ch15quiz - Chapter 15 Unemployment 1. The Bureau of Labor...

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Chapter 15 Unemployment 1. The Bureau of Labor Statistics measures unemployment by: a. surveying firms and asking them how many workers they have hired and fired each month. b. reviewing claims for unemployment benefits. c. surveying households. d. reviewing statistics of homeless people. 2. The Bureau of Labor Statistics surveys households to determine whether the interviewees are: a. earning high or low wages. b. employed, unemployed or not in the labor force. c. working legally or not. d. foreign or U.S. citizens. 3. The labor force is the: a. sum of the employed and the unemployed. b. percentage of the labor force that is employed. c. workers employed. d. percentage of workers employed out of the total population. 4. The unemployment rate is the: a. number of people unemployed in the nation. b. percentage of the labor force that is unemployed. c. percentage of the population that is unemployed. d. number of people unemployed in a given state.
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