National Longitudinal Survey of Older and Young Men

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Ohio State University. Center for Human Resource Research

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The National Longitudinal Survey of Older and Young Men, a two-cohort survey, is part of the NLS Original Cohort project. The Older Men's cohort includes 5,020 men ages 45-59 in 1966, with data available through the 1990 survey year, the final year the Older Men were interviewed. The Young Men's cohort includes 5,225 men who were ages 14-24 when first interviewed in 1966, with data available through 1981, when active surveying was discontinued.

These data are not available from ICPSR. Users should consult the data owners directly for details on obtaining the data and documentation.