SN121

Italian Labour Force Survey – January (2013)

ISTAT

Version:
2.0

Changelog (Archive version):

2.0 - 2016-06-21
* data and documentation update to the last release (2.0)

1.0 - 2013-11-14
* Data import routines

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Release:
3.0

Changelog (Source release):

3.0 - 2016-05-26
* new release:
The dataset now includes the information about the "job Satisfaction" section

2.0 - 2015-03-30
* new release:
Updating weights that takes into account the population reconstructed according to the census and the revision of the Registries by the municipalities in the post-census period

1.0 - 2013/06/18
* 1st release

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Data Kind:
individual data

Time Dimensions:
longitudinal (panel)

Series Name:
RFL - Labour Force Survey

Questionnaire:
1.08 MB
other documentation
Website
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The Italian Labour Force Survey is the main source of statistical information on the Italian labor market. The information gathered from the population constitutes the basis on which official estimations of employment and unemployment are calculated, as well as information on the main job’s issues – occupation, sector of economic activity, hours worked, contracts’ type and duration, training.

The survey data are used to analyze a number of individual, family and social factors too, such as the increasing labor mobility, changing professions, the growth in female participation, etc.., which determine the difference in labor participation of population.

The questionnaire is divided into several sections. In particular, in addition to the first socio-demographic information, the first section covers the employment status during the interview’s week, dealing with questions about the type of work, hours worked, motivations about the unemployment status, the type of contract.

The second section – reserved for employed people – covers the main job, investigating in particular the position in the profession, the industry in which he works, the company he works for, working full-time or part-time and reasons for his selection, working hours, overtime hours, shift work, job transfer, salary, job satisfaction.

The third section – always reserved for employed people – concerns the secondary work (if any). It’s exclusively addressed to respondents who carry out another activity compared to the main one and only detects certain information such as: type of activity, type of contract, occupation, economic sector he works in.

The fourth section – for unemployed people – collects information about previous work experiences: last work, type of contract, occupation, economic sector, the reasons why it stopped working.

The fifth section deals with the job search. It investigates the reason for seeking a job, the actions put in place to look for it, the channels used to look for and the type of work sought.

The sixth section deals with employment and temp agencies and investigates their use by the respondents: number of contacts, reason for contact, services required.

The seventh section covers education and vocational education. It deals with the training courses respondents are attending.

The last section focuses on the auto-perception of their employment status, compared to the previous year.


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Topic Classification:

  • LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT - employment
  • LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT - in-job training
  • LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT - unemployment
  • LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT - working conditions
  • Nations: Italy

    Geographical Unit: region

    Analysis Unit: individual, family

    Universe: whole italian population

    Sample Procedure: 155.047 individuals and 65.214 families. Two-stage stratified random sample

    Weight: Weight used. Please read the documentation for any details

    Collection Mode: Computer-Assisted Telephone Interviewing (CATI), Computer-Assisted Personal Interviewing (CAPI)

    Collection Size: UniData supplies: 1 dataset in SPSS format; 1 questionnaire in PDF format (ita); 1 methodological notes in PDF format (ita); 1 codebook in PDF format (ita); 1 PDF file with UniData's archive notes (ita); 1 ZIP file including the documentation from the source (codes for ATECO2007, CP2011, sampling error estimations at the national, macro-regional and regional levels) (6 file)

    Documentation:

    Codebook (pdf):
    Methodological Notes (pdf):
    Data Archive Notes (pdf):
    Documentation (zip):
    DDI Documentation:
    DDI Documentation

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    Citation:
    ISTAT. (2013) Italian Labour Force Survey – January. UniData - Bicocca Data Archive, Milan. Study Number SN121. Data file version 2.0

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