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Working-age adults, 1960-2010, Today, and by 2025
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Number of women age 16-64 in workforce in Minnesota continues to grow

The proportion of women age 16-64 in Minnesota who are employed rose to 77% in 2018, an increase of one percentage point from 2017. Since 2009, the number of women age 16-64 working in Minnesota has risen steadily, adding 96,155 more women to the workforce.

See our “proportion of adults working” key measure for more on this topic. 

New & Noteworthy

Kari Dennissen-Cunnien

Ignite Afterschool's Kari  Denissen-Cunnien outlines how people and organizations across Minnesota are working to engage young people in the crucial learning opportunities that happen outside the school day.