New Jersey's labor equation: demand vs. supply through 2000
New Jersey Dept. of Labor, Office of Policy & Planning, Division of Labor Market & Demographic Research, 1989 - Business & Economics - 30 pages
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THE SUPPLYDEMAND DILEMMAS AND CHALLENGES
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2000 Number Percent add due Annual Average Percent annually between 1986 average annual baby boom baby boomers baby-boom blue collar broad occupational groups CATHERWOOD LIBRARY Census century Current Population Survey demand for labor Demographic Research Table Department of Labor Division of Labor due to rounding due to separations economic boom educational attainment growth from 1986 growth rate indicate a negative INDUSTRY New Jersey Jersey's economy Jersey's labor force job growth labor demand labor force growth Labor Market labor scarcity labor supply Market & Demographic negative number NJ Department nonfarm wage nonwhites number or percent Number Percent Number Number Percent TOTAL Numbers in Thousands percent in 1986 Percent Number Percent potential sources projected labor projected to increase recession Registered Nurses salary employment self-employed and unpaid service occupations service-producing sectors shortage smaller-in-size state's labor force state's population total employment trend unemployment rate United unpaid family workers wage and salary workplace young old