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Labor force participation: what has happened since the peak?

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Here's The TRUTH About The Collapse In US Labor Force Participation

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Following the release of the jobs report today, there was a lot of hubbub about the decline in labor force participation, and how the unemployment rate would look a lot worse if there hadn't been a rather big exodus of workers leavi...

Look Who Has the Highest Labor Force Participation Rate, Eh?

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Submitted by Ralph Dillon via Global Financial Data, Lately, much has been made about Unemployment and Labor Participation Rates here domestically in the United States. With unemployment steadily ticking down from 10% at it peak to ...

What The Unemployment And Labor Force Participation Rates Would Be If All Of The Discouraged Workers Came Back

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The unemployment rate has been falling sharply alongside a sizable drop in labor force participation. The labor force participation rate is the ratio of Americans counted in the labor force to the total civilian noninstitutional adu...

Labor Participation Rate Remains At 37 Year Low As 94.5 Million Remains Outside The Labor Force

Business & Finance : Zero Hedge

In another sign that the labor market slack, at least from the Fed's perspective, is now reaching a peak, the Household survey reported that while the civilian labor force rose by over 300K in October, the number of people not in th...

Labor Participation Rate Drops To Lowest Since 1978; People Not In Labor Force Rise To Record 92.3 Million

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It is almost as if the Fed warned us this would happen. In a note released yesterday, a Fed working paper titled "Labor Force Participation: Recent Developments and Future Prospects", looked at the US labor force and concluded that ...

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