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SWPA Blog #4: The State of Pennsylvania’s Low-Wage Labor Market

Keystone Research Center released its annual report on the economy, “State of Working Pennsylvania 2022,” on August 30. This...

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SWPA Blog #3: The State of Wage Growth in Pennsylvania

Keystone Research Center released its annual report on the economy, “State of Working Pennsylvania 2022,” on August 30. This...

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SWPA Blog #2: The Pennsylvania Labor Market—How Great the Resignation?

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The Update: What’s Happening that’s Important in Harrisburg & DC – August 31, 2022

MESSAGE FROM THE DIRECTOR This week marks the release of our annual “State of Working Pennsylvania” report, often cited...

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The PA Budget: A Disgrace and Dereliction of Duty

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 25, 2021 Contact: Adrienne Standley standley@pennbpc.org 717-805-8466 Statement by Marc Stier, Director, Pennsylvania Budget and...

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Kitchen Table Issues and the 2020 Presidential Election

There has been a lot of discussion about character issues in this election. But kitchen table issues are likely...

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The State of Working Pennsylvania 2020

Scroll down to read Executive Summary and see pdf of full report; click here to download.   Read press...

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In PA, Worker Protections Ruled “Out of Order”

As the Pennsylvania House of Representatives moves toward consideration of legislation that would allow most businesses in the Commonwealth...

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COVID Collapse Likely to Cost Pennsylvania More Than 750,000 Jobs by Summer

Updated:  04/23/2020 On April 16, the U.S. Department of Labor reported “hard” numbers on the economic impact of the...

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Worker Misclassification and Wage Theft in Philadelphia Construction – TESTIMONY

Stephen Herzenberg testified before Philadelphia City Council today on worker misclassification and wage theft in the Philadelphia construction industry....

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STATEMENT: Keystone Research Applauds Independent Regulatory Review Commission Vote to Raise PA Overtime Threshold

HARRISBURG – Today, the Independent Regulatory Review Commission (IRRC) voted to lift the salary threshold below which Pennsylvania salaried...

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STATEMENT: More than 300,000 Pennsylvania Workers Left Behind by New Trump Admin Rule on Overtime for Salaried Workers

HARRISBURG — Today, the U.S. Department of Labor announced its final overtime rule, which will set the threshold under which salaried...

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