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In a recently available Hamilton venture strategy paper, “Labor Force Nonparticipation: Trends, Causes, and Policy Solutions, ” Jay Shambaugh, Ryan Nunn, and Jana Parsons take a thorough view the impediments to labor pool involvement. Many of the obstacles which they

Lauren Bauer

Other – Economic Studies, The Hamilton Venture

Emily Moss

Research Assistant – The Hamilton Venture

In this analysis, we examine just exactly exactly how prime-age (many years 25–54) people allocate their time, general and also by parental status. We call focus on two principles strongly related labor that is increasing involvement rates: task search and caregiving. Job search includes those activities—checking task postings, publishing applications, finding your way through an meeting, therefore forth—that assist you in finding a task. Caregiving includes tasks that involve looking after, assisting, and engaging with child and adult family unit members.

We find that used men, no matter parental status, invest comparable levels of time on work, commuting, and care that is personal. Guys with kiddies save money time on nonmarket labor—specifically, on family members caregiving—than males without kiddies. For unemployed or nonparticipant males with kiddies, a significant percentage of their time is used on nonmarket work and caregiving, whereas those without kiddies allocate additional time to leisure. Read more »