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How is “per capita” calculated when it’s per 100k people?

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Multiply the per capita ratio by 100k, the ratio doesn’t change then.

I.e., (Per Capita *100k) per 100k. It just gives a different way of representing the value
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1 - (people working/total workforce)

x = answer\*100,000

conclude x in 100,000 people are unemployed

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