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Egypt - Labor Force Survey, LFS 2009

Occupation classification of the main job of the second spouse [Standardized version] (OCCSP_2)
File: Egypt 2009-LFS HH-V1
Overview
Type: Discrete
Format: numeric
Width: 3
Decimals: 0
Range: 10-999
Valid cases: 62
Invalid: 74977
Definition
Standardized occupation classification of the main job of the second spouse.
Universe
Employed Spouses aged 6+
Source of information
Data Dictionary & Questionnaire/Codebook
Categories
ValueCategoryCases
10 Legislators, senior officials and managers 2 3.2%
20 Professionals 2 3.2%
30 Technicians and associate professionals 2 3.2%
40 Clerks 0 0.0%
50 Service workers and shop and market sales workers 3 4.8%
60 Skilled agricultural and fishery workers 48 77.4%
70 Craft and related trades workers 1 1.6%
80 Plant and machine operators, and assemblers 0 0.0%
90 Elementary occupations 2 3.2%
100 Armed forces 0 0.0%
998 Other/unspecified 0 0.0%
999 Not stated 2 3.2%
Sysmiss 74977
Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.
Imputation and Derivation
Derivation
Original survey variable recoded/renamed (Ref: Data dictionary.pdf)
Others
Notes
GENERAL NOTES
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In many datasets, national classifications are used to code the detailed data collected. In such cases, if the aggregated data is provided by the statistical office, no attempt to correct the original variable is done.


COUNTRY SPECIFIC NOTES
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The original variable indicating the occupation (croccup_6d) is not reported for those who are arranging to take up paid/self-employment activity, waiting for the start date of an agreed work or having unpaid leave for more than one year. Those were recoded employed but temporary unpaid (MAS_D=130), and all their main job characteristics were recoded "not stated" since they did not effectively start working.

As stated in the methodology provided with the dataset from CAPMAS, the occupation variable's codes were recoded based on the occupational classification index issued in July 2005 which is consistent with the International Standard Classification of Occupations for 1988 (ISCO-88).


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