Carers in household with economic activity

Variable name: Carers in household with economic activity

Mnemonic reference (code): CEAHS11

Type: Derived variable

Definition: A person is a provider of unpaid care if they look after or give help or support to family members, friends or neighbours because of long-term physical or mental ill health or disability, or problems related to old age. This does not include any activities as part of paid employment.

Economic activity relates to whether or not a person aged 16 or over was working or looking for work in the week before census. Rather than a simple indicator of whether or not someone was currently in employment, it provides a measure of whether or not a person was an active participant in the labour market.

Applicability: Household

Classification:

Code Name
01 No carers in household
02 One carer in household, working part time outside the home
03 One carer in household, working part time at home
04 One carer in household, working full time outside the home
05 One carer in household, working full time at home
06 One carer in household, unemployed
07 One carer in household, economically active full time student
08 One carer in household, economically inactive
09 Two or more carers in household
XX No code required

Total number of categories: 10

Not applicable category (X) comprises: Households with no usual residents.

Source variables CEAHS11 is derived from:

CARERPS11

CRSUK11

ECOPUK11

SIZHUK11

TERMIND

WKPLIND

Tables including this variable:

Detailed Characteristics

DC3306SC - Households with a person with a long-term health problem or disability and their age by number of unpaid carers in household and economic activity

DC6305SC - Economic activity by unpaid carers by general health and provision of care

Local Characteristics

LC3306SC - Households with a person with a long-term health problem or disability and their age by number of unpaid carers in household and economic activity

LC6305SC - Economic activity by unpaid carers by general health and provision of care