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Accounting for the Non-Employment of U.S. Men, 1968-2010
Marianna Kudlyak (au); Thomas Lubik (au); Jonathan Tompkins (au)
Men in their prime working age, between the ages of 25 and 64, constitute 33% of the civilian population in the U.S. At the trough of the 1969ńˇ˝1970 recession, 6.5% of this group (ńˇýpopulationńˇŁ) were out of the labor force (OLF), 90.8% were employed, and 2.7% were unemployed. Since then, the employ.-to-population ratio has trended persistently downward, while the OLF-to-population ratio has increased substantially. This study investigates the extent to which the change in the socio-demographic composition of the population has contributed to the changes in the aggregate labor market outcomes. The OLF-to-population ratio for men is estimated to increase to 16% in 2015, up from 14.7% in 2010. Illus. This is a print on demand report.
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