ANZSCOAustralia and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (Australian Bureau of Statistics)
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Early childhood practitioners may be found in two main Unit Groups in the ANZSCO coding structure: 2411: Early Childhood (Pre-Primary) School Teachers and 4211: Child Carers.
Having established that managers and workers have different perceptions about work, the following sections focus on non-managerial employees only, by excluding the ANZSCO category of 'manager'.
Table 1: Percentage of Commencing Apprentices and Trainees Employed under an Award, 2009 Occupation (ANZSCO category) Apprentices and trainees 1 Managers 75.5 2 Professionals 55.3 3 Technicians and Trades Workers 78.5 4.
(1.) The term "service workers' refers to persons employed as community and personal service workers in the Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO) (ABS 2006) such as child care workers, dental assistants, hospitality, workers and aged care workers.
Besides tracking movements in the mean score for all respondents on each scale over successive waves, the analysis involved tracking the mean scores for each occupation and industry, disaggregated at both 1- and 2-digit levels, using the 2006 ANZSCO and ANZSIC classifications.
(7) The list covers 94 mainly professional and trade occupations al the ANZSCO 4-digit level (which encompasses larger numbers of occupations at the most detailed 6-digit level).
Technical Paper" (ED508818); "ANZSCO Imputation in the National Apprentice and Trainee Collection.
The Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO) is the product of a development program undertaken jointly by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), Statistics New Zealand (Statistics NZ) and the Australian Government Department of Employment and Workplace Relations (DEWR) for use in the collection, publication and analysis of occupation statistics.
The occupations identified in this recast creative class were used as a base for generating the Australian creative class by matching them to Australian occupations as classified by the Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO).
We defined low-paid workers as employees earning less than two-thirds of the median Australian wage (based on the OECD 2006 definition), who were employed in the lowest five categories of the ANZSCO (Australia n and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations) classifications (for example labourers, clerical and administrative workers, machinery operators and sales workers).