Top 10 EPI reports of 2020
Staying safe. Educating our children. Having a say in workplace conditions. Fighting for fair wages when systemic racism, consolidated wealth, and corporate power thwart opportunity.
These concerns were top of mind for our readers in 2020, according to our compilation of EPI’s most-read reports.
The report in first place is the one that outlines where a tsunami of anti-worker actions have come from. Can you guess the source?
Here’s a countdown of our most popular reports:
What we know so far about health insurance losses and what it means for policy
Farm employment, safety issues, and the H-2A guestworker program
Twelve policies that would boost worker rights, safety, and wages
CEOs now earn 320 times as much as a typical worker
Job loss claims are misleading, and substantial boosts to job quality are often overlooked
The disparate racial impact of the virus is deeply rooted in historic and ongoing social and economic injustices
Trade rebalancing, infrastructure, and climate investments could create 17 million good jobs and rebuild the American economy
A majority of H-1B employers—including major U.S. tech firms—use the program to pay migrant workers well below market wages
Lessons from pre-pandemic research to inform relief, recovery, and rebuilding
President Trump has said he would “protect” and “fight for” workers. Instead, his administration has systematically done the opposite.
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