Worker Population

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A Worker Population is a demographic population in a labor market composed of workers (both employed and unemployed).



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  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Labor_force
    • QUOTE:In economics, a labor force or labour force is a region's combined civilian workforce, including both the employed and unemployed.[1]

      Normally, the labor force of a country (or other geographic entity) consists of everyone of working age (typically above a certain age (around 14 to 16) and below retirement (around 65) who are participating workers, that is people actively employed or seeking employment. People not counted include students, retired people, stay-at-home parents, people in prisons or similar institutions, people employed in jobs or professions with unreported income, as well as discouraged workers who cannot find work.

  1. US Central Intelligence Agency The World Factbook: Labor Force by Country. Accessed June 17, 2007.

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