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Yet Another Sign of a Stronger Labor Market: Increases in Job Leavers and Reentrants

The headline unemployment level remained unchanged at 4.1 percent in November, but a closer look at the underlying data shows signs of increasing strength of the labor market. One such indication is the continued rise in the number of job leavers and reentrants. For slightly different reasons, workers in both categories can be considered voluntarily unemployed, in contrast to job losers, whose unemployment is unambiguously involuntary.
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