California Work Force Survey 2001-2002
One focus of the survey was to measure the attitudes of California adults about a range of public policy issues related to employment. Another focus was to measure the extent to which various groups of workers differ in regard to wages, hours, benefits, and control over their working environment. Unionized workers were oversampled in this survey to facilitate comparative analyses of unionized workers and non-unionized workers.
The survey was sponsored by the Institute for Labor and Employment at the University of California. N=1404
Scope of Project
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