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NCVER Longitudinal Surveys of Australian Youth (LSAY) 1998 cohort: User guide Data elements C — Employment Technical report 53C NATIONAL CENTRE FOR VOCATIONAL EDUCATION RESEARCH This technical paper contains information about the variables in the LSAY Y98 cohort data set. It groups each variable into data elements which identifies common variables within and across waves. Information is provided about each data element including its purpose, values, base populations and relevant notes. © Commonwealth of Australia, 2011 This work has been produced by the National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER) on behalf of the Australian Government and state and territory governments with funding provided through the Australian Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations. Apart from any use permitted under TECHNICAL PAPER

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LSAY 1995 cohort user guide: DE C

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Longitudinal Surveys of Australian

Youth (LSAY)

1998 cohort: User guide

Data elements C Employment

Technical report 53C

National Centre for Vocational Education Research

This technical paper contains information about the variables in the LSAY Y98 cohort data set. It groups each variable into data elements which identifies common variables within and across waves. Information is provided about each data elementincluding its purpose, values, base populations and relevant notes.

Commonwealth of Australia, 2011

This work has been produced by the National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER) on behalf of the Australian Government and state and territory governments with funding provided through the Australian Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations. Apart from any use permitted under the Copyright Act 1968, no part of this publication may be reproduced by any process without written permission of the Commonwealth. Requests and inquiries concerning reproduction and rights should be addressed to the Commonwealth Copyright Administration, Attorney-Generals Department, Robert Garran Offices, National Circuit, Barton ACT 2600 or posted at .

The views and opinions expressed in this document are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Australian Government or state and territory governments.

Date created: October 2009

Last updated: April 2011

Version: Version 2.1

TD/TNC: 97.17

User guide updates

Date

Version

Update

April 2011

2.1

Minor changes made to derived variable labels and formats

December 2010

2.0

Updated for latest data release (wave 12, 2009)

October 2009

1.0

Original version of User guide

Contents

Current: Employment characteristics9

Work in job/business/farm9

Still have job (reported at last interview)11

Kind of work (ASCO)13

Kind of work (ANZSCO)15

Kind of work: Verbatim16

Job duties17

Away from job18

School holiday job20

More than one job21

Number of other jobs had23

Wages/salary/self employed25

Employers main kind of business (ANZSIC)28

Change of work conditions: Pay30

Change of work conditions: Skills32

Change of work conditions: Responsibility34

Change of work conditions: Promotion36

Current: Time worked38

Full-time or part-time job38

Hours worked per week (while at school)39

Hours worked per week (present job)40

Hours worked per week (main job if more than one)41

Hours worked per week (all jobs if more than one)42

Hours worked per week (job reported at last interview)43

Months worked44

Months worked (full-time)46

Months worked (part-time)47

No full-time work since last interview48

No part-time work since last interview49

Number of weeks worked50

Current: Wages and benefits51

Average weekly earnings51

Take-home pay52

Frequency of pay53

Annual salary55

Gross pay56

Hourly rate57

Annual/sick leave58

Current: Starting work61

Month began job61

Year began job65

How found job67

Current: Leaving work70

Main reason left job70

Month left/finished job76

Year left/finished job82

Current: Looking for work86

Prefer full-time or part-time work86

Looking for full-time work88

Looking for work90

Looking for work additional or to change jobs92

Current: Working in a job while at school94

Teaches about people94

Teaches about organising time95

Teaches about think for self96

Teaches about job skills97

Teaches about your future career98

Current: Working in a job post-school99

Still have job99

Full-time job (since leaving school)100

Full-time job (since stopping study)101

Time taken to find full-time job102

Current: Job training104

Classroom-based training104

Hours of classroom-based training106

Training outside workplace107

Hours training outside workplace108

On-the-job training109

On-the-job training provided by trainer110

Training: Self-taught skills111

Training: Added new skills112

Training: Added to current skills113

Training: Use new equipment114

Training: Change in kind of work115

Training: Helped get promotion or pay rise116

Training: Could help to get promotion or pay rise117

Training: More responsibility119

Training: Different type of job121

Suitable amount of training received123

Use of training125

Current: Job satisfaction127

Like job as career127

Job satisfaction: Kind of work129

Job satisfaction: Immediate boss/supervisor132

Job satisfaction: Other people134

Job satisfaction: Pay136

Job satisfaction: Opportunities for training138

Job satisfaction: Tasks assigned140

Job satisfaction: Recognition142

Job satisfaction: Opportunities for promotion144

Current: Economic Climate146

Hours worked146

Type of work147

Changing of jobs148

Study undertaken149

Study plans150

Current: Aspirations151

Wages151

Frequency of pay152

Would move to improve job opportunities153

Main reason would not move for job opportunities154

Job history and training: Employment characteristics155

Work in job/business/farm (at last interview)155

Re-definition of second job as main job156

Kind of work: Other/second job (ASCO)157

Kind of work: Other/second job (ANZSCO)158

Kind of work: Other/third job (ASCO)159

Kind of work: Other/third job (ANZSCO)160

Employers main kind of business: Other/second job (ANZSIC)161

Employers main kind of business: Other/third job (ANZSIC)162

Wages/salary/self-employed: Other/second job163

Wages/salary/self-employed: Other/third job165

Job history and training: Time worked167

Hours worked per week: Other/second job167

Hours worked per week: Other/third job168

Job history and training: Wages169

Gross weekly pay: Other/second job169

Gross weekly pay: Other/third job171

Average weekly earnings: Other/second job172

Average weekly earnings: Other/third job173

Hourly rate: Other/second job174

Hourly rate: Other/third job175

Annual salary: Other/second job176

Annual salary: Other/third job177

Job history and training: Job training178

Classroom-based training178

Training outside workplace180

Hours of classroom-based training182

Hours of training outside workplace183

On-the-job training184

On-the-job training provided by trainer186

Training: Self-taught skills187

Training: Added new skills188

Training: Added to current skills189

Training: Use new equipment190

Training: Change in kind of work191

Training: Helped get promotion or pay rise192

Training: More responsibility193

Training: Different type of job195

Suitable amount of training received197

Importance of job skills: Communication199

Importance of job skills: Teamwork200

Importance of job skills: Problem-solving201

Importance of job skills: Initiative and creativity202

Importance of job skills: Planning and organisation203

Importance of job skills: Self-management204

Importance of job skills: Learning skills205

Importance of job skills: Using technology206

Needs met by university studies: Communication207

Needs met by university studies: Teamwork208

Needs met by university studies: Problem solving209

Needs met by university studies: Initiative and creativity210

Needs met by university studies: Planning and organisation211

Needs met by university studies: Self-management212

Needs met by university studies: Learning skills213

Needs met by university studies: Using technology214

Seeking employment: Looking for work215

Looking for work (in the last 4 weeks)215

Looking for full-time or part-time work217

Prefer full-time work219

Available for work last week221

Seeking employment: Job search activity223

Looked for work223

Number of weeks looking for work225

Months looking for work226

Registered with Centrelink228

Checked Centrelink touchscreens230

Checked/registered with a Job Network member232

Checked with another employment agency234

Looked at advertisements in newspaper/on the internet236

Answered advertisements in newspapers/on the internet237

Contacted friends or relatives239

Written/phoned/approached an employer about a job241

Checked factory/workplace noticeboards243

Posted resume on the internet/checked for replies245

Asked school or another organisation for advice247

Any other job search activity249

Other recent job search activity251

Seeking employment: Problems looking for work252

Health problems or some disability252

Employers think you are too young254

Problems with childcare256

Dont have suitable transport258

Not enough of the right kind of education260

Dont have enoug