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Unpublished Paper
Labor Force Participation in Mississippi and Other Southern States: Summary Report
Upjohn Institute Technical Reports
  • Marta Lachowska, W.E. Upjohn Institute
  • Stephen A. Woodbury, Michigan State University and W.E. Upjohn Institute
Year
2012
Series
Upjohn Institute Technical Report No. 12-026
DOI
10.17848/tr12-026
Abstract

Labor force participation is a key social indicator because the economic performance of a state and the well-being of its residents are closely tied to labor force outcomes. Together, the labor force participation rate (LFPR) and the unemployment rate are of paramount concern to state governments because work and earnings from employment are central determinants of living standards.

Issue Date
March 2012
Note
Authors assisted by Jing Cai, Francesca Fazio, and Brian Pittelko
Sponsorship
The Mississippi Governor's Office
Citation Information
Lachowska, Marta, and Stephen A. Woodbury with the assistance of Jing Cai, Francesca Fazio, Brian Pittelko. 2012. "Labor Force Participation in Mississippi and other Southern States: Summary Report." Upjohn Institute Technical Report No. 12-026. Kalamazoo, MI: W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research.