The relationship status of our Older Cohort individuals can also be used as starting point from which to map work and study status. Explore this by country site, sex and relationship between work, study and relationship status over time:
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The data visualized showcases status when individuals were 18-19 years of age (Round 4 survey in 2013) and 21-22 years of age (Round 5 survey in 2016). For information on how we define these status variables, please see our data dictionary here.
Percentage of individuals who were ever married or have ever cohabited by a specific age. This includes individuals who are currently married, cohabiting, widowed, divorced, or separated.
Not married nor cohabiting
Percentage of individuals who were never married or have never cohabited by a specific age.
Enrolled in an academic instituition in the current academic year, but has not been involved in any paid or unpaid work activities for at least an hour in the last 12 months.
Studying & Working
Has been involved both in paid/unpaid work activity for at least an hour in the last 12 months and has been enrolled in the last academic year. Work activities are : a) worked on a farm owned or rented by a member of household, b) worked for someone who is not a member of household, and c) worked on own account or in a business enterprise belonging to him/her or someone in his/her household.
Not studying nor working
Neither worked for at least an hour in any paid or unpaid work activity in the past 12 months, nor enrolled in any academic institution in the current academic year.
18/19 years old: Older Cohort children in Round 4 (2013) survey
21.22 years old: Older Cohort children in Round 5 (2016) survey