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Name
Label/Question
1.

Sequential Record Identifier

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

2.

ATUS Case ID [14-digit identifier]

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

3.

ATUS person line number

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

4.

Year of diary day [year of day about which respondent was interviewed]

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

5.

Month of diary day [month of day about which ATUS respondent was interviewed]

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

6.

Edited: what was the main reason you were absent from your job last week?

What was the main reason you were absent from work during the last seven days?

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

7.

Edited: total weekly overtime earnings [2 implied decimals]

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

8.

[2 implied decimals] Edited (universe TEERNPER=1): excluding overtime pay, tips, and commissions, what is your hourly rate

Excluding overtime pay, tips, and commissions, what is your hourly rate of pay on your main job?

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

9.

[2 implied decimals] Edited (universe TEERNRT=1): excluding overtime pay, tips, and commissions, what is your hourly rate

Excluding overtime pay, tips, and commissions, what is your hourly rate of pay on your main job?

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

10.

Edited: how many hours do you usually work per week at this rate?

How many hours do you usually work per week at this rate?

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

11.

Edited: hourly/non-hourly status

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

12.

Edited: for your main job, what is the easiest way for you to report your total earnings before taxes or other deductions: hourl

For your main job, what is the easiest way for you to report your total earnings before taxes or other deductions: hourly, weekly, annually, or on some other basis? ... (view details)

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

13.

Edited: even though you told me it is easier to report your earnings another way, are you paid at an hourly rate on this job?

Even though you told me it is easier to report your earnings another way, are you paid at an hourly rate on this job?

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

14.

Edited: do you usually receive overtime pay, tips, or commissions at your main job?

Do you usually receive overtime pay, tips, or commissions at your main job?

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

15.

Edited: how many weeks a year do you get paid?

How many weeks a year do you get paid?

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

16.

Edited: do you usually work more than 35 hours per week at your job(s)/family business?

Do you usually work more than 35 hours per week at your job(s)/family business?

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

17.

Edited: (main job) how many hours per week do you usually work at your main job?

How many hours per week do you usually work at your main job?

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

18.

Edited: (other job) how many hours per week do you usually work at your other job[s]?

How many hours per week do you usually work at your other job(s)?

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

19.

Edited: individual class of worker code [main job]

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

20.

Edited: industry code [main job]

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

21.

Edited: occupation code [main job]

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

22.

Edited: could you have returned to work in the last seven days if you had been recalled?

Could you have returned to work in the last seven days if you had been recalled?

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

23.

Edited: even though you expect to be called back to work, have you been looking for work during the last four weeks?

Even though you expect to be called back to work, have you been looking for work during the last four weeks?

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

24.

Edited: could you have started a job in the last seven days if one had been offered?

Could you have started a job in the last seven days, if one had been offered?

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

25.

Edited: what are all of the things you have done to find work during the last 4 weeks? [first method]

What are all of the things you have done to find work during the last 4 weeks?

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

26.

Edited: do you currently want a job, either full or part-time?

Do you currently want a job, either full or part-time?

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

27.

Edited: are you enrolled as a full-time or part-time student?

Are you enrolled as a full-time or part-time student?

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

28.

Edited: usual hours of work of spouse or unmarried partner

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

29.

Detailed industry recode [main job]

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

30.

Detailed occupation recode [main job]

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

31.

Hourly earnings [2 implied decimals]

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

32.

Earnings update flag

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

33.

TRERNHLY: allocation flag

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

34.

Presence of household children < 18

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

35.

Intermediate industry recode [main job]

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

36.

Major industry recode [main job]

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

37.

Major occupation recode [main job]

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

38.

Major occupation category [main job]

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

39.

Presence of own non-household child < 18

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

40.

Number of people living in respondent's household

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

41.

Presence of own household children < 18

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

42.

Total time respondent spent alone

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

43.

(household and own non-household children < 13) Total time spent during diary day providing secondary childcare for household and own

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

44.

Total time respondent spent with customers, clients, and coworkers

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

45.

(all children < 13) Total time spent during diary day providing secondary childcare for all children < 13

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

46.

Total time respondent spent with household or non-household children < 18

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

47.

(non-own, non-household children < 13) Total time spent during diary day providing secondary childcare for own

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

48.

Total time respondent spent with family members

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

49.

Total time respondent spent with friends

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

50.

(household children < 13) Total time spent during diary day providing secondary childcare for household children < 13

Taken from: American Time Use Survey, 2005 - Respondent and Activity Summary File.

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