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Socio-economic Characteristics

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  1. Socio-economic Characteristics SARs User Meeting, 28 January 2011 RSS London

  2. Overview • Socio-economic related questions in the 2011 Census questionnaires • Table of key variables and it specifications for the 5 different files • Consultation

  3. Socio-economic characteristics - changes • Slight reduction in: • Education, prof quals not explicit • Hours of work, bands • No. of employees • Economic activity, Occupation, Industry • Qualifications

  4. 25 : Which of these qualifications do you have? (Asked those aged 16+)  1 - 4 O levels / CSEs / GCSEs (any grades), Entry Level, Foundation Diploma  NVQ Level 1, Foundation GNVQ, Basic Skills  5+ O levels (passes) / CSEs (grade 1) / GCSEs (grades A*- C), School Certificate, 1 A level / 2 - 3 AS levels / VCEs, Higher Diploma  NVQ Level 2, Intermediate GNVQ, City and Guilds Craft, BTEC First / General Diploma, RSA Diploma  Apprenticeship (not included in Scotland)  2+ A levels / VCEs, 4+ AS levels, Higher School Certificate, Progression / Advanced Diploma  NVQ Level 3, Advanced GNVQ, City and Guilds Advanced Craft, ONC, OND, BTEC National, RSA Advanced Diploma  Degree (for example BA, BSc), Higher degree (for example MA, PhD, PGCE)  NVQ Level 4 - 5, HNC, HND, RSA Higher Diploma, BTEC Higher Level  Professional qualifications (for example teaching, nursing, accountancy)  Other vocational / work-related qualifications (not included in Scotland)  Foreign qualifications  No qualifications England, Wales and Northern Ireland Scotland question slightly different

  5. Consultation QUALS (Scotland) and QUALVEWN (E&W and NI): Level of highest qualifications (aged 16-74) Derive a new variable based on the ISECD 6 level classifications: • Level 0 – Pre-primary education • Level 1 – Primary education or first stage of basic education • Level 2 – Lower secondary or second stage of basic education • Level 3 – (Upper) secondary education • Level 4 – Post-secondary non-tertiary education • Level 5 – First stage of tertiary education • Level 6 – Second stage of tertiary education

  6. Consultation • EDUDECIL IMD (education decil Scot/Eng/Wales) • Comments: Include EDUDECIL IMD for NI

  7. Consultation • PENHUK11Pensioner Household • Comment: Does this include women of pensionable age 60-64? • NSSEC • Prefer CAMSIS to NSSEC to avoid the long term unemployed category. Difficult for users to derive. • Include last occupation for those who are out of work