Living, working and COVID-19
Eurofound’s e-survey, Living, working and COVID-19, provides a snapshot of the impact of the pandemic on people’s lives, with the aim of helping policymakers to bring about an equal recovery from the crisis. Two rounds of this unique survey have been carried out to date, allowing for comparison between the first round launched on 9 April, when most Member States were in lockdown, and the second round in July, when society and economies were slowly re-opening.
- Discipline: Social, Education, Health, Psychology, Other
- Research Method: Quantitative
- Research Design: Open survey (self-selected)
- Collection Status: Results published, Closed data collection, Data accessible
Ziel der Studie
The survey examined quality of life and quality of society during this difficult time, with questions ranging from life satisfaction, happiness and optimism, to health and levels of trust in institutions. Respondents were also asked about their work situation, their work–life balance and use of teleworking during the COVID-19 crisis. In the second round, people were also asked about job quality and health and safety at work, online schooling, use of online services, as well as the extent to which they had requested and availed of government support schemes during the pandemic.
- Fieldwork: Round 1: 9 April–1 May 2020; Round 2: 22 June–27 July 2020
- Sample size: Round 1: 86,457 (63,354 complete responses for EU27); Round 2: 31,732 (24,123 complete responses for EU27)
- Target population: People aged 18 and over
- Spatial coverage of the data visualisation: EU27
- Data collection mode: Online
- Respondent recruitment: Snowballing and advertisements on social media
- Publisher: Eurofound