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COVID answers in Scientific Journals all over the world

Publishing House: Bureau of Labor Statistics

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1 [GO] Monthly Labor Review 2023―Jan―14 The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on workers with a criminal history Daniel Schwam, Shawn Bushway, Jeffrey B. Wenger
2 [GO] Monthly Labor Review 2022―Nov―16 Has the pandemic permanently changed job requirements? Maury Gittleman
3 [GO] Monthly Labor Review 2022―Jun―06 U.S. labor market shows improvement in 2021, but the COVID-19 pandemic continues to weigh on the economy Roxanna Edwards, Lawrence S. Essien, Michael Daniel Levinstein
4 [GO] Monthly Labor Review 2022―May―23 The challenges of seasonal adjustment for the Current Employment Statistics survey during the COVID-19 pandemic Nicole Hudson, Jeannine Jeannine, Jurgen Kropf
5 [GO] Monthly Labor Review 2022―May―02 PPI and CPI seasonal adjustment during the COVID-19 pandemic Blake Hoarty, Steven M. Muri, Daniel J. Pallotta, Marie Rogers, Jonathan C. Weinhagen, Jeffrey S. Wilson
6 [GO] Monthly Labor Review 2022―Apr―25 The impact of changing consumer expenditure patterns at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic on measures of consumer inflation Brett Matsumoto, Christopher B. Miller, Hugh Montag
7 [GO] Monthly Labor Review 2022―Mar―14 Telework during the COVID-19 pandemic: estimates using the 2021 Business Response Survey Michael Dalton, Jeffrey Groen
8 [GO] Monthly Labor Review 2022―Feb―07 Expected pandemic-driven employment changes: a comparison of 2019-29 and 2020-30 projection sets Lindsey Ice, Michael Rieley
9 [GO] Monthly Labor Review 2021―Sep―24 Applying for and receiving unemployment insurance benefits during the coronavirus pandemic Patrick Carey, Jeffrey A. Groen, Bradley A. Jensen, Anne E. Polivka, Thomas J. Krolik
10 [GO] Monthly Labor Review 2021―Jul―20 Teleworking and lost work during the pandemic: new evidence from the CPS Matthew Dey, Harley Frazis, David S. Piccone Jr, Mark A. Loewenstein
11 [GO] Monthly Labor Review 2021―Jul―09 As the COVID-19 pandemic affects the nation, hires and turnover reach record highs in 2020 Larry Akinyooye, Eric Nezamis
12 [GO] Monthly Labor Review 2021―Jun―11 COVID-19 ends longest employment expansion in CES history, causing unprecedented job losses in 2020 Ryan Ansell, John Mullins
13 [GO] Monthly Labor Review 2021―Jun―08 Unemployment rises in 2020, as the country battles the COVID-19 pandemic Sean M. Smith, Roxanna Edwards, Hao C. Duong
14 [GO] Monthly Labor Review 2021―Apr―23 Estimating state and local employment in recent disasters-from Hurricane Harvey to the COVID-19 pandemic Steven M. Mance
15 [GO] Monthly Labor Review 2021―Apr―22 Employee access to sick leave before and during the COVID-19 pandemic McLeod Brown
16 [GO] Monthly Labor Review 2021―Feb―12 Employment projections in a pandemic environment Lindsey Ice, Michael Rieley, Samuel Rinde
17 [GO] Monthly Labor Review 2020―Dec―28 Employment recovery in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic Elizabeth Handwerker, Peter Meyer, Joseph Piacentini, Michael Schultz, Leo Sveikauskas
18 [GO] Monthly Labor Review 2020―Dec―16 Changes in consumer behaviors and financial well-being during the coronavirus pandemic: results from the U.S. Household Pulse Survey Thesia Garner, Adam Safir, Jake Schild
19 [GO] Monthly Labor Review 2020―Nov―05 Employment changes by employer size during the COVID-19 pandemic: a look at the Current Employment Statistics survey microdata Michael Dalton, Elizabeth Weber Handwerker, Mark A. Lowenstein
20 [GO] Monthly Labor Review 2020―Oct―30 From the barrel to the pump: the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on prices for petroleum products Kevin Camp, David Mead, Stephen Reed, Christopher Sitter, Derek Wasilewski
21 [GO] Monthly Labor Review 2020―Aug―10 The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on food price indexes and data collection Dave Mead, Karen Ransom, Stephen B. Reed, Scott Sager
22 [GO] Monthly Labor Review 2020―Aug―07 Geographic impact of COVID-19 in BLS surveys by industry Michael Dalton
23 [GO] Monthly Labor Review 2020―Jun―23 Ability to work from home: evidence from two surveys and implications for the labor market in the COVID-19 pandemic Matthew Dey, Harley Frazis, Mark Loewenstein, Hugette Sun
24 [GO] Monthly Labor Review 2020―Apr―15 How many workers are employed in sectors directly affected by COVID-19 shutdowns, where do they work, and how much do they earn? Matthew Dey, Mark Loewenstein

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