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Note: Codebooks contain frequency data from the private data release. For some variables, these differ from the frequencies in the public release. Variables that differ between the public and private versions include "(not available on public release)" as part of the variable description, or a note indicating the difference between the public and private versions.

Phone: Sibling

This respondent was chosen during an interview of his/her sibling who graduated
from a Wisconsion high school in 1957.  During an interview in 1975, the 1957
graduate was asked to list each of his/her siblings and then one of these
siblings was randomly chosen as the "selected" sibling.  In this module, 
questions are asked of the respondent (sibling who was randomly chosen
in 1975) about his/her sibling.  The sibling is this module now refers to
the 1957 high school graduate, who is referred to as "graduate"
in this module. 

sk001ss             Status of graduate.

sk002ss             State of graduate's birth.

sk003ss-sk027ssc    Information about graduates who
                    are deceased.

     sk003ss-sk008ssc    Year of death, date of birth, age at death,
                         state where died, cause of death.
     sku09ssc-sku18sse   Occupation variables, including 1970 census
                         codes for industry, occupation, major industry,
                         and major occupation, class of worker code, 1970
                         Occupational Education Score, 1970 Occupational 
                         Income Score, 1970 Duncan SEI, Siegel Prestige, 
                         MSEI2, and TSEI2 scores.
     sk019sse-sk025sse   Occupation variables, including 1990 census codes
                         for industry, occupation, major industry, and 
                         major occupation, 1989 Nakao-Treas Prestige Rating, 
                         1990 Occupational Education Score, and 1990
                         Occupational Earnings Score. 
     sk027ssc            Year deceased graduate stopped working 
                         at job.

sk032ssd-sk033sse   Indicates whether sibling respondent and graduate lived 
                    in the same house until respondent was age 16, and if not, 
                    why.

sk036ss-sk054ssf    Information about graduates who
                    were not interviewed in the 1992-93 interview
                    of 1957 high school graduates.

     sk036ss-sk037sse    Is graduate currently working
                         or has he/she worked in the past 6 months?
     sku38ssf-sku46ssg   Occupation variables, including 1970 census
                         codes for industry, occupation, major industry,
                         and major occupation, class of worker code, 1970
                         Occupation Education Score, 1970 Occupation Income
                         Score, 1970 Duncan SEI, Siegel Prestige, MSEI2, 
                         and TSEI2 scores.
     sk047ssg-sk054ssg   Occupation variables, including 1990 census 
                         codes for industry, occupation, major industry,
                         and major occupation, 1980 Nakao-Treas Prestige
                         Rating, 1990 Occupation Education Score, and 
                         1990 Occupation Earnings Score. 

sk055ssf-sk056ssg   Indicates whether respondent ever helped
                    graduate find a job, and if so, how.

sk057ssd-sk060ssg   Frequency of contact respondent has with graduate, or 
                    year respondent last saw original sample member.

sk061ssd-sk062ssd   Similarity of respondent and graduate on
                    general outlook and closeness of respondent and graduate. 

sk063ssd-sk065ssd   Comparison of respondent and graduate in
                    terms of education, work, and finances.

sk001ss: Status of graduate at the time of this interview. The graduate and this respondent are siblings.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: RLV, 400y, 4022, 401C, 402n

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-3 REFUSED, NOT ASCERTAINED 40 25 65
-1 DON'T KNOW 2 0 2
1 ALIVE 2251 2424 4675
2 DECEASED 29 31 60
3 R REFUSED TO DISCUSS SIBLING 2 0 2

sk002ss: In what state was the graduate born?

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: 400i
*NOT AVAILABLE ON PUBLIC RELEASE*

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-3 REFUSED 49 46 95
-1 DON'T KNOW 19 8 27
1 - 51 STATE 2250 2412 4662
59 - 105 FOREIGN COUNTRY 6 14 20
Note: See Appendix J - COR483S for codes.

sk003ss: Year of graduate's death.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SK001SS, 401C

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-3 REFUSED, NOT ASCERTAINED 0 1 1
-2 2295 2449 4744
76 - 94 YEAR 29 30 59

sk004ss: Century month of birth for graduates who are deceased.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SK001SS, 401D, 401G
*NOT AVAILABLE ON PUBLIC RELEASE*

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-3 REFUSED, NOT ASCERTAINED 0 1 1
-2 2295 2449 4744
-1 DON'T KNOW 3 2 5
369 - 490 CENTURY-MONTHS 26 28 54
Note: See Appendix O - COR607 - century months.

sk005ss: Age of graduate at time of death.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SK001SS, 401C, 401D

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-3 REFUSED, NOT ASCERTAINED 0 1 1
-2 2295 2449 4744
-1 DON'T KNOW 3 2 5
38 - 59 AGE 26 28 54

sk006ss: State of graduate's death.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SK001SS, 401K
*NOT AVAILABLE ON PUBLIC RELEASE*

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-3 REFUSED, NOT ASCERTAINED 0 1 1
-2 2295 2449 4744
2 Alaska 0 1 1
5 California 1 3 4
11 Georgia 0 1 1
14 Illinois 0 1 1
15 Indiana 0 1 1
16 Iowa 2 0 2
24 Minnesota 1 3 4
36 Ohio 0 1 1
47 Virginia 1 0 1
50 Wisconsin 24 18 42
51 Wyoming 0 1 1
Note: SK007SS was purposefully omitted.

sk008ssc: Cause of graduate's death.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SK001SS, 401O
*NOT AVAILABLE ON PUBLIC RELEASE*

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-3 REFUSED, NOT ASCERTAINED 0 1 1
-2 2295 2449 4744
-1 DON'T KNOW 1 0 1
100 HEART DISEASE, HEART ATTACK (INCLUDING CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE, RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE, HYPERTENSIVE HEART DISEASE, ISCHEMIC HEART DISEASE, ANGINA PECTORIS, MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION) 8 4 12
101 DISEASES OF THE ARTERIES (ATHEROSCLEROSIS, ARTERIOSCLEROSIS, HARDENING OF THE ARTERTIES, AORTIC ANEURYSM) 0 1 1
200 CANCER (MALIGNANT NEOPLASMS), NOT OTHERWISE SPECIFIED (INCLUDING TUMORS) 10 12 22
201 LUNG CANCER 0 1 1
203 COLON-RECTUM CANCER 1 2 3
206 OVARIAN CANCER 0 2 2
211 BONE CANCER 0 1 1
215 LIVER CANCER 1 0 1
300 CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASE (STROKE, CEREBRAL HEMORRHAGE, CEREBRAL ANEURYSM, CEREBRAL THORMBOSIS, BLOOD CLOT IN THE BRAIN) 2 0 2
403 ACCIDENT, OTHER 2 1 3
501 PNEUMONIA, INFLUENZA 1 0 1
777 OTHER 2 4 6
803 ALCOHOLISM 1 2 3

sk009ssc: Was there a kind of work deceased graduate usually did?

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SK001SS, 401Q

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-3 REFUSED/NOT ASCERTAINED 0 1 1
-2 2295 2449 4744
-1 DON'T KNOW 1 0 1
1 YES 26 22 48
2 NO 2 8 10

sku10ssd: 1970 Census detailed industry code for deceased graduate's last job.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SK001SS, SK009SSC, 401W, 401Y
Revisions: Updated 9/99     

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-2 2298 2458 4756
-1 DON'T KNOW 0 1 1
067 - 917 1970 INDUSTRY CODES 26 21 47
Note: See Change Notice #20 for difference between updated and
original variables. Original variables used prior to the
9/99 update are retained in a separate module - archvd57_94.

See Appendix E on occupational coding and variable construction.

sku11ssd: 1970 Census detailed occupation code code for deceased graduate's last job.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SK001SS, SK009SSC, 401R, 401U
Revisions: Updated 9/99     

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-2 2298 2458 4756
031 - 962 1970 OCCUPATION CODES 26 22 48
Note: See Change Notice #20 for difference between updated and
original variables. Original variables used prior to the
9/99 update are retained in a separate module - archvd57_94.

See Appendix E on occupational coding and variable construction.

sku12sse: Class of worker code for deceased graduate's last job.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SK001SS, SK009SSC, SKU11SSD, 401a, 401c, 401g
Revisions: Updated 9/99     

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-2 2298 2458 4756
1 Private company, business or individual for wages, salary or commission 15 16 31
2 Government employee (federal, state or local government) 7 4 11
3 Own business or professional practice; incorporated 1 0 1
4 Own business or professional practice; not incorporated 3 2 5
Note: See Change Notice #20 for difference between updated and
original variables. Original variables used prior to the
9/99 update are retained in a separate module - archvd57_94.

See Appendix E on occupational coding and variable construction.

sku13sse: 1970 Major industry code for deceased graduate's last job.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SKU10SSD, SKU11SSD
Revisions: Updated 9/99     

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-2 2298 2458 4756
-1 DON'T KNOW 0 1 1
3 Construction 2 0 2
4 Manufacturing 5 5 10
5 Transportation, Communications, And Other Public Utilities 2 0 2
6 Wholesale And Retail Trade 5 2 7
7 Finance, Insurance, And Real Estate 1 3 4
9 Personal Services 0 1 1
11 Public Administration 3 1 4
12 Professional And Related Services 8 9 17
Note: See Change Notice #20 for difference between updated and original
variables. Original variables used prior to the 9/99 update are
retained in a separate module - archvd57_94.

See Appendix E - COR713 for Creation of major industry, major
occupation, status, and prestige.

sku14ssf: 1970 Major occupation code for deceased graduate's last job.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SKU10SSD, SKU11SSD, SKU12SSE
Revisions: Updated 9/99     

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-2 2298 2458 4756
1 Professional, Technical & Specialty: Self-Employed & w/o Pay 1 0 1
2 Professional, Technical & Specialty: Salaried & N.A. 4 7 11
3 Executives, Administrators & Managers: Salaried & N.A. 2 3 5
4 Executives, Administrators & Managers: Self-Employed & w/o Pay 1 0 1
6 Sales: Retail Trade 1 1 2
7 Administrator Support, Including Clerical 8 4 12
8 Precision Production, Craftsmen, Repair: Manufacturing 2 1 3
9 Precision Production, Craftsmen, Repair: Construction 2 0 2
10 Precision Production, Craftsmen, Repair: All Other & N.A. 2 0 2
11 Operators & Fabricators: Manufacturing 1 2 3
12 Operators & Fabricators: All Other & N.A. 0 1 1
13 Service Occupations 2 3 5
Note: See Change Notice #20 for difference between updated and original
variables. Original variables used prior to the 9/99 update are
retained in a separate module - archvd57_94.

See Appendix E - COR713 for Creation of major industry, major
occupation, status, and prestige.

ska15ssf: 1970 Occupational Education Score for deceased graduate's last job.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SKU10SSD, SKU11SSD, SKU12SSE
Revisions: Added 9/99; Updated 12/99     

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-2 2298 2458 4756
0048 - 0967 1970 EDUCATION SCORE 26 22 48
Note: There is an implied decimal point one place to the left of
the right most digit.

The 1970-basis occupational education score is the
percentage of persons in the 1970 Census in an occupation/
industry/class-of-worker category who completed
one year of college or more. See Appendix E--
COR 638 and COR 713 for details, and a recommended
transformation of this variable is described in MEMO133.

skb15ssf: 1970 Occupational Income Score for deceased graduate's last job.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SKU10SSD, SKU11SSD, SKU12SSE
Revisions: Added 9/99; Updated 12/99, 9/00     

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-2 2298 2458 4756
0009 - 0804 1970 INCOME SCORE 26 22 48
Note: See Change Notice #21 for information about 9/00 update

There is an implied decimal point one place to the left of
the right most digit.

The 1970-basis occupational income score is the
percentage of persons in the 1970 Census in an occupation/
industry/class-of-worker category whose income was
at least $10,000 in 1969. See Appendix E--
COR 638 and COR 713 for details, and a recommended
transformation of this variable is described in MEMO133.

sku15ssf: 1970 Duncan SEI score for deceased graduate's last job.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SKU10SSD, SKU11SSD, SKU12SSE
Revisions: Updated 9/99     

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-2 2298 2458 4756
127 - 923 1970 DUNCAN SEI SCORES 26 22 48
Note: See Change Notice #20 for difference between updated and original
variables. Original variables used prior to the 9/99 update are
retained in a separate module - archvd57_94.

See Appendix E - COR713 and MEMO133 for Creation of major industry,
major occupation, status, and prestige.

sku16ssf: 1970 Siegel prestige score for deceased sample member's last job.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SKU10SSD, SKU11SSD, SKU12SSE
Revisions: Updated 9/99     

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-2 2298 2458 4756
154 - 751 1970 SEIGEL PRESTIGE SCORES 26 22 48
Note: See Change Notice #20 for difference between updated and original
variables. Original variables used prior to the 9/99 update are
retained in a separate module - archvd57_94.

See Appendix E - COR713 and MEMO133 for Creation of major
industry, major occupation, status, and prestige.

sku17sse: 1970 MSEI2 occupational status score for deceased graduate's last job.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SKU11SSD
Revisions: Updated 9/99     

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-2 2298 2458 4756
1580 - 8696 1970 MSEI2 SCORES 26 22 48
Note: See Change Notice #20 for difference between updated and original
variables. Original variables used prior to the 9/99 update are
retained in a separate module - archvd57_94.

See Appendix E - COR713 and MEMO133 for Creation of major industry,
major occupation, status, and prestige.

sku18sse: 1970 TSEI2 occupational status score for deceased graduate's last job.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SKU11SSD
Revisions: Updated 9/99     

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-2 2298 2458 4756
1770 - 8842 1970 TSEI2 SCORES 26 22 48
Note: See Change Notice #20 for difference between updated and original
variables. Original variables used prior to the 9/99 update are
retained in a separate module - archvd57_94.

See Appendix E - COR713 and MEMO133 for Creation of major industry,
major occupation, status, and prestige.

sk019sse: 1990 Census detailed industry code for deceased graduate's last job.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SKU10SSD, 401W, 401Y
Revisions: Added 9/99     

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-2 2298 2458 4756
-1 DON'T KNOW 0 1 1
060 - 932 1990 INDUSTRY CODE 26 21 47
Note: See Appendix E on occupation coding and variable construction.

sk020sse: 1990 Census detailed occupation code for deceased graduate's last job.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SKU11SSD, 401R, 401U
Revisions: Added 9/99     

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-2 2298 2458 4756
007 - 889 1990 OCCUPATION CODE 26 22 48
Note: See Appendix E on occupation coding and variable construction.

sk021sse: 1990 Major industry code for deceased graduate's last job.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SK019SSE, 401a, 401c, 401g
Revisions: Added 9/99     

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-3 REFUSED, DON'T KNOW, NOT ASCERTAINED 0 1 1
-2 2298 2458 4756
3 Construction 2 0 2
4 Manufacturing 5 5 10
5 Transportation, Communications, And Other Public Utilities 3 0 3
6 Wholesale And Retail Trade 5 2 7
7 Finance, Insurance, And Real Estate 1 3 4
11 Public Administration 3 1 4
12 Professional And Related Services 7 10 17
Note: The 1990 Major Industry categories are selected
to resemble the 1970 categories, but individual
industries which may have changed category between
1970 and 1990 (for example, US Postal Service)
keep their 1990 major industry designation. No
attempt was made to reconcile these cases.

See Appendix E - COR681 for detailed coding instructions.

sk022sse: 1990 Major occupation code for deceased graduate's last job.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SK019SSE, SK020SSE, SKU12SSE
Revisions: Added 9/99     

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-2 2298 2458 4756
1 Professional, Technical & Specialty: Self-Employed & w/o Pay 1 0 1
2 Professional, Technical & Specialty: Salaried & N.A. 4 7 11
3 Executives, Administrators & Managers: Salaried & N.A. 2 3 5
4 Executives, Administrators & Managers: Self-Employed & w/o Pay 1 0 1
6 Sales: Retail Trade 1 1 2
7 Administrator Support, Including Clerical 8 4 12
8 Precision Production, Craftsmen, Repair: Manufacturing 2 1 3
9 Precision Production, Craftsmen, Repair: Construction 2 0 2
10 Precision Production, Craftsmen, Repair: All Other & N.A. 2 0 2
11 Operators & Fabricators: Manufacturing 1 1 2
12 Operators & Fabricators: All Other & N.A. 0 1 1
13 Service Occupations 2 3 5
14 Handlers, Equipment Cleaners, Helpers/Laborers: Manufacturing 0 1 1
Note: The 1990 Major Occupation categories are selected
to resemble the 1970 categories, but individual
occupations which may have changed category
between 1970 and 1990 (for example, Actors and
Directors) keep their 1990 major industry
designation. No attempt was made to reconcile
these cases. The large number of such cases makes
direct comparison between 1970 and 1990 Major
Occupation categories unadvisable. For a list of
all such individual changes, see Kubitschek 1986
(Center for Demography Working Paper 86-6).

See Appendix E - COR681 for detailed coding instructions.

Consistent with 1990 Census procedures, civilian occupation
codes were assigned to military personnel if they described
civilian occupational activities. Therefore, it is possible
to assign a code for those individuals on this variable.

Individuals in the military who only described military
occupations were assigned the military occupation codes and
coded military on this variable.

sk023sse: 1989 Nakao-Treas Prestige Rating for deceased graduate's last job.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SK020SSE
Revisions: Added 9/99     

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-2 2298 2458 4756
156 - 900 1990 PRESTIGE RATING 26 22 48
Note: There is an implied decimal point one place to the left of the
right most digit.

The 1989 Nakao-Treas prestige rating is the
percentage of respondents in the 1989 NORC General
Social Survey who ranked an occupation in category 5
or above on a 9-point scale. See Appendix E--COR 683
for details and a recommended transformation of this
variable.

Consistent with 1990 Census procedures, civilian occupation
codes were assigned to military personnel if they described
civilian occupational activities. Therefore, it is possible
to assign a code for those individuals on this variable.

Individuals in the military who only described military
occupations were assigned the military occupation codes and
coded military on this variable.

sk024sse: 1990 Occupational Education Score for deceased graduate's last job.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SKU12SSE, SK019SSE, SK020SSE
Revisions: Added 9/99; Updated 12/99     

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-2 2298 2458 4756
0170 - 0997 1990 Education score 26 22 48
Note: There is an implied decimal point one place to the left of
the right most digit.

The 1990-basis occupational education score is the
percentage of persons in the 1990 Census in an occupation/
industry/class-of-worker category who completed
one year of college or more. See Appendix E--
COR 639 and COR 684 for details, and a recommended
transformation of this variable is described in MEMO133.

Consistent with 1990 Census procedures, civilian occupation
codes were assigned to military personnel if they described
civilian occupational activities. Therefore, it is possible
to assign a code for those individuals on this variable.

Individuals in the military who only described military
occupations were assigned the military occupation codes and
coded inappropriate on this variable.

sk025sse: 1990 Occupational Earnings Score for deceased graduate's last job.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SKU12SSE, SK019SSE, SK020SSE
Revisions: Added 9/99; Updated 12/99     

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-2 2298 2458 4756
0044 - 0775 TOTAL EARNINGS SCORE 26 22 48
Note: There is an implied decimal point one place to the left of
the right most digit.

The 1990-basis occupational earnings score is the
percentage of persons in the 1990 Census in an occupation/
industry/class-of-worker category who earned
at least $14.30 per hour in 1989. See Appendix
E--COR 639 and COR 684 for details, and a recommended
transformation of this variable is described in MEMO133.

Consistent with 1990 Census procedures, civilian occupation
codes were assigned to military personnel if they described
civilian occupational activities. Therefore, it is possible
to assign a code for those individuals on this variable.

Individuals in the military who only described military
occupations were assigned the military occupation codes and
coded inappropriate on this variable.

VARIABLE NAME SK026SSE IS NOT USED IN THIS RELEASE.

sk027ssc: Year deceased graduate stopped working at this job.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SK001SS, 401k

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-2 2298 2458 4756
-1 DON'T KNOW 2 0 2
70 - 94 YEAR 24 22 46
Note: SK028SSC-SK031SSD purposefully omitted.

sk032ssd: Did respondent and graduate live in the same household most of the time until respondent was about 16 years old?

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: 403B

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-3 REFUSED/NOT ASCERTAINED 46 30 76
-1 DON'T KNOW 3 0 3
1 YES 1954 2075 4029
2 NO 321 375 696

sk033sse: Reason respondent and graduate did not live in the same household until respondent was about 16 years old.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SK028SSC, SK032SSD, b403D

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-3 REFUSED, NOT ASCERTAINED 0 1 1
-2 2003 2105 4108
1 AGE DIFFERENCE 264 310 574
3 RESPONDENT LIVED WITH OTHER RELATIVE, DUE TO FINANCIAL REASONS 22 21 43
4 GRADUATE LIVED WITH OTHE RELATIVE, DUE TO FINANCIAL REASONS 6 8 14
5 RESPONDENT LIVED WITH OTHER RELATIVE, REASON UNSPECIFIED 0 1 1
7 CHILDREN SEPARATED DUE TO PARENTS' DIVORCE 6 3 9
8 RESPONDENT LIVED IN HOSPITAL, ORPHANAGE, INSTITUTION, OR CONVENT 0 1 1
10 STEP-SIBLINGS OR HALF-SIBLINGS AND WERE NOT RELATED AT THE TIME 17 18 35
11 CHILDREN LIVED IN FOSTER HOME AND WERE LATER SEPARATED 0 2 2
14 OTHER 6 10 16
Note: Vaiables SK034SS and SK035SS were purposefully omitted.

Variables SK036SS through SK054SSF only have valid data for those
respondents whose siblings were not interviewed in the 1992-93 interview
of 1957 high school graduates.

sk036ss: Is graduate currently employed? Only asked of respondents whose siblings were not interviewed in the 1992-93 interview of 1957 high school graduates.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SA008RE, 402n

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-3 REFUSED, NOT ASCERTAINED 23 23 46
-2 2255 2407 4662
-1 DON'T KNOW 4 3 7
1 YES 35 34 69
2 NO 7 12 19
5 DECEASED 0 1 1

sk037sse: Has graduate been employed in the last six months? Only asked of respondents whose siblings were not interviewed in the 1992-93 interview.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SK036SSD, SA008RE, 402p

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-3 REFUSED/NOT ASCERTAINED 23 23 46
-1 DON'T KNOW 4 3 7
1 YES 1 0 1
2 NO 6 12 18
8 2290 2442 4732

sku38ssf: 1970 Census detailed industry code for graduate's current/last job.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SK036SS, SK037SSE, 402s, 402t
Revisions: Updated 9/99     

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-2 2288 2446 4734
-1 DON'T KNOW 3 2 5
017 - 927 1970 INDUSTRY CODES 33 32 65
Note: See Change Notice #20 for difference between updated and
original variables. Original variables used prior to the
9/99 update are retained in a separate module - archvd57_94.

See Appendix E on occupational coding and variable construction.

sku39ssf: 1970 Census detailed occupation code for graduate's current/last job.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SK036SS, SK037SSE, 402q, 402r
Revisions: Updated 9/99     

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-2 2288 2446 4734
-1 DON'T KNOW 3 6 9
013 - 935 1970 OCCUPATION CODES 33 28 61
Note: See Change Notice #20 for difference between updated and
original variables. Original variables used prior to the
9/99 update are retained in a separate module - archvd57_94.

See Appendix E on occupational coding and variable construction.

sku40ssg: Class of worker code for selected sibling's current/last occupation.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SK036SS, SK037SSE, SKU39SSF, 402u
Revisions: Updated 9/99     

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-2 2288 2446 4734
-1 DON'T KNOW 4 2 6
1 Private company, business or individual for wages, salary or commission 22 27 49
2 Government employee (federal, state or local government) 2 3 5
3 Own business or professional practice; incorporated 2 0 2
4 Own business or professional practice; not incorporated 6 2 8
Note: See Change Notice #20 for difference between updated and
original variables. Original variables used prior to the
9/99 update are retained in a separate module - archvd57_94.

See Appendix E on occupational coding and variable construction.

sku41ssg: 1970 Major industry code for graduate's current/last job.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SKU38SSF, SKU39SSF
Revisions: Updated 9/99     

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-2 2288 2446 4734
-1 DON'T KNOW 3 2 5
1 Agriculture, Forestry, And Fisheries 2 0 2
3 Construction 3 1 4
4 Manufacturing 13 11 24
5 Transportation, Communications, And Other Public Utilities 2 1 3
6 Wholesale And Retail Trade 5 7 12
7 Finance, Insurance, And Real Estate 3 0 3
8 Business And Repair Services 2 1 3
9 Personal Services 1 1 2
11 Public Administration 1 1 2
12 Professional And Related Services 1 9 10
Note: See Change Notice #20 for difference between updated and original
variables. Original variables used prior to the 9/99 update are
retained in a separate module - archvd57_94.

See Appendix E - COR713 for Creation of major industry, major
occupation, status, and prestige.

sku42ssh: 1970 Major occupation code for graduate's current/last job.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SKU38SSF, SKU39SSF, SKU40SSG
Revisions: Updated 9/99     

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-2 2288 2446 4734
-1 DON'T KNOW 3 6 9
2 Professional, Technical & Specialty: Salaried & N.A. 2 3 5
3 Executives, Administrators & Managers: Salaried & N.A. 1 2 3
4 Executives, Administrators & Managers: Self-Employed & w/o Pay 3 1 4
5 Sales: Not Retail Trade 3 0 3
6 Sales: Retail Trade 1 1 2
7 Administrator Support, Including Clerical 6 10 16
8 Precision Production, Craftsmen, Repair: Manufacturing 4 0 4
9 Precision Production, Craftsmen, Repair: Construction 2 1 3
10 Precision Production, Craftsmen, Repair: All Other & N.A. 0 1 1
11 Operators & Fabricators: Manufacturing 5 3 8
12 Operators & Fabricators: All Other & N.A. 2 0 2
13 Service Occupations 2 6 8
16 Farm Operators & Managers 2 0 2
Note: See Change Notice #20 for difference between updated and original
variables. Original variables used prior to the 9/99 update are
retained in a separate module - archvd57_94.

See Appendix E - COR713 for Creation of major industry, major
occupation, status, and prestige.

ska43ssh: 1970 Occupational Education Score for graduate's current/last job.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SKU38SSF, SKU39SSF, SKU40SSG
Revisions: Added 9/99; Updated 12/99, 9/00     

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-2 2288 2446 4734
-1 DON'T KNOW 3 6 9
0039 - 0770 1970 EDUCATION SCORE 33 28 61
Note: See Change Notice #21 for information about 9/00 update

There is an implied decimal point one place to the left of
the right most digit.

The 1970-basis occupational education score is the
percentage of persons in the 1970 Census in an occupation/
industry/class-of-worker category who completed
one year of college or more. See Appendix E--
COR 638 and COR 713 for details, and a recommended
transformation of this variable is described in MEMO133.

skb43ssh: 1970 Occupational Income Score for graduate's current/last job.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SKU38SSF, SKU39SSF, SKU40SSG
Revisions: Added 9/99; Updated 12/99, 9/00     

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-2 2288 2446 4734
-1 DON'T KNOW 3 6 9
0006 - 0805 1970 INCOME SCORE 33 28 61
Note: See Change Notice #21 for information about 9/00 update

There is an implied decimal point one place to the left of
the right most digit.

The 1970-basis occupational income score is the
percentage of persons in the 1970 Census in an occupation/
industry/class-of-worker category whose income was
at least $10,000 in 1969. See Appendix E--
COR 638 and COR 713 for details, and a recommended
transformation of this variable is described in MEMO133.

sku43ssh: 1970 Duncan SEI score for graduate's current/last job.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SKU38SSF, SKU39SSF, SKU40SSG
Revisions: Updated 9/99     

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-2 2288 2446 4734
-1 DON'T KNOW 3 6 9
078 - 855 1970 DUNCAN SEI SCORES 33 28 61
Note: See Change Notice #20 for difference between updated and original
variables. Original variables used prior to the 9/99 update are
retained in a separate module - archvd57_94.

See Appendix E - COR713 and MEMO133 for Creation of major industry,
major occupation, status, and prestige.

sku44ssh: 1970 Siegel prestige score for graduate's current/last job.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SKU38SSF, SKU39SSF, SKU40SSG
Revisions: Updated 9/99     

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-2 2288 2446 4734
-1 DON'T KNOW 3 6 9
166 - 621 1970 SIEGEL PRESTIGE SCORES 33 28 61
Note: See Change Notice #20 for difference between updated and original
variables. Original variables used prior to the 9/99 update are
retained in a separate module - archvd57_94.

See Appendix E - COR713 and MEMO133 for Creation of major industry,
major occupation, status, and prestige.

sku45ssg: 1970 MSEI2 occupational status score for graduate's current/last job.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SKU39SSF
Revisions: Updated 9/99     

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-2 2288 2446 4734
-1 DON'T KNOW 3 6 9
1452 - 7621 1970 MSEI2 SCORES 33 28 61
Note: See Change Notice #20 for difference between updated and original
variables. Original variables used prior to the 9/99 update are
retained in a separate module - archvd57_94.

See Appendix E - COR713 and MEMO133 for Creation of major industry,
major occupation, status, and prestige.

sku46ssg: 1970 TSEI2 occupational status score for graduate's current/last job.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SKU39SSF
Revisions: Updated 9/99     

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-2 2288 2446 4734
-1 DON'T KNOW 3 6 9
1524 - 7684 1970 TSEI2 SCORES 33 28 61
Note: See Change Notice #20 for difference between updated and original
variables. Original variables used prior to the 9/99 update are
retained in a separate module - archvd57_94.

See Appendix E - COR713 and MEMO133 for Creation of major industry,
major occupation, status, and prestige.

sk047ssg: 1990 Census detailed industry code for for graduate's current/last job.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SKU38SSF, 402s, 402t
Revisions: Added 9/99     

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-2 2288 2446 4734
-1 DON'T KNOW 3 2 5
011 - 931 1990 INDUSTRY CODE 33 32 65
Note: See Appendix E on occupational coding and variable construction.

sk048ssg: 1990 Census detailed occupation code for graduate's current/last job.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SKU39SSF, 402q, 402r
Revisions: Added 9/99     

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-2 2288 2446 4734
-1 DON'T KNOW 3 6 9
018 - 889 1990 OCCUPATION CODE 33 28 61
Note: See Appendix E on occupational coding and variable construction.

sk049ssg: 1990 Major industry code for graduate's current/last job.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SK047SSG, 402s, 402t
Revisions: Added 9/99     

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-3 DON'T KNOW, REFUSED, NOT ASCERTAINED 3 2 5
-2 2288 2446 4734
1 Agriculture, Forestry, And Fisheries 2 0 2
3 Construction 3 1 4
4 Manufacturing 13 11 24
5 Transportation, Communications, And Other Public Utilities 2 1 3
6 Wholesale And Retail Trade 5 7 12
7 Finance, Insurance, And Real Estate 3 0 3
8 Business And Repair Services 2 1 3
9 Personal Services 1 1 2
11 Public Administration 1 2 3
12 Professional And Related Services 1 8 9
Note: The 1990 Major Industry categories are selected
to resemble the 1970 categories, but individual
industries which may have changed category between
1970 and 1990 (for example, US Postal Service)
keep their 1990 major industry designation. No
attempt was made to reconcile these cases.

See Appendix E - COR681 for detailed coding instructions.

sk050ssg: 1990 Major occupation code for graduate's current/last job.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SK048SSG
Revisions: Added 9/99     

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-3 DON'T KNOW, REFUSED, NOT ASCERTAINED 3 6 9
-2 2288 2446 4734
2 Professional, Technical & Specialty: Salaried & N.A. 2 3 5
3 Executives, Administrators & Managers: Salaried & N.A. 1 0 1
4 Executives, Administrators & Managers: Self-Employed & w/o Pay 3 1 4
5 Sales: Not Retail Trade 3 0 3
6 Sales: Retail Trade 2 5 7
7 Administrator Support, Including Clerical 5 8 13
8 Precision Production, Craftsmen, Repair: Manufacturing 3 0 3
9 Precision Production, Craftsmen, Repair: Construction 1 0 1
10 Precision Production, Craftsmen, Repair: All Other & N.A. 0 1 1
11 Operators & Fabricators: Manufacturing 5 2 7
12 Operators & Fabricators: All Other & N.A. 2 1 3
13 Service Occupations 2 6 8
14 Handlers, Equipment Cleaners, Helpers/Laborers: Manufacturing 1 1 2
15 Handlers, Equipment Cleaners, Helpers/Laborers: All Other & N.A. 1 0 1
16 Farm Operators & Managers 2 0 2
Note: The 1990 Major Occupation categories are selected
to resemble the 1970 categories, but individual
occupations which may have changed category
between 1970 and 1990 (for example, Actors and
Directors) keep their 1990 major industry
designation. No attempt was made to reconcile
these cases. The large number of such cases makes
direct comparison between 1970 and 1990 Major
Occupation categories unadvisable. For a list of
all such individual changes, see Kubitschek 1986
(Center for Demography Working Paper 86-6).

See Appendix E - COR681 for detailed coding instructions.

Consistent with 1990 Census procedures, civilian occupation
codes were assigned to military personnel if they described
civilian occupational activities. Therefore, it is possible
to assign a code for those individuals on this variable.

Individuals in the military who only described military
occupations were assigned the military occupation codes and
coded military on this variable.

sk051ssg: 1989 Nakao-Treas Prestige Rating for graduate's current/last job.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SK048SSG
Revisions: Added 9/99     

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-2 2288 2446 4734
-1 DON'T KNOW 3 6 9
126 - 833 1989 Nakao-Treas Prestige Rating 33 28 61
Note: There is an implied decimal point one place to the left of the
right most digit.

The 1989 Nakao-Treas prestige rating is the
percentage of respondents in the 1989 NORC General
Social Survey who ranked an occupation in category 5
or above on a 9-point scale. See Appendix E--COR 683
for details and a recommended transformation of this
variable.

sk052ssg: 1990 Occupational Education Score for graduate's current/last job.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SKU40SSG, SK047SSG, SK048SSG
Revisions: Added 9/99; Updated 12/99, 9/00     

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-3 DON'T KNOW, REFUSED, NOT ASCERTAINED 3 6 9
-2 2288 2446 4734
0147 - 0951 1990 Education score 33 28 61
Note: See Change Notice #21 for information about 9/00 update

There is an implied decimal point one place to the left of
the right most digit.

The 1990-basis occupational education score is the
percentage of persons in the 1990 Census in an occupation/
industry/class-of-worker category who completed
one year of college or more. See Appendix E--
COR 639 and COR 684 for details, and a recommended
transformation of this variable.

Consistent with 1990 Census procedures, civilian occupation
codes were assigned to military personnel if they described
civilian occupational activities. Therefore, it is possible
to assign a code for those individuals on this variable.

Individuals in the military who only described military
occupations were assigned the military occupation codes and
coded inappropriate on this variable.

sk053ssg: 1990 Occupational Earnings Score for graduate's current/last job.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SKU40SSG, SK047SSG, SK048SSG
Revisions: Added 9/99; Updated 12/99, 9/00     

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-3 DON'T KNOW, REFUSED, NOT ASCERTAINED 3 6 9
-2 2288 2446 4734
0049 - 0776 TOTAL EARNINGS SCORE 33 28 61
Note: See Change Notice #21 for information about 9/00 update

There is an implied decimal point one place to the left of
the right most digit.

The 1990-basis occupational earnings score is the
percentage of persons in the 1990 Census in an occupation/
industry/class-of-worker category who earned
at least $14.30 per hour in 1989. See Appendix
E--COR 639 and COR 684 for details, and a recommended
transformation of this variable.

Consistent with 1990 Census procedures, civilian occupation
codes were assigned to military personnel if they described
civilian occupational activities. Therefore, it is possible
to assign a code for those individuals on this variable.

Individuals in the military who only described military
occupations were assigned the military occupation codes and
coded inappropriate on this variable.

VARIABLE NAME SK054SSG IS NOT USED IN THIS RELEASE.

sk055ssf: Did respondent ever help graduate find a job?

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: 4b6

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-3 REFUSED/NOT ASCERTAINED 45 29 74
-1 DON'T KNOW 12 3 15
1 YES 132 95 227
2 NO 2135 2353 4488

sk056ssg: How did respondent help graduate find a job?

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: b4c6

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-3 REFUSED 0 1 1
-2 2192 2385 4577
2 R OR SPOUSE WAS CURRENTLY WORKING FOR EMPLOYER AND TOLD SIBLING ABOUT AN IN-HOUSE POSITION 37 31 68
3 R OR SPOUSE INTRODUCED SIBLING TO PERSON WHO WAS HIRING 19 7 26
4 R OR SPOUSE HIRED SIBLING 25 12 37
5 R DROVE SIBLING TO JOB INTERVIEWS 3 4 7
7 R SAW JOB ADVERTISEMENT, TOLD SIBLING 8 7 15
8 R WROTE/GAVE REFERENCE FOR SIBLING 20 8 28
9 R OFFERED GENERAL JOB-SEEKING ADVICE AND ENCOURAGEMENT 3 11 14
10 R HELPED SIBLING TO PREPARE A RESUME 1 2 3
11 OTHER 16 12 28

sk057ssd: Frequency of contact with graduate during the past 12 months, either in person, by letter, or by phone?

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SK001SS, SA008RE, 408

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-3 REFUSED, NOT ASCERTAINED 46 27 73
-2 76 81 157
-1 DON'T KNOW 5 7 12
0 NEVER 105 62 167
1 - 366 NUMBER OF TIMES 2092 2303 4395

sk058sse: Unit for frequency of contact with graduate.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SK057SSD, 408f

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-3 REFUSED, NOT ASCERTAINED 51 35 86
-2 76 81 157
0 NEVER 105 62 167
1 DAY 41 67 108
2 WEEK 224 481 705
3 MONTH 531 659 1190
4 YEAR 1296 1095 2391

sk059ssf: Frequency of contact with graduate during the last 12 months.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SK001SS, SA008RE, SK057SSD, SK058SSE

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-3 REFUSED, NOT ASCERTAINED 51 35 86
-2 76 81 157
0 NEVER, OR LESS THAN ONE TIME A YEAR 105 62 167
1 - 11 1 - 11 TIMES PER YEAR 1038 857 1895
12 ONE TIME PER MONTH 387 424 811
13 - 50 MORE THAN ONCE PER MONTH 378 432 810
52 ONE TIME PER WEEK 160 317 477
54 - 364 MORE THAN ONCE PER WEEK 86 201 287
365 - 366 ONE TIME PER DAY 42 66 108
416 - 624 MORE THAN ONCE PER DAY 0 3 3
950 950 OR MORE TIMES PER YEAR 1 2 3
Note: SK059SSF is top-coded at 950.

sk060ssg: Year respondent last saw graduate.

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SK001SS, SA008RE, SK059SSF, 408m

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-3 REFUSED, NOT ASCERTAINED 46 27 73
-2 2168 2383 4551
-1 DON'T KNOW 1 0 1
54 - 94 YEAR 109 70 179

sk061ssd: In terms of a general outlook on life, do respondent and graduate share similar views?

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SK001SS, SA008RE, 410t

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-3 REFUSED, NOT ASCERTAINED 46 27 73
-2 76 81 157
-1 DON'T KNOW 39 30 69
1 VERY SIMILAR 428 582 1010
2 SOMEWHAT SIMILAR 1187 1302 2489
3 NOT VERY SIMILAR 377 336 713
4 NOT AT ALL SIMILAR 171 122 293

sk062ssd: How close does respondent feel towards graduate?

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SK001SS, 412

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-3 REFUSED, NOT ASCERTAINED 45 28 73
-2 76 81 157
-1 DON'T KNOW 0 1 1
1 VERY CLOSE 596 1019 1615
2 SOMEWHAT CLOSE 1106 978 2084
3 NOT VERY CLOSE 395 282 677
4 NOT AT ALL CLOSE 106 91 197

sk063ssd: How have you done compared to graduate, in terms of education?

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SK001SS, SA008RE, 424s

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-3 REFUSED, NOT ASCERTAINED 50 36 86
-2 76 81 157
-1 DON'T KNOW 30 28 58
1 MUCH BETTER 234 199 433
2 BETTER 518 459 977
3 SAME 882 1025 1907
4 WORSE 462 558 1020
5 MUCH WORSE 72 94 166

sk064ssd: How have you done compared to graduate in terms of work?

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SK001SS, SA008RE, 426

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-3 REFUSED, NOT ASCERTAINED 53 38 91
-2 76 81 157
-1 DON'T KNOW 93 105 198
0 EITHER RESPONDENT OR SIBLING NEVER HAD A JOB 24 39 63
1 MUCH BETTER 327 190 517
2 BETTER 607 413 1020
3 SAME 861 971 1832
4 WORSE 248 544 792
5 MUCH WORSE 35 99 134

sk065ssd: How have you done financially compared to graduate?

Data source: Sibling Respondent      Collected in: 1993-94      Mode: phone
Source variables: SK001SS, SA008RE, 426f

Frequencies
Value Label Male Female Total
. System missing - NR 2113 1861 3974
-3 REFUSED, NOT ASCERTAINED 52 35 87
-2 76 81 157
-1 DON'T KNOW 148 177 325
1 MUCH BETTER 305 216 521
2 BETTER 516 531 1047
3 SAME 703 728 1431
4 WORSE 448 570 1018
5 MUCH WORSE 76 142 218

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