Homemakers are not included in the employment or labor force totals

| November 24, 2016

Q#1. Homemakers are not included in the employment or labor force totals compiled by the Bureau of Labor Statistics household survey. They are included in the working-age population totals. Suppose that homemakers were counted as employed and included in the labor force statistics. How would that change affect the following: (a) labor force; (b) labor force participation rate; (c) unemployment rate, and (d) the employment-population ratio?

#Q2: What advice would you give to someone who is frictionally unemployed? What advice would give someone who is structurally unemployed? What advice would you give someone who is cyclically unemployed?

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