NC Budget and Tax Center, The State of Working North Carolina

The State of Working North Carolina

While now most often thought of as the symbol of summer’s end, Labor Day was established to recognize and remember worker’s contributions to our economy and society.  The latest State of Working North Carolina provides some Labor Day reading to help reflect on the challenges facing workers.  The analysis details trends in the economy and labor market along with policy opportunities for our state to support workers and the economic recovery.  Check it out here.

 

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