Labor Economics, Microeconomics

Sally recently finished her full-time training and received certification as a nurse’s aid at the end
of August. She sent out applications to prospective employers during the last three weeks of
August so that she would start work on September 1
st
. She followed up on her applications by
making phone calls starting the day after she submitted them. During the month of September
she continued to look for employment in the help-wanted ads of local newspapers and job
openings listed online while she waited for calls for interviews.
a) How would the Bureau of Labor Statistics count Sally for the month of July? For the month of
August? For the month of September? Explain your answers.
Posted Date: 2/22/2013 5:34:58 PM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Labor Economics, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Labor Economics, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Labor Economics Discussions

Write discussion on Labor Economics
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Comparison with Our Targets : A proper objective assessment of our performance can be carried out only when we juxtapose our current achievements with: (i) planned or targeted


MEASURES TO PROMOTE GROWTH: In view of the recent global experience, the following steps need be taken to accelerate the rate of growth.  1) Mastering and constantly improv

Working Capital: A business requires a certain revolving fund of finance to pay for regular purchases of initial labour, raw materials and other inputs to production. Working capit

Secondhand smoke globally kills more than 600,000 people each year, accounting for 1 percent of all deaths worldwide, according to a new study. . . . Researchers estimated th

GDP Growth, Employment and Poverty: The advocates of economic reforms point out that the reform process has the potential of accelerating economic growth. After the teething t


What are the economic implications of income inequality? How can economic theory be helpful to analyze the causes and impact of income inequality? What are the concerns and how the

Suppose that you can produce high-quality beef at $3 per pound and sell it for $8 per pound. Low-quality beef costs $1 to produce but only sells for $4 per pound. If quality is uno

What caused the productivity slowdown?  Observers have pointed to 4 factors--Oil prices, baby boom, increased problems of economic measurement and environmental protection expe