Examining the labor force participation rate and the employment to population ratio in addition to the unemployment rate provides a more complete picture of labor market conditions.
What does EPOP stand for?
EPOP stands for Employment to Population Ratio (economics)
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- European Patent Office Reports
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Given the chairman's previous emphasis on the employment to population ratio, there would seem little reason for him to hint at any meaningful tapering of purchases this year.
Most countries that were part of the recent unrest in the Arab States had major gains in educational attainment but below-median employment to population ratios," says the Report, based on research by UNDP's Human Development Report Office.
He said although the employment to population ratio has gradually increased over the last ten years from 46.
In addition to these factors, model also incorporated control variables, such as, civilian employment to population ratio and mortgage rate.
9 percent in April, the employment to population ratio increased from 58.
With regard to our specific finding for the GMA of NSW, projected labour force participation rates (Figure 3) lead to the conclusion that, over the forecast period, population ageing has a depressive impact on labour supply such that the employment to population ratio falls from an actual 0.
To gauge the net effect of both population and employment growth the employment to population ratio is presented in Table 5.