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Gregor Aisch et al.: Where Men Aren’t Working: "There are still places in the United States where nearly all men in their prime working years have a job. In the affluent sections of Manhattan; in the energy belt that extends down from the Dakotas; in the highly educated suburbs of San Francisco, Denver, Minneapolis, Boston and elsewhere, more than 90 percent of men between the ages of 25 and 54 are working in many neighborhoods. The male employment rates in those areas resemble the nationwide male employment rates in the 1950s and 1960s.... On the whole, however, it’s vastly more common today than it was decades ago for prime-age men not to be working"

Where Men Aren t Working NYTimes com

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