Monthly Change in Private Payrolls, January 2008 - June 2012
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls, January 2008-July 2014
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls, January 2008-August 2014
Annual Percentage of Adult Population Who Moved Across State Lines
Chart - Benefits Are Set to Expire Despite High Long-Term Unemployment
Chart: Extend Unemployment Subsidies and COBRA Benefits Today, Save Money Tomorrow
Chart: Retail Sales Continue to Show Steady Growth
Chart: The Republican Medicare Plan- Health Care Expenditures Would Double for Elderly in Every State
Chart: Young Workers Face High Levels of Unemployment
Existing Home Sales Show Positive Growth After Months of Decline
GDP Grew in the First Quarter of 2014
GDP Grew in the Fourth Quarter of 2012 (Q4, 2012)
GDP Grew in the Second Quarter of 2013 (Q2, 2013)
GDP Grew in the Third Quarter of 2013 (Q3, 2013)
GDP Grows for Eighth Consecutive Quarter (Q2, 2011)
GDP Grows for Five Consecutive Quarters
GDP Grows for Fourth Consecutive Quarter
GDP Grows for Ninth Consecutive Quarter (Q3, 2011)
GDP Grows for Seventh Consecutive Quarter
GDP Grows for Sixth Consecutive Quarter
GDP Grows for the Eleventh Straight Quarter
GDP Grows for the Eleventh Straight Quarter (Q1, 2012)
GDP Grows for the Fifteenth Straight Quarter (Q1, 2013)
GDP Grows for the Third Consecutive Quarter
GDP Grows for the Thirteenth Straight Quarter (Q3, 2012)
GDP Grows for the Twelfth Straight Quarter (Q2, 2012)
GDP Growth Accelerates at the End of 2011 (Q4, 2011)
GDP Q1 2014 - Second Estimate
GDP Q1 2014 - Third Estimate
GDP Q2 2014 - First Estimate
GDP Q2 2014 - Second Estimate
GDP Q2 2014 - Third Estimate
Graph: Americans Living in Poverty Increases Since 2000
Graph: Average Annualized Growth in Real Gross Domestic Product
Graph: Change in Non-Farm Unemployment Since 1929, by Administration
Graph: Effect of Recovery Act on GDP
Graph: Effect of the Recovery Act on GDP in 2009
Graph: Federal Workforce - Gender Pay Gap Unchanged
Graph: GDP Continues Upward Trend - Percentage Change in Real GDP: Q4 2007 - Q4 2009
Graph: GDP Grows for Third Consecutive Quarter
Graph: Hiring Comparison Between Large, Medium, and Small Businesses
Graph: Housing Market Troubles Persist
Graph: Inflation Pressures Remain Subdued
Graph: Long-term Unemployment and Underemployment in the African American Community
Graph: Monthly Change in Nonfarm Payrolls - Jan. 2008-April 2010 (Seasonally Adjusted)
Graph: Monthly Change in Nonfarm Payrolls - Jan. 2008-March 2010 (Seasonally Adjusted)
Graph: Productivity Increases Since Beginning of Recession in Dec. 2007
Graph: Real Median Household Income - Bush Administration
Graph: Unemployment Rate, 1970-Present
Housing Starts Remain Depressed Despite Record Low Interest Rates
Housing Starts Remain Low Due to High Homeowner Vacancy Rates
Impact of Stimulus on Gross Domestic Product
Lending Standards for Small Businesses Remain High
Map: Estimated Percentage of Seriously Delinquent Nonprime Loans
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls - Jan 08-Sept 10
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls - January 2008 - March 2012
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls Seasonally Adjusted, January 2008 - February 2012
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls Seasonally Adjusted, January 2008 - June 2011
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls Seasonally Adjusted, January 2008 - November 2011
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls Seasonally Adjusted, January 2008- December 2011
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls Seasonally Adjusted, January 2008- January 2012
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls, January 2008 - April 2012
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls, January 2008 - April 2013
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls, January 2008 - August 2012
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls, January 2008 - August 2013
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls, January 2008 - December 2012
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls, January 2008 - December 2013
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls, January 2008 - February 2013
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls, January 2008 - February 2014
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls, January 2008 - January 2013
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls, January 2008 - January 2014
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls, January 2008 - July 2011
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls, January 2008 - July 2012
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls, January 2008 - July 2013
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls, January 2008 - June 2013
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls, January 2008 - March 2013
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls, January 2008 - March 2014
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls, January 2008 - May 2013
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls, January 2008 - November 2013
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls, January 2008 - October 2011
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls, January 2008 - October 2013
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls, January 2008 - September 2012
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls, January 2008 - September 2013
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls, January 2008- May 2012
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls, January 2008- November 2012
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls, January 2008- October 2012
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls, January 2008-April 2014
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls, January 2008-June 2014
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls, January 2008-May 2014
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls: Jan '08 - Dec '10
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls: Jan. 2008-June 2010
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls: January 2008-August 2010
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls: January 2008-July 2010
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls: Seasonally Adjusted, January 2008 - May 2011
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls: Seasonally Adjusted, January 2008 -April 2011
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls: Seasonally Adjusted, January 2008 -February 2011
Monthly Change in Private Payrolls: Seasonally Adjusted, January 2008 -January 2011
New and Existing Home Sales Plummet with Expiration of Homebuyers' Tax Credit
Pennsylvania County-Level Data - May 2012
Quarterly Percentage Change in GDP Since 2007
Sources of Economic Growth in 2010: Contributions to % Change in Real GDP by Quarter
UI Benefits Should Be Extended - Just Look at the Unemployment Rate
Unemployment Rates by Veteran Status and Service Period
Data Release: BEA 1st Quarter GDP Numbers (Advance Estimate)
Data Release: BLS March 2010 Employment Situation
Politico: Jobs of the Future
A Local Look at the National Foreclosure Crisis: Cleveland Families, Neighborhoods, Economy Under Siege from the Subprime Mortgage Fallout
Addressing the Problem on African-American Male Unemployment
Are the Explosive Costs of Elder Care hurting Family Finances and Business Competition?
At What Cost?: Egregious Price Increases in the Pharmaceutical Drug Industry
Balancing Work and Family in the Recession: How Employees and Employers are Coping
CANCELED: JEC Hearing on February Employment Report, Friday (March 4)
Commercial Real Estate: Do Rising Defaults Pose Systemic Threat?
Do Sovereign Wealth Funds Make the U.S. Economy Stronger or Pose National Security Risks?
Efficiency: The Hidden Secret to Solving Our Energy Crisis
Ensuring Our Economic Future by Promoting Middle-Class Prosperity
Equal Pay For Equal Work? New Evidence on the Persistence of the Gender Pay Gap
Evolution of an Economic Crisis?: The Subprime Lending Disaster and the Threat to the Broader Economy
Faltering Economic Growth and the Need for Economic Stimulus
Fight Now Pay Later: The Future Costs of Funding the Iraq War
Following the Money: A Quarterly Report by the Special Inspector General for the TARP
How Are High Food Prices Impacting American Families?
How Much More Can American Families Be Squeezed By Stagnant Wages, Skyrocketing Household Costs, And Falling Home Prices?
Illegal Drugs: Economic Impact, Societal Costs, Policy Responses
Importing Success: Why Work-Family Policies from Abroad Make Economic Sense for the U.S.
Investing in the Future of the Federal Workforce: Paid Parental Leave Improves Recruitment and Retention
Investing in Young Children Pays Dividends: The Economic Case for Early Care and Education
Is Market Concentration in the U.S. Petroleum Industry Harming Consumers?
Is the Skyrocketing Price of Oil a Bubble or a New Reality for the U.S. Economy?
JEC Briefing: “Tax Incentives to Bolster Job Creation and Strengthen the Economy”
JEC Event: Press Conference on New GAO Report on Gender Pay Differences
JEC Hearing - "Lessons from Reagan: How Tax Reform Can Boost Economic Growth"
JEC Hearing on “What is the Real Debt Limit?”
JEC Hearing on April Employment Report, Friday (May 6)
JEC Hearing on February Jobs Report
JEC Hearing on Gas Prices in the Northeast
JEC Hearing on Immigration: Part I
JEC Hearing on Immigration: Part II
JEC Hearing on Innovation and Job Growth in the Life Sciences Industry (May 25)
JEC Hearing on January Jobs Report
JEC Hearing on Long-Term Unemployment
JEC Hearing on Long-term Unemployment
JEC Hearing on March Employment Report, Friday (April 1)
JEC Hearing on October Employment Report Friday (November 4)
JEC Hearing on Policies for Job Creation and Economic Growth on Feb. 23
JEC Hearing on Prospects for Jobs and Growth on Feb. 26
JEC Hearing on Reauthorizing the Payroll Tax Cut
JEC Hearing on the Fiscal Cliff
JEC Hearing on the Impact of Infrastructure on the Manufacturing Sector
JEC Hearing on Women in Manufacturing
JEC Hearing, "Long-term Unemployment: Causes, Consequences and Solutions"
JEC Hearing: "America's Crumbling Infrastructure and How to Fix It”
JEC Hearing: "Building Job Opportunities for Veterans"
JEC Hearing: "Increasing Economic Opportunity for African Americans: Local Initiatives that Are Making a Difference"
JEC Hearing: "The Economic Costs of Debt-Ceiling Brinkmanship"
JEC Hearing: "The Economic Impact of Increased Natural Gas Production"
JEC Hearing: "The Economic Outlook"
JEC Hearing: "The Economic Outlook"
JEC Hearing: "The Employment Situation: December 2013"
JEC HEARING: "The Future of Newspapers: The Impact on the Economy and Democracy”
JEC Hearing: "The Recovery at Five Years: An Assessment"
JEC Hearing: "The Way Forward from Government Shutdown and Debt Ceiling Confrontation toward Long-Term Fiscal Sustainability and Economic Growth”
JEC Hearing: "Unwinding Quantitative Easing: How the Fed Should Promote Stable Prices, Economic Growth, and Job Creation”
JEC Hearing: "Women's Retirement Security"
JEC Hearing: “Income Inequality in the United States”
JEC Hearing: “Reducing Unnecessary and Costly Red Tape through Smarter Regulations”
JEC Hearing: “The Economic Impact of Increased Natural Gas Production”
JEC Hearing: “The Economic Outlook” with Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke
JEC Hearing: “The Economic Outlook” with Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke
JEC Hearing: “The Economic Outlook” with Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke
JEC Hearing: “The Economic Report of the President 2014”
JEC Hearing: “The Employment Situation: April 2010”
JEC Hearing: “The Employment Situation: March 2014”
JEC Hearing: “The First Step to Cutting Red Tape: Better Analysis”
JEC Hearing: Avoiding a Lost Generation: How to Minimize the Impact of the Great Recession on Young Workers
JEC Hearing: Avoiding Another Lost Decade: How to Promote Job Creation
JEC Hearing: Could Tax Reform Boost Business Investment and Job Creation?
JEC HEARING: Current Trends in Foreclosures and What More Can Be Done to Prevent Them
JEC Hearing: Economic Recovery Through Research and Innovation
JEC HEARING: Financial Regulatory Reform: Protecting Taxpayers and the Economy
JEC Hearing: How the Taxation of Capital Affects Growth and Employment
JEC Hearing: How the Taxation of Labor and Transfer Payments Affect Growth and Employment
JEC HEARING: Income, Poverty, and Health Insurance Coverage: Assessing Key Census Indicators of Family Well-Being in 2008
JEC Hearing: July 2010 Jobs Report (Friday, Aug. 6)
JEC Hearing: Manufacturing in the USA: How U.S. Trade Policy Offshores Jobs
JEC Hearing: Manufacturing in the USA: Training America’s Workforce
JEC Hearing: Manufacturing in the USA: Why We Need a National Manufacturing Strategy?
JEC Hearing: Maximizing America’s Prosperity: How Fiscal Rules can Restrain Federal Overspending
JEC Hearing: Monetary Policy Going Forward: Why a Sound Dollar Boosts Growth and Employment
JEC Hearing: New Evidence on Gender Pay Gap for Women in Management
JEC Hearing: November 2010 Jobs Report (Friday, Dec. 3)
JEC Hearing: Promoting a Clean Energy Economy
JEC Hearing: Spend Less, Owe Less, Grow the Economy
JEC HEARING: The Challenge of Creating Jobs in the Aftermath of the "Great Recession"
JEC Hearing: The Economic Impact of Ending or Reducing Funding for the American Community Survey and other Government Statistics
JEC HEARING: THE ECONOMIC OUTLOOK
JEC Hearing: The Economic Outlook w/ Hon. Christina Romer
JEC Hearing: The Economic Outlook With the Honorable Ben Bernanke
JEC Hearing: The Employment Situation, June 2010
JEC Hearing: The Employment Situation: January 2012
JEC HEARING: The Employment Situation: July 2009
JEC Hearing: The Employment Situation: July 2011
JEC HEARING: The Employment Situation: November 2009
JEC HEARING: The Employment Situation: October 2009
JEC HEARING: The Employment Situation: September 2009
JEC HEARING: The Impact of the Recovery Act on Economic Growth
JEC HEARING: Unregulated Markets: How Regulatory Reform Will Shine a Light in the Financial Sector
Leave No Family Behind: How Can We Reduce the Rising Number of American Families Living in Poverty?
Mass Incarceration in the United States: At What Cost?
Meeting the Challenge of Income Instability
Oil and the Economy: The Impact of Rising Global Demand on the U.S. Recovery.
POSTPONED: JEC Hearing on Job Creation and Economic Growth (Feb. 9)
Predatory Lending and Reverse Redlining: Are Low-income, Minority and Senior Borrowers Targets for Higher Cost Loans?
Restoring the Economy: Strategies for Short-term and Long-term Change
TARP Accountability and Oversight: Achieving Transparency.”
TARP Accountability and Oversight: Measuring the Strength of Financial Institutions
The Economic Outlook
The Economic Outlook
The Economic Outlook
The Economic Outlook
The Economic Outlook: Bernanke
The Economic Outlook: Romer
The Employment Situation - July 2008
The Employment Situation in January 2008
The Employment Situation, May 2008
The Employment Situation: April 2008
The Employment Situation: April 2009
The Employment Situation: February 2008
The Employment Situation: February 2009
The Employment Situation: January 2009
The Employment Situation: March 2008
The Employment Situation: March 2009
The Employment Situation: May 2009
The Employment Situation: November 2008
The Employment Situation: September 2008
The Federal Statistical System in the 21st Century: The Role of the Census Bureau
Too Big to Fail or Too Big to Save? Examining the Systemic Threats of Large Financial Institutions
Wall Street to Main Street: Is the Credit Crisis Over and What Can the Federal Government Do to Prevent Unnecessary Systemic Risk in the Future?
War at Any Cost? The Total Economic Cost of the War Beyond the Federal Budget
What Should the Federal Government do to Avoid a Recession
Your Money, Your Future: Public Pension Plans and the Need to Strengthen Retirement Security and Economic Growth
JEC Releases New Report on Long-term Unemployment
4TH Quarter GDP Falls; Rep. Maloney Calls For Immediate Action
Ahead of Equal Pay Day, Klobuchar Releases New Report on Women’s Wages and Retirement Security
Ahead of Memorial Day Travel Season, Klobuchar Releases Report Showing Minnesotans Paid Over $100 million in Excess Gasoline Costs during 2013 Price Spikes; Total Cost to the Midwest Topped $1 Billion
Ahead of Memorial Day, Klobuchar Releases New Report on Veterans’ Employment
AIG Reveals Counterparties after Chair Maloney Urges Fed to Release Info
Amidst Recession, JEC Examines Tightening Squeeze on U.S. Middle Class Families
As Deadline to Reauthorize Export-Import Bank Nears, JEC Vice Chair Klobuchar Releases Report Highlighting Its Impact on the U.S. Economy
AS MEMORIAL DAY DRIVING SEASON BEGINS: New Analysis Reveals Raising Fuel Economy Standards Would Save American Families Thousands
As U.S. Heads Toward 5th Record Trade Deficit, Chair of Joint Economic Committee Calls on Administration to Put New Pressures on China
At JEC Hearing, Bernanke Says: Currency Manipulation Hurting the Recovery
BRIEF: Census Hiring to Have Increased Significantly During Month of May
Casey Encouraged by Private Sector Growth
Casey Honors Military Spouses on Military Spouse Appreciation Day
Casey on Today's JEC Hearing on Training America's Workforce
Casey Releases January State-by-State Economic Snapshot
Casey Statement on December 2012 Employment Report
Chair Maloney Reacts To COP Report
Chair Maloney Reacts to Grim Jobs Numbers
Chair Maloney: Recession Affects All Walks of Life
Chairman Schumer on President Bush's Announcement that Stimulus Checks Would be Delivered to American Families a Week Ahead of Schedule
Chairman Schumer: Unsustainably High Trade Deficit Will be a Lasting Legacy of this Administration
Coast to Coast, Declining Home Prices and Rising Foreclosures Will Cost U.S. Families Over $2.6 Trillion
Congressional Democrats Discuss Impact of Iraq War on U.S. Economy, Urge White House to Reveal Their Cost Estimates
Does Unemployment Insurance Inhibit Job Search?
FACT SHEET: June Employment Report, Likely Impact of Census Hiring Patterns
February Employment Report: Bad news likely due to effect of snow storms across the Northeast
Federal Reserve Chairman Bernake to Testify at Joint Economic Committee on the U.S. Economic Outlook
Federal Reserve Chairman Bernanke To Testify At Joint Economic Committee On The U.S. Economic Outlook
First Congressional Hearing to Examine Economic Impact of Skyrocketing Food Prices on American Families
Floor Statement of Sen. Charles E. Schumer Chairman During the Budget Debate
FOLLOWING TREASURY AND HUD MEETING WITH LOAN SERVICERS REP. MALONEY URGES ADDITIONAL TRANSPARENCY, FASTER ACTION
Four Years After Lilly Ledbetter, JEC Vice Chairman Designate Casey Releases Fact Sheet Revealing Significant Gender Wage Gap Remains
From Wall Street to Main Street, Can Troubling Financial System Risks be Limited by Government Regulation?
Govt. Report Estimates $23 Billion Saved by Extending UI Benefits
Happy Mother's Day? New Joint Economic Committe Report Reveals Military Moms Face Tough Challenges to Get Mental Health Care, Child Care, and Family Leave
HEARING ANNOUNCEMENT - Efficiency: The Hidden Secret to Solving Our Energy Crisis
HEARING ANNOUNCEMENT - Joint Economic Committee to Hold Hearing on April Jobs Report
HEARING ANNOUNCEMENT - Joint Economic Committee to Hold Hearing on July Jobs Report
HEARING ANNOUNCEMENT - Joint Economic Committee to Hold Hearing on September Jobs Report
HEARING ANNOUNCEMENT: Federal Reserve Chairman Bernanke To Testify At Joint Economic Committee On The U.S. Economic Outlook
HEARING ANNOUNCEMENT: Joint Economic Committee To Hold Hearing On November Jobs Report
HEARING ANNOUNCEMENT: Leave No Family Behind: How Can We Reduce The Rising Number Of American Families Living In Poverty?
In Letter To Bernanke, JEC Chair Maloney Renews Request For AIG Transparency
In the Wake of New Housing Statistics, Schumer Repeats Call for Increased Foreclosure Prevention and Renewed Focus on Housing Market
Is the Skyrocketing Price of Oil a Bubble or a New Reality for the U.S. Economy?
JEC Annual Report: Recovery Fragile, Targeted Actions Needed
JEC Chair Maloney Calls for Improvements to Energy Star Program
JEC Chair Maloney on 4th Quarter GDP Report
JEC Chair Maloney on January Jobs Report
JEC Chair Maloney on Labor Markets
JEC Chair Maloney Open To Repeat, Expanded Stress Tests
JEC Chair Maloney Praises Obama Housing Plan
JEC Chair Maloney Reacts to Release of 'Stress Test' Results
JEC Chair Maloney Reacts To The Release of First Quarter GDP Numbers
JEC Chair Maloney Responds to Sharp Contraction in 4th Q GDP
JEC Chair Maloney Statement On 2010 1st Quarter GDP
JEC CHAIR MALONEY STATEMENT ON 3RD QUARTER GDP
JEC Chair Maloney Statement on April Jobs Numbers
JEC Chair Maloney Statement on August Jobs Report
JEC Chair Maloney Statement on December Jobs Report
JEC Chair Maloney Statement on July Jobs Report
JEC Chair Maloney Statement on June Jobs Report
JEC Chair Maloney Statement on May Jobs Report
JEC Chair Maloney Statement on Naming of Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission
JEC Chair Maloney Statement on November Jobs Report
JEC Chair Maloney Statement on Regulatory Reform Proposal
JEC Chair Maloney's Statement on April Jobs Report
JEC Chair Maloney's Statement on February Jobs Report
JEC Chair Maloney's Statement on June Jobs Report
JEC Chair Maloney's Statement on March Jobs Report
JEC Chair Maloney's Statement on May Jobs Report
JEC Chair Maloney: Unprecedented to Stop Unemployment Benefits With Long-Term Unemployment Rate This High
JEC Chair Maloney’s Statement on 2010 2nd Quarter GDP
JEC Chair Maloney’s Statement on August Jobs Report
JEC Chair Maloney’s Statement on November Jobs Report
JEC Chair Maloney’s Statement on October Jobs Report
JEC Chair Maloney’s Statement on the Report from the President’s Bipartisan Deficit Commission
JEC Chair: “Today’s job report shows progress, but we must continue focusing on job creation."
JEC Chair’s Statement on July Jobs Report
JEC Chairman Casey on June Jobs Report
JEC Chairman Casey on Manufacturing Hearing
JEC Chairman Casey on Today’s Hearing on the Fiscal Cliff
JEC Chairman Casey Releases 2012 Annual Report
JEC Chairman Casey Releases December State-by-State Economic Snapshot
JEC Chairman Casey Releases Letter to Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction
JEC Chairman Casey Releases Report on Manufacturing
JEC Chairman Casey Releases Report on Retirement Security After the Great Recession
JEC Chairman Casey Statement on 2011 4th Quarter GDP
JEC Chairman Casey's Statement on August Jobs Report
JEC Chairman Casey's Statement on February Jobs Report
JEC Chairman Casey’s Statement November Employment Report
JEC Chairman Casey’s Statement October Employment Report
JEC Chairman Casey’s Statement on 2010 4th Quarter GDP
JEC Chairman Casey’s Statement on 2011 1st Quarter GDP
JEC Chairman Casey’s Statement on 2011 2nd Quarter GDP
JEC Chairman Casey’s Statement on 2011 3rd Quarter GDP
JEC Chairman Casey’s Statement on April 2012 Employment Report
JEC Chairman Casey’s Statement on April Jobs Report
JEC Chairman Casey’s Statement on August 2012 Employment Report
JEC Chairman Casey’s Statement on December 2011 Employment Report
JEC Chairman Casey’s Statement on February 2012 Employment Report
JEC Chairman Casey’s Statement on February 2012 Trade Deficit
JEC Chairman Casey’s Statement on January 2012 Employment Report
JEC Chairman Casey’s Statement on January 2012 Trade Deficit
JEC Chairman Casey’s Statement on January Jobs Report
JEC Chairman Casey’s Statement on July 2012 Employment Report
JEC Chairman Casey’s Statement on July Jobs Report
JEC Chairman Casey’s Statement on June 2012 Employment Report
JEC Chairman Casey’s Statement on March 2012 Employment Report
JEC Chairman Casey’s Statement on May 2012 Employment Report
JEC CHAIRMAN CASEY’S STATEMENT ON MAY JOBS REPORT
JEC Chairman Casey’s Statement on November 2012 Employment Report
JEC Chairman Casey’s Statement on October 2012 Employment Report
JEC Chairman Casey’s Statement on September 2012 Employment Report
JEC Chairman Casey’s Statement on the Trade Deficit for December 2011
JEC Chairman Casey’s Statement on Trade Deficit for April 2012
JEC Chairman Casey’s Statement on Trade Deficit for March 2012
JEC Chairman Casey’s Statement on U.S. Census Bureau’s Report on Income, Poverty and Health Insurance Coverage In 2010
JEC Chairman Casey’s Statement September Employment Report
JEC Chairman Schumer Questions Bush Jobs Record, Urges Shift in Overall Economic Policy
JEC Convenes Innovation and Job Growth Hearing
JEC Equal Pay Day Report Shows Pay Gap Jeopardizes Women’s Retirement Security
JEC Fact Sheet on 2009 Census Data on Poverty, Income, and Health Insurance
JEC Hearing Examines the Potential Impact on the American Consumer Due to Loss of Refining Capacity
JEC Hearing on February Jobs Report
JEC Hearing Webcast: “The Economic Outlook” with the Honorable Ben Bernanke
JEC Mother’s Day Report Shows Women Earn 18 Percent Less than Men
JEC Release: Equal Pay Day Report Outlines the Part-Time Earnings Penalty
JEC Releases 2011 Annual Report
JEC Releases April 2011 State-by-State Economic Snapshots
JEC Releases April State-by-State Economic Snapshots
JEC Releases August 2011 State-by-State Snapshots
JEC Releases December Edition of State-by-State Economic Snapshots
JEC Releases December State-by-State Economic Snapshots
JEC Releases Hispanic Heritage Month Highlights on Economic Well-Being of the Hispanic Population
JEC Releases January State-by-State Economic Snapshots
JEC Releases July 2011 State-by-State Economic Snapshots
JEC Releases July 2012 State-by-State Report
JEC Releases June 2011 State-by-State Economic Snapshots
JEC Releases March Edition of State-by-State Economic Snapshots
JEC Releases March State-by-State Economic Snapshots
JEC Releases May 2011 State-by-State Economic Snapshots
JEC Releases May State-by-State Economic Snapshots
JEC Releases New GAO Report on the Gender-Wage Gap Among Low-Wage and Less-Educated Workers
JEC Releases New Report Detailing County-Level Savings by Extending the Payroll Tax Cut
JEC Releases New Report Detailing High Unemployment Faced by Young Veterans
JEC Releases New Report on Benefits of Tax Incentives for Small Businesses
JEC Releases New Report on Economic Benefits of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
JEC Releases New Report on Economic Impact of STEM Education
JEC Releases New Report on Economic Impact of the Payroll Tax Cut and Federal UI Benefits
JEC Releases New Report on Economic Well-Being of the African American Community
JEC Releases New Report on Economic Well-Being of the Black Community
JEC Releases New Report on Geographic and Occupational Immobility and Free Trade
JEC Releases New Report on Military Spouse Employment
JEC Releases New Report on Payroll Tax Relief
JEC Releases New Report on the Impact of Intellectual Property Theft on the Economy
JEC Releases New Report on the Ryan Plan’s Potential Tax Implications for America’s Workers
JEC Releases New Report on Trade Adjustment Assistance
JEC Releases New Report on Trade Adjustment Assistance for Service-industry Workers
JEC Releases November Edition of State-by-State Economic Snapshots
JEC Releases November State-by-State Economic Snapshots
JEC Releases November State-by-State Economic Snapshots
JEC Releases October State-by-State Economic Snapshots
JEC Releases Payroll Tax Cut Fact Sheet
JEC Releases Report On Benefits of Paid Sick Leave
JEC Releases Report on Long-Term Unemployment in African American Community
JEC Releases September State-by-State Economic Snapshots
JEC Releases September State-by-State Economic Snapshots
JEC Releases State-by-State Economic Snapshots
JEC Releases State-by-State Economic Snapshots
JEC Releases State-by-State Economic Snapshots and Mid-Year Report
JEC Releases State-by-State Report on Impact of Recession on Income and Poverty
JEC Releases Women and the Economy 2010: Top Ten Facts
JEC Report Details Recovery in Manufacturing
JEC Report Finds Fortune 100 Companies Overhwelmingly Offer 6-8 Weeks of Paid Family Leave
JEC Report Reveals Extension of Unemployment Insurance Would Ease Pain of Unemployment, Recession
JEC Report Reveals Recession's Devastating Impact On Working Mothers
JEC Report Shows Extending Bush Tax Cuts Won’t Stimulate Economy or Benefit Most American Families
JEC Report Shows Extending Unemployment Insurance Benefits Program Critical to Economic Recovery
JEC Report Shows Income Inequality Peaked Before Great Recession
JEC Report Shows Repealing Tax Breaks for Major Oil Companies Will Reduce the Deficit and Will Not Impact Prices at the Pump
JEC Report Shows Republican Proposals Weaken Social Security Guarantees & Cut Benefits for Many Americans
JEC Report Shows Social Security is Primary Income Source for Elderly Women
JEC Report: Increasing Oil Prices Potentially Threaten Economic Recovery and Clean Energy Policies
JEC Report: Small Business Employment: Tighter Credit Standards Slow Hiring
JEC Report: Women’s Role in Economy Critical to Future Growth
JEC State-by-State Analysis Shows Republican Budget Doubles Out-of-Pocket Costs for Older Americans
JEC To Examine Role of Census in Economic Data Gathering
JEC to Hold Hearing on Job Creation and Economic Growth on Feb. 9
JEC Vice Chair Klobuchar Releases Report Showing Last Winter’s Propane Price Spike Had Significant Economic Impact on Families in the Midwest and Minnesota
JEC Vice Chair Klobuchar Statement on August Employment Report
JEC Vice Chair Klobuchar Statement on Senate Passage of Unemployment Insurance Extension
JEC Vice Chairman Designate Casey Releases Fact Sheet on 20th Anniversary of the Family Medical Leave Act
JEC Vice Chairman Designate Casey’s Statement on 2012 4th Quarter GDP
JEC Vice Chairman Designate Casey’s Statement on January 2013 Employment Report
Job Announcements
Joint Economic Cmte Chair Calls Weak Housing Market And High Trade Deficits ‘Body Blows To U.S. Economy’
Joint Economic Committee and House Federal Workforce Subcommittee Weigh Paid Parental Leave
Joint Economic Committee Announces First Major Hearing on Wage Insurance
Joint Economic Committee Chair Calls Revised GDP Figures ‘Anemic’
Joint Economic Committee Hearing Reveals Work-Family Policies from Abroad Would Benefit U.S. Economy, Workers, and Families
Joint Economic Committee Holds Hearing on May Jobs Report
Joint Economic Committee Releases Annual Report on the State of the Economy
Joint Economic Committee Releases Monthly Economic Snapshots of States
Joint Economic Committee Releases Monthly Economic Snapshots of States
Joint Economic Committee Releases New State-by-State Report
Joint Economic Committee to Examine the Increasingly High Costs of War
Joint Economic Committee to Hold Congressional Hearing to Determine Ways to Stimulate the Economy
Joint Economic Committee to Hold Employment Hearing on Release of New April Jobs Report
Joint Economic Committee to Hold Employment Hearing on Release of New February Jobs Report
Joint Economic Committee to Hold Employment Hearing on Release of New March Jobs Report
Joint Economic Committee to Hold First 2008 Congressional Hearing on New Jobs Report on Day of its Release
Joint Economic Committee: As Economy Slows, Demand for Children's Health Insurance and Medicaid Grows
July's Employment Figures Raise Concerns For the Strength of U.S. Economic Expansion
Klobuchar Calls for Continued Efforts to Cut Red Tape in Government Regulations
Klobuchar Discusses Employment, Economic Outlook in Hearing with Bureau of Labor Statistics Commissioner
Klobuchar Discusses March Employment Report, Economic Outlook in Hearing with Bureau of Labor Statistics Commissioner
Klobuchar Holds Hearing on Veterans’ Employment
Klobuchar Holds JEC Hearing on Addressing America’s Infrastructure Challenges
Klobuchar Holds JEC Hearing on Income Inequality with Former Labor Secretary Robert Reich
Klobuchar Holds JEC Hearing to Discuss Efforts to Strengthen Women’s Financial Security in Retirement
Klobuchar Holds Joint Economic Committee Hearing Focusing on Bipartisan Solutions to Reduce Long-Term Unemployment
Klobuchar Holds Joint Economic Committee Hearing on the Role of Women in Manufacturing
Klobuchar Releases New ‘Mother’s Day’ Report Celebrating the Economic Contributions of Moms Working Outside the Home
Klobuchar Releases New ‘Mother’s Day’ Report Highlighting Critical Economic Contributions of Mothers
Klobuchar Releases New Report Examining Economic Fallout of Government Shutdown
Klobuchar Releases New Report Examining the Impact of Women in U.S. Manufacturing
Klobuchar Releases New Report Highlighting the Economic Importance of Keeping Rural Communities Healthy
Klobuchar Releases New Report Outlining Economic Consequences of Anti-LGBT Workplace Discrimination
Klobuchar Releases New Report Showing Revitalization in U.S. Manufacturing, Urges Action on Legislation to Strengthen Industry
Klobuchar Releases Report Highlighting Critical Role Hispanics Play in U.S. Economy, Urges Action on Immigration Reform
Klobuchar Releases Report, Holds Hearing Examining Economic Impact of Debt Ceiling Brinksmanship
Klobuchar Statement on July 2014 Employment Report
Klobuchar Statement on June 2014 Employment Report
Klobuchar Statement on May 2014 Employment Report
Klobuchar Statement on the Congressional Budget Office Cost Score of the Senate Comprehensive Immigration Reform Bill
Klobuchar Statement on the Nomination of Janet Yellen for Chair of the Federal Reserve
Klobuchar to Yellen: Keep Fighting to Reduce Long Term Unemployment
Klobuchar: Comprehensive Immigration Reform Critical to Moving Economy Forward
Klobuchar: We Must Cut Red Tape to Boost Our Economy
MALONEY STATEMENT ON BUSH ERA RISE IN NUMBER OF UNINSURED, DECLINE IN MEDIAN INCOME, AND RISE IN POVERTY
Maloney, Democratic Senators Discuss January Jobs Report
MEDIA ADVISORY: Joint Economic Committee to Examine Rising Future Costs of Iraq War and Impact on State Finances, Veterans, and Economy
MEDIA ADVISORY: New Schumer Report to Detail Massive Costs Of Flight Delays to Passengers, Airlines, and U.S. Economy as Memorial Day Travel Season Approaches
MEDIA ADVISORY: Senator Webb to Examine Economic Impact of U.S. Drug Policy at Joint Economic Committee Hearing
Momentum Builds for JEC Chairman Schumer’s Call for Additional Federal Funds to Avert Subprime Foreclosure Crisis
New Analysis by Joint Economic And House Budget Committees: 83 Percent of Crushing Federal Debt is a Product of Past Three GOP
New Economic Snapshots Show American Families Are Being Squeezed
New GAO Report on Gender Pay Gap for Women in Management and Working Mothers at JEC Hearing
New GAO Study Provides Deeper Understanding of Recession
New JEC Analysis: American Families Are Spending Twice As Much On Household Basics Than 8 Years ago, But Incomes Are Stagnant
New JEC Report Details Unemployment Among Hispanics
NEW JEC REPORT EXAMINES THE EMPLOYMENT SITUATION OF AMERICA’S VETERANS
New JEC Report Examines the Poverty Situation of America's Veterans
New JEC Report Finds Women Are Increasingly Vulnerable To Job Loss During Recession
New JEC Report Highlights Critical Role of Unemployment Insurance
New JEC Report Highlights Economic Progress Made by Women in Past 25 Years
New JEC Report Reveals Women Experiencing Double-Whammy Of Losing Health Insurance Coverage Due To Their Own Or Spouse’s Job Loss
New JEC Report Reveals: Subprime Crisis to Cost Billions in Family Wealth, Property Values, and Tax Revenues Unless Action is Taken to Prevent Foreclosures
New JEC Report: Credit Card Bill of Rights Will Aid Economic Recovery
New Joint Economic Committee Report Highlights Critical Flaws of Bush Health Care Proposal
New Joint Economic Committee Report Reveals Serious Local Economic Impact of Subprime Mortgage Fallout Across Country
New Joint Economic Committee Report Reveals Total Economic Costs of War Could Exceed $3.5 Trillion If U.S. Stays the Course
New Joint Economic Committee Report Reveals: Oil and Gas Royalty Relief Yields No Economic Benefit
New Report on Social Security Beneficiaries and Benefits
New Report Shows Rising Level of Student Debt in America, Highlights Need for Legislation to Stop Student Loan Interest Rates from Doubling
Oil Production in Arctic Refuge Would Do Nothing to Reduce Today's Sky-High Gasoline Prices
On Eve of Tax Day, JEC Analysis Reveals Taxpayers Would Save Over $1.2 Billion with Free E-Filing
On Eve of Tax Day, Schumer Urges Free Electronic Tax Filing for All Taxpayers Directly With IRS
On Fifth Anniversary of the Iraq War, Schumer & Maloney Call on Bush to Acount for Economic and Budget Costs
On Heels of Foreclosure Spike and Regardless of What the Fed Today, Schumer Calls on Bush Administration to Finally Deploy Tools to Calm Foreclosure Storm
President’s Economic Report Insists Economy is Sound, Despite Worries in Housing, Credit, Jobs Markets
PRESS RELEASE: MALONEY TO HOLD HEARING EXAMINING PROPOSALS TO REGULATE UNREGULATED FINANCIAL MARKETS
Rep. Carolyn Maloney Takes Helm of Joint Economic Committee
Rep. Maloney Applauds White House Report on Women and the Economy
Rep. Maloney Proudly Supports Bold and Targeted Plan to Stimulate Economy
Rep. Maloney Statement on Promising GDP Numbers
Rep. Maloney's Statement on Equal Pay Day
Rep. Maloney: "New Numbers Show We Must Act Swiftly to Pass a Recovery Package that Puts New Yorkers Back to Work Fast"
Rep. Maloney: Frozen Credit Markets Require Transparency and Consistency to Restore Confidence
Rep. Maloney: Mass Layoffs, Credit Freeze and Decline in Spending Contribute to 13th Month of Dramatic Job Loss
Rep. Maloney: Recovery Plan Creates Millions of Jobs, Helps Families in Need, Makes Investments for the 21st Century
Report Underscores Need for Aid to States and Localities
REPORT: Government Investment in Scientific Research Critical
REPORT: Recession Having Tremendous Impact on Working Moms
REPORT: Small Business Lending Declines, Hiring Flat
REPORT: Young Workers Face Record Unemployment
Schumer Convenes First 2008 Congressional Hearing on Sovereign Wealth Funds
Schumer on Falling Home Prices and Consumer Confidence
Schumer on Jobs Report: "How Many Wake Up Calls Does This Administration Need?"
Schumer on Paulson Plan and Jackson Resignation
Schumer on Record Home Foreclosures Report
Schumer on the Iraq War's 5th Anniversary and It's Backbreaking Costs
Schumer on Weak June Jobs Report
Schumer Reacts to Bush Budget Deficit Announcement
Schumer Reacts to Federal Open Market Committee Rate
Schumer Reacts to Record Trade Deficit
Schumer Reacts to USTR Action Against China's Trade Distorting Subsidies
Schumer Releases New JEC Analysis of MBA Foreclosure Data
Schumer Releases Report Detailing Over $40 Billion in Costs of Flight Delays To Passengers, Airlines, and U.S. Economy As Memorial Day Travel Season Approaches
Schumer Responds to Jobs Numbers
Schumer Responds to New Economic Indicators: Softening Job Growth and Huge Trade Deficit are Toxic Brew for American Economy
Schumer Statment on the Confirmation of Fmr. Rep. Jim Nussle to Head the Office of Managment and
Schumer Urges New Policies to Give Middle Class Families a Cushion in the Roller Coaster Economy
Schumer, Maloney Invite OMB Director Nussle to Explain Administration's Economic Cost of War Estimates
Schumer, Public Pressure To Keep Government's Economic Indicators Website Open
Schumer/Maloney: American Families are Losing Ground on Bush's Watch; Income Down, Poverty Up Since 2000
Schumer: Official Economic Recession Label Isn't News to American Families
Schumer: 'Higher Trade Defecit Pours Fuel on Fire -- Bush Administration Must Act Quickly On China Trade Policy
Schumer: All Stakeholders in Subprime Mortgage Mess Must Be Responsible for Helping Homeowners and Communities Hit Hardest by Foreclosures
Schumer: Bush Economic Report Paints Rosy Picture; Ignores Impact of Trade Deficit, Low Saving Rate and High Health Care Costs
Schumer: Bush's Failing Economic Policies are Leaving the U.S. Economy Much More Vulnerable to Recession
Schumer: CHIP a Proven Success in Expanding Health Insurance Coverage to Low-Income Children; Congress Must Reauthorize and Expand Program
Schumer: Economic Danger on Both Sides with High Inflation
Schumer: Economic Stimulus Package Could Gel Quickly
Schumer: Execution of Chinese Chief Food and Drug Administrator Will Not Solve Greater Problems with Faulty Goods
Schumer: Eye-Popping Trade Deficit with China Made Worse by Dangerous Quality Deficit with Chinese Goods Threatening Safety and Health of Americans
Schumer: Falling Home Prices are Serious Sign that Homeowners and Our Economy are in Danger
Schumer: Fed Chair Bernanke on the Right Track, But We Need Action Now to Stem Tide of Foreclosures Due to Softening in Subprime Mortgage Market
Schumer: GDP Rebound is Encouraging but Subprime Market Woes and Housing Slump Worrisome for Long-Term Strength of U.S. Economy
Schumer: Interior IG Report Has It All - Sex, Drugs, and...
Schumer: Mixed Bag of Economic News Proves We Must Act to Stem the Tide of Subprime Mortgage Meltdown
Schumer: Plunging Home Sales Across U.S. Cause For Concern As Subprime Foreclosures Mount
Schumer: Slowest Job Growth Since November 2004 Combined with Weak Housing Market, Raises Serious Concern
Schumer: Weak Job Growth and Plunging Home Sales are Evidence that Subprime Market Woes are Spreading
Schumer: White House Plan For Import Safety Leaves Consumers in the Dark and a Hodgepodge of Federal Oversight
Schumer: White House Would Get 4 Gold Medals Today in 'Bad Economic Policy' Olympics
Schumer: With Home Prices Suffering Largest Drop in Sixteen Years and Home Sales Falling Again, White House Must Not Ignore Obvious Signs of Crisis
Sen. Schumer Reaction To The September Jobs Report
Sen. Schumer Reacts to Bleak August Jobs Report
Sen. Schumer Reacts To October Jobs Report
Sen. Schumer Reacts to Third Quarter GDP Numbers
Senate and House Democratic Leaders Offer Plan to Stem Tide of Home
Senate Democrats Show That Energy Efficient U.S. Families Spend $1,600 Less on Utilities and Gasoline, Bolster Case for Senate Energy Bill
Senator Casey to Chair Joint Economic Committee
Senator Schumer Delivers Major Policy Speech at the Brookings Institution
Senior Democrats, in Letter to Nussle, Renew Call for Administration to Testify About Devastating Costs of Iraq War
Small Market Drugs, Big Price Tags: Are Drug Companies Exploiting People With Rare Diseases?
Statement from JEC Vice Chair Klobuchar on April 2013 Employment Report
Statement from JEC Vice Chair Klobuchar on April 2014 Employment Report
Statement from JEC Vice Chair Klobuchar on August 2013 Employment Report
Statement from JEC Vice Chair Klobuchar on February 2013 Employment Report
Statement from JEC Vice Chair Klobuchar on February 2014 Employment Report
Statement from JEC Vice Chair Klobuchar on July 2013 Employment Report
Statement from JEC Vice Chair Klobuchar on June 2013 Employment Report
Statement from JEC Vice Chair Klobuchar on May 2013 Employment Report
Statement from JEC Vice Chair Klobuchar on National Equal Pay Day
Statement from JEC Vice Chair Klobuchar on November 2013 Employment Report
Statement from JEC Vice Chair Klobuchar on October 2013 Employment Report
Statement from JEC Vice Chair Klobuchar on September 2013 Employment Report
Statement from JEC Vice Chair Klobuchar on the Confirmation of Janet Yellen as the Next Chair of the Federal Reserve
Troubling New Data On U.S. Household Incomes, Health Care Coverage, And Poverty Indicate Families Continue To Experience Tough Economic Times
Trustees' Report Indicates Medicare Trust Fund Troubles Almost Twice as Imminent as Social Security Trust Fund
Understanding the Economy: April's State-by-State Snapshots
Understanding the Economy: June's State-by-State Snapshots
Understanding the Economy: May's State-by-State Snapshots
Update Of JEC Report Reveals More Women Experiencing Loss of Health Insurance Due to Job Loss
Watch Live: JEC Hearing, "Long-term Unemployment: Causes, Consequences and Solutions"
White House Threat to Veto Extension of Unemployment Insurance Lacks Economic Rationale
With Budget Talks Underway, Klobuchar Outlines Economic Priorities in JEC Hearing with Jason Furman, Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisors
With Current Farm Bill Expiring Tuesday, Klobuchar Releases New Report Showing U.S. Agricultural Exports Play Key Role in U.S. Economy
With Economy in Decline and Workers Increasingly on Edge, Joint Economic Committee to Examine Benefits of Public Workers' Pension Plans
With Gasoline Prices at Historic Highs, Senators Vow to Block U.S. Arms Deals With OPEC Members if They Don’t Increase Oil Production
With Unemployment Insurance Gone for 1.3 Million Americans and Expiring for 3.6 Million More in 2014, Klobuchar Releases New Report Examining Impact Unemployment Insurance Has on Families and the Economy
2010 Job Reports Underscore Need for Aid to States and Localities
2010 Joint Economic Report
2011 Joint Economic Report
2012 Joint Economic Annual Report
A Good Job is Hard to Find: Evidence for Extending Unemployment Benefits Already Exists
A Record Number of Americans Are Living in Poverty, 2.6 Million Added to the Poverty Rolls in 2010
Addressing Long-Term Unemployment after the Great Recession: The Crucial Role of Workforce Training
African American Families are Being Squeezed
African American History Month 2014
America's Hispanic Population: An Economic Snapshot
American Families are Losing Ground on Bush's Watch; Income Down, Poverty Up Since 2000
Analysis of the Energy Bill Tax Provision 199
Assessing the Impact of the Great Recession on Income and Poverty Across States
Assessing the Impact of the Great Recession on Income, Poverty, and Health Insurance Coverage in the United States: State Level Data
Assistance Available Through the Tax Code for Families with Children
Billions in Offshore Royalty Relief for Oil and Gas Companies Buys Little for Taxpayers
Black History Month- An Update on the Economic Well-Being of the African American Community
Broken Promise: The Need to Improve Economic Security for Veterans
Building Job Opportunities for Returning Veterans
Celebrating 75 Years of Social Security
CHIP Makes Economic Sense
Does Unemployment Insurance Inhibit Job Search?
Earnings, Income and Retirement Security for Women
Easing the Squeeze on American Families
End Tax Breaks For Big Oil: Reduce the Federal Deficit Without Increasing Prices At The Pump
Energy Efficiency is a Bright Idea
Equality in Job Loss
Extending the Bush Tax Cuts is the Wrong Way to Stimulate the Economy
Extending the Federal Unemployment Insurance Benefits Program
Extending Unemployment Insurance Benefits: The Cost of Inaction for Disabled Workers
Fact Sheet: 20th Anniversary of the Family and Medical Leave Act
Fact Sheet: 4th Anniversary of the Fair Pay Act of 2009
Fact Sheet: Black History Month, February 2013
Factsheet: Social Security Provides Economic Security to Women
Families Missing Out on Billions of Unclaimed Tax Credits
Families Near Retirement are Being Squeezed
Fiscal Responsibility: Which Party has a Better Record?
Free E-Filing Makes Sense for Both Taxpayers and the IRS
From Wall Street to Main Street: Understanding How the Credit Crisis Affects You
Gasoline Price Spikes and Their Impact on the Economy
Health Insurance in America
Heath Care Coverage at Record Low
High Oil Prices Have Significant Effects on Consumers and the U.S. Economy
Highlights from the Census Bureau's Update on Income, Poverty, and Health Insurance Coverage in the United States, 2011
Hispanic Families are Being Squeezed
Hispanic Heritage Month - An Update on the Economic Well-Being of the Latino Population
How Continuing the Payroll Tax Cut and Federal UI Benefits Will Help American Families and Support the Recovery
Income in America
Income Inequality and the Great Recession
Income Inequality in the United States
Income, Poverty and Health Insurance Coverage in the United States
Income, Poverty and Health Insurance Coverage in the United States
Income, Poverty, and Health Insurance in America: 2008
Increasing Economic Opportunity in the African American Community: Includes State-Level Economic Data
Invest in Women, Invest in America: A Comprehensive Review of Women in the U.S. Economy
Investing in College Education
Investing in Families Taking Care of Elderly Parents
Investing in Raising Children
Joint Economic Committee Annual Report
Keeping More Money in the Pockets of American Families: County-Level Data of Savings by Extending the Payroll Tax Cut
Keeping Rural Communities Healthy
Large Gender Pay Gap for Older Workers Threatens Economic Security of Older Women
Lifeline for Families, Support for the Economy - The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program
Long-Term Unemployment in the United States
Manufacturing in America: Challenges and Policy Solutions
Manufacturing Jobs for the Future
Meeting the Challenge of Household Earnings Instability
Memorial Day 2012: Combatting High Unemployment Among Young Veterans
Money in the Bank, Not in the Tank
Most Baby Boomers are Saving Enough, But Many are at Risk of Significant Shortfalls
Mother's Day 2013: The Importance of Mothers for Family Economic Security
Mother's Day 2014: An Update on the Importance of Mothers for Family Economic Security
Mother’s Day Report: Paycheck Fairness Helps Families, Not Just Women
Nowhere to Go: Geographic and Occupational Immobility and Free Trade
Paid Family Leave at Fortune 100 Companies: A Basic Standard but Still not the Gold Standard
Poverty in America
President Bush's Dismal Economic Record
President’s Economic Report Insists Economy is Sound, Despite Serious Worries in Housing, Credit, Jobs Markets
Propane Price Spikes and Their Impact on the Economy
Report On Benefits of Paid Sick Leave
REPORT UPDATE: Comprehensive Health Insurance Reform: An Essential Prescription for Women.
Report Update: Sheltering Neighborhoods from the Subprime Foreclosure Storm
Report: Meeting the Needs of Veterans In Today’s Labor Force
Retirement Security After the Great Recession: Middle-Income and Middle-Aged Americans Feeling the Squeeze
Rising Oil Prices: A Potential Threat to Economic Recovery and Energy-Efficiency Policies
Sheltering Neighborhoods from the Subprime Foreclosure Storm
Small Business Employment: Bank Lending Restrains Job Creation
Small Business Employment: Tighter Credit Standards Slow Hiring
SPECIAL MOTHER'S DAY REPORT: Helping Military Moms Balance Family and Longer Deployments
STATE BY STATE ANALYSIS: Bush Budget Again Ignores America's Middle Class Families
State by State Foreclosure Analysis
State by State Median Wages and Unemployment Rates
State Unemployment Rates for December 2008
State Unemployment Rates: July 2009
State-by-State Figures: Foreclosure and Housing Wealth Losses
STEM Education for the Innovation Economy
STEM Education: Preparing Jobs of the Future
Stemming The Current Economic Downturn Will Require More Stimulus
Strengthening Military Households by Decreasing the Barriers to Work
Supporting the Engines of Economic Growth: Payroll Tax Relief Supports Economic Recovery
Tax Incentives for Small Business Hiring and Investment: Strengthening the Backbone of the Economy
The 2009 Joint Economic Report
The Case for Maintaining Unemployment Insurance: Supporting Workers and Strengthening the Economy
The Causes and Consequences of Increasing Student Debt
The Contribution of Exports to Economic Growth and the Important Role of the Export-Import Bank
The Crisis of Black Male Joblessness
The Earnings Penalty for Part-Time Work: An Obstacle to Equal Pay
The Economic Benefits of Investing in High-Quality Preschool Education
The Economic Case for Continuing Federal Unemployment Insurance
The Economic Consequences of Discrimination Based on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity
The Economic Consequences of the Federal Government Shutdown
The Economic Contribution of America's Farmers and the Importance of Agricultural Exports
The Economic Costs of Debt-Ceiling Brinksmanship
The Gender Wage Gap Jeopardizes Women's Retirement Security
The Impact of Intellectual Property Theft on the Economy
The Importance of Trade Adjustment Assistance for America's Workers
The Payroll Tax Cut Supported the Economic Recovery, Created Jobs and Bolstered the Social Security Trust Fund in 2012
The Pivotal Role of Government Investment in Basic Research
The President's Health Care Proposal: All Risk, No Reward
The Republican Medicare Plan- Health Care Expenditures Would Double for Elderly in Every State
The Subprime Lending Crisis: The Economic Impact on Wealth, Property Values, and Tax Revenues, and How We Got There
The Truth About Crude Oil Production in ANWR
The Way We Were: Comparing the Bush Economy with the Clinton Economy
Trade Adjustment Assistance: Helping Workers Harmed by Global Competition
Trends from the 2010 Job Reports Underscore Need for Aid to States and Localities
U.S. Trade with South Korea: Implications for the U.S. Economy
Understanding the Economy: Long-Term Unemployment in the African American Community
Understanding the Economy: Promising Signs of Recovery in Manufacturing
Understanding the Economy: State-by-State Economic Snapshots (April 2011)
Understanding the Economy: State-By-State Economic Snapshots (November 2012)
Understanding the Economy: State-by-State Snapshot (April Data)
Understanding the Economy: State-by-State Snapshot (June Data)
Understanding the Economy: State-by-State Snapshots (April 2012)
Understanding the Economy: State-by-State Snapshots (August 2011)
Understanding the Economy: State-By-State Snapshots (August 2012)
Understanding the Economy: State-by-State Snapshots (August Data Update)
Understanding the Economy: State-by-State Snapshots (Dec. Data)
Understanding the Economy: State-by-State Snapshots (December 2011)
Understanding the Economy: State-By-State Snapshots (December 2012)
Understanding the Economy: State-by-State Snapshots (Feb. Data)
Understanding the Economy: State-by-State Snapshots (February 2011 Data)
Understanding the Economy: State-by-State Snapshots (Jan. Data)
Understanding the Economy: State-by-State Snapshots (January 2011 Data)
Understanding the Economy: State-by-State Snapshots (January 2011)
Understanding the Economy: State-By-State Snapshots (January 2012)
Understanding the Economy: State-By-State Snapshots (January 2013)
Understanding the Economy: State-by-State Snapshots (July 2011)
Understanding the Economy: State-By-State Snapshots (July 2012)
Understanding the Economy: State-by-State Snapshots (June 2011)
Understanding the Economy: State-By-State Snapshots (June 2012)
Understanding the Economy: State-by-State Snapshots (Mar. Data)
Understanding the Economy: State-by-State Snapshots (March 2011)
Understanding the Economy: State-by-State Snapshots (March 2012 - First Edition)
Understanding the Economy: State-by-State Snapshots (March 2012 - Second Edition)
Understanding the Economy: State-By-State Snapshots (March 2013)
Understanding the Economy: State-by-State Snapshots (May 2011)
Understanding the Economy: State-by-State Snapshots (May 2012)
Understanding the Economy: State-by-State Snapshots (May Data)
Understanding the Economy: State-by-State Snapshots (November 2011)
Understanding the Economy: State-by-State Snapshots (November Data)
Understanding the Economy: State-by-State Snapshots (October 2011)
Understanding the Economy: State-By-State Snapshots (October 2012)
Understanding the Economy: State-by-State Snapshots (October Data)
Understanding the Economy: State-by-State Snapshots (September 2011)
Understanding the Economy: State-By-State Snapshots (September 2012)
Understanding the Economy: State-by-State Snapshots (September Data Update)
Understanding the Economy: Unemployment Among Young Workers
Understanding the Economy: Unemployment in the Hispanic Community
Understanding the Economy: Working Mothers in the Great Recession
Unnecessary Risk: The Perils of Privatizing Social Security
UPDATE: The Subprime Mortgage Market Crisis Timeline
Vicious Cycle: How Unfair Credit Card Practices are Squeezing Consumers and Underminig the Recovery
War at Any Price?: The Total Economic Costs of the War Beyond the Federal Budget
Winners and Losers: Understanding the Ryan Plan’s Potential Tax Implications for America’s Workers
Women and the Economy 2010: 25 Years of Progress But Challenges Remain
Women and Their Families are Being Squeezed
Women in Manufacturing
Women in the Recession - Working Mothers Face High Rates of Unemployment
Worsening Economic Conditions Will Increase Demand for the State Children's Health Insurance Program and Medicaid
Young Workers and Their Families are Being Squeezed
Your Flight Has Been Delayed Again
165,000 JOBS ADDED IN APRIL
169,000 JOBS ADDED IN AUGUST
175,000 JOBS ADDED IN MAY
195,000 JOBS ADDED IN JUNE
CONSUMER SPENDING AND INCOMES RISE AS WINTER SUBSIDES
CONSUMER SPENDING UPDATE
CONSUMER SPENDING WAS FLAT IN JANUARY AFTER INFLATION
CONTINUING SIGNS OF SLOW BUT STEADY RECOVERY
DECLINING LABOR SUPPLY CONTRIBUTED TO NOVEMBER DROP IN UNEMPLOYMENT
DELAYS IN RAISING THE DEBT CEILING THREATEN THE ECONOMY
DESPITE GOOD NEWS ABOUT DURABLE GOODS AND CONSUMPTION, HOUSING A POTENTIAL DRAG ON RECOVERY
ECONOMY ADDED 192,000 JOBS IN MARCH
ECONOMY STABILIZING: EVIDENCE IN HOUSING AND NEW ORDERS
ECONOMY STRENGTHENS IN NOVEMBER
EMPLOYMENT GAINS CONTINUE FOR FIFTH STRAIGHT MONTH
EMPLOYMENT GREW MODESTLY IN AUGUST
Employment Grew Modestly in August
EMPLOYMENT GREW MODESTLY IN JANUARY
EMPLOYMENT REPORT SHOWED SOLID IMPROVEMENTS IN JANUARY
EMPLOYMENT ROSE AND UNEMPLOYMENT DECLINED IN NOVEMBER
EMPLOYMENT, HOURS AND EARNINGS GREW IN DECEMBER
FACTORY OUTPUT EDGED DOWN AT THE CLOSE OF A STRONG FIRST QUARTER
FEBRUARY JOB GAINS WERE LARGER THAN ANTICIPATED
FOURTH-QUARTER GROWTH DISAPPOINTS AND EARNINGS LAG INFLATION
FURTHER EVIDENCE THAT ECONOMIC GROWTH MAY BE TOO MODEST TO BOOST EMPLOYMENT
FUTURE GROWTH UNCERTAIN DUE TO MIXED SIGNALS ABOUT CONSUMER SPENDING
GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN, BRINKSMANSHIP HAVE HARMED THE ECONOMY
HOME BUILDING REMAINED STRONG IN MARCH
HOME SALES DIPPED IN DECEMBER BUT DURABLE GOODS ORDERS CLIMBED
HOME SALES WERE MIXED IN JANUARY
HOPEFUL SIGNS ON THE ECONOMY
HOUSEHOLD DEBT CONTINUED TO DECLINE IN THE FIRST QUARTER
HOUSEHOLD INCOME OUTPACED SPENDING IN APRIL
HOUSEHOLD SPENDING AND BORROWING GREW IN MARCH
HOUSING INDICATORS WERE MIXED IN JUNE—RECOVERY IS NOT YET IN SIGHT
HOUSING MARKET REMAINS LACKLUSTER ADDING TO UNEVEN RECOVERY
HOUSING WEAKENED IN FEBRUARY
INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION REBOUNDED WHILE PRICES WERE FLAT IN DECEMBER
Inflation Declined Slightly in June
INFLATION REMAINS LOW AS RETAIL SALES AND HOUSING STARTS RISE
JOB GAINS WERE MODEST IN OCTOBER
JOB GROWTH CONTINUED IN JANUARY
JOB GROWTH SOFTENED IN DECEMBER, CAPPING A YEAR OF SOLID GAINS
Job Openings Rose Again in May
JULY JOBS REPORT: STRONGER THAN EXPECTED, NOT STRONG ENOUGH
LABOR MARKET CONDITIONS CONTINUE TO IMPROVE
LABOR MARKETS STRENGTHENED IN FEBRUARY
LATEST DATA SHOW EXPORTS ACCELERATING, IMPORTS DOWN
LOW INFLATION AND RISING PRODUCTION POINT TO CONTINUED EXPANSION, BUT WEAK HOUSING MARKET COULD BE A DRAG ON NASCENT RECOVERY
LOW INFLATION AND SUBDUED ECONOMIC ACTIVITY FUEL ARGUMENTS FOR CONGRESSIONAL ACTION
MANUFACTURING PRODUCTION CONTINUED TO GROW IN OCTOBER
MAY EMPLOYMENT REPORT
MORE UPBEAT INDICATORS IN FEBRUARY
NEARLY 300,000 JOBS ADDED IN APRIL
NEW DATA SUGGEST THE ECONOMY IS GROWING AT A MODERATE PACE
NEW HOME SALES ROSE IN JANUARY, BUT NEW HOMES STARTED IN JANUARY DECLINED
NEW SINGLE-FAMILY HOME BUILDING AND SALES ROSE IN MAY
OCTOBER JOB GAINS WERE LARGER THAN ANTICIPATED
PAYROLLS GREW MODESTLY IN JUNE
PAYROLLS RECORDED SOLID GAINS IN FEBRUARY
POSITIVE SIGNS FOR MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY AND RETAIL SECTOR
PRODUCTION AND SALES ACCELERATED BUT INCOME FELL IN THIRD QUARTER
PRODUCTION, SALES AND NEW HOME BUILDING INCREASED IN DECEMBER
RECENT INDICATORS SHOW A GROWING ECONOMY
RETAIL SALES AND FACTORY OUTPUT REBOUNDED IN FEBRUARY
Retail Sales and Factory Output Rose Significantly During the Second Quarter
RETAIL SALES AND FACTORY PRODUCTION GREW AGAIN IN MARCH
RETAIL SALES AND FACTORY PRODUCTION GREW IN MAY
RETAIL SALES AND FACTORY PRODUCTION ROSE IN DECEMBER, CAPPING A STRONG QUARTER
RETAIL SALES AND FACTORY PRODUCTION ROSE IN JANUARY
RETAIL SALES AND INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION RETURNED TO GROWTH IN NOVEMBER
RETAIL SALES AND INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION ROSE IN AUGUST
RETAIL SALES AND INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION ROSE IN NOVEMBER
RETAIL SALES EDGED UP IN APRIL WHILE PRODUCTION REBOUNDED
RETAIL SALES EDGED UP WHILE PRODUCTION INCREASED IN APRIL
RETAIL SALES FELL BUT INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION ROSE IN JUNE
RETAIL SALES FLATTENED IN AUGUST BUT FACTORY PRODUCTION STAYED BRISK
RETAIL SALES GREW AHEAD OF EXPECTATIONS IN MARCH
RETAIL SALES GREW IN APRIL
RETAIL SALES PICKED UP IN FEBRUARY
RETAIL SALES PICKED UP IN MAY
Retail Sales Rose in August
RETAIL SALES ROSE IN JUNE
RETAIL SALES ROSE MODESTLY WHILE PRODUCTION EDGED DOWN IN NOVEMBER
SEPTEMBER RETAIL SALES PROVED SURPRISINGLY STRONG
SLUGGISH LABOR MARKET RECOVERY CONTINUES WITH MODEST PRIVATE SECTOR EMPLOYMENT GAINS
SOLID JOB GAINS CONTINUED IN MAY
SOME STRENGTH SEEN IN LAGGING JULY INDICATORS
Strong Job Gains Continued in June
THE APRIL JOBS REPORT WAS DISAPPOINTING
THE HOUSING RECOVERY CONTINUES
THE HOUSING RECOVERY CONTINUES SLOWLY
THE TRADE GAP NARROWED AND JOB OPENINGS PICKED UP IN SEPTEMBER
THE U.S. ECONOMY ACCELERATED IN THE SECOND HALF OF 2013
THE U.S. ECONOMY DECELERATED IN THE SECOND QUARTER
THE U.S. TRADE GAP WIDENED IN MARCH
THE U.S. TRADE GAP WIDENED IN NOVEMBER
THE US TRADE GAP WIDENED AND HIRING WAS LITTLE CHANGED IN DECEMBER
U.S. ECONOMIC GROWTH WAS BELOW EXPECTATION IN THE FIRST QUARTER
U.S. TRADE GAP DECLINED AS VOLUMES DROPPED IN APRIL
U.S. TRADE GAP NARROWED IN MAY WITH LITTLE CHANGES IN VOLUME
VEHICLE SALES ARE RISING BUT AT A MORE MODERATE PACE THAN IN Q3
VEHICLE SALES REMAINED WEAK IN OCTOBER
VEHICLE SALES WERE DOWN IN JANUARY AS IMPORT VOLUME FELL
WEAK EMPLOYMENT REPORT HIGHLIGHTS NEED FOR ADDITIONAL ACTION
WEEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: The Unemployment Rate Moves Sharply Up
WEEKLY ECONOMIC BULLETIN: GDP Growth Weaker Than Expected
WEEKLY ECONOMIC BULLETIN: RETAIL, PRODUCTION REPORTS SHOW FURTHER DETERIORATION
WEEKLY ECONOMIC BULLETIN: Rising Inflation Reduces Workers’ Paychecks
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: Not So Great Expectations
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: 300,000 Jobs Lost in the Private Sector Since November
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: Anemic Growth Amid Signs of Further Weakness
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: AS ECONOMIC CONDITIONS IMPROVE, LABOR MARKET STABILIZES
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: August Job Report Renews Recession Fears
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: Averting Recession
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: Back-to-Back Months of Job Losses, First Time Since 2003
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: CHALLENGES STILL FACE HOUSING MARKET DESPITE UPTICK
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: CONSUMER WEAKNESS LINGERS BEHIND HOUSING, RETAIL STATS
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: Consumers Using Saving to Pay Down Debt
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: Consumption is Weak, Housing Market Still Ailing
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: CONTINUED SIGNS OF INCREASED ECONOMIC ACTIVITY
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: Cost of Living Up; Job Loss Claims Rise
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: Deciphering the G-8 Greenhouse Agreement
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: DESPITE SIGNS OF ECONOMIC RECOVERY, JOB LOSSES CONTINUE AT A MODERATED RATE
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: DESPITE SIGNS OF ECONOMIC RECOVERY, JOB LOSSES CONTINUE AT A MODERATED RATE
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: ECONOMIC CONTRACTION ACCELERATES
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: ECONOMIC INDICATORS CONSISTENT WITH MODERATE GROWTH IN
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: ECONOMIC INDICATORS SIGNAL LOW INFLATION, MODEST GROWTH
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: ECONOMIC RECOVERY CONTINUES BUT LONG-TERM CHALLENGES REMAIN
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: ECONOMIC RECOVERY REMAINS FRAGILE
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: ECONOMIC RECOVERY REMAINS UNEVEN
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: ECONOMY CONTINUES ALONG PATH TOWARD RECOVERY
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: EMPLOYMENT CONTINUES FALL TO RECORD LEVELS
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: FED ACTIONS TO EASE STRESS ON HOUSING MARKETS
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: FED POSES INFLATION TARGETS ON PRICE STABILITY CONCERNS
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: GASOLINE PRICES RISE, COMPRISING MOST OF RETAIL INCREASE
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: GDP and Job Growth Stall, Real Wages Declining
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: GDP Falls at Highest Rate in 26 Years
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: GLIMMERS OF HOPE WITH CONFIDENCE, HOUSING REPORTS
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: High Commodity and Food Prices
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: HOME SALES, NEW ORDERS DECLINE IN ADVANCE OF GDP REPORT
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: Housing Sector Weakness Persists
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: HOUSING STARTS, PRICES RISE AS INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION FALLS
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: Inflation Ebbs, Production Falls Sharply in April
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: INFLATION REMAINS IN CHECK BUT RETAIL SALES AND PRODUCTION SLUGGISH
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: INFLATION REMAINS LOW AS ECONOMY SHOWS SIGNS OF RECOVERY
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: Inflation Risks Complicate Fed Actions
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: JOB LOSSES MODERATE, BUT UNEMPLOYMENT RISES IN AUGUST
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: Job Losses Total 1.2 Million in 2008
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: Job Losses, Home Price Declines, and Financial Market Distress
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: Job Market Showing Signs of Severe Distress
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: JOBLESS RATE HITS 8.9% AS PRIVATE JOB LOSSES NEAR 6 MILLION
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: Labor and Housing Market Weakness Continues
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: LABOR MARKET RECOVERY UNEVEN
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: Low Confidence, Frozen Credit, and Continuing Troubles for the Housing Market
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: Major Companies Announce Mass Layoffs As the Recession Deepens
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: MIXED SIGNALS ON THE ECONOMY IN RECENT JOBS REPORT
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: MODEST IMPROVEMENTS SEEN IN RESIDENTIAL HOUSING MARKET
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: Nearly 2 Million Jobs Lost as Recession Marks First Full Year
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: Nearly 2.6 Million Jobs Lost in 2008 as Unemployment Rate Rises to 7.2 Percent
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: Nearly One Million Private Sector Jobs Lost in 2008
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: NET WORTH OF HOUSEHOLDS FALLS TO 2004 LEVELS
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: POVERTY AND UNINSURED ROSE, HOUSEHOLD INCOME FELL IN 2008
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: PRODUCTION AND HOUSING STARTS RISE AS INFLATION REMAINS MUTED
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: PROOF OF RECOVERY ACT’S EFFICACY SEEN IN THIRD QUARTER GDP FIGURES
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: RETAIL SALES INCREASE AFTER 6 STRAIGHT MONTHS OF DECLINE
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: SERIOUS CHALLENGES REMAIN IN HOUSING, BANKING SECTORS
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: Signals of a Sharp Economic Downturn
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: State Unemployment Programs Strain Under Pressure from Rise in Joblessness
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: Sustained Inflation, Slowing Economic Activity
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: TENTATIVE SIGNS OF RECOVERY EMERGING
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: The Credit Crunch Migrates to Main Street
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: The Economy Remains Stalled, Facing Strong Downdrafts
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: The Middle Class Squeeze
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: TRADE DEFICIT, JOBLESS CLAIMS DECLINE
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: U.S. Consumers Feeling Economic Slump
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: UNEMPLOYMENT DISPROPORTIONATELY IMPACTS AFRICAN AMERICANS
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: WEATHER PLAYS A ROLE IN REDUCING OUTPUT IN FEBRUARY
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: What’s Behind the Rise in Food Prices?
WEEKLY ECONOMIC DIGEST: Wholesale Prices and Retail Sales Fall
WINTER WEATHER SLOWED SALES AND PRODUCTION IN JANUARY