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The Civil Servants’ Living Condition Survey



Economic Statistics Division, Socio-Economic Statistics Branch, Household Income-Expenditure Section.
Tel : (66) (2) 281-0333 ext. 1809-1811     Fax: 281-8617
Director : ecodiv@nso.go.th
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The National Statistical Office has conducted the Civil Servantsí Living Condition Survey biennially since 1989, requested by the Office of the Civil Service Commission. This 2001 survey is the seventh survey of this kind.
The objective of the survey is to collect information on civil servantsí household income and expenditure, liabilities, housing characteristics and living conditions, social welfare and benefits, as well as attitude towards governmentís compensation. The government could use these data as a guide line in formulating an appropriate compensation scheme.

Summary tables

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Table 1 Average monthly income and expenditures of civil servants' family by group of position classification: 1991 - 2001
Table 2 Percentage of civil servants having debt and average value of debt by group of position classification: 1991 - 2001
Table 3 Average monthly income of civil servants' family by group of income of civil servants' family by type of income and group of position classification: : 2001
Table 4 Average and group of position classification in 2001E monthly expeditures of civil servants' family by type of expenditures in 2001
Table 5 Monthly income and expenditures of civil servants' family by group of position classification and region in - 2001
Table 6 Percentage of having debt of civil servants family and amount of debt per family by group of position classification and region in 2001

Coverage

This survey covers the civil servants level 1 to 8 of all regions (excluding local civil servants, state attornys, juridical counsellors, military servants, polices, teacher civil servants and political servants).

Sample Design

A Stratified Random Sampling was adopted for the survey. Regions and Greater Bangkok Metropolitan were constituted strata; there were altogether 5 strata and civil servants were sampling units.

Survey Items

The survey items are as follows:
  1. General and housing characteristics
  2. Income, expenditures and liabilities
  3. Attitude towards welfare and other benefits obtained from government

Data Collection

All sampled civil servants were interviewed during March to April of the survey year. (The 2001 were interviewed during 1 Feb. - Mar. 2001)

Data Presentation

The survey results were published for the whole kingdom publication. The data presented were classified into region by sex and group of position level.