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CFA Economics session focuses on the microeconomic principles used to describe the marketplace behavior of consumers and firms. The first reading explains the concepts and tools of demand and......

CFA Economics session focuses on the microeconomic principles used to describe the marketplace behavior of consumers and firms. The first reading explains the concepts and tools of demand and supply analysis—the study of how buyers and sellers interact to determine transaction prices and quantities.

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  • 1. www.edupristine.com Economics Topic Weight: 10%© PristineThis Presentation has been prepared to provide general information about theCompany to whom it is addressed. This Presentation does not purport to contain allthe information. The information provided in this presentation is meant only forthe recipient and is not to be shared with anyone else.
  • 2. Unemployment & Labor Market Indicator Total PopulationWork-Age Population (>16 years) Labor Force Employed Employed Unemployment Rate  Labor Force Employed Employment to Population Rate  Working Age Population Labor Force Labor Force Participation Rate  Working Age PopulationPristine www.edupristine.com 2
  • 3. Concept Checker Number of Unemployed 20,000 Number of Employed 50,000 Number of People actively seeking employment 10,000 People (age > 16 years) 120,000  Then unemployment rate is: A. 33.34% B. 40% C. 16.67%Pristine www.edupristine.com 3
  • 4. Answer A  A person who is not working is considered to be unemployed person if he is available to work and • Has actively searched for work in the last four weeks • Has been laid off from a job and is waiting to be recalled • Will start a new job in next 30 days  Number of unemployed = 20,000  Labor Force = Number of people either employed or actively seeking employment = 50,000 +10,000 =60,000  Unemployment Rate = (Number of Unemployed/Labor Force) = (20,000/60,000) x100 = 33.34%Pristine www.edupristine.com 4