Householders in several districts in St. Michael, Christ Church, and St. Philip will be interviewed next week when they are visited by field officers working with the Enhanced Continuous Labour Force Sample Survey.
The Christ Church districts to be visited include Club Morgan, Amity Lodge, Rendezvous, Maxwell Hill, Silver Hill Housing Area, Fairholme Gardens, Gall Hill, Kingsland, Water Street, Lodge Road, Durants, Enterprise, Inch Marlow, Chancery Lane and Sayes Court.
Interviews will also be conducted in the St. Philip districts of Ebenezer, Brereton, Carrington, Merricks and Wellhouse.
Field officers will visit the St. Michael districts of Baxter???s Road, Westbury, Holder???s Land, Deacons, Grazettes Road, Spooner???s Hill, Long Gap, Black Rock Road, White Hall, Cave Hill, Clermont, Husbands, Cutting Road, Tichbourne, Howells Cross Road and Two Mile Hill.
In addition, they will gather information from households at Hothersal Turning, Friendship, Exchange Road, Tudor Bridge, Eagle Hall, Station Hill, Waterford Road, Bush Hall Main Road, Tweedside Road, Welches, My Lord???s Hill, Government Hill, The Ivy, Dalkeith, Beckles Road and Wildey.
This survey is being conducted by the Barbados Statistical Service, in collaboration with the Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation, under its Skills for the Future Programme. The exercise, which is being conducted in 120 enumeration districts across Barbados, ends on Tuesday, June 30. Field officers will be wearing picture identification cards.