|ATUS - Sample Documentation|
|Sample||Sample Size||User Guide||ATUS Questionnaires||Module Data||Module Questionnaires||Module Data Dictionary|
|2017||10,223||User Guide (2003+)||Questionnaire 2011+||--||Leave and Job Flexibilities, 2017-2018||--|
|2016||10,493||Eating and Health||Eating and Health, 2014-2016||Eating and Health, 2014-2016|
|2013||11,385||Well-Being||Well-Being, 2012-2013||Well-Being, 2012-2013|
|2011||12,479||Leave||Leave, 2011||Leave, 2011|
|2010||13,260||Questionnaire 2003-2010||Well-Being||Well-Being, 2010||Well-Being, 2010|
|2008||12,723||Eating and Health||Eating and Health, 2006-2008||User's Guide 2006-2008|
ATUS Guide and Questionnaires:
The ATUS User's Guide and Questionnaire, compiled by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, provides detailed information about these data. It contains information on the study design, data collection and processing, and use of the ATUS data.
Eating and Health Module Documentation
The Eating and Health Module was conducted from 2006-2008 and from 2014-2016 as a special module to the ATUS. It was developed and supported by the Economic Research Service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the National Institutes of Health's National Cancer Institute.
- Eating and Health Module Questionnaire 2014-2016
- Eating and Health Module Questionnaire 2006-2008
- User's Guide 2014-2016
- User's Guide 2006-2008
Well-being Module Documentation
The Well-Being Module was conducted in 2010, 2012, and 2013 as a special module to the ATUS. It was supported by the National Institutes of Aging.
Leave Module Documentation
The Leave Module was conducted in 2011 as a special module to the ATUS. It was sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor Women's Bureau.
Leave and Job Flexibilities Module Documentation
The Leave and Job Flexibilities Module was conducted in 2017 and 2018 as a special module to the ATUS. It was sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor Women's Bureau.
User Note: Variable names in the questionnaires do not match those in either the original ATUS data available from the Bureau of Labor Statistics or the ATUS-X data which is integrated so that codes are consistent over time.