Luxembourg Employment Study

The Luxembourg Employment Study (LES) is a database containing information about labor force characteristics in countries throughout the world. It was created in the 1990s by means of surveys that gathered a large amount of data on individuals in families. The 13 major categories of data are (1) demographics, (2) work status, (3) employment characteristics of an individual’s main job, (4) information about an individual’s second job, (5) previous work experience of unemployed individuals, (6) individuals searching for employment, (7) situation of inactive persons, (8) education and training, (9) situation of individuals one year before the survey, (10) labor force status, (11) earnings and income, (12) technical items, and (13) slot variables.

Within each of the 13 categories of the survey are 90 places for information ...

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