University of Tokyo

Survey Number 0382
Survey Title Survey on Work Styles among Married Female Part-timers, 2001
Depositor Aidem Research Institute of Personnel and Working
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Summary The purpose of this study was to understand the working conditions and problems housewife part-time workers face, explore their future directions, and use the findings as reference materials to inform companies and working people.
Data Type quantitative research: micro data
Universe Housewife part-timers using the Internet
Unit of Observation Individual
Sample Size Number of valid responses: 355
Date of Collection 2001-10-17 ~ 2001-10-26
2001/10/17 – 10/26
Time Period 2001 ~ 2001
Spatial Unit
Sampling Procedure
Mode of Data Collection The questionnaire was published on the Aidem website, and responses were obtained via the Internet.
Investigator Aidem Research Institute of Personnel and Working
DOI 10.34500/SSJDA.0382
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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 [Questionnaire]
Major Survey Items Reasons for working as a part-time worker, period of part-time work, length of service at the current place of employment, occupation type, hourly wage, change in hourly wage over the past year, bonus payment, weekly scheduled working hours, overtime hours, whether respondent has taken annual paid leave, ratio of part-time workers at employing company, change in workload, division of work between regular employees and part-time workers, job satisfaction, work burden, comparison of work performance and wages, comparison of general regular employees’ and the respondent’s hourly wage, level of acceptance that own wages are lower than those of regular employees, promotion to a leadership position, status change to regular employee, intention to continue working at the current workplace, future work burden and reward of part-time work, future work burden of and wages for part-time work, reasons for wanting to quit in the near future
Date of Release 2004/11/04
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Labour relations/conflict
Working conditions
Topics in SSJDA Employment/Labor
Version 1 : 2004-11-04
Notes for Users Variable and value labels are written in Japanese.