I am still working through this. Every line brings thoughts to mind. E.g. "The proportion of individuals who reported searching for a job in the past four weeks ... most notable for younger households (those age 45 and less), for whom the proportion of job seekers shot up from 22.7% in March to 28.2%." And here I employ sarcasm ... with unemployment so low and so many workers too discouraged to look for work, why are 20% people under 45 reported to be looking for work? Either more people are without employment than indicated OR most people just have jobs that suck! https://www.newyorkfed.org/newsevents/news/research/2017/an170821
You may wish to speak about "reservation wage" in an upcoming program?
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