The State of Diversity in the US Labor Force

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The overall size of the US Civilian Labor Force in the United States is estimated to be 159.23 million and is comprised of people who have jobs or are seeking unemployment. This number does exclude active-duty military personnel, institutionalized individuals, agricultural workers, gig workers and federal government employees. When looking at the labor force we broke that down further into the diverse workforce in the US.

In January 2021, there were approximately 128.6 million diverse individuals total in the United States labor force and the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) loosely defines the labor force to include those ages

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