Recent U.S. Labor Force Dynamics; Reversible or not?
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KeywordsAging; Labor force participation; Older people; Unemployment; United States; employment gap; macro-economic policy; labor; employment; labor force; labor market; Monetary Policy (Targets; Instruments; and Effects); Labor Force and Employment; Size; and Structure; macro-economic policy;
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