled, Wage Min. Has Declined »

Compared to labor productivity growth, a common benchmark for comparing the minimum wage, the current federal wage minimum has lagged…

Anthony Sibley (AJ)
by: Anthony Sibley (AJ)
views: 83

Workers' Share of Corporate Revenue Plummets »

We are currently in a time of record profits for corporations. At the same time these companies are delivering less…

The National Memo
by: The National Memo
views: 42

Minimum Wage: States Pick Up Where Fed Government Falters »

It has been over four years since Congress raised the federal minimum-wage. By all of the commonly used benchmarks –…

CEPR
by: CEPR
views: 94

Percent of Americans Living Large, 1977-2010 »

Can we have equal opportunity in an unequal society? Parents in America’s most affluent 20 percent have the resources to…

Good Jobs for Black Workers »

More education. Growing older. No progress. Black workers have seen no rise in the percentage who hold "good jobs." CEPR…

CEPR
by: CEPR
views: 111

Black Workers 9: Policy Decisions that Reduce Bad Jobs »

In our white paper on black workers and good vs. bad (<$19/hr, no health insurance, and no retirement plan) jobs…

CEPR
by: CEPR
views: 65

Black Workers 8: Policy Decisions that Create Good Jobs »

In our white paper on black workers and good (>$19/hr, health insurance, retirement plan) vs. bad jobs, the policy changes…

CEPR
by: CEPR
views: 63

Black Workers 7: Education Effect on Good Jobs »

While education is a strong predictor of the likelihood of a black worker getting a "good job" (at least $19/hour…

CEPR
by: CEPR
views: 65

Black Workers 6: Good Jobs for Blacks and Whites »

While "good jobs" for whites have fallen around 1% over the last 30 years, the trend line for blacks mirrors…

CEPR
by: CEPR
views: 48

Black Workers 5: Increase in Bad Jobs »

A “bad job” pays less than $19/hour, lacks health insurance, and lacks an employer sponsored retirement plan. In 1979, 22.5…

CEPR
by: CEPR
views: 49

Black Workers 4: Retirement Plans Decline »

The share of black workers participating in an employer sponsored retirement plan at work declined from 49.9 percent in 1979…

CEPR
by: CEPR
views: 44

Black Workers 3: Employer Provided Health Insurance Declines »

In the past 30 years the share of all black workers with employer-provided health insurance declined, from 69.0 percent to…

CEPR
by: CEPR
views: 71

Black Workers 1: Percent with Good Jobs »

In the last 30 years black workers have maintained a stable share of "good" jobs, defined as paying at least…

CEPR
by: CEPR
views: 47

The Fallacy of Too Much Debt - Payments at Historic Low »

Our interest payments as a percentage of GDP are actually at one of the lowest points in a generation. Fear…

CEPR
by: CEPR
views: 305