Dataset: International Social Survey Programme: Role of Government I-IV ADD ON - ISSP 1985-1990-1996-2006

Variable AU_OCC85: R occupation national: Australia

Literal Question

ZA1490: V110

Australia: National occupation codes


-9999 ‘Inadequately described’
-2 Country specific variable not applicable for this country
0 ‘Never worked’
1000 ‘Managers and administrators’
1101 ‘Parliamentarians, councillors and government representatives'
1103 Judges, magistrates and mediators
1201 General managers
1300 Specialist managers
1301 Finance managers
1303 Sales and marketing managers
1305 Production managers
1307 Supply and distribution managers
1309 Personnel and industrial relations managers
1311 Data processing managers
1313 Public policy managers
1315 Directors of nursing
1317 Education managers
1319 Commissioned officers
1333 undocumented
1399 ‘Other specialist managers’
1401 ‘Farmers and farm managers’
1500 Managing supervisors, sales and service
1501 ‘Shop managers’
1503 ‘Restaurant and catering managing supervisors’
1505 ‘Accommodation and tavern managing supervisors’
1507 ‘Financial institution branch managers’
1599 ‘Other managing supervisors’
1601 ‘Managing supervisors’
2000 Professionals
2100 Natural scientists
2101 ‘Chemists’
2103 ‘Geologists and geophysicists’
2105 ‘Physicists’
2107 ‘Life scientists’
2109 ‘Medical testing professionals’
2199 ‘Other natural scientists’
2200 ‘Building professionals and engineers’
2201 ‘Architects and landscape architects’
2203 ‘Quantity surveyors’
2205 ‘Cartographers and surveyors’
2207 ‘Chemical Engineers’
2209 ‘Civil engineering’
2211 ‘Electrical and electronics engineers’
2213 ‘Mechanical engineers’
2215 ‘Mining engineers’
2217 ‘Metallurgists and materials scientists’
2219 ‘Other engineers’
2301 ‘General medical practitioners’
2303 ‘Specialist medical practitioners’
2305 ‘Dental practitioners’
2307 ‘Pharmacists’
2309 ‘Occupational therapists’
2311 ‘Optometrists’
2313 ‘Physiotherapists’
2315 ‘Speech pathologists’
2317 ‘Chiropractors and osteopaths’
2319 ‘Podiatrists’
2321 ‘Radiographers’
2323 ‘Veterinarians’
2399 ‘Other health diagnosis and treatment practitioners’
2400 ‘School teachers’
2401 ‘Pre-primary school teachers’
2403 ‘Primary school teachers’
2405 ‘Secondary school teachers’
2407 ‘Special Education teachers’
2500 ‘Other teachers and instructors’
2501 ‘University and CAE teachers’
2503 ‘TAFE teachers’
2505 ‘Extra-systemic teachers and instructors’
2601 ‘Social workers’
2603 ‘Counsellors’
2605 ‘Lawyers’
2607 ‘Ministers of religion’
2701 ‘Accountants’
2703 ‘Public relations officers’
2705 ‘Personnel specialists’
2707 ‘Computing professionals’
2799 ‘Other business professionals’
2801 ‘Painters, sculptors and related professionals’
2803 ‘Photographers’
2805 ‘Designers and illustrators’
2807 ‘Journalists’
2809 ‘Authors and related professionals’
2811 ‘Film, television and stage directors’
2813 ‘Dancers and choreographers’
2815 ‘Musicians, composers and related professionals’
2817 ‘Actors and related professionals’
2819 ‘Announcers’
2900 ‘Miscellaneous professionals’
2901 ‘Economists’
2903 ‘Psychologists’
2905 ‘Education researchers and related professionals’
2907 ‘Other social scientists’
2909 ‘Mathematicians, statisticians and actuaries’
2911 ‘Librarians’
2999 ‘Other professionals’
3000 Para-Professionals
3101 Medical technical officers and technicians
3103 ‘Science technical officers and technicians’
3200 ‘Engineering and building associates and technicians’
3201 ‘Electrical and electronic engineering associates and technicians’
3203 ‘Civil engineering associates and technicians’
3205 ‘Mechanical engineering associates and technicians’
3207 ‘Building, architectural and surveying associates and technicians’
3299 ‘Other engineering and building associates and technicians’
3301 ‘Aircraft pilots’
3303 ‘Air transport operating support workers’
3305 ‘Ship’s pilots and deck officers’
3307 ‘Marine engineers and surveyors’
3401 ‘REGistered nurses’
3501 ‘Police’
3901 ‘Welfare para-professionals’
3903 ‘Performing arts support workers’
3905 ‘Inspectors and REGulatory officers’
3907 ‘Child care co-ordinators’
3909 ‘Ambulance officers’
3911 ‘Prison officers’
3913 ‘Procurement officers’
3915 ‘Sportspersons and related workers’
3999 ‘Other para-professionals’
4000 Tradespersons
4101 ‘Toolmakers’
4103 ‘Metal fitters and machinists’
4200 Other metal tradespersons
4201 ‘Forging tradespersons’
4203 ‘Sheetmetal tradespersons’
4205 ‘Structural steel, boilermaking and welding tradespersons’
4207 ‘Metal casting tradespersons’
4209 ‘Metal finishing tradespersons’
4211 ‘Aircraft maintenace engineers’
4213 ‘Precision metal tradespersons’
4300 Electrical and electronics tradespersons
4301 ‘Electrical powerline tradespersons’
4303 ‘Electrical fitters’
4305 ‘Automotive electricians’
4307 ‘Refrigeration and air-conditioning mechanics’
4309 ‘Electrical mechanics’
4311 ‘Communication equipment tradespersons’
4313 ‘Radio and television servicers’
4315 ‘Office equipment and computer servicers’
4399 ‘Other electrical and electronics tradespersons’
4401 ‘Carpenters and joiners’
4403 ‘Bricklayers’
4405 ‘Painters, decorators and signwriters’
4407 ‘Plasterers’
4409 ‘Plumbers’
4411 ‘Roof slaters and tilers’
4413 ‘Wall and floor tilers’
4501 ‘Compositors’
4503 ‘Graphic reproduction tradespersons’
4505 ‘Printing machinists’
4507 ‘Binders and finishers’
4509 ‘Stereotypers and electrotypers’
4511 ‘Screen printers’
4600 Vehicle tradespersons
4601 ‘Vehicle mechanics’
4603 ‘Panel beaters’
4605 ‘Vehicle painters’
4607 ‘Vehicle body makers’
4609 ‘Vehicle trimmers’
4701 ‘Meat tradespersons’
4703 ‘Bakers and pastrycooks’
4705 ‘Cooks’
4799 ‘Other food tradespersons’
4800 Amenity horticultural tradespersons
4801 ‘Nurserymen or women’
4803 ‘Greenkeepers’
4805 ‘Gardeners’
4900 ‘Miscellaneous tradespersons’
4901 ‘Wood machinists and turners’
4903 ‘Cabinetmakers’
4905 ‘Other wood tradespersons’
4907 ‘Marine construction tradespersons’
4909 ‘Blasting tradespersons’
4911 ‘Garment tradespersons’
4913 ‘Upholsterers and bedding tradespersons’
4915 ‘Shoemaking and repairing tradespersons’
4917 ‘Other leather and canvas tradespersons’
4919 ‘Floor coverers’
4921 ‘Glass tradespersons’
4923 ‘Jewellery and precious metalware tradespersons’
4925 ‘Craftworkers’
4927 ‘Hairdressers’
4929 ‘Sheep shearers’
4931 ‘Animal trainers’
4999 ‘Other tradespersons’
5000 ‘Clerks’
5101 ‘Office secretaries and stenographers’
5103 ‘Typists and typist-clerks’
5105 ‘Word processing operators’
5201 ‘Data processing machine operators’
5203 ‘Business machine operators’
5300 Numerical clerks
5301 ‘Accounting clerks’
5303 ‘Insurance and broking clerks’
5305 ‘Statistical and actuarial clerks’
5401 ‘Library and filing clerks’
5403 ‘Mail sorters’
5499 ‘Other filing, sorting and copying clerks’
5501 ‘Production recording clerks’
5503 ‘Transport recording and despatching clerks’
5505 ‘Stock and purchasing clerks’
5601 ‘Receptionists and information clerks’
5603 ‘Telephonists’
5605 ‘Messengers and delivery officers’
5901 ‘Collection clerks’
5903 ‘Teachers’ aides’
5905 ‘Personnel clerks’
5907 ‘Legal and related clerks’
5909 ‘Postal clerks and officers’
5999 ‘Other clerks’
6000 ‘Salespersons and personal service workers’
6100 Investment, insurance and real estate
6101 ‘Securities and finance dealers’
6103 ‘Insurance brokers and agents’
6105 ‘Real estate salespersons and property managers’
6199 ‘Other investment, insurance and real estate salespersons’
6201 ‘Sales representatives’
6301 ‘Sales assistants’
6401 ‘Tellers’
6403 ‘Cashiers’
6405 ‘‘Ticket salespersons’
6501 ‘Street vendors, canvassers and sales drivers’
6503 ‘Bar attendants’
6505 ‘Waiters and waitresses’
6507 ‘Travel agents’
6599 ‘Other salespersons’
6601 ‘Child care, refuge and related workers’
6603 ‘Enrolled nurses’
6605 ‘Dental nurses’
6607 ‘Home companions and aides’
6609 ‘‘Travel stewards’
6699 ‘Other personal service workers’
7000 ‘Plant and machine operators, and drivers’
7101 ‘Bus and tram drivers’
7103 ‘Autombile drivers’
7105 ‘Truck drivers’
7107 ‘Locomotive drivers’
7200 Mobile plant operators (except transport)
7201 ‘Excavating and earthmoving plant operators’
7203 ‘Forklift and related drivers’
7205 ‘Logging plant operators’
7207 ‘Paving and surfacing plant operators’
7209 ‘Agricultural plant operators’
7211 ‘Fire fighters’
7299 ‘Other mobile plant operators, except transport’
7300 Stationary plant operators
7301 ‘Power generation plant operators’
7303 ‘‘Engine and boiler operators, except power generation’
7305 ‘Chemical plant operators’
7307 ‘Petroleum and gas plant operators’
7309 ‘Bulk materials handling plant operators’
7311 ‘Crane operators’
7313 ‘Hoist, winch and lift operators’
7315 ‘Furnance and kiln operators’
7317 ‘Drilling plant operators’
7399 ‘Other stationary plant operators’
7400 Machine operators
7401 ‘Basic metal products machine operators’
7403 ‘Metal press operators’
7405 ‘Other metal products machine operators’
7407 ‘Plastics production machine operators’
7409 ‘Rubber production machine operators’
7411 ‘Chemical production machine operators’
7413 ‘Wood processing machine operators’
7415 ‘Paper and paper products machine operators’
7417 ‘Glass production machine operators’
7419 ‘Clay and stone processing machine operators’
7421 ‘Yarn production machine operators’
7423 ‘Hide and skin processing machine operators’
7425 ‘Fabric production machine operators’
7427 ‘Textile sewing machinists’
7429 ‘Shoemaking machine operators’
7431 ‘Food processing machine operators’
7433 ‘Packaging machine operators’
7435 ‘Photographic products machine operators’
7499 ‘Other machine operators’
8000 ‘Labourers and related workers’
8100 ‘Trades assistants and factory hands’
8101 ‘Trades assistants’
8103 ‘Assemblers’
8105 ‘Hand packers’
8107 ‘Industrial spray painters’
8109 ‘Quality controllers’
8199 ‘Other trades assistants and factory hands’
8201 ‘Farm hands and assistants’
8203 ‘Forestry labourers’
8205 ‘Nursery and garden labourers’
8299 ‘Other agricultural labourers and related workers’
8301 ‘Cleaners’
8400 Construction and mining labourers
8401 ‘Installation workers’
8403 ‘Concrete workers’
8405 ‘Structural steel and related construction labourers’
8407 ‘Earthmoving labourers’
8409 ‘Paving and surfacing labourers’
8411 ‘Survey hands’
8413 ‘Railway labourers’
8415 ‘Mining and mineral ore treating labourers’
8499 ‘Other construction and mining labourers’
8900 Miscellaneous labourers and related workers
8901 ‘Ushers and door attendants’
8903 ‘Luggage porters’
8905 ‘Garbage collectors’
8907 ‘Storemen or women’
8909 ‘Freight and furniture handlers’
8911 ‘Guards and security officers’
8913 ‘Caretakers’
8915 ‘Housekeepers’
8917 ‘Laundry workers’
8919 ‘Kitchenhands’
8921 ‘Ward helpers’
8923 ‘Vehicle accessories fitters’
8925 ‘Fishermen or women, deckhands'and seamen or women’
8999 ‘Other labourers and related workers’


Values Categories N
1000 ‘Managers and administrators’ 1
 0.1%
1101 ‘Parliamentarians, councillors and government representative 0
 0.0%
1103 Judges, magistrates and mediators 0
 0.0%
1201 General managers 10
 0.9%
1300 Specialist managers 0
 0.0%
1301 Finance managers 5
 0.4%
1303 Sales and marketing managers 6
 0.5%
1305 Production managers 14
 1.2%
1307 Supply and distribution managers 2
 0.2%
1309 Personnel and industrial relations managers 1
 0.1%
1311 Data processing managers 4
 0.4%
1313 Public policy managers 4
 0.4%
1315 Directors of nursing 0
 0.0%
1317 Education managers 3
 0.3%
1319 Commissioned officers 1
 0.1%
1333 undocumented 1
 0.1%
1399 ‘Other specialist managers’ 3
 0.3%
1401 ‘Farmers and farm managers’ 32
 2.8%
1500 Managing supervisors, sales and service 0
 0.0%
1501 ‘Shop managers’ 35
 3.1%
1503 ‘Restaurant and catering managing supervisors’ 3
 0.3%
1505 ‘Accommodation and tavern managing supervisors’ 3
 0.3%
1507 ‘Financial institution branch managers’ 0
 0.0%
1599 ‘Other managing supervisors’ 8
 0.7%
1601 ‘Managing supervisors’ 21
 1.8%
2000 Professionals 0
 0.0%
2100 Natural scientists 0
 0.0%
2101 ‘Chemists’ 1
 0.1%
2103 ‘Geologists and geophysicists’ 2
 0.2%
2105 ‘Physicists’ 0
 0.0%
2107 ‘Life scientists’ 5
 0.4%
2109 ‘Medical testing professionals’ 3
 0.3%
2199 ‘Other natural scientists’ 1
 0.1%
2200 ‘Building professionals and engineers’ 1
 0.1%
2201 ‘Architects and landscape architects’ 1
 0.1%
2203 ‘Quantity surveyors’ 1
 0.1%
2205 ‘Cartographers and surveyors’ 0
 0.0%
2207 ‘Chemical Engineers’ 0
 0.0%
2209 ‘Civil engineering’ 5
 0.4%
2211 ‘Electrical and electronics engineers’ 5
 0.4%
2213 ‘Mechanical engineers’ 0
 0.0%
2215 ‘Mining engineers’ 1
 0.1%
2217 ‘Metallurgists and materials scientists’ 0
 0.0%
2219 ‘Other engineers’ 2
 0.2%
2301 ‘General medical practitioners’ 0
 0.0%
2303 ‘Specialist medical practitioners’ 1
 0.1%
2305 ‘Dental practitioners’ 2
 0.2%
2307 ‘Pharmacists’ 0
 0.0%
2309 ‘Occupational therapists’ 1
 0.1%
2311 ‘Optometrists’ 0
 0.0%
2313 ‘Physiotherapists’ 0
 0.0%
2315 ‘Speech pathologists’ 1
 0.1%
2317 ‘Chiropractors and osteopaths’ 0
 0.0%
2319 ‘Podiatrists’ 0
 0.0%
2321 ‘Radiographers’ 1
 0.1%
2323 ‘Veterinarians’ 0
 0.0%
2399 ‘Other health diagnosis and treatment practitioners’ 0
 0.0%
2400 ‘School teachers’ 17
 1.5%
2401 ‘Pre-primary school teachers’ 1
 0.1%
2403 ‘Primary school teachers’ 21
 1.8%
2405 ‘Secondary school teachers’ 19
 1.7%
2407 ‘Special Education teachers’ 2
 0.2%
2500 ‘Other teachers and instructors’ 2
 0.2%
2501 ‘University and CAE teachers’ 4
 0.4%
2503 ‘TAFE teachers’ 4
 0.4%
2505 ‘Extra-systemic teachers and instructors’ 11
 1.0%
2601 ‘Social workers’ 1
 0.1%
2603 ‘Counsellors’ 0
 0.0%
2605 ‘Lawyers’ 7
 0.6%
2607 ‘Ministers of religion’ 4
 0.4%
2701 ‘Accountants’ 12
 1.1%
2703 ‘Public relations officers’ 0
 0.0%
2705 ‘Personnel specialists’ 4
 0.4%
2707 ‘Computing professionals’ 11
 1.0%
2799 ‘Other business professionals’ 4
 0.4%
2801 ‘Painters, sculptors and related professionals’ 0
 0.0%
2803 ‘Photographers’ 0
 0.0%
2805 ‘Designers and illustrators’ 6
 0.5%
2807 ‘Journalists’ 2
 0.2%
2809 ‘Authors and related professionals’ 0
 0.0%
2811 ‘Film, television and stage directors’ 1
 0.1%
2813 ‘Dancers and choreographers’ 0
 0.0%
2815 ‘Musicians, composers and related professionals’ 1
 0.1%
2817 ‘Actors and related professionals’ 0
 0.0%
2819 ‘Announcers’ 1
 0.1%
2900 ‘Miscellaneous professionals’ 0
 0.0%
2901 ‘Economists’ 0
 0.0%
2903 ‘Psychologists’ 0
 0.0%
2905 ‘Education researchers and related professionals’ 2
 0.2%
2907 ‘Other social scientists’ 1
 0.1%
2909 ‘Mathematicians, statisticians and actuaries’ 1
 0.1%
2911 ‘Librarians’ 1
 0.1%
2999 ‘Other professionals’ 0
 0.0%
3000 Para-Professionals 1
 0.1%
3101 Medical technical officers and technicians 2
 0.2%
3103 ‘Science technical officers and technicians’ 4
 0.4%
3200 ‘Engineering and building associates and technicians’ 1
 0.1%
3201 ‘Electrical and electronic engineering associates and techni 7
 0.6%
3203 ‘Civil engineering associates and technicians’ 2
 0.2%
3205 ‘Mechanical engineering associates and technicians’ 0
 0.0%
3207 ‘Building, architectural and surveying associates and techni 5
 0.4%
3299 ‘Other engineering and building associates and technicians’ 0
 0.0%
3301 ‘Aircraft pilots’ 1
 0.1%
3303 ‘Air transport operating support workers’ 2
 0.2%
3305 ‘Ship’s pilots and deck officers’ 2
 0.2%
3307 ‘Marine engineers and surveyors’ 1
 0.1%
3401 ‘REGistered nurses’ 24
 2.1%
3501 ‘Police’ 7
 0.6%
3901 ‘Welfare para-professionals’ 12
 1.1%
3903 ‘Performing arts support workers’ 2
 0.2%
3905 ‘Inspectors and REGulatory officers’ 11
 1.0%
3907 ‘Child care co-ordinators’ 1
 0.1%
3909 ‘Ambulance officers’ 0
 0.0%
3911 ‘Prison officers’ 0
 0.0%
3913 ‘Procurement officers’ 5
 0.4%
3915 ‘Sportspersons and related workers’ 0
 0.0%
3999 ‘Other para-professionals’ 5
 0.4%
4000 Tradespersons 0
 0.0%
4101 ‘Toolmakers’ 2
 0.2%
4103 ‘Metal fitters and machinists’ 20
 1.8%
4200 Other metal tradespersons 0
 0.0%
4201 ‘Forging tradespersons’ 1
 0.1%
4203 ‘Sheetmetal tradespersons’ 2
 0.2%
4205 ‘Structural steel, boilermaking and welding tradespersons’ 11
 1.0%
4207 ‘Metal casting tradespersons’ 1
 0.1%
4209 ‘Metal finishing tradespersons’ 1
 0.1%
4211 ‘Aircraft maintenace engineers’ 2
 0.2%
4213 ‘Precision metal tradespersons’ 1
 0.1%
4300 Electrical and electronics tradespersons 0
 0.0%
4301 ‘Electrical powerline tradespersons’ 4
 0.4%
4303 ‘Electrical fitters’ 5
 0.4%
4305 ‘Automotive electricians’ 1
 0.1%
4307 ‘Refrigeration and air-conditioning mechanics’ 3
 0.3%
4309 ‘Electrical mechanics’ 6
 0.5%
4311 ‘Communication equipment tradespersons’ 9
 0.8%
4313 ‘Radio and television servicers’ 0
 0.0%
4315 ‘Office equipment and computer servicers’ 2
 0.2%
4399 ‘Other electrical and electronics tradespersons’ 0
 0.0%
4401 ‘Carpenters and joiners’ 5
 0.4%
4403 ‘Bricklayers’ 6
 0.5%
4405 ‘Painters, decorators and signwriters’ 2
 0.2%
4407 ‘Plasterers’ 2
 0.2%
4409 ‘Plumbers’ 7
 0.6%
4411 ‘Roof slaters and tilers’ 0
 0.0%
4413 ‘Wall and floor tilers’ 0
 0.0%
4501 ‘Compositors’ 0
 0.0%
4503 ‘Graphic reproduction tradespersons’ 1
 0.1%
4505 ‘Printing machinists’ 3
 0.3%
4507 ‘Binders and finishers’ 0
 0.0%
4509 ‘Stereotypers and electrotypers’ 0
 0.0%
4511 ‘Screen printers’ 0
 0.0%
4600 Vehicle tradespersons 0
 0.0%
4601 ‘Vehicle mechanics’ 11
 1.0%
4603 ‘Panel beaters’ 0
 0.0%
4605 ‘Vehicle painters’ 0
 0.0%
4607 ‘Vehicle body makers’ 0
 0.0%
4609 ‘Vehicle trimmers’ 0
 0.0%
4701 ‘Meat tradespersons’ 2
 0.2%
4703 ‘Bakers and pastrycooks’ 0
 0.0%
4705 ‘Cooks’ 6
 0.5%
4799 ‘Other food tradespersons’ 0
 0.0%
4800 Amenity horticultural tradespersons 0
 0.0%
4801 ‘Nurserymen or women’ 1
 0.1%
4803 ‘Greenkeepers’ 4
 0.4%
4805 ‘Gardeners’ 6
 0.5%
4900 ‘Miscellaneous tradespersons’ 0
 0.0%
4901 ‘Wood machinists and turners’ 1
 0.1%
4903 ‘Cabinetmakers’ 3
 0.3%
4905 ‘Other wood tradespersons’ 1
 0.1%
4907 ‘Marine construction tradespersons’ 4
 0.4%
4909 ‘Blasting tradespersons’ 2
 0.2%
4911 ‘Garment tradespersons’ 5
 0.4%
4913 ‘Upholsterers and bedding tradespersons’ 0
 0.0%
4915 ‘Shoemaking and repairing tradespersons’ 1
 0.1%
4917 ‘Other leather and canvas tradespersons’ 0
 0.0%
4919 ‘Floor coverers’ 1
 0.1%
4921 ‘Glass tradespersons’ 0
 0.0%
4923 ‘Jewellery and precious metalware tradespersons’ 0
 0.0%
4925 ‘Craftworkers’ 0
 0.0%
4927 ‘Hairdressers’ 3
 0.3%
4929 ‘Sheep shearers’ 2
 0.2%
4931 ‘Animal trainers’ 1
 0.1%
4999 ‘Other tradespersons’ 3
 0.3%
5000 ‘Clerks’ 19
 1.7%
5101 ‘Office secretaries and stenographers’ 39
 3.4%
5103 ‘Typists and typist-clerks’ 16
 1.4%
5105 ‘Word processing operators’ 3
 0.3%
5201 ‘Data processing machine operators’ 15
 1.3%
5203 ‘Business machine operators’ 4
 0.4%
5300 Numerical clerks 0
 0.0%
5301 ‘Accounting clerks’ 58
 5.1%
5303 ‘Insurance and broking clerks’ 3
 0.3%
5305 ‘Statistical and actuarial clerks’ 0
 0.0%
5401 ‘Library and filing clerks’ 7
 0.6%
5403 ‘Mail sorters’ 2
 0.2%
5499 ‘Other filing, sorting and copying clerks’ 0
 0.0%
5501 ‘Production recording clerks’ 3
 0.3%
5503 ‘Transport recording and despatching clerks’ 4
 0.4%
5505 ‘Stock and purchasing clerks’ 8
 0.7%
5601 ‘Receptionists and information clerks’ 15
 1.3%
5603 ‘Telephonists’ 4
 0.4%
5605 ‘Messengers and delivery officers’ 1
 0.1%
5901 ‘Collection clerks’ 0
 0.0%
5903 ‘Teachers’ aides’ 1
 0.1%
5905 ‘Personnel clerks’ 3
 0.3%
5907 ‘Legal and related clerks’ 5
 0.4%
5909 ‘Postal clerks and officers’ 1
 0.1%
5999 ‘Other clerks’ 7
 0.6%
6000 ‘Salespersons and personal service workers’ 3
 0.3%
6100 Investment, insurance and real estate 0
 0.0%
6101 ‘Securities and finance dealers’ 2
 0.2%
6103 ‘Insurance brokers and agents’ 4
 0.4%
6105 ‘Real estate salespersons and property managers’ 6
 0.5%
6199 ‘Other investment, insurance and real estate salespersons’ 4
 0.4%
6201 ‘Sales representatives’ 17
 1.5%
6301 ‘Sales assistants’ 51
 4.5%
6401 ‘Tellers’ 6
 0.5%
6403 ‘Cashiers’ 7
 0.6%
6405 ‘‘Ticket salespersons’ 5
 0.4%
6501 ‘Street vendors, canvassers and sales drivers’ 0
 0.0%
6503 ‘Bar attendants’ 6
 0.5%
6505 ‘Waiters and waitresses’ 6
 0.5%
6507 ‘Travel agents’ 1
 0.1%
6599 ‘Other salespersons’ 2
 0.2%
6601 ‘Child care, refuge and related workers’ 4
 0.4%
6603 ‘Enrolled nurses’ 16
 1.4%
6605 ‘Dental nurses’ 3
 0.3%
6607 ‘Home companions and aides’ 1
 0.1%
6609 ‘‘Travel stewards’ 0
 0.0%
6699 ‘Other personal service workers’ 2
 0.2%
7000 ‘Plant and machine operators, and drivers’ 2
 0.2%
7101 ‘Bus and tram drivers’ 3
 0.3%
7103 ‘Autombile drivers’ 5
 0.4%
7105 ‘Truck drivers’ 14
 1.2%
7107 ‘Locomotive drivers’ 3
 0.3%
7200 Mobile plant operators (except transport) 0
 0.0%
7201 ‘Excavating and earthmoving plant operators’ 1
 0.1%
7203 ‘Forklift and related drivers’ 4
 0.4%
7205 ‘Logging plant operators’ 0
 0.0%
7207 ‘Paving and surfacing plant operators’ 0
 0.0%
7209 ‘Agricultural plant operators’ 1
 0.1%
7211 ‘Fire fighters’ 1
 0.1%
7299 ‘Other mobile plant operators, except transport’ 0
 0.0%
7300 Stationary plant operators 0
 0.0%
7301 ‘Power generation plant operators’ 1
 0.1%
7303 ‘‘Engine and boiler operators, except power generation’ 3
 0.3%
7305 ‘Chemical plant operators’ 0
 0.0%
7307 ‘Petroleum and gas plant operators’ 2
 0.2%
7309 ‘Bulk materials handling plant operators’ 0
 0.0%
7311 ‘Crane operators’ 1
 0.1%
7313 ‘Hoist, winch and lift operators’ 0
 0.0%
7315 ‘Furnance and kiln operators’ 1
 0.1%
7317 ‘Drilling plant operators’ 0
 0.0%
7399 ‘Other stationary plant operators’ 6
 0.5%
7400 Machine operators 0
 0.0%
7401 ‘Basic metal products machine operators’ 0
 0.0%
7403 ‘Metal press operators’ 0
 0.0%
7405 ‘Other metal products machine operators’ 0
 0.0%
7407 ‘Plastics production machine operators’ 1
 0.1%
7409 ‘Rubber production machine operators’ 1
 0.1%
7411 ‘Chemical production machine operators’ 1
 0.1%
7413 ‘Wood processing machine operators’ 1
 0.1%
7415 ‘Paper and paper products machine operators’ 0
 0.0%
7417 ‘Glass production machine operators’ 0
 0.0%
7419 ‘Clay and stone processing machine operators’ 0
 0.0%
7421 ‘Yarn production machine operators’ 0
 0.0%
7423 ‘Hide and skin processing machine operators’ 0
 0.0%
7425 ‘Fabric production machine operators’ 2
 0.2%
7427 ‘Textile sewing machinists’ 8
 0.7%
7429 ‘Shoemaking machine operators’ 1
 0.1%
7431 ‘Food processing machine operators’ 5
 0.4%
7433 ‘Packaging machine operators’ 2
 0.2%
7435 ‘Photographic products machine operators’ 0
 0.0%
7499 ‘Other machine operators’ 3
 0.3%
8000 ‘Labourers and related workers’ 1
 0.1%
8100 ‘Trades assistants and factory hands’ 1
 0.1%
8101 ‘Trades assistants’ 4
 0.4%
8103 ‘Assemblers’ 2
 0.2%
8105 ‘Hand packers’ 5
 0.4%
8107 ‘Industrial spray painters’ 0
 0.0%
8109 ‘Quality controllers’ 2
 0.2%
8199 ‘Other trades assistants and factory hands’ 3
 0.3%
8201 ‘Farm hands and assistants’ 12
 1.1%
8203 ‘Forestry labourers’ 1
 0.1%
8205 ‘Nursery and garden labourers’ 3
 0.3%
8299 ‘Other agricultural labourers and related workers’ 0
 0.0%
8301 ‘Cleaners’ 24
 2.1%
8400 Construction and mining labourers 0
 0.0%
8401 ‘Installation workers’ 1
 0.1%
8403 ‘Concrete workers’ 1
 0.1%
8405 ‘Structural steel and related construction labourers’ 1
 0.1%
8407 ‘Earthmoving labourers’ 0
 0.0%
8409 ‘Paving and surfacing labourers’ 3
 0.3%
8411 ‘Survey hands’ 2
 0.2%
8413 ‘Railway labourers’ 1
 0.1%
8415 ‘Mining and mineral ore treating labourers’ 1
 0.1%
8499 ‘Other construction and mining labourers’ 3
 0.3%
8900 Miscellaneous labourers and related workers 0
 0.0%
8901 ‘Ushers and door attendants’ 0
 0.0%
8903 ‘Luggage porters’ 0
 0.0%
8905 ‘Garbage collectors’ 0
 0.0%
8907 ‘Storemen or women’ 14
 1.2%
8909 ‘Freight and furniture handlers’ 2
 0.2%
8911 ‘Guards and security officers’ 7
 0.6%
8913 ‘Caretakers’ 2
 0.2%
8915 ‘Housekeepers’ 1
 0.1%
8917 ‘Laundry workers’ 4
 0.4%
8919 ‘Kitchenhands’ 10
 0.9%
8921 ‘Ward helpers’ 7
 0.6%
8923 ‘Vehicle accessories fitters’ 1
 0.1%
8925 ‘Fishermen or women, deckhands'and seamen or women’ 0
 0.0%
8999 ‘Other labourers and related workers’ 5
 0.4%
-9999 ‘Inadequately described’ 360
-2 Country specific variable not applicable for this country 81957
0 ‘Never worked’ 27

Summary Statistics

Valid cases 1141
Missing cases 82344
Minimum 1000.0
Maximum 8999.0
This variable is numeric

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