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Unemployment Insurance in the United StatesJan. 23, 1926
The Employment Situation in the United StatesFeb. 21, 1928
The Stabilization of EmploymentAug. 19, 1929
Public Employment ExchangesSep. 2, 1931
Unemployment and RecoveryMay 19, 1936
Problem of the Migrant UnemployedJul. 10, 1939
Unemployment CompensationNov. 25, 1940
Full EmploymentJul. 30, 1945
Defenses Against UnemploymentFeb. 25, 1949
Jobless Compensation in Boom and RecessionNov. 12, 1953
Lay-Off Pay PlansMay 16, 1956
Emergency Jobless AidApr. 16, 1958
Lag in EmploymentJan. 7, 1959
Unemployment and New JobsFeb. 1, 1961
Overtime Pay Rates and UnemploymentApr. 3, 1964
Unemployment Benefits in Times of ProsperityMar. 5, 1965
Unemployment in RecessionsDec. 16, 1970
Underemployment in AmericaJul. 11, 1975
Youth UnemploymentOct. 14, 1977
Unemployment CompensationJun. 27, 1980
America's Employment OutlookMay 28, 1982
Federal Jobs ProgramsDec. 24, 1982
The Youth Unemployment PuzzleMar. 18, 1983
Help Wanted: Why Jobs Are Hard to FillSep. 9, 1988
Worker RetrainingJan. 21, 1994
Unemployment BenefitsApr. 25, 2003
Vanishing JobsMar. 13, 2009
Business BankruptcyApr. 10, 2009
Straining the Safety NetJul. 31, 2009
Youth UnemploymentMar. 6, 2012
The Gig EconomyMar. 18, 2016
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