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November 1985, Vol. 108, No. 11
The 1995 labor force:
BLS' latest projections
A third look shows that the 1995 labor force will have about 129 million persons, 2 million fewer then projected earlier; the proportion of blacks will increase, but women are still expected to have the fastest growth.
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