Oct 8 2016

The Silent Majority, those Not in the Labor Force: 94,184,000 Adult Americans Not Participating in the Labor Force.

There are roughly 74.9 million baby boomers.  Then you have approximately 75.4 million Millennials.  Big groups that can sway the election.  But how many people are not in the labor force?  You have a whopping 94.2 million adult Americans that are not in the labor force.  In other words the largest voting bloc of adults […]

Aug 6 2016

95 million Americans not in the labor force: The army of non-workers in the United States.

The United States now has 324 million people.  Of that we have a large labor force.  70 million cannot work and most of those are children.  But what about the rest?  The media largely ignores a massive contingent of people.  This group is made of those not in the labor force.  Today we have a […]

Jul 6 2016

Those not in the labor force grows by 25,000,000 people from 2000 to 2016: During this same period those employed grew by 15 million and those unemployed grew by 6 million.

The unemployment rate looks dramatically better than it really is because of some funny accounting.  Our labor force looks dramatically different from what it did in 2000.  A large part of the low unemployment rate is coming from those not in the labor force.  I’m fascinated with this aspect of the employment situation because it […]

Jun 8 2016

Record Shattering 94.7 Million Americans Not in the Labor Force. Up by 664,000 in One Month.

he employment figures have turned into one giant inside joke.  The mainstream press living in perpetual bubbles thinks that most of the American public is following one giant conspiracy theory if they don’t simply accept that everything is fantastic in the economy.  The funny thing is that the same reporting agency that gives us a […]

May 8 2016

34% of all Americans financially support the rest of the country – 112 million private sector workers support 211 million people.

The latest employment report was lackluster.  The math on the employment numbers has concealed a deeper problem in the economy.  Many Americans are struggling and the middle class continues to lose ground.  The most startling figure coming out was that 562,000 people dropped out of the labor force.  While there is a bit more information […]

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