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B11 MOTHER SETTING FOR LONGEST JOB AS A TEEN

In your longest job as a teenager, did you work:

Taken from: Youth Development Study, 1988-2004 [St. Paul, Minnesota] - Wave 4 (1991): Parent Survey.

B12 MOTHER: GAVE EARNINGS TO PARENTS

As a teenage worker, did you ever give all or part of your earnings to your parents?

Taken from: Youth Development Study, 1988-2004 [St. Paul, Minnesota] - Wave 4 (1991): Parent Survey.

B13 MOTHER: TEENAGE EMPLOYMENT WAS BENEFICIAL TO YOU

In general, taking into account all your jobs, do you think that the work you did as a teenager was beneficial for you?

Taken from: Youth Development Study, 1988-2004 [St. Paul, Minnesota] - Wave 4 (1991): Parent Survey.

B14 MOTHER: TEENAGE EMPLOYMENT CAUSED PROBLEMS

In general, do you think that working as a teenager caused any problems or difficulties for you?

Taken from: Youth Development Study, 1988-2004 [St. Paul, Minnesota] - Wave 4 (1991): Parent Survey.

B15 MOTHER: PARENT'S APPROVED OF EMPLOYMENT DURING SCHOOL

How did your parent(s) feel about your working when school was in session? My parent(s):

Taken from: Youth Development Study, 1988-2004 [St. Paul, Minnesota] - Wave 4 (1991): Parent Survey.

B18A MOTHER: CHORE HOURS/WEEK AS A CHILD - HI

When you were the same age as your child is now, about how many hours a week did you spend doing household chores? ____ hours per week

Taken from: Youth Development Study, 1988-2004 [St. Paul, Minnesota] - Wave 4 (1991): Parent Survey.

B18B MOTHER: CHORE HOURS/WEEK AS A CHILD - LO

When you were the same age as your child is now, about how many hours a week did you spend doing household chores? ____ hours per week

Taken from: Youth Development Study, 1988-2004 [St. Paul, Minnesota] - Wave 4 (1991): Parent Survey.

B19 MOTHER'S DOMESTIC RESPONSIBILITY COMPARED TO CHILD'S

In general, how did your responsibilities in your home compare to what your child does now?

Taken from: Youth Development Study, 1988-2004 [St. Paul, Minnesota] - Wave 4 (1991): Parent Survey.

B20A1 1988: MOTHER EMPLOYED FULL-TIME

We are interested in your employment situation during the past four years, starting in January 1988 when your child was in the ninth grade. Circle all numbers that apply for each year. For example, In 1988, during the first year of this study, if ... (view details)

Taken from: Youth Development Study, 1988-2004 [St. Paul, Minnesota] - Wave 4 (1991): Parent Survey.

B20A2 1988: MOTHER EMPLOYED PART-TIME

1988 - Employed part-time (under 35 hours)

Taken from: Youth Development Study, 1988-2004 [St. Paul, Minnesota] - Wave 4 (1991): Parent Survey.

B20A3 1988: MOTHER WAS UNEMPLOYED

1988 - Unemployed and looking for work

Taken from: Youth Development Study, 1988-2004 [St. Paul, Minnesota] - Wave 4 (1991): Parent Survey.

B20A4 1988: MOTHER WAS HOMEMAKER

1988 - Not Employed (for example, homemaker, not seeking work)

Taken from: Youth Development Study, 1988-2004 [St. Paul, Minnesota] - Wave 4 (1991): Parent Survey.

B20B1 1989: MOTHER EMPLOYED FULL-TIME

1989 - Employed full-time (35 hours or more)

Taken from: Youth Development Study, 1988-2004 [St. Paul, Minnesota] - Wave 4 (1991): Parent Survey.

B20B2 1989: MOTHER EMPLOYED PART-TIME

1989 - Employed part-time (under 35 hours)

Taken from: Youth Development Study, 1988-2004 [St. Paul, Minnesota] - Wave 4 (1991): Parent Survey.

B20B3 1989: MOTHER WAS UNEMPLOYED

1989 - Unemployed and looking for work

Taken from: Youth Development Study, 1988-2004 [St. Paul, Minnesota] - Wave 4 (1991): Parent Survey.

B20B4 1989: MOTHER WAS HOMEMAKER

1989 - Not Employed (for example, homemaker, not seeking work)

Taken from: Youth Development Study, 1988-2004 [St. Paul, Minnesota] - Wave 4 (1991): Parent Survey.

B20C1 1990: MOTHER EMPLOYED FULL-TIME

1990 - Employed full-time (35 hours or more)

Taken from: Youth Development Study, 1988-2004 [St. Paul, Minnesota] - Wave 4 (1991): Parent Survey.

B20C2 1990: MOTHER EMPLOYED PART-TIME

1990 - Employed part-time (under 35 hours)

Taken from: Youth Development Study, 1988-2004 [St. Paul, Minnesota] - Wave 4 (1991): Parent Survey.

B20C3 1990: MOTHER WAS UNEMPLOYED

1990 - Unemployed and looking for work

Taken from: Youth Development Study, 1988-2004 [St. Paul, Minnesota] - Wave 4 (1991): Parent Survey.

B20C4 1990: MOTHER WAS HOMEMAKER

1990 - Not Employed (for example, homemaker, not seeking work)

Taken from: Youth Development Study, 1988-2004 [St. Paul, Minnesota] - Wave 4 (1991): Parent Survey.

B20D1 1991: MOTHER EMPLOYED FULL-TIME

1991 - Employed full-time (35 hours or more)

Taken from: Youth Development Study, 1988-2004 [St. Paul, Minnesota] - Wave 4 (1991): Parent Survey.

B20D2 1991: MOTHER EMPLOYED PART-TIME

1991 - Employed part-time (under 35 hours)

Taken from: Youth Development Study, 1988-2004 [St. Paul, Minnesota] - Wave 4 (1991): Parent Survey.

B20D3 1991: MOTHER WAS UNEMPLOYED

1991 - Unemployed and looking for work

Taken from: Youth Development Study, 1988-2004 [St. Paul, Minnesota] - Wave 4 (1991): Parent Survey.

B20D4 1991: MOTHER WAS HOMEMAKER

1991 - Not Employed (for example, homemaker, not seeking work)

Taken from: Youth Development Study, 1988-2004 [St. Paul, Minnesota] - Wave 4 (1991): Parent Survey.

C MOTHER'S CURRENT EMPLOYMENT STATUS

Are you currently employed?

Taken from: Youth Development Study, 1988-2004 [St. Paul, Minnesota] - Wave 4 (1991): Parent Survey.

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