PUMFPublic Use Microdata File
PUMFPrint Utility for Metaframe (Fuji Xerox)
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The baseline Aboriginal employment rate in 2031 is assumed to be exactly the same as that observed in the 2011 NHS PUMF (for a given age, sex, province/territory, and education).
The PUMF of individuals contains data primarily on individual characteristics although a few household characteristics are also available.
In the PUMF data, we were able to identify five categories of formal education:
As with the more common Public Use Microdata File (PUMF), the analysis compares the place of residence of Canadians at three points in time: 5 years prior to the Census date (1991), 1 year prior to the Census date (1995), and at the time of the Census (1996).
As indicated in Data and Measurement, the coding scheme of the 1996 PUMF compelled us to exclude Prince Edward Island and the northern territories from the geographical system and to group the remaining provinces into four regions (Atlantic, Quebec, Ontario and West) in our multivariate assessment of the impacts of lifetime migration on the elderly's 1995 total income.
Canadian Community Health Survey (CCHS) Cycle 3.1 (2005): Public use microdata file (PUMF) integrated derived variable (DV) and grouped variable specifications.
Boyd's (1992) study of the 1986 Census Public Use Microdata File (PUMF), that coincided with the implementation of Employment Equity legislation, adjusted for confounding factors such as age, region, CMA of residence, marital status, education, occupation, and full-time/part-time status.
In the analysis I use the Statistics Canada's 1996 Public Use Microdata File (PUMF) and a series of cross-tabulations of immigrant status, place of residence and labour market characteristics from the 1996 Canadian Census.
Within the NPHS98/99, the third and most recent wave of NPHS that is available, there are two Public Use Microdata Files (PUMF) available: the general file and the health file.
Canadian Community Health Survey (CCHS) Cycle 2.2 (Nutrition) 2004 Public Use Microdata File (PUMF) Derived and Grouped Variable Specifications.