According to the BLS, Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were 802,000 discouraged workers in the United States in September of 2012.
Discouraged workers are considered workers not currently looking for work, because they believe no jobs are available for them. This figure is 802,000 of a figure of 2.5 million persons that are considered to be marginally attached to the labor force. The 2.5 million figure is derived as people that were not looking for work in the last 4 weeks.
However, the 2.5 million are people that wanted work and had looked for work in the preceding 12 months. The main reasons cited by those that had stopped looking for work was school attendance or family responsibilities.
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