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ECON 355: Economics of Labor

What is the Economics of Labor?

 

According to Britannica, labor economics is the study of the employment market including salary, industry, occupations, unemployment, work force etc.  This research guide is intended to help you with your final paper research.  

Research tips

Being a skill researcher takes practice.  Most researchers begin with a large topic and then narrow down to the exact content they wish.  It is similar to sculpting or woodworking.  You begin with either a lump of clay or piece of wood or in this case a subject you are interested in.  You then begin to consider how you want to figure out what you like and dislike about it.  You carve out what you dislike and keep what you like.  

For tips on searching OneSearch, our online catalog and more, please see the video below.

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