This easy-to-use “Build your own LFS ” tool generates a CAPI application for CSPro which can be deployed for use on android devices.

1. Which of the following best describe the labour market in your country

SELECT ALL THAT APPLY

2. Additional topics are also available

Please select those you wish to include in your questionnaire.

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HOUSEHOLD ROSTER
Provides a roster to identify all members of the household (customizable to fit the national context), assigns them a unique identifier, and captures essential demographic and social characteristics. This includes: relationship to the reference person, sex, date of birth, age, marital status, highest level of education completed, field of education, current school enrolment and participation in training outside the formal education system.
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HOUSEHOLD LIVELIHOOD SOURCES
Covers basic information on sources of household livelihood. It identifies all sources of household livelihood in the 12 months preceding the interview date, and the main source as self-declared. It distinguishes between income from employment and other sources of household income, including remittances, transfers, and own-use production of foodstuff.
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RESPONDENT STATUS
Start of the personal interview on work-related characteristics. Facilitates identification of working-age respondents for the personal interview (customizable to fit the national context) and records essential information for field monitoring and data quality evaluation, in particular: the type of respondent (direct or proxy) answering to the questions on labour market characteristics, the characteristics of proxy respondents, and the start time of the personal interview.
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EMPLOYED IDENTIFICATION
Identifies persons employed at work and persons employed not at work in the short reference period. It includes recovery questions for persons employed in small or casual jobs, and for persons helping without pay in a family-run business. For employed persons not at work, it captures the reason for absence, duration of absence and continued receipt of pay during the absence.
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MAIN JOB [CORE]

Core


Identifies multiple job-holders and captures core characteristics of the current main job as needed to describe the structure of the labour market and the employed population. This includes occupation, status in employment as self-declared, institutional sector of employment, branch of economic activity (industry), size of establishment, type of work place, and basic contract characteristics of employees including type and duration of contract.
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SECOND JOB
Captures three essential characteristics of second jobs: occupation, industry and status in employment as self-declared.
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WORKING TIME [CORE]
Captures two essential measures of working time separately for the main, second and other jobs: actual hours worked in the reference week and hours usually worked per week. In addition, it captures job search among the employed, and identifies persons in time-related underemployment, by including questions on desire and availability to work more hours, and number of additional hours available to work.
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JOB SEARCH
Identifies the unemployed and potential labour force through questions on job search in the 4 weeks before the interview date, main method of job search, additional job search method for those reporting a passive method, desire to work, and availability to start employment in the week previous to the interview date or in the two weeks after. It also captures duration of job search to identify persons in long-term unemployment, as well as job search in the past 12 months for those not currently seeking employment. It enables identification of future starters and discouraged job seekers, and captures the main reason for not seeking employment and current main activity for those outside the labour force.

- Required
- Optional


Download Model LFS in CSPro