NOVEMBER 2021 | Workforce Training Can Help but Labor Market Challenges Run Deeper
OCTOBER 2021 | Pandemic Aid Helped Thousands of Salem Residents Out of Poverty
SEPTEMBER 2021 | Salem is Seeing Inflation Like the Rest of the Country
AUGUST 2021 | Those Earning Low Wages in Salem Suffered Worst as Pandemic Layoffs Hit
JULY 2021 | Employers around Salem Likely to Face Continuing Challenges Filling Jobs
JUNE 2021 | Low-wage Workers Who Kept Society Running During Pandemic Reaped Few Rewards
MAY 2021 | Do Official Numbers Really Reflect Salem Area’s Economic Recovery?
APRIL 2021 | Is a Low Wage a Living Wage in Marion County?
MARCH 2021 | Path to a Good Job
FEBRUARY 2021 | Fifty Eight Percent of Salem Area Businesses Received Federal Loan or Grant
JANUARY 2021 | Pandemic Economy Recap and Forecast
DECEMBER 2020 | Women Drop Out of Labor Force Due to Pandemic Economy
NOVEMBER 2020 | Trends in Industry Employment During Pandemic
OCTOBER 2020 | Contribution of the Minimum Wage to Area Workers
SEPTEMBER 2020 | Wage Trends and Income Inequality
AUGUST 2020 | Characteristics of the Pandemic Economy’s Unemployed
JULY 2020 | Low Wage Workers Hit Hardest by Pandemic Business Shut-downs
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