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Education and the Labor Force

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The last quarter of the twentieth century has seen an industrial revolution of sorts, led by the advance of computers and other high-tech equipment. Many analysts worry, however, that this technological progress is outpacing the workforce’s ability to adapt. If their fears are realized, society will not reap the full benefit of these advances, or will do so only with a lag.


Suggested citation: “Education and the Labor Force,” Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Economic Trends, no. 98-03, pp. 13, 03.01.1998.

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