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2009
Illinois Workers
in Crisis

(PDF - 840 KB)

2009
Globalization in Illinois
Growing Exports Were Creating New Opportunities for Illinois Workers before the Economic Crisis

(PDF - 914 KB)

2008
State of Working Illinois Full Report
(PDF - 859 KB)

2008
State of Working Illinois Executive Summary
(PDF - 489 KB)

2008
Low-Wage Employment in Illinois
(PDF - 879 KB)



2007
State of Working Illinois Executive Summary
(PDF - 216 KB)

2007
State of Working Illinois Executive Summary
(PDF - 216 KB)

2007
State of Working Illinois Full Report
(PDF - 216 KB)

2006
Illinois’ Future Workforce: Will There Be Enough Workers with the Right Skills?
(PDF - 282 KB)

2006
The Future of High-Wage Jobs in Illinois Policy Brief
(PDF - 634 KB)

2006
Replacing The Baby-boomers: An Industry Perspective Policy Brief
(PDF - 634 KB)

2006
Baby-boomer Retirements: The Economic Implications Policy Brief

(PDF - 638 KB)


2006
The State of Working Illinois Full Report
(PDF - 890 KB)

2006
The State of Working Illinois Executive Summary
(PDF - 675 KB)

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This website contains the report and all of the back-up data that went into its creation.  The information is organized to make it easy for people throughout Illinois to download data about specific regions.

 

The State of Working Illinois is a collaborative effort among three organizations:

The Center for Tax and Budget Accountability
Office for Social Policy Research, Northern Illinois University
Center for Governmental Studies, Northern Illinois University

 

A series of policy briefs will be available on this site that target specific issues of interest to practitioners, policy makers and the general public.  Please check back for further updates.

 

If you have any questions or comments, please contact:

Sherrie Taylor, Research Associate
815-753-0925
taylor@niu.edu

 

 

We thank the Joyce Foundation and Woods Fund of Chicago for their generous support of this project.