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Trends in the Joblessness and Incarceration of Young Men
Keith Hall (ad)
In 2014, there were 38 million men in the U.S. between the ages of 18 and 34; about 5 million of those young men were jobless, and 1 million were incarcerated. Those numbers and some related longer-term trends have significant economic and budgetary implications. Moreover, the share of young men who are jobless or incarcerated has been rising. Contents of this report: Trends in Joblessness and Incarceration; Why Joblessness and Incarceration Increased among Young Men; The Implications of Joblessness and Incarceration; Joblessness and Incarceration among Young Men, by Educational Attainment and by Racial and Ethnic Group; Joblessness and Incarceration among Young Men without a High School Education, by Racial and Ethnic Group. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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