Provide short, understandable definitions for users who may not be familiar with the terms or concepts described on the page.
Briefly explain technical terms in your analysis using plain English. Use the Glossary to give a little more detail about terms and concepts without interrupting your analysis. You do not need to hyperlink each term used in the analysis to the Glossary; the Glossary is in the table of contents and is used consistently across publications.
Include at least three and up to six terms, with a description of up to 50 words for each. List the terms in alphabetical order.
Choose the most relevant terms that are commonly used in the analysis. Include a clear definition of any complex terms to prevent misunderstanding.
If you have a more detailed list of definitions on another page, link to it at the bottom of this section.
Employment measures the number of people in paid work and differs from the number of jobs because some people have more than one job. The employment rate is the proportion of people aged from 16 to 64 years who are in paid work.
The Guide to labour market statistics contains a glossary of other terms used in this bulletin.
The content design team can help you choose which terms to include and help you to write short, clear definitions – email firstname.lastname@example.org.