The following table lists the employment statistics of Canada for the years 2003-2007. Complete the table by filling out the missing values. (Round your arnswers to whole numbers while calculating number of workers and round your answers to one decimal place otherwise.) Labor force Unemployment rate (%) Employed Potential Not in labor participation rate (%) Year Labor force workers force workers 4,473,745 2003 16,026,920 17,345,152 21,818,897 7.6 2004 16,316,358 4,512,194 22,094,476 7.2 79.6 17,716,482 6.7 2005 16,529,478 22,365,880 79.2 2006 4,668,984 79.3 17,917,851 22,586,835 6.3 2007 80.1 17,190,272 4,552,053 18,287,523

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The following table lists the employment statistics of Canada for the years 2003-2007. Complete the table by filling out the missing values. (Round your arnswers to
whole numbers while calculating number of workers and round your answers to one decimal place otherwise.)
Labor force
Unemployment rate
(%)
Employed
Potential
Not in labor
participation rate
(%)
Year
Labor force
workers
force
workers
4,473,745
2003
16,026,920
17,345,152
21,818,897
7.6
2004
16,316,358
4,512,194
22,094,476
7.2
79.6
17,716,482
6.7
2005
16,529,478
22,365,880
79.2
2006
4,668,984
79.3
17,917,851
22,586,835
6.3
2007
80.1
17,190,272
4,552,053
18,287,523
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The following table lists the employment statistics of Canada for the years 2003-2007. Complete the table by filling out the missing values. (Round your arnswers to whole numbers while calculating number of workers and round your answers to one decimal place otherwise.) Labor force Unemployment rate (%) Employed Potential Not in labor participation rate (%) Year Labor force workers force workers 4,473,745 2003 16,026,920 17,345,152 21,818,897 7.6 2004 16,316,358 4,512,194 22,094,476 7.2 79.6 17,716,482 6.7 2005 16,529,478 22,365,880 79.2 2006 4,668,984 79.3 17,917,851 22,586,835 6.3 2007 80.1 17,190,272 4,552,053 18,287,523

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