INTRODUCTION

The Classification of Occupations has been adapted from and closely adheres to the principles embodied in the International Standard Classification of Occupations issued by the international labour Office, Geneva, 1958 and as revised in 1968.

The International Standard Classification of Occupations, 1958 was prepared after extensive discussions and research by world experts, to provide an adequate classification framework for countries interested in occupation classification, and, at the same time, provide a basis for international comparison of occupation data obtained mainly from Censuses of Population. The 1968 edition embraces the experience reported by member countries during the previous decade.

Statistically, the adequate classification of occupation data from Census schedules has proved an intractable subject. In the past, most classifications have been detailed, often requiring a degree of precision not attainable from the data available nor by the methods adopted for the expeditious processing of such a large volume of data.

The Australian Classification of Occupations contains 11 Major Groups, 72 Minor Groups and 367 Occupation Codes. It is considered this classification provides meaningful information consistent with the data available. An attempt has been made to delineate with precision a limited number of professional and trade occupations, while the remaining occupation descriptions are grouped into codes covering a particular type of worker. These codes pay regard to the functions involved and training required for performance of the job. Other aspects of work characteristics considered are type of material worked in, use of specialized equipment or type of production process.

The continuation of occupation codes into minor groups is based on similar principles, but the characteristics which link them are frequently of a broad nature.

The major groups constitute a convenient summarization of the minor groups rather than the basis from which the occupation classification has been developed.

Certain ocupation descriptions are qualified as follows:

n.e.c.:Not elsewhere classified. A reported occupation description is to be coded to this entry only after the coder has found that the description does not appear elsewhere in the Index of Occupations and, in particular, under some other form of words.
so described:When an entry in the index is so qualified, only reported occupation descriptions with the same or equivalent wording should be coded to that category.
P.M.G.Postmaster-Generals Department

MAJOR GROUP 0: PROFESSIONAL, TECHNICAL AND RELATED WORKERS

MINOR GROUP 0A: ARCHITECTS, ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS, PROFESSIONAL

Architects, professional							001
Civi1 Engineers, professional							002
Electrical and Communication Engineers, professional				003
Mechanical Engineers, professional						004
Chemical Engineers, professional						005
Metallurgists, professional							006
Mining Engineers, professional							007
Industrial Efficiency Engineers, professional					008
Professional Engineers, n.e.c.							009
Surveyors, professional								010
MINOR GROUP 0B: CHEMISTS, PHYSICISTS, GEOLOGISTS AND OTHER PHYSICAL SCIENTISTS
Chemists, not Pharmaceutical							013
Physicists									014
Geologists and Geophysicists							015
Meteorologists									016
Physical Scientists, n.e.c.							017
MINOR GROUP 0C: BIOLOGISTS, VETERINARIANS, AGRONOMISTS AND RELATED SCIENTISTS
Veterinarians									020
Biological and Animal Scientists, n.e.c.					021
Agronomists, Foresters and Horticultural Scientists				022
MINOR GROUP 0D: MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS AND DENTISTS
Medical Practitioners 								025
Dentists 									026
MINOR GROUP 0E: NURSES, INCLUDING PROBATIONERS OR TRAINEES
Nurses, certificated, general 							030
Nurses, certificated, psychiatric 						031
Nurses, certificated, not general or psychiatric 				032
Nurses (so described), no certificate 						033
Nurses, probationers or trainees . 						034
MINOR GROUP 0F: PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL WORKERS, N.E.C.
Pharmacists 									035
Optometrists 									036
Physiotherapists								037
Radiographers 									038
Chiropodists 									039
Medical Workers, professional, n.e.c.						040
MINOR GROUP 0G: TEACHERS
	Universities
Executive Teachers, Universities						041
Lecturers, Teachers, with Tertiary Qualifications, Universities			042
Other Teachers, no Tertiary Qualifications, Universities			043

	Colleges of Advanced Education, Teachers Colleges
Executive Teachers, Colleges of Advanced Education, Teachers Colleges		044
Lecturers, Teachers, with Tertiary Qualifications, Colleges of 
Advanced Education, Teachers Colleges						045
Other Teachers, no Tertiary Qualifications, Colleges of
Advanced Education, Teachers Colleges						046

	Other Tertiary Education Institutions
Executive Teachers, other Tertiary Institutions					047
Lecturers, Teachers, with Tertiary Qualifications, other Tertiary Institutions	048
Other Teachers, no Tertiary Qualifications, other Tertiary Institutions		049

	Technical Colleges
Executive Teachers, Technical Colleges						050
Lecturers, Teachers, with Tertiary Qualifications, Technical Colleges		051
Other Teachers, no Tertiary Qualifications, Technical Colleges			052

	Secondary Schools, Primary and Secondary Schools
Executive Teachers, Secondary Schools, Primary and Secondary Schools		053
Lecturers, Teachers, with Tertiary Qualifications, Secondary Schools,
Primary and Secondary Schools							054
Other Teachers, no Tertiary Qualifications, Secondary Schools, Primary and
Secondary Schools								055

	Primary Schools, including Special Schools
Primary School Teachers, including Special Schools				056

	Pre-schools
Pre-school Teachers								057

	Other Education Institutions
Teachers, other Education Institutions						058

	Establishments not Coded to Education Industries 8231-8245
Teachers, in Establishments not Coded to Education				059
MINOR GROUP 0H: CLERGY AND RELATED MEMBERS OF RELIGIOUS ORDERS
Clergymen, Priests 								062
Religious Workers, n.e.c.							063
MINOR GROUP 0I: LAW PROFESSIONALS
Judges, Magistrates, Barristers, Solicitors and Legal Officers			064
MINOR GROUP 0J: ARTISTS, ENTERTAINERS, WRITERS AND RELATED WORKERS

Painters, Sculptors and Related Creative Artists 				065
Authors, Journalists and Related Workers 					066
Musicians, Vocalists and Music Teachers, excluding Industry 
Codes 8231-8239, 8242-8244 							067
Actors, Broadcasting Announcers, Dancers and Related Workers			068
MINOR GROUP 0K: DRAFTSMEN AND TECHNICIANS, N.E.C.
Draftsmen and Tracers 								070
Physical Science Technicians 							071
Civil Engineering Technicians 							072
Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technicians				073
Mechanical Engineering Technicians 						074
Chemical Engineering Technicians 						075
Metallurgical Technicians 							076
Mining Technicians 								077
Technicians, n.e.c. 								078
Life Science Technicians 							079
Veterinary Assistants, Technical						080
Pharmaceutical Assistants, Technical						081
MINOR GROUP 0L: OTHER PROFESSIONAL, TECHNICAL AND RELATED WORKERS
Accountants, Auditors 								082
Social Workers									083
Librarians and Archivists, professional						084
Librarians and Archivists, Other						085
Economists, Economic Consultants, Actuaries and Statisticians			086
Personnel Specialists								087
Computer Programmers								088
Systems Analysts								089
Computer Designers, n.e.c.							090
Other Professional, Technical and Related Workers, n.e.c.			091

MAJOR GROUP 1: ADMINISTRATIVE, EXECUTIVE AND MANAGERIAL WORKERS

MINOR GROUP 1A: ADMINISTRATIVE AND EXECUTIVE OFFICIALS, GOVERNMENT, N.E.C.
Administrative and Executive Officials, Government, n.e.c.:
Commonwealth Government (Industry code 7101, 7105 (part), 7200 (part))		100
State Government (Industry code 7102, 7105 (part))				101
Local Government (Industry code 7103)						102
Representatives of Overseas Consular Agencies and Legations(Industry code 7104)	103

Inspectors, Government, n.e.c.:
Commonwealth Government (Industry code 7101, 7105 (part), 7200 (part))		104
State Government (Industry code 7102, 7105 (part))				105
Local Government (Industry code 7103)						106
MINOR GROUP 1B: EMPLOYERS, WORKERS ON OWN ACCOUNT, STATUS O, DIRECTORS, MANAGERS, N.E.C.

Index entries for codes 110-119 go to 110 to be allocated to individual codes by computer on the basis of Industry: see below

Agricultural Services, Forestry, Fishing, Hunting and Mining (0201-1602)	110

Manufacturing, including Electricity, Gas Production and Distribution, 
Water Supply and Sewerage Operations (2111-3702)
Including:
	Footwear Repair (4846)
	Motor Vehicle Smash Repairs (4865)
	Sanitary and Garbage Disposal Services (8454)
	Photography (9331)							111

Building and Construction (4110-4223)						112

Wholesale and Retail Trade, excluding Shop Keepers, Workers on Own Account,
Status O, Occupation Code 210 (4610-4877)
Including:
	Plant and Equipment Hire and Leasing Services, n.e.c. (6360)
Excluding:
	Footwear Repair (4846)
	Motor Vehicle Smash Repairs (4865)					113

Transport, Storage and Communication (5101-5600)				114

Finance, Insurance and Real Estate (6111-6320)					115

Community, Other Business and Technical Services (6331-6360, 8111-8454)
Including:
	Musical Composition, Literature, Painting and Sculpture (9117)
Excluding:
	Plant and Equipment Hire and Leasing Services, n.e.c. (6360)
	Sanitary and Garbage Disposal Services (8454)				116

Entertainment, Recreation, Clubs and Personal Services (9111-9124, 9221-9400)
Excluding:
	Musical Composition, Literature, Painting and Sculpture (9117)
	Photography (9331)							117

Restaurants, Hotels and Accommodation (9211-9213)
Excluding:
	Boarding and Apartment Housekeepers, Workers on 
Own Account, Status O, Occupation Code 805 118 Other and Inadequately Described or Not Stated 119
MAJOR GROUP 2: CLERICAL WORKERS

MINOR GROUP 2A: BOOK-KEEPERS AND CASHIERS
Book-keepers and Cashiers, including Bank Tellers				150
MINOR GROUP 2B: STENOGRAPHERS AND TYPISTS
Stenographers and Typists							155
MINOR GROUP 2C: OTHER CLERICAL WORKERS
Office Machine Operators							160
Receptionists, female								161
Clerical Workers, government, n.e.c.						162
Clerical Workers, not government, n.e.c.					163
MAJOR GROUP 3: SALES WORKERS

MINOR GROUP 3A: INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE SALESMEN, AUCTIONEERS AND VALUERS
Insurance Salesmen								200
Auctioneers, Valuers and Real Estate Salesmen					201
MINOR GROUP 3B: COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS AND MANUFACTURERS AGENTS
Commercial Travellers and Manufacturers Agents					205
MINOR GROUP 3C: PROPRIETORS AND SHOPKEEPERS, WORKERS ON OWN ACCOUNT, N.E.C., STATUS O, RETAIL AND WHOLESALE TRADE, SALESMEN, SHOP ASSISTANTS AND RELATED WORKERS
Proprietors and Shopkeepers, Workers on Own Account, n.e.c.,
Status O, Retail and Wholesale Trade						210
Salesmen and Shop Assistants, n.e.c., Retail and Wholesale Trade		211
Street Vendors, Canvassers and News Vendors					212
Service Station Attendants							213
Buyers										214
Purchasing Officers, government							215
Purchasing Officers, not government						216
Salesmen, n.e.c.								217
MAJOR GROUP 4: FARMERS, FISHERMEN, HUNTERS, TIMBER GETTERS AND RELATED WORKERS

MINOR GROUP 4A: FARMERS AND FARM MANAGERS
Wheat Farmers									300
Sugar Cane Growers								301
Fruit Growers, excluding grape							302
Grape Growers									303
Vegetable Growers and Market Gardeners						304
Tobacco Growers									305
Cotton Growers									306
Rice Growers									307
Graziers									308
Dairy Farmers									309
Pig Farmers									310
Poultry Farmers									311
Beekeepers									312
Wheat and Sheep Farmers (so described)						313
Farmers, Mixed, and Farmers (so described)					314
Nurserymen and Flower Gardeners							315
Farmers and Farm Managers, n.e.c.						316
MINOR GROUP 4B: FARM WORKERS, INCLUDING FARM FOREMEN
Wheat, Wheat and Sheep, Farm Workers (so described)				320
Sugar Farm Workers								321
Fruit Growing Workers, including grape						322
Vegetable Growing Workers							323
Station Hands, Drovers, Shearing Shed Hands and General Hands, Grazing		324
Shearers									325
Dairy Farm Workers								326
Gardeners, Nursery Workers							327
Groundkeepers, Greenkeepers and Ground Caretakers				328
Field Crop Workers, n.e.c.							329
Livestock Workers, n.e.c.							330
Poultry Farm Workers								331
Farm Machinery Operators (so described), n.e.c.					332
Farm Workers, Type of Farming, n.e.c.						333
Farm Workers: Mixed Farming, Farmers (so described), 
Type of Farming Not Stated							334
MINOR GROUP 4C: WOOL CLASSERS
Wool Classers									335
MINOR GROUP 4D: HUNTERS AND TRAPPERS
Hunters and Trappers								340
MINOR GROUP 4E: FISHERMEN AND RELATED WORKERS
Fishermen									345
Fishing Workers, n.e.c.								346
MINOR GROUP 4F: TIMBER GETTERS AND OTHER FORESTRY WORKERS
Axemen and Related Timber Getters						355
Forestry Workers, n.e.c.							356
MAJOR GROUP 5: MINERS, QUARRYMEN AND RELATED WORKERS

MINOR GROUP 5A: MINERS, MINERAL PROSPECTORS AND QUARRYMEN
Miners (so described) n.e.c.							400
Miners, Coal (so described)							401
Miners, Metalliferous (so described)						402
Miners, Other Non-metalliferous (so described)					403
Quarrymen (so described)							404
Prospectors and Mineral Survey Workers, n.e.c.					405
Machinemen and Drilling Machine Operators, Mining and Quarrying			406
Loaders, Wheelers, Clippers, Truckers, Mining and Quarrying			407
Timbermen and Shiftmen, Mining							408
Deputies and Supervisors, Mining						409
Labourers, Mining and Quarrying (so described)					410
Mining and Quarrying Occupations, n.e.c.					411
MINOR GROUP 5B: WELL DRILLERS, OIL, WATER AND RELATED WORKERS
Well Drillers and Related Workers, Oil						420
Well Drillers and Related Workers, Water					421
MINOR GROUP 5C: MINERAL TREATERS
Ore and Mineral Treatment Operators						425
MAJOR GROUP 6: WORKERS IN TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATION

MINOR GROUP 6A: DECK AND ENGINEER OFFICERS. SHIP, NOT SERVICES

Deck Officers, Ship, not Services						500
Engineer Officers, Ship, not Services						501
MINOR GROUP 6B: DECK AND ENGINE ROOM HANDS, SHIP AND BOATMEN, NOT SERVICES
Deck and Engine Room Hands, Ship and Boatmen, not Services			505
MINOR GROUP 6C: AIRCRAFT PILOTS' NAVIGATORS AND FLIGHT ENGINEERS, NOT SERVICES
Aircraft Pilots, Navigators and Flight Engineers. Not Services			510
MINOR GROUP 6D: DRIVERS AND FIREMEN, RAIL TRANSPORT
Drivers, Railway								515
Drivers, Sugar Train								516
Firemen and Assistant Drivers, Railway						517
MINOR GROUP 6E: DRIVERS, ROAD TRANSPORT
Tram, Trolley and Motor Bus Drivers						520
Car, Taxi, Hire Car Drivers							521
Motor Truck and Van Drivers, including Deliverymen (so described) and 
Motor Drivers (so described)							522
Mail Contractors, P.M.G.							523
Drivers of Road Transport, n.e.c.						524
MINOR GROUP 6F: GUARDS AND CONDUCTORS, RAILWAY
Guards and Conductors, Railway							530
MINOR GROUP 6G: INSPECTORS, SUPERVISORS, TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS AND DESPATCHERS, TRANSPORT
Station Masters, Railway							535
Inspectors and Supervisors, Operational Transport				536
Porters (not luggage), Ticket Collectors, Railway				537
Shunters, Railway								538
Signalmen, Railway								539
Traffic Controllers and Despatchers, Other					540
MINOR GROUP 6H: TELEPHONE, TELEGRAPH AND RELATED TELECOMMUNICATION OPERATORS
Telephonists, Phonogram Operators						545
Telegraphists									546
Teleprinter Operators								647
Radio Communication Operators							548
Radio and T.V. Station Operators						549
MINOR GROUP 6I: POSTMASTERS, POSTMEN AND MESSENGERS
Postmasters									555
Postmen, Postal Assistants and Postal Officers					556
Messengers, n.e.c.								557
MINOR GROUP 6J: WORKERS IN TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATION, N.E.C.
Tram and Bus Conductors								560
Traffic Officers, P.M.G.							561
Other Workers in Transport and Communication, n.e.c.				562
MAJOR GROUP 7/8: TRADESMEN, PRODUCTION PROCESS WORKERS AND LABOURERS, N.E.C.

MINOR GROUP 7/8A: SPINNERS, WEAVERS, KNITTERS, DYERS AND RELATED WORKERS
Fibre Preparers									600
Spinners and Winders, Textile, excluding Rayon Spinners				601
Weavers, including Loom Tuners							602
Knitters and Knitting Machine Setters, including Hosiery			603
Bleachers, Dyers and Finishers, Textiles					604
Textile Factory Workers (so described)						605
Textile Fabric and Related Product Makers, n.e.c				606
MINOR GROUP 7/8B: TAILORS, CUTTERS, FURRIERS AND RELATED WORKERS
Tailors										609
Dressmakers									610
Other Garment Makers, including Furriers					611
Milliners									612
Upholsterers and Related Workers						613
Cutters, Textile Products, Leather Garments and Gloves				614
Machinists, Sewers, Embroiderers, Textile Products, Leather Garments and Gloves	615
Clothing and Related Product Factory Workers (so described)			616
Apparel and Related Product Workers, n.e.c.					617
MINOR GROUP 7/8C: LEATHER CUTTERS, LASTERS, SEWERS (EXCEPT GLOVES AND GARMENTS) AND RELATED WORKERS
Boot and Shoe Makers and Repairers, not Factory 				621
Boot and Shoe Factory Operatives 						622
Leather Goods Makers, not Clothing, Boot or Shoe				623
MINOR GROUP 7/8D: FURNACEMEN, ROLLERS, DRAWERS, MOULDERS AND RELATED METAL MAKING AND TREATING WORKERS
Furnacemen, Metal 								627
Rolling Mill Operatives, Metal 							628
Blacksmiths, Hammersmiths and Forgemen 						629
Moulders and Coremakers								630
Metal Making and Treating Workers, n.e.c. 					631
MINOR GROUP 7/8E: PRECISION INSTRUMENT MAKERS, WATCHMAKERS, JEWELLERS, AND RELATED WORKERS
Watch and Clock Makers and Repairers, including Watchmakers and
Jewellers (so described)							636
Optical Instrument Makers and Repairers						637
Other Precision Instrument Makers and Repairers					638
Office Machine Mechanics							639
Jewellery Makers and Repairers, including Jewellery Engravers			640
MINOR GROUP 7/8F: TOOLMAKERS, METAL MACHINISTS,
MECHANICS, PLUMBERS AND RELATED METAL WORKERS
Fitters, n.e.c., Fitters and Turners (so described) 				642
Toolmakers, Diemakers 								643
Machine Tool Setters and Operators, Metal, including Metal Machinists (so 
described)									644
Vehicle Body Builders 								645
Motor Vehicle Mechanics 							646
Aircraft Mechanics 								647
Sheetmetal Workers								648
Metal Can, Drum and Keg Makers 							649
Panel Beaters 									650
Plumbers									651
Pipe and Gas Fitters								652
Welders and Flame Cutters 							653
Boilermakers, including Metal Plate and Structural Steel Workers 		654
Electroplaters, Dip Platers 							655
Engineers (so described), not professional, n.e.c. 				656
Mechanics, Servicemen (so described), n.e.c. 					657
Foremen, Metal Working (so described), n.e.c. 					658
Metal Workers, n.e.c.								659
MINOR GROUP 7/8G: ELECTRICIANS AND RELATED ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS WORKERS
Electricians, including Electrical Mechanics					660
Electrical Fitters 								661
Electronic Fitters 								662
Radio, T.V., Mechanics and Repairmen 						663
Radio, T.V., Transmission, Technicians and Mechanics 				664
Telecommunication Technicians 							665
Linemen, Electrical, Cable Jointers 						666
Foremen, Electrical (so described), n.e.c. 					667
Cinema Projectionists and Sound Recording Operators 				668
Electrical and Electronic Workers, n.e.c.					669
MINOR GROUP 7/8H: METAL WORKERS, METAL AND ELECTRICAL PRODUCTION-PROCESS WORKERS, N.E.C.
Assemblers, Process Workers, Metal, Electrical (so described) 			670
Factory Workers, Metal, Electrical (so described) 				671
Iron Workers, Metal Workers (so described) 					672
Tradesmens Assistants, Metal, Electrical 					673
Inspectors, Viewers, Checkers, Examiners, Metal, Electrical, n.e.c.		674
MINOR GROUP 7/81: CARPENTERS, WOODWORKING MACHINISTS, CABINETMAKERS AND RELATED WORKERS
Carpenters, Joiners								675
Cabinetmakers									676
Sawyers, Woodworking								677
Woodworking Machinists								678
Patternmakers, Metal Foundry, etc.						679
Polishers, Furniture								680
Sawmill and Timber Yard Workers, n.e.c.						681
Woodworking Factory Workers (so described), n.e.c.				682
Woodworking Tradesmen's Assistants						683
Wood Treaters									684
Woodworkers, n.e.c.								685
MINOR GROUP 7/8J: PAINTERS AND DECORATORS
Painters and Decorators, Building Construction and 
Maintenance, including Painters (so described)					687
Painters, n.e.c.								688
GROUP 7/8K: BRICKLAYERS, PLASTERERS AND CONSTRUCTION WORKERS, N.E.C.
Bricklayers 									691
Plasterers									692
Concrete and Terrazzo Workers							693
Glaziers 									694
Tilers, Ceramic, Floor, Wall 							695
Foremen, Building and Construction, n.e.c. 					696
Building Tradesmens Assistants, n.e.c. 						697
Building and Construction Workers, n.e.c.					698
MINOR GROUP 7/8L: COMPOSITORS, PRINTING MACHINISTS, ENGRAVERS, BOOKBINDERS AND RELATED WORKERS
Compositors and Typesetters 							703
Printing Machinists, Printers (so described) 					704
Stereotypers and Electrotypers 							705
Photo-engravers, Engravers, Printing 						706
Bookbinders 									707
Printing Workers, n.e.c.							708
MINOR GROUP 7/8M: POTTERS, KILNMEN, GLASS AND CLAY FORMERS AND RELATED WORKERS
Glass Formers, Cutters, Grinders, Finishers					711
Potters and Related Clay and Abrasive Formers					712
Furnacemen and Kilnmen, Glass and Ceramics 					713
Brickyard and Pottery Workers (so described) 					714
Glass Factory Workers (so described)						715
Glass and Ceramics Workers, n.e.c.						716
MINOR GROUP 7/8N: MILLERS, BAKERS, BUTCHERS, BREWERS AND
RELATED FOOD AND DRINK WORKERS
Millers, Grain and Related Products 						720
Bakers, Pastrycooks 								721
Confectionery Makers 								722
Brewers, Winemakers and Related Workers 					723
Butchers and Meat Cutters 							724
Food Preservers and Canners 							725
Dairy Product Process Workers							726
Soft Drink Makers 								727
Food and Drink Process Workers, n.e.c.						728
MINOR GROUP 7/8O: CHEMICAL, SUGAR AND PAPER PRODUCTION-PROCESS WORKERS
Chemical Production-Process Workers						735
Sugar Millers and Processors							736
Paper, Paper Board and Fibre Board Makers					737
MINOR GROUP 7/8P: TOBACCO PREPARERS AND TOBACCO PRODUCT MAKERS
Tobacco Preparers and Tobacco Product Makers 					739
MINOR GROUP 7/8Q: PAPER PRODUCTS, RUBBER, PLASTIC AND PRODUCTION-PROCESS WORKERS, N.E.C.
Rubber Product Workers 								743
Plastic Product Workers 							744
Tanners, Fellmongers and Related Workers 					745
Photographic Printers and Developers 						746
Stone Cutters and Carvers 							747
Paper Product Makers 								748
Concrete and Cast Stone Product Makers 						749
Production-Process Workers, n.e.c.						750
MINOR GROUP 7/8R: PACKERS, WRAPPERS, LABELLERS
Packers, Wrappers, Labellers							754
MINOR GROUP 7/8S: STATIONARY ENGINE, EXCAVATING AND LIFTING EQUIPMENT OPERATORS
Stationary Engine Drivers 							757
Boiler Firemen 									758
Crane and Hoist Operators							759
Riggers and Cable Splicers 							760
Operators of Earth Moving and Other Construction Machinery			761
Material Handling Equipment Operator						762
Oilers and Greasers, Machinery and Vehicles, excluding Ships			763
MINOR GROUP 7/8T: STOREMEN AND FREIGHT HANDLERS
Waterside Workers, n.e.c.							766
Storemen, including Storemen and Packers (so described)				767
Freight Handlers, n.e.c.							768
MINOR GROUP 7/8U: LABOURERS, N.E.C.
Railway and Tramway Repairmen, Fettlers, etc.					772
Labourers, n.e.c., including Labourers (so described):
Index entries for codes 774-785 go to 774 to be allocated to individual codes
by computer on the basis of industry: see below.

Manufacturing:
	Textiles, Clothing and Footwear (2311-2432)
	Including:
		Footwear Repair (4846)
	Excluding:
		Rubber Footwear (2431)	774

	Metals, Metal Products, Transport and
	Industrial Equipment and Household Appliances (2911-333)
	Including:
		Signs and Advertising Displays (3444)
		Motor Vehicle Smash Repairs (4865)
	Excluding:
		Photographic and Scientific Equipmeet, n.e.c. (3311, 3312)	775

	Wood, Wood Products, Furniture (except Sheet Metal) and 
	Mattresses (2511-2516, 2521-2522)					776

	Food, Beverages and Tobacco (2111-2210)					777

	Glass, Clay and Other Non-metallic Mineral Products (2811-2843)		778

	Chemical, Petroleum and Coal Products (2711-2740)			779

	Other Manufacturing (2611-2623, 3411, 3412, 3421, 3422, 
			     3431-3434, 3441-3447)
	Including:
		Rubber Footwear (2431)
		Photographic and Scientific Equip meet, n.e.c. (3311, 3312)
		Photography (9331)
	Excluding:
		Signs and Advertising Displays (3444)				780

Transport, Storage and Communication (5101-5523, 5600)				781

Building and Construction (4110, 4120, 4211-4223)				782

Electricity, Gas, Production and Distribution; Water Supply and 
Sewerage Operations (3610, 3620, 3701, 3702)
Including:
	Sanitary and Garbage Disposal Services (8454)				783

Wholesale and Retail Trade (4610-4726, 4811-4877)
Including:
	Plant and Equipment Hire and Leasing Services, n.e.c. (6360)
Excluding:
	Footwear Repair (4846)
	Motor Vehicle Smash Repairs (4865)					784

Other Labourers, n.e.c. (6111-6320, 6331-6360, 7101-7105, 7200 (part),
8111-8454, 9111-9400, 9900)
Excluding:
	Plant and Equipment Hire and Leasing Services, n.e.c.(6360)
	Sanitary and Garbage Disposal Services (8454)
	Photography (9331)							785
MAJOR GROUP 9: SERVICE, SPORT AND RECREATION WORKERS

MINOR GROUP 9A: FIRE BRIGADE, POLICE AND OTHER PROTECTIVE SERVICE WORKERS
Fire Brigade and Fire Prevention Workers					800
Policemen									801
Other Protective Service Workers						802
MINOR GROUP 9B: HOUSEKEEPERS, COOKS, MAIDS AND RELATED WORKERS
Boarding and Apartment Housekeepers, Workers on Own Account, Status O 		805
Housekeepers, Hospital, School, etc. (excluding private households)		806
Cooks, Chefs									807
Maids, Hotel, Hospital, including Cabin Stewards (excluding private households)	808
Catering and Kitchen Workers, including Canteen Assistants (excluding 
private households) 								809
Domestic Workers, Private Households, n.e.c.					810
Other Domestic Service Workers							811
MINOR GROUP 9C: WAITERS, BARTENDERS
Waiters										815
Bartenders									816
MINOR GROUP 9D: CARETAKERS, CLEANERS, BUILDINGS
Caretakers, Offices, Buildings							820
Cleaners, Offices, Buildings							821
MINOR GROUP 9E: BARBERS, HAIRDRESSERS AND BEAUTICIANS
Barbers, Hairdressers and Beauticians						825
MINOR GROUP 9F: LAUNDERERS, DRY CLEANERS AND PRESSERS
Launderers, Dry Cleaners and Pressers						830
MINOR GROUP 9G: ATHLETES, SPORTSMEN AND RELATED WORKERS
Athletes, Sportsmen and Related Workers						835
MINOR GROUP 9H: PHOTOGRAPHERS AND CAMERA OPERATORS
Photographers and Camera Operators						840
MINOR GROUP 9I: UNDERTAKERS AND CREMATORIUM WORKERS
Undertakers and Crematorium Workers						845
MINOR GROUP 9J: SERVICE, SPORT, RECREATION WORKERS, N.E.C.
Sport and Recreation Workers, n.e.c.						850
Attendants, Hospital and Other Medical, including Nursing Aides and 
Assistant Nurses 								851
Other Service Workers, n.e.c.							852
MAJOR GROUP 10: MEMBERS OF ARMED SERVICES

MINOR GROUP 10A: MEMBERS OF ARMED SERVICES
Officers, Royal Australian Air Force						855
Other Ranks, Royal Australian Air Force						856
Officers, Australian Military Forces						857
Other Ranks, Australian Military Forces						858
Officers, Royal Australian Navy .						859
Other Ranks, Royal Australian Navy .						860
Officers, Overseas Forces in Australia .					861
Other Ranks, Overseas Forces in Australia					862
MAJOR GROUP 11: OCCUPATION INADEQUATELY DESCRIBED OR NOT STATED<

MINOR GROUP 11A: OCCUPATION INADEQUATELY DESCRIBED OR NOT STATED
Occupation Inadequately Described or Not Stated: excluding Managerial Workers
"Other and Inadequately Described or Not Stated", Code No. 119, Major Group 1	865

 

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