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Table 6 Disclosure of Social Security Numbers

From: Reconciling findings on the employment effect of disability insurance

Panel Wave SSN non-disclosure SSN disclosure
Percentage N Percentage N
1984 1 13.58 1578 86.42 10011
1990 1 7.9 1048 92.1 11590
1991 1 11.31 929 88.69 7562
1992 1 11.5 1236 88.5 10214
1993 1 12.26 1360 87.74 10239
1996 2 15.2 2971 84.8 16996
1996 3 15.08 2896 84.92 16535
1996 4 15.27 2837 84.73 15956
1996 5 15.17 2755 84.83 15383
1996 6 15.17 2649 84.83 14861
1996 7 15.24 2597 84.76 14396
1996 8 15.47 2625 84.53 14224
1996 9 15.47 2563 84.53 13971
1996 10 15.39 2517 84.61 13746
1996 11 15.49 2516 84.51 13600
1996 12 15.75 2578 84.25 13597
2001 2 37.86 6234 62.14 10280
2001 3 38.78 6178 61.22 9876
2001 4 38.64 6088 61.36 9685
2001 5 39.43 6122 60.57 9415
2001 6 39.51 6170 60.49 9343
2001 7 39.77 6138 60.23 9244
2001 8 39.94 6071 60.06 9046
2001 9 40.19 5940 59.81 8783
2004 1 23.65 5231 76.35 20021
2004 2 21.09 4374 78.91 19093
2004 3 20.19 4049 79.81 18428
2004 4 19.31 3813 80.69 18093
2004 5 18.23 3531 81.77 17840
2004 6 17.16 3281 82.84 17636
2004 7 16.06 3081 83.94 17471
  1. Note - Data source is SIPP panels 1984-2004 matched to administrative records. Table entries are for men, 25-61 years old. We exclude from the sample: (i) men who have been in the military; (ii) men who have applied or are currently applying only for SSI; and (iii) men who are currently applying for DI/SSI or who were beneficiaries for DI. Details concerning sample selection see Appendix A. Original person-month weights provided by Census have been used to compute percentages.