1. Flexibility, autonomy just as important as pay for some job seekers, researcher says

    May 17, 2022

    Ohio marks In-Demand Jobs Week through May 6. What will it take to fill the more than 200 occupations that make up those in-demand jobs? Faculty at The Ohio State University are taking a closer look at the issue. From a job seeker’s perspective, a variety of factors beyond pay can make a prospective position appealing, according to research.

  2. Picture of a red tractor plowing a field.

    Ohio labor and unemployment updates now available

    Jan 10, 2022

    What does the Ohio unemployment rate mean and how is it calculated? Do unemployment benefits play a role in keeping people unemployed? Where did all the workers go and what will the future hold? You can find answers to these questions and more in two new reports – one on the state of employment in the agricultural and food sectors, and the other on the state of unemployment in Ohio.

  3. Increase in seasonal worker visas a temporary solution for Ohio’s food and agricultural labor markets

    Jun 15, 2021

    Access to labor was a concern for Ohio’s food and agriculture sectors before the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic which brought more volatility to the food supply chain. In April 2021, the federal government moved to bolster the available labor supply by increasing the number of available H-2B (non-agricultural) visas.

  4. Research from Alessandra Faggian Examines Job Market Success of Creative Class Graduates in the UK

    Feb 12, 2013

    How do those in the creative class in the UK fare in the job market in comparison to their peers? In a new study, AEDE’s Alessandra Faggian and her colleagues attempt to answer this question with an analysis of new data in the field.

  5. New Research from Alessandra Faggian Questions Persistent Employment and Wage Gaps for Highly Educated Young British-Bangladeshi Women

    Jan 9, 2013

  6. AEDE’s C. William Swank Program Hosts Advisory Council Meeting Focused on Workforce Development

    Dec 13, 2012

  7. Event Recap: Labor Market Restructuring in Shale Booms

    Nov 27, 2012

    On Monday, November 26, 2012 AEDE welcomed Amanda Weinstein, AEDE PhD Candidate, to present her research titled “Labor Market Restructuring in Shale Booms” as part of the AEDE Seminar Series.

  8. New Research from Alessandra Faggian Examines How Students Who Study in Creative Disciplines Fare in the Labor Market

    Oct 22, 2012

  9. New Research from AEDE Alumnus Bidisha Mandal and Professor Brian Roe Suggests that Women’s Decisions Regarding Stopping Breastfeeding and Returning to the Workplace are Interlinked

    Oct 4, 2012