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Classify each of the following as employed, unemployed, or not in the labor force.

a. Beth is not working; she applied for a job at Wal-Mart last week and is awaiting the result of her application.
b. Juan is vacationing in Florida during a layoff at General Motors plant due to a model changeover, but he expects to be recalled in a couple of weeks.
c. Bob was laid off as a carpenter when a construction project was completed. He is looking for work but has been unable to find anything except a $10 per hour job which he turned down.
d. Jade works 70 hours per week as a homemaker for her family of 6.
e. Carson, a 17-year-old, works six hours per week as a delivery person for the local newspaper.
f. Brady works three hours in the mornings at the clinic and for the last two weeks has spent the afternoons looking for a full-time job.
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