States With "State of Working..." Reports
Updated January 25, 2015
Prepared biennially since 1988, EPI's The State of Working America sums up the problems and challenges facing American workers, presenting a wide variety of data on family incomes, taxes, wages, unemployment, wealth, and poverty. Each year, EPI also works closely with state groups through the Economic Analysis and Research Network. These groups provide a local perspective and offer state-level analysis on economic trends facing working families.
New Reports from 2014:
Connecticut (Connecticut Voices for Children)
Colorado (Colorado Center on Law and Poverty)
District of Columbia Metro Area (DC Fiscal Policy Institute, Maryland Center on Economic Policy, Economic Policy Institute, and the Commonwealth Institute)
Florida (Research Institute on Social & Economic Policy)
Georgia (Georgia Budget and Policy Institute)
Indiana (Indiana Institute for Working Families)
Iowa (Iowa Policy Project)
Kentucky (Kentucky Center for Economic Policy)
Maryland (Maryland Center on Economic Policy)
New Mexico (New Mexico Voices for Children)
North Carolina (North Carolina Justice Center)
Ohio (Policy Matters Ohio)
Pennsylvania (Keystone Research Center)
West Virginia (West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy)
Wisconsin (Center on Wisconsin Strategy - COWS)
Click here to view past State of Working... reports.
For a complete list of EARN groups, click here.