The labor force is the largest source of employment in the United States.
The labor market is full of people who are unemployed or underemployed, and some of those people want jobs, but the labor market isn’t as full as it was when the Great Recession hit.
This means that many of the workers who lost their jobs are still out of work and are unlikely to find new jobs, and that means that there are lots of people in the labor force who are struggling to find work.
This has serious implications for the health of the economy and the health and wellbeing of millions of Americans.
In fact, the Great Depression and World War II led to a sharp decline in labor force participation in the US, but even that decline hasn’t gone away.
It seems likely that this decline will continue for some time to come.
The decline in the number of people employed or seeking work has led to rising poverty rates and joblessness rates.
These conditions lead to a decline in workers’ quality of life, which leads to more people seeking work.
When we look at the effects of the Great Labor Depression on the labor supply, we see that a sharp drop in the employment of men in the manufacturing and non-agricultural sectors led to an increase in the proportion of men who were unemployed, with an increase that was much more pronounced for women than for men.
The Great Recession also led to the decline in manufacturing jobs and the increase in manufacturing employment for men and women.
These are the kinds of effects that economists have been predicting for years.
So what can we do about it?
There are a number of things that we can do to reduce unemployment and poverty.
First, we need to make sure that our economy is doing well.
One of the things we should be doing is investing in education.
We need to give young people the skills they need to compete in the global economy.
We also need to get people to work, so that they have a decent wage.
We should increase the minimum wage to help the poor and people who have low incomes to get by.
Finally, we should increase tax incentives for employers who create jobs and invest in their communities.
We have a lot of evidence showing that those investments have an enormous impact on the economy.
How we do that depends on who we’re talking to.
But the idea that we’re going to have to start raising taxes on people who want to work or raise taxes on businesses that create jobs is just not credible.
So we’re just going to do what we do best: Make sure that we have the right policies, get the right people in power, and put people back to work.