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Perception of Time 2021

RDC News: January 2022

Saturday hours for January, a job posting, and a new data set.

Jan 04, 2022

Saturday Hours - On Demand

This month we will be offering on-demand Saturday hours.  We will be open on an 'appointment' basis, only if requested - this will be done through the online booking system (at booked.mcmaster.ca/rdc/

Offered dates for Saturday hours this month are:

  • Saturday, January 22nd - 12pm to 4pm

 

Job posting - Health Research Methodologist

The Offord Centre for Child Studies and the Centre for Health Economics and Policy Analysis are seeking a highly motivated Health Research Methodologist to provide an independent evaluation on the delivery and outcomes of autism services in Ontario. 

More information can be found in this job description or online. Please feel free to circulate this posting to interested parties, or apply online at hr.mcmaster.ca/careers/.

 

 

New data sets at the RDC: 

Canadian Social Survey – Well-being, Activities and Perception of Time 2021 (CSS-WAPT)

The Canadian Social Survey – Well-being, Activities and Perception of Time 2021 (CSS-WAPT) collected information about satisfaction with various facets of life, leisure activities, time pressures and Internet use. Results from the survey will provide important information about the well-being of people in Canada and help decision makers develop programs and policies that will best serve all Canadians.

The CSS-WAPT is the second survey in the CSS series of topics; the other topics in the series are COVID-19 and Well-being and Well-being, Unpaid Work and Family Time.

More information on this survey can be found HERE.

If you would like more information on how to submit a proposal for access to this data see https://www.statcan.gc.ca/eng/microdata/data-centres/access.  For more information about the RDC program please contact your local RDC analyst.