- Questionnaire Text
- UnHarmonized Variables
This variable is not available for any of the currently selected samples.
For employed persons age 15 and older who use a computer at work, CIWOTH indicates whether the person mentioned "other" as one of the uses of their computer at work.
In 1989, "other" indicates a use of the computer at work other than bookkeeping, Computer-Assisted Design, calendar/scheduling, electronic mail, inventory control, programming, desktop publishing, communications, analysis, spreadsheets, sales, games, invoicing, graphics, databases, and instruction.
In 1993, "other" indicates a use of the computer at work other than analysis, bookkeeping, bulletin boards, calendar/scheduling, communications, computer assisted design, databases, desktop publishing, educational programs, electronic mail, graphics, inventory control, invoicing, learning to use the computer, programming, sales, spreadsheets, telemarketing, and word processing.
In 1997, "other" indicates a use of the computer at work other than word processing, calendar/scheduling, email and communications, bookkeeping, customer records and accounts, inventory control, invoicing, sales and marketing, desktop publishing, graphics and design, analysis, programming, spreadsheets, and databases.
In 2001, "other" indicates a use of the computer at work other than word processing or desktop publishing, internet or email, calendar/schedule, use spreadsheet or database, graphics or design, and programming.
The frequencies in the original data for this variable before 1994 are inconsistent due to a coding error in which some respondents were incorrectly categorized as NIU. Users should use pre-1994 samples with caution.
This variable is part of the Computer Internet Supplement.
- Employed persons age 15+ who use a computer at work.