This chartbook provides a comprehensive look at the demographics, wages, benefits, and poverty rates of the professionals who care for our family members and clean our homes.?Read more
Tying health insurance to employment is inefficient and magnifies the stress of losing a job. It is especially terrifying for workers to lose their health insurance during an ongoing pandemic. Read more
Economic Policy Institute’s research and policy staff are providing ongoing data and analysis to help policymakers understand how we can mitigate the long-term effects of the crisis. See EPI’s coronavirus research series
EPI’s U.S. Tax & Spending Explorer is an interactive web feature designed to shed light on how the government raises and spends money—and how it affects households up and down the income distribution.
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