Discouraged workers and changes in unemployment

Flaim, Paul O.
March 1973
Monthly Labor Review;Mar73, Vol. 96 Issue 3, p8
Academic Journal
Cites the results of a study from the Current Population Survey which showed that the number of discouraged workers is affected by changes in unemployment. Characteristics of discouraged workers; Distribution of workers not in the labor force by reason, between 1967 to 1972; Difference between cyclical versus structural discouragement; Nature of the reasons of discouragement.


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