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Consider the following labor statistics for the adult population (age 16 and older) in Japan displayed in the table below (all numbers in millions).

Employed | 120 |
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Unemployed | 11 |

Not in Labor Force | 95 |

Using the data above calculate Labor Force for Japan.

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Consider the following labor statistics for adult population (age 16 and older) in Mexico displayed in the table below (all numbers in millions).

Employed | 130 |
---|---|

Unemployed | 14 |

Not in Labor Force | 85 |

Using the data above calculate unemployment rate for Mexico.

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Consider the following labor statistics for adult population (age 16 and older) in Mexico displayed in the table below (all numbers in millions).

Employed | 120 |
---|---|

Unemployed | 10 |

Not in Labor Force | 95 |

Using the data above calculate adult population for Mexico.

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Consider the following labor statistics for adult population (age 16 and older) in Mexico displayed in the table below (all numbers in millions).

Employed | 120 |
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Unemployed | 18 |

Not in Labor Force | 75 |

Using the data above calculate labor force participation rate for Mexico.

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Consider the following labor statistics for adult population (age 16 and older) in Norway displayed in the table below (all numbers in millions).

Employed | 150 |
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Unemployed | 15 |

Not in Labor Force | 95 |

1. Using data above, calculate unemployment rate for Norway.

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2. Supposed that 5 million workers become discouraged and give up looking for a job. Using data above, calculate the new unemployment rate taking into account the discouraged workers.

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3. What has happened to the unemployment rate as a result of people who have given up and stopped looking for a job?

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Consider the following labor statistics for adult population (age 16 and older) in the US displayed in the table below (all numbers in millions).

Employed | 150 |
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Unemployed | 8 |

Not in Labor Force | 75 |

1. Using data above, calculate the unemployment rate for the US.

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2. Supposed that as a result of economic downturn 5 million workers become demoted and their status changes from full-time to part-time workers. Using data above, calculate new unemployment rate taking into account these newly created part-time workers.

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3. What has happened to the unemployment rate as a result of people being changed from full-time to part-time workers?

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