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Closer Look at Nonparticipants During and After the Great Recession of 2008
Closer Look at Nonparticipants During and After the Great Recession of 2008
 
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By Julie L. Hotchkiss (au); M. Melinda Pitts (au); Fernando Rios-Avila (au)
Year: 2012
Pages: 35
Binding Paperback
ISBN 978-1-4578-3807-1

Product Code: 1457838079

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This paper determines that around the 2008 recession, there was a significant upward shift in trend of the share of labor force leavers giving "Schooling" and "Other" as the reason for absence from the labor market. This trend shift is observed primarily among workers between the ages of 25 and 54 and is widespread across all educational groups with at least a high school degree. In addition, the upward shift in the trend of the schooling reason share occurred among workers previously employed in occupations and industries with varying degrees of job losses during the recession. This shift suggests it was a widespread phenomenon and not isolated among sectors or occupations that suffered the most during the recession. The implication is that the upward shift in the schooling reason share has more likely been a response to lower opportunity costs of schooling during economic downturns rather than the result of workers trying to overcome skill mismatch in the labor market. Moreover, since transition rates to the labor force are highest among those giving "Schooling" and "Other" as reasons for absence, the decline in labor force participation since 2008 is likely more transitory than permanent. Figures and tables. This is a print on demand report.

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