RP91 number weeks work-spouse/partner Next are some questions about your (husband/wife/partner)'s work. First we are interested in (his/her) work experience in the last year: How many of the last 52 weeks did (he/she) work at a paid job? Include paid vacations and paid sick leave as time spent working. (The Q name was 'E106'.) 7,277 cases (Range of valid codes: 0-52) Min = 0 Mean = 32.371 Max = 52 Std Dev = 23.923 Median = 52 Variance = 572.305 (Based on 4,944 valid cases) RP92 number weeks unemployed -spouse-partner How many weeks in the last year was (he/she) unemployed; that is, weeks that (he/she) was not working at all, but was looking for a job? (The Q name was 'E107'.) 7,277 cases (Range of valid codes: 0-52) Min = 0 Mean = 3.802 Max = 52 Std Dev = 11.616 Median = 0 Variance = 134.920 (Based on 2,347 valid cases) RP93 spouse/partner currently working Is (he/she) currently working at a paid job, even for a few hours a week? (The Q name was 'E109'.) % Freq VALUE 63.1 3,160 1 YES 36.9 1,846 2 NO 43 -2 REFUSED 7 -1 DON'T KNOW 2,221 . (No Data) ----- ----- 100.0 7,277 cases RP94 num hrs work last week -spouse/partner How many hours did (he/she) work last week? (The Q name was 'E110'.) 7,277 cases (Range of valid codes: 0-94) Min = 0 Mean = 38.214 Max = 94 Std Dev = 15.955 Median = 40 Variance = 254.573 (Based on 3,107 valid cases) RP95 is this number hours s/he usually works Is this the number of hours that (he/she) usually works? (The Q name was 'E111'.) % Freq VALUE 83.5 2,447 1 YES 16.5 483 2 NO 14 -1 DON'T KNOW 4,333 . (No Data) ----- ----- 100.0 7,277 cases RP96 number hours a week s/he usually work How many hours a week does (he/she) usually work? (INTERVIEWER: ATTEMPT TO GET NUMBER OF HOURS BY PROBING. How many hours is it most often?) (The Q name was 'E112'.) 7,277 cases (Range of valid codes: -4-80) RP97 mostly part/full-time -spouse/partner Is it mostly part-time or mostly full-time? (The Q name was 'E113'.) % Freq VALUE 2.3 2 -6 OTHER (ENTER RESPONSE FOLLOWED BY //) 43.2 38 1 MOSTLY PART-TIME 2.3 2 3 ABOUT HALF FULL-TIME AND HALF PART-TIME 52.3 46 5 MOSTLY FULL-TIME 7,189 . (No Data) ----- ----- 100.0 7,277 cases RT406 ideal work hours If you could work just the number of hours in paid employment that you would like, how many hours per week would that be? (The Q name was 'se4q6'.) 7,277 cases (Range of valid codes: 0-99) Min = 0 Mean = 23.433 Max = 99 Std Dev = 16.216 Median = 25 Variance = 262.953 (Based on 7,142 valid cases) RT610 spouses ideal work hours If your (husband/wife/partner) could work just the number of hours in paid employment that you would like, how many hours per week would you like (him/her) to work? (The Q name was 'se6q10'.) 7,277 cases (Range of valid codes: 0-99) Min = 0 Mean = 22.495 Max = 99 Std Dev = 16.853 Median = 24 Variance = 284.016 (Based on 4,921 valid cases) RT407 currently employed Are you currently employed? (The Q name was 'se4q7'.) % Freq VALUE 0.0 0 1 YES 0.0 0 2 NO 7,277 . (No Data) ----- ----- 100.0 7,277 cases RT4308A usually exhausted from work Please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, neither agree nor disagree, disagree, or strongly disagree with these statements about work. I am usually exhausted when I get home from work. (The Q name was 'se4q8a'.) % Freq VALUE 8.5 362 1 STRONGLY AGREE 32.1 1,366 2 AGREE 6.8 290 3 NEITHER AGREE NOR DISAGREE 46.3 1,972 4 DISAGREE 6.2 265 5 STRONGLY DISAGREE 9 -2 REFUSED 1 -1 DON'T KNOW 3,012 . (No Data) ----- ----- 100.0 7,277 cases Min = 1 Mean = 3.097 Max = 5 Std Dev = 1.168 Median = 4 Variance = 1.365 (Based on 4,255 valid cases) RT408B usually tense from work (Please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, neither agree nor disagree, disagree, or strongly disagree with these statements about work.) I am usually tense and irritable when I get home from work. (The Q name was 'se4q8b'.) % Freq VALUE 1.9 82 1 STRONGLY AGREE 11.0 468 2 AGREE 7.5 321 3 NEITHER AGREE NOR DISAGREE 69.7 2,967 4 DISAGREE 9.8 416 5 STRONGLY DISAGREE 8 -2 REFUSED 3 -1 DON'T KNOW 3,012 . (No Data) ----- ----- 100.0 7,277 cases RT514C need two incomes to survive (Please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, neither agree nor disagree, disagree, or strongly disagree with the following statements about work.) It is necessary for both of us to work just to be able to pay for everyday living expenses. (The Q name was 'se5q14c'.) % Freq VALUE 10.8 349 1 STRONGLY AGREE 35.1 1,130 2 AGREE 3.4 110 3 NEITHER AGREE NOR DISAGREE 41.4 1,332 4 DISAGREE 9.2 296 5 STRONGLY DISAGREE 9 -2 REFUSED 3 -1 DON'T KNOW 4,048 . (No Data) ----- ----- 100.0 7,277 cases Min = 1 Mean = 3.030 Max = 5 Std Dev = 1.252 Median = 4 Variance = 1.567 (Based on 3,217 valid cases) RT1802A r covered by health ins Now we have a few questions about health insurance and pensions. Are YOU covered by health insurance, other than Medicare or Medicaid? (The Q name was 'se18q2a'.) % Freq VALUE 85.1 6,158 1 YES 14.9 1,079 2 NO 25 -2 REFUSED 6 -1 DON'T KNOW 9 . (No Data) ----- ----- 100.0 7,277 cases RT1802B partner covered by health ins Is your (husband/wife/partner) covered by health insurance, other than Medicare or Medicaid? (The Q name was 'se18q2b'.) % Freq VALUE 89.5 4,484 1 YES 10.5 524 2 NO 38 -2 REFUSED 10 -1 DON'T KNOW 2,221 . (No Data) ----- ----- 100.0 7,277 cases RT1802C kids at home covered by health ins Are the CHILDREN LIVING HERE covered by health insurance, other than Medicare or Medicaid? (The Q name was 'se18q2c'.) % Freq VALUE 88.0 1,082 1 YES 9.2 113 2 NO 2.8 34 3 SOME ARE COVERED AND SOME AT NOT COVERED 7 -2 REFUSED 2 -1 DON'T KNOW 6,039 . (No Data) ----- ----- 100.0 7,277 cases RT1802D evryone else in hh covered by health ins Is EVERYONE ELSE LIVING HERE covered by health insurance, other than Medicare or Medicaid? (The Q name was 'se18q2d'.) % Freq VALUE 64.4 1,274 1 YES 26.8 530 2 NO 3.9 78 3 SOME ARE COVERED AND SOME ARE NOT 4.8 95 9 R SAYS NO ONE ELSE LIVES HERE 26 -2 REFUSED 30 -1 DON'T KNOW 5,244 . (No Data) ----- ----- 100.0 7,277 cases RT1803 included in pension or retirement plan Have you ever been included in a pension or retirement plan offered by an employer or union, not including Social Security? (The Q name was 'se18q3'.) % Freq VALUE 69.0 4,980 1 YES 31.0 2,240 2 NO 27 -2 REFUSED 21 -1 DON'T KNOW 9 . (No Data) ----- ----- 100.0 7,277 cases RT1804A receiving benefits from pension not ss Are you now receiving benefits from any pension or retirement plan, not including Social Security? (The Q name was 'se18q4a'.) % Freq VALUE 29.6 1,478 1 YES 70.4 3,519 2 NO 28 -2 REFUSED 3 -1 DON'T KNOW 2,249 . (No Data) ----- ----- 100.0 7,277 cases RT1804B age first received pension benefits At what age did you first begin to receive pension benefits? (The Q name was 'se18q4b'.) % Freq VALUE 1.9 28 -2 3.1 47 -1 1.5 23 40 0.7 10 41 1.0 15 42 0.3 5 43 0.7 10 44 0.7 10 45 0.9 14 46 0.9 14 47 0.8 12 48 0.9 13 49 3.0 46 50 1.7 26 51 2.4 36 52 2.0 30 53 1.3 20 54 9.2 139 55 3.8 57 56 4.0 60 57 3.6 55 58 4.6 70 59 7.2 109 60 1.7 25 61 16.5 249 62 4.8 72 63 2.8 42 64 11.1 168 65 1.0 15 66 1.0 15 67 1.4 21 68 0.3 4 69 1.7 25 70 0.3 4 71 0.5 7 72 0.3 5 73 0.5 8 75 5,768 . (No Data) ----- ----- 100.0 7,277 cases Min = -2 Mean = 55.713 Max = 75 Std Dev = 14.559 Median = 60 Variance = 211.977 (Based on 1,509 valid cases) RT1804C age r expects to receive pension benefits How old do you think you will be when you begin to receive pension benefits? (The Q name was 'se18q4c'.) % Freq VALUE 8.1 274 -4 R VOLUNTEERS NEVER EXPECTS TO RECEIVE BENEFITS 0.0 1 43 0.0 1 45 0.1 3 48 0.0 1 49 0.5 16 50 0.1 3 51 0.4 12 52 0.3 11 53 0.4 12 54 6.3 214 55 1.1 37 56 1.4 47 57 1.9 63 58 2.1 72 59 9.1 310 60 0.4 13 61 16.7 566 62 2.0 69 63 0.7 23 64 32.0 1,084 65 2.3 79 66 4.1 138 67 1.4 47 68 0.2 6 69 6.7 227 70 0.2 7 71 0.5 16 72 0.0 1 73 0.1 2 74 0.6 19 75 0.0 1 76 0.0 1 77 0.0 1 78 0.3 10 80 0.1 3 90 0.1 2 99 1 -2 REFUSED 126 -1 DON'T KNOW 3,758 . (No Data) ----- ----- 100.0 7,277 cases RT1811 consider self retired We are interested in what people think about retirement, whether they themselves are completely retired or not. At this time do you consider yourself partly retired, completely retired, or not retired at all? (The Q name was 'se18q11'.) % Freq VALUE 17.0 390 1 PARTLY RETIRED 50.8 1,167 2 COMPLETELY RETIRED 32.2 740 3 NOT RETIRED AT ALL 30 -2 REFUSED 2 -1 DON'T KNOW 4,948 . (No Data) ----- ----- 100.0 7,277 cases RT1811B change job/reduce hrs for part retirem In connection with your partial retirement, did you change your job, reduce your work hours, or do something else? (The Q name was 'se18q11b'.) % Freq VALUE 20.9 80 1 CHANGED JOB 38.7 148 2 REDUCED WORK HOURS 9.4 36 3 CHANGED JOB AND REDUCED WORK HOURS 30.9 118 4 OTHER 1 -2 REFUSED 7 -1 DON'T KNOW 6,887 . (No Data) ----- ----- 100.0 7,277 cases RT1812M month retired In what month and year did you first partly or completely retire? (INTERVIEWER: THIS DOES NOT NEED TO COINCIDE WITH R'S FIRST PENSION RECIEPT; SOME RETIRED R'S WILL NOT HAVE PENSIONS) (INTERVIEWER: ENTER MONTH) (The Q name was 'se18q12m'.) % Freq VALUE 2.9 42 -7 R SAYS IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO GIVE A PRECISE DATE 10.9 159 1 JANUARY 5.5 81 2 FEBRUARY 7.1 104 3 MARCH 8.0 117 4 APRIL 8.4 123 5 MAY 15.6 228 6 JUNE 8.5 124 7 JULY 7.0 102 8 AUGUST 8.1 119 9 SEPTEMBER 5.9 86 10 OCTOBER 5.2 76 11 NOVEMBER 7.0 102 12 DECEMBER 2 -2 REFUSED 92 -1 DON'T KNOW 5,720 . (No Data) ----- ----- 100.0 7,277 cases RT1812Y year retired (INTERVIEWER: ENTER YEAR 1937-2004) (The Q name was 'se18q12y'.) 7,277 cases (Range of valid codes: 1,944-2,002) RT1813A looking forward to retire Please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, neither agree nor disagree, disagree, or strongly disagree with each of the following statements. I am looking forward to retirement. (The Q name was 'se18q13a'.) % Freq VALUE 22.3 1,264 1 STRONGLY AGREE 37.2 2,110 2 AGREE 5.6 315 3 NEITHER AGREE NOR DISAGREE 16.7 945 4 DISGAREE 2.8 156 5 STRONGLY DISAGREE 13.6 770 7 ALREADY RETIRED 1.9 108 8 NOT WORKING 29 -2 REFUSED 14 -1 DON'T KNOW 1,566 . (No Data) ----- ----- 100.0 7,277 cases Min = 1 Mean = 3.042 Max = 8 Std Dev = 2.047 Median = 2 Variance = 4.190 (Based on 5,668 valid cases) RT1813B standard of living will get worse (Please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, neither agree nor disagree, disagree, or strongly disagree with each of the following statements.) My standard of living will get much worse when I retire. (The Q name was 'se18q13b'.) % Freq VALUE 4.1 230 1 STRONGLY AGREE 20.2 1,136 2 AGREE 8.6 484 3 NEITHER AGREE NOR DISAGREE 49.5 2,786 4 DISGAREE 6.4 362 5 STRONGLY DISAGREE 9.3 523 7 ALREADY RETIRED 1.9 109 8 NOT WORKING 30 -2 REFUSED 51 -1 DON'T KNOW 1,566 . (No Data) ----- ----- 100.0 7,277 cases Min = 1 Mean = 3.808 Max = 8 Std Dev = 1.560 Median = 4 Variance = 2.435 (Based on 5,630 valid cases)