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DZHW Graduate Panel 2005
Survey Period:
Jan 1, 2006 - Jun 7, 2016
Waves:
6
Survey Data Type:
Quantitative Data
Data available in:
German, English
DOI:
10.21249/DZHW:gra2005:2.0.1
Published at:
Jan 11, 2021
Version:
2.0.1 (current)
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Question 17.1: Questionnaire of the DZHW Graduate Panel 2005 (third wave, main survey) 

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Question Number:
17.1
Question Text:
Do you work in the public sector or have an employment contract adjusted to the public sector pay scale? 
Question Type:
Single Choice 

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Previous Questions in Questionnaire

Question 16.1: Questionnaire of the DZHW Graduate Panel 2005 (third wave, main survey) 
Question Type: Single Choice 
To which of the following company sizes does your company/office belong to? 

Subsequent Questions in Questionnaire

Question 18.1: Questionnaire of the DZHW Graduate Panel 2005 (third wave, main survey) 
Question Type: Grid 
On average, how many working hours do you use for your professional activities weekly? 

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DZHW Graduate Panel 2005 - third wave, main survey (graduates of traditional courses of study) 
public service 
cocc252 (numeric, nominal)
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DZHW Graduate Panel 2005 - third wave, main survey (Bachelor) 
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