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Updating ISCO-08. Why? What? How?. Reasons. Developments in the world of work in last 15 years Experience gained in adapting ISCO-88 in countries Resolution of the 17th ICLS 2003 2010 Round of Population Censuses. What will not be changed. The basic principles: Classification unit: jobs

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updating isco 08

Updating ISCO-08

Why? What? How?

reasons
Reasons
  • Developments in the world of work in last 15 years
  • Experience gained in adapting ISCO-88 in countries
  • Resolution of the 17th ICLS 2003
  • 2010 Round of Population Censuses

Bureau of Statistics

what will not be changed
What will not be changed
  • The basic principles:
    • Classification unit: jobs
    • Classification variable: kind of work done
    • Criteria: skill level and skill specialisation
  • The main structure:
    • Hierarchical
    • 10 major groups

Bureau of Statistics

areas to be updated
Areas to be updated
  • Application of skill at national level
  • Wording of titles
  • General occupations
  • Globalization and deregulation
  • Not elsewhere classified categories
  • Specific groups

Bureau of Statistics

specific groups
Specific groups
  • IT occupations
  • Managers
  • Female dominated occupations
  • Informal occupations
  • Agriculture occupations
  • Production of goods for own consumption
  • Civil servants
  • Military occupations
  • Waste management and recicling occupations

Bureau of Statistics

updating methodology
Updating methodology
  • Questionnaires
  • Webforum
  • Special interest groups
  • Website (www.ilo.org/stat/isco)
    • National statistical Institutes
    • Employment services
    • Vocational Training Institutes
    • Employers’ and Workers’ organisations

Bureau of Statistics

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