Men Without Work
Nicholas Eberstadt talked about his book Men Without Work: America’s Invisible Crisis, in which he argues that the collapse of work among American men constitutes an invisible crisis. He says that the work rate among men has been going down for the past 50 years. Currently, one in six has no paid work and one in eight has completely given up looking for work. close
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Nicholas Eberstadt Scholar American Enterprise Institute->Political Economy
David M. Wessel Founding Director and Senior Fellow Brookings Institution->Center on Fiscal and Monetary Policy
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