A new conceptual perspective has been added in recent survey by following the dynamic changes in the level of living experienced by individuals during the course of their lifetime, e.g. their occupational career, family (cohabitation, marriages, children), housing mobility etc. Standard questions asked about living conditions of respondents - e.g. health status, education, employment, working conditions, economic resources, housing standards, leisure activities, and safety of life and possessions. Some demographic data about spouse/partner, father and mother of respondent are given, including education, ethnicity and occupation. Migrations are described. Another topic deals with residential standard and quality of dwelling environment. Respondents with children were asked about child day-care or about school activities. Health, medical aid needed, physical well-being, smoking, eating and drinking habits represents another area. Work satisfaction with past and current work, quality of employment, education and income were also included. The composition and economic situation of household is described. Respondents reported on their leisure and recreation activities and holidays, victim of criminal acts and exposure to shocking experiences. Finally general well-being and satisfaction and the sense of anomie is assessed. Personal data include sex, age, ethnic background and education, church attendance and region.