Adults in employment, number in household

Mnemonic (reference code): ADEMHUK11

Type: Derived variable

Definition: This derived variable provides a count of the number of employed adults in a household. An adult in a household is defined as a person who is not a dependent child.

A person aged 16 to 74 is defined as employed (or in employment) if in the week before the census they carried out at least one hour's paid work, either as an employee or self-employed.

This includes casual or temporary work, on a government-sponsored training scheme, doing paid or unpaid work for their own or family business, being away from work ill, on maternity leave, or on holiday or temporarily laid off.

Applicability: Household

Classification:

Code

Name

00

No adults in employment

01

1 adult in employment

02

2 adults in employment

03

3 adults in employment

04

4 adults in employment

05

5 adults in employment

06

6 adults in employment

07

7 adults in employment

08

8 adults in employment

09

9 adults in employment

10

10 adults in employment

11

11 adults in employment

12

12 adults in employment

13

13 adults in employment

14

14 adults in employment

15

15 adults in employment

16

16 adults in employment

17

17 adults in employment

18

18 adults in employment

19

19 adults in employment

20

20 adults in employment

21

21 adults in employment

22

22 adults in employment

23

23 adults in employment

24

24 adults in employment

25

25 adults in employment

26

26 adults in employment

27

27 adults in employment

28

28 adults in employment

29

29 adults in employment

30

30 adults in employment

XX

No code required

Total number of categories: 32

Not applicable category (XX) comprises: Household spaces with no usual residents

Source variables ADEMHUK11 is derived from:

ACTLW (Derived variable)

DCHPUK11 (Derived variable)

SIZHUK11 (Derived variable)

TERMIND (Primary variable)

Known quality issues

This variable relies on relationship data, which include some known quality issues. These are summarised on the Data Quality Issues Page.

Tables:

To see which of our published standard, additional and commissioned tables use this variable please use the Table Index.