Date Value Value
Oct 1, 2016 59.70%
Jan 1, 2016 59.60%
Jan 1, 2015 59.30%
Jan 1, 2014 58.80%
Jan 1, 2013 58.50%
Jan 1, 2012 58.40%
Jan 1, 2011 58.30%
Jan 1, 2010 58.50%
Jan 1, 2009 60.60%
Jan 1, 2008 62.90%
Jan 1, 2007 63.30%
Jan 1, 2006 62.90%
Jan 1, 2005 62.40%
Jan 1, 2004 62.30%
Jan 1, 2003 62.50%
Jan 1, 2002 62.70%
Jan 1, 2001 64.40%
Jan 1, 2000 64.60%
Jan 1, 1999 64.40%
Jan 1, 1998 64.00%
Jan 1, 1997 63.40%
Jan 1, 1996 62.70%
Jan 1, 1995 63.00%
Jan 1, 1994 62.20%
Jan 1, 1993 61.40%
Jan 1, 1992 61.50%
Jan 1, 1991 62.00%
Jan 1, 1990 63.20%
Jan 1, 1989 62.90%
Jan 1, 1988 62.00%
Jan 1, 1987 61.00%
Jan 1, 1986 60.60%
Jan 1, 1985 59.90%
Jan 1, 1984 58.80%
Jan 1, 1983 57.20%
Jan 1, 1982 58.20%
Jan 1, 1981 59.10%
Jan 1, 1980 60.00%
Jan 1, 1979 59.90%
Jan 1, 1978 58.80%
Jan 1, 1977 57.00%
Jan 1, 1976 56.40%
Jan 1, 1975 56.40%
Jan 1, 1974 58.20%
Jan 1, 1973 57.10%
Jan 1, 1972 56.70%
Jan 1, 1971 56.80%
Jan 1, 1970 58.00%
Jan 1, 1969 57.60%
Jan 1, 1968 57.00%
Jan 1, 1967 57.10%
Jan 1, 1966 56.70%
Jan 1, 1965 55.70%
Jan 1, 1964 55.30%
Jan 1, 1963 55.20%
Jan 1, 1962 55.40%
Jan 1, 1961 55.70%
Jan 1, 1960 56.00%
Jan 1, 1959 55.70%
Jan 1, 1958 55.90%
Jan 1, 1957 57.00%
Jan 1, 1956 57.80%
Jan 1, 1955 55.70%
Jan 1, 1954 55.70%
Jan 1, 1953 57.80%
Jan 1, 1952 57.70%
Jan 1, 1951 56.90%
Jan 1, 1950 55.10%
Jan 1, 1949 56.20%
Jan 1, 1948 56.60%

The US Employment Population Ratio (or Employment to Population Ratio) indicates the percentage of the total US working-age population (age 16+) that is employed.

Unlike the Unemployment Rate, this includes people who have stopped looking for work.

Source: US Bureau of Labor Statisticshere.