The following reports on labor market policy were recently released:

Economic Policy Institute

Wages Grew More for Low-Wage Workers in States that Raised their Minimum Wage in 2015
Elise Gould

Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

Policy Basics: How Many Weeks of Unemployment Compensation are Available?
Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

Institute for Women’s Policy Research

Women Gain 167,000 Jobs Out of 242,000 Jobs Added in February
Institute for Women’s Policy Research

The Gender Wage Gap: 2015 Earnings Differences by Race and Ethnicity
Ariane Hegewisch, Asha DuMonthier

National Employment Law Project

A “Training Wage” for Teens or New Hires would Hurt New York’s Workers and Undermine Responsible Employers
National Employment Law Project

Employers in the On-Demand Economy: Why Treating Workers as Employees is Good for Business
National Employment Law Project

Urban Institute

The Big States and Unemployement Insurance Financing
Wayne Vroman