For younger workers, does occupational certification pay off?

Does earning an occupational certificate (e.g., those issued by trade, professional and industry organizations) lead to higher earnings among younger workers? A study published in Social Science Research by Harvard Sloan Fellow on Aging and Work Kyle Albert, PhD, suggests that certification attainment has labor market value and is associated with higher earnings.

HSPH & Pop Center faculty co-author paper on income inequality and sexually transmitted infections in the US

HSPH and Pop Center faculty members SV Subramanian, Till Bärnighausen, and Ichiro Kawachi  have co-authored a recently published paper on a novel framework for evaluating the relationship between income inequality and sexually transmitted infections in the United States.