Civilian labor force in the United States from 1990 to 2015 (in millions)

This graph shows the civilian labor force in the United States from 1990 to 2015. In 2015, the number of people who had jobs or were seeking employment amounted to about 157 million.

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 Civilian labor force in millions
'90 125.84
'91 126.35
'92 128.11
'93 129.2
'94 131.06
'95 132.3
'96 133.94
'97 136.3
'98 137.67
'99 139.37
'00 142.58
'01 143.73
'02 144.86
'03 146.51
'04 147.4
'05 149.32
'06 151.43
'07 153.12
'08 154.29
'09 154.14
'10 153.89
'11 153.62
'12 154.98
'13 155.39
'14 155.92
'15 157.13
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