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Unpaid Family Workers, Nonagricultural Industries for United States (M08337USM175NNBR)

Observation:

Apr 1965: 643  
Updated: Aug 17, 2012

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Not Seasonally Adjusted

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(a) Unpaid Family Workers, Nonagricultural Industries for United States, Thousands of Persons, Not Seasonally Adjusted (M08337USM175NNBR)
Data Refer To Persons 14 Years Of Age And Over. According To Survey Week, Beginning With Data For July 1955, The Estimates Relate To The Calendar Week (Sunday Through Saturday) Which Contains The 12Th Of The Month. For Prior Months, Data Relate To Calendar Week Containing The 8Th Of The Month. In 1954, A Change Was Made From The 68-Area Sample That Served As Basis For The Estimates To A 230-Area Sample. The Data Shown For 1953 Here Represent Estimates That Were Revised On The Basis Of New Estimation Procedures Applied To The 230-Area Sample From 1954 On (See The Annual Report On The Labor Force, 1954, P.50, No.59, P.10). The Number Of Unpaid Family Workers Prior To Revision Was 5,037 In 1953. Another Sample Change To 330 Areas Was Made In May 1956; The Number Of Households Surveyed Increased From An Average Of 21,000 To An Average Of 35,000. The Estimates Are Considered Continuous And No Overlapping Figures Are Shown For The Detailed Labor Force Components (See The Annual Report On The Labor Force, P.50, No.72, P.12). The Increase In Total Employment In Nonagricultural Industries In May 1956 Was 0.16% (From 57,999 To 58,092). For 1957-1965, The Data Are Based On New Definitions Of Labor Force, Employment, And Unemployment. While The Major Aggregates Were Revised From 1947 On, No Changes Were Made For Small Components And The Figures Are Considered As Continuous (P.50, No.85). Source: The Labor Force Bulletin, No.7, April 1947 For 1945-46;"Annual Report On The Labor Force" For 1947-58 (United States Bureau Of The Census, Current Population Reports: Labor Force, Series P.50, Nos.13, 19, 31, 40, 45, 59, 67, 72, 85, 89) And"Special Labor Force Report" For 1959-63 (United States Department Of Labor, Bes, Nos.4, 14, 23, 31, 43), And Bes And Monthly Report On The Labor Force For 1964-April, 1965.

This NBER data series m08337 appears on the NBER website in Chapter 8 at http://www.nber.org/databases/macrohistory/contents/chapter08.html.

NBER Indicator: m08337

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Source: National Bureau of Economic Research  

Release: NBER Macrohistory Database  

Notes:

Data Refer To Persons 14 Years Of Age And Over. According To Survey Week, Beginning With Data For July 1955, The Estimates Relate To The Calendar Week (Sunday Through Saturday) Which Contains The 12Th Of The Month. For Prior Months, Data Relate To Calendar Week Containing The 8Th Of The Month. In 1954, A Change Was Made From The 68-Area Sample That Served As Basis For The Estimates To A 230-Area Sample. The Data Shown For 1953 Here Represent Estimates That Were Revised On The Basis Of New Estimation Procedures Applied To The 230-Area Sample From 1954 On (See The Annual Report On The Labor Force, 1954, P.50, No.59, P.10). The Number Of Unpaid Family Workers Prior To Revision Was 5,037 In 1953. Another Sample Change To 330 Areas Was Made In May 1956; The Number Of Households Surveyed Increased From An Average Of 21,000 To An Average Of 35,000. The Estimates Are Considered Continuous And No Overlapping Figures Are Shown For The Detailed Labor Force Components (See The Annual Report On The Labor Force, P.50, No.72, P.12). The Increase In Total Employment In Nonagricultural Industries In May 1956 Was 0.16% (From 57,999 To 58,092). For 1957-1965, The Data Are Based On New Definitions Of Labor Force, Employment, And Unemployment. While The Major Aggregates Were Revised From 1947 On, No Changes Were Made For Small Components And The Figures Are Considered As Continuous (P.50, No.85). Source: The Labor Force Bulletin, No.7, April 1947 For 1945-46;"Annual Report On The Labor Force" For 1947-58 (United States Bureau Of The Census, Current Population Reports: Labor Force, Series P.50, Nos.13, 19, 31, 40, 45, 59, 67, 72, 85, 89) And"Special Labor Force Report" For 1959-63 (United States Department Of Labor, Bes, Nos.4, 14, 23, 31, 43), And Bes And Monthly Report On The Labor Force For 1964-April, 1965.

This NBER data series m08337 appears on the NBER website in Chapter 8 at http://www.nber.org/databases/macrohistory/contents/chapter08.html.

NBER Indicator: m08337

Suggested Citation:

National Bureau of Economic Research, Unpaid Family Workers, Nonagricultural Industries for United States [M08337USM175NNBR], retrieved from FRED, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis; https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/M08337USM175NNBR, August 23, 2016.

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