To Be Officially Classified as Unemployed, a Person Must Be
To be officially classified as unemployed, a person must be
A) collecting unemployment benefits.
B) at least 18 and not working.
C) at least 16, not working and actively seeking employment.
D) laid off or fired.
The labor force is defined as
A) all individuals who are currently employed.
B) all individuals who are at least 16 years old and are currently employed.
C) all individuals who are at least 16 years old and are currently employed or unemployed.
D) all individuals who are at least 16 years old and are employed, looking for work or not looking for work.
The labor force includes all of the following individuals who are 16 years or older EXCEPT
A) people who have never been in the labor force but have just found a job.
B) the employed.
C) the unemployed.
D) people who are retired and not actively seeking work.
The definition of the adult population is those who are 16 years and older and who are
A) employed or unemployed.
B) in the labor force.
C) in the labor force or not in the labor force.
D) not in the labor force.