1221.0 - Information Paper: ANZSCO - Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations, 2005  
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Contents >> Appendix 4 ANZSCO major and sub-major groups

The following table shows the major and sub-major groups of ANZSCO, and indicates the predominant skill level(s) of each sub-major group.

Predominant Skill Level(s)

1 MANAGERS
11 Chief Executives, General Managers and Legislators
1
12 Farmers and Farm Managers
1
13 Specialist Managers
1
14 Hospitality, Retail and Service Managers
2
2 PROFESSIONALS
21 Arts and Media Professionals
1
22 Business, Human Resource and Marketing Professionals
1
23 Design, Engineering, Science and Transport Professionals
1
24 Education Professionals
1
25 Health Professionals
1
26 ICT Professionals
1
27 Legal, Social and Welfare Professionals
1
3 TECHNICIANS AND TRADES WORKERS
31 Engineering, ICT and Science Technicians
2
32 Automotive and Engineering Trades Workers
3
33 Construction Trades Workers
3
34 Electrotechnology and Telecommunications Trades Workers
3
35 Food Trades Workers
2, 3
36 Skilled Animal and Horticultural Workers
3
39 Other Technicians and Trades Workers
3
4 COMMUNITY AND PERSONAL SERVICE WORKERS
41 Health and Welfare Support Workers
2
42 Carers and Aides
4
43 Hospitality Workers
4, 5
44 Protective Service Workers
2, 3, 4, 5
45 Sports and Personal Service Workers
3, 4
5 CLERICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE WORKERS
51 Office Managers and Program Administrators
2
52 Personal Assistants and Secretaries
3
53 General Clerical Workers
4
54 Inquiry Clerks and Receptionists
4
55 Numerical Clerks
4
56 Clerical and Office Support Workers
5
59 Other Clerical and Administrative Workers
3, 4
6 SALES WORKERS
61 Sales Representatives and Agents
3, 4
62 Sales Assistants and Salespersons
5
63 Sales Support Workers
5
7 MACHINERY OPERATORS AND DRIVERS
71 Machine and Stationary Plant Operators
4
72 Mobile Plant Operators
4
73 Road and Rail Drivers
4
74 Storepersons
4
8 LABOURERS
81 Cleaners and Laundry Workers
5
82 Construction and Mining Labourers
4, 5
83 Factory Process Workers
4, 5
84 Farm, Forestry and Garden Workers
5
85 Food Preparation Assistants
5
89 Other Labourers
5



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