Working full time - often characterised as working four or five days a week, for 30-40 hours in total.
Working part-time - less hours than a full-time employee, normally not every working day.
Currently studying full-time.
People who have a long-term sickness or disability (longer than a year for benefits purposes).
People who are looking after home or family rather than being in work or study.
Not currently in employment.
No longer working due to deciding to retire. The UK no longer has a state-mandated retirement age, but there are laws governing receipt of state pensions.
All students, including full time and part-time.
Not currently in paid work and actively seeking it.
Employment status not covered in other employment circumstances.