CPS utilities. Earner study. Outgoing rotations
Creator: United States. Bureau of the Census.
Creator: United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Creator: Unicon Research Corporation.
Publisher: Los Angeles, CA. : Unicon Research Corp.
LCC: HA203 .C774 compu/d
Description: CPS utilities provide compressed data, documentation, and extraction software for the Current population surveys. These Earner study files are released through the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Included are the basic questions for each of the twelve months as well as the special set of earners questions. The latter provide information about weekly versus hourly pay and union membership. The questions are asked of the portion of the population that roughly corresponds to wage and salary workers (self-employed persons in incorporated businesses are excluded). These data are collected in the two outgoing rotation groups as a part of the basic CPS labor force interview. The Outgoing Rotation series presents all twelve months of data for the two outgoing groups (i.e., households in their fourth and eighth months of survey participation). The annual sample size is therefore about three times greater than that for any individual month.
Description: System requirements: IBM PC or compatible; 386 (or higher) PC; DOS 5.0 (or higher) or Windows (3.1, NT, 95 or higher), DVD-ROM drive.
Description: Surveys conducted by the Bureau of the Census for the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Subject: Demographic surveys United States Statistics Databses.
Subject: Income United States Statistics Databases.
Subject: Households United States Statistics Databases.
Subject: Labor supply Demographic surveys United States Statistics Databases.
Subject: United States Population Statistics Databaases.
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Categories: CD-ROM, Databaases, Databses, Demographic surveys, Households, Income, Labor supply, Population, United States