Household Employment Survey (hes),
Household Employment Survey (hes) Definition:
An indicator of the economy's ability to create jobs, which analysts often use in salary surveys. HES estimates employment in several countries based on interview responses with 60,000 families. Bureau of Labor Statistics then refines the data based on recent population estimates. Unlike the pay survey, the household survey raw data is not reviewed, but the demographic estimates used for inflation sometimes include new census information and household estimates.
Literal Meanings of Household Employment Survey (hes)
Meanings of Household:
A house and its occupants are seen as a unit.
Sentences of Household
The whole house is sleeping
Synonyms of Household
clan, house, tribe, family circle, ménage, family
Meanings of Employment:
Paid working conditions.
Sentences of Employment
Full time staff
Meanings of Survey:
(A person or their eyes) looks at (something else) carefully, especially to diagnose it.
Examine and note the areas and features of the (ground area) to create a map, plan, or description.
Ask them questions (from a group of people) to find out their opinions or experiences.
Someone's image, interrogation or someone's statement or something else.
Land survey action.
Sentences of Survey
Her green eyes stared at him coldly
Check out the New Zealand coast
95% of the patients surveyed are satisfied with the health system.
The author offers an overview of the relevant literature
The flight includes a detailed aerial view of the military base
Synonyms of Survey
look over, look at, eye, get a bird's-eye view of, contemplate, regard, study, stare at, consideration, review, overview, observe, gaze at, see, take a look at, view
Meanings of Hes:
The word is used to refer to a human, child or male animal that has been mentioned before or can be easily identified.
One person, one person.
(In child's play) The player must take the second "he".
The chemical element helium.
Sentences of Hes
Everyone loves my father, he is the perfect man
Is it him or her?