Who's in labor force and who isn't, at a glance

How the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics defines:

— Labor force: civilians 16 and older, excluding those confined to institutions such as prisons or nursing homes, who are working or looking for work.

— Labor force participation rate: The percentage of the civilian, non-institutionalized population working or looking for work.

— Unemployed: Out of work but actively looking for a job.