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Jordan - Employment and Unemployment Survey, EUS 2007

Sector of employment of the second spouse [Standardized version] (SECTORSP_2)
File: Jordan07-LFS HH-V1
Overview
Type: Discrete
Format: numeric
Width: 2
Decimals: 0
Range: 1-99
Valid cases: 13
Invalid: 49571
Definition
Sector of employment (i.e. private versus public sector workers) in the main job of the second spouse.
Universe
Employed Spouses aged 15+
Source of information
Data Dictionary & Questionnaire/Codebook
Categories
ValueCategoryCases
1 Government 0 0.0%
2 Public sector 5 38.5%
3 Private sector 8 61.5%
4 Joint/Cooperative 0 0.0%
5 Foreign sector 0 0.0%
6 Other 0 0.0%
99 Not stated 0 0.0%
Sysmiss 49571
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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Quasi-public sectors are considered as public.
In the case that there is no distinction between Government and Public, in the original survey, we use the classification as provided.
Cooperative includes employees in joint ventures.
Foreign includes workers in international NGOs.
Others includes workers in national NGOs and in private households.



COUNTRY SPECIFIC NOTES
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The original variable indicating the sector of employment (Q219) is not reported for those who are waiting to resume previous work or found a job and waiting to start. Thus, the generated variable for those cases is recoded "not stated".


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