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Why Are So Many Men Leaving the Workforce?

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01/23/2023Ryan McMaken
Michael Stack

Economic factors are only some of the reasons why men are leaving the workforce. The decline of marriage has also lowered the supply of workers by lessening incentives for workers.

Original Article: "Why Are So Many Men Leaving the Workforce?"

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Original Article: 
Why Are So Many Men Leaving the Workforce?