Who we are
Quotes from the   Advisory Board
What we do


     Current Rate
     Unemp. Insur.


      Read More
Groups at Risk
   African American
   55 and Over




First Fridays
HR 1000 Jobs Bill


Uncommon Sense
Reprint Series
Special Reports

Faith Community

Job-Related News   Social Security Minimum Wage

JOB-RELATED NEWS October 2, 2015

Unemployment data--September 2015 graphs: CBPP Chart Book

Baker, CEPR, 10/2/15

Gould EPI 10/2/15 See graphs

See http://www.bls.gov/web/empsit/cpseea06.htm for full-time workers.

Witness Wednesdays, Stories of the Unemployed

The missing puzzle piece of the global economic recoveryis finally falling into place, Bird 6/15

Union membership rate in 2014 is 11.1 percent, down from 11.3 percent in 2013

State, Met. Area Employment and Unemployment Data, BLS

The Missing Piece of the Global Recovery

Union Membership rate in 2014 is 11.1 percent

Interactive map: Unemployment rates by state, BLS

Interactive map: Job loss by state. EPI

Deadliest Jobs in America, Bloomberg 5/15

Global Wage Report 2014/15, ILO

Annual State-by-State Unemployment, Underemployment 2003-2012

At Amazon.com "cheap" comes at a very hefty price, Hightower 8/14

Report Uncovers the Real Costs of Outsourcing Public Services, JwJ 3/14

Do You Have Job Fear? What's WhyWe Need Full Employment, Johnson CAF 8/13

Millions of Americans live in extreme poverty, Matthews, 5/13

The Missing Workers--How Many Are There and Who Are They?, Shierholz, EPI 4/13

Going Nowhere: Workers Wages since the Mid-1970s, TCF, 1/13

Are We Winning the War on Poverty? Landy, TCF 9/12

No Relief in 2012 from High Unemployment for African Americans and Latinos EPI, 2/12

How Do States' Safety Net Policies Affect Poverty? Wheaton et al, Urban Instit, 9/11

Who Has Benefitted from the Post-Great Recession Recovery? Sum &McLaughlin 7/11

Jobs Missing in the Great Recession. 12/11

Downturn Continues to Lower Union Membership, Zipperer, CEPR 1/11

How Government spent your income taxes, National Priorities Project

International Unemployment Rates and Employment Indexes 2008-2009, BLS

The Stagnating Labor Market Jayadev & Konczal, Roosevelt Institute 9/10

The Good, the Bad and the ERGly, Stecker, NJPP 9/10

How America Can Create Jobs, Andy Grove, Intel, BW 7/10

SF Labor Council demands U.S. enforcement of treaties & laws ensuring Full Employment, Right to a Job & Union Rights, 3/10

How a New Jobless Era Will Transform America, D.Peck,, Atlantic, 3/10

Many highly profitable companies cut jobs in 2009, Orr, EPI 12/09

Unions and Other Community Groups Benefit Local Economic Development 8/09

The Great Recession of 2007-2009: Post WW II Record Impacts on Rising Unemployment& Underutilization Problems, Sum & al, 7/09

Welfare Aid Isn’t Growing as Economy Drops Off, NYT, 2/09

Why labor law doesn't work for workers, Bacon [EFCA], 3/09

Illegal Firings During Union Election Campaigns, CEPR 3/09

Interactive map: Unemployment rates by stateConference Board Employment Trends Index

The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly: Job Quality in the United States over the Three Most Recent Business Cycles, Schmitt, CEPR, 11/07

Bridging the Gaps:A Picture of How Work Supports Work in Ten States, 10/07

No-Benefit Jobs Leave Parents Struggling, H. Boushey, Sojourners, S/O 07

Unemployment may depress immune function, 4/07

Data--employment, earnings, family income, hours, prices, unionization

Finding the better fit: Receiving unemployment insurance increases likelihood of re-employment with health insurance, Heather Boushey

Ownership Society--Social Security Is Only the BeginningWray, Levy Inst.

U.S. workers enjoy far fewer vacation days than Europeans, EPI, 8/05

Injuries to All [workplace injuries]

Government Budget Calculator, CEPR

The Rise in Job Displacement, 1991-2004, Crisis in Manufacturing, CEPR, 8/04

National Jobs for All Coalition
PO Box 96
Lynbrook, NY 11563
Email: njfac [at] njfac.org

The National Jobs for All Coalition is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization