U.S. Labor Force Participation Rate

U.S. Labor Force Participation Rate The U.S. labor force participation rate is low amid the coronavirus pandemic and could be a serious obstacle to the economic recovery. Image: Real Investment Advice

U.S. Civilians Not In Labor Force

U.S. Civilians Not In Labor Force To put things into perspective, there currently about 137 million employed workers in the United States, and 102 million Americans are not in the labor force. Image: Deutsche Bank Global Research

Debt, Demographics and Labor Force Growth

Debt, Demographics and Labor Force Growth The slowdown in the labor force in the U.S., China, Europe and Japan, represents 62% of the world’s GDP and 69% of the equity market capitalization. The labor force growth is expected to be -1% by 2055. Image: Fidelity Investments

Demographics – Labor Force Growth and Term Premium

Demographics – Labor Force Growth and Term Premium Chart suggesting that growth in the labor force could explain the term premium. The term premium is the risk premium (or the bonus) that investors receive for the risk of owning longer-term bonds. Image: Fidelity Investments

U.S. Labor Force vs. Inflation

U.S. Labor Force vs. Inflation The chart shows the enduring link between labor force and inflation. The chart also suggests that U.S. labor force leads U.S. CPI by three years. Demographic trends imply subdued inflation. You may also like “World Population & Demographics – More People Over 65 than Under 5 for the First Time.”…