KVann_InternationalEmployment_01242011

KVann_InternationalEmployment_01242011 - Employment...

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Employment Comparisons 1 The first country I chose to use was Australia. All of the statistics that I found for this country include persons who are 15 years or older and the armed forces are excluded. In 1996 the total labor force (both men and women) equaled 8324.2 (written in thousands). The total men in the labor force 4733.6 (in thousands) and the total women in the labor force 3590.7 (written in thousands). In 2006 the total labor force (both men and women) equaled 10218.3 (written in thousands). The total men in the labor force 5605.6 (in thousands) and the total women in the labor force 4612.8 (written in thousands). The second country I chose to use was Canada since they are our land neighbor. All of the statistics that I found for this country include persons who are 15 years or older and the armed forces are excluded. In 1996 the total labor force (both men and women) equaled 13676.2 (written in thousands). The total men in the labor force 7478.9 (in thousands) and the total women in the labor force 6197.3
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This note was uploaded on 08/21/2011 for the course ACCT 1221 taught by Professor Adgams during the Spring '11 term at Stetson.

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