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Report on the youth labor force

Alexis M. Herman

Report on the youth labor force

by Alexis M. Herman

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics in [Washington, D.C.] (Postal Square Building, Rm. 2850, 2 Massachusetts Ave., NE, Washington, 20212-0001) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Youth -- Employment -- United States.,
    • Child labor -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementAlexis M. Herman.
      ContributionsUnited States. Dept. of Labor.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD6273 .H33 2000b
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 76 p. :
      Number of Pages76
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6884070M
      LC Control Number00457152

      Labor Market Information Report Library The report library contains current and historical data tables and other documents available for download. Labor Force (LAUS) Current LAUS September County Unemployment Rates (Map) Annual County Unemployment.   This report provides a number of strategies to reduce youth joblessness and labor force underutilization. Employment prospects for teens and young adults in the nation’s largest.

      Labor Force Status. Labor Force Status (Click on Household Income & Expenditure Survey Report and go to the page 18 of the report) Palestinian Territory: Labour Force Survey. Labour Force Survey (Go to Labor Force and Click on icons: Employment, Unemployment, Labour Force participation) Panama: Encuesta de Hogares. Encuesta de Hogares. In the summer, youth employment was less concentrated in retail trade and youths were employed in a wider variety of industries than during the school months. Retail trade still accounted for about half, services increased to 30%, and employment in agriculture and goods-producing industries (mining, construction, and manufacturing) increased.

      research on the young adult labor force in Massachusetts. Research has shown that in recent years, labor force participation has declined among young adults (16 to 24 years old). There are a number of factors attributable to the decline in youth labor force participation in general, including increased college attendance, fewer young. 4. Why Does the Rate of Youth Labor Force Activity Differ across Surveys? was published in The Youth Labor Market Problem on page


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Department of Labor. This Report on the Youth Labor Force provides a detailed, overall look at youth labor in the United States, including regulations on child labor, current work experience of youths and how it has changed over time, and the outcomes of this experience.

It draws on a variety of Department of Labor data sources in developing this : Genre/Form: Statistics: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Report on the youth labor force.

Washington, DC (2 Massachusetts Avenue NE, Washington ): U.S. Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, []. This report explains the current U.S.

regulations governing child labor; provides a detailed look at youth labor in this country, including how it differs among major demographic groups and economic sectors, and over time; and describes the outcomes of young people's work activities, including occupational injuries and fatalities and other long-term consequences.

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Bureau of Labor Statistics | year= | publisher=U.S. Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics | language=English }}. This Report on the Youth Labor Force provides a detailed, overall look Report on the youth labor force book youth labor in the United States, including regulations on child labor, current work experience of youths and how it has changed over time, and the outcomes of this experience.

It draws on a variety of Department of Labor data sources in developing this picture. Report on the Youth Labor Force, U.S. Department of Labor.

31 Hispanic (15 and 20 percent) youths. This pattern has persisted for many years. Despite popular perceptions that youths work more than they did in the past, the proportion of to year-olds who work has declined over time. The youth labor force, however, was million less than in Julyreflecting the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

(See tables 1 and 2.) The labor force participation rate for all youth was percent in Julya decrease of percentage points from a year earlier. (The labor force participation rate is the proportion of the. The U.S. Department of Labor is the sole federal agency that monitors child labor and enforces child labor laws.

The most sweeping federal law that restricts the employment and abuse of child workers is the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Child labor provisions under FLSA are designed to protect the educational opportunities of youth and prohibit their employment in jobs that are detrimental. Following this is a description of the labor market data used in the report, which includes the labor force participation rate, employment-population ratio, and unemployment rate.

2 The report then discusses these data for the post-World War II period, with a focus on trends sincecomparing labor force outcomes based on age, sex, and race. Report on the youth labor force. [Alexis M Herman; United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics.] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help.

Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book\/a>, bgn:Microform\/a>, schema. The U.S. Department of Labor posts special webpages for young people, both for those old enough to work and those not old enough, that provide information on topics ranging from student volunteerism to job safety.

The federal government, including the Department of Labor, sponsors a wide variety of job training and job placement assistance programs for America's youth. Besen-Cassino also shows how the roots of gender and class inequality in the labor force have their beginnings in this critical labor sector.

Exploring the social meaning of youth at work, and providing critical insights into labor and the youth workforce, Consuming Work contributes a deeper understanding of the changing nature of American s: 2. National Manpower and Youth Council; Composition. To carry out the objectives of this Title, the National Manpower and Youth Council, which is attached to the Department of Labor for policy and program coordination and hereinafter referred to as the Council, shall be composed of the Secretary of Labor as ex-officio chairman, the Secretary.

The question is important: If a larger fraction of young people are attending school today than in the s or s, then the currently low labor force participation rate of youth might signal good news, implying a more-skilled prime-working-age labor force and possibly higher aggregate LFP rates in.

The Youth Labor Market Problem in the United States: An Overview Richard B. Freeman and James L. Medoff 4.

Why Does the Rate of Youth Labor Force Activity Differ across Surveys. Richard B. Freeman and James L. Medoff Comment: Paul O. Flaim Comment: Stephen M. Hills 5. The youth homicide rate in was 6 times higher among males than females. ii The prevalence of involvement in physical fights among high school students also was approximately times higher for male compared to female students.

3 In contrast, female high school students were more likely than their male peers to report being a victim of. Unemployment, youth male (% of male labor force ages ) (national estimate) Unemployment, youth female (% of female labor force ages ) (national estimate) REPORT FRAUD OR CORRUPTION.

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Table A.1 shows labor force information for Alabama and each of the state’s seven AlabamaWorks regions for and in March Alabama labor force information is available from the Labor Market Information (LMI) Division of the Alabama Department of Labor. LMI compiles data in cooperation with the U.S.

Bureau of Labor Statistics.youth in the labor force context trends and job training programs childrens issues laws and programs social issues justice and status Posted By Jir? AkagawaMedia Publishing.This report highlights important trends and compiles relevant research in hopes of furthering discussions about Oregon’s endangered youth labor force.

The report also describes the policy implications of the research, as seen through the eyes of the Executive Directors of .