Survey of Living Conditions
|Sample Size:|| 1,828|
|Domains:||Kingston, other urban, rural|
|Collection Dates:||October 1990 - March 1991|
|Panel:||Yes, with 1989-2 and 1991|
|Executing Agency:||Statistical Institute of Jamaica|
Planning Institute of Jamaica
|Access Policy:||Information on how to obtain the data|
|Other LSMS surveys for this country:||1988, 1989-1, 1989-2, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994,|
1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000
|Comments:||Two surveys were done in 1989. In other years, only one survey was done. The SLC continues to be collected. Contact the Planning Institute of Jamaica for additional information.|
Description and Format
This document provides a description of how the survey was designed and implemented. It also contains codes for variables not found in the questionnaires.
PDF (443 Kb)
The household questionnaire is an essential tool for using the data. In addition to containing the questions, it also contains codes and skip patterns.
Part 1 PDF (1.1 Mb)
Part 2 PDF (1.3 Mb)
|Labor Force Survey|
The labor force questionnaire is used to provide employment data for the survey.
PDF (649 Kb)
|School Administrator Questionnaire|
The school administrator questionnaire collects information on the school facility.
PDF (867 Kb)
The teacher questionnaire collects information on the training and qualifications that the teacher whose class was tested has.
PDF (367 Kb)
|Test Administrator Manual|
The manual provides instructions on how to administer the reading and math tests.
PDF (433 Kb)
|1984 Classification of Occupations ||Classifications of occupations used by the Statistical Institute of Jamaica.|
PDF (1.5 Mb)
|1987 Industrial Classification |
Industrial classification codes used by the Statistical Institute of Jamaica.
Part 1 PDF (2.3 Mb)
Part 2 PDF (2.0 Mb)
|Statin Report||This is the report prepared by the Statistical Institute of Jamaica from the data collected in the survey.|
Part 1 PDF (1.8 Mb)
Part 2 PDF (1.0 Mb)
This is the report prepared by the Planning Institute of Jamaica from the data collected in the survey.
Part 1 PDF (1.9 Mb)
Part 2 PDF (1.8 Mb)