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Objective 1
There are data on the distribution of population in the regions of the Russian Federation by age as of January 1, 2004 .:
The entire population,
thous. people. The proportion of age groups in the general population, percent
younger
Able-bodied Able-bodied older Able-bodied
The Russian Federation 144,168.2 17.3 62.4 20.3
Central Federal District 37,733.5 14.7 61.9 23.4
Northwestern Federal District 13,831.7 15.6 63.5 20.9
Southern Federal District 22,849.9 20.3 60.5 19.2
Volga Federal District 30,902.3 17.7 61.7 20.6
Urals Federal District 12,315.7 18.0 64.1 17.9
Siberian Federal District 19,901.0 18.7 63.3 18.0
Far Eastern Federal District 6634.1 18.9 65.6 15.5
Source: Social status and standard of living of the Russian population. 2004: Stat. Sat / Rosstat. - M., 2004. - S. 89.
Identify all known to you dependency ratios in the population of working age. The calculation results are present in table form.
Draw conclusions.

Task 2
There are data on employment in the Russian Federation, at the end of the period:
Year The number of economically active population,
million people. The number of employed
in the economy,
million people. The number of not employed citizens registered with the state employment services, thou. Pers. They are recognized as unemployed, thousand. people. The need of organizations for workers, stated in the employment service,
thous. people.
2006 74.2 69.2 1910.9 1742.0 935.7
2007 75.1 70.8 1731.8 1553.0 1126.3
2008 76.0 70.6 1733.5 1521.8 894.7
And with t about ch n and to: Statistical Yearbook 2009: Stat.sb. / Rosstat. - M., 2009. - S. 129, 149.
Define in 2007 and 2008 .:
1) the total number of unemployed;
2) the level of employment;
3) the level of general and registered unemployment of the population;
4) coefficient of tension in the labor market.
Draw conclusions.

Objective 3
During the reporting year the organization has the following data:
Indicator Value
The average number of workers people. 300
Of man-days 62500
The number of man-days of non-attendance at work - just 46900
including:
holidays and 36000
annual paid holidays 7500
Other non-appearance 3400
Man-hours worked 500100
including overtime 2100
Reference: Average normal working hours - 8 hours.
Define:
1) The average number of days and hours of operation per one average worker;
2) The average actual duration of a complete and a portion of the working day;
3) utilization factors: a) the average number of workers, b) the duration of working time; c) working hours (full and a portion).
Draw conclusions.

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Task 4
There are data on the distribution of the resident population of the region by per capita cash income:
The per
cash income per month, rub. Population,% of total
the base period of the reporting period
Prior to 5000.0 12.2 7.3
5000,1-7000,0 10.9 8.2
7000,1-10000,0 15.8 13.5
10000,1-14000,0 16.9 16.3
14000,1-19000,0 14.6 15.6
19000,1-27000,0 13.3 15.9
27000,1-45000,0 11.2 15.0
More than 5.1 45,000.0 8.2
Total 100.0
100.0
Reference: 1. The resident population of the region in the base period was 3400.0 thousand. Pers. In accounting - 3300.0 thousand. People.
2. The minimum subsistence level per capita in the region is in the base period 5150 rubles., Accounting - 6370 rubles.
For each period:
1) make a rearrangement of data, creating income groups of the population fold subsistence level: 1.0; 1.0 - 2.0; 2.0 - 3.0; 3.0 - 4.0; 4.0 or more;
2) determine:
a) the level of poverty in the region;
b) Lack of cash income of the poor;
c) an index of depth of poverty.
3) build curves M. Lorenz.
Draw conclusions.

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