Monthly Labor Review
Abbreviated title (ISO 4)
The Monthly Labor Review is published by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Issues often focus on a particular topic. Researchers outside of the BLS are welcome to submit articles.
In 1915, under commissioner Royal Meeker, BLS began publishing the Monthly Review, with a circulation of 8,000. The name became Monthly Labor Review in 1918, and circulation rose to 20,000 in June 1920. The journal has published its articles on the web for a decade. In 2008 the journal ceased to publish a bound paper edition, and now publishes only online.
- Joseph Goldberg and William Moye. 1985. First hundred years of the Bureau of Labor Statistics. BLS Bulletin 2235. p 110. ISBN 0-935043-01-2
- The Monthly Labor Review web site
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