Supervisors and foremen, electrical and electronic equipment fitting, assembling, installing and repairing
Electricians, electrical fitters and related workers
Electric and electronic equipment assemblers
Radio television mechanics and repairmen
Telephone and telegraph installers and repairmen
Electric linemen and cable jointers
Electrical fitters and related electrical and electronic workers, n.e.c
Supervisors, broadcasting, audio-visual projection and sound equipment operators
Radio broadcasting television operators
Sound equipment operators and cinema projectionists
Broadcasting station and sound equipment operators and cinema projectionists
Supervisors, foremen, plumbing, welding structural and sheet metal working
Plumbers and pipe fitters
Welders and flame cutters
Sheet metal workers
Metal plate and structural metal workers
Plumbers, welders, sheet metal and structural metal preparers and erectors, n.e.c
Supervisors, jewellery and precious metal working
Jewelers, goldsmiths and silversmiths
Other metal engravers (except printing)
Jewelers and precious metal workers, n.e.c (except printing)
Supervisors and foremen, glass forming, pottery and related activities
Glass formers, cutters, grinders and finishers
Potters and related clay and abrasive formers
Glass and ceramic kilnmen
Glass engravers and etchers
Glass and ceramics painters and decorators
Glass formers, potters and related workers, n.e.c.
Supervisors and foremen, rubber and plastics product making
Plastics product makers
Rubber product makers (except tire makers and vulcanisers)
Tyre makers and vulcanisers
Rubber and plastics product makers, n.e.c.
Supervisors and foremen paper and paper board product making
Paper and paper board product makers
Paper and paper product makers, n.e.c.
Supervisors and foremen printing and related work
Type setters and photo-type setters
Stereo-typers and electro-typers
Engravers, printing (except photo engravers)
Book binders and related workers
Photographic dark room workers
Printers and related workers, n.e.c.
Supervisors and foremen, painting
Painters, spray and sign writing
Supervisors and foremen production and related activities, n.e.c
Musical instrument makers and tuners
Basketry weavers and brush makers
Non-metallic mineral product makers
Production and related workers, n.e.c.
Supervisors and foremen, bricklaying other construction work
Bricklayers, stone masons and tile setters
Reinforced concreters, cement finishers and terrazzo workers
Hut builders and thatchers
Construction workers, n.e.c.
Supervisors and foremen, stationary and related equipment operations
Stationary engine and related equipment operators
Boilermen and firemen
Oilers and greasers (including cleaners motor vehicle)
Stationary engine and related equipment operators, n.e.c.
Supervisors and foremen, material and freight handling and related equipment operator
Loaders and unloaders
Riggers and cable splicer
Crane and hoist operators
Earth moving and related machinery operators
Checkers, testers, sorters, weighers and counters
Packers, labelers and related workers
Material handling equipment operators, n.e.c.
Supervisors and foremen, transport equipment operation
Ships deck ratings, barge crews and boatmen
Ships' engine room ratings
Pointsmen, signalmen and shunters, railways
Tram car and motor vehicle drivers
Drivers, animal and animal drawn vehicles
Cycle rickshaw drivers and rickshaw pullers
Transport equipment operators and drivers, n.e.c.
NIU (not in universe)
Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.
5.6.0 Block 6: usual activity particulars :
The usual activity particulars with respect to a reference period of 365 days preceding the date of survey of all the normally resident members of the household and particulars of their seasonal movement if any, in connection with their work, will be collected in Block 6.
5.6.4 Column (4) - (6): principal industry-occupation:
For all those reported as working (i.e. those with the status codes 01-51 in column (2) the description of the sector of activity i.e., the industry and the corresponding function of work i.e. the occupation in which the engaged, will be recorded in column (4). The relevant 3-digited industry group code (NIC, 1970) and the 3-digited industry group code (NIC, 1970) and the 3-digited occupation family code (NCO, 1968) will be respectively entered in columns (5) and (6).
This variable is the NCO code for the person's principal occupation during the past 365 days.
Persons who worked during the 365 days preceding the date of survey