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Factors Affecting Labor Force Participation Rate

Factors Affecting Labor Force Participation Rate   Various factors affect labour force participation rate, for instance, unemployment rate, the employment-to-population ratio, ageing trends, supply, demand, and institutional factors. The article also mentions the effects of federal tax and spending policies on the participation rate. Ageing trends Several factors affect the US labour force participation rate. …

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How the Labor Force Participation Rate Changed in January

  Despite the gloomy statistics on unemployment rates, there are still people looking for jobs. The labour force participation rate, or LFP, measures how many people are in the labour force, which includes both part-time and full-time workers. While the LFP is not necessarily a good indicator of employment levels, it can still be useful …

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The Journal of Educational Research

  Founded in 1971, the Journal of Educational Research publishes scholarly articles related to educational research in many fields, including classroom management, curriculum, curriculum design, technology, and instructional design. It also provides peer review of articles. This is important because it helps ensure that the research published in the Journal of Educational Research is relevant …

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Smart Technologies Examples

  Among the many smart technologies examples in the market are remote-patient-monitoring systems, augmented reality shopping, water-consumption tracking, and more. These technologies offer many benefits and opportunities, but they also carry some interpersonal tensions. Water-consumption tracking Using smart technology to track your water consumption can help you cut your utility bill and save water. It …

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States ‘off to the races’ on EV charging infrastructure, says Energy official

States ‘off to the races’ on EV charging infrastructure, says Energy official

WASHINGTON — As the federal government moves forward with a plan to build a nationwide charging network for electric vehicles, it’s “off to the races” for states looking to soothe consumer range anxiety. “This is not going to be the federal government going and buying chargers and putting them in the ground,” Michael Berube, a …

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