Families and Work Institute’s National Study of the Changing Workforce (NSCW) is the only ongoing study of its kind or scale, providing valuable, timely information on the work and personal/family lives of the U.S. workforce. Conducted approximately every five years, the NSCW provides 30-year trend data (from 1977 to 2008) of life on and off the job. The study is widely used by policy makers, employers, the media and others interested in the widespread impacts of the changing conditions of work and home life. (http://www.whenworkworks.org/be-effective/resources/national-study-of-th...)
Duke currently possesses data for 1997, 2002, and 2008.
Access to NSCW data is limited to enrolled students, staff, faculty and instructors at Duke University. These data may not be redistributed to third parties.