Householders in several districts in St. John, St. James, St. Philip, St. Lucy, St. George and St. Peter will be interviewed from next Monday, June 8, by visiting field officers working with the Enhanced Continuous Labour Force Sample Survey.
The St. James districts to be visited will include Carlton, Douglin Road, Prior Park, Husbands, Thorpe???s Road, Waterhall Tenantry Road, St. Silas, Holetown, Sunset Crest, Haynesville Housing Area, Appleby Gardens, Derricks, Prospect, and Husbands Heights Road.
Interviews will also be conducted in the St. John districts of Coach Hill, Colleton, Welch Road, Pot House, Guinea Plantation Road, and Massiah Street to Woodland Road and Plantation.
Field officers will also travel to the St. Philip areas of Farm and Congo Road, Marchfield Road to Six Cross Road and St. Philip Church to Cliff Plantation.
They will also gather information from households in the St. George districts of Dash Valley, Salters Tenantry, Monroe Road, Salters Main Road to Constant Road, and Glebe to Gun Hill.
The St. Lucy districts to be visited are Maycocks Terrace, Bromefield to Husbands, Animal Flower Cave Road to Flatfield, Northumberland Road, River Bay Road, Josey Hill to Alexandra, and Lamberts Road to Pie Corner Road to Clement Road.
In addition, the St. Peter areas of Farm Road, Millar Road, Nile Road, Battaleys No. 2 to Speightstown Bypass Road, Cemetery Lane No. 2, South Drive, Church Street, and Ashton Hall Road to the Whim Road will be visited.
The survey is being conducted by the Barbados Statistical Service, in association 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.