QNHS

AcronymDefinition
QNHSQuarterly National Household Survey (Ireland)
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The data used in this paper comes from the QNHS longitudinal data file.
(1.) The main source of labour market-related data in Ireland is the Central Statistics Office (CSO) Quarterly National Household Survey (QNHS), which superseded the annual Labour Force Survey in 1997.
(3) See various editions of CSO Quarterly National Household Survey (QNHS) and CSO Earnings and Labour Costs Quarterly Survey.
Last March 27, Pielago joined the more than 1,900 members of the 2015 QNHS graduating class, with the added distinction of being named "model student" of Section Hope of the Open High School (OHS).
The QNHS has its own difficulties such as those that emerged when the results of Census 2011 had to be incorporated and as we are halfway through the current intercensal period one wonders if other large changes have been missed.
Then a few years ago, an acquaintance told Rodriguez of Quezon National High Schools (QNHS) Open High School (OHS) Program.
Detailed micro data from the Quarterly National Household Survey (QNHS) is used to examine the changes in employment and unemployment levels and characteristics and also to calculate flows between the different labour market states.
Quezon National High School (QNHS) in Lucena City on Friday graduated the last batch of its students from the old four-year high school system and the last cohort of public high school graduates that can go directly to college after only 10 years of primary and secondary education.
The data used in the paper come from the Quarterly National Household Survey (QNHS) data file, which is compiled by the Central Statistics Office (CSO).
Our primary dataset is the Quarterly National Household Survey (QNHS) which is Irelands labour force survey and is used to collect official rates of employment and unemployment.
Quarterly national household survey (QNHS) data on employment in NACE codes 20 and 21 showed an average of 36,800 employees in the sectors in early 2013.