HLFS

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HLFSHousehold Labour Force Survey (UK)
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Initially, HLFs are identified from a video sequence and secondly, these HLFs are combined together using natural language processing techniques to generate smooth descriptions of a videos sequence.
By focusing on discourse within key official documents related to the HLF outcomes, this supports a stronger understanding of the geopolitical imaginary surrounding development cooperation.
Ivor Crowther, head of HLF North East, said: "There is a place of worship in almost every ward, village and town across the North east of England, providing a very powerful visual connection with our past.
The OECD-sponsored High Level Forum on Harmonization (HLF), held in
(Data on separations and new hires used here are not published, but were supplied by Statistics New Zealand from their HLFS survey by special request.
(3) Employment is defined by the HLFS as respondents who had: worked for one hour or more or worked without pay for an hour or more in a business owned or operated by a relative.
(1) This report relies primarily on data from the Household Labour Force Survey (HLFS) to examine changes over time in teenage youth activity.
Labour Force Balance is a paper drawn up based on the information from several data sources: demographic statistics, labour cost survey; household labour force survey (HLFS); administrative sources.
Maloney (2004) Returns to Post-School Qualifications: New Evidence Based on the HLFS Income Supplement 1997-2002, Department of Labour, Wellington.
While all of these data sources are used to some extent to generate the labour input series, the principal source of data on hours worked is the QES, rather than the HLFS. The advantages of the QES are, as indicated above, that it stretches back much further into the past and better aligns, when subdivided, with various industry categories (Ede et al., 2006).