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KILM 1: Labour Force Participation Rate

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  1.1 by Sex, Age, Migratory status, Race and District
  1.2 by Sex, Migratory Status and Education attainment
Introduction and Background

​The labour force participation rate (LFPR) is a measure of the proportion of a country’s working-age population that engages actively in the labour market, either by working or looking for work; it provides an indication of the size of the supply of labour available to engage in the production of goods and services, relative to the population at working age.

LFPR is defined as the ratio of the labour force to the working age population (15 years and over), expressed as percentage: