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Multiple states are still pursuing lawsuits against the companies and their participation in the settlement talks is voluntary.
Aubameyang, whose participation was in doubt due to illness, kicked off his Arsenal career with a goal reminiscent of his best day over in Dortmund.
The labor force participation rate, according to BLS, has now been unchanged at 62.7% for four months.
According to the New York Times, more young girls are entering football, even while overall participation rates decline.
Adjustments to population estimates starting in January make the unemployment and participation rates difficult to compare with previous months.
Spring training workouts begin Feb. 14, but participation is voluntary until the mandatory reporting date on Feb. 24 — the day after major league spring training games are to start.
Workers are still coming into the job market from the sidelines, as evidenced by the gradually rising prime-age labor force participation rate.
The participation rate for what economists call prime-age workers — those ages 25-54 — hit a seven-year high in December.
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PARTICIPATION Defined for Kids
legal Definition of participation
- a loan made directly or in participation with a bank
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