Inside Monthly Labor Review: Historical Data
Virtual Workshop | Inside the Monthly Labor Review: 107 Years of Historical Data
June 22, 2022
- Sarah Marie Concannon; Head, Government Information & Data Archives; University of Missouri Library, Columbia
- Jona Whipple, Senior Digital Projects Librarian, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
The Monthly Labor Review (MLR) has been the principal journal of fact, analysis, and research from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics for over 100 years. Its comprehensive scope covers strikes and unions, working conditions, wartime economy changes, issues of women and minorities in the workforce, prices, family budgets, industry-specific issues, and more. The MLR has earned its place as a researcher favorite due to its plentiful data tables and concise articles, all published as events were unfolding. We are pleased to announce that the MLR is now fully available in FRASER, the St. Louis Federal Reserve’s digital library, with article-level metadata, free downloading, persistent links, and other user-friendly functions. Join us, and learn more about this fascinating resource.
This is an event hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis and the U.S. Government Publishing Office. Register to attend the live training webinar here.
Please note this is an online event. The online event URL will be sent to you in an email confirming your registration.
Presented by Edmon Low Library Faculty and brought to you by the OSU-Tulsa Library.