which they were trained on:
1. The art of conducting an interview and asking respondents questions.
2. How to reach out to households through using maps.
3. Explain the concepts and definitions adopted in the Survey.
4. Explain the concepts of the questionnaire.
5. How to fill out the questionnaire.
6. How to use PDA and the online questionnaire as well as complete the required data fields by households electronically.
The fieldwork will continue for a month and a half, over which the process of collecting data on the characteristics of labor force in the State (Qatari and non-Qatari) distributed by municipality will take place.
This Survey aims to:
1. Estimate the size of manpower and labor force in the Society.
2. Distribute labor force by characteristics.
3.Measure employment and unemployment capacity in the Society and determine the characteristics and trends of the unemployed.
4. Examine the relationship between the career and scientific specialization.
5. Identify why are youth reluctant to work in the private sector or crafts.
6. Provide updated database and all information and statistics required in this field.
7. Provide the latest indicators of labor force, on which the formulation of policies and strategies relating to labor force in the State will rely. This will enhance developmental and planning programs, and link it to labor market needs of different social and economic sectors.
Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey aims to monitor relevant samples that have common geographical distributions, economic activities, customs and traditions. This is to observe the progress made in public health, education, child protection, health and nutrition, maternal health, newborn care, information technology, telecommunications, multimedia, and recreational means as well as places.
Also this survey measures levels of satisfaction with various aspects of life,
so as to achieve the objectives and purposes of Multiple Indicator Cluster
Survey's work program at the local, national and international levels, that
international organizations exemplified by UNICEF aim to reach.
This survey enhances statistical capacity by collecting, analyzing and disseminating data in accordance with adopted standards and principles, such as sex, age and type. In addition it enhances statistical capacity by collecting some data that are not extrapolated from other surveys, which results in getting results that benefit the first place QSA in terms of progress and updating process, which in turn contribute to the development of databases.
Both Surveys will be carried out using the sampling method, which includes Qatari, non-Qatari and collective households as well as labor gatherings. It will be carried out by a number of researchers, supervisors and inspectors under the supervision and guidance of Survey Office. Electronic systems were developed for monitoring the fieldwork progress on a daily basis, which will be reflected positively on cutting short the period of fieldwork and ensuring the quality of entered data. Such data is reviewed electronically and through the auto-correct data errors tools that have been programmed and saved in PDA, which helps in detecting errors when inserting any statement. This is because all questions are linked to each other according to the answer to each question, which ensures increased accuracy and consistency in data entry, and thus speed up the process of getting results. This contributes to formulating developmental programs and future plans, in line with practicality and the State's directions in various sectors related to the strategies of development of Qatar National Vision 2030. This support its four pillars with reliable indicators, and helps in setting a timetable based on its directions for implementing quality-based plans.