Men are dropping out of the workforce. Here's why
The labor force participation rate for men ages 30 - 44 is lower than it was pre-pandemic while more women in that age group are participating at a higher rate than pre-pandemic. CNN's Vanessa Yurkevich takes a look at why.
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