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Definition

The specific activity rate for a specific age interval is the quotient between the number of active persons in that age range and the population corresponding to said interval. Ti (activity) = Ai/ Pi, i <= 16 [i,i + k) age interval with amplitude k Ti= specific activity rate for interval [i,i + k) Ai= number of active persons in the interval [i,i + k) Pi=population in the interval [i,i + k) It is generally calculated for both sexes and for each separately. Intervals are usually every fifteen or every ten days.

Source

National Statistics Institute surveys

Topic

Statistical operations

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