[Questions 4-28 were asked only of residents present at the time of the census.]
[Questions 18-28 were asked of individuals of age 12+]
[Questions 21-24 were asked of individuals who currently have a job (answers 1 and 2 in question 19) and to those not having a job at the moment, but express the desire to work (answers 1 to 8 from question 20.2)]
22.2. Indicate the status in employment regarding the occupation you stated in question 21.
 1 Employer
 2 Own-account worker
 3 Employee
 4 Contributing family worker
 6 Compulsory military service
 7 Member of a producer's co-operative
 9 Other situation
Contributing family worker
Compulsory military service
Member of a producers co-operative
NIU (not in universe)
Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.
Note: For individuals that reside elsewhere different from where they are staying at 0:00 o'clock of April 15, 1991, end the filling-in of the questionnaire here.
[Applies to questions 4-28]
Note: Individuals younger than 12 years old end the filling-in of the questionnaire after question 17.
[Applies to questions 18-28]
Attention: Questions 21 to 24 are only for individuals who currently have a job (answers 1 and 2 in question 19) and to those not having a job at the moment express the desire to work (answers 1 to 8 from question 20.2).
Question 22.2: Indicate the status in employment in the occupation you stated in question 21.
With this question we intend to know the condition of those individuals who work towards their own work, or in other words we intend to know the dependency relations in which the work is done.
If the individual was unemployed during the week of reference, he must indicate the situation he was in on the last profession he had.
If the individual performed more than one activity during the week of reference, he must indicate the one that occupied him the most.
Employer is the owner, partner or major shareholder and has his main occupation in the company or agricultural exploration.
Employee is the individual who works for others and receives payment in exchange.
Own-account worker is the individual who works on his own and usually does not have any employee.
Unpaid family worker is an individual who works on a family economic activity without payment for 15 hours or longer on the week of reference.
If an individual worked longer than 15 hours without payment on a family economic activity, being simultaneously a student or a homemaker, the individual falls into these other categories.
Compulsory military service: individuals who are on compulsory military service during the census moment.
Member of a producers' cooperative: If the individual is a partner of a cooperative organization and if he/she worked in there as his/her main occupation, the workers that employed and paid for by a cooperative fall under the category of "Employee."
This variable indicates the respondent's employment status.
Persons age 12+ who are employed or unemployed looking for a new job