occupation grouping

occupation grouping

Any of the groups based on what people do for a living into which a society can be divided, often used by market researchers or advertizers.
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While the careers of most firefighters, teachers or postal workers, for example, can be tracked within the relevant occupation grouping, we recognize that these growth rates do not capture those clerks, labourers or nurses who move to higher paid supervisory classifications that are identified as different occupations.
The IT occupation grouping used here is too coarse to capture the effect on wages of differences in the distribution of IT occupations across industries.
Within these major occupation groupings, critical vacancies exist in occupations that primarily employ middle-skill workers.
We begin with the nine major occupation groupings at the ASCO 1-digit level.
As well as data on individual 457 positions, DIMA should also publish on the same site aggregated data on 457 visa nominations approved, say by industry sector and/or detailed occupation groupings, so interested parties could see the level of 457 activity in ICT programmers, metal trades, meat workers, and so on.
However, about half of the displaced workers (while often changing specific industry or occupation) return to their old major industry and occupation groupings in order to minimize earnings losses.
The educational level of the respondent retains its strong explanatory power even after controlling for income and occupation groupings.
a hierarchy of occupation groupings, was produced (Berven & Hubert, 1977).