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Labor force participation is too low. Labor force participation in the United States has gone from 66% to 63% between 2008 and today. Some of the reasons for this decline are understandable and aren’t too worrisome – for example, an aging population. 163 more words
Oregon Workforce and Economic Information
Oregon’s 2016 annual average labor force figures have arrived. Here’s a quick overview of the numbers.
In the Census Bureau’s latest projections, the growth rate (percentage change) of the resident population is projected to decrease in the long term.
In 2022, the share of natural increase and immigration in projections of the resident population will be equal and at 50 percent. 225 more words
PUBLISHED: "How to Raise Labor Force Participation in Oklahoma" for OCPA (Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs)
I have a new publication out for the Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs (OCPA), titled “How to Increase Labor Force Participation in Oklahoma.” Excerpt below: 316 more words