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May 22, 2024

Long-distance work and compensation

Long-distance work didn’t begin with the coronavirus lockdown; people were collaborating between offices well before then.
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Image of median year-over-year pay change by income
Image of median year-over-year pay change by income

May 2, 2024

Low-wage workers saw big pay jumps after the pandemic. High earners did even better.

by Liv WangNela Richardson, Ph.D.

The lowest earners, those people in the first or bottom quartile, had the largest percentage growth in annual pay gains over the last three years.
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March 21, 2024

We have a champion!

by ADPRI Team

The Business Card Bracket winners are here

In the latest issue of Today at Work, the ADP Research Institute challenged readers to fill out our Business Card Bracket, a game that pits common job titles against each other for the championship.

So, which job title was most commonly used in the United States last year? Did ...

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Line chart using ADP and BLS data to show that teacher demand outstrips supply
Line chart using ADP and BLS data to show that teacher demand outstrips supply

March 11, 2024

With teachers, the law of supply and demand isn’t working

by Jeff Nezaj

We use ADP data to look at teacher supply and demand, and how that tracks with teacher salary competitiveness.
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An image showing that the share managerial hires who are Gen Z grew from 6.4 to 13.9 from 2019 to 2023 while the share of all managers who are Gen Z grew from 0.9 to 3 percent.
An image showing that the share managerial hires who are Gen Z grew from 6.4 to 13.9 from 2019 to 2023 while the share of all managers who are Gen Z grew from 0.9 to 3 percent.

March 10, 2024

Look who got promoted! (No, it’s not mom or dad)

by Ben Hanowell

In four short years, Gen Z grew its footprint in the workforce at a rapid pace. ADP data shows us just how rapid.
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March 7, 2024

Long-distance work and domestic offshoring

by Issi Romem, Ph.D.

ADP data shows how long-distance working relationships are concentrating leadership in metro areas with expensive housing.
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