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  • Public use microdata: 71M0008X
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    The objectives of this survey were:- to estimate the hours of work that could be made available by a voluntary reduction in work-time by employed labour force participants, excluding the self-employed;- to determine whether those who voluntarily reduce their work-time would use their extra time in activities that would have an indirect impact on the availability of employment;- to determine which is the primary factor of interest in reducing work-time: dissatisfaction with own work, the weight of responsibilities or the attractiveness of other activities;- to determine preferences for various reduced work-time patterns (ie. shorter work day, shorter work week, or work fewer years);- to determine what regional, occupational, income or other demographic characteristics are associated with preferences for increased work-time.

    Release date: 1995-12-21

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  • Public use microdata: 71M0008X
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    The objectives of this survey were:- to estimate the hours of work that could be made available by a voluntary reduction in work-time by employed labour force participants, excluding the self-employed;- to determine whether those who voluntarily reduce their work-time would use their extra time in activities that would have an indirect impact on the availability of employment;- to determine which is the primary factor of interest in reducing work-time: dissatisfaction with own work, the weight of responsibilities or the attractiveness of other activities;- to determine preferences for various reduced work-time patterns (ie. shorter work day, shorter work week, or work fewer years);- to determine what regional, occupational, income or other demographic characteristics are associated with preferences for increased work-time.

    Release date: 1995-12-21

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