Monthly Labor Review


Established in 1915, Monthly Labor Review is the principal journal of fact, analysis, and research from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, an agency within the U.S. Department of Labor. Each month, economists, statisticians, and experts from the Bureau join with private sector professionals and State and local government specialists to provide a wealth of research in a wide variety of fields — the labor force, the economy, employment, inflation, productivity, occupational injuries and illnesses, wages, prices, and many more.

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    All original born-digital documents, 2005-current, are available from the Monthly Labor Review website.

    The Monthly Labor Review was published in print until December 2007, and was then issued in PDF format until July 2013, when all content was published in full HTML format.

    Subject indexes issued separately until 1958.

    The online version of the Monthly Labor Review incorporates the publication Compensation and Working Conditions Online (CWC). CWC articles are included in this collection beginning with the January 2007 issue.


    G.P.O., 2000-

    • lcc: HD8051 .A78
    • oclc: 858838976
    • oclc: 67049610
    • issn: 0098-1818
    • issn: 1937-4658
    • lccn: 2006230179
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    United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Monthly Labor Review. Washington: G.P.O., 2000-, 1915-2024., accessed on May 22, 2024.