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Palestine - Labor Force Survey, LFS 2013

Data File

Palestine13-LFS IND-V1

Content The individual data file contains generated individual-level harmonized variables, subject to availability, enveloped in the following categories:
- File identification and information
- Demographics
- Nationality and immigration
- Education
- Current labor status
- Employment in main job
- Wages and incomes
- Employment in secondary job
- Last held job characteristics
- Unemployment characteristics
- Inactivity reason(s)
In cross-sectional datasets, both CASESER and PNUM are used to uniquely identify an individual.
In panel data, the ROUND, CASESER and PNUM are required to uniquely identify a certain individual, while the HPNLID and PPNLID variables are used to identify paneled individuals.
Cases 105586
Variable(s) 87
Structure:Type: relational
Keys: ROUND (Survey round), CASESER (Unique household identifier), HPNLID (Household panel identifier), PNUM (Individual identifier), PPNLID (Individual panel identifier)

Variables

NameLabelQuestion
COUNTRY Country
YEAR Survey year
ROUND Survey round
DTYPE Data type
DREP Household repetition over rounds
CASESER Unique household identifier
HPNLID Household panel identifier
HWEIGHT Household weight
PNUM Individual identifier
PPNLID Individual panel identifier
PWEIGHT Individual weight
REG Region
AREA Area
RURURB Urban/Rural residence
AGE Age
SEX Gender
MART Marital status [Standardized version]
MART_D Marital status [Detailed version]
REL Relationship to head [Standardized version]
REL_D Relationship to head [Detailed version]
LIT Literacy status
EVERATTD Ever attended school
ATTSCH School attendance status
EDUC Educational level [Standardized version]
EDUC_D Educational level [Detailed version]
YEDUC Number of effective years of schooling
ENROL Level of schooling presently attending
VOC Received any vocational training
LFS Labor force status in the reference period
MAS Main activity status in the reference period [Standardized version]
MAS_D Main activity status in the reference period [Detailed version]
EMPS Status of employment in the main job during the reference period
OCC Occupation classification of the main job [Standardized version]
OCC_ISCO08_2 Occupation classification of the main job [ISCO 2008-2 digits]
IND Economic activity classification of the main job [Standardized version]
IND_ISIC4_2 Economic activity classification of the main job [ISIC Rev.4-2 digits]
SECTOR Sector of employment of the main job [Standardized version]
SECTOR_D Sector of employment of the main job [Detailed version]
GWRKPLC Geographical workplace of the main job
EMPSTAB Employment stability in the main job
EMPCONT Employment contract in the main job
BENEFIT_01 Individual benefits from contribution to the pension/end of service funding
BENEFIT_02 Individual benefits from in-lieu/paid annual leave
BENEFIT_03 Individual benefits from paid sick leave
BENEFIT_04 Individual benefits from paid maternity vacation
SYDUN Affiliated to a syndicate or a vocational union
ESTAB Working in an establishment at the main job
ESTTAX Establishment registered in tax administration
NUMWRK Number of workers in establishment of the main job
HRSWK Total weekly working hours in the main job
FHRSWK_R_01 Reason for few weekly working hours is official working hours < threshold
FHRSWK_R_03 Reason for few weekly working hours is strike/Closure
FHRSWK_R_04 Reason for few weekly working hours is unavailability of additional work
FHRSWK_R_07 Reason for few weekly working hours is family/Personal responsibilities
FHRSWK_R_08 Reason for few weekly working hours is temporary absence from work
FHRSWK_R_09 Reason for few weekly working hours is unwillingness to do extra work
FHRSWK_R_90 Other reasons for few weekly working hours
WNTCHJ Want to change the main job/get an additional job
WNTCHJ_R Reason for desiring to change the main job/get an additional job
DAYMNTH Total number of working days per month in the main job
TOTWAG Total monthly wage from the regular main job
SECJOB Has a secondary job during the reference period
EMPSSC Status of employment in the secondary job during the reference period
INDSC Economic activity classification of the secondary job [Standardized version]
INDSC_ISIC4_2 Economic activity classification of the secondary job [ISIC Rev.4-2 digits]
SECTORSC Sector of employment of the secondary job [Standardized version]
SECTORSC_D Sector of employment of the secondary job [Detailed version]
EMPSTABSC Employment stability in the secondary job
EMPCONTSC Employment contract in the secondary job
ESTABSC Working in an establishment at the secondary job
ESTTAXSC Establishment registered in tax administration
NUMWRKSC Number of workers in the secondary job establishment
PRVWRK Previously worked during the reference period
EMPSPRV Status of employment in the previous/last held job
OCCPRV Occupation classification of the previous/last held job [Standardized version]
OCCPRV_ISCO08_2 Occupation classification of the previous/last held job [ISCO 2008-2 digits]
INDPRV Economic activity classification of the previous/last held job [Standardized version]
INDPRV_ISIC4_2 Economic activity classification of the previous/last held job [ISIC Rev.4-2 digits]
SECTORPRV Sector of employment of the previous/last held job [Standardized version]
SECTORPRV_D Sector of employment of the previous/last held job [Detailed version]
UNEMPDUR Unemployment duration in months
SRCHACT_01 Seeking a job by registering with government offices/ministries
SRCHACT_06 Seeking a job by seeking the assistance of friends/relatives/other intermediaries
SRCHACT_07 Seeking a job by applying directly to the employer
SRCHACT_08 Seeking a job by reading/watching/responding to advertisements in newspapers/TV
SRCHACT_90 Seeking a job through other activities not elsewhere classified
NOTSRCH_R Reason for not seeking a job during the reference period
Total variable(s): 87


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