Data and statistics are integral to policymakers in government trying to tackle problems such as working poverty. And yet, estimates of the proportion of working poor in the US vary from 2 to 19 percent. In new research, Brian C. Thiede, Daniel T. Lichter, and Scott R. Sanders seek to explain the variation in statistics around those in working […]
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