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1980 5%
1930 5%
1910 1%
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1980 5%
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d. Of the weeks not worked in 1979 (if any), how many weeks was this person looking for work or on layoff from a job?

__________________ Weeks

"Count every week in which the person did not work at all, but spent any time looking for work or on layoff from a job. Looking for workmeans trying to get a job or start a business or professional practice; layoffincludes either temporary or indefinite layoff."


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1930 5%
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Employment:
Whether actually at work yesterday (or the last regular working day):
29. If not, line number of Unemployment Schedule.
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236. Column 29. Line number on unemployment schedule.-Every gainful worker for whom the answer "No" is entered in column 28 is to be reported on the unemployment schedule. Enter in column 29 the number of the line on that schedule where this report appears.

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1910 1%
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22. Number of weeks out of work during year 1909.
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179. Column 22. If an employee, number of weeks out of work during year 1909.?If a person reported as an employee (W) in column 20 was out of work during any part of the year 1909, enter the number of weeks out of work; but if such person was not out of work at all during the year, do not leave the column blank, but write "0." For persons other than employees, leave the column blank.

180. A person not employed at his principal or usual occupation but engaged in some side or temporary work is not to be considered as unemployed, the intent of this question being to find out the number of weeks during which the person was unable to secure any employment.