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Study: EU-LFS 2002


Title European Union Labour Force Survey 2002


EU-LFS 2002 contains the Module on Employment of disabled people.

The target population consists of the persons aged 16 to 64.


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.




Statistics Explained

Eurostat (2003): The European Union labour force survey. Methods and definitions – 2001.
Eurostat: Explanatory notes for 2002 LFS ad hoc module on disability.

Country Specific Information: EU-LFS 2002