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On maternity or paternity leave Taking care of some other family or personal obligation Involved in a labor dispute Prevented from working by bad weather These people are counted among the employed and tabulated separately as with a job but not at work, because they have a specific job to which they will return.
Not all of the wide range of job situations in the American economy fit neatly into a given category, however. What about the two following cases? Garrett is 16 years old, and he has no job from which he receives any pay or profit.
Both Garrett and Lisa are considered employed. They fall into a group called unpaid family workers, which includes any person who worked without pay for 15 hours or more per week in a business or farm operated by a family member with whom they live. Unpaid family workers comprise a small proportion of total employment.
Most of the employed are either wage and salary workers paid employees or self-employed working in their own business, profession, or farm. In addition to estimating the number of employed people, the survey collects information about the job characteristics of the employed.
Who is counted as unemployed?
People are classified as unemployed if they do not have a job, have actively looked for work in the prior 4 weeks, and are currently available for work. Actively looking for work may consist of any of the following activities: An employer directly or having a job interview A public or private employment agency Friends or relatives A school or university employment center Submitting resumes or filling out applications Placing or answering job advertisements Checking union or professional registers Some other means of active job search Passive methods of job search do not have the potential to connect job seekers with potential employers and therefore do not qualify as active job search methods.
Examples of passive methods include attending a job training program or course, or merely reading about job openings that are posted in newspapers or on the Internet. Workers expecting to be recalled from temporary layoff are counted as unemployed whether or not they have engaged in a specific job seeking activity.
In all other cases, the individual must have been engaged in at least one active job search activity in the 4 weeks preceding the interview and be available for work except for temporary illness.
Some of the major questions that determine employment status are as follows the bolded words are emphasized when read by the interviewers. Does anyone in this household have a business or a farm? Last week, did you do any work for either pay or profit? If the answer to question 1 is "yes" and the answer to question 2 is "no," the next question is: Last week, did you do any unpaid work in the family business or farm?
For those who reply "no" to both questions 2 and 3, the next key questions used to determine employment status are: Last week, in addition to the business did you have a job, either full or part time?
Include any job from which you were temporarily absent. Last week, were you on layoff from a job? What was the main reason you were absent from work last week? For those who respond "yes" to question 5 about being on layoff, the following questions are asked: Has your employer given you a date to return to work?
If "no," the next question is: Have you been given any indication that you will be recalled to work within the next 6 months?Note: Rates shown are a percentage of the labor force.
Data refer to place of residence. Estimates for the current month are subject to revision the following month.
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