University of Tokyo

Abstract
Survey Number 0376
Survey Title Survey on Work Styles among Part-timers, 2002
Depositor Aidem Research Institute of Personnel and Working
Restriction of Use For detailed information, please refer to 'For Data Users' at SSJDA website.

- Apply to SSJDA. Depositor's approval required.
Educational Purpose Only available for research.
Period of Data Use Permission One year
Access to Datasets Download
Nesstar Not available
Summary The purpose of this study was to understand the actual working conditions and problems of part-time and casual part-time (arubaito) jobs and to explore their future direction and to serve as reference materials to inform companies and working people.
Data Type quantitative research
quantitative research: micro data
Universe Part-time workers or casual part-time workers (arubaito) using the Internet
Unit of Observation Individual
Sample Size Number of valid responses: 2,818
Date of Collection 2002/10/08 – 10/21
Time Period
Spatial Unit
Sampling Procedure
Mode of Data Collection This survey questionnaire was published on the Aidem website and responses were received via the Internet.
Investigator Aidem Research Institute of Personnel and Working
DOI
Sponsors (Funds)
Related Publications (by the Investigator) Please refer to the abstract in Japanese.
Related Publications (based on Secondary Analysis) List of related publications (based on Secondary Analysis)
Documentation [Chosa-hyo]
Major Survey Items Reasons for working part-time, length of service at the current place of employment, occupation type, whether respondent can work at/on their desired time and day of the week, work style compared to regular employees, enjoyment of work, demonstrating ability to work, existence of work that allows respondent to demonstrate his or her abilities and opportunities to switch to such work, changes in hourly wages, comparison of work performance and wages, difference in wages due to work performance, pros and cons of wage disparity, orders and instructions from superiors, reporting to and other contact with superiors, relationships with superiors, relationships with colleagues, opinions and suggestions about work, approval from the company and superiors, reasons for feeling recognized, reasons for feeling mistreated/reasons for feeling that way, views on current employer, information sources and method used when changing jobs

Gender, age, school/highest level of educational attainment, marital status, presence of children/age of youngest child
Date of Release
Topics in CESSDA Click here for details

Topics in SSJDA Employment/Labor
Version 2004/11/04 :
Notes for Users Variable and value labels are written in Japanese.