|Statement||General Register Office. 1966.|
|Contributions||Great Britain. General Register Office.|
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "The data contained herein is directly related to the Revised dictionary of occupational tites"--Title page verso. Classification of Occupations. The CK uniquely combines two major systems for classifying occupations: (a) the interest-based system of Holland and (b) the interest and worker trait-based system created by the U.S. Employment Security System (USEC) for the seminal book, Guide for Occupational Exploration (U.S. Department of Labor, ). The Holland classification system . The classification of occupations is divided into two volumes: Volume I presents the structure and definitions of all groups in ISCO–08 and their correspondence with ISCO–88, which it Author: International Labor Office. International Standard Classification of Occupations, on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. International Standard Classification of Occupations, Format: Paperback.
The Historical International Standard Classification of Occupations (HISCO) is an attempt to overcome some of these problems by creating an historically sensitive and internationally valid occupational classification that will allow “researchers from a variety of countries to communicate with each other and make international comparisons. Genre/Form: Classification: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Great Britain. General Register Office. Classification of occupations, The four occupations (simplified Chinese: 士农工商; traditional Chinese: 士農工商) or "four categories of the people" (Chinese: 四民) was an occupation classification used in ancient China by either Confucian or Legalist scholars as far back as the late Zhou dynasty and is considered a central part of the fengjian social structure (c. – BC). The classification of occupations is divided into two volumes: Volume I presents the structure and definitions of all groups in ISCO–08 and their correspondence with ISCO–88, which it supersedes, while Volume II will provide an updated and expanded index of occupational titles and associated ISCO–08 and ISCO–88 : International Labor Office.
The U.S. Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics publishes a large amount of information on employment and wages by occupation, including career information, employment levels and projections, and various types of earnings data. Webpages on this Topic Occupational Outlook Handbook This publication describes what workers do on the job, working conditions, . The basic principle of classification of the NOC is the kind of work performed. It represents the main source of information for identifying and grouping occupations. NOC users include: economists and statisticians. career developers. ESDC, in partnership with Statistics Canada, update the NOC on an ongoing basis. The objective of revisions is. 8 The Classification of Occupations: A Review of Selected Systems: 9 Conclusions and Recommendations: APPENDIX A Materials Associated with the User Survey: APPENDIX B Site Visits to Selected Federal Users of the . Handbook of Occupational Groups and Families December *Classification standard issued; **Flysheet issued; ***Job family standard issued in unskilled, semi-skilled, or skilled manual-labor occupations, and other employees including foremen and supervisors in .