Crossword: Statistically speaking—Printable version
- A group of establishments that produce similar products or provide similar services.
- A measure of the average change in prices companies receive for their goods and services produced in the U.S.
- A measure of economic efficiency that shows how effectively economic inputs are converted into output.
- A temporary stoppage of work by a group of workers to express dissatisfaction about the terms of their jobs.
- A person or business that pays others to work.
- Money received as pay for work performed during a specific period of time.
- Goods or services from someone from another country sold to someone in the United States.
- A household or person who lives in a household but is financially independent
- Pay and benefits you receive in return for doing your job.
- A measure of the change in prices paid on things you buy.
- All employed and unemployed people together - both those working and those looking for work.
- Something you receive for doing your job that's not money, such as paid vacation time and health insurance.
- Goods or services from someone in the United States sold to someone from another country.
- Represents the number of unemployed people as a percent of the labor force.
- The physical location of a place of business.
- A specific position of employment to be filled at a business.
- A set of activities or tasks that employees are paid to perform.
- A separation of an employee from an establishment that is initiated by the employer.
- When prices go up.
Last Modified Date: September 30, 2013