Analytical Notes: Time Use Survey in the Republic of Moldova
Authors/editor(s): National Bureau of Statistics on the Republic of Moldova
This synthesis provides detailed data on the use of time by Moldova's inhabitants: the types of performed activities (What are they doing?), the length of time for these activities (How much time?), as well as the context in which they are made (Where? With whom? For what purposes?).
The compilation contains tables with key indicators that describe the time spent by the residents of Moldova during the day, disaggregated by activities and the main socio-economic-demographic characteristics of the persons aged 10 years and older.
Disaggregated data for about 100 activities are presented. Each activity is characterized by two indicators: the rate of participation in the activity and the average length of participation in the activity.
National Bureau of Statistics has conducted in the period June 2011-May 2012 the statistical survey “Time Use Survey in the Republic of Moldova” with the support of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and Empowerment of Women (UN Women) and of the Swedish Government within the framework of the UN joint project “Strengthening the National Statistical System.”
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- Time Use by People with Disabilities (English | Romanian)
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Publication year: 2014