Part-Time, Casual and Temporary Employment, New South Wales
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The October 1997 State Supplementary survey Part time, Casual and Temporary Employment was run to collect information on people who were employed as a part time, casual or temporary employee. Information was also collected on work arrangements (such as overtime, study leave, superannuation, and workers compensation).
The main aim of the survey was to collect information on persons who usually work on a part-time, casual or temporary basis in their main job.
The survey was conducted for all persons 15 years and over who were usual residents of private dwellings, except:
Residents of other non-private dwellings such as hospitals, motels and jails (included in the Monthly Population Survey) were excluded from this survey.
In the survey, coverage rules were applied which aimed to ensure that each person was associated with only one dwelling, and hence had only one chance of selection in the survey.
Publication: Part time, Casual and Temporary Employment, New South Wales, October 1997 (ABS Cat No. 6247.1).
Standard Classifications were used for Labour Force variables, ie:
Sex - male, female
Region - Formed by aggregation of standard statistical divisions.
Age - Formed by aggregation of standard 5 year age groupings. Minimum level in publication - 15-24, 25-34, 35-44, 45+
Labour Force Status - Employed, Unemployed, Not in the labour force
Marital Status - Married, Not married
Educational attainment - Bachelor degree or higher, Trade qualification, Certificate or diploma, Secondary school education, Other
Language spoken at home - English only, Italian, Greek, Arabic/Lebanese, Chinese, Spanish, Other
Other concepts (summary)
Comments and/or Other Regions
A similar survey was conducted in October 1991
A similar topic was run once before in October 1991.
Data availability comments
Data is available in the publication Part time, Casual and Temporary Employment, New South Wales, October 1997 (ABS Cat No. 6247.1). Customised data is available to clients on request.
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