Where Has All The Labor Gone?Gene Koretz
The U.S. economy has grown 4.3% in the past year, generating more than 3 million jobs and pulling unemployment down to late-'80s levels. Yet labor-force growth lately has been unusually restrained: averaging a bit more than 1% a year, compared with 1.7% in the 1980s.
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