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Video, audio, and a transcript [PDF] are now available online for the Agenda for Shared Prosperity’s third event, which took place at EPI on March 28. Bauer, Marshall, Hira (from left)Former Secretary of Labor Ray Marshall led a panel of discussants and presented findings from his EPI briefing paper on getting immigration reform right. Ron Hira was also on the panel, discussing his EPI briefing paper on high-skill guest worker rules, as was Mary Bauer, whose recent report [PDF] exposes the abuses guest workers systematically experience in the United States. For more details regarding the panelists and their respective reports, view the invitation to this event or the news release [PDF].

All charts from State of Working America now online
Download Tables and FiguresPreparing a PowerPoint presentation? Distributing lecture notes for your students? Looking for an interesting graph for your newsletter or blog? EPI has you covered.
EPI’s 10th edition of The State of Working America (2006/2007) was officially released in January, and for the first time we are making every table and figure from this important volume available for free download in multiple high-resolution formats. That’s over 300 charts detailing the trends in incomes, jobs, wages, wealth, and poverty, placing them in their historical, regional, and international contexts. Visit www.StateofWorkingAmerica.org and go to ‘Download Tables and Figures.’

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