PRPTREA: Detailed reason for part time work

Detailed reason for part time work [Edited Universe: PEMLR = 1 and (PEHRUSLT = 0 - 34 or PEHRACTT = 1 - 34)]

ValueLabelUnweighted
Frequency
%
-3 Refused 00.0%
-2 Don't Know 00.0%
-1 Blank 60,89388.4%
1 Usually full time - slack work-business conditions 5590.8%
2 Usually full time - seasonal work 190.0%
3 Usually full time - job started-ended during week 210.0%
4 Usually full time - vacation-personal day 7301.1%
5 Usually full time - own illness-injury-medical appointment 4040.6%
6 Usually full time - holiday (religious or legal) 4140.6%
7 Usually full time - childcare problems 80.0%
8 Usually full time - other family-personal obligation 1430.2%
9 Usually full time - labor dispute 00.0%
10 Usually full time - weather affected job 1000.1%
11 Usually full time - school-training 180.0%
12 Usually full time - civic-military duty 60.0%
13 Usually full time - other reason 950.1%
14 Usually part time - slack work-business conditions 8781.3%
15 Usually part time - could only find part time work 3950.6%
16 Usually part time - seasonal work 160.0%
17 Usually part time - childcare problems 1910.3%
18 Usually part time - other family-personal obligation 1,1201.6%
19 Usually part time - health-medical limitations 1560.2%
20 Usually part time - school-training 1,3612.0%
21 Usually part time - retired-Social Security limit on earnings 3550.5%
22 Usually part time - work week less than 35 hours 7571.1%
23 Usually part time - other reason 2070.3%
Total 68,846 100%

Based upon 68,846 valid cases out of 68,846 total cases.

Summary Statistics

  • mean: 0.75
  • median: -1.00
  • mode: -1.00
  • minimum: -1
  • maximum: 23
  • standard deviation: 5.41

Location: 1493-1500 (width: 8; decimal: 0)

Variable Type: numeric

Notes

Source: This variable was taken from: American Time Use Survey (ATUS), 2009.

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Disclaimer: The frequencies for this variable may not be weighted. They are purely descriptive and may not be representative of the study population. Please use with caution and consult the study documentation.

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