[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)]
24. Number of workers
Number of persons regularly working in the company where you practice the occupation indicated in question 21.
 1 1
 3 2-9
 5 10-99
 7 100-499
 9 500 or more
2 to 9 workers
10 to 99 workers
100 to 499 workers
500 + workers
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 24: Number of workers
(Number of persons who regularly work in the company where you carry out the occupation indicated in question 21.)
The main objective of this question is to know the number of workers of a company or similar unit where the individual works (choose the main occupation if he has more than one).
If the individual was unemployed on the week of reference and wanted to work, he must indicate the number of persons that usually work for the last company where he worked.
This variable indicates the size of place where the respondent works.
Persons age 12+ who are employed or unemployed looking for a new job