Chilean labor force participation, the percentage of people who are employed in the agricultural sector, rose to a record high of 76.3 percent in June 2017, up from 74.8 percent in April 2018, according to the Central Statistics Office.
The country also experienced a drop in the number of people participating in the labor force in June, from 8.8 million to 7.6 million.
The government’s National Statistics Institute (INE) reported the June 2017 labor force was 61.5 percent of the labor market.
The number of active workers, the number who were not participating in work but are actively working, also rose to 69.9 percent in 2017 from 67.6 percent in 2016.
The labor force share of the population has also fallen in recent years, from 63.2 percent in 2005 to 61.6 in 2016, according the World Bank.
The unemployment rate in 2017 was 8.7 percent.
In Chile, more than 3.1 million people were employed in agricultural production, according with the Department of Labor and Statistics (INES).
This is a subject that I have been interested in for a long time, because in a country where it is hard to find good quality food, where there is a shortage of raw materials, and where there are very high levels of poverty, it is very important to have the right infrastructure to ensure that our food is healthy.
And the good infrastructure is the agriculture sector.
The INES reported the labor rate fell from 6.7 to 6.5 jobs per capita in the year between 2009 and 2016.
According to INES data, Chile was ranked as the third most productive economy in the world in 2016 with the second highest average income per capita, with the country achieving the third highest productivity.
In 2017, Chile had a labor force that was 55.6 per cent of the national labor force.
The national labor participation rate was 65.1 percent in the second quarter of 2017, according in the National Statistics institute.
In 2018, Chile recorded the second lowest unemployment rate among the 15 countries assessed by the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe.
The Labor Ministry reported that in 2018, the labor participation in Chile was 62.4 percent, which was 5.9 percentage points lower than in the first quarter of 2018.
In a report titled “Chile: 2018 Labor Force Participation Rate: A Year of Transformation,” the National Institute of Statistics and Statistics reported that labor participation fell by 5.2 percentage points from the first half of 2018 to the second half of the year.
In the same report, the Labor Ministry said that the labor supply is currently “very high” in Chile, but that the “employment rate is not the main source of unemployment.”
It reported that the unemployment rate was 7.5 per cent in June 2018, down from 8 percent in May 2018.
The jobless rate has been falling in the country since the beginning of 2018, and the labor surplus has been increasing.
In its 2017 Annual Report, the IEA said that Chile has experienced a significant growth in the employment of the agricultural workforce, due to the introduction of agricultural productivity measures in the 2000s.
In 2018, labor force growth increased by 5 percent from the previous year, while the unemployment percentage fell by 3.4 percentage points.
The increase in labor force employment was accompanied by a decrease in the share of Chileans unemployed.
In this report, we are looking at the labor share of Chilean citizens in the total population, which measures the total percentage of the total labor force as a share of total population.
We have added the unemployment rates from the year ending June 2018 to account for the drop in unemployment.
We have also included the number that are actively employed and the number in the workforce as a percentage of total employed, since the labor-force participation rate does not reflect this.
The total labor share also includes the number working part time.
This is not an exhaustive list of Chile’s labor force numbers.
This information is provided for historical purposes only.