Unpaid welfare work, survey on living conditions

07745: Caregiving, by sex and education level 2002 - 2015
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Information

Latest update
2016-09-15
Contact
Lotte Rustad Thorsen, Statistics Norway
+47 2109 4646
lrt@ssb.no

Unit
Caregiving:
per cent or hours
Reference time
Caregiving:
31.12.
Source
Statistics Norway
Database
External PROD
Footnotes

Footnotes

type of care
Given help with buying groceries, last 4 weeks, to parents who need help (per cent)
In 2008 persons with parents living in institutions are excluded. Since 2012, these persons are included.
Given help with cleaning, last 4 weeks to parents who need help (per cent)
In 2008 persons with parents living in institutions are excluded. Since 2012, these persons are included.
Given other practical help, last 4 weeks to parents who need help (per cent)
In 2008 persons with parents living in institutions are excluded. Since 2012, these persons are included.
Given care/supervision, last 4 weeks to parents who need help (per cent)
In 2008 persons with parents living in institutions are excluded. Since 2012, these persons are included.
Given assistance with home care services, last 4 weeks to parents who need help (per cent
In 2008 persons with parents living in institutions are excluded. Since 2012, these persons are included.
level of education
Upper secondary education
Upper secondary education includes intermediate level courses based on completed upper secondary level, but which are not accredited as tertiary education.

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