He’s Simply the Worst…
One in eight American men in their prime working years, age 25–54 are not in the labor force at all, meaning they are neither working nor looking for work. This is an all-time high dating back to 1955.
The Weekly Standard reported:

Startling charts from the Republicans on the Senate Budget Committee about male participation in the labor force, particularly men between the ages of 25-54.

“There are currently 61.1 million American men in their prime working years, age 25–54. A staggering 1 in 8 such men are not in the labor force at all, meaning they are neither working nor looking for work. This is an all-time high dating back to when records were first kept in 1955. An additional 2.9 million men are in the labor force but not employed (i.e., they would work if they could find a job). A total of 10.2 million individuals in this cohort, therefore, are not holding jobs in the U.S. economy today. There are also nearly 3 million more men in this age group not working today than there were before the recession began,” the Republicans on the Senate Budget Committee claim.

10 Million Men In Prime Working Years Are Simply Not Working.preview

 

 

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