In this analysis, we explore the following questions about the approximately 24 million men and women of prime working age who were not in the labor force in 2016. 207 more words
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From the Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development:
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BOSTON, MA – The state’s total unemployment rate remained at 4.3 percent in July, the Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development announced Thursday.
President Trump was awake early on this “employment report” Friday, tweeting about jobs, regulation-busting, and consumer confidence, among other things. A few hours later, the Labor Department’s Bureau of Labor Statistics said the economy added 209,000 jobs in July; the number of employed people jumped by 345,000 to 153,513,000 in July, setting a third straight monthly record; the number of Americans counted as not in the labor force, meaning they don’t have a job and are not looking for one, dropped for a third straight month to 94,657,000; and the nation’s unemployment rate also dropped a tenth of a point, to 4.3 percent. 122 more words
New research has found a surprising culprit for the serious decline in working hours among young American men over the last 15 years: video games. 351 more words
Stating up front that I am not well informed about intelligence (IQ) testing, its accuracy, reliability, or its predictability of outcomes. This discussion is from a perspective of a data skeptic classifying different types of data. 2,275 more words