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CASCOT AND THE CODING OF OCCUPATIONS IN EUROPEAN SURVEYS. Presentation for the INGRID Workshop Amsterdam, 10-12 February 2014 Margaret Birch Institute for Employment Research.

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Cascot and the coding of occupations in european surveys

CASCOT AND THE CODING OF OCCUPATIONS IN EUROPEAN SURVEYS

Presentation for the

INGRID Workshop

Amsterdam, 10-12 February 2014

Margaret Birch

Institute for Employment Research


Cascot and the coding of occupations in european surveys

IER is contracted under the DASISH project to develop a multi-lingual version of CASCOT to code job titles to ISCO 08

  • A large task and limited resources, so this is a pilot project

  • The 7 selected languages are:- Dutch (Netherlands, Flemish-Belgium)- English-French (France, Walloon-Belgium, Switzerland)-German (Germany, Austria, Switzerland)- Slovak- Spanish- Italian


Contacts for the cascot project

Contacts for the CASCOT project

  • Kea Tijdens (Universities of Amsterdam and Rotterdam)

  • Marc Houben (CBS, Netherlands)

  • Judith Pilliner (ONS, UK)

  • Louis Meuric (INSEE, France)

  • Manuel Munz (ex-University of Bamberg, Germany)

  • HartmutMinkel (DESTATIS, Germany)

  • JozefKrabac (Trexima, Slovak Republic)

  • Julio Nunez (INE, Spain)

  • Elena Meschi (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Italy)

  • David Hunter (ILO)


Key tasks undertaken so far

Key Tasks Undertaken So Far

  • All the interface text in English has been translated into the six other languages

  • National language versions of the ISCO 08 structure built into the CASCOT software

  • Job titles in the selected languages indexed to ISCO 08- Some supplied by NSIs or other groups with whom we work- Some found by us by exploring relevant national websites

  • Raw data files from the European Social Survey (ESS) Round 6 have been supplied. Some contain job titles and ISCO 08 codes. These will be used to validate the software.


Key tasks for the remaining project period

Key Tasks for the Remaining Project Period

  • Partnership arrangements for the testing of the CASCOT multi-lingual software by experts within each country covered by the languages in the pilot

  • Partnership arrangements for the testing and development of language-based coding rules (Venice Workshop)

  • Using the CASCOT performance tool to fine-tune the software in different languages

  • Timetable: - Test results by October 2014- Completion of the project by December 2014


Venice workshop

Venice Workshop

Occupational Coding in Multi-national Surveys:

CASCOT Training Workshop

10 – 11 April 2014

at

University of Warwick, Palazzo Pesaro Papafava, Cannaregio 3764, 30121 Venice

Further information is available from -


For more information

For more information

Email: [email protected]@[email protected]

www.warwick.ac.uk/ier


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