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Labour Force Status of Parents/Partners in Families (LFSF)
How this variable is created
Labour Force Status of Parents/Partners in Families is derived using data from Relationship in Household, Family Composition, Labour Force Status and Hours Worked. Images of these questions are provided below.
This variable was first introduced in 2011. Some minor phrasing changes were made to this variable in 2016.
Non-response rate only applies to data items that directly reflect responses to individual Census form questions. Labour Force Status of Parents/Partners in Families does not have a non-response rate as it is a derived value created during Census processing for applicable families. For more information, refer to Understanding Census data quality.
A definition of Labour Force Status of Parents/Partners in Families is available in the 2016 Census Dictionary.
Questions 5, 34 and 44 as they appear on the 2016 Census Household Paper Form:
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2900.0 - Census of Population and Housing: Understanding the Census and Census Data, Australia , 2016
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