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Earncon 2018: Chicago
EARN concludes 2018 conference in Chicago with "The Future of EARN"
The 2018 EARN Conference celebrated building economic power for working families and communities. As EARN celebrates its 20th anniversary, the closing plenary session featured four EARN directors stepping back and reflecting on where EARN has been and where EARN should be heading in its next 20 years.Find out more about our 2018 conference
- September 18, 2018
- Oregon Center for Public Policy
- Daniel Hauser and Juan Carlos Ordóñez
Oregon teachers deserve a raise. Teachers play an essential role in helping children achieve their potential and contribute to our communities. Unfortunately, Oregon significantly underpays its teachers relative to comparable workers in the private sector.
- September 6, 2018
- North Carolina Justice Center
- Alexandra Forter Sirota, Allan Freyer, Patrick McHugh, Suzy Khachaturyan, William Munn, and Hyun Namkoong
As North Carolina grapples with the best way to build stronger regional economies, policymakers should consider the central and positive role that public infrastructure can play in deepening the connections for the state’s workforce to jobs, the state’s businesses to markets and the state’s residents to well-being. This year’s State of Working North Carolina report […]
- September 4, 2018
- West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy
In 2016, West Virginia women earned just 72 cents on the dollar compared to their male counterparts. The median earnings of full-time male workers were $12,801 higher than the median earnings of full-time women workers – a 28 percent pay gap. West Virginia has the largest pay gap out of all the surrounding states and […]