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News from EPI 13.5 Million Workers Would Directly Benefit from New Proposed Overtime Rules
August 3, 2015

News from EPI Growth Resumes, but Full Economic Health Still a Ways Off
July 30, 2015

News from EPI EPI to Host Presentation on the Greek Debt Crisis and Negotiations by James Galbraith
July 23, 2015

News from EPI EPI Releases Interactive Minimum Wage Map to Track State and Local Minimum Wage Laws Nationwide
July 23, 2015

News from EPI Media Advisory: Panel Discussion on Women of Color and the Minimum Wage
July 17, 2015

News from EPI Disability Benefits Do Not Discourage Work
July 17, 2015

News from EPI The Federal Reserve Can Help Close Gender and Racial Wage Gaps by Pursuing Full Employment
July 16, 2015

News from EPI A $12 Minimum Wage by 2020 Would Give 35 Million Workers a Much-Needed Raise
July 14, 2015

News from EPI The Jobs Report is a Sign that the Economy Is Continuing to Leave Workers High and Dry
July 2, 2015

News from EPI Win for Working Americans: Updating Overtime Pay Rules Will Raise Wages for Millions
June 30, 2015

News from EPI CEOs Made 303 Times More than Typical Workers in 2014
June 22, 2015

News from EPI Achievement Gaps Exist As Early As When Children Begin Kindergarten
June 17, 2015

News from EPI Wage Trends Should Get More Attention in Debates Over Future Interest Rate Increases
June 15, 2015

News from EPI A Well-Deserved Defeat on Trade Policy
June 12, 2015

News from EPI To Narrow the Achievement Gap, Policymakers Need to Look Beyond the Classroom
June 10, 2015

News from EPI EPA Proposed Clean Power Plan Will Have a Modest, Positive Net Effect on Overall Employment, with Job Gains and Losses in Different Industries
June 9, 2015

News from EPI EPI to Hold Press Call on Inequalities at the Starting Gate: New Report Examines Inequalities Affecting Kindergartners’ School Readiness
June 8, 2015

News from EPI Independent Contractor Misclassification is a Large and Growing Problem
June 8, 2015

News from EPI Job Growth Trudges Along, but Wages Are Still Stuck in the Mud
June 5, 2015

News from EPI Privatizing the Tennessee Valley Authority Would Increase Costs and Hurt Reliability
June 4, 2015

News from EPI EPI to Release New Estimates of Employment Impact of EPA Proposed Clean Power Plan
June 2, 2015

News from EPI Despite Improving Economy, Young Grads Still Face Stagnant Wages and Tough Job Prospects
May 27, 2015

News from EPI 41 Percent of Denver Families Struggle to Secure a Modest Standard of Living
May 21, 2015

News from EPI Guestworkers Have No Economic Advantages over Unauthorized Workers
May 21, 2015

News from EPI EPI to Hold Press Call to Release New Class of 2015 Study
May 20, 2015

News from EPI Raising Wages is the Missing Ingredient in the Fight against Poverty
May 20, 2015

News from EPI EPI Releases Budget Blueprint the Invests in America’s Economy
May 19, 2015

News from EPI Guestworkers, Unauthorized Immigrants, and the Impact of Immigration Status on Wages
May 18, 2015

News from EPI Rep. Keith Ellison to Join EPI and CCC for Discussion Highlighting the Connection Between Raising Wages and Combatting Poverty
May 13, 2015

News from EPI TPP Should Include Strong and Enforceable Measures to Stop Currency Manipulation: Ending currency manipulation could create between 2.3 and 5.8 million U.S. jobs
May 12, 2015

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