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U.S. | 22 October 2018 Does the Opioid Crisis Explain the Flat Labor Participation Rate
The failure of labor market participation to increase as the economy has gathered pace, pushing unemployment down from its 10.0% peak to just 3.7%in September, is one of the biggest macro mysteries in recent years.

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22 October 2018 Does the Opioid Crisis Explain the Flat Labor Participation Rate

By Ian Shepherdson

The failure of labor market participation to increase as the economy has gathered pace, pushing unemployment down from its 10.0% peak to just 3.7%in September, is one of the biggest macro mysteries in recent years.

Posted: 22nd Oct 2018 in 'U.S.'

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