Follow-up questions for persons having usual activity status codes 92 and 93
[Questions 1-24 were asked of persons who engaged in domestic duties, per Question 2 in Section 6.]
If 'yes' in question 20: [For Questions 21 to 24]
[Normally occupied in domestic duties, but willing to accept work.]
23. Do you have any skill/experience to undertake that work?
[Question 23 was recorded for persons who attended domestic duties, per Question 2 of Block 6, were willing to accept work if made available at their households per question 20, and selected a particular type of work they would be willing to accept in question 22.]
 1 Yes
 2 No
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.
5.9.0 Block 9: Follow-up questions for persons classified as usually engaged in domestic chores:
[All questions in this section (5.9) were asked of household members classified as engaged in domestic duties according to usual status (i.e. those with usual states codes 92 and 93), and the relevant answers will be recorded in terms of the specified codes. Status codes 92 and 93 refer to usual principal activity status from block 6, column 2.]
5.9.7 Item 21-24 : The questions listed against these items will be put only to those who have answered in affirmative for the question listed against item 20 [if usually engaged in domestic duties, would accept work if made available], (i.e. persons with entry 1 against item 20). The codes appropriate for the answers will be recorded against the relevant items. For the items 21, 22 and 24, if more than one code is found to be applicable, the code which appears first only will be recorded. The relevant codes to be used for filling in the items 21, 22 and 24 are as under:
This variable indicates whether the person possessed any skill or experience to undertake the additional work.
Persons who usually attended domestic duties in the past 365 days but were willing to accept work