The Age 30 Survey took place between 1999 and 2000. The survey sought to continue to follow your journey through adulthood. Just over 11,000 of you took part.
The Age 30 Survey involved a 60-minute interview which for the first time was conducted using a computer.
We asked you about your family life, where you lived, what kind of work you did, any qualifications you had obtained, any training you had done, your use of computers, your health, smoking, drinking, exercise, involvement with community groups, voting, attitudes and values.