Topic - Labor

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Workers receive good news, bad news on wage front

South Dakota State Roundup
January 2000 - fedgazette

Minimum wage as price support

Amid calls in Congress for an increase in the minimum wage, the fedgazette presents two opposing views, an editorial from the Minneapolis StarTribune in favor of such a raise and an editorial from a M
Preston J. Miller
October 1999 - fedgazette

Working Wage: The minimum wage needs another boost

Amid calls in Congress for an increase in the minimum wage, the fedgazette presents two opposing views, an editorial from the Minneapolis StarTribune in favor of such a raise and an editorial from a M
October 1999 - fedgazette

A Higher Minimum Wage-A Mistake Waiting to Happen

Guest Editorial: Preston Miller, vice president and economic advisor, discusses the merits and demerits of an increasing minimum wage.
Preston J. Miller
September 1999 - The Region

Myths of Rich and Poor: Why We're Better Off Than We Think

Book Review
Preston J. Miller
March 1999 - The Region

Can the U.S. economy weather world storms?

Minneapolis Fed President Gary Stern observes the nation's resilient economic performance in light of current and potential economic crises
Gary H. Stern
November 1998 - fedgazette

Trade job growth slows

April 1998 - fedgazette

Are we running on empty?

David S. Dahl
January 1998 - fedgazette

District business leaders are upbeat about '98

Ninth District Business Poll
David S. Dahl
January 1998 - fedgazette

Good news continues for Ninth District economy

Ninth District Economic Forecast
David S. Dahl, Edward Lotterman, Heidi Taylor Aggeler
January 1998 - fedgazette

Metro Outlook '98

Ninth District metro areas share concerns over tight workforce, downtown viability and other issues
David Fettig
January 1998 - fedgazette

Percent change in average annual pay from 1995 to 1996

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October 1997 - fedgazette

Staffing tourism business not an easy task

Kathy Cobb
April 1997 - fedgazette

Tourism may be a young industry, but its impact is anything but small

Tourism has become one of the leading Ninth District industries, supplying thousands of jobs and billions of dollars in economic impact, but the relatively young industry face big challenges in the co
Kathy Cobb
April 1997 - fedgazette

District economy expected to slow through 1997

Ninth District Economic Forecast
January 1997 - fedgazette

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