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The Prime-Age Men Missing from the Labor Force...

Two comments: First, on non-participation of prime-age males: We lost 22% of 55-64 male labor force participation 1958-1995... Then that stopped: since 1995 we have gained 4% in 55-64 male labor force participation... We were losing 1.2%-points of 25-54 prime-age male employment and labor force participation every...
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