About 7 million workers missing from U.S. economy as labor shortage persists

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Unemployment numbers are falling in the U.S., with the October jobs report beating expectations, but labor shortages persist. A recent article in “The Atlantic” points out that about 7 million workers have left their jobs despite rising wages and a surging U.S. economy. The author of that piece, Derek Thompson, joins CBSN to discuss the disappearing workforce.

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