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1.

ICPSR STUDY NUMBER-7683

ICPSR STUDY NUMBER-7683

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

2.

ICPSR EDITION NUMBER-2

ICPSR EDITION NUMBER

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

3.

ICPSR PART NUMBER-001

ICPSR PART NUMBER

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

4.

CASE ID NUMBER

CASE ID NUMBER

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

5.

SEGMENT NUMBER #10

SEGMENT NUMBER #10

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

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SAMPLE PERSON'S EMPLOYMENT STATUS RECODE

SAMPLE PERSON'S EMPLOYMENT STATUS RECODE (ESR)

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

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SPOUSE'S EMPLOYMENT STATUS RECODE

--IF CODED 1 OR 2 AT REF 17-- SPOUSE'S EMPLOYMENT STATUS RECODE (ESR)

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

8.

URBANIZED AREA CODE

URBANIZED AREA CODE

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

9.

SMSA CODE

SMSA CODE

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

10.

METHOD OF LOCATING R - NEW OCCUPANTS

METHOD OF LOCATING RESPONDENT WHO HAS MOVED - NEW OCCUPANTS

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

11.

METHOD OF LOCATING R - NEIGHBORS

METHOD OF LOCATING RESPONDENT WHO HAS MOVED - NEIGHBORS

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

12.

METHOD OF LOCATING R - APARTMENT MANAGER

METHOD OF LOCATING RESPONDENT WHO HAS MOVED - APARTMENT MANAGER

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

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METHOD OF LOCATING R - POST OFFICE

METHOD OF LOCATING RESPONDENT WHO HAS MOVED - POST OFFICE

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

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METHOD OF LOCATING R - PERSONS LISTED ON RECORD CARD

METHOD OF LOCATING RESPONDENT WHO HAS MOVED - PERSONS LISTED ON RECORD CARD

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

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METHOD OF LOCATING R - TELEPHONE COMPANY

METHOD OF LOCATING RESPONDENT WHO HAS MOVED - "INFORMATION" AT TELEPHONE COMPANY

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

16.

METHOD OF LOCATING R - OTHER

METHOD OF LOCATING RESPONDENT WHO HAS MOVED - OTHER (SPECIFY)

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

17.

MARITAL STATUS

MARITAL STATUS

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

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SAMPLE PERSON'S EDUCATION

SAMPLE PERSON'S EDUCATION

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

19.

SAMPLE PERSON'S COMPLETED GRADE

SAMPLE PERSON COMPLETED GRADE

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

20.

SPOUSE'S EDUCATION

--IF CODED 1 OR 2 AT REF 17-- SPOUSE'S EDUCATION

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

21.

SPOUSE'S COMPLETED GRADE

--IF CODED 1 OR 2 AT REF 17-- SPOUSE'S COMPLETED GRADE

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

22.

LAND USAGE

LAND USAGE

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

23.

SAMPLE PERSON'S AGE

SAMPLE PERSON'S AGE

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

24.

SPOUSE'S AGE

--IF CODED 1 OR 2 AT REF 17-- SPOUSE'S AGE

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

25.

RACE

RACE

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

26.

SEX

SEX

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

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SAMPLE PERSON'S RELATIONSHIP TO HEAD

SAMPLE PERSON'S RELATIONSHIP TO HEAD OF HOUSEHOLD

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

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HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION

HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

29.

GENERAL COMPOSITION OF FAMILY

GENERAL COMPOSITION OF FAMILY

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

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NUMBER OF PERSONS IN HOUSEHOLD

NUMBER OF PERSONS IN HOUSEHOLD

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

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PRESENCE OF CHILDREN IN HOUSEHOLD

PRESENCE OF CHILDREN IN HOUSEHOLD

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

32.

PRESENCE OF PARENTS IN HOUSEHOLD

PRESENCE OF PARENTS IN HOUSEHOLD

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

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NUMBER OF CHILDREN ATTENDING SCHOOL

--IF CODED 1-3 OR 9 AT REF 31-- NUMBER OF CHILDREN ATTENDING SCHOOL

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

34.

LAST PAGE CONTAINING DATA ON PARTIAL INTERVIEW

LAST PAGE CONTAINING DATA ON PARTIAL INTERVIEW

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

35.

WEIGHT

WEIGHT

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

36.

SEGMENT NUMBER #20

SEGMENT NUMBER #20

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

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WHAT WERE YOU DOING MOST OF LAST WEEK

WHAT WERE YOU DOING MOST OF LAST WEEK - WORKING, LOOKING FOR WORK, OR SOMETHING ELSE?

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

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DID YOU WORK AT ALL LAST WEEK

--IF CODED 2-5,7 AT Q.1-- DID YOU DO ANY WORK AT ALL LAST WEEK, NOT COUNTING WORK AROUND THE HOUSE? (IF FARM OR BUSINESS OPERATOR IN HOUSEHOLD, ASK ABOUT UNPAID WORK.) ... (view details)

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

39.

NUMBER HOURS WORKED LAST WEEK, ALL JOBS

--IF CODED 1 OR 0 AT Q.1 OR CODED 1 OR 9 AT Q.2A-- HOW MANY HOURS DID YOU WORK LAST WEEK AT ALL JOBS?

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

40.

CHECK ITEM A - HOURS R WORKED

--IF CODED 1 OR 0 AT Q.1 OR CODED 1 OR 9 AT Q.2A-- CHECK ITEM A: NUMBER OF HOURS RESPONDENT WORKED

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

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USUALLY WORK 35 HOURS OR MORE THIS JOB

--IF CODED 1 AT CHECK ITEM A-- DO YOU USUALLY WORK 35 HOURS OR MORE A WEEK AT THIS JOB?

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

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REASON NOT WORK 35 HOURS

--IF CODED 1,2 OR 9 AT Q.2C(1)-- IF 1 AT Q.2C(1) - WHAT IS THE REASON YOU WORKED LESS THAN 35 HOURS LAST WEEK? IF 2 AT Q.2C(1) - WHAT IS THE REASON YOU USUALLY WORK LESS THAN 35 HOURS A WEEK? (MARK THE APPROPRIATE REASON.) ... (view details)

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

43.

DID YOU TAKE TIME OFF LAST WEEK

--IF CODED 2 AT CHECK ITEM A-- DID YOU LOSE ANY TIME OR TAKE ANY TIME OFF LAST WEEK FOR ANY REASON SUCH AS ILLNESS, HOLIDAY, OR SLACK WORK? (YES OR NO) ... (view details)

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

44.

NUMBER OF HOURS TAKEN OFF WORK LAST WEEK

--IF CODED 1 AT Q.2D(1)-- DID YOU LOSE ANY TIME OR TAKE ANY TIME OFF LAST WEEK FOR ANY REASON SUCH AS ILLNESS, HOLIDAY, OR SLACK WORK? (HOW MANY HOURS?) ... (view details)

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

45.

DID YOU WORK OVERTIME LAST WEEK

--IF CODED 2,3 OR 9 AT CHECK ITEM A-- DID YOU WORK ANY OVERTIME OR AT MORE THAN ONE JOB LAST WEEK?

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

46.

NUMBER HOURS OVERTIME LAST WEEK

--IF CODED 1 AT Q.2E(1)-- DID YOU WORK ANY OVERTIME OR AT MORE THAN ONE JOB LAST WEEK? (HOW MANY HOURS?)

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

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LOOKING FOR ANOTHER JOB DURING PAST 4 WEEKS

--IF CODED 3-9 OR 17 AT Q.2C(2)-- HAVE YOU BEEN LOOKING FOR ANOTHER JOB DURING THE PAST 4 WEEKS?

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

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NUMBER WEEKS LOOKING FOR ANOTHER JOB

--IF CODED 1 AT Q.2F-- HOW MANY WEEKS HAVE YOU BEEN LOOKING FOR ANOTHER JOB?

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

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LOOKING FOR FULL-TIME OR PART-TIME JOB

--IF CODED 1 AT Q.2F-- HAVE YOU BEEN LOOKING FOR A FULL-TIME OR PART-TIME JOB?

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

50.

WHY WANT PART-TIME JOB

--IF CODED 2 AT Q.2H-- WHY ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A PART-TIME JOB?

Taken from: Retirement History Longitudinal Survey, 1969.

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