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November 1983, Vol. 106, No. 11
The 1995 labor force:
a second look
Howard N Fullerton, Jr.
Economist, Office of Economic Growth and Employment Projection, Bureau of Labor Statistics>/font>
Economist, Office of Economic Growth and Employment Projection, Bureau of Labor Statistics
About 131.4 million persons are expected to be in the 1995 labor force, 3.8 million more than projected earlier; alternative projections use various demographic and, for the first time, economic assumptions about the labor force.
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