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4913.0.55.001 - Microdata: Pregnancy and Employment Transitions, Australia, Nov 2011 Quality Declaration 
Latest ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 28/08/2013   
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DATA ITEM LIST


The Pregnancy and Employment Transitions Survey comprised a questionnaire containing 4 modules and approximately 170 questions.

All data items are available for the Pregnancy and Employment Transitions Survey sample. Users intending to purchase the CURF should ensure that the data they require, and the level of detail they need, are available in this product.

The Expanded CURF file contains 166 data items. The data items list for the Expanded CURF, including relevant population and classification details, can be found in the Excel spreadsheet available from the Downloads tab. The data items are sorted by like items in 10 worksheets contained in the spreadsheet.

These worksheets are named as follows:

  • Populations;
  • Record Identifiers & Weights;
  • Demographic;
  • Income;
  • Womens job while pregnant;
  • Partners job during pregnancy;
  • Womens first job after birth;
  • Partners first job after birth;
  • Womens current job; and
  • Partners current job.

The Pregnancy and Employment Transitions Survey Expanded CURF contain 1,351 confidentialised respondent records from the survey. Subject to the limitations of the sample size and the data classifications used, it is possible to interrogate the CURF, produce tabulations and undertake statistical analyses to individual specifications.


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