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Study: EU-LFS 2000

Titles

Title European Union Labour Force Survey 2000

Abstract

EU-LFS 2001 contains the Module on Transition from school to working life.

Target population: people aged 15 to 35 who have left continuous education
within the past five or ten years.

Coverage

Geographical Coverage

Time Period Covered

Since 1998, the transition to a quarterly continuous survey (with reference weeks spread uniformly throughout the year) has been gradually conducted by Member States. Some countries first introduced a continuous annual survey (meaning the reference weeks were uniformly distributed throughout the spring quarter) and then switched to a quarterly collection, whereas others moved directly to a quarterly continuous survey.

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References

Eurostat: The European Union labour force survey. Methods and definitions – 1998.
Eurostat: Labour Force Survey 2000. Ad hoc module on Transition from  School to working life. Explanatory notes for the codification.

Country Specific Information: EU-LFS 2000