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Synonyms for labor force

the source of trained people from which workers can be hired

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In summary, both MYR and WLE estimates using 1992/93 labor force participation rate data indicate that young and middle-aged men are retiring at later ages and spending slightly more time in the labor force over their entire worklife than they did in 1979/80.
Harker noted, though, that the decline in the labor force participation rate and its suppressive effect on productivity, growth, and the natural rate of interest poses important challenges for monetary policy because it gives the central bank less room to maneuver.
After trending up for more than three decades, the labor force participation rate peaked at 67.
Considering that the labor force participation rate went up while unemployment went down mean that things are turning well.
This growing participation of women in paid work explains the sincere and committed attempts by the government to decline the gender gap in labor force participation rate.
Defined as the percent of the civilian, non-institutionalized population, 16 years or older, employed or unemployed and actively seeking employment, the labor force participation rate represents not only a barometer of the state of the labor market, but is an important element in sustaining economic growth.
Policymakers are interested in learning what's behind the 3-percentage-point decrease in the labor force participation rate since the Great Recession and how to address it.
Until then, the rise in the labor force participation rate of women was able to offset the decline in the labor force participation rate due to the aging society, but the impact of an aging society now seems to be stronger.
The state's labor force continued to grow in October, bringing the labor force participation rate up to 63.
Turkey's female labor force participation rate in 1990 was 34%, in 2014 29% ( World Bank ).
8 percent had risen to 55, but 55-year-olds' labor force participation rate was just 72 percent If men in 2010 had exhibited the same labor force participation rates as their 1977 predecessors who faced the same mortality rates, Le.
A factor decomposition of the labor force points to the increasingly structural nature of the decline in the labor force participation rate as baby-boomers retire.
com/l/111540/Labor-Force-Participation-Rate-of-Women) Labor Force Participation Rate of Women | FindTheData
Labor force participation rate (Civilian population in labor force age 16 to 64 divided by total civilian population age 16 to 64): 1
The male labor force participation rate was more than three times higher (71.