Hourly Workforce Index

The Hourly Workforce Index (HWI) is an economic benchmark that looks at the hours worked by millions of shift workers across the nation to determine how they’re fairing. The Index has three dimensions: national, industry, and state-by-state. The National Index compares changes in employment among hourly workers to the entire workforce as reported by The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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