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The Composition of Long-term Unemployment Is Changing toward Older Workers

Alexander Monge-Naranjo and Faisal Sohail

The Regional Economist, 2015

Abstract: The Great Recession has been officially over for more than six years, but the rate of long-term unemployment (26 weeks or longer) remains elevated. Two age groups have been hurt the most: those 25-44 and, even more so, those 55 and older.

Date: 2015
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