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Topic 8 Notes for HSC 2011 Economics Course. Taught at top performing Eastern Suburbs Private School

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Technology Law Labor Business Inflation Unemployment Economics Macroeconomics Labour economics NAIRU Full employment Socioeconomics Labor force Structural unemployment Hysteresis Underemployment
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Technology Law Labor Business Inflation Unemployment Economics Macroeconomics Labour economics NAIRU Full employment Socioeconomics Labor force Structural unemployment Hysteresis Underemployment
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2 Measuring the Level of Unemployment THE LABOUR FORCE The labour force (or workforce) can be defined as that section of the population 15 years and above who are either working or actively seeking work. Therefore consisting of: • Persons aged 15 years or above that are employed for at least 1 hour a ...
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