This chapter focuses on the empirical analysis of labor market outcomes on unemployment, considering in detail the unemployment types of job loser, job leaver, and labor force entry. Labor force entrants, although aggregated, can be either new entrants, never having worked a full time job more than 2 weeks, or reentrants, having worked fall time previously but being out of the labor force prior to beginning the job search process. For native-born men, the odds of being a labor force entrant vs. a job loser are significantly higher with increased schooling, with no significant difference for the leaver/entrant odds. If foreign-born men find jobs at a faster rate than native-born men, the duration of unemployment for foreign-born job losers and job leavers would be less, and the probability of being captured in those states in any given sample would be smaller.