What does full employment in an economy mean?

The amount a country can produce determines its wealth. Poor countries are poor because they do not produce much. The amount a country can produce increases with more capital equipment, infrastructure, and the like, but also with productivity advances. Those in turn are driven by technological advances, and by firms in hot competition with each other to cut costs and produce products that consumers like better. This competition means that a lot of firms fail; every month, about 2 million jobs are created, and 2 million jobs destroyed. It takes a while to find a new job; during this process, on

The amount a country can produce determines its wealth. Poor countries are poor because they do not produce much. The amount a country can produce increases with more capital equipment, infrastructure, and the like, but also with productivity advances. Those in turn are driven by technological advances, and by firms in hot competition with each other to cut costs and produce products that consumers like better. This competition means that a lot of firms fail; every month, about 2 million jobs are created, and 2 million jobs destroyed. It takes a while to find a new job; during this process, one is unemployed. Full employment corresponds to "the ordinary level of employment in an economy that is not in recession, taking into account that a fraction of people are between jobs at any given moment."

according to economics full employment is the level where all eligible person according to their education get job means everybody who is willing to do a work get job.