Jordan Labor Market Panel Survey: Household Questionnaire

Jordan Labor Market Panel Survey: Household Questionnaire uses 7 self-reported items from the 2016 Jordan Labor Market Survey, which is a nationally representative, multi-dimensional survey conducted across Jordan. This measure captures type and duration of transportation used to reach public services as well as education continuity. Navigational aspects (i.e. skip-out patterns and next question sequences) have not been included on this page but can be viewed on the original questionnaire located here.


Geographies Tested: Jordan

Populations Included: Female, Male

Age Range: Adolescents, Adults, Children


  1. What is most-used type of transportation available and the length of the trip to the nearest of the following public services?

    • Primary School
    • Secondary School
    • Government Health Center
    • Hospital

    Response Options:
    By Foot - 1
    Public transportation - 2
    Taxi - 3
    Bicycle - 4
    Personal Carmotorcycle - 5
    Multiple means - 6
    Other (specify) *if 97, provide textbox - 97
    Don't know - 98

  2. Length of trip (in minutes) (corresponds to each of the above services)

    Response Options:
    Numerical text box: __
    Don't know = 998

  3. Did you discontinue your education for a period longer than 6 months and then resume?

    Response Options:
    Yes - 1
    No - 2
    Don't know - 98

  4. How many times did you discontinue your education for more than 6 months and then resume?

    Response Options:
    Once - 1
    Twice - 2
    More than Twice - 3
    Don't know - 98

Scoring Procedures

Not Applicable

Original Citation

Jordan Labor Market Survey. (2016). Household Questionnaire.

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