Which is not a decision made by potential workers in the United States?
A. Deciding whether or not to participate in the labor force.
B. Determining how to divide one's time between work and leisure.
C. Choosing how much to produce to maxi
What does it mean for the U.S. economy to have a positively skewed wage distribution?
A. Most workers earn below the average wage.
B. A large proportion of workers earn very high wages.
C. The average wage equals the median wage.
D. The di
Who is not counted in the U.S. labor force?
A. A person working 15 hours a week or more not for pay.
B. A fulltime college student.
C. A person working at least one hour for pay per week.
D. Someone actively looking for a job.
E. A 70-year
Which of the following is least likely to affect the net gain to migration?
A. An improvement in economic opportunities in the destination state.
B. An improvement in economic opportunities in the source state.
C. An increase in migration