Since 1967, the labor force participation rate has decreased from 96 percent to 88 percent. As a result, seven million working-age men are out of the labor force. AEI’s Robert Doar partnered with Georgetown University’s Harry Holzer and ICF’s Brent Orrell to explore these issues in a new paper titled “Getting Men Back to Work: Solutions from the Right and Left.” The report discusses the causes of male nonwork and offers bipartisan reform proposals to increase male labor force activity. You can view the full report at the link below. AUTHOR ABSTRACT
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