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August 1985, Vol. 108, No. 8
Revised worklife tables
reflect 1979-80 experience
New worklife estimates, based on an expanded sample of individuals, provide more complete measures of labor force behavior than were previously possible; the effects of race and educational attainment on lifetime economic activity are explored for the first time. The Bureau of Labor Statistics has been producing worklife estimates for the U.S. population since 1950.
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