Corporate Governance

Why jobs are plentiful while workers are scarce

As of September 2021, the rise in inactivity among workers age 55 and up accounted for around 35 percent of the outstanding employment gap. Image: Unsplash/ Medienstürmer

Carlo Pizzinelli

Economist, Fiscal Affairs Department, IMF

Ippei Shibata

Economist, IMF

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Mismatch, a modest contribution.
Mismatch, a modest contribution. Image: US Current Population Survey

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The share of US and UK older workers (55-74) not in the labor force (NILF) has increased above pre-pandemic projections. Image: US Current Population Survey

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