Labor & Employment
Overview & Background
Yearbook of Labour Statistics (ILO) REF HD4826 .I63
Provides data on the international labor market.
U.S. Government Agencies
Bureau of Labor Statistics
A wealth of data on the U.S. Labor force from the Dept of Labor. (Free Resource)
Provides statistics on employment, enforcement and litigation. (Free Resource)
Social Security, Research, Statistics & Policy Analysis
Official web site of U.S. Social Security Administration. Provides access to retirement and disability research and OASDI and SSI program statistics. (Free Resource)
Journal Articles & Reports
Full-text articles and abstracts from management journals.
Business Source Complete (EBSCO)
Provides the full-text to thousands of business and economics journals including the Harvard Business Review.
Left Index Online
Provides access to a broad range of literature from the political left, with a primary "emphasis on political, economic, social and culturally engaged scholarship."
Provides electronic access to the publications of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
Statistics & Data
Child Labour Statistics
Numbers on the extent, characteristics and determinants of child labour are provided by the Statistical Information and Monitoring Programme on Child Labour. (Free Resource)
Current Population Survey (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics)
A monthly survey of U.S. households gathering data on the labor force. (Free Resource)
Laborsta (ILO Bureau of Statistics)
Provides data on employment, unemployment, wages, hours of work, occupational injuries and more. Also includes employment projections through 2020. (Free Resource)
The World Bank Databank
Includes World Development Indicators and country profiles. Check the Data Catalog for links to other sources of data including datasets in raw format. (Free Resource)
Extensive data including commodity trading, energy, environment, health, global indicators, and links to international statistical agencies. (Free Resource)
Upjohn Institute for Employment Research
Offers access to datasets of a variety of research and evaluation projects sponsored by the United States Department of Labor. (Free Resource)
Labor Unions and the Internet
Useful web sites for labor union members and others interested in the union movement. Maintained since 1998 by librarians at the Cornell University's School of Industrial and Labor Relations. (Free Resource)