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Big Data as a new source of Labour Market Information

Please answer all questions.

1. Which of the following best describes the organisation you work for?
2. Are you a user of quantitative information (e.g. at least tables of data)?
3. Is your organisation a user of quantitative information?
4. If you are a user can you answer for?
5. If you are NOT A USER can you answer for your organisation?

If no to [5], please go to end of questionnaire and click 'Send Form'.

If you are answering for your self read the questions as if they relate to you / If you are answering for your organisation read the questions as if they relate to your organisation:

6. If any, what are the (up to five) main quantitative data sets you/your organisation use(s) directly or indirectly (e.g. you use tables prepared from them):

7. Do you / your organisation (click as many as suitable):

8. Which measures (up to 5 items of labour market information) do you feel are weakest your / your organisation’s purposes:

9. Are they the weakest because (click as many as suitable):

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