{"vid":"V32","name":"b5p6b","file_id":"F1","var_dcml":"0","var_intrvl":"contin","var_start_pos":"55","var_end_pos":"56","var_width":"2","var_rec_seg_no":"1","labl":"Total number of working hours of all jobs in the past one week","var_qstn_preqtxt":"- Q6 to Q16 are just for household members who currently are employed (Q2a.1 = 1 or Q3 = 1)","var_qstn_qstnlit":"Total number of working hours of all jobs in the past one week:","var_qstn_ivulnstr":"How to fill in:\n1. Write down the number of working hours of every working day during the previous week in each day box, adjusted with the census taking day.\n2. Add the number of working hours during the previous week in one digit behind coma and fill in the number of working hours into the box on the right after integration. \n3. The maximum number of working hours that can be put into the box is 98 hours. If the number of working hours exceeds 98 hours, write down as it is in the provided space, but just write down 98 in the box.","var_val_range":[{"units":null,"min":"0","max":"98"}],"var_universe":"Household members aged 10 years and over who are employed or temporarily not working","universe_clusion":"I","var_sumstat":[{"value":"121670","type":"vald"},{"value":"97583","type":"invd"},{"value":"0","type":"min"},{"value":"98","type":"max"}],"var_txt":"Number of working hours is the period (in hours) used to work of the whole work done during the previous week. Counting starts from one day ago (day 7th), two days ago (day 6th) and so on until seven days ago (day 1st), then add the working hours. If respondent temporarily does not work, fill in the numbers 00.","var_format":"numeric","var_format_schema":"other","fid":"F1","sid":"4822","survey_idno":"IDN_2008_SAKERNAS-FEB_v01_M"}