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In 1992, 93.0% of noninstitutionalized males aged 25 to 54 were considered to be participants in the U.S. labor force (meaning they were either employed or unemployed while looking for work). Is this rate now higher or lower?

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In 2012, 88.7% of noninstitutionalized males aged 25 to 54 were considered to be participants in the U.S. labor force.

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