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LFPR

The data refers to Labour Force Participation Rate (per 1000) for persons of age 15-59 years for each State/UT. Labour-force participation rate is defined as the proportion of persons/person-days in the labour-force to the total person/person-days. These ratios are given in per 1000 of person/person-days.
Labour force Participation Rate (LFPR), Work Force Participation Rate (WFPR) and Unemployment Rate (UR) by Usual Principal and Subsidiary Status (UPSS) (in percentage) have been furnished in the data. Persons who are either working (or employed) or seeking or available for work (or unemployed) during the reference period together constitute the labour force. Labour force participation rate (LFPR) is defined as the number of persons in the labour force per 1000 persons.
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