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LABOR PARTICIPATION RATE HITS 34-YEAR LOW… Teen employment hits record lows, suggesting lost generation


LABOR PARTICIPATION RATE HITS 34-YEAR LOW

The percentage of Americans who have a job or are looking for one, known as the labor force participation rate (LFPR), has plunged to a 34-year low, according to a new report from staffing company Express Employment Professionals.

http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2013/08/28/Labor-Participation-Rate-Hits-34-Year-Low

Teen employment hits record lows, suggesting lost generation

WASHINGTON — For the fourth consecutive summer, teen employment has stayed anchored around record lows, prompting experts to fear that a generation of youth is likely to be economically stunted with lower earnings and opportunities in years ahead.Read more here: http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2013/08/29/200769/teen-employment-hits-record-lows.html#.UiDD9RuwXSI

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  • Dave Mende

    Obama is desperately trying to gin up yet another War in the Middle East. Soon unemployment will be solved by Front-Line military jobs fighting against China and Russia/Iran. Also a plus of reduction in US population. The illegal aliens will handle all of the job openings here. Our future is so bright, we need…

  • Mister G

    If you believe in the theory that most unemployment in the U.S. and Europe has been deliberately engineered by our financial masters, think about this – the late 1960’s and early 70’s was a period of quite high employment and in that same period we saw a lot of protest movements for different causes, resulting in some social changes, including improved workers’ rights and conditions. Now there is very little public opposition to government policies. Young people, especially, are dispirited by the employment situation today and are afraid to be seen as ‘stirrers’ in case it causes problems for them getting a job. And workers are hardly likely to fight for better conditions when millions of others are waiting to take their jobs. In other words, what better time to bring in the ‘New World Order’ than when the economy is in disarray and the people are unable to protest against it? This nexus needs to be broken if the NWO agenda is to be successfully opposed.