Special module 2005 (Population base 2011): Work life balance module National results

Persons between 16 and 64 years old who have children or who regularly take care of children aged 14 years old or under or dependents, according to relation with activity and whether or not they want to change the organisation of their daily life, by absolute value/percentage, sex and age group

Units:absolute values in thousands and percentages
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      • Relationship with activity
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      • Whether or not they want to change the organisation of their daily life
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      • Absolute value/percentage
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  • Notes
    • 1) Children: The following are considered: own children or partner's aged 14 years old or under who live in the household.
      Dependents: The following are considered: family members or friends aged 15 years old or over who need care.
      A change of organisation in their daily life refers both to their working life and their responsibilities caring for others.
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  • Source:National Statistics Institute