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February 1982, Vol. 105, No. 2
Tracking youth joblessness:
persistent or fleeting?
Economist, Office of Current Employment Analysis, Bureau of Labor Statistics
High turnover, seasonality, and work-school transitions are some reasons for high unemployment among young people; a recent longitudinal study suggests that recurrent and extensive joblessness among a relatively few persons may also be an important aspect of the labor market.
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