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KILM 2: Employment to population ratio
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  2.1 by Sex, Age, Migratory Status, Race and District
  2.2 by Sex, Aged. Migratory status and Education attainment​
Introduction and Background

The employment to population ratio is defined as the proportion of a country’s working-age population that is employed. A high ratio means that a large proportion of a country’s population is employed, while a low ratio means that a large share of the population is not involved directly in market-related activities, because they are either unemployed or (more likely) out of the labour force altogether.

Employment-to-population ratio is defined as the employed population to the working age population  (15 years and over), expressed as percentage: