Today, more than seven million men between the ages of 25 and 54 in America are out of the labor force. That can’t be good. In fact, it’s an awful trend. It creates a ripple effect–no jobs means fewer families are formed, fewer homes are purchased and more diseases of despair plague so many. While the problem has been well documented,are there any solutions?
Robert Doar, one of the co-authors of a report by the American Enterprise Institute, called ‘Getting Men Back to Work: Solutions from the Right and Left’, joins us to discuss.