What is total number of people in US workforce?
The U.S Department of Labor has the unemplyment rate currently at 7.2%, which it states is 11.1million people out of work. So divide 11.1/.072=154 million in the workfore. http://www.bls.gov/news.release/empsit.nr0.htm As of April 2009, the specific number was 154,731,000 in the civilian workforce. There are also approximately 1,500,000 in the military workforce. FYI, the current population of the US is 306,531,009, meaning that more than half of the US is working. Out of the whole population, 11.1 million are out of work, 43 million are elderly (65+), 48 million are stay-at-home moms/dads, and 73 million are children under 18.
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A. Weak versus Healthy Banks Chart 4. The title is "Number of U.S. Banks by Size Category" A bar chart. 4,893 banks or savings institutions have more than $100 million in assets; 3,517 have $100 to $500 million; 859 have $500 million to $5 billion; 150 have $5 to $50 billion; and 22 have more …than $50 billion. 4883 3517 859 150 50 = 9459 banks with $100 million or more. http://www.fdic.gov/bank/analytical/working/wp2003_07/index.html#fig04 http://url.rexroof.com/21834 (MORE)
Total Number of Lawyers in the U.S. . According to the American Bar Association, there were 1,116, 967 licensed attorneys in June of 2006. The number rose to 1,128,729 by the end of 2006, and grew to 1,143,358 by the end of 2007. Number of lawyers for each state in those years can be found on "La…wyers By State" on the ABA Website.. Interesting statistics posted on the ABA Website show the following demographics for various years:. Gender: In 1980, 92% of attorneys were men and 8% were women, compared to 73% men and 27% women in 2000.. Race/Ethnicity: In 2000, 88.8% were White, non-Hispanic - down 1.8% from 1990, 4.2% were Black, non-Hispanic - up .9% from 1990, Hispanic 3.4% - up .9%, Asian Pacific American, non-Hispanic 2.2% - up .8%, American Indian .2% - no change from 1990, Native Pacific Islander or Hawaiian .04% - added since 1990, and Bi-racial 1.2% - added since 1990.. Attorney's Average Age: 41 in 1991 and 45 in 2000.. Total JD enrollment: 129,397 in 1995-96, 125,184 in 1999-2000, and 137,676 in 2003-2004. In those years, male enrollment dropped from 56% to 51%, while the percentage of female enrollment rose from 44% to 49%. Minority enrollment also increased from 19.7% to 20.6%.. More statistical information can be found on "Lawyer Demographics" on the ABA Website. (Follow the nearby links.) (MORE)
Answer . for information on Total Workforce Acquisition and Recruiting.. p,s visit the website http://www.resourcedatamine.com/
There are 535 members of Congress: 100 Senators and 435 Representatives. The District of Columbia has one non-voting Delegate in the House of Representatives.
The total is 538. This figure is 435 ( number of house members) + 100 (number of senators) + 3 (for the district of Columbia). It takes 270 votes, which is one more than half to win.
The House of Representative has 435 legislators and the Senators has 100 legislators, totaling 535 legislators in both houses of Congress. The numbers are fixed by law.
The congress of the United States of America has a total votingmembers of 535. This includes the 435 representatives and 100senators.
this question really never can be anwered with a correct anwer due to the fact there are too many variables to this question
In 2010, there were just over two million people on active militaryduty. There were also about 850,000 in the active reserve.
The total number of jobs in the United States is just under 134 million. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics's site 2009.* Though there is no accurate reflection of the total population, estimates range from 310 million, upwards of 340 million, as of February 2010. Illegal immigrant p…opulation estimated at 11.2 million. Discounting the under-aged (16 years of age, or younger) 68 million, discounting the over-aged (65 years of age and upwards) 37 million, and discounting the disabled (any age, some of which overlap with the over and under-aged and many of whom maintain employment) 51 million. The total number of United States citizens available for the work force is, 154-184 million individuals.** Estimation of "true" unemployment is at 23%-27.2% , conservatively. According to a 2009 article from TIME Magazine, males between the ages of 25-64 are at an unemployment rate of 80.1% within the United States. This is not reflected in the overall findings of this article. No gender, race, religious, or economic factors are calculated into these findings. *Full and part time positions are being cut at a rate of tens to hundreds of thousands a month, since the completion of the BoLS's last employment findings. **It is estimated that 15% of senior citizens and 40% of people with disabilities hold full, or part time employment. Though for this article, no one with disabilities, or people over the age of 65 was counted as being employed. http://www.census.gov/prod/2009pubs/10statab/labor.pdf http://www.realising-potential.org/stakeholder-factbox/disabled-people-worldwide http://seniorjournal.com/NEWS/SeniorStats/5-04-25SeniorFacts.htm http://www.surveysez.com/People/united-states-population.html (MORE)
The Republic of the Philippines' population has now reached up to 90 million. Note: This is an approximate value.
In the U.S. there are about 1.8 million firefighters, paid, paid on call and volunteer.
169 million registered - 86 million democrat - 55 million republican - 28 million others registered.
In the US? Two point two million (2.2 million) currently; one fifth of the world's total prison population.
You will have to be a little more specific. Are you talking about companies traded on the stock exchange? Companies with more than or less than 25 employees?
Unknown. There are a dozen or so big makers and a lot of smaller ones that don't get reported becasue they don't have to.
\nGreat Depression in the United States, worst and longest economic collapse in the history of the modern industrial world, lasting from the end of 1929 until the early 1940s. Beginning in the United States, the depression spread to most of the worldâs industrial countries, which in the 20th ce…ntury had become economically dependent on one another. The Great Depression saw rapid declines in the production and sale of goods and a sudden, severe rise in unemployment. Businesses and banks closed their doors, people lost their jobs, homes, and savings, and many depended on charity to survive. In 1933, at the worst point in the depression, more than 15 million Americansâone-quarter of the nationâs workforceâwere unemployed.\n. \nThe depression was caused by a number of serious weaknesses in the economy. Although the 1920s appeared on the surface to be a prosperous time, income was unevenly distributed. The wealthy made large profits, but more and more Americans spent more than they earned, and farmers faced low prices and heavy debt. The lingering effects of World War I (1914-1918) caused economic problems in many countries, as Europe struggled to pay war debts and reparations. These problems contributed to the crisis that began the Great Depression: the disastrous U.S. stock market crash of 1929, which ruined thousands of investors and destroyed confidence in the economy. Continuing throughout the 1930s, the depression ended in the United States only when massive spending for World War II began.\n. \nThe depression produced lasting effects on the United States that are still apparent more than half a century after it ended. It led to the election of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, who created the programs known as the New Deal to overcome the effects of the Great Depression. These programs expanded government intervention into new areas of social and economic concerns and created social-assistance measures on the national level. The Great Depression fundamentally changed the relationship between the government and the people, who came to expect and accept a larger federal role in their lives and the economy.\n. \nThe programs of the New Deal also brought together a new, liberal political alliance in the United States. Rooseveltâs policies won the support of labor unions, blacks, people who received government relief, ethnic and religious minorities, intellectuals, and some farmers, forming a coalition that would be the backbone of the Democratic Party for decades to come. (MORE)
Another name for workforce is the working population. So workforce is, in fact, all those people in paid employment and also those who are unemployed (e.g. pupils, students, disabled people etc.).
It appears that the total number of local governments was 87.525 at the time of the US Census Bureau Press Release http://www.census.gov/Press-Release/www/releases/archives/governments/000410.html
From page 124 of "Opportunities in financial careers". By Martin A. Sumichrast there are around 1 million, however this would depend on your definition of accountant. The number of bookkeepers exceed the # of accountants. There are retired accountants, unemployed accountants, etc. regards Dave B
There were 26 banks defaults in 2008, 140 in 2009, 158 in 2010 and still counting in 2011.
more than 40,000,000,000,000,000 Too many to count. Hundreds of new songs are created everyday. Good query for the Library of Congress.
Eight. They are currently: Frank Kratovil (D), Dutch Ruppersberger (D), John Sarbanes (D), Donna Edwards (D), Steny Hoyer (D), Roscoe Bartlett (R), Elijah Cummings (D), and Christopher Van Hollen, Jr (D). .
The most obvious answer is enslavement or slaves. There is also: . Compelled Labor: where a person is paid minimally but unable to leave the employment . Indentured Servitude: where a person works to pay off a debt and cannot leave until he has worked off the debt . CorvÃ©e labor: where a …person must give up one month or more of his life to perform unpaid government works (MORE)
About 300-350 million. Interesting, but where do these stats come from? And how does it break down into residential vs commercial? Thanks
535 is the total number of members in the U.S. Congress: 435 Representatives and 100 Senators. In addition to the 435 voting members in the House, there are also five non-voting seats. These seats are filled by representatives from the District of Columbia and the U.S. territories of American Samoa,… Guam, and the U.S. Virgin Islands and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. Each of these representatives, except Puerto Rico, serve as delegates in the House. The representative from Puerto Rico is officially a resident commissioner. (MORE)
There is 30,928 this is not accurate though. As nightclubs are a popular and a successful industry this answer is changing all the time !!! This answer is roughly how many there are.
The highest level of educational attainment is the doctorate degree, under which many specific programs of study fall.
Has the total number of people working in the real estate industry in the US increased or decreased?
Decreased. Due to the extremely depressed real estate market thousands of people who worked in businesses connected to the real estate industry have lost their jobs. Think of mortgage departments at all the sub-prime lenders that have gone out of business as well as Main Street banks that are not w…riting many mortgages these days. Staff at law offices that specialized in real estate have downsized their support staffs. Real estate agencies have downsized simply because there are just not that many people who are in the position to purchase in this poor economic climate. People who have lost their jobs are losing their homes to foreclosure. People who in better times would be purchasing their first home who haven't lost their jobs are reluctant to take on a mortgage debt because their jobs may end at any time. (MORE)
There are fifty US States; forty-eight contiguous states and Alaska and Hawaii. It has been so since August 21, 1951 when Hawaii was admitted.
No one will ever know the exact amount of course, but the estimate is approx. 6 billion people,
New technology makes many jobs easier. For example, almost every job benefits from computers because inventories and records can be kept on them, cashiers use them to check people out, business people can use them for online video and audio meetings, etc. Cell phone technology makes communication ea…sier, such as when someone is out of the office, they can still be reached. Machines make manufacturing quicker and easier for those who work in that industry. (MORE)
A diverse workforce includes many segmented areas within a population to include: . cultural differences . gender . age groups . race . ethnicity . nationality . religion
Millions across the globe and in many countries trade in Stocks. It is impossible to narrow down with the exact number that trade in stocks because of the fluctuations in the numbers that trade in the markets
The number of women in the work force increased because of theabsence of men while they were in the war. and then with women inthe work force they stayed there and they have increased work forcesize since then even with the men home.
About 70 million people speak French as their first language, and another 200 million speak it as a second language.
1 out of every 7 workers is a government employee ! Many States (like New York) have a percentage higher than 16 % of their workforce.
The CIA Factbook, in 11/18/10, estimated Canada's 2009 workforce to be 18.38 million. See the Related Link below.
The US workforce was 46 million in 1929 and grew to 56 million in 1940. -Greg P
The same percentage as that of the general population -- roughly 1 to 10 percent, depending on exactly how you define"gay."
About 70% of the USA population are white so knowing that, there are 219,262,500 people who are white in the USA
There are way too many and some that are totally useless or dupicate another agency
If you have the software available it would be beneficial by limiting unneeded expenses. It would also cut down on unused time on the clock ultimately saving the employer or business maney.
approximately 8 million speak it as a first language, and another 3 million speak it as a second language (as of statistics from 2005).
Texas workforce offers employees, individuals, and communities the opportunity to achieve and sustain economic prosperity. It also provides the workforce development component of the governor's economic development strategy.
The total number of engineering jobs in the US will vary from year to year. They are typically broken down by the field of engineering. The Bureau of Labor and Statistics offers such information, although it may not be absolutely current.
It has been estimated that approximately 17.45 billion people that have ever played any form of athletics. This educated estimate dates all the way back to the first olympics in ancient Rome. The first sport ever played was when the Romans cut off the heads of men who weren't honorable to the societ…y (MORE)
The answer is idk cause it doesn't say in my book ether and itmakes me sad because I am a strait A student well I got a couple ofB+s but I'm smart and I should know this stuff but sorry I usuallywould tell u people the answers but I cant
The total number is not known. There were 201 recorded tornadoes inthe United States in 1950, but at the time, the vast majority of F0and F1 tornadoes were missed. These account for about 90% oftornadoes today. So the actual number of tornadoes in 1950 was,without a doubt, much higher. Based on mod…ern percentages we can estimate that the United Statesprobably had between 750 and 1150 tornadoes in 1950, more likelynear the higher end of that range. (MORE)
They are 3, 5 and 7 : 3 x 5 x 5 x 5 x 7 = 2,621