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Employment Patterns During the Recovery: Who Are Getting the Jobs and Why?: A Reprint from the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City ńˇýEconomic ReviewńˇŁ
Aysegul Sahin (au); Jonathan L. Willis (au)
Employment gains during the recovery have differed sharply depending on workersńˇ╗ level of education, age, and gender. Workers with high levels of education, workers age 55 and older, and men have experienced the strongest employment gains in the recovery. The authors analyze these employment patterns and find that the patterns appear to reflect two key factors: long-term trends and cyclical fluctuations. The strong employment growth for highly educated and older workers is a continuation of longer term shifts toward a more highly educated workforce and the aging of the baby boom generation. The employment gains for men are associated with men having a stronger cyclical attachment to the labor force when labor market conditions are weak. Employment and population patterns suggest that weak demand rather than a mismatch of workers and jobs is the primary explanation for the sluggish recovery. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
Between Friends: Writing Women Celebrate Friendship
McGraw-Hill Multimedia Handbook
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Commonwealth of Science: ANZAAS & the Scientific Enterprise in Australia, 1888-1988
Fourth Book of Sexual Questions & Answers
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