Smaller Percentage of Young Americans are Working


by Steven Davies on Jul 3, 2013 | Views: 69 | Score: 0
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Sources: bls.gov
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Steven Davies
Steven Davies on Jul 3, 2013 3:29 PM said:

Since peaking at 69.2% in 1989, the percentage of young Americans (ages 16 to 24) that are employed has dropped to 48.9%, the lowest employment-population ratio in the last 60 years.