Rate : Male self-employment

Rates are used to define comparative statistics that can be mapped and graphed. For example, our occupational information includes counts of the number of workers in employment and out of employment, as well as the total number of workers. We then define a measure called the 'Unemployment Rate', which uses the number out of work rather than the number in work, and expresses it as a percentage of the total, rather than a rate per thousand. The descriptive text in the system is defined mainly for rates.

Male self-employment
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CENSUS_EMPL:male/self * 100.0 / CENSUS_ACTIVE_GEN:male/act
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From 1951 onwards, the census allows us to calculate the proportion of economically-active workers who were self-emplyed.

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T_WK Work and Poverty

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