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									                                EMPLOYER SURVEY

Variable Code         Full Variable Name and Description

V1. surveyn           (Survey Number)

V2. sitc              (Industry classification)

V3. size              (size of firm from infousa)

V4. latitude          (latitude of business)

V5. long              (longitude of business)

V6. name              (name of person completing survey)

V7. position          (position of person completing survey)

V8. phonen            (phone number of person completing survey)

V9. firmtype          (type/form of business or firm)
0-Partnership
1-Sole Proprietorship
2-Corporation
3-Non-Profit
4-Cooperative

V10. firmmain                 (Firm or organization’s main trade)
0-Manufacturing
1-Wholesale Trade
2-Finance, insurance & real estate
3-Retail Trade
4-Agriculture
5-Other Services
6-Construction
7-Mining
8-Transportation & public utilities
9-Government
10-Education
11-Other

V11. fmotrps          (Specify other area firm or org. mainly in)

V12. mainbus                 (Firm or organization’s main line of business)
V13. numsites   (Does firm have more than one worksite)
0-No
1-Yes

V14. ttlwork    (How many people work for your firm or organization)
0:1-5
1:6-10
2:11-25
3:26-50
4:51-100,
5:101-500
6:over 500

V15. sitework   (How many people work at your worksite/location)
0:1-5
1:6-10
2:11-25
3:26-50
4:51-100
5:101-500
6:over 500)

V16. years      (How many years has your firm or organization been in operation
                at worksite)
0:1-2
1:3-5
2:6-10
3:11-20
4:21-30
5:31-50
6:over 50

V17. ptegl      (% of total employment are general laborers)

V18. ntegl      (Number of total employment are general laborers)

V19. p50gl      (Age 50 and over general laborers %)

V20. n50gl      (Age 50 and over general laborers #)

V21. p60gl      (Age 60 and over general laborers %)

V22. n60gl      (Age 60 and over general laborers #)

V23. pglcp      (General laborers who use computers %)
V24. nglcp            (General laborers who use computers #)

V25. pgladvcp         (general laborers that make advanced use of computers %)

V26. ngladvcp         (general laborers that make advanced use of computers #)

V27. gledlvl         (general laborers normal level of education)
0-Less than High School
1-High School
2-Vocational/Technical Degree
3-Associate/Bachelor’s Degree
4-Master’s Degree
5- Professional/Doctorate Degree

V28. glavgwag         (average wage of general laborers)

V29. glavgsal

V30. glpaypd          (general laborers pay period)
0-Hourly
1-Weekly
2-Monthly
3-Annual

V31. ptesp            (% of total employment are skilled production)

V32. ntesp            (Number of total employment are skilled production)

V33. p50sp            (age 50 and over skilled production %)

V34. n50sp            (age 50 and over skilled production #)

V35. p60sp            (age 60 and over skilled production %)

V36. n60sp            (age 60 and over skilled production #)

V37. pspcp            (employees in skilled production who use computers %)

V38. nspcp            (employees in skilled production who use computers #)

V39. pspadvcp         (skilled production employees that make advanced use of
computers %)


V40. nspadvcp         (skilled production employees that make advanced use of
computers #)
V41. spedlvl         (skilled production normal level of education)
0-Less than High School
1-High School
2-Vocational/Technical Degree
3-Associate/Bachelor’s Degree
4-Master’s Degree
5- Professional/Doctorate Degree

V42. spavgwag         (average wage of skilled production)

V43. spavgsal

V44. sppaypd          (skilled production pay period)
0-Hourly
1-Weekly
2-Monthly
3-Annual

V45. ptess            (% of total employment are support staff)

V46. ntess            (Number of total employment are support staff)

V47. p50ss            (age 50 and over support staff %)

V48. n50ss            (age 50 and over support staff #)

V49. p60ss            (age 60 and over support staff %)

V50. n60ss            (age 60 and over support staff #)

V51. psscp            (employees in support staff who use computers %)

V52. nsscp            (employees in support staff who use computers #)

V53. pssadvcp         (support staff employees that make advanced use of computers %)

V54. nssadvcp         (support staff employees that make advanced use of computers #)

V55. ssedlvl         (support staff normal level of education)
0-Less than High School
1-High School
2-Vocational/Technical Degree
3-Associate/Bachelor’s Degree
4-Master’s Degree
5- Professional/Doctorate Degree
V56. ssavgwag         (average wages of support staff)

V57. ssavgsal

V58. sspaypd          (support staff pay period)
0-Hourly
1-Weekly
2-Monthly
3-Annual

V59. pteps            (% of total employment are professional sales)

V60. nteps            (Number of total employment are professional sales)

V61. p50ps            (age 50 and over professional sales %)

V62. n50ps            (age 50 and over professional sales #)

V63. p60ps            (age 60 and over professional sales %)

V64. n60ps            (age 60 and over professional sales #)

V65. ppscp            (employees in professional sales who use computers %)

V66. npscp            (employees in professional sales who use computers #)

V67. ppsadvcp         (professional sales employees that make advanced use of
computers %)

V68. npsadvcp         (professional sales employees that make advanced use of
computers #)

V69. psedlvl          (professional sales normal level of education)
0-Less than High School
1-High School
2-Vocational/Technical Degree
3-Associate/Bachelor’s Degree
4-Master’s Degree
5- Professional/Doctorate Degree

V70. psavgwag         (average wages of professional sales)

V71. psavgsal

V72. pspaypd          (professional sales pay period)
0-Hourly
1-Weekly
2-Monthly
3-Annual

V73. ptetp            (% of total employment are technical or professional)

V74. ntetp            (Number of total employment are technical or professional)

V75. p50tp            (age 50 and over technical or professional %)

V76. n50tp            (age 50 and over technical or professional #)

V77. p60tp            (age 60 and over technical or professional %)

V78. n60tp            (age 60 and over technical or professional #)

V79. ptpcp            (technical or professional employees who use computers %)

V80. ntpcp            (technical or professional employees who use computers #)

V81. ptpadvcp         (technical or professional employees that make advanced use of
computers %)

V82. ntpadvcp         (technical or professional employees that make advanced use of
computers #)

V83. tpedlvl         (technical or professional normal level of education)
0-Less than High School
1-High School
2-Vocational/Technical Degree
3-Associate/Bachelor’s Degree
4-Master’s Degree
5- Professional/Doctorate Degree

V84. tpavgwag         (average wages of technical or professional)

V85. tpavgsal

V86. tppaypd          (technical or professional pay period)
0-Hourly
1-Weekly
2-Monthly
3-Annual

V87. ptesm            (% of total employment are supervisors and managers)
V88. ntesm           (number of total employment are supervisors and managers)

V89. p50sm           (age 50 and over supervisors and managers %)

V90. n50sm           (age 50 and over supervisors and managers #)

V91. p60sm           (age 60 and over supervisors and managers %)

V92. n60sm           (age 60 and over supervisors and managers #)

V93. psmcp           (supervisors and managers who use computers %)

V94. nsmcp           (supervisors and mangers who use computers #)

V95. psmadvcp        (Supervisors and mangers that make advanced use of computers
%)

V96. nsmadvcp        (Supervisors and mangers that make advanced use of computers #)

V97. smedlvl         (Supervisors and mangers normal level of education)
0-Less than High School
1-High School
2-Vocational/Technical Degree
3-Associate/Bachelor’s Degree
4-Master’s Degree
5- Professional/Doctorate Degree

V98. smavgwag        (average wages of supervisors and managers)

V99. smavgsal

V100. smpaypd        (supervisors and managers pay period)
0-Hourly
1-Weekly
2-Monthly
3-Annual

V101. pempft                (% of employees that are full time)
0:1-25,
1:26-50
2:51-75
3:76-100

V102. pempmale       (% of total employees that are male)
0:1-25
1:26-50
2:51-75
3:76-100

V103. pseasemp   (% employment primarily seasonal)
0-none
1:1-25
2:51-75
3:76-100

V104. opsun      (operate Sunday) (0)

V105. opmon      (operate Monday) (1)

V106. optues     (operate Tuesday) (2)

V107. opwed      (operate Wednesday) (3)

V108. opthurs    (operate Thursday) (4)

V109. opfri      (operate Friday) (5)

V110. opsat      (operate Saturday) (6)

V111. wkday      (normal work hours for majority-Day Shift) (0)

V112. wkaftev    (normal work hours for majority-Afternoon/evening shift) (1)

V113. wkirged    (norm work hours for majority-irregular hours every day) (2)

V114. wknt       (normal work hours for majority-night shift) (3)

V115. wkother    (normal work hours-other) (4)

V116. wkotrps    (specify other normal work hours)

V117. pepnoday   (% employees work other than regular day shift)
0:0
1:1-10
2:11-25
3:26-50
4:51-75
5:76-100

V118. wpsk       (word processing skills are essential to operation) (0)

V119. sssk       (spreadsheet skills are essential to operation) (1)
V120. damtsk      (database management skills are essential to operation) (2)

V121. actgsk      (accounting skills are essential to operation) (3)

V122. netsk       (internet research skills are essential to operation) (4)

V123. emailsk     (e-mail skills are essential to operation) (5)

V124. othersk     (other skills are essential) (6)

V125. otrskps     (specify other essential skills)

V126. itexp       (has firm experienced significant expansion in use of IT in last 3
years)
 0-No
 1-Yes
V127. desexp      (describe expansion)

V128. otrtech     (beside computers, are there other new technologies essential to
your operation)
 0-No
 1-Yes

V129. otrtechp    (specify other new technologies essential to opeation)

V130. mchimpv     (has firm made improvements in type of machinery in last 3 years)
0-No
 1-Yes

V131. desimprv    (describe improvements)

V132. expcont     (has firm experienced expansion, contraction in last 3 years)
0-No
1-Yes

V133. desexptw    (describe expansion)

V134. rtmt        (retirement benefits provided to employees) (0)

V135. health      (health benefits provided to employees) (1)

V136. flxben      (flex benefit plan benefits provided to employees) (2)

V137. flextime    (flex time benefits provided to employees) (3)
V138. pdvac      (paid vacation benefit provided to employees) (4)

V139. otrben     (other benefits provided) (5)

V140. otrbenps   (specify other benefits provided)

V141. emptrng    (have employees participated in any training programs)
0-No
1-Yes

V142. onsttrng   (emp. participated in on site training programs) (0)

V143. ofsttrng   (emp. participated in off site training programs)(1)

V144. ottngcon   (emp. participated with outside training consultant) (2)

V145. pship      (emp. participated in partnership with college or extension service)
(3)

V146. ottrng     (emp. participated in out of town training programs) (4)

V147. onlninst   (emp. participated in online instruction program) (5)

V148. otrtrng    (emp. participated in other training programs) (6)

V149. otrtrgps   (specify other training programs)

V150. firmpd     (Firm paid for training) (0)

V151. govtpd     (Government agency paid for training) (1)

V152. emppd      (Employees paid for training) (2)

V153. otrpdtrn   (other org. paid for training) (3)

V154. trngps     (specify other group that paid for training)

V155. currop     (do you have current job openings)
 0-No
1-Yes

V156. nop        (how many openings)

V157. antop      (do you anticipate openings in next 3 years)
0-No
1-Yes
V158. nantop     (how many anticipated openings)

V159. rtmtop     (openings due to retirement) (0)

V160. expop      (openings due to expansion) (1)

V161. cgbdirop   (openings due to change of business direction) (2)

V162. emptoop    (openings due to anticipated employee turnover) (3)

V163. opdueotr   (openings due to other) (4)

V164. opotrps    (specify other)

V165. antjbrt    (anticipate future job retrenchments in next 3 years)
 0-No
1-Yes

V166. nrt        (how many retrenchments)

V167. autort     (retrenchments due to automation) (0)

V168. busdtrt    (retrenchments due to business downturn) (1)

V169. cgbdorrt   (retrenchments due to change of business direction) (2)

V170. duetootr   (retrenchments due to other) (3)

V171. dueotrps   (specify other reason for retrenchments )

V172. diffpos    (any positions you had difficulty filling in last 3 years)
0-No
1-Yes

V173. unfpos1    (position 1 title)

V174. unfpos2    (position 2 title)

V175. unfpos3    (position 3 title)

V176. aclcrsk    (available candidates lack academic credential or skills for job) (0)

V177. acltrng    (available candidates lack the training for job) (1)
V178. achours         (available candidate wanted to work more or fewer hours than job
requires) (2)

V179. acft            (available candidates want full time work) (3)

V180. acpt            (available candidates want part time work) (4)

V181. acseas          (available candidates want a seasonal job) (5)

V182. acperm          (available candidates want a permanent job) (6)

V183. achwage         (available candidates want a higher wage) (7)

V184. lkcanpos        (lack of candidates who applied for the position) (8)

V185. otrdiff         (other reason for difficulty) (9)

V186. diffps           (specify other reason for difficulty)

V187. ttl1            (title of vacant position #1)

V188. ttl2            (title of vacant position #2)

V189. ttl3            (title of vacant position #3)

V190. nop1            (number of openings for position 1)

V191. nop2            (number of openings for position 2)

V192. nop3            (number of openings for position 3)

V193. yrop1           (anticipated year of opening for position 1)

V194. yrop2           (anticipated year of opening for position 2)

V195. yrop3           (anticipated year of opening for position 3)

V196. edlvl1          (level of education required for position 1)
0-Less than High School
1-High School or equivalent
2-Vocational or Technical Degree
3-Associate’s Degree
4-Bachelor’s Degree
5- Master’s Degree
6-Professional or doctorate degree
V197. edlvl2          (level of education required for position 2)
0-Less than High School
1-High School or equivalent
2-Vocational or Technical Degree
3-Associate’s Degree
4-Bachelor’s Degree
5- Master’s Degree
6-Professional or doctorate degree

V198. edlvl3          (level of education required for position 3)
0-Less than High School
1-High School or equivalent
2-Vocational or Technical Degree
3-Associate’s Degree
4-Bachelor’s Degree
5- Master’s Degree
6-Professional or doctorate degree
V199. tempop1         (temporary opening-position 1)

V200. tempop2         (temporary opening-position 2)

V201. tempop3         (temporary opening-position 3)

V202. seasop1         (seasonal opening-position 1)

V203. seasop2         (seasonal opening-position 2)

V204. seasop3         (seasonal opening-position 3)

V205. ftop1           (full time opening-position 1)

V206. ftop2           (full time opening-position 2)

V207. ftop3           (full time opening-position 3)

V208. daysop1         (day shift opening-position 1)

V209. daysop2         (day shift opening-position 2)

V210. daysop3         (day shift opening-position 3)

V211. strreq1         (skilled trade required-position 1)
0-No
1-Yes

V212. spectr1         (specify skilled trade)
V213. streq2     (skilled trade required-position 2)
0-No
1-Yes

V214. spectr2    (specify skilled trade)

V215. streq3     (skilled trade required-position 3)
0-No
1-Yes

V216. spectr3    (specify skilled trade)

V217. procreq1   (professional certification/occupational license required-position 1)
0-No
1-Yes

V218. specpc1    (specify)

V219. procreq2   (professional certification/occupational license required-position 2)
0-No
1-Yes

V220. specpc2    (specify)

V221. procreq3   (professional certification/occupational license required-position
3)
 0-No
 1-Yes

V222. specpc3    (specify)

V223. wkstrng1   (on job training required in weeks-position 1)

V224. wkstrng2   (on job training required in weeks-position 2)

V225. wkstrng3   (on job training required in weeks-position 3)

V226. bcpreq1    (basic use of computer required-position 1)
0-No
1-Yes

V227. bcpreq2    (basic use of computer required-position 2)
0-No
1-Yes
V228. bcpreq3    (basic use of computer required-position 3)
0-No
1-Yes

V229. advcp1     (advanced use of computer required-position 1)
 0-No,
1-Yes

V230. advcp2     (advanced use of computer required-position 2)
0-No
1-Yes

V231. advcp3     (advanced use of computer required-position 3)
0-No
1-Yes

V232. psskreq1   (public speaking skills required-position 1)
0-No
1-Yes

V233. psskreq2   (public speaking skills required-position 2)
0-No
1-Yes

V234. psskreq3   (public speaking skills required-position 3)
0-No
1-Yes

V235. promop1    (opportunities for promotion-position 1)
0-No
1-Yes

V236. promop2    (opportunities for promotion-position 2)
0-No
1-Yes

V237. promop3    (opportunities for promotion-position 3)
0-No
1-Yes

V238. timeop1    (how many months have you been trying to fill position 1)

V239. timeop2    (how many months have you been trying to fill position 2)

V240. timeop3    (how many months have you been trying to fill position 3)
V241. hwmsop1    (what is hourly or monthly salary-position 1)

V242. hwmsop2    (what is hourly or monthly salary-position 2)

V243. hwmsop3    (what is hourly or monthly salary-position 3)

V244. hbrbop1    (health benefits or retirements benefits offered-position 1)
0-No
1-Yes

V245. hbrbop2    (health benefits of retirements benefits offered-position 2)
0-No
1-Yes

V246. hbrbop3    (health benefits of retirement benefits offered-position 3)
0-No
1-Yes

V247. vacwm      (fill vacancies by word of mouth) (0)

V248. vaclea     (fill vacancies by local employment agency) (1)

V249. vacptj     (fill vacancies by professional trade journals) (2)

V250. vacajs     (fill vacancies by active job seekers) (3)

V251. vacfirm    (fill vacancies by hiring from within the firm) (4)

V252. vacln      (fill vacancies by local newspaper) (5)

V253. vaclnps    (specify local newspaper)

V254. vacrn      (fill vacancies by regional newspaper) (6)

V255. vacrnps    (specify regional newspaper)

V256. otrvac     (fill vacancies by other) (7)

V257. specotr    (specify other)

V258. adjflxhr   (would you adjust your work to offer flexible hours to individual
employees) (0)

V259. adjsfttm   (adjust work by changing shift time) (1)

V260. adjseas    (adjust work by changing seasonal work flows) (2)
V261. paycmal        (would you be willing to pay commuting allowance)
0-No
1-Yes

V262. maxcmal        (maximum amount you are willing to pay)

V263. intonst        (interested in participating in on site training programs) (0)

V264. intoffst       (interested in off site training programs) (1)

V265. intoscon       (interested in outside training consultant) (2)

V266. intpship       (interested in partnership with college or extension service) (3)

V267. intotrng       (interested in out of town training programs) (4)

V268. intonlin       (interested in on line instruction program) (5)

V269. intotrtrg      (interested in other training ) (6)

V270. specotrt       (specify other)

V271. tcpdfirm       (interested in training programs if costs paid by your firm or
organization) (0)

V272. tcpdemp        (interested in training programs if costs were paid by employees)
(1)

V273. tcpdgovt (interested in training programs if costs were paid by a government
agency) (2)

V274. comments (comments about labor market in west central Minnesota or survey)

								
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