The Longitudinal Labour Force Survey (LLFS) file provides details on the labour market participation and the transitions into and out of employment of Australians over a three year period, providing insights into how the labour market has changed over time.
What does LFS stand for?
LFS stands for Labour Force Survey (UK)
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Summary: The Statistics Centre - Abu Dhabi (SCAD) has announced the commencement of field work for the centre's Labour Force Survey for 2012, which aims to build an up-to-date database on the labour force, exploring their demographic characteristics, categorised by employment status, occupation, economic activity and sector.
Figures from the ONS Labour Force Survey suggest that the West Midlands has the second highest percentage of working age adults without educational qualifications in the UK, with one in seven adults not having any - often because finance is a major barrier.
8 percent according to the annual results of household labour force survey in 2010 in Turkey.
Due to flooding in Queensland, operational difficulties were experienced in conducting the Labour Force Survey in January 2011," the bureau said.
Using figures from the Labour Force Survey, the TUC has calculated that pounds 339m worth of working time is spent travelling to work every day.
The most recent Labour Force Survey showed Aboriginal unemployment (both men and women, off-reserve Aboriginal people) rose to 17 per cent in early 2010, up from 14 per cent in 2009.
We were amazed by the household labour force survey data this morning," Goldman Sachs JB Were economist Philip Borkin told Dow Jones Newswires.