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Total, 16 years and older................. 16 to 24 years................................ 25 to 54 years................................ 55 years and older……………........

7,156 616 5,364 1,175

3,685 871 1,225 1,589

292 75 161 57

141 40 79 23

98 24 56 18

37 5 22 10

61 19 33 8

3,393 796 1,064 1,533

Men, 16 years and older.................. 16 to 24 years................................ 25 to 54 years................................ 55 years and older…………………

3,857 331 2,908 617

1,314 420 273 621

130 42 65 24

72 25 36 11

53 16 27 9

22 4 13 5

31 12 15 4

1,184 379 208 597

Women, 16 years and older............. 16 to 24 years................................ 25 to 54 years................................ 55 years and older……………........

3,300 285 2,456 559

2,371 451 952 969

162 33 96 33

69 15 43 12

45 8 28 9

15 1 10 5

30 7 19 4

2,209 418 856 935

Total, 16 years and older................. 16 to 24 years................................ 25 to 54 years................................ 55 years and older………………....

22,352 3,710 16,303 2,339

10,539 3,036 4,065 3,437

1,024 359 527 138

473 177 250 46

381 129 211 40

144 41 85 18

236 88 126 22

9,515 2,677 3,538 3,300

Men, 16 years and older.................. 16 to 24 years................................ 25 to 54 years................................ 55 years and older……………........

13,310 2,122 9,868 1,319

3,588 1,345 919 1,324

438 174 202 62

232 91 120 21

196 68 109 18

86 27 51 8

110 42 58 10

3,150 1,171 718 1,261

Women, 16 years and older............. 16 to 24 years................................ 25 to 54 years................................ 55 years and older………………....

9,043 1,588 6,435 1,020

6,951 1,691 3,146 2,114

586 185 325 75

241 86 130 25

185 61 102 22

58 14 34 10

126 46 68 12

6,365 1,505 2,821 2,038

Hispanic or Latino ethnicity

1

The sum of the employed plus the unemployed.

2 Includes those who did not actively look for work in the prior 4 weeks for such reasons as school or family responsibilities, ill health, and transportation problems, as well as a small number for whom reason for nonparticipation was not determined.

3 Refers to people who have searched for work during the prior 12 months (but not during the prior 4 weeks) and were available to take a job during the reference week, also referred to as "marginally attached to the labor force."

4 Includes the following reasons for not actively looking for work in the prior 4 weeks: Thinks no work available, could not fi nd work, lacks schooling or training, employer thinks too young or old, and other types of discrimination.

NOTE: Estimates for the above race groups (White, Black or African American, and Asian) do not sum to totals because data ar e not presented for all races. People whose ethnicity is identified as Hispanic or Latino may be of any race.

Asian

Do not

want a job now

Table 13. People in the labor force and not in the labor force by selected characteristics, 2009 annual averages—Continued

3

Other

(Numbers in thousands)

Not in the labor force

Total

Want a job

Race, age, sex,

and Hispanic origin

Civilian

Total

2

labor force

1

Searched for work in the prior year

Total

Available for work now

Total

Discouraged workers 4

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