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BIBB/BAuA Employment Survey Supplemental Task Survey 2012

BIBB/BAuA Employment Survey Supplemental Task Survey 2012

The Supplemental Task Survey measures occupational mobility up to one year after the main interview for a subsample of the Employment Survey 2012 and provides information on "generic tasks" for approximately 4,300 persons. Nearly 2,300 of these persons also joint a second part of this study where they report the time spend on individual occupational tasks and the level of difficulty of these activities on a reporting day of their choice.

Survey units: Persons of the Employment Survey 2012 excluding persons with an advanced further training certificate (master craftsman, technicians, and alike)
Number of cases: Teil I: 4.356 | Teil II: 2.272
Population: German Working Population excluding trainees and people with an advanced training certificate (master craftsman, technician, and alike)
Number of variables: Teil I: 104 (SUF), 5 (VT) 1 (SV) | Teil II: 73 (SUF), 1 (VT)
Representative region: East/West Germany
Weighting: Design and population weight; projection weight
DOI: doi:10.7803/610.12.1.1.20
FDZ_Datenblatt_Task_2012_EN.pdf

BIBB/BAuA Employment Survey Supplemental Task Survey 2012

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data and methodological report
FDZ_DuMB_Task_Zusatz_EN_V2.pdf

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