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Study: 250,000 North Carolinians 'in their prime working ages are missing' from labor force

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Posted: Thursday, April 3, 2014 9:00 pm

A fiery debate on the significance of the year-over-year drop in North Carolina’s unemployment rate centers on the state’s shrinking labor force.

A study released Thursday by the left-leaning N.C. Budget & Tax Center adds more fuel to the intensity, with the group reporting about 250,000 North Carolinians “in their prime working ages are missing” from the labor force.

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