Here's a great opportunity for grad students finishing a dissertation on work and labor:
The W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research has announced its annual award for best PhD dissertation on employment-related issues:
First prize is $2500, and up to two honorable mentions of $1000 may also be given.
Upjohn mainly does quantitative work, but qualitative dissertations would also be worth a try.
Thanks Chris Tilly for passing this along.