Main reason for not working the full year of person 15 years or over

Status: This standard was approved as a departmental standard on December 3, 2020.

Definition

Main reason for not working the full year refers to the primary reason a person has worked less than 49 weeks during the reference year.

Person 15 years or over refers to an individual whose age is 15 years or over.

Usage

Within the context of this concept, a full year is defined as comprising at least 49 weeks of a reference year.

Conformity to relevant internationally recognized standards

There are no relevant internationally recognized standards.

Classifications

Relation to previous version

  • Main reason for not working the full year of person 15 years or over December 03, 2020 to current

    This is the current standard.

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