the ratio (usually expressed as a percentage) of people in the labor force to the working-age population.

The percentage of the population over the age of 15 which is either employed or looking for work. The interaction of job and labor force growth drives the migration of workers to and from the Bay Area.

is the number of persons in the labor force as a percent of the total population 16 years of age or older.

The number of people who are in the labor force divided by the number of people in the population (used in the CPS).

The labor force as a percentage of the total population.

the fraction of the working-age population that is employed or seeking employment

The proportion of the total civilian noninstitutional population or of a demographic subgroup of that population classified as "in the labor force."

Labor force participation rate is the percentage of the working-age population who are members of the labor force.