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The consequences of dropping out of high school
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The Great Recession of 2008-2009 and the Blue-Collar Depression
Blue-collar workers have been devastated in the current recession. And their jobs are not likely to come back. Andrew Sum and his economics team dissect the disturbing facts. There is a crying need,Expand
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No Country for Young Men: Deteriorating Labor Market Prospects for Low-Skilled Men in the United States
The labor market fate of the nation’s male teens and young adults (ages 20—29) has deteriorated along most employment, weekly wages, and annual earnings dimensions in recent decades. The employmentExpand
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Propionibacterium acnes and Acne Vulgaris: New Insights from the Integration of Population Genetic, Multi-Omic, Biochemical and Host-Microbe Studies
The anaerobic bacterium Propionibacterium acnes is believed to play an important role in the pathophysiology of the common skin disease acne vulgaris. Over the last 10 years our understanding of theExpand
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Writing the Urban Jungle: Reading Empire in London from Doyle to Eliot
Much has been written about cultural imperialism and the effects of Britain and British culture on colonized people, but Joseph McLaughlin suggests that the influence worked both ways. Focusing onExpand
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The Great Divergence: Real-Wage Growth of All Workers Versus Finance Workers
In case you wondered whether workers in securities firms and investment bankers have fared better than the rest of American workers, the answer is, resoundingly, "Yes." Andrew Sum and his colleaguesExpand
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