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Title: Growing Shortage of U.S. Workers

Chart Title: Expected Labor Force and Labor Force Demand

Chart Elements: Two - Line graph showing the number of Labors needed and Available.

Values:

  • Labor Needed
    • 2002 = 143
    • 2003 = 144
    • 2004 = 145
    • 2005 = 147
    • 2006 = 149
    • 2007 = 151
    • 2008 = 153
    • 2009 = 155
    • 2010 = 157
    • 2011 = 158
    • 2012 = 160
    • 2013 = 162
    • 2014 = 164
    • 2015 = 166
    • 2016 = 168
    • 2017 = 170
    • 2018 = 172
    • 2019 = 174
    • 2020 = 176
    • 2021 = 178
    • 2022 = 180
    • 2023 = 183
    • 2024 = 185
    • 2025 = 187
    • 2026 = 189
    • 2027 = 191
    • 2028 = 194
    • 2029 = 196
    • 2030 = 198
    • 2031 = 200
  • Labor Available
    • 2002 = 144
    • 2003 = 145
    • 2004 = 146
    • 2005 = 148
    • 2006 = 149
    • 2007 = 150
    • 2008 = 151
    • 2009 = 152
    • 2010 = 153
    • 2011 = 154
    • 2012 = 155
    • 2013 = 156
    • 2014 = 156
    • 2015 = 157
    • 2016 = 157
    • 2017 = 158
    • 2018 = 158
    • 2019 = 158
    • 2020 = 159
    • 2021 = 159
    • 2022 = 159
    • 2023 = 160
    • 2024 = 160
    • 2025 = 161
    • 2026 = 161
    • 2027 = 162
    • 2028 = 163
    • 2029 = 164
    • 2030 = 164
    • 2031 = 165

[Source: Employment Policy Foundation analysis and projections of Census/BLS and BEA data.]

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