Who's not working and why: employment, cognitive skills, wages, and the changing U.S. labor market
Over the Last Quarter-Century, the U.S. labor market has experienced some disturbing trends. Despite apparent economic prosperity, joblessness among less-educated prime-age males is rising and, in addition, an increasing number of university graduates are taking "high-school jobs." Moreove...
|Main Author:||Pryor, Frederic L.|
|Other Authors:||Schaffer, David L., 1958-|
New York :
Cambridge University Press,