Mancession

  • Men Are Disappearing From The Workforce

    Men Are Disappearing From The Workforce

    By Tami Luhby Men have been steadily disappearing from the workforce for more than half a century. In the 1950s, nearly every man in his prime working years was in the labor force, a category that includes both those who are employed and those actively applying for jobs. The "participation rate" for men ages... Continue Reading

  • Women And Men Now Even In The Jobs Recovery

    Women And Men Now Even In The Jobs Recovery

    By Annalyn Kurtz The gap between men and women workers is narrowing as hiring remains strong in the female-dominated health care industry. Forget the "mancession" or the "he-covery." Men suffered the biggest job losses in the financial crisis, and also gained the most post-recession jobs. But now, men and... Continue Reading

  • Women Continue To Lose Jobs During 'Recovery'

    Women Continue To Lose Jobs During 'Recovery'

    Economists announced the end of the recession two years ago, and there now seem to be glimmers of a recovery. The overall unemployment rate dropped this past month to 9 percent. But things are only getting worse for women. While it may have been a "mancession," it truly is, as the media has dubbed it, a... Continue Reading

  • Seeking Stay-At-Home Dad... Positions Being Filled Now!

    Seeking Stay-At-Home Dad... Positions Being Filled Now!

    The dismal job market is taking its toll on us all. But job losses have been disproportionately hitting men, who are more likely to work in down-and-out industries such as construction and manufacturing. Calling the recession a "Mancession," as many have, is an overstatement. But women represent half of the... Continue Reading

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