Axios Today, American companies using illegal child labor
Axios, Department of Labor plans child labor crackdown after alleged violations
Wall Street Journal, How Companies Can Lose Workers Without Imposing Layoffs
International Business Times, Tech Layoffs: Amazon Denies Speculations Of Companies Cutting Staff To Regain Pay Power
Business Insider, Companies are using layoffs to cut new-hire salaries and win back the power they held before the pandemic, some recruiters say
Minnesota Senate DFL News, Joint Senate Hearing Outlines Importance of Prioritizing Early Childhood Issues in 2023 Legislative Session
BisNow, ‘Astonishing’: Economists React To Monster January Jobs Report On Twitter
NPR All Things Considered, The Fed raises interest rates by only a quarter-point after inflation drops
NPR Morning Edition, Inflation is coming down but the Fed isn’t about to declare victory just yet
The Hill, Why the Fed faces new risks in its inflation fight amid recession fears
The National Desk, Walmart increases starting pay as competition remains tight for workers
Wall Street Journal, Biggest Pay Raises Went to Black Workers, Young People and Low-Wage Earners, Wages are still growing rapidly. The Fed wants them to slow down.
Utah Business, While tech layoffs continue, other industries are ‘labor hoarding’
The National Desk, Amazon layoffs show ‘reckoning’ in tech industry
Star Tribune, There’s still a hiring frenzy in Minnesota, but will it last in 2023?
Head Topics, Inflation has reached the North Pole as a Santa shortage looms
Grid, Are unions thriving or shrinking? How 2022 reshaped the labor movement.
Politifact, Corporate profits do not drive inflation, but inflation boosts company profits
ABC News, How millions of missing workers are making do without a job
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