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Quarterly Labour Force Survey Household Dataset, September - November 1999 Variables

methmp01 — Meth.of looking for work as employee 1

Value Label Count Percentage Filename: sn99sphp
-9.00 Does not apply 136633 n/a%  n/a%
-8.00 No answer 0 n/a%  n/a%
1.00 Visit a Jobcentre 3504 45%  45%
2.00 Visit a Careers Office 128 1%  1%
3.00 Visit a Jobclub 23 0%  0%
4.00 On books of private employment agency 795 10%  10%
5.00 Advertise in newspapers or journals 29 0%  0%
6.00 Answer ads in newspapers and journals 1378 17%  17%
7.00 Study sits vac in newspapers or journals 1197 15%  15%
8.00 Apply directly to employers 358 4%  4%
9.00 Ask friends, relatives, colleagues, TUs 156 2%  2%
10.00 Wait for results of application for job 47 0%  0%
14.00 Do anything else to find work 108 1%  1%
144356 cases , missing values -8, -9 .

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Question

In the FOUR weeks ending Sunday the [date], did you do any of these things... visit a Jobcentre/Jobmarket or Training and Employment Agency Office; visit a Careers Office; visit a Jobclub; have your name on the books of a private employment agency; advertise for jobs in newspapers, journals or on the internet; answer advertisements in newspapers, journals or on the internet; study situations vacant columns in newspapers, journals or on the internet; apply directly to employers; ask friends, relatives, colleagues or trade unions about jobs; wait for the results of an application for a job; do anything else to find work? Response 1

Universe

Applies if respondent is seeking work

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