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Publications by date about: Wages

April 10, 2018Blog Post3 facts about Oregon’s gender pay gap
March 6, 2018Blog postFamily budget calculator shows child care costs overwhelm households throughout Oregon
February 19, 2018Blog postThe ground zero of wage theft
February 12, 2018TestimonyWage theft plagues construction industry
February 13, 2017Fact SheetWage Theft Increases Poverty and Costs to the Public
April 12, 2016Blog PostIt’s Equal Pay Day, and Oregon women still get paid less
April 11, 2016News ReleaseOregon Women Still Suffer from a Pay Gap
April 11, 2016State of Working of Oregon SeriesWomen Still Paid Less Than Men: Oregon’s Gender Pay Gap
February 17, 2016Blog PostPeeling away onion farmers' minimum wage claims
February 11, 2016Op-edThere’s room in Oregon’s economy for all to be secure
February 8, 2016State of Working of Oregon SeriesOregon’s Fast-Growing Economy Leaves Many Workers Behind
January 12, 2016Blog PostRestaurant Owners Have Recipe for Success with Significant Minimum Wage Increases
December 16, 2015News ReleaseShare of Oregon Families Who Work But Are Still Poor Increases
December 16, 2015State of Working of Oregon SeriesPoverty Despite Work: A Growing Problem in Oregon
September 25, 2015Fact SheetLow- and Middle-Wage Workers Lose Ground During Economic Recovery
September 2, 2015State of Working Oregon SeriesUnions Are Key to Reducing Inequality
September 1, 2015State of Working Oregon SeriesOregon Income Inequality: More Than Three Decades in the Making
June 29, 2015Blog PostWill Oregon Lawmakers Coddle Thieves?
May 12, 2015Fact SheetTipped Workers Are Adults Who Earn Little: Debunking the Restaurant Lobby’s Claims
April 15, 2015Statesman JournalOregon economy is fine; many working families are not
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