Statistics are applied to payroll in many different ways. The determination of the unemployment rate is found by applying payroll statistics. Without applying statistics to payroll the unemployment rate would not be found.
Statistics show that the unemployment rate in the United Kingdom in 2012 is approximately 8.26%.
According to the Vidal Statistics the unemployment rate in 1940 was 14.6% (8.1 million total unemployed)
Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)
The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)
As of February 2010, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics the unemployment rate in South Dakota is 5.5% of the labor force.
Nevada has the highest unemployment rate of 13.4% on August, 2011, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics in the Related Link below.
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
The Bureau of Labor Statistics collects, analyzes and reports unemployment statistics every month in the Jobs Report. They are the premier research arm of the Department of Labor.
The estimated unemployment rate in Brazil for 2008 is 8%. Source: CIA World Factbook
Canada's estimated unemployment rate for 2008 was 6.1%. Source: CIA World Factbook
The estimated unemployment rate for Afghanistan in 2008 is 40%. Source: CIA World Factbook
According to the CIA World Fact book, the Dominican Republic had an unemployment rate of 14.7 percent in 2012. In 2011, the unemployment rate was 14.6 percent.
Japan's unemployment rate is 4.2% as of 2008 estimates. Source: CIA World Factbook
Jamaica's unemployment rate in 2009 (est.) was 12.9% (138th in the world) according to the CIA World Factbook in the Related Link below.
According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, the unemployment rate in Australia was 5.1% as of July 2011, the most recent data gathered on the subject.
According to the CIA World Factbook Pakistans 2008 estimated unemployment rate is 7.4% plus substantial underemployment.
As of 10/22/10, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics lists all 50 state's unemployment rates in the Related Link below
The Official Unemployment rate (U-3) in US for August 2011 was 9.1.Below are the other unemployment rates in US for August 2011 :U-1 Unemployment rate : 5.4U-2 Unemployment rate : 5.3U-3 Unemployment rate : 9.1U-4 Unemployment rate : 9.7U-5 Unemployment rate : 10.6U-6 Unemployment rate : 16.2
As of July 8, 2009, the national unemployment rate in the US was 9.7%. For current information, you can easily access reports from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics by using Google's public data search. The above statistic was found at www.google.com with the query "unemployment rate USA". You can also specify by state and county.
The unemployment rate in South Africa fluctuates as it does in every country around the world. There is no correlation with the fluctuations with the unemployment rate and the South African business cycle.
Based on results of the most recent (October 2013) Labor Force Survey conducted by the National Statistics Office, unemployment rate in the Philippines is 6.5 percent.
The Unemployment rate of Pakistan is 15.4%.