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Occupation


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An occupation is defined as a set of jobs whose main tasks and duties are characterised by a high degree of similarity. A person may be associated with an occupation through the main job currently held, a second job or a job previously held.
Source: ILO 2007, Global
A set of jobs or occupational specialisations where the main tasks and duties are characterised by a high degree of similarity (skill specialisation) and are grouped together on OFO (the Organising Framework for Occupations in South Africa) as an occupation; occupations include trades and professions.
Source: SAQA 2013, South Africa
A set of jobs whose main tasks and duties are characterized by a high degree of similarity.
Source: TESDA 2010, Philippines

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