New Study Finds Majority Of Americans Have Full Employment Privileges
By Francis McRobotface
WASHINGTON—A study of the employment status of more than 10 million Americans conducted by the Brookings Institution Department of Labor found that the vast majority of Americans have at least a full employment privilege, meaning they are able to make full, comprehensive, and unqualified demands on the employer of their choice. “An overwhelming majority of individuals in our sample are now employed, and we found that many of them have been for more than a full year,” said lead author Jason Boyer, adding that the majority of individuals in our study are now employed, and we found that many of them have been for a full year. “Using our analysis, we saw that nearly all of these individuals have a job, have a job, and are actively seeking employment. We also found that eight out of ten Americans are currently employed, and are actively seeking a job.” The study comes on the heels of previous research that found that the vast majority of Americans are currently working, and are currently participating in activities that are, in fact, activities.