6602.0 - Microdata: Longitudinal Labour Force, Australia, 2008-10 Quality Declaration
ARCHIVED ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 10/12/2012 First Issue
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HOUSEHOLD AND FAMILY
NUMBER OF PEOPLE IN HOUSEHOLD
This data item describes the number of people in a household, including visitors and children under 15 years.
In the flat file structure, all members of the household will have the same number assigned to their records for any given month (see File Structure for more information). To identify individual households, refer to Household ID [ABSHID]
The Number of people in household is based on the number of people aged over 15 years (who are in the labour force survey and appear as records in the CURF) and the number of children under 15 years (who are not in the survey but appear as a data item for parents).
The data item is limited to '2 or more children' (see Number of children aged 0 to 14 years [FAMNKIDC]).
For this data item, the number of people in a household relates to the smallest possible number of people, and can be thought of as "at least this many people".
People in special dwellings (see Residence Status [URSTATC]) are treated as single person 'households' (See Household ID [ABSHID]), so are excluded from this data item.
Labour Force Survey Standard Products and Data Item Guide: Household (cat. no. 6103.0)
Labour Statistics: Concepts, Sources and Methods: 16.14 Families and Households (cat. no. 6102.0.55.001)
Family, Household and Income Unit Variables, 2005: The concept of the family (cat. no. 1286.0)
Family, Household and Income Unit Variables, 2005: Core variables describing family structure (cat. no. 1286.0)
Family, Household and Income Unit Variables, 2005: Definitions of common concepts - Household (cat. no. 1286.0)
Family, Household and Income Unit Variables, 2005: Household composition (cat. no. 1286.0)
Census Dictionary, 2011: Household (cat. no. 2901.0)