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## Koa

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# Koa PHY 101

Bryan Notetaker
ASU

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Date Created: 04/22/16
Econ  201:  Week  13     Unemployment       Labor  Force  Statistics   • Created  by  the  BLS  (Bureau  of  Labor  Statistics)  in  the  U.S.  Department  of  Labor   • Based  on  regular  survey  submitted  from  60,000  households   • Based  on  “adult  population”-­‐  16  years  and  older   o Disincluding:  military,  institutionalized,  incarcerated,  minors     Population  divided  into  3  groups:  by  BLS   1. Employed-­‐  Paid  employer,  self-­‐employed,  and  unpaid  workers  in  a  family   business   2. Unemployed-­‐  Non-­‐working  people  that  have  been  looking  for  work  the  past  4   weeks   3. Not  in  the  Labor  Force-­‐  Everyone  else  (stay  at  home  moms,  full  time  students,   retires)                                                     Labor  Force   • All  people  capable  of  working  (whether  currently  working  or  not)   o Working:  Employed   o Actively  looking  for  work:  Unemployed    Civilian  Adult  Population                                      Labor  Force                        Non-­‐Labor  Force                                                                                                        Employed                    Unemployed       • Unemployment  Rate   o Percentage  of  unemployment  in  the  Labor  Force   o Also  called  U-­‐Rate   § =    100  *  (#  unemployed/  labor  force)     • Labor  Force  Participation  Rate   o Percentage  of  the  Adult  Population  in  the  Labor  Force     § =    100  *  (labor  force/  adult  population     Understanding  Unemployment   • Categorized  by  its  characteristics  and  duration   o Not  always  the  same   o Basic  truth:  there’s  always  some  U   • The  natural  rate  of  U   o The  normal  rate  of  unemployment  around  the  actual  unemployment  rate   fluctuates   § Made  up  of  frictional  and  structural  unemployment     § The  long  run  “average”   • Unemployment  Insurance:     o Government  program  that  provides  funding  to  unemployed  workers   § Benefits:  Reduce  income  uncertainty;  increases  search  time;  increases   possibility  of  job  that  is  a  good  fit,  this  increasing  productivity       § Costs:  Increases  frictional  unemployment       Explaining  Natural  Rates  of  U   • Frictional  Unemployment:   o When  workers  are  searching  for  a  job  that  best  suits  their  skills/taste   o Short-­‐term  in  most  cases   • Structural  Unemployment:   o The  skills  of  the  worker  aren’t  “valued”  by  the  market   o Occurs  when  there  aren’t  enough  jobs  in  the  market   § Can  be  long-­‐term   § Can  result  from  “sticky  wages”       W 1:  actual  wage   Explaining  Structural  U:  Policy   Occurs  when  wages  are  above  equilibrium     W eqm   1. Min  Wage  Laws:  Price  floor  (mostly  effects  teen  employment)   2. Unions:  Worker  association;  collective  bargaining  w/     employers  over  wages,  benefits,  and  working  conditions     3. Efficiency  Wages:  Firms  voluntarily  pay  higher  than     equilibrium  wages  to  boost  worker  productivity       Cyclical  Unemployment   • The  deviation  of  unemployment  from  its  natural  rate   • Associated  with  the  business  cycles:  short-­‐run   • Result  of  deficient  demand     Labor  Market  Statistics:  Policy   • The  Official  U  Rate  (U-­‐3)  and  others:  published  by  BLS   o Statistics  based  on  demographic  information   o Measured  the  length  of  U   • Data  shows  drastically  different  labor  market  experiences  for  different  groups  (age,   race,  etc.)   • Trends  help  policy  makers  make  better  polices   o Caveat:  Trends  can  inform,  even  if  data  flawed       Types  of  Unemployed  People   • Marginally  Attached:  person  is  neither  working  nor  looking  for  work;  person   wants  to  work,  is  available,  and  has  looked  in  the  past  2  months.  Is  not  included  in  U.   • Discouraged  Workers:  person  would  like  to  work,  but  has  stopped  looking   because  of  a,  “given  up  on  the  job  market”  related  reason.  Identified  as  “Not  in  the   Labor  Force.”   • Underemployment:  person  is  working  below  their  skill  level.  U-­‐rate  fails  to  show   economy  failure.

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