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 1st. 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.
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