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Employment to Population Ratio
The Employment to Population Ratio shows the people currently employed as a share of the total working age population.

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NOTES: These data are from the Current Population Survey. The working age population is defined as the count of civilian, non-institutionalized persons, ages 16 and over. All data except for Asian are seasonally adjusted.

SOURCE: EPI analysis of Bureau of Labor Statistics data


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