More than a fifth of American men — about 20 million people — between 20 and 65 had no paid work las
"More than a fifth of American men — about 20 million people — between 20 and 65 had no paid work last year."
"Seven million men between 25 and 55 are no longer even looking for work, twice as many black men as white."
"There are 20 million men with felony records who are not in jail, with dim prospects of employment, and more of these are black men."
"Half the men not in the labor force report they are in bad physical or mental health."
"Men account for only 42 percent of college graduates, handicapping them in a job market that rewards higher levels of education."Chira, Susan. "Men Need Help. Is Hillary Clinton the Answer?"
The New York Times, October 23, 2016.