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      Summer youth employment in July 2015

      August 20, 2015

      From April to July 2015, the youth labor force grew by 2.7 million, or 13.5 percent, to a total of 23.2 million in July. The youth labor force—16- to 24-year-olds working or actively looking for work—grows sharply between April and July each year. During these months, large numbers of high school and college students search for or take summer jobs, and many graduates enter the labor market to look for or begin permanent employment.

      Over the same period, the number of employed 16- to 24-year-olds increased by 2.1 million to 20.3 million. This increase is in line with the increase for the prior 3 summers. The month of July typically is the summertime peak in youth employment.

      Civilian labor force and employment of 16- to 24-year-olds, not seasonally adjusted, January 2010–July 2015
      Month Employment level Labor force level

      Jan 2010

      16,166,000 20,149,000

      Feb 2010

      16,412,000 20,300,000

      Mar 2010

      16,587,000 20,335,000

      Apr 2010

      16,764,000 20,567,000

      May 2010

      17,039,000 20,894,000

      Jun 2010

      17,920,000 22,401,000

      Jul 2010

      18,564,000 22,938,000

      Aug 2010

      18,061,000 21,964,000

      Sep 2010

      16,874,000 20,478,000

      Oct 2010

      16,867,000 20,598,000

      Nov 2010

      16,946,000 20,507,000

      Dec 2010

      16,727,000 20,079,000

      Jan 2011

      16,512,000 20,363,000

      Feb 2011

      16,638,000 20,335,000

      Mar 2011

      16,898,000 20,418,000

      Apr 2011

      16,970,000 20,335,000

      May 2011

      17,045,000 20,673,000

      Jun 2011

      18,180,000 22,428,000

      Jul 2011

      18,632,000 22,742,000

      Aug 2011

      18,067,000 21,887,000

      Sep 2011

      17,238,000 20,779,000

      Oct 2011

      17,532,000 20,918,000

      Nov 2011

      17,402,000 20,689,000

      Dec 2011

      17,234,000 20,395,000

      Jan 2012

      16,944,000 20,360,000

      Feb 2012

      17,150,000 20,658,000

      Mar 2012

      17,301,000 20,594,000

      Apr 2012

      17,387,000 20,562,000

      May 2012

      17,681,000 21,118,000

      Jun 2012

      18,907,000 23,086,000

      Jul 2012

      19,461,000 23,472,000

      Aug 2012

      18,171,000 21,842,000

      Sep 2012

      17,687,000 20,861,000

      Oct 2012

      17,842,000 21,127,000

      Nov 2012

      17,877,000 20,979,000

      Dec 2012

      17,604,000 20,757,000

      Jan 2013

      17,183,000 20,857,000

      Feb 2013

      17,257,000 20,707,000

      Mar 2013

      17,271,000 20,532,000

      Apr 2013

      17,593,000 20,721,000

      May 2013

      17,704,000 21,181,000

      Jun 2013

      19,125,000 23,322,000

      Jul 2013

      19,684,000 23,506,000

      Aug 2013

      18,636,000 22,089,000

      Sep 2013

      18,043,000 21,183,000

      Oct 2013

      17,976,000 21,003,000

      Nov 2013

      18,104,000 20,825,000

      Dec 2013

      18,106,000 20,642,000

      Jan 2014

      17,372,000 20,423,000

      Feb 2014

      17,357,000 20,390,000

      Mar 2014

      17,939,000 20,941,000

      Apr 2014

      18,021,000 20,461,000

      May 2014

      18,329,000 21,160,000

      Jun 2014

      19,421,000 22,851,000

      Jul 2014

      20,085,000 23,437,000

      Aug 2014

      18,972,000 21,816,000

      Sep 2014

      18,104,000 20,959,000

      Oct 2014

      18,781,000 21,403,000

      Nov 2014

      18,576,000 21,034,000

      Dec 2014

      18,347,000 20,664,000

      Jan 2015

      17,912,000 20,555,000

      Feb 2015

      18,222,000 20,751,000

      Mar 2015

      18,076,000 20,600,000

      Apr 2015

      18,241,000 20,416,000

      May 2015

      18,709,000 21,342,000

      Jun 2015

      19,789,000 22,926,000

      Jul 2015

      20,333,000 23,162,000

      The labor force participation rate for all youth was 60.0 percent in July 2015, little changed from a year earlier. The summer labor force participation rate of youth has held fairly steady since July 2010, after generally trending downward for many years. The summer youth labor force participation rate peaked at 77.5 percent in July 1989.

      Labor force participation rates of 16- to 24-year-olds, not seasonally adjusted, July 1989–2015
      Month Rate

      Jul 1989

      77.5

      Jul 1990

      75.1

      Jul 1991

      73.6

      Jul 1992

      74.6

      Jul 1993

      74.5

      Jul 1994

      74.1

      Jul 1995

      74.3

      Jul 1996

      73.3

      Jul 1997

      73.0

      Jul 1998

      72.8

      Jul 1999

      72.6

      Jul 2000

      71.6

      Jul 2001

      70.7

      Jul 2002

      69.5

      Jul 2003

      67.3

      Jul 2004

      67.2

      Jul 2005

      66.6

      Jul 2006

      66.7

      Jul 2007

      65.0

      Jul 2008

      65.1

      Jul 2009

      63.0

      Jul 2010

      60.5

      Jul 2011

      59.5

      Jul 2012

      60.5

      Jul 2013

      60.5

      Jul 2014

      60.5

      Jul 2015

      60.0

      These data are from the Current Population Survey. For more information, see "Employment and Unemployment among Youth — Summer 2015" (HTML) (PDF)". Because this analysis focuses on the seasonal changes in youth employment and unemployment that occur each spring and summer, the data are not seasonally adjusted. The labor force participation rate is the proportion of the civilian noninstitutional population that is working or looking and available for work.

      SUGGESTED CITATION

      Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, The Economics Daily, Summer youth employment in July 2015 on the Internet at http://www.magnetmusik.com/opub/ted/2015/summer-youth-employment-in-july-2015.htm (visited March 11, 2020).

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