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Stuck on the Bottom Rung of the Wage Ladder

Type: Reports and Papers
Author: Mark Price, Stephen Herzenberg
Date: February 06, 2006

While previous studies of the upward mobility of low-wage workers have relied on economic data for the United States...

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Where Pennsylvania Low-Wage Workers Live

Type: Reports and Papers
Author: Mark Price, Stephen Herzenberg
Date: December 01, 2005

This revised Reports and Briefing Papers addresses the debate about the need for raising the minimum wage by estimating...

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The State of Working Pennsylvania 2005

Type: Reports and Papers
Author: Mark Price, Peter Wiley, Stephen Herzenberg
Date: September 01, 2005

“The State of Working Pennsylvania 2005” was Press Released at a time of growing uncertainty about the national economy....

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The State of Working Pennsylvania 2004

Type: Reports and Papers
Author: Howard Wial
Date: September 01, 2004

“The State of Working Pennsylvania 2004” paints a statistical portrait of the economic status of Pennsylvania’s workers, families, and...

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Limiting Learning: How Caps on School Funding Erode the Quality of Education

Type: Reports and Papers
Author: Howard Wial
Date: May 01, 2004

The Pennsylvania legislature is considering a school finance proposal that would shift some school funding away from local property...

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Job Losses Due to Trade Since NAFTA Deepen Pennsylvania Manufacturing Crisis

Type: Reports and Papers
Date: December 01, 2003

In the context of an intense national and state debate about the future of U.S. manufacturing, this Reports and...

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Economic Development Subsidies in Pennsylvania: Do they Fuel Sprawl?

Type: Reports and Papers
Author: Allen Rothrock, David Bradley, Meg Myer, Stephen Herzenberg
Date: December 01, 2003

Previously, the KRC published one of the only attempts to gauge the quality of jobs created by Pennsylvania economic...

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