Numbers & Ratios
of Employed vs. Civilian, Non-Institutionalized Population 16+ Years Old
(Emp/Pop, a.k.a. work rate, a.k.a. civilian employment rate)

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updated: 2021-10-10

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Ratios of Employed vs. Civilian, Non-Institutionalized Population 16+ Years Old


Components of USA Civilian Non-Institutionalized Working-Age Population, 16 years & older

LNU00000000 (aggregate CNIP16+)
LNU01000000 (CLF16+ civilian "labor force")
LNU02000000 (Employed)
LNU05000000 (NILF not in "labor force")
LNU03000000 (UEASW UnEmployed actively seeking work)
LNU02032194 (Employed Part-Time for Economic Reasons contrary to preferences)
LNU02005977 (Employed Part-Time for NonEconomic Reasons)
LNU03200000 (UEASPTW UnEmployed actively seeking part-time work)
LNU03100000 (UEASFTW UnEmployed actively seeking full-time work)
retrieved via https://data.bls.gov/cgi-bin/srgate

USA Civ Pop components (recent)

USA Civ Pop components (recent) Employment, UnEmployment

USA Civ Pop components (recent) PT, FT

USA Civ Pop components as ratios (percentages of USA Civilian Non-Institutionalized Working-Age Population) (recent)

Components of USA Civilian Non-Institutionalized Working-Age Population (annual)

LNU00000000
LNU01000000
LNU02000000
LNU05000000
LNU03000000

Components of USA Civilian Non-Institutionalized Working-Age Population (historical)


Native vs. Foreign-Born

Foreign Born as Percentage of US Civilian Non-Institutionalized Population 16+

LNU00073395 (Foreign-Born NICivPop16+)
LNU00073413 (Native NICivPop16+)
LNU00000000 (CivPop16+)

Native and Foreign Born Employment to Population ratios

LNU02373395 (Foreign-Born Employed/FBNICivPop16+)
LNU02373413 (Natives Employed/NativeNICivPop16+)


By Sex (+ Veterans)


ratios by sex (+ veterans)
(data since 1948)

ratios by sex (+ veterans) since 1989

LNU02300000 (total 16+)
LNU02300001 (men 16+)
LNU02300002 (women 16+)
LNU02349526 (veterans 18+)


"Race" & Ethnicity

ratios by "race" & ethnicity (data since 1954)

ratios by "race" & ethnicity since 1999

ratios for "blacks" since 1972

ratios for "blacks" since 2007

ratios for "blacks" (annual data since 1890)

LNU02300006 ("blacks")
LNU02300003 ("whites")
LNU02332183 ("asians")
LNU02300009 ("hispanic")


Education


ratios for those with bachelor's degree or equivalent
(data since 1992)


ratios by education
(data since 1992)

LNU02327659 (< HS diploma)
LNU02327660 (HS diploma, no college)
LNU02327689 (some college)
LNU02327662 (bachelor's)


Age Ranges

ratios by age ranges (16-17, 18-19, 20-24) (data since 1981)

ratios by age ranges (20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39) (data since 1981)

ratios by age ranges (35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54) (data since 1981)

ratios by age ranges (50-54, 55-59, 60-64) (data since 1981)

ratios by age ranges (60-64, 65-69, 70-74) (data since 1981)

ratios by age ranges (16+, 18+, 20+, 25+) (data since 1981)

ratios by age ranges (30+, 35+, 40+, 45+, 50+, 55+) (data since 1981)

ratios by age ranges (60+, 65+, 70+, 75+) (data since 1981)

The above were generated using or derived from the following BLS LabStat data series:

population
LNU00000000 (16+)
LNU00000024 (20+)
LNU00000048 (25+)
LNU00000092 (45+)
LNU00024230 (55+)
LNU00000097 (65+)
LNU00024942 (75+)

LNU00000086 (16-17)
LNU00000088 (18-19)
LNU00000036 (20-24)
LNU00024932 (25-29)
LNU00024933 (30-34)
LNU00024934 (35-39)
LNU00024935 (40-44)
LNU00024936 (45-49)
LNU00024937 (50-54)
LNU00000094 (55-59)
LNU00000096 (60-64)
LNU00024938 (65-69)
LNU00024941 (70-74)

employed
LNU02000000 (16+)
LNU02000024 (20+)
LNU02000048 (25+)
LNU02000092 (45+)
LNU02024230 (55+)
LNU02024942 (75+)

LNU02000086 (16-17)
LNU02000088 (18-19)
LNU02000036 (20-24)
LNU02024932 (25-29)
LNU02024933 (30-34)
LNU02024934 (35-39)
LNU02024935 (40-44)
LNU02024936 (45-49)
LNU02024937 (50-54)
LNU02000094 (55-59)
LNU02000096 (60-64)
LNU02024938 (65-69)
LNU02024941 (70-74)

employed/population ratios supplied by BLS to cross-check with calculations
LNU02300000 (16+)
LNU02300024 (20+)
LNU02300048 (25+)
LNU02300092 (45+)
LNU02324230 (55+)
LNU02300097 (65+)
LNU02324942 (75+)

employed/population ratios supplied by BLS
LNU02300086 (16-17)
LNU02300088 (18-19)
LNU02300036 (20-24)
LNU02324932 (25-29)
LNU02324933 (30-34)
LNU02324934 (35-39)
LNU02324935 (40-44)
LNU02324936 (45-49)
LNU02324937 (50-54)
LNU02300094 (55-59)
LNU02300096 (60-64)
LNU02324938 (65-69)
LNU02324941 (70-74)

I've ceased updating these 3:


ratios by age ranges
(data since 1948)


ratios by age ranges
(data since 1948)


ratios by age ranges
(data since 1948)

see also jobs dearth


Definitions & Descriptions:

Abbreviations: (skip)
CivPop = CNIP16+ =
civilian, non-institutionalized population 16 years old & older     =     employed + not-employed     =     employed + UEASW + NILF     CLF16+ + NILF
UEASW =
unemployed and actively seeking work
CLF16+ =
civilian labor force 16 years old & older = employed + unemployed and actively seeking work     =     employed + UEASW
NILF =
not in labor force = not employed and not actively seeking work
unemployment rate = U3 =
the percentage     UEASW/CLF16+ * 100     (this is the most commonly reported indicator)
not-employed =
NILF + UEASW
EmpPT =
employed part-time
EmpFT =
employed full-time
EmpPTForNonEconReasons =
employed part-time for non-economic reasons (i.e. part-time work was freely chosen as a personal preference and not because full-time jobs are not available)
EmpPTForEconReasons =
employed part-time for economic reasons (i.e. full-time jobs are not available or workable due to financial/economic constraints)
Emp/Pop = Emp/Pop ratio =
numbers in category who are employed as per cent of civilian population for the category = number employed/civilian non-institutionalized population for the category * 100 (where category can be age range, sex, race/ethnicity, occupation, industry, education level, citizen, non-citizen, native, foreign-born...)
Discouraged =
Not in Labor Force, Searched For Work (within last 12 months, but not this month) and Available, Discouraged with Reasons For Not Currently Looking
Marginally Attached =
Not in Labor Force, Searched For Work (within last 12 months, but not this month) and Available
LFPR =
labor force participation rate(s) = (UEASW+employed)/CNIP (for category)
dearth =
scarcity, lack, dear, shortage, insufficiency, inadequate supply of jobs

--- historical ---
CNIP14+ =
civilian, non-institutionalized population 14 years old & older
CLF14+ =
civilian labor force 14 years old & older = employed + unemployed and actively seeking work

Civilian, non-institutionalized population, 16 years and older (WickedPedia)

glossary (BLS)


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