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What does FORST stand for?

FORST stands for Force Status

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73 percentage point increase in total enrollment from 2007 to 2010 (as measured by the October CPS) into two components for each subgroup: the contribution from the change in the share of the population in each labor force status category (not in the labor force, employed, unemployed, and long-term unemployed), holding the enrollment rates in these categories fixed; and the contribution from the change in the enrollment rates within each category, holding the share of the population in each category fixed.
Coile and Levine use CPS supplemental data from the 1980 to 2009 March surveys for their analysis of the effects of weak labor market conditions on labor force status and Social Security receipt, focusing on men ages 55 to 69 for that part of their study.
In addition, the results show a positive correlation between the likelihood of enrollment and two labor force status variables: part-time employment and non-participation.
The authors include their survey on labor force activity and human capital accumulation for policymakers who are impacted by these economic conditions and provide appendices on youth employment statistics, regression estimates of labor force status, the methodology of the survey and employers' reports on economic growth and daily business operations.