During the last 50 years, the earnings of prime-age men in the United States have stagnated and dispersed across the education distribution. At the same time, the labor-force participation rates of men without a college education have steadily declined. While wage and participation trends are often linked for this population, we have argued that this […] The post Yes there has been an American male culture collapse appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.
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