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2003
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S3: Employment
Universe: ALL
Next, the interviewer asks questions to determine whether the DP was working, looking for a job, on layoff, retired, or disabled. The interviewer also asks if anyone in the household owns a business or a farm. These questions update previously collected CPS information and use the same wording as the CPS questions except that the CPS language ―last week‖ is changed to ―last seven days‖ in the ATUS.
A CPS variable called the Monthly Labor force Recode (MLR) is used to drive the skip patterns in this section. MLR indicates whether the respondent was reported to be employed in the final CPS interview. Its values are as follows:
1 Employed, at work
2 Employed, absent
3 Unemployed, on layoff
4 Unemployed, looking
5 Not in labor force, retired
6 Not in labor force, disabled
7 Not in labor force, other

RRP (See S2: Household Roster) is also used to constrain the universe for several variables. RRPs of 20 and 21 constrain the universe to persons with a spouse (20) or unmarried partner (21).

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2004
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S3: Employment
Universe: ALL
Next, the interviewer asks questions to determine whether the DP was working, looking for a job, on layoff, retired, or disabled. The interviewer also asks if anyone in the household owns a business or a farm. These questions update previously collected CPS information and use the same wording as the CPS questions except that the CPS language ―last week‖ is changed to ―last seven days‖ in the ATUS.
A CPS variable called the Monthly Labor force Recode (MLR) is used to drive the skip patterns in this section. MLR indicates whether the respondent was reported to be employed in the final CPS interview. Its values are as follows:
1 Employed, at work
2 Employed, absent
3 Unemployed, on layoff
4 Unemployed, looking
5 Not in labor force, retired
6 Not in labor force, disabled
7 Not in labor force, other

RRP (See S2: Household Roster) is also used to constrain the universe for several variables. RRPs of 20 and 21 constrain the universe to persons with a spouse (20) or unmarried partner (21).

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2005
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S3: Employment
Universe: ALL
Next, the interviewer asks questions to determine whether the DP was working, looking for a job, on layoff, retired, or disabled. The interviewer also asks if anyone in the household owns a business or a farm. These questions update previously collected CPS information and use the same wording as the CPS questions except that the CPS language ―last week‖ is changed to ―last seven days‖ in the ATUS.
A CPS variable called the Monthly Labor force Recode (MLR) is used to drive the skip patterns in this section. MLR indicates whether the respondent was reported to be employed in the final CPS interview. Its values are as follows:
1 Employed, at work
2 Employed, absent
3 Unemployed, on layoff
4 Unemployed, looking
5 Not in labor force, retired
6 Not in labor force, disabled
7 Not in labor force, other

RRP (See S2: Household Roster) is also used to constrain the universe for several variables. RRPs of 20 and 21 constrain the universe to persons with a spouse (20) or unmarried partner (21).

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2006
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S3: Employment
Universe: ALL
Next, the interviewer asks questions to determine whether the DP was working, looking for a job, on layoff, retired, or disabled. The interviewer also asks if anyone in the household owns a business or a farm. These questions update previously collected CPS information and use the same wording as the CPS questions except that the CPS language ―last week‖ is changed to ―last seven days‖ in the ATUS.
A CPS variable called the Monthly Labor force Recode (MLR) is used to drive the skip patterns in this section. MLR indicates whether the respondent was reported to be employed in the final CPS interview. Its values are as follows:
1 Employed, at work
2 Employed, absent
3 Unemployed, on layoff
4 Unemployed, looking
5 Not in labor force, retired
6 Not in labor force, disabled
7 Not in labor force, other

RRP (See S2: Household Roster) is also used to constrain the universe for several variables. RRPs of 20 and 21 constrain the universe to persons with a spouse (20) or unmarried partner (21).

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2007
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S3: Employment
Universe: ALL
Next, the interviewer asks questions to determine whether the DP was working, looking for a job, on layoff, retired, or disabled. The interviewer also asks if anyone in the household owns a business or a farm. These questions update previously collected CPS information and use the same wording as the CPS questions except that the CPS language ―last week‖ is changed to ―last seven days‖ in the ATUS.
A CPS variable called the Monthly Labor force Recode (MLR) is used to drive the skip patterns in this section. MLR indicates whether the respondent was reported to be employed in the final CPS interview. Its values are as follows:
1 Employed, at work
2 Employed, absent
3 Unemployed, on layoff
4 Unemployed, looking
5 Not in labor force, retired
6 Not in labor force, disabled
7 Not in labor force, other

RRP (See S2: Household Roster) is also used to constrain the universe for several variables. RRPs of 20 and 21 constrain the universe to persons with a spouse (20) or unmarried partner (21).

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2008
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S3: Employment
Universe: ALL
Next, the interviewer asks questions to determine whether the DP was working, looking for a job, on layoff, retired, or disabled. The interviewer also asks if anyone in the household owns a business or a farm. These questions update previously collected CPS information and use the same wording as the CPS questions except that the CPS language ―last week‖ is changed to ―last seven days‖ in the ATUS.
A CPS variable called the Monthly Labor force Recode (MLR) is used to drive the skip patterns in this section. MLR indicates whether the respondent was reported to be employed in the final CPS interview. Its values are as follows:
1 Employed, at work
2 Employed, absent
3 Unemployed, on layoff
4 Unemployed, looking
5 Not in labor force, retired
6 Not in labor force, disabled
7 Not in labor force, other

RRP (See S2: Household Roster) is also used to constrain the universe for several variables. RRPs of 20 and 21 constrain the universe to persons with a spouse (20) or unmarried partner (21).

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2009
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S3: Employment
Universe: ALL
Next, the interviewer asks questions to determine whether the DP was working, looking for a job, on layoff, retired, or disabled. The interviewer also asks if anyone in the household owns a business or a farm. These questions update previously collected CPS information and use the same wording as the CPS questions except that the CPS language ―last week‖ is changed to ―last seven days‖ in the ATUS.
A CPS variable called the Monthly Labor force Recode (MLR) is used to drive the skip patterns in this section. MLR indicates whether the respondent was reported to be employed in the final CPS interview. Its values are as follows:
1 Employed, at work
2 Employed, absent
3 Unemployed, on layoff
4 Unemployed, looking
5 Not in labor force, retired
6 Not in labor force, disabled
7 Not in labor force, other

RRP (See S2: Household Roster) is also used to constrain the universe for several variables. RRPs of 20 and 21 constrain the universe to persons with a spouse (20) or unmarried partner (21).

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2010
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S3: Employment
Universe: ALL
Next, the interviewer asks questions to determine whether the DP was working, looking for a job, on layoff, retired, or disabled. The interviewer also asks if anyone in the household owns a business or a farm. These questions update previously collected CPS information and use the same wording as the CPS questions except that the CPS language ―last week‖ is changed to ―last seven days‖ in the ATUS.
A CPS variable called the Monthly Labor force Recode (MLR) is used to drive the skip patterns in this section. MLR indicates whether the respondent was reported to be employed in the final CPS interview. Its values are as follows:
1 Employed, at work
2 Employed, absent
3 Unemployed, on layoff
4 Unemployed, looking
5 Not in labor force, retired
6 Not in labor force, disabled
7 Not in labor force, other

RRP (See S2: Household Roster) is also used to constrain the universe for several variables. RRPs of 20 and 21 constrain the universe to persons with a spouse (20) or unmarried partner (21).

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2011
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S3: Employment
Universe: ALL
Next, the interviewer asks questions to determine whether the DP was working, looking for a job, on layoff, retired, or disabled. The interviewer also asks if anyone in the household owns a business or a farm. These questions update previously collected CPS information and use the same wording as the CPS questions except that the CPS language "last week" is changed to "last seven days" in the ATUS.
A CPS variable called the Monthly Labor force Recode (MLR) is used to drive the skip patterns in this section. MLR indicates whether the respondent was reported to be employed in the final CPS interview. Its values are as follows:
1 Employed, at work
2 Employed, absent
3 Unemployed, on layoff
4 Unemployed, looking
5 Not in labor force, retired
6 Not in labor force, disabled
7 Not in labor force, other

RRP (See S2: Household Roster) is also used to constrain the universe for several variables.
RRPs of 20 and 21 constrain the universe to persons with a spouse (20) or unmarried partner (21).

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2012
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S3: Employment
Universe: ALL
Next, the interviewer asks questions to determine whether the DP was working, looking for a job, on layoff, retired, or disabled. The interviewer also asks if anyone in the household owns a business or a farm. These questions update previously collected CPS information and use the same wording as the CPS questions except that the CPS language "last week" is changed to "last seven days" in the ATUS.
A CPS variable called the Monthly Labor force Recode (MLR) is used to drive the skip patterns in this section. MLR indicates whether the respondent was reported to be employed in the final CPS interview. Its values are as follows:
1 Employed, at work
2 Employed, absent
3 Unemployed, on layoff
4 Unemployed, looking
5 Not in labor force, retired
6 Not in labor force, disabled
7 Not in labor force, other

RRP (See S2: Household Roster) is also used to constrain the universe for several variables.
RRPs of 20 and 21 constrain the universe to persons with a spouse (20) or unmarried partner (21).

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2013
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S3: Employment
Universe: ALL
Next, the interviewer asks questions to determine whether the DP was working, looking for a job, on layoff, retired, or disabled. The interviewer also asks if anyone in the household owns a business or a farm. These questions update previously collected CPS information and use the same wording as the CPS questions except that the CPS language "last week" is changed to "last seven days" in the ATUS.
A CPS variable called the Monthly Labor force Recode (MLR) is used to drive the skip patterns in this section. MLR indicates whether the respondent was reported to be employed in the final CPS interview. Its values are as follows:
1 Employed, at work
2 Employed, absent
3 Unemployed, on layoff
4 Unemployed, looking
5 Not in labor force, retired
6 Not in labor force, disabled
7 Not in labor force, other

RRP (See S2: Household Roster) is also used to constrain the universe for several variables.
RRPs of 20 and 21 constrain the universe to persons with a spouse (20) or unmarried partner (21).

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2014
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S7 (b): Labor Force Status: Employed

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2015
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S3: Employment
Universe: ALL
Next, the interviewer asks questions to determine whether the DP was working, looking for a job, on layoff, retired, or disabled. The interviewer also asks if anyone in the household owns a business or a farm. These questions update previously collected CPS information and use the same wording as the CPS questions except that the CPS language "last week" is changed to "last seven days" in the ATUS.
A CPS variable called the Monthly Labor force Recode (MLR) is used to drive the skip patterns in this section. MLR indicates whether the respondent was reported to be employed in the final CPS interview. Its values are as follows:
1 Employed, at work
2 Employed, absent
3 Unemployed, on layoff
4 Unemployed, looking
5 Not in labor force, retired
6 Not in labor force, disabled
7 Not in labor force, other

RRP (See S2: Household Roster) is also used to constrain the universe for several variables.
RRPs of 20 and 21 constrain the universe to persons with a spouse (20) or unmarried partner (21).

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2016

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2017

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2018

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.