Thursday, August 21, 2014

Young Black And Hispanic Workers Still Face Toughest Hunt For Jobs

Tucked in among all the data in the latest jobs report, released Friday, is one troubling metric that throws cold water on what looks like sustainable job growth. That statistic is called, in economics, the employment-to-population ratio, and it quantifies the proportion of the 15-to-64-year-old working-age population that is employed.

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