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Labor Force Participation (Annual)

Annual Labor Force Participation Rate, Ages 25-54 Years

What does this mean?

The labor force participation rate is the percentage of the civilian noninstitutional population that is working or actively looking for work.

Why does this matter?

The labor force participation rate is an important labor market measure because it represents the relative amount of labor resources available for the production of goods and services.


Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics

Region Comparison

Labor Force Participation (Annual)

Labor Force Participation (Annual)