Infopo.st Economic population activity and the job market - Page 24

24 METHODOLOGICAL EXPLANATIONS The number of labour force The number of the employed ones The persons in the age 15–72 years who, in the week that is surveyed, are considered employed or unemployed. The persons who in the reviewed period executed paid work for hire, as well as work offering revenue not for hire with involvement as well as without involvement of employees. In the number of the employed ones the persons who executed work as the aiding in a family business, persons temporarily absent on a job, as well as persons occupied on household with production of goods and services for sale or an exchange are included also. The number of unemployed (for a methodology ILO) An unemployment rate (for a methodology ILO) The persons in the age set for measurement of economic population activity which in the reviewed period satisfied the following criteria simultaneously belong to the unemployed: they did not have work; engaged in search of work; were ready to begin to work during the week that is surveyed. A ratio of the number of certain age group unemployed to a match age group’s number of labour force calculated in per cent. The employment rate The level of participation in labor force A ratio of certain old group’s number of employed population to a match age group’s total number of population. A ratio of certain old group’s size of population belonging to labour force to a match age group’s total number of population calculated in a percentage. The number of retired employees in a connection with reduction A number of retired employees under the agreement of the parties Regard to reduction of the number or staff of employees of an organization staff’s number of retired employees. The number of employees of personnel who were dismissed from the organization in a connection with termination of an employment contract under the agreement of the parties (article 78 of the Labour code of the Russian Federation). Source: Federal State Statistics Service