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Dropout rates in North Carolina should improve by the fall of 1993 because of the state's new approach to dropout prevention.
In this article, 16 to 19 year old high school drop-outs defines the youth demographic and nationally the average unemployment rate for this group rose through the 1970s into the early 1980s. The state's unemployed youth is compared with the national trend and examined to determine negative repercussions for North Carolina's economy and workforce.