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Initial stage of organised instruction, designed primarily to introduce very young children to a school-type environment. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Level 1: PRIMARY LEVEL OF EDUCATION. Normally designed to give students a sound basic education in reading, writing and mathematics. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Level 2: LOWER SECONDARY LEVEL OF EDUCATION. The lower secondary level of education generally continues the basic programmes of the primary level, although teaching is typically more subject-focused, often employing more specialised teachers who conduct classes in their field of specialisation. -------------------------------Subcategories--------------------------------------------- LEVEL 2A: - Programme Orientation: General; - Destination: Programmes designed to prepare students for direct access to level 3 in a sequence which would ultimately lead to tertiary education, that is, entrance to ISCED 3A or 3B. LEVEL 2B: - Programme Orientation: Pre-vocational or pre-technical. - Destination:Programmes designed to prepare students for direct access to programmes at level 3C. LEVEL 2C: - Programme Orientation: Vocational or technical. - Destination: Programmes primarily designed for direct access to the labour market at the end of this level (sometimes referred to as  terminal programmes). --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Level 3: UPPER SECONDARY LEVEL OF EDUCATION Instruction is often more organised along subject-matter lines than at ISCED level 2 and teachers typically need to have a higher level, or more subject-specific, qualification that at ISCED 2. --------------------------------Subcategories--------------------------------------------- LeveLVALl 3A - Programme Orientation: General - Destination: programmes at level 3 designed to provide direct access to ISCED 5A. Level 3B - Programme Orientation: Pre-vocational or pre-technical - Destination: programmes at level 3 designed to provide direct access to ISCED 5B. Level 3C - Programme Orientation: Vocational or technical - Destination: programmes at level 3 not designed to lead directly to ISCED 5A or 5B. Therefore, these programmes lead directly to labour market, ISCED 4 programmes or other ISCED 3 programmes. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Level 4: POST-SECONDARY NON-TERTIARY These programmes straddle the boundary between upper secondary and post-secondary education from an international point of view, even though they might clearly be considered as upper secondary or post-secondary programmes in a national context. -------------------------------Subcategories--------------------------------------------- Level 4A - Programme Orientation: General - Destination: designed to provide direct access to ISCED 5A. Level 4B - Programme Orientation: Pre-vocational or pre-technical - Destination: designed to provide direct access to ISCED 5A Level 4C - Programme Orientation: Vocational or Technical: - Destination: Level 4 not designed to lead directly to ISCED 5A or 5B. These programmes lead directly to labour market or other ISCED 4 programmes. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Level 5: FIRST STAGE OF TERTIARY EDUCATION Entry to these programmes normally requires the successful completion of ISCED level 3A or 3B or a similar qualification at ISCED level 4A or 4B. Programmes at level 5 must have a cumulative theoretical duration of at least 2 years from the beginning of the first programme. ------------------------------Subcategories--------------------------------------------- Level 5A ISCED 5A programmes that are largely theoretically tLVALbased and are intended to provide sufficient qualifications for gaining entry into advanced research programmes and professions with high skills requirements. - Duration: Medium: 3 to less than 5 years; Long: 5 to 6 years; Very long: More than 6 years. - Postion in the national degree structure. Categories: Intermediate; First; Second; Third and further. Level 5B ISCED 5B programmes that are generally more practical/technical/occupationally specific than ISCED 5A programmes. - Duration: Short: 2 to less than 3 years; 3 to less than 5 years; Long: 5 to 6 Years; Very long: More than 6 years. - Postion in the national degree structure. Categories: Intermediate; First; Second; Third and further. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Level 6: SECOND STAGE OF TERTIARY EDUCATION (LEADING TO AN ADVANCED RESEARCH QUALIFICATION) This level is reserved for tertiary programmes that lead to the award of an advanced research qualification. The programmes are devoted to advanced study and original research. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Source: OECD Handbook (2004), pp: 88-89.LVALvThe International Standard Classification of Education (ISCED) was designed by UNESCO in the early 1970 s to serve  as an instrument suitable for assembling, compiling and presenting statistics of education both within individual countries and internationally . It was approved by the International Conference on Education (Geneva, 1975), and was subsequently endorsed by UNESCO s General Conference when it adopted the Revised Recommendation concerning the International Standardization of Educational Statistics at its twentieth session (Paris, 1978). Experience over the years with the application of ISCED by national authorities and international organizations has shown the need for its updating and revision. This would further facilitate the international compilation and comparison of education statistics and take into account new developments and changes in education and anticipate future trends in the various regions of the world, such as the multiplication and growth of different forms of vocational education and training; the increasing diversity of education providers; and the increasing recourse to distance education and other modalities based on new technologies. The present classification, now known as ISCED 1997, was approved by the UNESCO General Conference at its 29th session in November 1997. It was prepared by a Task Force established by the Director-General to that effect and is the result of extensive consultations of worldwide representation. ISCED 1997 covers primarily two cross-classification variables: levels and fields of education. UNESCO's data collection programme will be adjusted to these new standards and Member States are invited to apply them in the reporting of education statistics so as to increase their international comparability. To this end, an operational manual, aimed at giving guidance on the interpretation and practical application of ISCED 1997, will be prepared in close collaboration with national experts. Source: http://www.uis.unesco.org/TEMPLATE/pdf/isc^LVALned/ISCED_A.pdf ISBN: 92-9189-035-9 November 1997, Retrieved May 2008.X LVAL 0` P PPPPPʀ ssspH sssssssssssssssssssss sssssssssssssssspH pH pH pH ssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss  ssspH  LVAL` See: European Socio-economic Classification homepage http://www.iser.essex.ac.uk/esec/validation/ Hausen, C. & Jungblut, J.M. & Mller, W. & Pollak, R. & Wirth, H. (2006): Validation of ESeC: The Effect of Coding Procedures and Occupational Aggregation Level. Kunst, A. & Roska, A.-J. & van Agt H. (2006): The European Socioeconomic Classification (ESEC): >>Description of Validation Analysi>>Description of Validation Analysis and/or References for Validation<>Description of Validation Analysis and/or References for Validation<<- Schneider (2008): about 50% explained Variance in ISEI across 5 European Countries.8 LVAL c T TTT * Iscoco: Occupation * Number of employe* Iscoco: Occupation * Number of employees * Employment relation (Self employed, employee) * Responsible for supervising ot* Iscoco: Occupation * Number of employees * Employment relation (Self employed, employee) * Responsible for supervising other employees * To what extent the respondent organize his/her own work * Allowed to influence decis* Iscoco: Occupation * Number of employees * Employment relation (Self employed, employee) * Responsible for supervising other employees * To what extent the respondent organize his/her own work * Allowed to influence decisions about work direction.Isco88 (Com) Emplrel emplno Jbspv nbspv wkdcorgaThe operationalization requieres: - Information about occupation coded to minor group levels of ISCO88 (COM); - Information about employment status and size of organisation in the form of an employment status variable1) Household income converted in Purchasing Power Parities; 2) Household composition: nr. of household members; 3) Household composition: age of household members.Coding educational attainment into ISCED-97 requires detailed country specific information on all educational/vocational qualifications held by respondents. Ideally, this information should cover: 1. Educational Programme: exact denomination; 2. Programme orientation: general, pre-vocational and vocational; fields of study; 3. Type of destination: access to subsequent education; 4. Programme duration: (short, medium, long) 5. Position in the national degree and qualification structure.pLVAL ~>>conceptual limitations of the scale that are either already postulated by the author and / or added by any other person<<- No clear definition of the "Excluded"- ESeC class 10 . - See also the "Substantive Comments" fields in the corresponding "Conversion Routines" which apply also to conceptual issues.>>conceptual limitations of the scale that are either already postulated by the author and / or added by any other person<<Alternatives: square root scale (divides household income by the sqr of household size)."(& )It follows that education, for the purposes of ISCED, excludes communication that is not designed to bring about learning. It also excludes various forms of learning that are not organized. Thus, while all education involves learning, many forms of learning are not regarded as education. For example, incidental or random learning which occurs as a by-product of another event, such as something that crystallizes during the course of a meeting, is excluded because it is not organized i.e. does not result from a planned intervention designed to bring about learning." (UNESCO, 2006, p. 10). " Furthermore, for a programme-based taxonomy it is very difficult to capture educational activities that are not organized in the form of educational programmes of regular education." (UNESCO, 2006, p. 1, para. 21).k LVALrj >>The universe at which the classification conceptually aims; e.g., ESeC - only European countries, ISCED - origina>>The universe at which the classification conceptually aims; e.g., ESeC - only European countries, ISCED - originally only OECD-countries; for psychological instruments - countries/groups/samples for which the Scale was designed<>who invented / constructed the scale / classification?<<who invented / constructed the scale / classification?who invented / constructed the scale / classification?Ganzeboom, H. B. G., & Treiman, D. J. (2003)OECD (2004). OECD Handbook for internationally comparative education statistics. Paris: OECD. www.oecd.org/edu+ O%&kɶHClassificationESeCWP9.2Eurostat ESEC Expert GroupRose, Pevalin, Elias, and Martin (2001)Rose & Harrison (2007)a@V@!Z#v@r@@0@"d@Socio-economic status)XKDZ$hh h@ szvjfb^ZVRNJF6666666666M1*"%?&kHScaleNational Pride Across Survey Programs/Item CollectionNational PridegAײ(@(pH szzzzzzzzzzzzz%?&S\ ScaleNational Identity Across Survey Programs/Item Collectionwho is providing the scale/classification?who invented / constructed the scale / classification?who invented / constructed the scale / classification?l@National IdentityF@@1soooooooooo\\\\\\\\\P%?&ScaleISEIESSGanzeboom, HarryExemplary Reference: Ganzeboom, H. B. G., de Graaf, P. M., & Treiman, D. J. (1992)X@y@!@ V@@ISCO 68, 88 and derivates.E@"I@Occupational statusݶNu[b.^-g111@  s|xtplhdOC7/%?& ScaleEquivalent Household Income (new OECD Scale)WP9.2Haagenars et al. (1994)Hagenaars, A., K. de Vos and M.A. Zaidi (1994). Poverty statistics in the late 1980s: Research based on Micro-data. Luxembourg: Office for official publications of the European Communities.Atkinson et al. (2003)@!@ - All OECD countries.@@--Household Income; Poverty[Alػggggg@gs> {oc@4((oh%?& ClassificationISCED-1997OECD/Eurostat/UnescoUNESCOOECD (1999): Classifying educational programmes: Manual for the implementation of ISCED-97 in OECD countries. Paris: OECD.r@1@vvH)v@j@@not applicableW@Education; Socio-economic Status8po+Nƞ!s(@(pH sNJ>:62.*&" xl`THTL6"%? LVALo ̬ Simplified version: 1 'self empl w/10+ employees' 2 'self empl w/1-9 employees' 3 'self empl w/no empoyees' 4 'expert managers' 6 'expert workers' 7 'skilled manager/superv' 9 'skilled workers' 10 'low skilled manager/superv' 12 'low skilled workers'. Full version: 1 'Self eSimplified version: 1 'self empl w/10+ employees' 2 'seSimplified version: 1 'self empl w/10+ employees' 2 'self empl w/1-9 employees' 3 'self empl w/no empoyees' 4 'expert managers' 6 'expert workers' 7 'skilled manager/superv' 9 'skilled workers' 10 'low skilled manager/superv' 12 'low skilled workers'. Full version: 1 'Self empl w/10+ employees' 2 'Self empl w/1-9 employees' 3 'Self empl w/no empoyees' 4 'Expert managers' 5 'Expert supervisors' 6 'Experts' 7 'Skilled managers' 8 'Skilled supervisors' 9 'Skilled workers' 10 'Low skilled managers' 11 'Low skilled supervisors' 12 'Low skilled workers'.Calculation of the index was based on education, income and occupation variables. Scale ranges from 10 to 90. Theory: different occupational activities have different educational requirements and result in different income levels, whereas the higher the requirements, the higher the income. See Ganzeboom Ganzeboom, H. B. G., de Graaf, P. M., & Treiman, D. J. (1992). Accordingly,the ISEI index is generated by the optimal scaling of occupation unit groups to maximize the indirect effect of education on income through occupation and to minimize the direct effect of education on income, net of occupation (with both effects net of age)- see Conceptual Basis. - Values= min. 0. The operationalization could result in categories of household income contatining ranges of values.ULVAL8 i"(& ) The principal scientific objective of this proposal is to create a conceptually clear, validated and easily operationalized socio-economic classification for use in comparative European analyses of key policy and scientific issues of direct relevance to the evolving knowledge based society. Currently, comparative European research is hampered by the absence of a measure of social structure and social position. The creation of a European Socio-economic Classification (ESeC) will fill this void in the European Statistical System and thus will stimulate comparative and interdisciplinary research across current and future European member states. By facilitating the analysis of key Europe-wide data resources, it will allow researchers to address the gap in our understanding between the preval"(& ) The principal scientific objective of this proposal is to create a conceptually clear, validated and easily operationalized socio-economic classification for use in comparative European analyses of key policy and scientific issues of direct relevance to the evolving knowledge based society. Currently, comparative European research is hampered by the absence of a measure of social structure and social position. The creation of a European Socio-economic Classification (ESeC) will fill this void in the European Statistical System and thus will stimulate comparative and interdisciplinary research across current and future European member states. By facilitating the analysis of key Europe-wide data resources, it will allow researchers to address the gap in our understanding between the prevalence and distribution of quality of life issues such as educational and health inequalities on the one hand and broader social and economic inequalities on the other. That is, an ESeC will provide a fundamental and essential tool which will facilitate our understanding of the knowledge based society, its consequences for social cohesion and in particular key issues relating to old and new social and economic inequalities. Thereby it will make a vital contribution both to the understanding of societal problems in Europe and therefore to the creation of a European Research Area in the social sciences by dramatically improving the quality and utility of pan-European official statistics.(& )". Source: European Socio-economic Classification homepage http://www.iser.essex.ac.uk/esec/desc/objectives.phpISEI: International Socio-Economic Index of Occupational Satus. ISEI measures the socio-economic status of individuals.Concepts: Household income; Poverty. This is the so called "OECD - new equivalence scale". With the help of equivalence scales each household type in the population is assigned a value in proportion to its presumed needs. After having used the "old OECD scale" in the 1980s and at the begining of 1990s, the EUROSTAT adopted in the late 1990s the "new modified OECD-Equivalent scale". These scales are based on considering the "personal needs" of all household members when assesing the total net hosehold income. Consequently, the "amount of personal needs" is differentiated in on whether the household members are children or adults.(For the operationalization please consult the "Conversion Rules" field.2LVALF>>Description of Reliability Anal>>Description of Reliability Analysis and/or References for those<>Description of Reliability Analysis and/or References for those<<LVALv$# Class 1: Large employers, higher grade professional, administrative and managerial occupations: 'the higher salariat' # Class 2: Lower grade professional, administrative and managerial occupations: higher grade technician and supervisory occupations: 'the lower salariat' # Class 3: Intermediate occupations: 'higher grade white collar workers' # Classes 4 and 5: Small employers and self-employed in non-professional occupations: 'petit-bourgeoisie or independents' # Class 6: Lower supervisory and lower technician occupations: 'higher grade blue collar workers' # Class 7: Lower services, sales and clerical occupations: 'lower grade white collar workers' # Class 8: Lower technical occupations: 'skilled workers' # Class 9: Routine occupations: 'semi- and unskilled workers' # Class 10: Never worked and long-term unemployed: 'unemployed'- also Labeld "Excluded" --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Class 1: Large employers, higher grade professional, administrative and managerial occupations: 'the higher salariat' Large employers: large employers are allocated to Class 1 on the assumption that their businesses involve a similar degree and exercise of managerial authority to that of higher managers. In this sense, they are seen as different from small employers in Classes 4 and 5. A size rule of +/-10 employees is used to distinguish large from small employers. Higher grade professional occupations: These occupations are regulated through a service relationship. Examples of professional occupations which would be typical of Class 1 are ISCO Occupational Unit Groups (OUGs) 2421 lawyers, 2111-22 scientists, 2310 higher education teaching professionals and 2142-7 professional engineers. On the grounds that 'a professional is a professional is a professional', the self-employed and small employer professionals are allocated to the same class as employees in their profession. That is, we regard professional status as paramount. ProfesLVAL%sional self-employment is different in nature from non-professional self-employment. Professionals who are self-employed generally have more control over their market situations than non-professionals. They also share more in common with employed professionals than with self-employed non-professionals. Higher grade administrative and managerial occupations<.i>: again regulated via a service relationship, the most typical occupations in this part of Class 1 are Chief Executive Officers and the most senior levels of the civil service or state bureaucracies. Company directors and chief executives are identified by ISCO 1210, higher level government officials by 1110. For other managerial OUGs it is much more difficult operationally to distinguish higher from lower grade managerial and administrative occupations. However, minor group 123 is more likely to have a preponderance of higher grade managers, e.g. 1231 finance managers. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- lass 2: Lower grade professional, administrative and managerial occupations: higher grade technician and supervisory occupations: 'the lower salariat' In the case of lower professionals, skills are more readily transferable and less organizationally specific. Hence they do not have the full service relationship but a modified form of it. Most health, welfare and educational professionals (e.g. 2320-40 teachers, 2446 social workers, 2230 nurses, 2229 medical ancillaries) are thus allocated to Class 2, as are 3143 aircraft pilots and 2451 journalists for other examples. For administrators and managers (and also higher grade supervisors) asset specificity is likely to be high in the sense that people in such occupations use a lot of organisation specific knowledge. Here the modified service relationship derives from the fact that work is more routinely monitored. Of course, people working in these occupations will often have career ladders that, if successful, would take them to LVAL&more senior positions in Class 1. OUGs 1221-26, production and operations managers, seem to be good examples. All managers in small (<10 employees) organisations are also in Class 2. Higher grade technicians are more similar to lower grade managers etc. That is, it is the degree of asset specificity rather than difficulty of monitoring which is paramount and leads to a modified service relationship. Examples would be 3111-7 computing technicians, physical and engineering science technicians and civil engineering technicians. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Class 3: Intermediate occupations: 'higher grade white collar workers' This class has some elements of the service relationship, although overall the form of employment relationship is mixed. The problem here for the employer is not asset specificity but monitoring. Positions in this class exist on the borders of bureaucratic structures and share similar conditions to managers and administrators in terms of salaries, incremental scales and autonomy with regard to time. Typical occupations here include most clerical occupations and administrative assistants, occupations which involve working alongside managers and professionals in ancillary roles, e.g. 3439 administrative associate professionals, 3443 government social benefits officials and 4190 office clerks. There is no career structure comparable to that found in Classes 1 and 2 (other than, perhaps, into supervisory or very junior managerial Class 2 positions). Often these positions involve employees in adhering to and carrying though bureaucratically defined rules with little in the way of discretion but some emphasis on efficiency. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Classes 4 and 5: Small employers and self-employed in non-professional occupations: 'petit-bourgeoisie or independents' These form two of the basic positions in the class schema. Employers buy labLVAL'our and so have some authority and control over employees. The self-employed neither buy nor sell labour. Small employers are distinguished from large employers by the size rule +/- 10 employees. Professional and higher technician small employers and self-employed go to the same class as employees in the same occupation (classes 1 or 2). Hence Class 4 refers to non-professional occupations, i.e. self-employed and own account workers. Class 5 refers to farmers, etc. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Class 6: Lower supervisory and lower technician occupations: 'higher grade blue collar workers' This class, like Class 3, has a mixed form of employment regulation, but in distinction from Class 3, Class 6 has mixed regulation because of problems employers have with asset specificity - that is, employees in Class 6 possess an important element of organization specific skills, that is knowledge of organizational needs. For this reason, some element of an internal firm labour market operates for these occupations. Lower supervisors are found in occupations which, for employees, would place them in Classes 7, 8 or 9. Again they have a certain degree of asset specificity. Lower technicians have greater organization specific skills than other 'blue collar' employers. Typical occupations are 3118 draughtspersons, 7244 telegraph and telephone line installers, 7311 precision instrument makers and 7242 electronics fitters. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Class 7: Lower services, sales and clerical occupations: 'lower grade white collar workers' This class is regulated via a modified labour contract. The precise reasons for this situation are unclear since there appear to be no real monitoring problems for occupations in this class, nor any great issues of asset specificity. It is possible that the expansion and high degree of part-time employment in many occupations in LVAL(this class has led to a worsening of overall employment contracts compared with Class 3 where many of these occupations might once have been placed (e.g. retail assistants). Equally, there may be some positive employment relations' effects of working in large organisations in the public and private sectors. Typical occupations are 5220 shop workers (retail assistants) and 5131-9 care workers. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Class 8: Lower technical occupations: 'skilled workers' A modified labour contract is also typical for occupations in Class 8. Here the employer has some monitoring problems with employees in terms of work quality. There might also be a need to induce employees to invest in developing skills that are important to the employer. Those working in 'skilled' or lower technical occupations may also have organization specific skills or skills in short supply in the labour market. For all these reasons, some modifications to the basic labour contract may be required, such as a weekly wage, overtime pay, greater security of employment and so on. Typical occupations in Class 8 would be 7222 tool-makers, 7231-2 fitters, 7136 plumbers and 8311 locomotive drivers. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Class 9: Routine occupations: 'semi- and unskilled workers' In this class, a basic labour contract prevails since there are no real issues relating to either monitoring or asset specificity. Work is paid for by either the piece or by time (hourly paid). Both the quality and quantity of work are easily monitored and employees are easily replaced without serious loss of productive value. Typical occupations here include 9131 cleaners, 9313-30 labourers, 8321-4 drivers of motor vehicles, 8281-6 assemblers, 8271-9 machine operators, 9151 porters and messengers. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Class 10nLVAL~: Never worked and long-term unemployed: 'unemployed' This class is defined in terms of its exclusion from employment relations. Members of this class seek work but have not been employed either ever or for a considerable period of time, say 6 months or more. If analysts do not wish to implement this class, then the never worked are excluded and the long-term unemployed are re-classified to last main paid job. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The non-employed In order to improve population coverage, ESeC treats those who are not currently in paid employment by allocating them via their last main paid job. Thus, for most non-employed persons (the unemployed, the retired, those looking after a home, those on government employment or training schemes, the sick and disabled etc), the normal procedure is to classify them according to their last main job. The main exception to this rule is for full-time students who are excluded from ESeC and the never worked/long-term unemployed. Long-term unemployed are those who have been out of work for six months or more. The never worked are those who are seeking work but have never had any paid employment. 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Family workers (3) here treated as employees. Variable name in ESS is emplrel** ***Self-employed are split three ways. First take the continuous variable for how many employees people have (in ESS 'emplno') and collapse into categorical variable as below*** recode emplno (0=0) (1 thru 9=1) (10 thru 6000=2) (77777 thru 99999=9) (else=sysmis) into empnum. execute. val labs empnum 0 'No employees' 2 '<10 employees' 3 ' >=10 enployess' 9 'Missing'. mis val empnum (9). fre var=empnum. **now combine basic employment situation (*emplrel*) with supervision variable also to give five statuses** **In ESS this question is called jbspv (yes=1, no=2)**. if (emplrel=2 and empnum=2) @empstat=1. if (emplrel=2 and empnum=1) @empstat=2. if (emplrel=2 and empnum=0 or emplrel=2 and empnum=9) @empstat=3. if (emplrel=1 and jbspv=1 or emplrel=3 and jbspv=1) @empstat=4. if (emplrel = 1 & jbspv >= 2 | emplrel = 3 & jbspv >= 2) @empstat = 5 . execute. var labs @empstat 'ESeC employment status variable'. val labs @empstat 1 'Self-employed 10+ employees' 2 'Self-employed <10 employees' 3 ' Self-employed no employees' 4 'Supervisors' 5 'Employees'. fre var=@empstat. **Stage 2 - creation of 'euroesec' (international comparative version of ESeC based on ISCO minor groups)** *** Recode ISCO 4 digits into ISCO 3 digits*** Compute Isco3d= trunc (iscoco/10). Recode isco3d (Sysmis= -4). mis val isco3d (-4). ***Missing ISCO data (66666 to 99999) copied across, in preparation for household class*** ***blocks of syntax for each employment status variable*** **Each ends with frequency check for errors*** **self-employed 10+ employeesLVAL3. Defaults to 1 unless otherwise in matrix**. do if (@empstat=1). recode isco3d (344, 345=2) (11, 516=3) (621=5) (66666=66666) (77777=77777) (88888=88888) (99999=99999) (else=1) into euroesec. end if. execute. fre var=euroesec. **Small employers <10. Defaults to 4 unless otherwise in matrix**. do if (@empstat=2). recode isco3d (10, 110, 111, 114, 200, 210, 211, 212, 213, 214, 220, 221, 222, 231, 235, 240, 241, 242=1) (223, 230, 232, 233, 234, 243, 244, 245, 246, 247, 310, 311, 312, 314, 320, 321, 322, 323, 334, 342, 344, 345, 348=2) (11, 516=3) (600, 610, 611, 612, 613, 614, 615, 621, 920, 921=5) (66666=66666) (77777=77777) (88888=88888) (99999=99999) (else=4) into euroesec. end if. execute. fre var=euroesec. **Self-employed with no employees. Defaults to 4 unless otherwise in matrix**. do if (@empstat=3). recode isco3d (10, 110, 111, 114, 200, 210, 211, 212, 213, 214, 220, 221, 222, 231, 235, 240, 241, 242=1) (223, 230, 232, 233, 234, 243, 244, 245, 246, 247, 310, 311, 312, 314, 320, 321, 322, 323, 334, 342, 344, 345, 348=2) (11,516=3) (600, 610, 611, 612, 613, 614, 615, 621, 920, 921=5) (66666=66666) (77777=77777) (88888=88888) (99999=99999) (else=4) into euroesec. end if. execute. fre var=euroesec. ***'Supervisors'***. do if (@empstat=4). recode isco3d (10, 100, 110, 111, 114, 120, 121, 123, 200, 210, 211, 212, 213, 214, 220, 221, 222, 231, 235, 240, 241, 242=1) (11, 122, 130,131, 223, 230, 232, 233, 234, 243, 244, 245, 246, 247, 300, 310, 311, 312, 313, 314, 320, 321, 322, 323, 330, 331, 332, 333, 334, 340, 341, 342, 343, 344, 345, 346, 347, 348, 400, 410, 411, 412, 419, 420, 521=2) (621=5) (66666=66666) (77777=77777) (88888=88888) (99999=99999) (else=6) into euroesec. end if. execute. fre var=euroesec. **Employees**. do if (@empstat=5). recode isco3d (10, 100,110,111,114,120, 121, 123, 200, 210, 211, 212, 213, 214, 220, 221, 222, 231, 235, 240, 241, 242=1) (122,130,131, 223, 230, 232, 233, 234, 243, 244, 245, 246, 247, 31LVAL40, 311, 312, 314, 320, 321, 322, 323, 334, 342, 344, 345, 348, 521=2) (11, 300, 330, 331, 332, 333, 340, 341, 343, 346, 347, 400, 410, 411, 412, 419, 420=3) (621=5) (313, 315, 730,731=6) (413, 421, 422, 500, 510, 511, 513, 514, 516, 520, 522, 911=7) (600, 610, 611, 612, 613, 614, 615, 700, 710, 711, 712, 713, 714, 720, 721, 722, 723, 724, 732, 733, 734, 740, 741, 742, 743, 744, 825, 831, 834=8) (414, 512, 800, 810, 811, 812, 813, 814, 815, 816, 817, 820, 821, 822, 823, 824, 826, 827, 828, 829, 830, 832, 833, 900, 910, 912, 913, 914, 915, 916, 920, 921, 930, 931, 932, 933=9) (66666=66666) (77777=77777) (88888=88888) (99999=99999) into euroesec. end if. execute. fre var=euroesec. **Final block to sweep up missing employment statuses. ** **Allocations here on the basis of modal ESS employment status (so-called 'simplified class')**. do if (sysmis(@empstat)). recode isco3d (10, 100,110,111,114, 120,121,123, 200, 210, 211, 212, 213, 214, 220, 221, 222, 231, 235, 240, 241, 242=1) (122, 223, 230, 232, 233, 234, 243, 244, 245, 246, 247, 310, 311,312, 314, 320, 321, 322, 323, 334, 342, 344, 345, 348, 521=2) (11,300, 330, 331, 332, 333, 340, 341, 343, 346, 347, 400, 410, 411, 412, 419, 420=3) (130, 131, 911=4) (600, 610, 611, 612, 613, 621=5) (313, 315, 730,731=6) (413, 421, 422, 500, 510, 511, 513, 514, 516, 520, 522=7) (614, 615, 700, 710, 711, 712, 713, 714, 720, 721, 722, 723, 724, 732, 733, 734, 740, 741, 742, 743, 744, 825, 831, 834=8) (414, 512, 800, 810, 811, 811, 812, 813, 814, 815, 816, 817, 820, 821, 822, 823, 824, 826, 827, 828, 829, 830, 832, 833, 900, 910, 912, 913, 914, 915, 916, 920, 921, 930, 931, 932, 933=9) (66666=66666) (77777=77777) (88888=88888) (99999=99999) into euroesec. end if. execute. fre var=euroesec. var labs euroesec 'European ESeC'. val labs euroesec 1 'Large employers, higher mgrs/professionals' 2 'Lower mgrs/professionals, higher supervisory/technicians' 3 'Intermediate occupations' 4 'Small employers and self-employed (non-agricuZ LVALj lture)' 5 'Small employers and self-employed (agriculture)' 6 'Lower supervisors and technicians' 7 'Lower sales and service ' 8 'Lower technical' 9 'Routine' 66666 'Not applicable' 77777 'Refusal' 88888 'DK' 99999 'No answer'. sort cases by cntry. split file by cntry. weight by dweight. FREQUENCIES euroesec.:LVAL0H h @ @@@@@@@@@@ʈ `      s*s&>#%s "#'s(">s sssssss   ss!'>>!s %"& $!>#sssssss >" >!pH >>sss>4>2<757;s:6> sssssssss s > > ssss> sss ssssssssspH s> s ss s s >sssssss)6698>01s/ss  s sssssss>pH ss sspH > pH > >>sssssssLLVALV h  l HH(xx>>Comments on technical aspects of the routine.<<Conversion routine in Spss-format.Conversion routine in SPSS format- Before running this syntax conversion of detailed ISCED-97 has to be run (Conversion ID: 1213281519) - It operates on following datafiles: 1) integrated ESS3 dataset: ESS3.sav; 2) cumulative ISSP/2005 data-set: ZA4350_F1.sav. 3) cumulative ISSP/2006 datafile: ZA4700_F1.Conversion Routine in Spss-format. A) Syntax section for respondents' ESeC. B) Syntax section for respondent s partner's 'simplified' ESeC .Conversion routine in Spss-format. ISSP/2005 data-set: ZA4350_F1.sav ISSP/2006 data-set: ZA4700_F1.sav- Conversion Routine is in Spss-format- Conversion Routine is in Spss-format- Spss-format; - It operates on following data sets: A) Syntax section for ESS3 - ESS3 integrated data set: ESS3e03_2.por -Data set for Latvia: ESS3LVRO.por B) Syntax section for ISSP 2005 - Data set: ZA4350_F1.sav. C) Syntax section for ISSP 2006 - Data set: ZA4700_F1.sav.>>Comments on technical aspects of the routine.<<- Conversion Routine is in Spss-format- SPSS-Syntax; - It operates on following data: 1) Syntax section for the ESS3 data (ESS3e03_2.por); 2) Syntax section for ISSP 2005 and 2006, data sets: ZA4350_F1.sav (2005) and ZA4700_F1.sav (2006).SPSS syntax; It operates on following integrated ESS3 datasets: ESS3e03_1.por and ESS3e03_2.por. Since minor errors were corrected in the second data release it is recommended to use this data set: ESS3e03_2.por .LVAL 2~ t BäESS Round 1 and ESS Rund 3: all participating countries; only employed respondents and employed respondent s partner; aged 15<.>>implicitly defined by the source data used, however, this field makes this explicit ESS Round 1 and ESS Rund 3: all participating countries; only employed respondents and employed respondent s partner; aged 15<.ISSP 2005 and 2006: all participating countries; employed respondents aged 15<.Eurobarometer (All countries) 17, 19, 21, 24, 26, 30, 42, 47.1, 52.0, 53, 54.1, 56.2, 57.1, 60.1, 62.2, 64.2.For ISSP 1995 and ISSP 2003: 1 Australia (AU) 2 Germany-West (DE-W) 3 Germany-East (DE-E) 4 Great Britain (GB) 5 United States (US) 6 Austria (AT) 7 Hungary (HU) 8 Ireland (IE) 9 Netherlands (NL) 10 Norway (NO) 11 Sweden (SE) 12 Czech Republic (CZ) 13 Slovenia (SI) 14 Poland (PL) 15 Bulgaria (BG) 16 Russia (RU) 17 New Zealand (NZ) 18 Canada (CA) 19 Philippines (PH) 20 Japan (JP) 21 Spain (ES) 22 Latvia (LV) 23 Slovak Republic (SK)For ESS 2006: France Germany Hungary Ireland Latvia Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal Spain Sweden Switzerland -ISSP 2005 and 2006: Finland France Germany Hungary Ireland Norway Portugal Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland>>implicitly defined by the source data used, however, this field makes this explicit by listing the samples (e.g. geographical units; cultural groups) and points in time to which the routine could be generalized<<For ESS 2006: France Ireland Netherlands Portugal Spain Germany Sweden Switzerland Norway Hungary Finland Latvia Poland.All participating countries of ESS Round 3 (2006), ISSP (2005 and 2006); In ESS3: employed respondents aged 15 years and older; In ISSP: employed respondents aged 18 years and older (Finland: aged 15 years and older).Employed respondents, aged 15 years and older from all particiapting ESS Round 3 countries, year 2006.LVAL 0 T>>Technical definition and description of the target variable as it appears in the modified, final data set<<Summated scales may be created for 2 or 3 dimensions of the 16 Items on National Pride asked in ISSP1995/2003. 4-Point Likert Type Scale: 1 Very important 2 Fairly important 3 Not very important 4 Not important at all 5-Point Likert Type Scale: 1 Agree strongly 2 Agree 3 Neither agree nor disagree 4 Disagree 5 Disagree strongly0 "0 - Pre-primary level of education" 1 "1 - Primary level of education" 2 "2- Lower secondary level of education" 2.1 "2A - Lower secondary level of education" 2.2 "2B - Lower secondary level of education" 2.3 "2C - Lower secondary level of education" 3 "3 - Upper secondary level of education" 3.1 "3A - Upper secondary level of education" 3.2 "3B - Upper secondary level of education" 3.3 "3C - Upper secondary level of education" 4 "4- Post-secondary non-tertiary" 4.1 "4A - Post-secondary non-tertiary" 4.2 "4B - Post-secondary non-tertiary" 4.3 "4C - Post-secondary non-tertiary" 5 "5- First stage of tertiary education" 5.1 "5A - First stage of tertiary education" 5.2 "5B - First stage of tertiary education" 6 "6 - Second stage of tertiary education " 77 "Refusal" 88 "Dont know + Other" 99 "No answer">>Technical definition and description of the target variable as it appears in the modified, final data set<<Household net equivalence income converted in PPP for EU in EURRange of index values: 10 (Low) - 90 (High Socioeconomic Status)1 'Large employers, higher mgrs/professionals' 2 'Lower mgrs/professionals, higher supervisory/technicians' 3 'Intermediate occupations' 4 'Small employers and self-employed (non-agriculture)' 5 'Small employers and self-employed (agriculture)' 6 'Lower supervisors and technicians' 7 'Lower sales and service ' 8 'Lower technical' 9 'Routine' 66666 'Not applicable' 77777 'Refusal' 88888 'DK' 99999 'No answer'GLVAL j 2  gThis variable was derived from the Target Variable "ISCED-97", by recoding its subcategories into main ISCED- levles (e.g., Levels 3A, 3B, 3C were recorded into ISCED Level 3). FoThis variable was derived from the Target Variable "ISCED-97", by recoding its subcategories into main ISCED- levles (e.g., Levels 3A, 3B, 3C were recorded into ISCED Level 3). For a detailed description of the whole conversion process on which this new ISCED target variable is based, please consult Conv. Routine ID: 1213281519 and Conversions_into_Isced97.xls.This variable was derived from the Target Variable "ISCED-97", by recoding its subcategories into main ISCED- levles (e.g., Levels 3A, 3B, 3C were recorded into ISCED Level 3). For a detailed description of the whole conversion process on which this new ISCED target variable is based, please consult Conv. Routine ID: 1213281519 and Conversions_into_Isced97.xls.1. Recode ISCO 88 4 digits into ISCO 88 3 digits. 2. ESeC categories are allocated to ISCO 88-Codes (3 digits) (See Draft matrix for  international version of ESeC at three ISCO digits on http://www.iser.essex.ac.uk/esec/consort/matrices/).1. A filter variable was created for unemployed, retired persons, housewives and students. 2. The self-employed Rs are split into 3 categories according to the number of employees (No employees, 9 or less employees, 10 or more employees). 3. Employed and self-employed (basic employment situation) were differentiated. 4. Employees were further classified into supervisors and non-supervisors. 5. The basic employment situation is combined with the supervision variable to create an employment status variable with five categories: 1) Self-employed= 10+ employees, 2) Self-employed= <10 employees, 3) Self-employed = no employees, 4) Supervisors, 5) Employees. 6. The  4 digits ISCO-88 is transformed into  3 digits ISCO 88 (by removing the 4th digit), in order to apply the conversion recommended by the ESeC- working group. 7. Finally, the employment status was combined with ISCO-88 (See Draft matrix for deriving ESeC using the three ISCO digits on http://www.iser.essex.ac.uk/esec/consort/matrices/)The identity of Literal Question Text and Answer Categories were checked.>>This field comprises a short description of the practical steps used in deriving the Target Variable with the data at hand, e.g., EGP: Step 1: Code occupation into ISCO 88; Step 2: Derive respondent s employment status/organization size& Step 5: With all variables produced in step 1 to 4 assign EGP categories- assignment is produced using the coding rules.<<1) Calculate age for every person in Household 2) Count persons aged above 14 and under 15 seperately per Household 3) Convert Net Household Income categories into EUR PPPs for each country. 4) Compute new OECD Scale = Hhincome/(1+ Zx0.5+ Yx0.3), where - 1 stands for the Head of Household (Reference Person/Respondent) - Z for Number of other Hh-members aged over 14 - Y for Number Hh-members aged below 15.Matching the four digit ISCO88 codes to ISEI- scores.1. Distinguish between employed and self-employed (basic employment situation). 2. The self-employed are split into 3 denominations according to the number of employees (No employees, 9 or less employees, 10 or more employees). 3. The basic employment situation is combined with the supervision variable to create a employment status variable with 5 categories (Self-employed 10+ employees, Self-employed <10 employees, Self-employed no employees, Supervisors, Employees). 4. The employment status is combined with ISCO88 (See Draft matrix for  international version of ESeC at three ISCO digits on http://www.iser.essex.ac.uk/esec/consort/matrices/)hLVAL ^  The overall agreement between ESeC based on "full" and "simplified" (three- and two- digit ISCO) conversion is about 85% (see Rose and Harisson, 2007, p.474; WP9.2: Harmonization Results.doc, Table 14 and 15)This is only a check of congruence of coding/measurment.Conversion of isco88-com in EGP 10 for ESS round 3 (2006) >>Comments on the validity of the operationalisation (2.3). Any doubt can be mentioned here. Comments on the substantial conversion decisions, use and application of the target variables. It is important to mark the source of comments (provider / author / author of routine) in the comment field.<<Problems using the conversions of ISCO88 into ISEI scores for the ESS and ISSP data: - Some bias may arise in the current application to the ESS- data since the original syntax was not adapted for the ISCO88 (COM) classification. - Recodings of two and three digit ISCO88 should be further considered.AA, 2009-03-23: - It is not clear how ESeC category 10 ('Excluded') should be interpreted. Although this category is conceptually part of ESeC (as opposed to the EGP schema where it is not specified at all), it is only presented as an optional 'class' with no detailed operational definitions (e.g., Rose & Harrison, 2007, p. 469). - That is why ESeC class 10 is not included in the present 'Conversion Routine' as the Universe is restricted only to employed respondents. These comments apply to all 'Conversion Rules and Routines' on ESeC.LVAL. One-to-one matching of national codes of items which were intended to be identical from the start.>>Operationalisation or prescription for implementation of the underlying classification. A conversion/derivation method building on ideal types or ideal cases, assuming that all required information is available in the data. This field either refers to a description of such codings - e.g., ISCED-Maps, an algorithm and parameter set for removing national item bias etc., or it lists the description in full.<<1. household income (new OECD scale)= Hhincome/(1+ Zx0.5+ Yx0.3), where - 1 stands for the Head of Household (Reference Person/Respondent) - Z for Number of other Hh-members aged over 14 - Y for Number Hh-members aged below 15 Hhincome= Total Household Income 2. Use Purchasing Power Parity: http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/portal/page?_pageid=1996,45323734&_dad=portal&_schema=PORTAL&screen=welcomeref&close=/prc/prc_ppp&language=de&product=EU_MASTER_prices&root=EU_MASTER_prices&scrollto=0ISEI scores were calculated using an alternating least square alghoritm as presented in Ganzeboom, Graaf, & Treiman, 1992 (for furher details see Figure 2 on p. 12 and Appendix C on pp.: 52-53 ).This is the "full" conversion into ESeC using all source variables reccomended by the ESeC Expert team. The "simplified" conversion (Conversion ID: 2072124515) relies only on recodings of ISCO 88(com). The 'full conversion of ESeC was based on the "draft matrix" available on: http://www.iser.essex.ac.uk/esec/consort/matrices/ (last access: 2009-03-23).\/!  Sz! iHkɶHWP9.2Eurostat ESEC Expert Group@eLrvEurostat ESEC Expert Group; Jessica Hotze; A.A.; Vanita Matta@9=nvESeC 'Full ESeC, ISSP-2005, ISSP-2006'N@m@7@6not publishedSocio-economic status; ISSP۪|GBEY.x@58<7>)> pH s PL@<840,($E9- !HkHJessica Hotze, Markus QuandtJessica Hotze, Markus QuandtThis is not a conversion.p@:Jessica Hotze, Markus QuandtK@94ivprd "National Pride"@m@7L@6no publicationNational Pride; Eurobarometer A7-mQH t<[ [ [ @5( > s TPD@<840,(ymF( !HkHJessica HotzeMarkus Quandt, Jessica Hotze@;f@dMarkus Quandt, Jessica Hotze&fvNational Pride@8@7L@6no publicationNational Pride; ISSPHS}HG?C,, @50>pH ss K ymmOC7 !4QH Vanita MattaOECD @e @dAlexandru Agache, Vanita Matta; Annick KiefferbvUvISCED97 'ISCED-97, detailed'@8@7N@6not publishedEducation; ISCED-97; ESS; ISSP; Academic Achievment3%LB} cuZ@5@9/>&>pH s@<0,($ ~rf6* !&iHAnnick Kieffer, Benoit Tudoux>>intellectual originator of the conversions rules and algorithms<<6@;@:Harry Ganzeboomr@9m@TEGP10@8@7b@6>>Full bibliographical information, URL, etc. on where routine or work with that routine has been published for the first time (if ever).<<>>Keywords<<} HߋA5555555@5  suuuuuuugzn) ! Alex Agache, Vanita Matta (GESIS)Alex Agache, Vanita Matta@;Alex Agache, Vanita Matta (GESIS)@9*QvhhincPPP 'Equivalized household income'~@8 @7L@6not publishedPurchasing Power Parity; Income; Household Income; ESS # '&AuRY)@50>pH s wsgc_[WSOK;73/+'#wTTH- !v0WP9.2Harry Ganzeboom@;^@:Harry Ganzeboom8@9>1=vISEI@8@7@6http://www.fss.uu.nl/soc/hg/isko88/Socio economic statusĴpH sAuicWK:." !ЉׄkɶHJessica Hotze, A.A.Eurostat ESEC Expert Group@;D@:Eurostat ESEC Expert Group@9J21vESeC 'Full ESeC, ESS Round 3'N@8@7@6http://www.iser.essex.ac.uk/esec/consort/matrices/Socio-economic status; ESS>pH s VRFB>:62.*{oSG; LVALv>********************************************************************* 1) Syntax for ESS- Round 3 (for ISSP 2005 and 2006 see farther below). recode iscoco (1000=55) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1100=70) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1110=77) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1120=77) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1130=66) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1140=58) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1141=58) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1142=58) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1143=58) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1200=68) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1210=70) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1220=67) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1221=67) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1222=67) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1223=67) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1224=59) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1225=59) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1226=59) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1227=87) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1228=59) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1229=67) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1230=61) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1231=69) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1232=69) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1233=56) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1234=69) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1235=69) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1236=69) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1237=69) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1239=69) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1240=58) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1250=64) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1251=70) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1252=60) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1300=51) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1310=51) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1311=43) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1312=56) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1313=51) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1314=49) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1315=44) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1316=51) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1317=51) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1318=51) into ISEI. recode iscoco (1319=51) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2000=70) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2100=69) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2110=74) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2111=74) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2112=74) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2113=74) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2114=74) into ISEI. recode iscoco (212LVAL?0=71) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2121=71) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2122=71) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2130=71) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2131=71) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2132=71) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2139=71) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2140=73) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2141=69) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2142=69) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2143=68) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2144=68) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2145=67) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2146=71) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2147=67) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2148=56) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2149=69) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2200=80) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2210=78) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2211=77) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2212=77) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2213=79) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2220=85) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2221=88) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2222=85) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2223=83) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2224=74) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2229=85) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2230=43) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2300=69) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2310=77) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2320=69) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2321=70) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2322=66) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2330=66) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2331=66) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2332=43) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2340=66) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2350=66) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2351=70) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2352=70) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2359=65) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2400=68) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2410=69) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2411=69) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2412=69) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2419=69) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2420=85) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2421=85) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2422=90) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2429=82) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2430=65) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2431=65) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2432=65) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2440=65) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2441=78) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2442=71) into ISEI. reLVAL@code iscoco (2443=71) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2444=65) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2445=71) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2446=51) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2450=61) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2451=65) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2452=54) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2453=64) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2454=64) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2455=64) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2460=53) into ISEI. recode iscoco (2470=77) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3000=54) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3100=50) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3110=49) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3111=45) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3112=45) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3113=46) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3114=46) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3115=54) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3116=54) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3117=54) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3118=51) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3119=53) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3120=52) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3121=52) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3122=52) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3123=52) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3130=52) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3131=48) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3132=57) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3133=57) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3139=52) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3140=57) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3141=52) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3142=52) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3143=69) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3144=69) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3145=50) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3150=50) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3151=50) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3152=50) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3200=48) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3210=50) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3211=50) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3212=50) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3213=50) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3220=55) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3221=51) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3222=51) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3223=51) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3224=60) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3225=51) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3226=60) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3227=51) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3228=51) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3229=51LVALA) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3230=38) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3231=38) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3232=38) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3240=49) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3241=51) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3242=38) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3300=38) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3310=38) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3320=38) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3330=38) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3340=38) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3400=55) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3410=55) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3411=61) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3412=54) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3413=59) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3414=56) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3415=56) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3416=50) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3417=56) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3419=55) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3420=55) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3421=55) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3422=55) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3423=55) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3429=55) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3430=54) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3431=54) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3432=59) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3433=51) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3434=61) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3439=54) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3440=56) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3441=56) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3442=57) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3443=56) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3444=46) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3449=56) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3450=56) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3451=55) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3452=56) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3460=43) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3470=52) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3471=53) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3472=64) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3473=50) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3474=50) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3475=54) into ISEI. recode iscoco (3480=38) into ISEI. recode iscoco (4000=45) into ISEI. recode iscoco (4100=45) into ISEI. recode iscoco (4110=51) into ISEI. recode iscoco (4111=51) into ISEI. recode iscoco (4112=50) into ISEI. recode iscoco (4113=50) into ISEI. recode iscoco (4114=51) into ISEI. recodeLVALB iscoco (4115=53) into ISEI. recode iscoco (4120=51) into ISEI. recode iscoco (4121=51) into ISEI. recode iscoco (4122=51) into ISEI. recode iscoco (4130=36) into ISEI. recode iscoco (4131=32) into ISEI. recode iscoco (4132=43) into ISEI. recode iscoco (4133=45) into ISEI. recode iscoco (4140=39) into ISEI. recode iscoco (4141=39) into ISEI. recode iscoco (4142=39) into ISEI. recode iscoco (4143=39) into ISEI. recode iscoco (4144=39) into ISEI. recode iscoco (4190=39) into ISEI. recode iscoco (4200=49) into ISEI. recode iscoco (4210=48) into ISEI. recode iscoco (4211=53) into ISEI. recode iscoco (4212=46) into ISEI. recode iscoco (4213=40) into ISEI. recode iscoco (4214=40) into ISEI. recode iscoco (4215=40) into ISEI. recode iscoco (4220=52) into ISEI. recode iscoco (4221=52) into ISEI. recode iscoco (4222=52) into ISEI. recode iscoco (4223=52) into ISEI. recode iscoco (5000=40) into ISEI. recode iscoco (5100=38) into ISEI. recode iscoco (5110=34) into ISEI. recode iscoco (5111=34) into ISEI. recode iscoco (5112=34) into ISEI. recode iscoco (5113=34) into ISEI. recode iscoco (5120=32) into ISEI. recode iscoco (5121=30) into ISEI. recode iscoco (5122=30) into ISEI. recode iscoco (5123=34) into ISEI. recode iscoco (5130=25) into ISEI. recode iscoco (5131=25) into ISEI. recode iscoco (5132=25) into ISEI. recode iscoco (5133=25) into ISEI. recode iscoco (5139=25) into ISEI. recode iscoco (5140=30) into ISEI. recode iscoco (5141=29) into ISEI. recode iscoco (5142=19) into ISEI. recode iscoco (5143=54) into ISEI. recode iscoco (5149=19) into ISEI. recode iscoco (5150=43) into ISEI. recode iscoco (5151=43) into ISEI. recode iscoco (5152=43) into ISEI. recode iscoco (5160=47) into ISEI. recode iscoco (5161=42) into ISEI. recode iscoco (5162=50) into ISEI. recode iscoco (5163=40) into ISEI. recode iscoco (5164=40) into ISEI. recode iscoco (5169=40) into ISEI. recode iscoco (5200=43) into ISEI. recode iscoco (5210=43) into ISEI. recode iscoco (5220=43) inLVALCto ISEI. recode iscoco (5230=37) into ISEI. recode iscoco (6000=23) into ISEI. recode iscoco (6100=23) into ISEI. recode iscoco (6110=23) into ISEI. recode iscoco (6111=23) into ISEI. recode iscoco (6112=23) into ISEI. recode iscoco (6113=23) into ISEI. recode iscoco (6114=23) into ISEI. recode iscoco (6120=23) into ISEI. recode iscoco (6121=23) into ISEI. recode iscoco (6122=23) into ISEI. recode iscoco (6123=23) into ISEI. recode iscoco (6124=23) into ISEI. recode iscoco (6129=23) into ISEI. recode iscoco (6130=23) into ISEI. recode iscoco (6131=23) into ISEI. recode iscoco (6132=27) into ISEI. recode iscoco (6133=28) into ISEI. recode iscoco (6134=28) into ISEI. recode iscoco (6140=22) into ISEI. recode iscoco (6141=22) into ISEI. recode iscoco (6142=22) into ISEI. recode iscoco (6150=28) into ISEI. recode iscoco (6151=28) into ISEI. recode iscoco (6152=28) into ISEI. recode iscoco (6153=28) into ISEI. recode iscoco (6154=28) into ISEI. recode iscoco (6200=16) into ISEI. recode iscoco (6210=16) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7000=34) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7100=31) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7110=30) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7111=30) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7112=30) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7113=27) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7120=30) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7121=29) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7122=29) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7123=26) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7124=29) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7129=30) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7130=34) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7131=19) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7132=30) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7133=31) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7134=34) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7135=26) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7136=33) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7137=37) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7139=31) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7140=29) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7141=29) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7142=32) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7143=29) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7200=34) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7210=31) into ISEI. recode iscLVALDoco (7211=29) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7212=30) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7213=33) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7214=30) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7215=30) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7216=30) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7220=35) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7221=33) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7222=40) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7223=34) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7224=24) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7230=34) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7231=34) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7232=42) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7233=33) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7234=23) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7240=40) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7241=40) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7242=39) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7243=41) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7244=40) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7245=38) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7300=34) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7310=38) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7311=38) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7312=38) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7313=38) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7320=28) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7321=27) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7322=29) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7323=29) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7324=29) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7330=29) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7331=29) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7332=29) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7340=40) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7341=40) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7342=40) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7343=42) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7344=40) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7345=37) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7346=38) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7400=33) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7410=30) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7411=30) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7412=31) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7413=30) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7414=30) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7415=30) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7416=30) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7420=33) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7421=33) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7422=33) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7423=33) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7424=33) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7430=36) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7431=29) into ILVALESEI. recode iscoco (7432=29) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7433=45) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7434=36) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7435=36) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7436=33) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7437=28) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7440=31) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7441=31) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7442=31) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7500=42) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7510=42) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7520=39) into ISEI. recode iscoco (7530=26) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8000=31) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8100=30) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8110=35) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8111=35) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8112=35) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8113=35) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8120=30) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8121=31) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8122=30) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8123=28) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8124=30) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8130=22) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8131=22) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8139=22) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8140=27) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8141=27) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8142=27) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8143=27) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8150=35) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8151=35) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8152=35) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8153=35) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8154=35) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8155=35) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8159=35) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8160=32) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8161=33) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8162=27) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8163=33) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8170=26) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8171=26) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8172=26) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8200=32) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8210=36) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8211=36) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8212=30) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8220=30) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8221=30) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8222=30) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8223=30) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8224=30) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8229=30) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8230=30) into ISEI. recode iscoco LVALF(8231=30) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8232=30) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8233=30) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8240=29) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8250=38) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8251=38) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8252=38) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8253=38) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8260=30) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8261=29) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8262=29) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8263=32) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8264=24) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8265=32) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8266=32) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8269=32) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8270=29) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8271=29) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8272=29) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8273=29) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8274=29) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8275=29) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8276=29) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8277=29) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8278=29) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8279=29) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8280=31) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8281=30) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8282=34) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8283=34) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8284=30) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8285=30) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8286=30) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8287=34) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8290=26) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8300=32) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8310=36) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8311=41) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8312=32) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8320=34) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8321=30) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8322=30) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8323=30) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8324=34) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8330=26) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8331=26) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8332=26) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8333=28) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8334=28) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8340=32) into ISEI. recode iscoco (8400=24) into ISEI. recode iscoco (9000=20) into ISEI. recode iscoco (9100=25) into ISEI. recode iscoco (9110=29) into ISEI. recode iscoco (9111=29) into ISEI. recode iscoco (9112=28) into ISEI. recode iscoco (9113=29) into ISEI.LVALG recode iscoco (9120=28) into ISEI. recode iscoco (9122=28) into ISEI. recode iscoco (9130=16) into ISEI. recode iscoco (9131=16) into ISEI. recode iscoco (9132=16) into ISEI. recode iscoco (9133=16) into ISEI. recode iscoco (9140=23) into ISEI. recode iscoco (9141=23) into ISEI. recode iscoco (9142=23) into ISEI. recode iscoco (9150=27) into ISEI. recode iscoco (9151=25) into ISEI. recode iscoco (9152=27) into ISEI. recode iscoco (9153=27) into ISEI. recode iscoco (9160=23) into ISEI. recode iscoco (9161=23) into ISEI. recode iscoco (9162=23) into ISEI. recode iscoco (9200=16) into ISEI. recode iscoco (9210=16) into ISEI. recode iscoco (9211=16) into ISEI. recode iscoco (9212=16) into ISEI. recode iscoco (9213=16) into ISEI. recode iscoco (9300=23) into ISEI. recode iscoco (9310=21) into ISEI. recode iscoco (9311=21) into ISEI. recode iscoco (9312=21) into ISEI. recode iscoco (9313=21) into ISEI. recode iscoco (9320=20) into ISEI. recode iscoco (9321=20) into ISEI. recode iscoco (9322=24) into ISEI. recode iscoco (9330=29) into ISEI. recode iscoco (9331=22) into ISEI. recode iscoco (9332=22) into ISEI. recode iscoco (9333=30) into ISEI. var lab ISEI 'ISEI scores'. Execute. ***************************************************************************** 2) Syntax for ISSP-2005. recode ISCO88 (1000=55) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1100=70) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1110=77) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1120=77) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1130=66) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1140=58) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1141=58) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1142=58) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1143=58) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1200=68) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1210=70) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1220=67) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1221=67) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1222=67) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1223=67) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1224=59) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1225=59) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1226=59) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1227=87) into ISEI. recode ISCO8LVALH8 (1228=59) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1229=67) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1230=61) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1231=69) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1232=69) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1233=56) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1234=69) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1235=69) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1236=69) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1237=69) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1239=69) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1240=58) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1250=64) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1251=70) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1252=60) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1300=51) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1310=51) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1311=43) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1312=56) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1313=51) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1314=49) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1315=44) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1316=51) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1317=51) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1318=51) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (1319=51) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2000=70) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2100=69) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2110=74) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2111=74) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2112=74) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2113=74) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2114=74) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2120=71) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2121=71) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2122=71) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2130=71) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2131=71) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2132=71) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2139=71) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2140=73) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2141=69) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2142=69) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2143=68) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2144=68) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2145=67) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2146=71) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2147=67) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2148=56) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2149=69) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2200=80) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2210=78) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2211=77) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2212=77) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2213=79) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2220=85) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2221=88) into ISELVALII. recode ISCO88 (2222=85) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2223=83) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2224=74) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2229=85) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2230=43) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2300=69) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2310=77) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2320=69) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2321=70) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2322=66) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2330=66) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2331=66) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2332=43) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2340=66) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2350=66) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2351=70) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2352=70) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2359=65) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2400=68) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2410=69) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2411=69) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2412=69) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2419=69) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2420=85) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2421=85) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2422=90) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2429=82) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2430=65) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2431=65) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2432=65) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2440=65) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2441=78) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2442=71) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2443=71) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2444=65) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2445=71) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2446=51) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2450=61) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2451=65) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2452=54) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2453=64) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2454=64) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2455=64) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2460=53) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (2470=77) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3000=54) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3100=50) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3110=49) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3111=45) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3112=45) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3113=46) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3114=46) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3115=54) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3116=54) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3117=54) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3118=51) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3LVALJ119=53) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3120=52) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3121=52) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3122=52) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3123=52) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3130=52) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3131=48) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3132=57) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3133=57) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3139=52) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3140=57) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3141=52) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3142=52) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3143=69) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3144=69) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3145=50) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3150=50) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3151=50) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3152=50) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3200=48) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3210=50) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3211=50) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3212=50) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3213=50) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3220=55) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3221=51) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3222=51) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3223=51) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3224=60) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3225=51) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3226=60) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3227=51) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3228=51) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3229=51) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3230=38) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3231=38) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3232=38) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3240=49) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3241=51) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3242=38) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3300=38) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3310=38) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3320=38) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3330=38) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3340=38) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3400=55) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3410=55) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3411=61) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3412=54) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3413=59) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3414=56) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3415=56) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3416=50) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3417=56) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3419=55) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3420=55) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3421=55) into ISEI. LVALKrecode ISCO88 (3422=55) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3423=55) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3429=55) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3430=54) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3431=54) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3432=59) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3433=51) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3434=61) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3439=54) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3440=56) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3441=56) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3442=57) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3443=56) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3444=46) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3449=56) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3450=56) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3451=55) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3452=56) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3460=43) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3470=52) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3471=53) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3472=64) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3473=50) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3474=50) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3475=54) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (3480=38) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (4000=45) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (4100=45) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (4110=51) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (4111=51) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (4112=50) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (4113=50) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (4114=51) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (4115=53) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (4120=51) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (4121=51) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (4122=51) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (4130=36) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (4131=32) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (4132=43) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (4133=45) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (4140=39) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (4141=39) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (4142=39) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (4143=39) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (4144=39) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (4190=39) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (4200=49) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (4210=48) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (4211=53) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (4212=46) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (4213=40) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (4214=40) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (4215=40) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (4220=52) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (4221=52) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (4222=LVALL52) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (4223=52) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (5000=40) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (5100=38) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (5110=34) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (5111=34) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (5112=34) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (5113=34) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (5120=32) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (5121=30) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (5122=30) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (5123=34) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (5130=25) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (5131=25) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (5132=25) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (5133=25) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (5139=25) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (5140=30) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (5141=29) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (5142=19) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (5143=54) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (5149=19) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (5150=43) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (5151=43) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (5152=43) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (5160=47) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (5161=42) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (5162=50) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (5163=40) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (5164=40) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (5169=40) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (5200=43) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (5210=43) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (5220=43) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (5230=37) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (6000=23) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (6100=23) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (6110=23) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (6111=23) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (6112=23) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (6113=23) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (6114=23) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (6120=23) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (6121=23) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (6122=23) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (6123=23) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (6124=23) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (6129=23) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (6130=23) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (6131=23) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (6132=27) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (6133=28) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (6134=28) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (6140=22) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (6141=22) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (6142=22) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (6150=28) into ISEI. recoLVALMde ISCO88 (6151=28) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (6152=28) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (6153=28) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (6154=28) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (6200=16) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (6210=16) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7000=34) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7100=31) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7110=30) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7111=30) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7112=30) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7113=27) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7120=30) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7121=29) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7122=29) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7123=26) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7124=29) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7129=30) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7130=34) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7131=19) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7132=30) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7133=31) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7134=34) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7135=26) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7136=33) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7137=37) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7139=31) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7140=29) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7141=29) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7142=32) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7143=29) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7200=34) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7210=31) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7211=29) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7212=30) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7213=33) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7214=30) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7215=30) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7216=30) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7220=35) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7221=33) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7222=40) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7223=34) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7224=24) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7230=34) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7231=34) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7232=42) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7233=33) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7234=23) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7240=40) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7241=40) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7242=39) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7243=41) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7244=40) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7245=38) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7300=34) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7310=38) LVALNinto ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7311=38) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7312=38) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7313=38) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7320=28) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7321=27) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7322=29) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7323=29) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7324=29) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7330=29) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7331=29) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7332=29) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7340=40) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7341=40) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7342=40) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7343=42) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7344=40) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7345=37) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7346=38) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7400=33) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7410=30) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7411=30) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7412=31) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7413=30) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7414=30) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7415=30) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7416=30) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7420=33) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7421=33) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7422=33) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7423=33) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7424=33) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7430=36) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7431=29) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7432=29) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7433=45) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7434=36) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7435=36) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7436=33) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7437=28) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7440=31) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7441=31) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7442=31) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7500=42) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7510=42) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7520=39) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (7530=26) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8000=31) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8100=30) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8110=35) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8111=35) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8112=35) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8113=35) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8120=30) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8121=31) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8122=30) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8123=28) into ISEI. recode ILVALOSCO88 (8124=30) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8130=22) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8131=22) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8139=22) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8140=27) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8141=27) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8142=27) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8143=27) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8150=35) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8151=35) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8152=35) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8153=35) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8154=35) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8155=35) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8159=35) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8160=32) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8161=33) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8162=27) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8163=33) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8170=26) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8171=26) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8172=26) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8200=32) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8210=36) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8211=36) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8212=30) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8220=30) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8221=30) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8222=30) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8223=30) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8224=30) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8229=30) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8230=30) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8231=30) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8232=30) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8233=30) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8240=29) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8250=38) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8251=38) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8252=38) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8253=38) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8260=30) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8261=29) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8262=29) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8263=32) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8264=24) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8265=32) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8266=32) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8269=32) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8270=29) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8271=29) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8272=29) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8273=29) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8274=29) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8275=29) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8276=29) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8277=29) intoLVALP ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8278=29) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8279=29) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8280=31) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8281=30) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8282=34) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8283=34) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8284=30) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8285=30) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8286=30) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8287=34) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8290=26) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8300=32) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8310=36) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8311=41) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8312=32) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8320=34) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8321=30) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8322=30) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8323=30) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8324=34) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8330=26) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8331=26) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8332=26) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8333=28) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8334=28) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8340=32) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (8400=24) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (9000=20) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (9100=25) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (9110=29) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (9111=29) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (9112=28) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (9113=29) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (9120=28) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (9122=28) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (9130=16) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (9131=16) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (9132=16) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (9133=16) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (9140=23) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (9141=23) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (9142=23) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (9150=27) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (9151=25) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (9152=27) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (9153=27) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (9160=23) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (9161=23) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (9162=23) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (9200=16) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (9210=16) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (9211=16) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (9212=16) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (9213=16) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (9300=23) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (9310=21) into ISEI. recode ISCO8 LVAL 8 (9311=21) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (9312=21) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (9313=21) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (9320=20) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (9321=20) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (9322=24) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (9330=29) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (9331=22) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (9332=22) into ISEI. recode ISCO88 (9333=30) into ISEI. var lab ISEI 'ISEI scores'. Execute.LVALvR********************Datasets************************************ *ESS3e03_1.por [ESS3 - integrated file, edition 3.1 (Latvia and Romania not included)]. *ESS3LVRO.por- identical variable nams as in the integrated file (ESS3 data set for Latvia and Romania). *\ESS3csHU.por- Hungarian data set *************************************************************** *Merge the "integrated" ESS3 data set with the Latvian data set/Replace paths and file names*. Add files /file = 'C:\ESS\ESS3e03_2.sav' /file= 'C:\ESS\ESS3LVRO.sav'. sort cases by cntry idno . save outfile= 'C:\ESS\ess3merged3.sav'. ***Match Hungarian Data. get file = 'C:\ESS\ESS3csHU.sav' /keep = cntry idno hinctnhu. sort cases by cntry idno . SAVE OUTFILE='C:\ESS\ESS3csHU2.sav' /COMPRESSED. Match files /file = 'C:\ESS\ess3merged3.sav' /file = 'C:\ESS\ESS3csHU2.sav' /by cntry idno. Execute. SAVE OUTFILE='C:\ESS\ess3merged4.sav' . compute age2= 2006 - yrbrn2. compute age3= 2006 - yrbrn3. compute age4= 2006 - yrbrn4. compute age5= 2006 - yrbrn5. compute age6= 2006 - yrbrn6. compute age7= 2006 - yrbrn7. compute age8= 2006 - yrbrn8. compute age9= 2006 - yrbrn9. compute age10= 2006 - yrbrn10. compute age11= 2006 - yrbrn11. compute age12= 2006 - yrbrn12. compute age13= 2006 - yrbrn13. compute age14= 2006 - yrbrn14. compute age15= 2006 - yrbrn15. recode age2 age3 age4 age5 age6 age7 age8 age9 age10 age11 age12 age13 age14 age15 (lo thru 14 = 0) (15 thru hi = 1). exe. count HHadults = age2 age3 age4 age5 age6 age7 age8 age9 age10 age11 age12 age13 age14 age15 (1). var lab HHadults 'No of Persons living in household above the age of 14, except Resp'. count HHchild = age2 age3 age4 age5 age6 age7 age8 age9 age10 age11 age12 age13 age14 age15 (0). var lab HHchild 'No of Persons living in household under the age of 15'. mis val hinctnt (). compute PPPinc=hinctnt. recode PPPinc (77=77777) (88=88888) (99=99999). val lab PPPinc 77777 'Refusal' 8888LVALS8 'Dont know' 99999 'No answer'. mis val PPPinc (77777, 88888, 99999). var lab PPPinc 'Transformed income with PPP data from Eurostat'. Do if (cntry="FR"). recode PPPinc (1= 69.04) (2=207.12 ) (3=368.22 ) (4= 690.41) (5= 1150.69) (6= 1610.96) (7= 2071.24) (8=2531.51 ) (9=3682.20 ) (10=5753.44 ) (11=8054.81 ) (12= 11506.88). end if. Do if (cntry="IE"). recode PPPinc (1=62.50 ) (2=187.51 ) (3=333.36 ) (4=625.04 ) (5=1041.74 ) (6=1458.44 ) (7= 1875.13) (8=2291.83 ) (9=3333.57 ) (10=5208.70 ) (11=7292.18 ) (12=10417.40 ). end if. do if (cntry="NL"). recode PPPinc (1= 70.48) (2=211.44) (3=375.89 ) (4=704.79 ) (5=1174.65 ) (6=1644.51 ) (7= 2114.37) (8=2584.22) (9= 3758.87) (10=5873.24 ) (11= 8222.53) (12=11746.48). end if. do if (cntry="PT"). recode PPPinc (1=89.63) (2=268.89) (3=478.03) (4=896.31) (5=1493.85) (6=2091.39) (7=2688.93) (8=3286.47) (9=4780.32) (10=7469.25) (11= 10456.95) (12=14938.50). end if. do if (cntry="ES"). recode PPPinc (1=83.23) (2=249.69) (3=443.90) (4=832.31) (5=1387.18 ) (6=1942.05) (7= 2496.92) (8= 3051.79) (9=4438.97) (10=6935.89) (11= 9710.25) (12=13871.78 ). end if. do if (cntry="DE"). recode PPPinc (1=71.46 ) (2=214.37) (3= 381.10) (4=714.56) (5=1190.94) (6= 1667.31) (7=2143.69) (8=2620.06) (9=3811.00) (10=5954.68 ) (11= 8336.56) (12=11909.37 ). end if. Do if (cntry="SE"). recode PPPinc (1= 64.26880962) (2= 192.8064289) (3= 344.2971944) (4= 647.2787255) (5=1078.797876 ) (6=1519.498285 ) (7= 1928.064289) (8= 2341.220922) (9= 3442.971944) (10=5371.036233 ) (11=7528.631984 ) (12=10833.88505 ). end if. Do if (cntry="CH"). recode PPPinc (1= 55.49928887) (2=166.4978666 ) (3=295.9962073 ) (4= 554.9928887) (5=924.9881478 ) (6=1294.983407 ) (7= 1664.978666) (8=2034.973925 ) (9=2959.962073 ) (10= 4624.940739) (11=6474.917035 ) (12=8324.89333 ). end if. Do if (cntry="NO"). recode PPPinc (1=49.66934408) (2=151.3732391) (3=271.998789 ) (4= 508.5194751) (5=846.7440562) (6=1184.968637) (7=1523.193218 ) (8= 1863.78308LVALH06) (9= 2710.527063) (10=4233.720281 ) (11=5927.208394 ) (12=7620.696506 ). end if. Do if (cntry="HU"). compute PPPinc= hinctnhu. recode PPPinc (77=77777) (88=88888) (99=99999). recode PPPinc (1=119.7000382) (2=300.8676635 ) (3=423.8028379 ) (4=566.1488292 ) (5=727.9056375) (6=889.6624459) (7=1051.419254) (8=1213.176063 ) (9= 1374.932871) (10=1698.446488) (11= 2183.716913) (12=2830.744146 ) (13=4043.920209 ). end if. Do if (cntry="FI"). recode PPPinc (1=65.06971135) (2=195.2091341) (3=347.0384605 ) (4=650.6971135 ) (5=1084.495189) (6=1518.293265) (7=1952.091341) (8= 2385.889416) (9= 3470.384605) (10=5422.475946) (11= 7591.466324) (12=10844.95189 ) . end if. Do if (cntry="LV"). recode PPPinc (1=129.3731354) (2=388.1194062) (3= 711.5522448) (4=1358.417922 ) (5=2264.02987) (6=3169.641818) (7=4075.253765) (8= 4980.865713) (9=7244.895583 ) (10=11320.14935) (11= 15848.20909) (12= 20376.26883) . end if. Do if (cntry="PL"). recode PPPinc (1= 133.3333333) (2= 400) (3= 711.1111111) (4= 1333.333333) (5= 2222.222222) (6= 3111.111111) (7= 4000) (8= 4888.888889) (9= 7111.111111) (10= 11111.11111) (11= 15555.55556) (12= 22222.22222). end if. compute meanHHinc = (PPPinc / (1 + HHadults*0.5 + HHchild*0.3)). exe. var lab meanHHinc 'Equivalized household income - new OECD'. split file by cntry. DESCRIPTIVES meanHHinc. LVAL ***Computing ISCED - main levels of education, i.e. without A, B, C. mis val ISCED (). Compute ISCED= 9999. if ISCED97=0 ISCED= 0. if ISCED97=1 ISCED= 1. if ISCED97=2 ISCED= 2. if ISCED97=2.1 ISCED= 2. if ISCED97=2.2 ISCED= 2. if ISCED97=2.3 ISCED= 2. if ISCED97=3 ISCED= 3. if ISCED97=3.1 ISCED= 3. if ISCED97=3.2 ISCED= 3. if ISCED97=3.3 ISCED= 3. if ISCED97=4 ISCED=4. if ISCED97=4.1 ISCED= 4. if ISCED97=4.2 ISCED= 4. if ISCED97=4.3 ISCED= 4. if ISCED97=5 ISCED=5. if ISCED97=5.1 ISCED= 5. if ISCED97=5.2 ISCED= 5. if I***Computing ISCED - main levels of education, i.e. without A, B, C. mis val ISCED (). Compute ISCED= 9999. if ISCED97=0 ISCED= 0. if ISCED97=1 ISCED= 1. if ISCED97=2 ISCED= 2. if ISCED97=2.1 ISCED= 2. if ISCED97=2.2 ISCED= 2. if ISCED97=2.3 ISCED= 2. if ISCED97=3 ISCED= 3. if ISCED97=3.1 ISCED= 3. if ISCED97=3.2 ISCED= 3. if ISCED97=3.3 ISCED= 3. if ISCED97=4 ISCED=4. if ISCED97=4.1 ISCED= 4. if ISCED97=4.2 ISCED= 4. if ISCED97=4.3 ISCED= 4. if ISCED97=5 ISCED=5. if ISCED97=5.1 ISCED= 5. if ISCED97=5.2 ISCED= 5. if ISCED97= 6 ISCED= 6. IF ISCED97= 77 ISCED= 77. IF ISCED97= 88 ISCED= 88. IF ISCED97= 99 ISCED= 99. var lab ISCED 'Simplified ISCED97 without subcategories; only 0 to 6 main categories- second version'. val lab ISCED 0 '0 - Pre-primary level of education' 1 '1 - Primary level of education' 2 '2 - Lower secondary level of education' 3 '3 - Upper secondary level of education' 4 '4 - Post-secondary non-tertiary' 5 '5 - First stage of tertiary education' 6 '6 - Second stage of tertiary education ' 77 "Refusal" 88 "Dont know + Other" 99 "No answer". mis val ISCED (77 thru hi).>>the full routine in e.g. SPSS syntax, ready for execution. Please include full variable and file names!<<LVALvV***A) Syntax section for ESS- Round 3. *For ISSP 2005 and 2006, see farther below. *ESS integrated data set: ESS3e03_2.por. *Latvian (+ Romanian) data set: ESS3LVRO.por. *Before computing ISCED-97, merge the "integrated" ESS3 data set with the Latvian data set/Replace paths and file names*. Add files /file = 'C:\ESS\ESS3e03_2.sav' /file= 'C:\ESS\ESS3LVRO.sav'. save outfile= 'C:\ESS\ess3merged.sav'. ****End of data set matching. *********************************************************************************** COUNTRY FILTER (countries for which ISCED-97 coding was done) ***********************************************************************************. Compute cntryfilter = 0. if cntry = "CH" cntryfilter =1. if cntry = "DE" cntryfilter =1. if cntry = "ES" cntryfilter =1. if cntry = "FR" cntryfilter =1. if cntry = "HU" cntryfilter =1. if cntry = "IE" cntryfilter =1. if cntry = "LV" cntryfilter= 1. if cntry = "NL" cntryfilter =1. if cntry = "NO" cntryfilter =1. if cntry = "PL" cntryfilter =1. if cntry = "PT" cntryfilter =1. if cntry = "SE" cntryfilter =1. var lab cntryfilter 'Countries with ISCED-97'. compute ISCED97= 9999. val lab ISCED97 0 "0 - Pre-primary level of education" 1 "1 - Primary level of education" 2.0 "2- Lower secondary level of education" 2.1 "2A - Lower secondary level of education" 2.2 "2B - Lower secondary level of education" 2.3 "2C - Lower secondary level of education" 3 "3 - Upper secondary level of education" 3.1 "3A - Upper secondary level of education" 3.2 "3B - Upper secondary level of education" 3.3 "3C - Upper secondary level of education" 4.0 "4-Post-secondary non-tertiary" 4.1 "4A - Post-secondary non-tertiary" 4.2 "4B - Post-secondary non-tertiary" 4.3 "4C - Post-secondary non-tertiary" 5.0 "5-First stage of tertiary education" 5.1 "5A - First stage of tertiary education" 5.2 "5B - First stage of tertiary education" 6 "6 - Second stage of tertiary education " 77 "Refusal" 88 "Dont know + Other" 99LVALW "No answer". var lab ISCED97 'ISCED97 deviated from country-specific level of education'. MISSING VALUES edlvafr edlvahu edlvaie edlvnl edlvno edlvapl edlvapt edlvaes edlvase edlvbch edlvade edlvade (77 thru 99). ****France. IF edlvafr = 1 ISCED97 = 0. IF edlvafr = 2 ISCED97 = 2. IF edlvafr = 3 ISCED97 = 2. IF edlvafr = 4 ISCED97 = 1. IF edlvafr = 5 ISCED97 = 3.3. IF edlvafr = 6 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF edlvafr = 7 ISCED97 = 2.1. IF edlvafr = 8 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF edlvafr = 9 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF edlvafr =10 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF edlvafr =11 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF edlvafr =12 ISCED97 = 6. ***Germany. IF edlvade = 1 ISCED97 = 2. IF edlvade = 2 ISCED97 = 0. IF edlvade = 3 ISCED97 = 2.1. IF edlvade = 4 ISCED97 = 2.1. IF edlvade = 5 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF edlvade = 6 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF edlvade = 7 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF edlvade = 8 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF edlvade = 77 ISCED97 = 77. IF edlvade = 88 ISCED97 = 88. IF edlvade = 99 ISCED97 = 99. ***Hungary. IF edlvahu = 1 ISCED97 = 0. IF edlvahu = 2 ISCED97 = 1. IF edlvahu = 3 ISCED97 = 2.1. IF edlvahu = 4 ISCED97 = 2.1. IF edlvahu = 5 ISCED97 = 3.3. IF edlvahu = 6 ISCED97 = 2.1. IF edlvahu = 7 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF edlvahu = 8 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF edlvahu = 9 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF edlvahu = 10 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF edlvahu = 11 ISCED97 = 5.1 . IF edlvahu = 12 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF edlvahu = 13 ISCED97 = 6. IF edlvahu = 14 ISCED97 = 6. IF edlvahu = 77 ISCED97 = 77. ***Ireland. IF edlvaie = 1 ISCED97 = 0. IF edlvaie = 2 ISCED97 = 1. IF edlvaie = 3 ISCED97 = 2.1. IF edlvaie = 4 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF edlvaie = 5 ISCED97 = 5.2. IF edlvaie = 6 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF edlvaie = 7 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF edlvaie = 88 ISCED97 = 88. IF edlvaie = 99 ISCED97 = 99. ***Latvia. if edlvlv= 1 ISCED97= 0. if edlvlv= 2 ISCED97= 1. if edlvlv= 3 ISCED97= 2.1. if edlvlv= 4 ISCED97 = 3.1. if edlvlv= 5 ISCED97 = 2.3. if edlvlv= 6 ISCED97 = 3.2. if edlvlv= 7 ISCED97 = 5.1. if edlvlvLVALX= 8 ISCED97 = 5.1. if edlvlv= 9 ISCED97 = 5.2. if edlvlv= 10 ISCED97 = 5.1. if edlvlv= 11 ISCED97 = 6. ****Netherlands. IF edlvnl = 1 ISCED97 = 0 . IF edlvnl = 2 ISCED97 = 1. IF edlvnl = 3 ISCED97 = 2.2. IF edlvnl = 4 ISCED97 = 2.2. IF edlvnl = 5 ISCED97 = 3.3. IF edlvnl = 6 ISCED97 = 3.3. IF edlvnl = 7 ISCED97 = 4.1. IF edlvnl = 8 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF edlvnl = 9 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF edlvnl = 10 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF edlvnl = 11 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF edlvnl = 12 ISCED97 = 5. IF edlvnl = 13 ISCED97 = 6. IF edlvnl = 14 ISCED97 = 88. IF edlvnl = 77 ISCED97 = 77. ***Norway. IF edlvno = 0 ISCED97 = 0 . IF edlvno = 1 ISCED97 = 1. IF edlvno = 2 ISCED97 = 2.1 . IF edlvno = 3 ISCED97 = 3.3 . IF edlvno = 4 ISCED97 = 3.1 . IF edlvno = 5 ISCED97 = 4.1 . IF edlvno = 6 ISCED97 = 5.1 . IF edlvno = 7 ISCED97 = 5.1 . IF edlvno = 8 ISCED97 = 6 . IF edlvno = 77 ISCED97 = 77 . IF edlvno = 88 ISCED97 = 88. ***Poland. IF edlvapl = 1 ISCED97 = 0. IF edlvapl = 2 ISCED97 = 1. IF edlvapl = 3 ISCED97 = 2.1. IF edlvapl = 4 ISCED97 = 3.3. IF edlvapl = 5 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF edlvapl = 6 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF edlvapl = 7 ISCED97 = 4.3. IF edlvapl = 8 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF edlvapl = 9 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF edlvapl = 10 ISCED97 = 88. IF edlvapl = 77 ISCED97 = 77. IF edlvapl = 88 ISCED97 = 88. IF edlvapl = 99 ISCED97 = 99 . ***Portugal. IF edlvapt = 1 ISCED97 = 0. IF edlvapt = 2 ISCED97 = 1. IF edlvapt = 3 ISCED97 = 1. IF edlvapt = 4 ISCED97 = 2.1. IF edlvapt = 5 ISCED97 = 3. IF edlvapt = 6 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF edlvapt = 7 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF edlvapt = 8 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF edlvapt = 9 ISCED97 = 6. IF edlvapt = 10 ISCED97 = 6 . IF edlvapt = 88 ISCED97 = 88 . ****Spain. IF edlvaes = 0 ISCED97 = 0. IF edlvaes = 1 ISCED97 = 0. IF edlvaes = 2 ISCED97 = 0. IF edlvaes = 3 ISCED97 = 1. IF edlvaes = 4 ISCED97 = 1. IF edlvaes = 5 ISCED97 = 2.1. IF edlLVALYvaes = 6 ISCED97 = 2.1. IF edlvaes = 7 ISCED97 = 3.3. IF edlvaes = 8 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF edlvaes = 9 ISCED97 = 4.1. IF edlvaes = 10 ISCED97 = 5.2. IF edlvaes = 11 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF edlvaes = 12 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF edlvaes = 13 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF edlvaes = 14 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF edlvaes = 15 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF edlvaes = 16 ISCED97 = 6. IF edlvaes = 77 ISCED97 = 77. IF edlvaes = 88 ISCED97 = 88. ***Sweden. IF edlvase = 1 ISCED97 = 0. IF edlvase = 2 ISCED97 = 1. IF edlvase = 3 ISCED97 = 2.1. IF edlvase = 4 ISCED97 = 2.1. IF edlvase = 5 ISCED97 = 2.2. IF edlvase = 6 ISCED97 = 2.1. IF edlvase = 7 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF edlvase = 8 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF edlvase = 9 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF edlvase = 10 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF edlvase = 11 ISCED97 = 5.2. IF edlvase = 12 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF edlvase = 13 ISCED97 = 6. IF edlvase = 77 ISCED97 = 77. IF edlvase = 88 ISCED97 = 88 . ***Switzerland. IF edlvbch = 1 ISCED97 = 0. IF edlvbch = 2 ISCED97 = 1. IF edlvbch = 3 ISCED97 = 2.1. IF edlvbch = 4 ISCED97 = 3.3. IF edlvbch = 5 ISCED97 = 3.3. IF edlvbch = 6 ISCED97 = 3.2. IF edlvbch = 7 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF edlvbch = 8 ISCED97 = 4.2. IF edlvbch = 9 ISCED97 = 4.1. IF edlvbch = 10 ISCED97 = 5.2. IF edlvbch = 11 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF edlvbch = 12 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF edlvbch = 13 ISCED97 = 6. IF edlvbch = 88 ISCED97 = 88. IF edlvbch = 99 ISCED97 = 99. mis val ISCED97 (77 thru hi). ****B) Syntax section for ISSP-2005. *****Dataset: ISSP 2005 ****Computing a new country variable with combined German samples. recode v3 (2=2) (3= 2) (else = copy) into cntry. val lab cntry 2  DE -Germany 4  GB - Great Britain 8  HU - Hungary 10  IE - Ireland 12  NO - Norway 13  SE - Sweden 15  SI - Slovenia 26  LV - Latvia 28  FR - France 30  PT - Portugal 33  CH - Switzerland 37  FI - Finland . *****************************************************************************LVALZ******************************. *COUNTRY FILTER (only countries with ISCED-97 coding, WP9). ***********************************************************************************************************. if cntry = 2 cntryfilter =1. if cntry = 4 cntryfilter =1. if cntry = 8 cntryfilter =1. if cntry = 10 cntryfilter =1. if cntry = 12 cntryfilter =1. if cntry = 13 cntryfilter =1. if cntry = 15 cntryfilter =1. if cntry = 26 cntryfilter =1. if cntry = 28 cntryfilter =1. if cntry = 30 cntryfilter =1. if cntry = 33 cntryfilter =1. if cntry = 37 cntryfilter =1. var lab cntryfilter 'DE, GB, HU, IE, NO, SE, SL, ES, LV, FR, PT, CH, FI'. ****Computing ISCED-97, detailed version = all levels of education. compute ISCED97= 9999. val lab ISCED97 0 "0 - Pre-primary level of education" 1 "1 - Primary level of education" 2 "2- Lower secondary level of education" 2.1 "2A - Lower secondary level of education" 2.2 "2B - Lower secondary level of education" 2.3 "2C - Lower secondary level of education" 3 "3 - Upper secondary level of education" 3.1 "3A - Upper secondary level of education" 3.2 "3B - Upper secondary level of education" 3.3 "3C - Upper secondary level of education" 4 "4 - Post-secondary non-tertiary" 4.1 "4A - Post-secondary non-tertiary" 4.2 "4B - Post-secondary non-tertiary" 4.3 "4C - Post-secondary non-tertiary" 5 "5 - First stage of tertiary education" 5.1 "5A - First stage of tertiary education" 5.2 "5B - First stage of tertiary education" 6 "6 - Second stage of tertiary education " 66 "Not available: all other countries" 77 "Still at school" 88 "Foreign or other education" 99 "No answer". var lab ISCED97 'ISCED-97 derived from country-specific levels of education'. MISSING VALUES ch_degr fr_degr hu_degr lv_degr fi_degr de_degr no_degr si_degr gb_degr pt_degr se_degr ie_degr (). ****Switzerland. IF cntry= 33 and ch_degr= 0 ISCED97 = 66. IF cntry= 33 and ch_degr= 1 ISCED97 = 0. IF cntry= 33 and ch_degr= 2 ISCED9LVAL[7 = 2. IF cntry= 33 and ch_degr=3 ISCED97 = 3.3. IF cntry= 33 and ch_degr=4 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF cntry= 33 and ch_degr= 5 ISCED97 = 4.1. IF cntry= 33 and ch_degr= 6 ISCED97 = 3.3. IF cntry= 33 and ch_degr=7 ISCED97 = 3.2. IF cntry= 33 and ch_degr= 8 ISCED97 = 3.2. IF cntry= 33 and ch_degr= 9 ISCED97 = 3.2. IF cntry= 33 and ch_degr= 10 ISCED97 = 5.2. IF cntry= 33 and ch_degr=11 ISCED97 = 5.2. IF cntry= 33 and ch_degr=12 ISCED97 = 5.2. IF cntry= 33 and ch_degr=13 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF cntry= 33 and ch_degr= 14 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF cntry= 33 and ch_degr=15 ISCED97 = 6. IF cntry= 33 and ch_degr= 95 ISCED97 = 88. ****France. IF cntry= 28 and fr_degr = 1 ISCED97 = 0. IF cntry= 28 and fr_degr = 2 ISCED97 = 0. IF cntry= 28 and fr_degr =3 ISCED97 = 1. IF cntry= 28 and fr_degr = 4 ISCED97 = 2.1. IF cntry= 28 and fr_degr = 5 ISCED97 = 3.3. IF cntry= 28 and fr_degr = 6 ISCED97 = 3.3. IF cntry= 28 and fr_degr = 7 ISCED97 = 2.1. IF cntry= 28 and fr_degr = 8 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF cntry= 28 and fr_degr = 9 ISCED97 = 5. IF cntry= 28 and fr_degr =10 ISCED97 = 5. IF cntry= 28 and fr_degr = 99 ISCED97 = 99. IF cntry= 28 and fr_degr = 0 ISCED97 = 66. ****Hungary. IF cntry= 8 and hu_degr = 2 ISCED97 = 0. IF cntry= 8 and hu_degr = 3 ISCED97 = 2.1. IF cntry= 8 and hu_degr = 4 ISCED97 = 3.3. IF cntry= 8 and hu_degr = 5 ISCED97 = 4.1. IF cntry= 8 and hu_degr = 6 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF cntry= 8 and hu_degr = 7 ISCED97 = 4.1. IF cntry= 8 and hu_degr = 8 ISCED97 = 5.2. IF cntry= 8 and hu_degr = 9 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF cntry= 8 and hu_degr = 10 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF cntry= 8 and hu_degr = 99 ISCED97 = 99. IF cntry= 8 and hu_degr = 0 ISCED97 = 66. ****Latvia. IF cntry= 26 and lv_degr = 1 ISCED97 = 0. IF cntry= 26 and lv_degr = 2 ISCED97 = 1. IF cntry= 26 and lv_degr = 3 ISCED97 = 2. IF cntry= 26 and lv_degr = 4 ISCED97 = 3. IF cntry= 26 and lv_degr = 5 ISCED97 = 3. IF cntry= 26 and lv_degr = 6 ISCED97 = 3. IF cntry= 26 and lv_degr = 7 ISCED97 = 5. LVAL\IF cntry= 26 and lv_degr = 0 ISCED97 = 66. ****Finland. IF cntry= 37 and fi_degr = 1 ISCED97 = 77. IF cntry= 37 and fi_degr = 2 ISCED97 = 1. IF cntry= 37 and fi_degr = 3 ISCED97 = 2.1. IF cntry= 37 and fi_degr = 4 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF cntry= 37 and fi_degr = 5 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF cntry= 37 and fi_degr = 6 ISCED97 = 4. IF cntry= 37 and fi_degr = 7 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF cntry= 37 and fi_degr = 8 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF cntry= 37 and fi_degr = 9 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF cntry= 37 and fi_degr = 99 ISCED97 = 99. IF cntry= 37 and fi_degr = 0 ISCED97 = 66. ****Germany. IF cntry= 2 and de_degr = 1 ISCED97 = 77. IF cntry= 2 and de_degr = 2 ISCED97 = 0. IF cntry= 2 and de_degr = 3 ISCED97 = 2.1. IF cntry= 2 and de_degr = 4 ISCED97 = 2.1. IF cntry= 2 and de_degr = 5 ISCED97 = 3.2. IF cntry= 2 and de_degr = 6 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF cntry= 2 and de_degr = 7 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF cntry= 2 and de_degr = 8 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF cntry= 2 and de_degr = 9 ISCED97 = 88. IF cntry= 2 and de_degr = 99 ISCED97 = 99. IF cntry= 2 and de_degr = 0 ISCED97 = 66. ***Norway. IF cntry= 12 and no_degr = 1 ISCED97 = 1. IF cntry= 12 and no_degr = 2 ISCED97 = 2.2. IF cntry= 12 and no_degr = 3 ISCED97 = 2. IF cntry= 12 and no_degr = 4 ISCED97 = 3.2. IF cntry= 12 and no_degr = 5 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF cntry= 12 and no_degr = 6 ISCED97 = 4.1. IF cntry= 12 and no_degr = 7 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF cntry= 12 and no_degr = 8 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF cntry= 12 and no_degr = 9 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF cntry= 12 and no_degr = 99 ISCED97 = 99. IF cntry= 12 and no_degr = 0 ISCED97 = 66. ****Slovenia. IF cntry= 15 and si_degr = 1 ISCED97 = 0. IF cntry= 15 and si_degr = 2 ISCED97 = 1. IF cntry= 15 and si_degr = 3 ISCED97 = 1. IF cntry= 15 and si_degr = 4 ISCED97 = 2. IF cntry= 15 and si_degr = 5 ISCED97 = 3. IF cntry= 15 and si_degr = 6 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF cntry= 15 and si_degr = 7 ISCED97 = 5.2. IF cntry= 15 and si_degr = 8 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF cntry= 15 and si_degr = 99 ISCED97 = 99. IF cntry= 15 and si_degr = 0 ISCED97 = 66. ****LVAL]*Great Britain. IF cntry= 4 and gb_degr = 1 ISCED97 = 1. IF cntry= 4 and gb_degr = 2 ISCED97 = 2. IF cntry= 4 and gb_degr = 3 ISCED97 = 2. IF cntry= 4 and gb_degr = 4 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF cntry= 4 and gb_degr = 5 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF cntry= 4 and gb_degr = 6 ISCED97 = 5. IF cntry= 4 and gb_degr = 7 ISCED97 = 88. IF cntry= 4 and gb_degr = 99 ISCED97 = 99. IF cntry= 4 and gb_degr = 0 ISCED97 = 66. ****Portugal. IF cntry= 30 and pt_degr = 1 ISCED97 = 0. IF cntry= 30 and pt_degr = 2 ISCED97 = 1. IF cntry= 30 and pt_degr = 3 ISCED97 = 2. IF cntry= 30 and pt_degr = 4 ISCED97 = 2. IF cntry= 30 and pt_degr = 5 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF cntry= 30 and pt_degr = 6 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF cntry= 30 and pt_degr = 7 ISCED97 = 5. IF cntry= 30 and pt_degr = 0 ISCED97 = 66. ****Sweden. IF cntry= 13 and se_degr = 1 ISCED97 = 1. IF cntry= 13 and se_degr = 2 ISCED97 = 2. IF cntry= 13 and se_degr = 3 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF cntry= 13 and se_degr = 4 ISCED97 = 2. IF cntry= 13 and se_degr = 5 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF cntry= 13 and se_degr = 6 ISCED97 = 2. IF cntry= 13 and se_degr = 7 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF cntry= 13 and se_degr = 8 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF cntry= 13 and se_degr = 9 ISCED97 = 3. IF cntry= 13 and se_degr = 10 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF cntry= 13 and se_degr = 11 ISCED97 = 5. IF cntry= 13 and se_degr = 99 ISCED97 = 99. IF cntry= 13 and se_degr = 0 ISCED97 = 66. ****Ireland. If cntry= 10 and ie_degr = 1 ISCED97 = 0. If cntry= 10 and ie_degr = 2 ISCED97 = 0. If cntry= 10 and ie_degr = 3 ISCED97 = 1. If cntry= 10 and ie_degr = 4 ISCED97 = 1. If cntry= 10 and ie_degr = 5 ISCED97 = 2. If cntry= 10 and ie_degr = 6 ISCED97 = 3.1. If cntry= 10 and ie_degr = 7 ISCED97 = 2.1. If cntry= 10 and ie_degr = 8 ISCED97 = 5. If cntry= 10 and ie_degr = 9 ISCED97 = 5.1. If cntry= 10 and ie_degr = 10 ISCED97 = 5.1. If cntry= 10 and ie_degr = 0 ISCED97 = 99. mis val ISCED97 (66 thru hi). ***************************************************************************. ***C) Syntax for ISSP 2006. *****Computing a new countrLVAL^y variable with combined German samples. recode v3 (276.1=276 ) (276.2= 276) (else = copy) into cntry. var lab cntry "Countries Germany united". val lab cntry 36.0  AU-Australia 124.0  CA-Canada 152.0  CL-Chile 158.0  TW-Taiwan 191.0  HR-Croatia 203.0  CZ-Czech Republic 208.0  DK-Denmark 214.0  DO-Dominican Republic 246.0  FI-Finland 250.0  FR-France 276  DE-Germany 348.0  HU-Hungary 372.0  IE-Ireland 376,1  IL-Israel-Jews 376.2  IL-Israel-Arabs 392.0  JP-Japan 410.0   KR-South Korea 428.0  LV-Latvia 528.0  NL-Netherlands 554.0  NZ-New Zealand 578.0  NO-Norway 608.0  PH-Philippines 616.0  PL-Poland 620.0  PT-Portugal 643.0  RU-Russia 705.0  SI-Slovenia 710.0  ZA-South Africa 724.0  ES-Spain 752.0  SE-Sweden 756.0  CH-Switzerland 826.1  GB-Great Britain 840.0  US-United States 858.0  UY-Uruguay 862.0  VE-Venezuela . *********************************************. *Compute COUNTRYFILTER (only countries with codings for ISCEDD-97, WP9.2). *********************************************. Compute cntryfilter = 0. if cntry = 756 cntryfilter =1. if cntry = 250 cntryfilter =1. if cntry = 348 cntryfilter =1. if cntry = 428 cntryfilter =1. if cntry = 246 cntryfilter =1. if cntry = 276 cntryfilter =1. if cntry = 578 cntryfilter =1. if cntry = 705 cntryfilter =1. if cntry = 826.1 cntryfilter =1. if cntry = 620 cntryfilter =1. if cntry = 752 cntryfilter =1. if cntry = 372 cntryfilter =1. var lab cntryfilter 'DE, GB, HU, IE, NO, SE, SL, ES, LV, FR, PT, CH, FI'. ****Computing ISCED97. compute ISCED97= 9999. val lab ISCED97 0 "0 - Pre-primary level of education" 1 "1 - Primary level of education" 2 "2- Lower secondary level of education" 2.1 "2A - Lower secondary level of education" 2.2 "2B - Lower secondary level of education" 2.3 "2C - Lower secondary level of education" 3 "3 - Upper secondary level of education" 3.1 "3A - UpperLVAL_ secondary level of education" 3.2 "3B - Upper secondary level of education" 3.3 "3C - Upper secondary level of education" 4"4- Post-secondary non-tertiary" 4.1 "4A - Post-secondary non-tertiary" 4.2 "4B - Post-secondary non-tertiary" 4.3 "4C - Post-secondary non-tertiary" 5 "5- First stage of tertiary education" 5.1 "5A - First stage of tertiary education" 5.2 "5B - First stage of tertiary education" 6 "6 - Second stage of tertiary education " 66 "Not available: all other countries" 77 "Still at school" 88 "Foreign or other education" 99 "No answer". var lab ISCED97 'ISCED-97 derived from country-specific level of education'. MISSING VALUES ch_degr fr_degr hu_degr lv_degr fi_degr de_degr no_degr si_degr gb_degr pt_degr se_degr ie_degr (). ****Switzerland. IF cntry= 756 and ch_degr= 1 ISCED97 = 0. IF cntry= 756 and ch_degr= 2 ISCED97 = 1. IF cntry= 756 and ch_degr=3 ISCED97 = 2.1. IF cntry= 756 and ch_degr=4 ISCED97 = 3.3. IF cntry= 756 and ch_degr= 5 ISCED97 = 3.3. IF cntry= 756 and ch_degr= 6 ISCED97 = 3.2. IF cntry= 756 and ch_degr= 7 ISCED97 = 3. IF cntry= 756 and ch_degr= 8 ISCED97 = 3.2. IF cntry= 756 and ch_degr= 9 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF cntry= 756 and ch_degr= 10 ISCED97 = 5.2. IF cntry= 756 and ch_degr= 11 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF cntry= 756 and ch_degr= 12 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF cntry= 756 and ch_degr= 13 ISCED97 = 6. IF cntry= 756 and ch_degr= 95 ISCED97 = 88. IF cntry= 756 and ch_degr= 98 ISCED97 = 99. ****France. IF cntry= 250 and fr_degr = 1 ISCED97 = 0. IF cntry= 250 and fr_degr = 2 ISCED97 = 0. IF cntry= 250 and fr_degr = 3 ISCED97 = 1. IF cntry= 250 and fr_degr = 4 ISCED97 = 2.1. IF cntry= 250 and fr_degr = 5 ISCED97 = 3.3. IF cntry= 250 and fr_degr = 6 ISCED97 = 3.3. IF cntry= 250 and fr_degr = 7 ISCED97 = 2.1. IF cntry= 250 and fr_degr = 8 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF cntry= 250 and fr_degr = 9 ISCED97 = 5. IF cntry= 250 and fr_degr = 10 ISCED97 = 5. IF cntry= 250 and fr_degr = 99 ISCED97 = 99. IF cntry= 250LVAL` and fr_degr = 0 ISCED97 = 66. ****Hungary. IF cntry= 348 and hu_degr = 1 ISCED97 = 0. IF cntry= 348 and hu_degr = 2 ISCED97 = 0. IF cntry= 348 and hu_degr = 3 ISCED97 = 2.1. IF cntry= 348 and hu_degr = 4 ISCED97 = 3.3. IF cntry= 348 and hu_degr = 5 ISCED97 = 4.1. IF cntry= 348 and hu_degr = 6 ISCED97 = 4.1. IF cntry= 348 and hu_degr = 7 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF cntry= 348 and hu_degr = 8 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF cntry= 348 and hu_degr = 9 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF cntry= 348 and hu_degr = 0 ISCED97 = 66. ****Latvia. IF cntry= 428 and lv_degr = 1 ISCED97 = 0. IF cntry= 428 and lv_degr = 2 ISCED97 = 1. IF cntry= 428 and lv_degr = 3 ISCED97 = 2. IF cntry= 428 and lv_degr = 4 ISCED97 = 3. IF cntry= 428 and lv_degr = 5 ISCED97 = 3. IF cntry= 428 and lv_degr = 6 ISCED97 = 3. IF cntry= 428 and lv_degr = 7 ISCED97 = 5. IF cntry= 428 and lv_degr = 0 ISCED97 = 66. ****Finland. IF cntry= 246 and fi_degr = 1 ISCED97 = 77. IF cntry= 246 and fi_degr = 2 ISCED97 = 1. IF cntry= 246 and fi_degr = 3 ISCED97 = 2.1. IF cntry= 246 and fi_degr = 4 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF cntry= 246 and fi_degr = 5 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF cntry= 246 and fi_degr = 6 ISCED97 = 4. IF cntry= 246 and fi_degr = 7 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF cntry= 246 and fi_degr = 8 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF cntry= 246 and fi_degr = 9 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF cntry= 246 and fi_degr = 99 ISCED97 = 99. IF cntry= 246 and fi_degr = 0 ISCED97 = 66. ****Germany. IF cntry= 276 and de_degr = 1 ISCED97 = 77. IF cntry= 276 and de_degr = 2 ISCED97 = 0. IF cntry= 276 and de_degr = 3 ISCED97 = 2.1. IF cntry= 276 and de_degr = 4 ISCED97 = 2.1. IF cntry= 276 and de_degr = 5 ISCED97 = 3.2. IF cntry= 276 and de_degr = 6 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF cntry= 276 and de_degr = 7 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF cntry= 276 and de_degr = 8 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF cntry= 276 and de_degr = 9 ISCED97 = 88. IF cntry= 276 and de_degr = 99 ISCED97 = 99. IF cntry= 276 and de_degr = 0 ISCED97 = 66. ***Norway. IF cntry= 578 and no_degr = 1 ISCED97 = 1. IF cntry= 578 and no_degr =LVALa 2 ISCED97 = 2.2. IF cntry= 578 and no_degr = 3 ISCED97 = 2. IF cntry= 578 and no_degr = 4 ISCED97 = 3.2. IF cntry= 578 and no_degr = 5 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF cntry= 578 and no_degr = 6 ISCED97 = 4.1. IF cntry= 578 and no_degr = 7 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF cntry= 578 and no_degr = 8 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF cntry= 578 and no_degr = 9 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF cntry= 578 and no_degr = 99 ISCED97 = 99. IF cntry= 578 and no_degr = 0 ISCED97 = 66. ****Slovenia. IF cntry= 705 and si_degr = 1 ISCED97 = 0. IF cntry= 705 and si_degr = 2 ISCED97 = 1. IF cntry= 705 and si_degr = 3 ISCED97 = 1. IF cntry= 705 and si_degr = 4 ISCED97 = 2. IF cntry= 705 and si_degr = 5 ISCED97 = 3. IF cntry= 705 and si_degr = 6 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF cntry= 705 and si_degr = 7 ISCED97 = 5.2. IF cntry= 705 and si_degr = 8 ISCED97 = 5.1. IF cntry= 705 and si_degr = 99 ISCED97 = 99. IF cntry= 705 and si_degr = 0 ISCED97 = 66. *****GBR (United Kindom without Ireland). IF cntry= 826.1 and gb_degr = 1 ISCED97 = 1. IF cntry= 826.1 and gb_degr = 2 ISCED97 = 2. IF cntry= 826.1 and gb_degr = 3 ISCED97 = 2. IF cntry= 826.1 and gb_degr = 4 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF cntry= 826.1 and gb_degr = 5 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF cntry= 826.1 and gb_degr = 6 ISCED97 = 5. IF cntry= 826.1 and gb_degr = 7 ISCED97 = 88. IF cntry= 826.1 and gb_degr = 99 ISCED97 = 99. IF cntry= 826.1 and gb_degr = 0 ISCED97 = 66. ****Portugal. IF cntry= 620 and pt_degr = 1 ISCED97 = 0. IF cntry= 620 and pt_degr = 2 ISCED97 = 1. IF cntry= 620 and pt_degr = 3 ISCED97 = 2. IF cntry= 620 and pt_degr = 4 ISCED97 = 2. IF cntry= 620 and pt_degr = 5 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF cntry= 620 and pt_degr = 6 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF cntry= 620 and pt_degr = 7 ISCED97 = 5. IF cntry= 620 and pt_degr = 0 ISCED97 = 66. ****Sweden. IF cntry= 752 and se_degr = 1 ISCED97 = 1. IF cntry= 752 and se_degr = 2 ISCED97 = 2. IF cntry= 752 and se_degr = 3 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF cntry= 752 and se_degr = 4 ISCED97 = 2. IF cntry= 752 and se_degr = 5 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF cntry= 752 and se_degr = 6 ISCED97 = 2. IF cnLVALtry= 752 and se_degr = 7 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF cntry= 752 and se_degr = 8 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF cntry= 752 and se_degr = 9 ISCED97 = 3. IF cntry= 752 and se_degr = 10 ISCED97 = 3.1. IF cntry= 752 and se_degr = 11 ISCED97 = 5. IF cntry= 752 and se_degr = 99 ISCED97 = 99. IF cntry= 752 and se_degr = 0 ISCED97 = 66. ****Ireland. If cntry= 372 and ie_degr = 1 ISCED97 = 0. If cntry= 372 and ie_degr = 2 ISCED97 = 0. If cntry= 372 and ie_degr = 3 ISCED97 = 1. If cntry= 372 and ie_degr = 4 ISCED97 = 1. If cntry= 372 and ie_degr = 5 ISCED97 = 2. If cntry= 372 and ie_degr = 6 ISCED97 = 3. If cntry= 372 and ie_degr = 7 ISCED97 = 2.1. If cntry= 372 and ie_degr = 8 ISCED97 = 5. If cntry= 372 and ie_degr = 9 ISCED97 = 5.1. If cntry= 372 and ie_degr = 10 ISCED97 = 5.1. If cntry= 372 and ie_degr = 0 ISCED97 = 99. If cntry= 372 and ie_degr = 99 ISCED97 = 99. mis val ISCED97 (66 thru hi).LVALvcA. Documentation A1) First, the variables of interest have been identified. Only the information which educational programme the respondents followed last was measured with country specific categories. (type, duration and content of the programme have not been measured separatly/explicitly). A2) ESS- Data Documentation on the questionnaires and the corresponding variables for every country were studied . It was scrutinized how the country specific variables have been build using following documentation - ESS3 Documentation Report: http://ess.nsd.uib.no/index.jsp?year=2007&country=DE&module=documentation - ESS3 Documentation Report, Appendix3 - ESS3 Documentation Report, Appendix5 - ESS3 Source Documents for each country (Questionnaires & Showcards): http://ess.nsd.uib.no/index.jsp?year=2007&country=DE&module=questionaires B) Coding - Assignments of ISCED- codes to the country specific variables were made after consulting the ISCED maps for every country (see References in the "Conversion Rules/Alghoritms" Field). A full correspondence list on how the original country specific categories were recorded was stored in "Conversions_ into_ ISCED.xls". - Recoding rules of the conversion in Boolean logic could also be provided in this field (in this example it's missing, provided in the Spss- syntax); C) Routine Finally, the recodings were written in an SPSS-Syntax. Main functions: The routine matches the datasets with all source variables and results in the target variable ISCED97. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- - A list of all country specific variables for ESS3 on education that were recorded are presented in the subtable below ("Source Data Used in this Conversion"). For details on ISSPsource data please consult ISCED-97 codings.xls. -A full report on all problems based on lack of information in the source variables encountered while coding is presented in "ISCED-97 codings.xls". - LimitationLVALs of the recordings and possible problems with the intepretation of target variables' categories are briefly presented in the "Substantive Comments" field.LVAL|>>Comments on the validity of the operationalisation (2.3). Any doubt can be mentioned here. Comments on the substantial conversion decisions, use and application of the target variables. It is important to mark the source of comments (provider / author / author of routine) in the comment field.<<This is a consistency check of all items on General National Pride across different national samples from two ISSP modules, 1995 and 2003. No active conversion is being performed.---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Comments on the Target Variable's Codes ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- - In labeling subcategories of ISCED-97, the main level denomination was preserved (e.g., "2A- Lower secondary level of education"), since these contain multiple dimension (e.g., Type of Programme differentiated in General and Voccational or Destination of programme) that cannot be reduced to one dimension/denomination. - In most cases, category "0" of the newly created target variable "ISCED" does contain a "pre-school" programme like Kindergarten. However, it is possible that this category also indicates the abscence of any formal education at all. - Across countries, a clear disctinction between subdivisions of Level 2 to 6 wasn't possible. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- - For Germany and France, further recoding into ISCED-97 with ESS-Data from ESS Round 3 should also consider as a source variable for cross-classification the: - years of respondent 's education - and the variable on the field of studies. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- - In case of Germany, ESS3: The original country specific variable on education seem not to cover all asked categories.xLVALhThis is the "full" conversion into ESeC using all source variables reccomended by the ESeC Expert team. A "simplified" conversion based only on ISCO88 could be further developed (see Substantive Comments). The 'full conversion of ESeC was based on the "draft matrix" available on: http://www.iser.essex.ac.uk/esec/consort/matrices/ (last access: 2009-03-23).1. Educational programmes were cross-classified by content into three main educational stages (levels): primary, secondary, and tertiary 2. Subdivisions (A, B, C) for the ISCED-Levels 2, 3, 4, 5 were made upon the 'Type of destination' for the subsequent education programmes 3. Subdivision for the ISCED-Levels 2, 3, 4 were also made according to the 'Programme orientation' (general, pre-vocational and vocational). 4. Moreover, subdivisions of ISCED Level 5 were made upon the dimensions 'Cumulative duration' and the 'Position in the national degree structure'. Every educational programme can be classified into one and only one cell in the level-field matrix. Not every combination of level and field exists, or can exist. ISCED-97 classification maps of national educational certificates were elaborated for all OECD-Countries (codings of national educational programmes into ISCED levels) by OECD, EUROSTAT (UOE- joint data collection of OECD and EUROSTAT), and UNESCO. Representative literature for ISCED-97 mappings (1999-2005): OECD (2004). OECD Handbook for internationally comparative education statistics. Paris: OECD. OECD (1999): Classifying educational programmes: Manual for the implementation of ISCED-97 in OECD countries. Paris: OECD. #A full list of all relevant publications may be provided at request by WP.2.LVALvg*** merge general national pride items of ISSP 1995 and ISSP 2003. *** 2008-07-28, Markus, Jessica. *** congruence of coding of individual items was checked in advance by codebook comparison. sysfile info 'W:\Quandt\PPPHarm\WP9\Work-on-Scales_Classific\National Pride\ISSP\ISSP 95\za2880_f1.sav'. sysfile info 'W:\Quandt\PPPHarm\WP9\Work-on-Scales_Classific\National Pride\ISSP\ISSP 03\za3910_f1.sav'. add files file='W:\Quandt\PPPHarm\WP9\Work-on-Scales_Classific\National Pride\ISSP\ISSP 95\za2880_f1.sav' /rename (v3 v15 to v37 v63 v64 v200 v201 v205 v208 v342=ctr95 impbrn impcit imptlvd implng imprlg imprsp impmmbr ctrycit ctrsham wrldbet ctrybet suppctr sprtprd prddem prdinfl prdecn prdsec prdscnt prdsprt prdart prdmilt prdhist prdfair citz prntcitz sex age dgr isco wgt) /file='W:\Quandt\PPPHarm\WP9\Work-on-Scales_Classific\National Pride\ISSP\ISSP 03\za3910_f1.sav' /rename (v3 v11 to v35 sex degree age isco88 v56 v57 weight=ctr03 impbrn impcit imptlvd implng imprlg imprsp impmmbr impanct ctrycit ctrsham wrldbet ctrybet suppctr sprtprd lessprd prddem prdinfl prdecn prdsec prdscnt prdsprt prdart prdmilt prdhist prdfair sex dgr age isco citz prntcitz wgt) /keep v1 v2 impbrn impcit imptlvd implng imprlg imprsp impmmbr impanct ctr95 ctr03 ctrycit ctrsham wrldbet ctrybet suppctr sprtprd lessprd prddem prdinfl prdecn prdsec prdscnt prdsprt prdart prdmilt prdhist prdfair sex dgr age isco citz prntcitz wgt. fre v1. fre ctrycit lessprd. save out 'W:\Quandt\PPPHarm\WP9\Work-on-Scales_Classific\National Pride\ISSP\natpride9503.sav'. compute ctryboth=99. val lab ctryboth 1 "Australia (AU)" 2 "Germany-West (DE-W)" 3 "Germany-East (DE-E)" 4 "Great Britain (GB)" 5 "United States (US)" 6 "Austria (AT)" 7 "Hungary (HU)" 8 "Ireland (IE)" 9 "Netherlands (NL)" 10 "Norway (NO)" 11 "Sweden (SE)" 12 "Czech Republic (CZ)" 13 "Slovenia (SI)" 14 "Poland (PL)" 15 "Bulgaria (BG)" 16 "Russia (RU)" 17 "New Zealand (NZ)" 18 "Canada (CA)" 19 "Philippines (PH)" 20 "Japan (JP)" 21 "SpainLVALh (ES)" 22 "Latvia (LV)" 23 "Slovak Republic (SK)" var lab ctryboth 'Country'. Missing Values ctr95 ctr03 (). If ctr95 = 1 ctryboth = 1. If ctr95 = 2 ctryboth = 2. If ctr95 = 3 ctryboth = 3. If ctr95 = 4 ctryboth = 4. If ctr95 = 6 ctryboth = 5. If ctr95 = 7 ctryboth = 6. If ctr95 = 8 ctryboth = 7. If ctr95 = 10 ctryboth = 8. If ctr95 = 11 ctryboth = 9. If ctr95 = 12 ctryboth = 10. If ctr95 = 13 ctryboth = 11. If ctr95 = 14 ctryboth = 12. If ctr95 = 15 ctryboth = 13. If ctr95 = 16 ctryboth = 14. If ctr95 = 17 ctryboth = 15. If ctr95 = 18 ctryboth = 16. If ctr95 = 19 ctryboth = 17. If ctr95 = 20 ctryboth = 18. If ctr95 = 21 ctryboth = 19. If ctr95 = 23 ctryboth = 20. If ctr95 = 24 ctryboth = 21. If ctr95 = 25 ctryboth = 22. If ctr95 = 26 ctryboth = 23. If ctr03 = 1 ctryboth = 1. If ctr03 = 2 ctryboth = 2. If ctr03 = 3 ctryboth = 3. If ctr03 = 4 ctryboth = 4. If ctr03 = 6 ctryboth = 5. If ctr03 = 7 ctryboth = 6. If ctr03 = 8 ctryboth = 7. If ctr03 = 10 ctryboth = 8. If ctr03 = 11 ctryboth = 9. If ctr03 = 12 ctryboth = 10. If ctr03 = 13 ctryboth = 11. If ctr03 = 14 ctryboth = 12. If ctr03 = 15 ctryboth = 13. If ctr03 = 16 ctryboth = 14. If ctr03 = 17 ctryboth = 15. If ctr03 = 18 ctryboth = 16. If ctr03 = 19 ctryboth = 17. If ctr03 = 20 ctryboth = 18. If ctr03 = 21 ctryboth = 19. If ctr03 = 24 ctryboth = 20. If ctr03 = 25 ctryboth = 21. If ctr03 = 26 ctryboth = 22. If ctr03 = 27 ctryboth = 23. compute ctryfilter = 0. If ctr95 = 1 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr95 = 2 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr95 = 3 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr95 = 4 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr95 = 6 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr95 = 7 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr95 = 8 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr95 = 10 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr95 = 11 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr95 = 12 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr95 = 13 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr95 = 14 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr95 = 15 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr95 = 16 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr95 = 17 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr95 = 18 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr95 = 19 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr95 = 20 ctr LVAL* yfilter = 1. If ctr95 = 21 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr95 = 23 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr95 = 24 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr95 = 25 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr95 = 26 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr03 = 1 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr03 = 2 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr03 = 3 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr03 = 4 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr03 = 6 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr03 = 7 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr03 = 8 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr03 = 10 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr03 = 11 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr03 = 12 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr03 = 13 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr03 = 14 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr03 = 15 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr03 = 16 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr03 = 17 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr03 = 18 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr03 = 19 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr03 = 20 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr03 = 21 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr03 = 24 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr03 = 25 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr03 = 26 ctryfilter = 1. If ctr03 = 27 ctryfilter = 1.LVALvj*** merge national pride items of Eurobarometer 17, 19, 21, 24, 26, 30, 42, 47.1, 52.0, 53, 54.1, 56.2, 57.1, 60.1, 62.2, 64.2. *** 2008-07-24 Jessica Hotze, 2008-07-31 Markus Quandt. *** Congruence of coding of individual items was checked in advance by codebook comparison. *** With regard to distinguishing sub-samples, the most differentiated Version & Country information available *** was chosen: i.e. Germany is split up into Germany West and Germany East, United Kingdom is split up into Great Britain and *** Northern Ireland. The appropriate weight at nation level was chosen. sysfile info 'W:\Quandt\PPPHarm\WP9\Work-on-Scales_Classific\National Pride\Eurobaromater\Data\Eurobarometer 17 1982\za1208_f1.sav'. sysfile info 'W:\Quandt\PPPHarm\WP9\Work-on-Scales_Classific\National Pride\Eurobaromater\Data\Eurobarometer 19 1983\za1318_f1.sav'. sysfile info 'W:\Quandt\PPPHarm\WP9\Work-on-Scales_Classific\National Pride\Eurobaromater\Data\Eurobarometer 21 1984\za1320_f1.sav'. sysfile info 'W:\Quandt\PPPHarm\WP9\Work-on-Scales_Classific\National Pride\Eurobaromater\Data\Eurobarometer 24 1985\za1542_f1.sav'. sysfile info 'W:\Quandt\PPPHarm\WP9\Work-on-Scales_Classific\National Pride\Eurobaromater\Data\Eurobarometer 26 1986\za1544_f1.sav'. sysfile info 'W:\Quandt\PPPHarm\WP9\Work-on-Scales_Classific\National Pride\Eurobaromater\Data\Eurobarometer 30 1988\za1715_f1.sav'. sysfile info 'W:\Quandt\PPPHarm\WP9\Work-on-Scales_Classific\National Pride\Eurobaromater\Data\Eurobarometer 42 1994\za2563_f1.sav'. sysfile info 'W:\Quandt\PPPHarm\WP9\Work-on-Scales_Classific\National Pride\Eurobaromater\Data\Eurobarometer 47.1 1997\za2936_f1.sav'. sysfile info 'W:\Quandt\PPPHarm\WP9\Work-on-Scales_Classific\National Pride\Eurobaromater\Data\Eurobarometer 52.0 1999\za3204_f1.sav'. sysfile info 'W:\Quandt\PPPHarm\WP9\Work-on-Scales_Classific\National Pride\Eurobaromater\Data\Eurobarometer 53 2000\za3296_f1.sav'. sysfile info 'W:\Quandt\PPPHarm\WP9\Work-on-Scales_Classific\National Pride\Eurobaromater\DaLVALkta\Eurobarometer 54.1 2000\za3387_f1.sav'. sysfile info 'W:\Quandt\PPPHarm\WP9\Work-on-Scales_Classific\National Pride\Eurobaromater\Data\Eurobarometer 56.2 2001\za3627_f1.sav'. sysfile info 'W:\Quandt\PPPHarm\WP9\Work-on-Scales_Classific\National Pride\Eurobaromater\Data\Eurobarometer 57.1 2002\za3639_f1.sav'. sysfile info 'W:\Quandt\PPPHarm\WP9\Work-on-Scales_Classific\National Pride\Eurobaromater\Data\Eurobarometer 60.1 2003\za3938_f1.sav'. sysfile info 'W:\Quandt\PPPHarm\WP9\Work-on-Scales_Classific\National Pride\Eurobaromater\Data\Eurobarometer 62.0 2004\za4229_f1.sav'. sysfile info 'W:\Quandt\PPPHarm\WP9\Work-on-Scales_Classific\National Pride\Eurobaromater\Data\Eurobarometer 64.2 2005\za4414_f1.sav'. add files file='W:\Quandt\PPPHarm\WP9\Work-on-Scales_Classific\National Pride\Eurobaromater\Data\Eurobarometer 17 1982\za1208_f1.sav' /rename (v6 v9 v106=ctry wgt prd) /file='W:\Quandt\PPPHarm\WP9\Work-on-Scales_Classific\National Pride\Eurobaromater\Data\Eurobarometer 19 1983\za1318_f1.sav' /rename (v7 v9 v152=ctry wgt prd) /file='W:\Quandt\PPPHarm\WP9\Work-on-Scales_Classific\National Pride\Eurobaromater\Data\Eurobarometer 21 1984\za1320_f1.sav' /rename (v7 v9 v99=ctry wgt prd) /file= 'W:\Quandt\PPPHarm\WP9\Work-on-Scales_Classific\National Pride\Eurobaromater\Data\Eurobarometer 24 1985\za1542_f1.sav' /rename (v7 v9 v25=ctry wgt prd) /file= 'W:\Quandt\PPPHarm\WP9\Work-on-Scales_Classific\National Pride\Eurobaromater\Data\Eurobarometer 26 1986\za1544_f1.sav' /rename (v7 v9 v61=ctry wgt prd) /file= 'W:\Quandt\PPPHarm\WP9\Work-on-Scales_Classific\National Pride\Eurobaromater\Data\Eurobarometer 30 1988\za1715_f1.sav' /rename (v7 v9 v65=ctry wgt prd) /file= 'W:\Quandt\PPPHarm\WP9\Work-on-Scales_Classific\National Pride\Eurobaromater\Data\Eurobarometer 42 1994\za2563_f1.sav' /rename (v7 v9 v52=ctry wgt prd) /file= 'W:\Quandt\PPPHarm\WP9\Work-on-Scales_Classific\National Pride\Eurobaromater\Data\Eurobarometer 47.1 1997\za2936_f1.sav' /rename (v8 v9 v254=ctry wgt pLVALlrd) /file= 'W:\Quandt\PPPHarm\WP9\Work-on-Scales_Classific\National Pride\Eurobaromater\Data\Eurobarometer 52.0 1999\za3204_f1.sav' /rename (v8 v9 v88=ctry wgt prd) /file= 'W:\Quandt\PPPHarm\WP9\Work-on-Scales_Classific\National Pride\Eurobaromater\Data\Eurobarometer 53 2000\za3296_f1.sav' /rename (v8 v9 v150=ctry wgt prd) /file= 'W:\Quandt\PPPHarm\WP9\Work-on-Scales_Classific\National Pride\Eurobaromater\Data\Eurobarometer 54.1 2000\za3387_f1.sav' /rename (v8 v9 v47=ctry wgt prd) /file= 'W:\Quandt\PPPHarm\WP9\Work-on-Scales_Classific\National Pride\Eurobaromater\Data\Eurobarometer 56.2 2001\za3627_f1.sav' /rename (v8 v9 v47=ctry wgt prd) /file= 'W:\Quandt\PPPHarm\WP9\Work-on-Scales_Classific\National Pride\Eurobaromater\Data\Eurobarometer 57.1 2002\za3639_f1.sav' /rename (v8 v9 v214=ctry wgt prd) /file= 'W:\Quandt\PPPHarm\WP9\Work-on-Scales_Classific\National Pride\Eurobaromater\Data\Eurobarometer 60.1 2003\za3938_f1.sav' /rename (v8 v9 v449=ctry wgt prd) /file= 'W:\Quandt\PPPHarm\WP9\Work-on-Scales_Classific\National Pride\Eurobaromater\Data\Eurobarometer 62.0 2004\za4229_f1.sav' /rename (v6 v8 v356=ctry wgt prd) /file= 'W:\Quandt\PPPHarm\WP9\Work-on-Scales_Classific\National Pride\Eurobaromater\Data\Eurobarometer 64.2 2005\za4414_f1.sav' /rename (v6 v8 v303=ctry wgt prd) /keep v1 v2 v3 v4 ctry wgt prd. recode v1 (1208=17) (1318=19) (1320=21) (1542=24) (1544=26) (1715=30) (2563=42) (2936=47) (3204=52) (3296=53) (3387=54) (3627=56) (3639=57) (3938=60) (4229=62) (4414=64) into wave. var lab wave 'Eurobarometer Wave in which national pride was surveyed'. val lab wave 17 "Eurobarometer 17 1982" 19 "Eurobarometer 19 1983" 21 "Eurobarometer 21 1984" 24 "Eurobarometer 24 1985" 26 "Eurobarometer 26 1986" 30 "Eurobarometer 30 1988" 42 "Eurobarometer 42 1994" 47 "Eurobarometer 47.1 1997" 52 "Eurobarometer 52.0 1999" 53 "Eurobarometer 53 2000" 54 "Eurobarometer 54.1 2000" 56 "Eurobarometer 56.2 2001" 57 "Eurobarometer 57.1 2002" 60 "Eurobarometer 60.1 2003" 62 "Euroba LVAL rometer 62.0 2004" 64 "Eurobarometer 64.2 2005". val lab ctry 1 "France" 2 "Belgium" 3 "Netherlands" 4 "Germany West" 5 "Italy" 6 "Luxembourg" 7 "Denmark" 8 "Ireland" 9 "Great Britain" 10 "Northern Ireland" 11 "Greece" 12 "Spain" 13 "Portugal" 14 "Germany East" 15 "Norway" 16 "Finland" 17 "Sweden" 18 "Austria" 19 "Cyprus (Republic)" 20 "Czech Republic" 21 "Estonia" 22 "Hungary" 23 "Latvia" 24 "Lithuania" 25 "Malta" 26 "Poland" 27 "Slovakia" 28 "Slovenia" 29 "Bulgaria" 30 "Romania" 31 "Turkey" 32 "Croatia" 33 "Cyprus (TCC)". save out 'W:\Quandt\PPPHarm\WP9\Work-on-Scales_Classific\National Pride\Eurobaromater\natprideurobarometer.sav'.LVALR   h41 'self empl w/10+ employees' 2 'self empl w/1-9 employees' 3 'self empl w/no empoyees' 4 'expert managers' 6 'expert workers' 7 'skilled manager/superv' 9 'skilled workers' 10 'low skilled manager/superv' 12 'low skilled workers'.1 'Self empl w/10+ employees' 2 'Self empl w/1-9 employees' 3 'Self empl w/no empoyees' 4 'Expert managers' 5 'Expert supervisors' 6 'Experts' 7 'Skilled managers' 8 'Skilled supervisors' 9 'Skilled workers' 10 'Low skilled managers' 11 'Low skilled supervisors' 12 'Low skilled workers'.Equivalized household income coverted in US-dollar. Values: continous measure with min. = 00 - Pre-primary level of education 1 - Primary level of education 2 - Lower secondary level of education 3 - Upper secondary level of education 4 - Post secondary, non tertiary 5 - First stage of tertiary education 6 - Second stage of tertiary education 77 "Refusal" 88 "Dont know + Other" 99 "No answer""1 'Large employers, higher managers/professionals' 2 'Lower managers/professionals, higher supervisory/technicians' 3 'Intermediate occupations' 4 'Small employers and self-employed (non-agriculture)' 5 'Small employers and self-employed (agriculture)' 6 'Lower supervisors and technicians' 7 'Lower sales and service ' 8 'Lower technical' 9 'Routine' 66666 'Not applicable' 77777 'Refusal' 88888 'Don't know' 99999 'No answer'1 'Large employers, higher mgrs/professionals' 2 'Lower mgrs/professionals, higher supervisory/technicians' 3 'Intermediate occupations' 4 'Small employers and self-employed (non-agriculture)' 5 'Small employers and self-employed (agriculture)' 6 'Lower supervisors and technicians' 7 'Lower sales and service ' 8 'Lower technical' 9 'Routine' 66666 'Not applicable' 77777 'Refusal' 88888 'DK' 99999 'No answer'Literal Question: Would you say you are very proud, fairly proud, not very proud, not at all proud to be (NATIONALITY)? (ONE ANSWER ONLY) 1 Very proud 2 Fairly proud 3 Not very proud 4 Not at all proud 5 DKLVALvo****Syntax version history: *Original ESeC conversion syntax written by the ESeC team (see References), modified by Jessica, 09.09.2008. **Syntax adapted for ISSP 2005 by Jessica Hotze and Alex A., October 2008**. ***VM, AA, March 2009: The syntax developed for ISSP 2005 were run on ISSP 2006 data; SOURCE VARIABLES were identical as in ISSP 2005, except for WRKTYPE- value 5 (2005) became 6 (2006). **** There were at least 10 ISCO88 3 digit codes not included in the syntax, but with valid cases for 2006; this has to be worked out. *See also "Substantive Comments"- field. *Syntax filename: ESeC_full_ISSP-2005-2006.sps. *** Filter unemployed out***. recode wrkst (1 thru 4 = 1) (5 thru 10 = 0) into wrkstfltr. exe. var lab wrkstfltr  Unemployment filter . val lab wrkstfltr 0  Currently unemployed 1  Currently employed . filter by wrkstfltr. *** Distinguish between number of employees (0) none, (1) 1-9, (2) 10 or more ***. recode nemploy (9995=0) (1 thru 9=1) (10 thru 1800=2) (0= 9) (9996 thru 9999=9) into empnum. var lab empnum  Number of employees . val lab empnum 0  No employees 1  1-9 employees 2  10 or more employees . mis val empnum (9). *** Divide into employee= 2 and self-employed= 1***. recode wrktype (4=1) (1 thru 3=2) into emplrel. var lab emplrel  Employment relationship . val lab emplrel 1  Self-employed 2  Employee . ****Differences in WRKTYPE codes across 2005 and 2006 datasets: In 2005: 5 = "Cooperative" in Bulgaria (BG) (no furhter information available) = "Other, charity, voluntary sector" in Great Britain (GB): = "Others" in South Africa (ZA) (no furhter information available) In 2006: 6 = "GB: Other, charity, voluntary sector,ZA:other". ****We decided not to include these cases as it is not clear what "other" means in fact. ****As a consequence of this decision the ESeC full version has less cases than the simplified version, which uses only the ISCO-Codes as source variable. LVALp ****If one wants to include them the following commands should be activated before going on. ****if (wrktype =5) emplrel = 2. ****if (wrktype =6) emplrel = 2. **** See also "Substantive comments". ***Supervisor status***. recode wrksup (1=1) (2 =2) into jbspv. var lab jbspv  Other employees supervised . val lab jbspv 1 Yes 2 No . ***Combination of Employee/Self-employed with number of employees or supervising others at work ***. if (emplrel=1 and empnum=2) @empstat=1. if (emplrel=1 and empnum=1) @empstat=2. if (emplrel=1 and empnum=0) @empstat=3. if (emplrel=2 and jbspv=1) @empstat=4. if (emplrel = 2 & jbspv = 2) @empstat = 5 . execute. var labs @empstat 'ESeC employment status variable'. val labs @empstat 1 'Self-employed 10+ employees' 2 'Self-employed <10 employees' 3 ' Self-employed no employees' 4 'Supervisors' 5 'Employees'. **Stage 2 - creation of 'euroesec' (international comparative version of ESeC based on ISCO minor groups)**. ***Missing ISCO data (66666 to 99999) copied across, in preparation for household class***. ***blocks of syntax for each employment status variable***. **Each ends with frequency check for errors***. **Recode ISCO88 ( 4 digitis) into Isco3d (3 digits)***. Compute Isco3d= trunc (isco88/10). Recode isco3d (Sysmis= -4). mis val isco3d (-4). **self-employed 10+ employees. Defaults to 1 unless otherwise in matrix**. do if (@empstat=1). recode Isco3d (344, 345=2) (011, 516=3) (621=5) (66666=66666) (77777=77777) (88888=88888) (99999=99999) (else=1) into euroesec. end if. execute. fre var=euroesec. **Small employers <10. Defaults to 4 unless otherwise in matrix**. do if (@empstat=2). recode Isco3d (10, 110, 111, 114, 200, 210, 211, 212, 213, 214, 220, 221, 222, 231, 235, 240, 241, 242=1) (223, 230, 232, 233, 234, 243, 244, 245, 246, 247, 310, 311, 312, 314, 320, 321, 322, 323, 334, 342, 344, 345, 348=2) (11, 516=3) (600, 610, 611, 612, 613, 614, 615, 621, 920, 921=5) LVALq (66666=66666) (77777=77777) (88888=88888) (99999=99999) (else=4) into euroesec. end if. execute. fre var=euroesec. **Self-employed with no employees. Defaults to 4 unless otherwise in matrix**. do if (@empstat=3). recode Isco3d (10, 110, 111, 114, 200, 210, 211, 212, 213, 214, 220, 221, 222, 231, 235, 240, 241, 242=1) (223, 230, 232, 233, 234, 243, 244, 245, 246, 247, 310, 311, 312, 314, 320, 321, 322, 323, 334, 342, 344, 345, 348=2) (11,516=3) (600, 610, 611, 612, 613, 614, 615, 621, 920, 921=5) (66666=66666) (77777=77777) (88888=88888) (99999=99999) (else=4) into euroesec. end if. execute. fre var=euroesec. ***'Supervisors'***. do if (@empstat=4). recode Isco3d (10, 100, 110, 111, 114, 120, 121, 123, 200, 210, 211, 212, 213, 214, 220, 221, 222, 231, 235, 240, 241, 242=1) (11, 122, 130,131, 223, 230, 232, 233, 234, 243, 244, 245, 246, 247, 300, 310, 311, 312, 313, 314, 320, 321, 322, 323, 330, 331, 332, 333, 334, 340, 341, 342, 343, 344, 345, 346, 347, 348, 400, 410, 411, 412, 419, 420, 521=2) (621=5) (66666=66666) (77777=77777) (88888=88888) (99999=99999) (else=6) into euroesec. end if. execute. fre var=euroesec. **Employees**. do if (@empstat=5). recode Isco3d (10, 100,110,111,114,120, 121, 123, 200, 210, 211, 212, 213, 214, 220, 221, 222, 231, 235, 240, 241, 242=1) (122,130,131, 223, 230, 232, 233, 234, 243, 244, 245, 246, 247, 310, 311, 312, 314, 320, 321, 322, 323, 334, 342, 344, 345, 348, 521=2) (11, 300, 330, 331, 332, 333, 340, 341, 343, 346, 347, 400, 410, 411, 412, 419, 420=3) (621=5) (313, 315, 730,731=6) (413, 421, 422, 500, 510, 511, 513, 514, 516, 520, 522, 911=7) (600, 610, 611, 612, 613, 614, 615, 700, 710, 711, 712, 713, 714, 720, 721, 722, 723, 724, 732, 733, 734, 740, 741, 742, 743, 744, 825, 831, 834=8) (414, 512, 800, 810, 811, 812, 813, 814, 815, 816, 817, 820, 821, 822, 823, 824, 826, 827, 828, 829, 830, 832, 833, 900, 910, 912, 913, 914, 915, 916, 920, 921, 930, 931, 932, 933=9) (66666=66666) (77777=77777) (88888=888LVAL(88) (99999=99999) into euroesec. end if. execute. fre var=euroesec. **Final block to sweep up missing employment statuses. ** **Allocations here on the basis of modal ESS employment status (so-called 'simplified class')**. do if (sysmis(@empstat)). recode Isco3d (10, 100,110,111,114, 120,121,123, 200, 210, 211, 212, 213, 214, 220, 221, 222, 231, 235, 240, 241, 242=1) (122, 223, 230, 232, 233, 234, 243, 244, 245, 246, 247, 310, 311,312, 314, 320, 321, 322, 323, 334, 342, 344, 345, 348, 521=2) (11,300, 330, 331, 332, 333, 340, 341, 343, 346, 347, 400, 410, 411, 412, 419, 420=3) (130, 131, 911=4) (600, 610, 611, 612, 613, 621=5) (313, 315, 730,731=6) (413, 421, 422, 500, 510, 511, 513, 514, 516, 520, 522=7) (614, 615, 700, 710, 711, 712, 713, 714, 720, 721, 722, 723, 724, 732, 733, 734, 740, 741, 742, 743, 744, 825, 831, 834=8) (414, 512, 800, 810, 811, 811, 812, 813, 814, 815, 816, 817, 820, 821, 822, 823, 824, 826, 827, 828, 829, 830, 832, 833, 900, 910, 912, 913, 914, 915, 916, 920, 921, 930, 931, 932, 933=9) (66666=66666) (77777=77777) (88888=88888) (99999=99999) into euroesec. end if. execute. fre var= @empstat euroesec. var labs euroesec 'European ESeC'. val labs euroesec 1 'Large employers, higher mgrs/professionals' 2 'Lower mgrs/professionals, higher supervisory/technicians' 3 'Intermediate occupations' 4 'Small employers and self-employed (non-agriculture)' 5 'Small employers and self-employed (agriculture)' 6 'Lower supervisors and technicians' 7 'Lower sales and service ' 8 'Lower technical' 9 'Routine' 66666 'Not applicable' 77777 'Refusal' 88888 'DK' 99999 'No answer'. filter off. split file off. sort cases by v3a. split file by v3a. weight by weight. FREQUENCIES euroesec.LVALvsAA, 2009-01-20 Universe & Validity: - When using the harmonized ESeC for ISSP data it has to be considered that this classification was originally developed only for European countries. Thus, the validity of this classification for non-European countries has to be seriously questioned and further investigated (Since it is theoretically based on the EGP classification it could be argued to use it also for non-European countries; rather the operationalization for non-European countries should be further revised). Problems with ISCO88 variants: - Bias may arise in the current application to the ISSP data since the operationalization (see syntax routine) uses the 3 digit ISCO88 (COM) codes and was not adapted for the ISCO88 classification (available in ISSP data). Consequently, a new harmonization routine has to be worked out for converting ISCO88 (COM) codes into ISCO88 (and vice versa). - Up to this date, the literature review revealed only the paper by Elias (1997) for explaining the differences between the two ISCO88 variants more extensively: Elias, P. (1997). Occupational classification (ISCO-88): Concepts, methods, reliability, validity, and cross-national comparability. OECD Labour Market and Social Policy Occasional Papers, No. 20, OECD Publishing. doi:10.1787/304441717388. - A comprehensive guide to ISCO88 (COM) is available from http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/ier/research/isco88/. - For problems in the use of ISCO88 (ILO) codes see also Ganzeboom & Treiman, 1996 (pp.: 205-211). AA, 2009-03-23 (Following comments apply to all Conversion Routines on ESeC): - It is not clear how ESeC category 10 ('Excluded') should be interpreted. Although this category is conceptually part of ESeC (as opposed to the EGP schema where it is not specified at all), it is only presented in the literature as an optional 'class' with no detailed operational definitions (e.g., Rose & Harrison, 2007, p. 469). - That is why ESeC class 10 is not included in the present Conversion Routine as the UnLVALiverse is restricted only to employed respondents. LVAL MR2ReplicaIdReplicableReplicableBoolDefaultPartnerANSI Query Mode(Themed Form ControlsAccessVersion BuildProjVer*DefaultBackupLocationReplicaPriorityLastUpdater&ColumnLevelTrackingReorderTables*MostRecentSyncPartnerLastNoOpCheckAuto Compact"Show Values Limit,Show Values in Indexed4Show Values in Non-Indexed*Show Values in Remote.Show Values in Snapshot*Show Values in Server.Use Default Page Folder6Use Default Connection FileRow Limit"8E9ٓw T     08.50 a #r jW:\Quandt\PPPHarm\WP9\The_database\Sicherheitskopie\  B [gOwWlV   T[gOwWlV           'd LVALt The "full" conversion into Wright's class typology is using all source variables reccomended by Leiulfsrud and Jensberg. The "simplified" conversion relies only on recodings of ISCO 88(com), number of employees and supversiontasks. The complete conversion of both types is available in: Leiulfsrud, Hkon Ivano Bison and Heidi Jensberg (2005):Social Class in Europe. European Social Survey 2002/3. Department of Sociology & Political Science Norwegian University of Technology and Science, Norway and Department of Sociology and Social Research University of Trento, Italy.LVAL1w***Authors: Hkon Leiulfsrud and Heidi Jensberg Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) Department of Sociology and Political Science, Trondheim Program Version (Nov 2004/ April 2005). *ERIK WRIGHT' S CLASS SCHEMES ------------ WR - FULL VERSION OF WRIGHT'S CLASS SCHEME (exploitation model) WR_SIMP - SIMPLIFIED VERSION OF WRIGHT'S CLASS SCHEME (exploitation model) WR_P  MODIFIED VERSION OF WRIGHT S POWER MODEL (ownership, dec.making, work autonomy, with skill as as a new an addititional criteria of differentiation). ___________________________________________________________. * Variable construction and spss program of Wright classes. * Variables in use: * Iscoco: Occupation, isco88 (COM) * Emplno: F13 Number of employees * Emplrel: F12 Employment relation * Jbspv: F16 Responsible for supervising other employees * njbspv: F17 Number of people responsible for in job * Empl: E29 Employment status * Orgwrk: F18 To what extent the respondent organize his/her own work * Wkdscin: E33 Allowed to influence decisions about work direction. *Three categories of self-empoyed - In a first step we separate between different strata of the self-employed according to numbers of employees. *Spss program for construction 'emplno3'. RECODE emplno (0=0) (1 thru 9=1) (10 thru 2000=2) (ELSE=sysmis) INTO emplno3 . VARIABLE LABELS emplno3 'how many employees 3 categories'. val labels emplno3 0 '0 Employees' 1 '1-9 Employees' 2 '10 or more Employees' . * Program for constructing 'employed'. recode emplrel (1=1) (2 3 =0) (else=sysmis) into employed. Val lab employed 0 'self employed' 1 'employees'. * Program for constructing 'occr' compute occr=Iscoco. recode occr (2212, 2221, 2222, 2223, 2224, 2220=1) (2229, 2230, 3220, 3223, 3224, 3226, 3229, 3231, 3232=2) (2411=3) (2320, 2331, 2332, 2340, 2351, 2359, 3310, 3320, 3330, 3340, 2300, 2330, 2350, 3300 =4) (2310, 2400, 2410, 2431, 2432, 2430 =5) (2211, 2212, 2213, 2412, 2419, 2441 thru 2445, 2000, 2210LVALx, 2440=5.5) (2111, 2112, 2113, 2121, 2122, 2131, 2139, 2141, 2142, 2143, 2144, 2145, 2146, 2147, 2148, 2149, 3112, 3141, 3434, 2100, 2110, 2114, 2130, 2140 =6) (3114, 3117, 3118, 3121, 3122, 3123, 3131, 3132, 3133, 3139, 3142, 3143, 3144, 3145, 3211, 3212, 3213, 3111, 3113, 3115, 3116, 3119, 3151=7) (2446, 2460, 2470, 3423, 3429, 3432, 3460, 3480, 5150 =8) (2421, 2422, 2429=9) (2451, 2452, 2453, 2454, 2455, 3471, 3472, 3473, 3474, 3475, 5210, 2450, 3470, 3000, 3100, 3110, 3120, 3130, 3140, 3150, 3200, 3210 =10) (1110, 1141, 1142, 1143, 2352, 3152, 1140=11) (1210, 1231, 1232, 1234, 1235, 1236, 1237, 1238, 1239, 1316, 1317, 1318, 1319, 3416=12) (1225, 1233, 1314, 1315=13) (3431, 3233, 4115 =14) (4111, 4112, 4113, 4114, 4121, 4122, 4131, 4132, 4133, 4141, 4142, 4143, 4144, 4190, 4211, 4212, 4213, 4214, 4215, 4221, 4222, 4223, 3430, 4000, 4100, 4110, 4120, 4130, 4140, 4200, 4210, 4220=15) (3411, 3412, 3413, 3414, 3415, 3417, 3419, 3421, 3422, 5220, 5221, 5222, 5223, 5230, 9111, 9113, 3400, 3410, 3420, 5200, 9100, 9110=16) (1221, 1222, 1226, 1227, 1228, 1229, 1223, 1224,1311, 1312, 1313, 1200, 1220, 1300, 1310, =17) (7111 thru 7113, 7121 thru 7137, 7139 thru 7143, 7211 thru 7216, 7221 thru 7224, 7231 thru 7245, 7311 thru 7313, 7321 thru 7324, 7331, 7332, 7341 thru 7343, 7345, 7346, 7411 thru 7413, 7415, 7421, 7422, 7433 thru 7437, 7441, 7442, 8124, 7000, 7100, 7110, 7120, 7200, 7210, 7220, 7230, 7300, 7310, 7320, 7330, 7340, 7400=18) (3441 thru 3444, 3449, 3450, 5161 thru 5163, 5169, 0100, 5160=19) (5112, 8311, 8312, 8321 thru 8324, 8331 thru 8334, 8340, 8300, 8310, 8320, 8330=20) (7344, 7414, 7416, 7423, 7424, 7431, 7432, 8111, 8112, 8113, 8121 thru 8123, 8131, 8139 thru 8143, 8151 thru 8155, 8159 thru 8163, 8170, 8211, 8212, 8221 thru 8224, 8229 thru 8232, 8240, 8251 thru 8253, 8261 thru 8266, 8269 thru 8287, 8290, 9320, 7410, 7420, 7430, 8000, 8100, 8110, 8120, 8130, 8150, 8200, 8210, 8220, 8250, 8260=21) (6121 thru 6129, 6142, 9142, 9161, 9311 thru 9313, 9330, 9300, 9310=LVALy22) (6141, 6151 thru 6154, 9211, 9212, 9213, 6140, 6150, 9200, 9210=23) (3221, 3222, 3225, 3227, 3228=24) (5113, 5122, 5141, 5140=25) (5111, 5121, 5131 thru 5139, 5142, 5143, 5149, 9120, 9131 thru 9133, 9141, 9151 thru 9153, 9162, 5000, 5120, 5123, 5130, 9000,9130, 9140, 9150, 9160=26) (6121 thru 6130, 6111, 6112, 6000, 6100, 6110, 6120=27) (1100=11) (1230=12) (2420=9) (3230=2) (3433=14) (3440=19) (5100=sysmis). exe. val lab occr 1 'Physicians and dentists' 2 'Other medical and paramedical' 3 'Accountants, auditors, actuaries' 4'Teachers: elementary and secondary' 5 'Teachers: university, social sc, librarians' 5.5 'Other univ professionals' 6 'Mathematicians, engineers etc' 7 'Technicians etc' 8 'Public advisors' 9 'Lawyers and judges' 10 'Arts and entertainment' 11 'Managers: public and quasi-public' 12 'Managers: corporate' 13 'Managers: other' 14 'Secretaries' 15 'Other clerical' 16 'Sales' 17 'Foremen' 18 'Crafts' 19 'Government protective workers' 20 'Transportation workers' 21 'Operatives, except transportation' 22 'Laborers, except farm laborers' 23 'Farm Workers' 24 'White collar services' 25 'Skilled manual services' 26 'Lowskilled services' 27 'Farmers and related profession '. * Program for constructing 'Skill2' compute skill2=OCCR. recode skill2 (1, 3, 5, 5.5, 6, 9, 11, 12=1) (2, 4, 7, 8, 10, 13, 17, 18, 19, 25, 27=2) (14, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 26=3). value labels skill2 1 'Expert' 2 'Skilled' 3 'Low/semi skilled'. exe. * MAN1: How to differentiate between supervisors and managers MAN1 is based on the variables wkdcsin, employed, jbspv and orgwrk. * 1. Program for constructing wdec1 When using this variable we only include economically active respondents. recode wkdcsin (0 thru 7=0) (8 thru 10=1) (else=sysmis) into wdec1. var lab wdec1 1 'wkdcsin collapsed'. val lab wdec1 1 '8+'. * The varaible DP (decision power) is based on jbspv and wdec1 (only for those economic active). * 2. Program for constructing DP (decisioLVALzn power). compute DP =0. if (employed=1 & jbspv=1 & wdec1=1) DP =1. if (employed=1 & jbspv=1 & wdec1=0) DP =2. if (employed=1 & jbspv=2 & wdec1=1) DP =3. if (employed=1 & jbspv=2 & wdec1=0) DP =4. recode DP (0=sysmis). val lab DP 1 'boss w/influence' 2 'boss w/little or mod influence' 3 'not boss w/influence' 4 'not boss w/little or mod influence'. * We are now ready to construct man1. * 3. Constructing man1. compute man1=0. if (employed=1 & DP =1 & orgwrk=1)man1=1. if (employed=1 & DP =1 & orgwrk>2)man1=3. if (employed=1 & DP =2 & orgwrk=1)man1=2. if (employed=1 & DP =1 & orgwrk=2)man1=2. if (employed=1 & DP =2 & orgwrk>1)man1=3. if (employed=1 & DP =3 & orgwrk=1)man1=2. if (employed=1 & DP =3 & orgwrk>1)man1=3. if (employed=1 & DP =4 & orgwrk=1)man1=3. if (employed=1 & DP =4 & orgwrk>1)man1=4. recode man1 (0=sysmis). val lab man1 1 'managers' 2 'supervisors' 3 'not clear' 4 'not boss'. * Constructing the simple Wright model - WR SIMP. * Program file for constructing WR_SIMP Variables needed: Emplno3; Employed; Jbspv; Skill2. compute WR_SIMP =0. if (emplno3=2) WR_SIMP =1. if (emplno3=1) WR_SIMP =2. if (emplno3=0) WR_SIMP =3. if (employed=1 & jbspv=1 & skill2=1) WR_SIMP =4. if (employed=1 & jbspv=2 & skill2=1) WR_SIMP =6. if (employed=1 & jbspv=1 & skill2=2) WR_SIMP =7. if (employed=1 & jbspv=2 & skill2=2) WR_SIMP =9. if (employed=1 & jbspv=1 & skill2=3) WR_SIMP =10. if (employed=1 & jbspv=2 & skill2=3) WR_SIMP =12. recode wr_simp (0=sysmis). VAL LAB WR_SIMP 1 'self empl w/10+ employees' 2 'self empl w/1-9 employees' 3 'self empl w/no empoyees' 4 'expert managers' 6 'expert workers' 7 'skilled manager/superv' 9 'skilled workers' 10 'low skilled manager/superv' 12 'low skilled workers'. * Constructing the complex Wright model  WR_DM (decision-making) - Our variable WR_ SIMP does not differentiate between managers and supervisors - It is based on the variable DP which combines wdec1 (se introduction) and leadership (jbspv) - DP and LVALorgwrk constitutes the manager variable that separates between managers and supervisors. * Variables needed: wr_simp; MAN1. compute WR_DM=0. if (wr_simp =4 & man1=1) WR_DM =4. if ((wr_simp =4 or wr_simp =6) & (man1=2)) WR_DM =5. if ((wr_simp =4 or wr_simp =6) & (man1>2)) WR_DM =6. if (wr_simp =7 & man1=1) WR_DM =7. if ((wr_simp =7 or wr_simp =9) & (man1=2)) WR_DM =8. if ((wr_simp =7 or wr_simp =9) & (man1>2)) WR_DM =9. if ((wr_simp =10 or wr_simp =12) & (man1=1)) WR_DM =10. if ((wr_simp =10 or wr_simp =12) & (man1=2)) WR_DM =11. if ((wr_simp =10 or wr_simp =12) & (man1>2)) WR_DM =12. if (wr_simp =1) WR_DM =1. if (wr_simp =2) WR_DM =2. if (wr_simp =3) WR_DM =3. recode WR_DM (0=sysmis) (else=copy). rename var (WR_DM = WR). val lab WR 1 'Self empl w/10+ employees' 2 'Self empl w/1-9 employees' 3 'Self empl w/no empoyees' 4 'Expert managers' 5 'Expert supervisors' 6 'Experts' 7 'Skilled managers' 8 'Skilled supervisors' 9 'Skilled workers' 10 'Low skilled managers' 11 'Low skilled supervisors' 12 'Low skilled workers'. freq WR.  wB!B!B!B!B!B!B!B!B!B!B!B!B!B!B!B!B!B!B!B!B!B!B!B!B!B!B!B!B!B!B!B!B!B!B!B!B!B!B!B!B!B!B!B!B!DDDDDDD D D D DDDDDDDDDDDDD D D D D DDDDDDDDEEEEEEE E E E EEEEEEEEEE E E E E EEEEEEEEEEE E E E EEEEEEEEEEFFF F F FFFFFFFFFF F F F F FFFFFFFFF F FFFFFFFFFFFF FFFFFFFFFGGGGGGG G G G GGGGGGG G G G GGGGGGGGGGGGGG G G G GGGGGGGGGGGG G G HHHHHH H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H HHHHHH H H HHHHHHIIIIIIIIII I I I IIIIIIIIIII I I I IIIIIIIIII I I I IIIII$I$I$I$I$I$ I$ I$ J$ J$ J$J$J$J$J$J'J'J'J'J'J' J' J'J'J'J'J*J*J*J*J*J* J* J* J* J* J*J*J*J*J*J*J.J.J.J.J.J.J.J. 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Department of Sociology & Political Science Norwegian University of Technology and Science, Norway and Department of Sociology and Social Research University of Trento, Italy.1. household income = Hhincome/(1+ Zx0.5+ Yx0.3), where - 1 stands for the Head of Household (Reference Person/Respondent) - Z for Number of other Hh-members aged over 17 - Y for Number Hh-members aged below 18 Hhincome= Total Household Income 2. Use Purchasing Power Parity, international dollar: World development Indicator (World Bank) OECD (1999): Classifying educational programmes: Manual for the implementation of ISCED-97 in OECD countries. Paris: OECD; OECD (2004). OECD Handbook for internationally comparative education statistics. Paris: OECD; http://www.eurydice.org;This "simplified" conversion (Conversion ID: 2072124515) relies only on recodings of ISCO 88 (com) into ESeC and may be seen as complimentary to the "full" conversion into ESeC which uses all source variables reccomended by the ESeC Expert team (Conversion ID: 1220962571- for ESS data and Conversion ID: -2066249264- for ISSP data). /UMK !| Vanita MattaOECD@@Alexandru Agache, Vanita Mattaq@9@TISCED 'ISCED-97, simplified'v@m@*@ 6not publishedEducation, ISCED-97, ESSO6Ornd]]]]0@ 58">pH s YnbV6* {kɶHJessica HotzeEurostat ESEC Expert Group@@:Eurostat ESEC Expert Group@9vESeC 'Simplified ESeC, ESS Round 1 and 3'n@m@ 7 @ 6http://www.iser.essex.ac.uk/esec/consort/matrices/Occupational status@O\www@ 5(&#>s UQEA=951-)uiMA5 KJ >>Person/team/organisation providing/technically entering the routine into the system<<>>intellectual originator of the conversions rules and algorithms<<6@T@d>>the person or team that utilised the Conversion Rules and Algorithms on a specific dataset / set of variables<>Full bibliographical information, URL, etc. on where routine or work with that routine has been published for the first time (if ever).<<>>Keywords<<0:0ˉD @ 5fJF:62.*&"sg[OK?3c LVALv***ESeC Simplified classes*** ***A) Syntax section for respondents' ESeC. *** Recode ISCO 4 digits into ISCO 3 digits*** Compute Isco3d= trunc (iscoco/10). Recode isco3d (Sysmis= -4). mis val isco3d (-4). **Simply allocate on the basis of occuaptional information** **Take ISCO88 minor group variable** recode isco3d (10, 100,110,111,114, 120,121,123, 200, 210, 211, 212, 213, 214, 220, 221, 222, 231, 235, 240, 241, 242=1) (122, 223, 230, 232, 233, 234, 243, 244, 245, 246, 247, 310, 311,312, 314, 320, 321, 322, 323, 334, 342, 344, 345, 348, 521=2) (11,300, 330, 331, 332, 333, 340, 341, 343, 346, 347, 400, 410, 411, 412, 419, 420=3) (130, 131, 911=4) (600, 610, 611, 612, 613, 621=5) (313, 315, 730,731=6) (413, 421, 422, 500, 510, 511, 513, 514, 516, 520, 522=7) (614, 615, 700, 710, 711, 712, 713, 714, 720, 721, 722, 723, 724, 732, 733, 734, 740, 741, 742, 743, 744, 825, 831, 834=8) (414, 512, 800, 810, 811, 811, 812, 813, 814, 815, 816, 817, 820, 821, 822, 823, 824, 826, 827, 828, 829, 830, 832, 833, 900, 910, 912, 913, 914, 915, 916, 920, 921, 930, 931, 932, 933=9) (66666=66666) (77777=77777) (88888=88888) (99999=99999) into euroesecsmp. execute. var labs euroesecsmp 'European ESeC simplified'. val labs euroesecsmp 1 'Large employers, higher mgrs/professionals' 2 'Lower mgrs/professionals, higher supervisory/technicians' 3 'Intermediate occupations' 4 'Small employers and self-employed (non-agriculture)' 5 'Small employers and self-employed (agriculture)' 6 'Lower supervisors and technicians' 7 'Lower sales and service ' 8 'Lower technical' 9 'Routine' 66666 'Not applicable' 77777 'Refusal' 88888 'Do not know' 99999 'No answer'. fre var=euroesecsmp. ***END*** ***B) Syntax section for respondent's partner's ESeC. **Simply allocate on the basis of occuaptional information** **Take ISCO88 minor group variable** recode isco3dp (10, 100,110,111,114, 120,121,123, 200, 210, 211, 212, 213, 214, 220, 221, 222, 231, 235, 240, 241, 242=1) (122,LVAL 223, 230, 232, 233, 234, 243, 244, 245, 246, 247, 310, 311,312, 314, 320, 321, 322, 323, 334, 342, 344, 345, 348, 521=2) (11,300, 330, 331, 332, 333, 340, 341, 343, 346, 347, 400, 410, 411, 412, 419, 420=3) (130, 131, 911=4) (600, 610, 611, 612, 613, 621=5) (313, 315, 730,731=6) (413, 421, 422, 500, 510, 511, 513, 514, 516, 520, 522=7) (614, 615, 700, 710, 711, 712, 713, 714, 720, 721, 722, 723, 724, 732, 733, 734, 740, 741, 742, 743, 744, 825, 831, 834=8) (414, 512, 800, 810, 811, 811, 812, 813, 814, 815, 816, 817, 820, 821, 822, 823, 824, 826, 827, 828, 829, 830, 832, 833, 900, 910, 912, 913, 914, 915, 916, 920, 921, 930, 931, 932, 933=9) (66666=66666) (77777=77777) (88888=88888) (99999=99999) into euroesecpsmp. execute. var labs euroesecpsmp 'European ESeC simplified for respondents partner'. val labs euroesecpsmp 1 'Large employers, higher mgrs/professionals' 2 'Lower mgrs/professionals, higher supervisory/technicians' 3 'Intermediate occupations' 4 'Small employers and self-employed (non-agriculture)' 5 'Small employers and self-employed (agriculture)' 6 'Lower supervisors and technicians' 7 'Lower sales and service ' 8 'Lower technical' 9 'Routine' 66666 'Not applicable' 77777 'Refusal' 88888 'Do not know' 99999 'No answer'. fre var=euroesecpsmp. LVALx x&ISSP 2005: Australia Germany Great Britain United States Hungary Ireland Norway Sweden Czech Republic Slovenia Bulgaria Russia New Zealand Canada Philippines Israel Japan Spain Latvia France Cyprus Portugal Denmark Switzerland Flanders Finland Mexico Taiwan South Africa South Korea Dominican republic ESS3: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Latvia, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russian Federation, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine, United Kingdom,ESS1: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom NET income ISSP, 2006: Australia. Canada. Chile. Czech Republic. France. Germany. Great Britain. Israel Jews. Israel Arabs. Netherlands. New Zealand. Portugal. South Africa. South Korea. Spain. Sweden. Switzerland. United States. ESS: (net income) Austria Belgium Finland France Germany Ireland Netherlands Portugal Spain Sweden Switzerland Norway Poland Cyprus Denmark Great Britain Hungary Latvia Russia GROSS income, ISSP data:. Croatia. Denmark. Dominican Republic. Finland. Ireland. Latvia. Norway. Poland. Slovenia. Urugay.For ESS 2006: France Germany Hungary Ireland Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal Spain Sweden Switzerland ISSP 2005 and 2006: Switzerland France Hungary Ireland Lavita Finland Germany Norway Slovenia Great Britain Portugal SwedenLVAL D >>Comments on the validity of the operationalisation (2.3). Any doubt can be mentioned here. Comments on the substantial conversion decisions, use and application of the target variables. It is important to mark the source of comments (provider / author / author of routine) in the comment field.<<>>Comments on the validity of the operationalisation (2.3). Any doubt can be mentioned here. Comments on the substantial conversion decisions, use and application of the target variables. It is important to mark the source of comments (provider / author / author of routine) in the comment field.<<- The conversion routine creates following 2 harmonized variables that are used here as source variables for the the calcultation of income: 1. Household composition; Mit point fo income categories transformed with PPP.AA, 2008-12-18: The reduction of the main categories of ISCED97 should have ideally resulted in a similar (or identical) variable to the EDULVL variable provided by the ESS3- team (since it has been the aim of the ESS-researchers to construct a harmonized variable covering the ISCED main levels in EDULVL). Correlations between the simplified ISCED Variable of the Wp9.2 team and EDULVL showed differences across countries. 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Using this card, please say how much the management at your work allows/allowed you& "There are some things about[Country] today that make me feel ashamed of[Country]Responsible for supervising other employeesImportant: have citizenship (Rs country)There are some things about[Country] today that make me feel ashamed of[Country]How proud: Its scientific and technological achievementsHow proud: The way democracy worksProud of: fair treatment of groupsThe world would be a better place if people from other countries were more like the[Country Nationality]And in what year were you/ was he/she born?Support their country even is wrongThe world would be a better place if people from other countries were more like the[Country Nationality](Rs country) better country than otherImportant: able to speak (language)R: Occupation ILO,ISCO 1988 4-digitImportant:to feel member of (Rs country)Support their country even is wrongImportant: To have[Country Nationality]Important: to have been born in[Country]Responsible for supervising other employees: "In your main job, do/did you have any responsibility for supervising the work of other employees?"Number of employees respondent has/hadImportant: To respect[Country Nationality] political institutions and lawsHow proud: [Country's] armed forcesWOULD YOU SAY YOU ARE VERY PROUD, NOT VERY PROUD, NOT AT ALL PROUD, TO BE (NATIONALITY)?Employment relation: In your main job are/were you& LVALIe b2"Codebook ISSP95 Slovak Republic, hungary version not available. Codebook ISSP95 Norway not available. Codebook ISSP95 Russia not available. LiteralCodebook ISSP95 Slovak Republic, hungary version not available. Codebook ISSP95 Norway not available. Codebook ISSP95 Russia not available. Literal questions of ISSP95 Bulgaria, Japan and Latvia (russian version) are available, but were not enregisterd into the databas due to lacking lingual skillsCodebook ISSP95 Slovak Republic, hungary version not available. Codebook ISSP95 Norway not available. Codebook ISSP95 Russia not available. Literal questions of ISSP95 Bulgaria, Japan and Latvia (russian version) are available, but were not enregisterd into the databas due to lacking lingual skillsBackground variables documentation not available for Bulgaria, Cyprus, Hungary, Israel, Japan, Russia, Spain and Dominican Rupublic.Codebook ISSP95 Slovak Republic, hungary version not available. Codebook ISSP95 Norway not available. Codebook ISSP95 Russia not available. Literal questions of ISSP95 Bulgaria, Japan and Latvia (russian version) are available, but were not enregisterd into the databas due to lacking lingual skillsWOULD YOU SAY YOU ARE VERY PROUD, NOT VERY PROUD, NOT AT ALL PROUD, TO BE (NATIONALITY)?Codebook ISSP95 Slovak Republic, hungary version not available. Codebook ISSP95 Norway not available. Codebook ISSP95 Russia not available. Literal questions of ISSP95 Bulgaria, Japan and Latvia (russian version) are available, but were not enregisterd into the databas due to lacking lingual skillsCodebook ISSP95 Slovak Republic, hungary version not available. Codebook ISSP95 Norway not available. Codebook ISSP95 Russia not available. Literal questions of ISSP95 Bulgaria, Japan and Latvia (russian version) are available, but were not enregisterd into the databas due to lacking lingual skillsWOULD YOU SAY YOU ARE VERY PROUD, NOT VERY PROUD, NOT AT ALL PROUD, TO BE (NATIONALITY)?Codebook ISSP03 Ireland not available. Codebook ISSP03 Philippines not available. Literal questions of ISSP03 Bulgaria, Russia and Japan are available, but were not enregisterd into the databas due to lacking lingual skillsCodebook ISSP03 Ireland not available. Codebook ISSP03 Philippines not available. Literal questions of ISSP03 Bulgaria, Russia and Japan are available, but were not enregisterd into the databas due to lacking lingual skillsFilter: If code 1 at F8a PDWRK, or code 1 at F9, or code 1 at F10Codebook ISSP03 Ireland not available. Codebook ISSP03 Philippines not available. Literal questions of ISSP03 Bulgaria, Russia and Japan are available, but were not enregisterd into the databas due to lacking lingual skillsCodebook ISSP95 Slovak Republic, hungary version not available. Codebook ISSP95 Norway not available. Codebook ISSP95 Russia not available. Literal questions of ISSP95 Bulgaria, Japan and Latvia (russian version) are available, but were not enregisterd into the databas due to lacking lingual skillsWOULD YOU SAY YOU ARE VERY PROUD, NOT VERY PROUD, NOT AT ALL PROUD, TO BE (NATIONALITY)?Codebook ISSP03 Ireland not available. Codebook ISSP03 Philippines not available. Literal questions of ISSP03 Bulgaria, Russia and Japan are available, but were not enregisterd into the databas due to lacking lingual skillsWOULD YOU SAY YOU ARE VERY PROUD, NOT VERY PROUD, NOT AT ALL PROUD, TO BE (NATIONALITY)?Codebook ISSP95 Slovak Republic, hungary version not available. Codebook ISSP95 Norway not available. Codebook ISSP95 Russia not available. Literal questions of ISSP95 Bulgaria, Japan and Latvia (russian version) are available, but were not enregisterd into the databas due to lacking lingual skills>>Any comments; please indicate your name<<V y|H҃HZA3910_F1.savISSP 2003v26@@ D@___@sssss> >>_5ڪN(Nݳ> sYUQMA5)$ ˃HZA2880_F1.savISSP 1995v370@@D@___@sssss> >>_Z[KTzd@> sYUQMA5)$ ʃHZA3910_F1.savISSP 2003v21@@@___@sssss> >>_w26J\ld> sYUQMA5)$ @ ESS3e03_1.porESS3 - integrated file, edition 3.1 (Latvia and Romania not includedYRBRN-YRBRN15V@%@ssssss%/&ΒA% 5Ns~znnn_ {ǪHZA3910_F1.savISSP 2003v23@@F@___@sssss> > >_JKR$GY0> sYUQMA5)$ ҲSHZA2880_F1.savISSP 1995v240@@@ ___@sssss> >>_:]1@”6> sYUQMA5)$ rD ESS3e03_1.porESS3 - integrated file, edition 3.1 (Latvia and Romania not includedHINCTNT@Income%%@ssssss%_$Ak+sthh_ P&HZA2880_F1.savISSP 1995v250@@L@ %__@sssss> >_W܄B@,JD > sYUQMA5)$ >HZA2880_F1.savISSP 1995v180@@F@ ___@sssss> > > _uKMc`=> sYUQMA5)$ HZA2880_F1.savISSP 1995v190@@Important: to be a (religion)___@sssss> >>_uھ N:=N> sxtplA5)$ wԮ iHZA4350_F1.savISSP 2005ISCO88@ҵvF@ ^^^@sssss>>>^1l:FNi{!A2>s\XTPD8,$ DJ\HZA2880_F1.savISSP 1995v210@@P@ ]]]@sssss>>>]ZvžIwv>sYUQMA5)$ WHza3296_f1.savEurobarometer 53 2000v150Z@ @]]@sssss>>]zY"nI nn>sVRNNNB60 ~jHZA2880_F1.savISSP 1995v340@ @ Proud of: achievements in arts]]]@sssss> >>]3K8M6%> syuqmA5)$ CHZA2880_F1.savISSP 1995v260@ @F@]]]@sssss> > >]A{HKGo@> sYUQMA5)$ LVAL  6 0*$P|0 DK;NA 1 VERY PROUD 2 QUITE PROUD 3 NOT VERY PROUD 4 NOT AT ALL PROUD1 Very important 2 Fairly important 3 Not very important 4 Not important at all 8 Can't choose, don't know 9 NA, refused1 Agree strongly 2 Agree 3 Neither agree nor disagree 4 Disagree 5 Disagree strongly 8 Can't choose, don't know 9 NA, refused1 Very proud 2 Somewhat proud 3 Not very proud 4 Not proud at all 8 Can't choose 9 No answer, refused1 Very proud 2 Somewhat proud 3 Not very proud 4 Not proud at all 8 Can't choose 9 No answer, refused1 Very proud 2 Somewhat proud 3 Not very proud 4 Not proud at all 8 Can't choose 9 No answer, refused1 Agree strongly 2 Agree 3 Neither agree nor disagree 4 Disagree 5 Disagree strongly 8 Can't choose, don't know 9 NA, refused1 Agree strongly 2 Agree 3 Neither agree nor disagree 4 Disagree 5 Disagree strongly 8 Can't choose, don't know 9 NA, refused1 Agree strongly 2 Agree 3 Neither agree nor disagree 4 Disagree 5 Disagree strongly 8 Can't choose, don't know 9 NA, refusedCARD 53 Using this card, if you add up the income from all sources, which letter describes your household's total net income? If you don't know the exact figure, please give an estimate. Use the part of the card that you know best: weekly, monthly or annual income. J 01 R 02 C 03 M 04 F 05 S 06 K 07 P 08 D 09 H 10 U 11 N 12 (Refused) 77 (Don t know) 881 Agree strongly 2 Agree 3 Neither agree nor disagree 4 Disagree 5 Disagree strongly 8 Can't choose, don't know 9 NA, refused1 Very important 2 Fairly important 3 Not very important 4 Not important at all 8 Can't choose, don't know 9 NA, refused1 Very important 2 Fairly important 3 Not very important 4 Not important at all 8 Can't choose, don't know 9 NA, refused1 Very important 2 Fairly important 3 Not very important 4 Not important at all 8 Can't choose 9 No answer, refusedLVALvMAJOR GROUP 1: LEGISLATORS, SENIOR OFFICIALS AND MANAGERS 11 Legislators and senior officials 111 Legislators and senior government officials 1110 Legislators and senior government officials 114 Senior officials of special-interest organisations 1141 Senior officials of political party organisations 1142 Senior officials of employers', workers' and other economic-interest organisations 1143 Senior officials of humanitarian and other special-interest organisations 12 Corporate managers 121 Directors and chief executives 1210 Directors and chief executives 122 Production and operations managers 1221 Production and operations managers in agriculture, hunting, forestry and fishing 1222 Production and operations managers in manufacturing 1223 Production and operations managers in construction 1224 Production and operations managers in wholesale and retail trade 1225 Production and operations managers in restaurants and hotels 1226 Production and operations managers in transport, storage and communications 1227 Production and operations managers in business services enterprises 1228 Production and operations managers in personal care, cleaning and related services 1229 Production and operations managers not elsewhere classified 123 Other specialist managers 1231 Finance and administration managers 1232 Personnel and industrial relations managers 1233 Sales and marketing managers 1234 Advertising and public relations managers 1235 Supply and distribution managers 1236 Computing services managers 1237 Research and development managers 1239 Other specialist managers not elsewhere classified 13 Managers of small enterprises 131 Managers of small enterprises 1311 Managers of small enterprises in agriculture, hunting, forestry and fishing 1312 Managers of small enterprises in manufacturing 1313 Managers of small enterprises in construction 1314 Managers of small enterprises in wholesale and retail trade 1315 Managers of small enterprises of restaurants and hotels 1316 ManagerLVALs of small enterprises in transport, storage and communications 1317 Managers of small enterprises in business services enterprises 1318 Managers of small enterprises in personal care, cleaning and related services 1319 Managers of small enterprises not elsewhere classifie MAJOR GROUP 2: PROFESSIONALS 21 Physical, mathematical and engineering science professionals 211 Physicists, chemists and related professionals 2111 Physicists and astronomers 2112 Meteorologists 2113 Chemists 2114 Geologists and geophysicists 212 Mathematicians, statisticians and related professionals 2121 Mathematicians and related professionals 2122 Statisticians 213 Computing professionals 2131 Computer systems designers, analysts and programmers 2139 Computing professionals not elsewhere classified 214 Architects, engineers and related professionals 2141 Architects, town and traffic planners 2142 Civil engineers 2143 Electrical engineers 2144 Electronics and telecommunications engineers 2145 Mechanical engineers 2146 Chemical engineers 2147 Mining engineers, metallurgists and related professionals 2148 Cartographers and surveyors 2149 Architects, engineers and related professionals not elsewhere classified 22 Life science and health professionals 221 Life science professionals 2211 Biologists, botanists, zoologists and related professionals 2212 Pharmacologists, pathologists and related professionals 2213 Agronomists and related professionals 222 Health professionals (except nursing) 2221 Medical doctors 2222 Dentists 2223 Veterinarians 2224 Pharmacists 2229 Health professionals (except nursing) not elsewhere classified 223 Nursing and midwifery professionals 2230 Nursing and midwifery professionals 23 Teaching professionals 231 College, university and higher education teaching professionals 2310 College, university and higher education teaching professionals 232 Secondary education teaching professionals 2320 Secondary education teaching professionals 233 Primary and pre-primary LVALeducation teaching professionals 2331 Primary education teaching professionals 2332 Pre-primary education teaching professionals 234 Special education teaching professionals 2340 Special education teaching professionals 235 Other teaching professionals 2351 Education methods specialists 2352 School inspectors 2359 Other teaching professionals not elsewhere classified 24 Other professionals 241 Business professionals 2411 Accountants 2412 Personnel and careers professionals 2419 Business professionals not elsewhere classified 242 Legal professionals 2421 Lawyers 2422 Judges 2429 Legal professionals not elswhere classified 243 Archivists, librarians and related information professionals 2431 Archivists and curators 2432 Librarians and related information professionals 244 Social science and related professionals 2441 Economists 2442 Sociologists, anthropologists and related professionals 2443 Philosophers, historians and political scientists 2444 Philologists, translators and interpreters 2445 Psychologists 2446 Social work professionals 245 Writers and creative or performing artists 2451 Authors, journalists and other writers 2452 Sculptors, painters and related artists 2453 Composers, musicians and singers 2454 Choreographers and dancers 2455 Film, stage and related actors and directors 246 Religious professionals 2460 Religious professionals 247 Public service administrative professionals 2470 Public service administrative professionals MAJOR GROUP 3: TECHNICIANS AND ASSOCIATE PROFESSIONALS 31 Physical and engineering science associate professionals 311 Physical and engineering science technicians 3111 Chemical and physical science technicians 3112 Civil engineering technicians 3113 Electrical engineering technicians 3114 Electronics and telecommunications engineering technicians 3115 Mechanical engineering technicians 3116 Chemical engineering technicians 3117 Mining and metallurgical technicians 3118 Draughtspersons 3119 Physical and engineering scLVALience technicians not elsewhere classified 312 Computer associate professionals 3121 Computer assistants 3122 Computer equipment operators 3123 Industrial robot controllers 313 Optical and electronic equipment operators 3131 Photographers and image and sound recording equipment operators 3132 Broadcasting and telecommunications equipment operators 3133 Medical equipment operators 3139 Optical and electronic equipment operators not elsewhere classified 314 Ship and aircraft controllers and technicians 3141 Ships' engineers 3142 Ships' deck officers and pilots 3143 Aircraft pilots and related associate professionals 3144 Air traffic controllers 3145 Air traffic safety technicians 315 Safety and quality inspectors 3151 Building and fire inspectors 3152 Safety, health and quality inspectors 32 Life science and health associate professionals 321 Life science technicians and related associate professional 3211 Life science technicians 3212 Agronomy and forestry technicians 3213 Farming and forestry advisers 322 Health associate professionals (except nursing) 3221 Medical assistants 3222 Hygienists, health and environmental officers 3223 Dieticians and nutritionists 3224 Optometrists and opticians 3225 Dental assistants 3226 Physiotherapists and related associate professionals 3227 Veterinary assistants 3228 Pharmaceutical assistants 3229 Health associate professionals (except nursing) not elsewhere classified 323 Nursing and midwifery associate professionals 3231 Nursing associate professionals 3232 Midwifery associate professionals 33 Teaching associate professionals 331 Primary education teaching associate professionals 3310 Primary education teaching associate professionals 332 Pre-primary education teaching associate professionals 3320 Pre-primary education teaching associate professionals 333 Special education teaching associate professionals 3330 Special education teaching associate professionals 334 Other teaching associate professionals 3340 Other teachinLVALg associate professionals 34 Other associate professionals 341 Finance and sales associate professionals 3411 Securities and finance dealers and brokers 3412 Insurance representatives 3413 Estate agents 3414 Travel consultants and organisers 3415 Technical and commercial sales representatives 3416 Buyers 3417 Appraisers, valuers and auctioneers 3419 Finance and sales associate professionals not elsewhere classified 342 Business services agents and trade brokers 3421 Trade brokers 3422 Clearing and forwarding agents 3423 Employment agents and labour contractors 3429 Business services agents and trade brokers not elsewhere classified 343 Administrative associate professionals 3431 Administrative secretaries and related associate professionals 3432 Legal and related business associate professionals 3433 Bookkeepers 3434 Statistical, mathematical and related associate professionals 344 Customs, tax and related government associate professionals 3441 Customs and border inspectors 3442 Government tax and excise officials 3443 Government social benefits officials 3444 Government licensing officials 3449 Customs, tax and related government associate professionals not elsewhere classified 345 Police inspectors and detectives 3450 Police inspectors and detectives 346 Social work associate professionals 3460 Social work associate professionals 347 Artistic, entertainment and sports associate professionals 3471 Decorators and commercial designers 3472 Radio, television and other announcers 3473 Street, night-club and related musicians, singers and dancers 3474 Clowns, magicians, acrobats and related associate professionals 3475 Athletes, sports persons and related associate professionals 348 Religious associate professionals 3480 Religious associate professionals MAJOR GROUP 4: CLERKS 41 Office clerks 411 Secretaries and keyboard-operating clerks 4111 Stenographers and typists 4112 Word-processor and related operators 4113 Data entry operators 4114 Calculating-machinLVALe operators 4115 Secretaries 412 Numerical clerks 4121 Accounting and book-keeping clerks 4122 Statistical and finance clerks 413 Material-recording and transport clerks 4131 Stock clerks 4132 Production clerks 4133 Transport clerks 414 Library, mail and related clerks 4141 Library and filing clerks 4142 Mail carriers and sorting clerks 4143 Coding, proof-reading and related clerks 4144 Scribes and related workers 419 Other office clerks 4190 Other office clerks 42 Customer services clerks 421 Cashiers, tellers and related clerks 4211 Cashiers and ticket clerks 4212 Tellers and other counter clerks 4213 Bookmakers and croupiers 4214 Pawnbrokers and money-lenders 4215 Debt-collectors and related workers 422 Client information clerks 4221 Travel agency and related clerks 4222 Receptionists and information clerks 4223 Telephone switchboard operators MAJOR GROUP 5: SERVICE WORKERS AND SHOP AND MARKET SALES WORKERS 51 Personal and protective services workers 511 Travel attendants and related workers 5111 Travel attendants and travel stewards 5112 Transport conductors 5113 Travel guides 512 Housekeeping and restaurant services workers 5121 Housekeepers and related workers 5122 Cooks 5123 Waiters, waitresses and bartenders 513 Personal care and related workers 5131 Child-care workers 5132 Institution-based personal care workers 5133 Home-based personal care workers 5139 Personal care and related workers not elsewhere classified 514 Other personal services workers 5141 Hairdressers, barbers, beauticians and related workers 5142 Companions and valets 5143 Undertakers and embalmers 5149 Other personal services workers not elsewhere classified 516 Protective services workers 5161 Fire-fighters 5162 Police officers 5163 Prison guards 5169 Protective services workers not elsewhere classified 52 Models, salespersons and demonstrators 521 Fashion and other models 5210 Fashion and other models 522 Shop, stall and market salespersons and demonstrators 5220 ShopLVAL, stall and market salespersons and demonstrators MAJOR GROUP 6: SKILLED AGRICULTURAL AND FISHERY WORKERS 61 Skilled agricultural and fishery workers 611 Market gardeners and crop growers 6111 Field crop and vegetable growers 6112 Gardeners, horticultural and nursery growers 612 Animal producers and related workers 6121 Dairy and livestock producers 6122 Poultry producers 6129 Animal producers and related workers not elsewhere classified 613 Crop and animal producers 6130 Crop and animal producers 614 Forestry and related workers 6141 Forestry workers and loggers 6142 Charcoal burners and related workers 615 Fishery workers, hunters and trappers 6151 Aquatic life cultivation workers 6152 Inland and coastal waters fishery workers 6153 Deep-sea fishery workers 6154 Hunters and trappers MAJOR GROUP 7: CRAFT AND RELATED TRADES WORKERS 71 Extraction and building trades workers 711 Miners, shotfirers, stone cutters and carvers 7111 Miners and quarry workers 7112 Shotfirers and blasters 7113 Stone splitters, cutters and carvers 712 Building frame and related trades workers 7121 Builders 7122 Bricklayers and stonemasons 7123 Concrete placers, concrete finishers and related workers 7124 Carpenters and joiners 7129 Building frame and related trades workers not elsewhere classified 713 Building finishers and related trades workers 7131 Roofers 7132 Floor layers and tile setters 7133 Plasterers 7134 Insulation workers 7135 Glaziers 7136 Plumbers and pipe fitters 7137 Building and related electricians 7139 Building finishers and related trade workers not elsewhere classified 714 Painters, building structure cleaners and related trades workers 7141 Painters and related workers 7143 Building structure cleaners 72 Metal, machinery and related trades workers 721 Metal moulders, welders, sheet-metal workers, structural-metal preparers, and related trades workers 7211 Metal moulders and coremakers 7212 Welders and flame cutters 7213 Sheet-metal workers 7214 StructuralLVAL-metal preparers and erectors 7215 Riggers and cable splicers 7216 Underwater workers 722 Blacksmiths, tool-makers and related trades workers 7221 Blacksmiths, hammer-smiths and forging-press workers 7222 Tool-makers and related workers 7223 Machine-tool setters and setter-operators 7224 Metal wheel-grinders, polishers and tool sharpeners 723 Machinery mechanics and fitters 7231 Motor vehicle mechanics and fitters 7232 Aircraft engine mechanics and fitters 7233 Agricultural- or industrial-machinery mechanics and fitters 724 Electrical and electronic equipment mechanics and fitters 7241 Electrical mechanics fitters and services 7242 Electronics mechanics, fitters and servicers 7244 Telegraph and telephone installers and servicers 7245 Electrical line installers, repairers and cable jointers 73 Precision, handicraft, craft printing and related trades workers 731 Precision workers in metal and related materials 7311 Precision-instrument makers and repairers 7312 Musical-instrument makers and tuners 7313 Jewellery and precious-metal workers 732 Potters, glass-makers and related trades workers 7321 Abrasive wheel formers, potters and related workers 7322 Glass-makers, cutters, grinders and finishers 7323 Glass engravers and etchers 7324 Glass, ceramics and related decorative painters 733 Handicraft workers in wood, textile, leather and related materials 7331 Handicraft workers in wood and related materials 7332 Handicraft workers in textile, leather and related materials 734 Craft printing and related trades workers 7341 Compositors, typesetters and related workers 7342 Stereotypers and electrotypers 7343 Printing engravers and etchers 7344 Photographic and related workers 7345 Bookbinders and related workers 7346 Silk-screen, block and craft textile printers 74 Other craft and related trades workers 741 Food processing and related trades workers 7411 Butchers, fishmongers and related food preparers 7412 Bakers, pastry-cooks and confectionery makers 7413 Dairy-prodLVALucts workers 7414 Fruit, vegetable and related preservers 7415 Food and beverage tasters and graders 7416 Tobacco preparers and tobacco products makers 742 Wood treaters, cabinet-makers and related trades workers 7421 Wood treaters 7422 Cabinetmakers and related workers 7423 Woodworking machine setters and setter-operators 7424 Basketry weavers, brush makers and related workers 743 Textile, garment and related trades workers 7431 Fibre preparers 7432 Weavers, knitters and related workers 7433 Tailors, dressmakers and hatters 7434 Furriers and related workers 7435 Textile, leather and related pattern-makers and cutters 7436 Sewers, embroiderers and related workers 7437 Upholsterers and related workers 744 Pelt, leather and shoemaking trades workers 7441 Pelt dressers, tanners and fellmongers 7442 Shoe-makers and related workers MAJOR GROUP 8: PLANT AND MACHINE OPERATORS AND ASSEMBLERS 81 Stationary plant and related operators 811 Mining and mineral-processing-plant operators 8111 Mining plant operators 8112 Mineral-ore and stone-processing-plant operators 8113 Well drillers and borers and related workers 812 Metal-processing plant operators 8121 Ore and metal furnace operators 8122 Metal melters, casters and rolling-mill operators 8123 Metal heat-treating-plant operators 8124 Metal drawers and extruders 813 Glass, ceramics and related plant operators 8131 Glass and ceramics kiln and related machine operators 8139 Glass, ceramics and related plant operators not elsewhere classified 814 Wood-processing- and papermaking-plant operators 8141 Wood-processing-plant operators 8142 Paper-pulp plant operators 8143 Papermaking-plant operators 815 Chemical-processing-plant operators 8151 Crushing-, grinding- and chemical-mixing-machinery operators 8152 Chemical-heat-treating-plant operators 8153 Chemical-filtering- and separating-equipment operators 8154 Chemical-still and reactor operators (except petroleum and natural gas) 8155 Petroleum- and natural-gas-refining-plaLVALnt operators 8159 Chemical-processing-plant operators not elsewhere classified 816 Power-production and related plant operators 8161 Power-production plant operators 8162 Steam-engine and boiler operators 8163 Incinerator, water-treatment and related plant operators 817 Industrial robot operators 8170 Industrial robot operators 82 Machine operators and assemblers 821 Metal- and mineral-products machine operators 8211 Machine-tool operators 8212 Cement and other mineral products machine operators 822 Chemical-products machine operators 8221 Pharmaceutical-and toiletry-products machine operators 8222 Ammunition- and explosive-products machine operators 8223 Metal finishing-, plating- and coating-machine operators 8224 Photographic-products machine operators 8229 Chemical-products machine operators not elsewhere classified 823 Rubber- and plastic-products machine operators 8231 Rubber-products machine operators 8232 Plastic-products machine operators 824 Wood-products machine operators 8240 Wood-products machine operators 825 Printing-, binding- and paper-products machine operators 8251 Printing-machine operators 8252 Book-binding-machine operators 8253 Paper-products machine operators 826 Textile-, fur- and leather-products machine operators 8261 Fibre-preparing-, spinning- and winding-machine operators 8262 Weaving- and knitting-machine operators 8263 Sewing-machine operators 8264 Bleaching-, dyeing- and cleaning-machine operators 8265 Fur- and leather-preparing-machine operators 8266 Shoemaking- and related machine operators 8269 Textile-, fur- and leather-products machine operators not elsewhere classified 827 Food and related products machine operators 8271 Meat- and fish-processing-machine operators 8272 Dairy-products machine operators 8273 Grain- and spice-milling-machine operators 8274 Baked-goods, cereal- and chocolate-products machine operators 8275 Fruit-, vegetable- and nut-processing-machine operators 8276 Sugar production machine operators 8277 TeaLVAL-, coffee- and cocoa-processing-machine operators 8278 Brewers, wine and other beverage machine operators 8279 Tobacco production machine operators 828 Assemblers 8281 Mechanical-machinery assemblers 8282 Electrical-equipment assemblers 8283 Electronic-equipment assemblers 8284 Metal-, rubber- and plastic-products assemblers 8285 Wood and related products assemblers 8286 Paperboard, textile and related products assemblers 8287 Composite products assemblers 829 Other machine operators not elsewhere classified 8290 Other machine operators not elsewhere classified 83 Drivers and mobile plant operators 831 Locomotive engine drivers and related workers 8311 Locomotive engine drivers 8312 Railway brakers, signallers and shunters 832 Motor vehicle drivers 8321 Motorcycle drivers 8322 Car, taxi and van drivers 8323 Bus and tram drivers 8324 Heavy truck and lorry drivers 833 Agricultural and other mobile plant operators 8331 Motorised farm and forestry plant operators 8332 Earth-moving and related plant operators 8333 Crane, hoist and related plant operators 8334 Lifting-truck operators 834 Ships' deck crews and related workers 8340 Ships' deck crews and related workers MAJOR GROUP 9: ELEMENTARY OCCUPATIONS 91 Sales and services elementary occupations 911 Street vendors and related workers 9111 Street vendors 9113 Door-to-door and telephone salespersons 912 Shoe cleaning and other street services elementary occupations 9120 Shoe cleaning and other street services elementary occupations 913 Domestic and related helpers, cleaners and launderers 9131 Domestic helpers and cleaners 9132 Helpers and cleaners in offices, hotels and other establishments 9133 Hand-launderers and pressers 914 Building caretakers, window and related cleaners 9141 Building caretakers 9142 Vehicle, window and related cleaners 915 Messengers, porters, doorkeepers and related workers 9151 Messengers, package and luggage porters and deliverers 9152 Doorkeepers, watchpersons and related workers 9 LVAL" 153 Vending-machine money collectors, meter readers and related workers 916 Garbage collectors and related labourers 9161 Garbage collectors 9162 Sweepers and related labourers 92 Agricultural, fishery and related labourers 921 Agricultural, fishery and related labourers 9211 Farm-hands and labourers 9212 Forestry labourers 9213 Fishery, hunting and trapping labourers 93 Labourers in mining, construction, manufacturing and transport 931 Mining and construction labourers 9311 Mining and quarrying labourers 9312 Construction and maintenance labourers: roads, dams and similar constructions 9313 Building construction labourers 932 Manufacturing labourers 9320 Manufacturing labourers 933 Transport labourers and freight handlers 9330 Transport labourers and freight handlers MAJOR GROUP 0: ARMED FORCES 1 Armed forces 10 Armed forces 100 Armed forcesQLVAL &So6Differences between ISCO88 (COM) and ISCO88 (in conceptDifferences between ISCO88 (COM) and ISCO88 (in concepts and operationalization) has to be further investigated)(see Conversions_into_ISCED97.xls for further Comments)(see Conversions_into_ISCED97.xls for further Comments)(see Conversions_into_ISCED97.xls for further Comments)(see Conversions_into_ISCED97.xls for further Comments)(see Conversions_into_ISCED97.xls for further Comments)(see Conversions_into_ISCED97.xls for further Comments)(see Conversions_into_ISCED97.xls for further Comments)Comments (Vanita Matta): uncertainty about the following codes: - 5 Vocational-Trade school --> coded 2C; possible was 2C, 3B, 3C; Data Doc: " lower secondary or second stage of basic", but the name of the category leads to 3C in ISCED - (see Conversions_into_ISCED97.xls for further Comments)>>Any comments; please indicate your name< D/D@t_;( >s,th_ &ESS3e03_1.porESS3 - integrated file, edition 3.1 (Latvia and Romania not includedwkdcorga-@ j@@'7'@73TێD٬桡eui_ 5HZA3910_F1.savISSP 2003v20@ @@___@sssss >>>_V,>s YUQMA5)$ Y>_sWSOOOC72 ~GMHza1320_f1.savEurobarometer 21 1984v99Z@ @ __@sssss>>_5a3J, >sUQMMMA50 ~mL[ЉׄESS3e03_2.porESS round 3jbspv1---Yes 2---NoV@___@ss >s>> >z$;wDDAek > sb^ZVJ--& yHZA2880_F1.savISSP 1995v160@@ P@___@sssss>>>_t#No.:>sYUQMA5)$ 5HZA2880_F1.savISSP 1995v230@@ @/_/@sssss> pH pH _Č 8J8 7 > pH sYUQMA5)$ hAqHZA3910_F1.savISSP 2003v30@@ p@___@ssss> > >>_?;+%GkrfQ> sYUQMA5)$ LVALlf 1 Very important 2 Fairly important 3 Not very important 4 Not important at all 8 Can't choose 9 No answer, refused01 Sans diplme (Aller F7) 02 Non diplms jusqu' la fin 3me, 2de, 1re filire gnrale (Poser F6a) 03 Non diplms du CAP BEP filire professionnelle (Poser F6a) 04 Certificat d'tudes primaries (Poser F6a) 05 CAP, examen de fin d'apprentissage artisanal (Poser F6a) 06 BEP, BP, BEA, BEC, BEI, BES (Poser F6a) 07 Brevet lmentaire, brevet d'tude du premier cycle, brevet des collges (Poser F6a) 08 Baccalaurat gnral, brevet suprieur (Poser F6a) 09 Brevet de technicien, baccalaurat de technicien, baccalaurat technologique, baccalaurat professionnel (Poser F6a) 10 Diplme universitaire du premier cycle (DEUG), diplme universitaire de technologie (DUT), brevet de technicien suprieur (BTS), certificat d'aptitude pdagogique (Poser F6a) 11 Dipl. univ. du deuxime cycle, CAPES, Diplme des grandes coles (Poser F6a) 12 Dipl. universitaire du troisime cycle (DEA, DESS, Doctorat), Agrgation (Poser F6a) 77 Refusal (Aller F7) 88 Don't know (Aller F7) 99 No answer01 No formal schooling 02 1-4 years of elementary 03 5-7 years of elementary 04 8 years of elementary 05 Vocational 06 Uncomplete secondary qualification 07 Gymnasium, matura 08 Sec. technical+matura 09 Higher technical+matura 10 Uncomplete higher qualification 11 College degree completed 12 University degree completed 13 Postgraduate qualification 14 Scientific degree 15 Other 77 Refusal 88 Don't know 99 No answer00 I have/had no influence 01 01 02 02 03 03 04 04 05 05 06 06 07 07 08 08 09 09 10 I have/had complete control 66 Not applicable 77 Refusal 88 Don't know 99 No answer1 Agree strongly 2 Agree 3 Neither agree nor disagree 4 Disagree 5 Disagree strongly 8 Can't choose, don't know 9 NA, refused0 DK;NA 1 VERY PROUD 2 QUITE PROUD 3 NOT VERY PROUD 4 NOT AT ALL PROUDLVAL {!=VrWOULD YOU SAY>>Any comments; pleas>>Any comments; please indicate your name< 1 or 2A? Codes as 1 - 5 Fackskola (Voccational school) (1963-1970) --> coded 2B, but by information googled and decided by the general description of ISCED - 10 Universitet/hgskola ej examen (university, no exam) --> coded 3, because one doesnt know how entrance to university was reached, but university was left without a formal qualification. (see Conversions_into_ISCED97.xls for further Comments)uncertainty about the following codes: - 01 Still in school/noch Schler --> coded as 0, but usually a respondent should have about 9 years with the age of 15, so it could be coded as 2 or at least 1; (see Conversions_into_ISCED97.xls for further Comments)Comments (Annik Kiefer): *categ 2. i would classify this isced2 as proposed by ESS since 2de 1re belong to lower secondary. The best would be 1;2 depending on the age: the older droped out before the end of lower secondary, the younger after. It is possible to enter upper secondary without having BEPC or brevet des collges since this diploma is not a prerequisite for access to upper secondary. *categ3 same remark. They can having nothing. the most important is the level of education here. In term of duration of study they have the same level as BEPC. The level is 2, but not 2A (this track lead to 3C). Contrat de qualification is something different, it is possible that they are classify in this category, but most people prepared CAP, even in that frame. *categ 5 depending on the age, they can be classified 2 or 3C. I would classify 3c. *categ 6 BEP is 3C like CAP, but BEA, BEC, BEI, BT have been tranformed in baccalaurat technologique. They concern only the older generation. Some survived recently. I would classify them 3A. (see Conversions_into_ISCED97.xls for further Comments)pLVALF 2 0 DK;NA 1 VERY PROUD 2 QUITE PROUD 3 NOT VERY PROUD 4 NOT AT ALL PROUD00 No education 01 Primary education (1st. - 7th. class level) 02 Lower secondary education 03 Upper secondary, basic (11th. - 12th. class level) 04 Upper secondary, final year (13th. class level+) 05 Post-secondary non-tertiary education (14th. class level+) 06 Tertiary education, short (higher education 4 years or shorter) 07 Tertiary education, long (higher education more than 4 years) 08 Doctoral Degree 77 Refusal 88 Don't know 99 No answer01 Not completed primary school 02 Primary school or first stage of basic education 03 Lower secondary school, technical training (lbo) 04 Lower secondary school, theoretical training (mulo,mavo) 05 Short upper secondary professional education (kmbo, vhbo) 06 Upper secondary professional education (mbo) 07 Post secondary, non-tertiary education (mbo plus) 08 Higher secondary school (mms, havo) 09 Pre-scientific secondary school (hbs, vwo) 10 Tertiary professional education (hbo) 11 Tertiary scientific education, university 12 Tertiary post-scientific education (teachers, doctors) 13 Second stage of tertiary education, Ph.D. education 14 Other 77 Refusal 88 Don't know 99 No answer1 None/primary not completed 2 Primary or equivalent 3 Intermediate/junior/group cert or equiv 4 Leaving cert or equivalent 5 Diploma/certificate 6 Primary degree 7 Postgraduate/higher degree 8 other 66 Not applicable 77 Refusal 88 Don't know 99 No answer01 Still in school/noch Schler 02 Left school without school leaving qualification/kein Abschluss 03 Secondary general school leaving certificate/Hauptschule 04 Intermediate school leaving certificate/Realschule 05 Higher educ. entrance qual., but not f. university/FH-Reife 06 General higher education entrance qualification/Abitur 07 Technical college/Fachhochschule 08 University degree; PhD/Uniabschluss; Doktortitel 77 Refusal 88 Don't know 99 No answerLVAL 0 T~1 Very proud 2 Somewhat proud 3 Not very proud 4 Not proud at all 8 Can't choose 9 No answer, refused0 DK;NA 1 VERY PROUD 2 QUITE PROUD 3 NOT VERY PROUD 4 NOT AT ALL PROUD0 DK;NA 1 VERY PROUD 2 QUITE PROUD 3 NOT VERY PROUD 4 NOT AT ALL PROUD0 DK;NA 1 VERY PROUD 2 QUITE PROUD 3 NOT VERY PROUD 4 NOT AT ALL PROUD01 Ej avslutad folkskola/grundskola 02 Folkskola 03 Grundskola/enhetsskola 04 Realskola/Flickskola 05 Fackskola (1963-1970) 06 2-rigt gymnasium 07 3- eller 4 rigt gymnasium (fre 1995) 08 Yrkesinriktat gymnasium (efter 1992) 09 Teoretiskt gymnasium (efter 1992) 10 Universitet/hgskola ej examen 11 Universitet/hgskola, mindre n 3 r 12 Universitet/hgskola > 3r med examen 13 Forskarutbildning 66 Not applicable 77 Refusal 88 Don't know 99 No answer00 No schooling / illiterate 01 Not completed primary education 02 General Basic Education, no Graduate 03 Five years of General Basic Education 04 Former primary education (5 years) 05 General Basic or Compulsory Secondary Education, Graduate 06 Former lower secondary education 07 Vocational training I 08 Higher secondary education 09 Vocational training II 10 Post-secondary, non tertiary 11 University degree, 3 years technical 12 University degree, 3 years 13 University degree, 5 years technical 14 University degree, 5 years 15 Postgraduate studies 16 Ph.D. 77 Refusal 88 Don't know 99 No answer01 Nenhum 02 1 ciclo 03 2 ciclo 04 3 ciclo 05 Secundario 06 Superior Politecnico 07 Superior Universitario 08 Ps-graduao 09 Mestrado 10 Doutoramento 77 Refusal 88 Don't know 99 No answer01 Not completed primary education 02 Primary completed 03 Lower secondary 04 Basic vocational 05 Secondary comprehensive 06 Secondary vocational 07 Post secondary 08 First stage of tertiary 09 Tertiary completed 10 Other, not classified 77 Refusal 88 Don't know 99 No answer d 0 }w&Hza1715_f1.savEurobarometer 30 1988v65Z@@aa@sssss>>aYG (r>sUQMMMA50 ~\/HZA2880_F1.savISSP 1995v270@@F@aaa@sssss> >>an"hfJ[+> sYUQMA5)$ |Hza3387_f1.savEurobarometer 54.1 2000v47Z@@aa@sssss>>azmNA_>sWSOOOC72 ~$ iHZA4700_F1.savISSP 2006ISCO88]]]@>>>>>>>>]yGvU$}GN:OR>840,,,,$ hc{ESS3e03_2.porESS3 - integrated file, edition 3.1 (Latvia and Romania not included)iscoco$@ISCO 88 3 digitsaa@ss >>>>A!BR@ЬB >s&tth` {BJv0ESS3e03_2.porESS round 3iscocoԵvOccupation, ISCO88 (com)ccc@>>>>>>>|[=A$Wz>lhd`:..& }<HZA3910_F1.savISSP 2003v13@@v@aaa@sssss> >>a}wH_]Դi> sYUQMA5)$ *]ЉׄESS3e03_2.porESS round 3iscocor@ҵvOccupation, ISCO88 (com)`{`@ss >> >>{kȎO D >sxtplF:.&  EUROSTAT Macro DataEurostat online DatabasePPP calculated in EURO for EU countries, 2006@?ҷ]I71fFcllhhhhh9 z4QHESS3e03_2.porESS3 - integrated file, edition 3.1 (Latvia and Romania not includededlvbch9@p@N@555@T* g3BFj?^th_ 4QHESS3e03_2.porESS3 - integrated file, edition 3.1 (Latvia and Romania not includededlvase!@@D@"555@-euOx6תth_ 4QHESS3e03_2.porESS3 - integrated file, edition 3.1 (Latvia and Romania not includededlvaes9@@B@!555@='9ZtL} th_ 4QHESS3e03_2.porESS3 - integrated file, edition 3.1 (Latvia and Romania not includededlvapt9@@H@ 555@f xEj9Ith_ 4QHESS3e03_2.porESS3 - integrated file, edition 3.1 (Latvia and Romania not includededlvapl9@>@D@555@3o9,SLZ~th_ *LVAL%<^ b f t p & \ FL H,Responsible for supervising other employeesR: Occupation ILO,ISCO 1988 4-digitR: Workg f priv.,pub sector, selfempl. Private versus public sector or self-employedAllowed to influence decisions about work directionTo what extent the respondent organize his/her own workResponsible for supervising other employeesHow proud: [Country's] economic achievementsImportant: To be able to speak [Country language]Important: To have[Country Nationality] ancestryProud of: scientific achievementsWell in international - makes proudTarget Variable ISCED-97 (Conv. Routine: 1213281519)WOULD YOU SAY YOU ARE VERY PROUD, NOT VERY PROUD, NOT AT ALL PROUD, TO BE (NATIONALITY)?Important:most time of life in (country)Number of employees respondent has/hadImportant: respect institutions - lawR: Workg f priv.,pub sector, selfempl.How proud: Its fair and equal treatment of all groups in societyHow proud: Its achievements in the arts and literatureHow proud: Its political influence in the worldHow proud: Its social security systemR: Occupation ILO,ISCO 1988 4-digitHow proud: Its achievements in sports I am often less proud of[Country] than I would like to beHousehold's total net income, all sources [Hungary]R: Occupation ILO,ISCO 1988 4-digitRather be a citizen of (Rs country)Rather be a citizen of (Rs country)Important: To feel[Country Nationality]Target Variable ISCED-97 (Conv. Routine: 1213281519)Proud of: political influence in worldNumber of people responsible for in job: "How many people are/were you responsible for?"R: Self-employed - number of employees(Rs country) better country than otherWell in international - makes proudImportant: To have lived in[Country] for most of ones lifeHighest level of education, SwitzerlandLVAL d1 Very important 2 Fairly important 3 Not very important 4 Not important at all 8 Can't choose, don't know 9 NA, refused1 Agree strongly 2 Agree 3 Neither agree nor disagree 4 Disagree 5 Disagree strongly 8 Can't choose 9 No answer, refused1 Agree strongly 2 Agree 3 Neither agree nor disagree 4 Disagree 5 Disagree strongly 8 Can't choose, don't know 9 NA, refused1 Very important 2 Fairly important 3 Not very important 4 Not important at all 8 Can't choose 9 No answer, refused1 Very important 2 Fairly important 3 Not very important 4 Not important at all 8 Can't choose 9 No answer, refused0 DK; NA 1 VERY PROUD 2 QUITE PROUD 3 NOT VERY PROUD 4 NOT AT ALL PROUD 5 (NORTHERN IRELAND ONLY) REFUSED IDENTIFICATION AS "NORTHERN IRISH"1 Very proud 2 Somewhat proud 3 Not very proud 4 Not proud at all 8 Can't choose 9 No answer, refused1 Very proud 2 Somewhat proud 3 Not very proud 4 Not proud at all 8 Can't choose 9 No answer, refused66666 Not applicable 77777 Refusal 88888 Don't know 99999 No answer0 DK;NA 1 VERY PROUD 2 QUITE PROUD 3 NOT VERY PROUD 4 NOT AT ALL PROUD1 Agree strongly 2 Agree 3 Neither agree nor disagree 4 Disagree 5 Disagree strongly 8 Can't choose, don't know 9 NA, refused1 Agree strongly 2 Agree 3 Neither agree nor disagree 4 Disagree 5 Disagree strongly 8 Can't choose, don't know 9 NA, refused1 Incomplete primary school 2 Primary school 3 Secondary education, first stage 4 Initial vocational training (1-2years) 5 Apprenticeship (vocational training, dual system) 6 General training school (3 years) 7 School preparing for university, vocational baccalaureate 8 Vocational training (second) 9 School for univ. for adults and baccal. after voc. training 10 Higher vocational training 11 Pedagogical and applied university 12 University diploma and post-graduate (including technical) 13 University doctorate 77 Refusal 88 Don't know 99 No answerLVALvMAJOR GROUP 1: LEGISLATORS, SENIOR OFFICIALS AND MANAGERS 11 Legislators and senior officials 111 Legislators and senior government officials 1110 Legislators and senior government officials 114 Senior officials of special-interest organisations 1141 Senior officials of political party organisations 1142 Senior officials of employers', workers' and other economic-interest organisations 1143 Senior officials of humanitarian and other special-interest organisations 12 Corporate managers 121 Directors and chief executives 1210 Directors and chief executives 122 Production and operations managers 1221 Production and operations managers in agriculture, hunting, forestry and fishing 1222 Production and operations managers in manufacturing 1223 Production and operations managers in construction 1224 Production and operations managers in wholesale and retail trade 1225 Production and operations managers in restaurants and hotels 1226 Production and operations managers in transport, storage and communications 1227 Production and operations managers in business services enterprises 1228 Production and operations managers in personal care, cleaning and related services 1229 Production and operations managers not elsewhere classified 123 Other specialist managers 1231 Finance and administration managers 1232 Personnel and industrial relations managers 1233 Sales and marketing managers 1234 Advertising and public relations managers 1235 Supply and distribution managers 1236 Computing services managers 1237 Research and development managers 1239 Other specialist managers not elsewhere classified 13 Managers of small enterprises 131 Managers of small enterprises 1311 Managers of small enterprises in agriculture, hunting, forestry and fishing 1312 Managers of small enterprises in manufacturing 1313 Managers of small enterprises in construction 1314 Managers of small enterprises in wholesale and retail trade 1315 Managers of small enterprises of restaurants and hotels 1316 ManagerLVALs of small enterprises in transport, storage and communications 1317 Managers of small enterprises in business services enterprises 1318 Managers of small enterprises in personal care, cleaning and related services 1319 Managers of small enterprises not elsewhere classifie MAJOR GROUP 2: PROFESSIONALS 21 Physical, mathematical and engineering science professionals 211 Physicists, chemists and related professionals 2111 Physicists and astronomers 2112 Meteorologists 2113 Chemists 2114 Geologists and geophysicists 212 Mathematicians, statisticians and related professionals 2121 Mathematicians and related professionals 2122 Statisticians 213 Computing professionals 2131 Computer systems designers, analysts and programmers 2139 Computing professionals not elsewhere classified 214 Architects, engineers and related professionals 2141 Architects, town and traffic planners 2142 Civil engineers 2143 Electrical engineers 2144 Electronics and telecommunications engineers 2145 Mechanical engineers 2146 Chemical engineers 2147 Mining engineers, metallurgists and related professionals 2148 Cartographers and surveyors 2149 Architects, engineers and related professionals not elsewhere classified 22 Life science and health professionals 221 Life science professionals 2211 Biologists, botanists, zoologists and related professionals 2212 Pharmacologists, pathologists and related professionals 2213 Agronomists and related professionals 222 Health professionals (except nursing) 2221 Medical doctors 2222 Dentists 2223 Veterinarians 2224 Pharmacists 2229 Health professionals (except nursing) not elsewhere classified 223 Nursing and midwifery professionals 2230 Nursing and midwifery professionals 23 Teaching professionals 231 College, university and higher education teaching professionals 2310 College, university and higher education teaching professionals 232 Secondary education teaching professionals 2320 Secondary education teaching professionals 233 Primary and pre-primary LVALeducation teaching professionals 2331 Primary education teaching professionals 2332 Pre-primary education teaching professionals 234 Special education teaching professionals 2340 Special education teaching professionals 235 Other teaching professionals 2351 Education methods specialists 2352 School inspectors 2359 Other teaching professionals not elsewhere classified 24 Other professionals 241 Business professionals 2411 Accountants 2412 Personnel and careers professionals 2419 Business professionals not elsewhere classified 242 Legal professionals 2421 Lawyers 2422 Judges 2429 Legal professionals not elswhere classified 243 Archivists, librarians and related information professionals 2431 Archivists and curators 2432 Librarians and related information professionals 244 Social science and related professionals 2441 Economists 2442 Sociologists, anthropologists and related professionals 2443 Philosophers, historians and political scientists 2444 Philologists, translators and interpreters 2445 Psychologists 2446 Social work professionals 245 Writers and creative or performing artists 2451 Authors, journalists and other writers 2452 Sculptors, painters and related artists 2453 Composers, musicians and singers 2454 Choreographers and dancers 2455 Film, stage and related actors and directors 246 Religious professionals 2460 Religious professionals 247 Public service administrative professionals 2470 Public service administrative professionals MAJOR GROUP 3: TECHNICIANS AND ASSOCIATE PROFESSIONALS 31 Physical and engineering science associate professionals 311 Physical and engineering science technicians 3111 Chemical and physical science technicians 3112 Civil engineering technicians 3113 Electrical engineering technicians 3114 Electronics and telecommunications engineering technicians 3115 Mechanical engineering technicians 3116 Chemical engineering technicians 3117 Mining and metallurgical technicians 3118 Draughtspersons 3119 Physical and engineering scLVALience technicians not elsewhere classified 312 Computer associate professionals 3121 Computer assistants 3122 Computer equipment operators 3123 Industrial robot controllers 313 Optical and electronic equipment operators 3131 Photographers and image and sound recording equipment operators 3132 Broadcasting and telecommunications equipment operators 3133 Medical equipment operators 3139 Optical and electronic equipment operators not elsewhere classified 314 Ship and aircraft controllers and technicians 3141 Ships' engineers 3142 Ships' deck officers and pilots 3143 Aircraft pilots and related associate professionals 3144 Air traffic controllers 3145 Air traffic safety technicians 315 Safety and quality inspectors 3151 Building and fire inspectors 3152 Safety, health and quality inspectors 32 Life science and health associate professionals 321 Life science technicians and related associate professional 3211 Life science technicians 3212 Agronomy and forestry technicians 3213 Farming and forestry advisers 322 Health associate professionals (except nursing) 3221 Medical assistants 3222 Hygienists, health and environmental officers 3223 Dieticians and nutritionists 3224 Optometrists and opticians 3225 Dental assistants 3226 Physiotherapists and related associate professionals 3227 Veterinary assistants 3228 Pharmaceutical assistants 3229 Health associate professionals (except nursing) not elsewhere classified 323 Nursing and midwifery associate professionals 3231 Nursing associate professionals 3232 Midwifery associate professionals 33 Teaching associate professionals 331 Primary education teaching associate professionals 3310 Primary education teaching associate professionals 332 Pre-primary education teaching associate professionals 3320 Pre-primary education teaching associate professionals 333 Special education teaching associate professionals 3330 Special education teaching associate professionals 334 Other teaching associate professionals 3340 Other teachinLVALg associate professionals 34 Other associate professionals 341 Finance and sales associate professionals 3411 Securities and finance dealers and brokers 3412 Insurance representatives 3413 Estate agents 3414 Travel consultants and organisers 3415 Technical and commercial sales representatives 3416 Buyers 3417 Appraisers, valuers and auctioneers 3419 Finance and sales associate professionals not elsewhere classified 342 Business services agents and trade brokers 3421 Trade brokers 3422 Clearing and forwarding agents 3423 Employment agents and labour contractors 3429 Business services agents and trade brokers not elsewhere classified 343 Administrative associate professionals 3431 Administrative secretaries and related associate professionals 3432 Legal and related business associate professionals 3433 Bookkeepers 3434 Statistical, mathematical and related associate professionals 344 Customs, tax and related government associate professionals 3441 Customs and border inspectors 3442 Government tax and excise officials 3443 Government social benefits officials 3444 Government licensing officials 3449 Customs, tax and related government associate professionals not elsewhere classified 345 Police inspectors and detectives 3450 Police inspectors and detectives 346 Social work associate professionals 3460 Social work associate professionals 347 Artistic, entertainment and sports associate professionals 3471 Decorators and commercial designers 3472 Radio, television and other announcers 3473 Street, night-club and related musicians, singers and dancers 3474 Clowns, magicians, acrobats and related associate professionals 3475 Athletes, sports persons and related associate professionals 348 Religious associate professionals 3480 Religious associate professionals MAJOR GROUP 4: CLERKS 41 Office clerks 411 Secretaries and keyboard-operating clerks 4111 Stenographers and typists 4112 Word-processor and related operators 4113 Data entry operators 4114 Calculating-machinLVALe operators 4115 Secretaries 412 Numerical clerks 4121 Accounting and book-keeping clerks 4122 Statistical and finance clerks 413 Material-recording and transport clerks 4131 Stock clerks 4132 Production clerks 4133 Transport clerks 414 Library, mail and related clerks 4141 Library and filing clerks 4142 Mail carriers and sorting clerks 4143 Coding, proof-reading and related clerks 4144 Scribes and related workers 419 Other office clerks 4190 Other office clerks 42 Customer services clerks 421 Cashiers, tellers and related clerks 4211 Cashiers and ticket clerks 4212 Tellers and other counter clerks 4213 Bookmakers and croupiers 4214 Pawnbrokers and money-lenders 4215 Debt-collectors and related workers 422 Client information clerks 4221 Travel agency and related clerks 4222 Receptionists and information clerks 4223 Telephone switchboard operators MAJOR GROUP 5: SERVICE WORKERS AND SHOP AND MARKET SALES WORKERS 51 Personal and protective services workers 511 Travel attendants and related workers 5111 Travel attendants and travel stewards 5112 Transport conductors 5113 Travel guides 512 Housekeeping and restaurant services workers 5121 Housekeepers and related workers 5122 Cooks 5123 Waiters, waitresses and bartenders 513 Personal care and related workers 5131 Child-care workers 5132 Institution-based personal care workers 5133 Home-based personal care workers 5139 Personal care and related workers not elsewhere classified 514 Other personal services workers 5141 Hairdressers, barbers, beauticians and related workers 5142 Companions and valets 5143 Undertakers and embalmers 5149 Other personal services workers not elsewhere classified 516 Protective services workers 5161 Fire-fighters 5162 Police officers 5163 Prison guards 5169 Protective services workers not elsewhere classified 52 Models, salespersons and demonstrators 521 Fashion and other models 5210 Fashion and other models 522 Shop, stall and market salespersons and demonstrators 5220 ShopLVAL, stall and market salespersons and demonstrators MAJOR GROUP 6: SKILLED AGRICULTURAL AND FISHERY WORKERS 61 Skilled agricultural and fishery workers 611 Market gardeners and crop growers 6111 Field crop and vegetable growers 6112 Gardeners, horticultural and nursery growers 612 Animal producers and related workers 6121 Dairy and livestock producers 6122 Poultry producers 6129 Animal producers and related workers not elsewhere classified 613 Crop and animal producers 6130 Crop and animal producers 614 Forestry and related workers 6141 Forestry workers and loggers 6142 Charcoal burners and related workers 615 Fishery workers, hunters and trappers 6151 Aquatic life cultivation workers 6152 Inland and coastal waters fishery workers 6153 Deep-sea fishery workers 6154 Hunters and trappers MAJOR GROUP 7: CRAFT AND RELATED TRADES WORKERS 71 Extraction and building trades workers 711 Miners, shotfirers, stone cutters and carvers 7111 Miners and quarry workers 7112 Shotfirers and blasters 7113 Stone splitters, cutters and carvers 712 Building frame and related trades workers 7121 Builders 7122 Bricklayers and stonemasons 7123 Concrete placers, concrete finishers and related workers 7124 Carpenters and joiners 7129 Building frame and related trades workers not elsewhere classified 713 Building finishers and related trades workers 7131 Roofers 7132 Floor layers and tile setters 7133 Plasterers 7134 Insulation workers 7135 Glaziers 7136 Plumbers and pipe fitters 7137 Building and related electricians 7139 Building finishers and related trade workers not elsewhere classified 714 Painters, building structure cleaners and related trades workers 7141 Painters and related workers 7143 Building structure cleaners 72 Metal, machinery and related trades workers 721 Metal moulders, welders, sheet-metal workers, structural-metal preparers, and related trades workers 7211 Metal moulders and coremakers 7212 Welders and flame cutters 7213 Sheet-metal workers 7214 StructuralLVAL-metal preparers and erectors 7215 Riggers and cable splicers 7216 Underwater workers 722 Blacksmiths, tool-makers and related trades workers 7221 Blacksmiths, hammer-smiths and forging-press workers 7222 Tool-makers and related workers 7223 Machine-tool setters and setter-operators 7224 Metal wheel-grinders, polishers and tool sharpeners 723 Machinery mechanics and fitters 7231 Motor vehicle mechanics and fitters 7232 Aircraft engine mechanics and fitters 7233 Agricultural- or industrial-machinery mechanics and fitters 724 Electrical and electronic equipment mechanics and fitters 7241 Electrical mechanics fitters and services 7242 Electronics mechanics, fitters and servicers 7244 Telegraph and telephone installers and servicers 7245 Electrical line installers, repairers and cable jointers 73 Precision, handicraft, craft printing and related trades workers 731 Precision workers in metal and related materials 7311 Precision-instrument makers and repairers 7312 Musical-instrument makers and tuners 7313 Jewellery and precious-metal workers 732 Potters, glass-makers and related trades workers 7321 Abrasive wheel formers, potters and related workers 7322 Glass-makers, cutters, grinders and finishers 7323 Glass engravers and etchers 7324 Glass, ceramics and related decorative painters 733 Handicraft workers in wood, textile, leather and related materials 7331 Handicraft workers in wood and related materials 7332 Handicraft workers in textile, leather and related materials 734 Craft printing and related trades workers 7341 Compositors, typesetters and related workers 7342 Stereotypers and electrotypers 7343 Printing engravers and etchers 7344 Photographic and related workers 7345 Bookbinders and related workers 7346 Silk-screen, block and craft textile printers 74 Other craft and related trades workers 741 Food processing and related trades workers 7411 Butchers, fishmongers and related food preparers 7412 Bakers, pastry-cooks and confectionery makers 7413 Dairy-prodLVALucts workers 7414 Fruit, vegetable and related preservers 7415 Food and beverage tasters and graders 7416 Tobacco preparers and tobacco products makers 742 Wood treaters, cabinet-makers and related trades workers 7421 Wood treaters 7422 Cabinetmakers and related workers 7423 Woodworking machine setters and setter-operators 7424 Basketry weavers, brush makers and related workers 743 Textile, garment and related trades workers 7431 Fibre preparers 7432 Weavers, knitters and related workers 7433 Tailors, dressmakers and hatters 7434 Furriers and related workers 7435 Textile, leather and related pattern-makers and cutters 7436 Sewers, embroiderers and related workers 7437 Upholsterers and related workers 744 Pelt, leather and shoemaking trades workers 7441 Pelt dressers, tanners and fellmongers 7442 Shoe-makers and related workers MAJOR GROUP 8: PLANT AND MACHINE OPERATORS AND ASSEMBLERS 81 Stationary plant and related operators 811 Mining and mineral-processing-plant operators 8111 Mining plant operators 8112 Mineral-ore and stone-processing-plant operators 8113 Well drillers and borers and related workers 812 Metal-processing plant operators 8121 Ore and metal furnace operators 8122 Metal melters, casters and rolling-mill operators 8123 Metal heat-treating-plant operators 8124 Metal drawers and extruders 813 Glass, ceramics and related plant operators 8131 Glass and ceramics kiln and related machine operators 8139 Glass, ceramics and related plant operators not elsewhere classified 814 Wood-processing- and papermaking-plant operators 8141 Wood-processing-plant operators 8142 Paper-pulp plant operators 8143 Papermaking-plant operators 815 Chemical-processing-plant operators 8151 Crushing-, grinding- and chemical-mixing-machinery operators 8152 Chemical-heat-treating-plant operators 8153 Chemical-filtering- and separating-equipment operators 8154 Chemical-still and reactor operators (except petroleum and natural gas) 8155 Petroleum- and natural-gas-refining-plaLVALnt operators 8159 Chemical-processing-plant operators not elsewhere classified 816 Power-production and related plant operators 8161 Power-production plant operators 8162 Steam-engine and boiler operators 8163 Incinerator, water-treatment and related plant operators 817 Industrial robot operators 8170 Industrial robot operators 82 Machine operators and assemblers 821 Metal- and mineral-products machine operators 8211 Machine-tool operators 8212 Cement and other mineral products machine operators 822 Chemical-products machine operators 8221 Pharmaceutical-and toiletry-products machine operators 8222 Ammunition- and explosive-products machine operators 8223 Metal finishing-, plating- and coating-machine operators 8224 Photographic-products machine operators 8229 Chemical-products machine operators not elsewhere classified 823 Rubber- and plastic-products machine operators 8231 Rubber-products machine operators 8232 Plastic-products machine operators 824 Wood-products machine operators 8240 Wood-products machine operators 825 Printing-, binding- and paper-products machine operators 8251 Printing-machine operators 8252 Book-binding-machine operators 8253 Paper-products machine operators 826 Textile-, fur- and leather-products machine operators 8261 Fibre-preparing-, spinning- and winding-machine operators 8262 Weaving- and knitting-machine operators 8263 Sewing-machine operators 8264 Bleaching-, dyeing- and cleaning-machine operators 8265 Fur- and leather-preparing-machine operators 8266 Shoemaking- and related machine operators 8269 Textile-, fur- and leather-products machine operators not elsewhere classified 827 Food and related products machine operators 8271 Meat- and fish-processing-machine operators 8272 Dairy-products machine operators 8273 Grain- and spice-milling-machine operators 8274 Baked-goods, cereal- and chocolate-products machine operators 8275 Fruit-, vegetable- and nut-processing-machine operators 8276 Sugar production machine operators 8277 TeaLVAL-, coffee- and cocoa-processing-machine operators 8278 Brewers, wine and other beverage machine operators 8279 Tobacco production machine operators 828 Assemblers 8281 Mechanical-machinery assemblers 8282 Electrical-equipment assemblers 8283 Electronic-equipment assemblers 8284 Metal-, rubber- and plastic-products assemblers 8285 Wood and related products assemblers 8286 Paperboard, textile and related products assemblers 8287 Composite products assemblers 829 Other machine operators not elsewhere classified 8290 Other machine operators not elsewhere classified 83 Drivers and mobile plant operators 831 Locomotive engine drivers and related workers 8311 Locomotive engine drivers 8312 Railway brakers, signallers and shunters 832 Motor vehicle drivers 8321 Motorcycle drivers 8322 Car, taxi and van drivers 8323 Bus and tram drivers 8324 Heavy truck and lorry drivers 833 Agricultural and other mobile plant operators 8331 Motorised farm and forestry plant operators 8332 Earth-moving and related plant operators 8333 Crane, hoist and related plant operators 8334 Lifting-truck operators 834 Ships' deck crews and related workers 8340 Ships' deck crews and related workers MAJOR GROUP 9: ELEMENTARY OCCUPATIONS 91 Sales and services elementary occupations 911 Street vendors and related workers 9111 Street vendors 9113 Door-to-door and telephone salespersons 912 Shoe cleaning and other street services elementary occupations 9120 Shoe cleaning and other street services elementary occupations 913 Domestic and related helpers, cleaners and launderers 9131 Domestic helpers and cleaners 9132 Helpers and cleaners in offices, hotels and other establishments 9133 Hand-launderers and pressers 914 Building caretakers, window and related cleaners 9141 Building caretakers 9142 Vehicle, window and related cleaners 915 Messengers, porters, doorkeepers and related workers 9151 Messengers, package and luggage porters and deliverers 9152 Doorkeepers, watchpersons and related workers 9 LVAL" 153 Vending-machine money collectors, meter readers and related workers 916 Garbage collectors and related labourers 9161 Garbage collectors 9162 Sweepers and related labourers 92 Agricultural, fishery and related labourers 921 Agricultural, fishery and related labourers 9211 Farm-hands and labourers 9212 Forestry labourers 9213 Fishery, hunting and trapping labourers 93 Labourers in mining, construction, manufacturing and transport 931 Mining and construction labourers 9311 Mining and quarrying labourers 9312 Construction and maintenance labourers: roads, dams and similar constructions 9313 Building construction labourers 932 Manufacturing labourers 9320 Manufacturing labourers 933 Transport labourers and freight handlers 9330 Transport labourers and freight handlers MAJOR GROUP 0: ARMED FORCES 1 Armed forces 10 Armed forces 100 Armed forcesLVALv MAJOR GROUP 1: LEGISLATORS, SENIOR OFFICIALS AND MANAGERS 11 Legislators and senior officials 111 Legislators and senior government officials 1110 Legislators and senior government officials 114 Senior officials of special-interest organisations 1141 Senior officials of political party organisations 1142 Senior officials of employers', workers' and other economic-interest organisations 1143 Senior officials of humanitarian and other special-interest organisations 12 Corporate managers 121 Directors and chief executives 1210 Directors and chief executives 122 Production and operations managers 1221 Production and operations managers in agriculture, hunting, forestry and fishing 1222 Production and operations managers in manufacturing 1223 Production and operations managers in construction 1224 Production and operations managers in wholesale and retail trade 1225 Production and operations managers in restaurants and hotels 1226 Production and operations managers in transport, storage and communications 1227 Production and operations managers in business services enterprises 1228 Production and operations managers in personal care, cleaning and related services 1229 Production and operations managers not elsewhere classified 123 Other specialist managers 1231 Finance and administration managers 1232 Personnel and industrial relations managers 1233 Sales and marketing managers 1234 Advertising and public relations managers 1235 Supply and distribution managers 1236 Computing services managers 1237 Research and development managers 1239 Other specialist managers not elsewhere classified 13 Managers of small enterprises 131 Managers of small enterprises 1311 Managers of small enterprises in agriculture, hunting, forestry and fishing 1312 Managers of small enterprises in manufacturing 1313 Managers of small enterprises in construction 1314 Managers of small enterprises in wholesale and retail trade 1315 Managers of small enterprises of restaurants and hotels 1316 ManageLVALrs of small enterprises in transport, storage and communications 1317 Managers of small enterprises in business services enterprises 1318 Managers of small enterprises in personal care, cleaning and related services 1319 Managers of small enterprises not elsewhere classifie MAJOR GROUP 2: PROFESSIONALS 21 Physical, mathematical and engineering science professionals 211 Physicists, chemists and related professionals 2111 Physicists and astronomers 2112 Meteorologists 2113 Chemists 2114 Geologists and geophysicists 212 Mathematicians, statisticians and related professionals 2121 Mathematicians and related professionals 2122 Statisticians 213 Computing professionals 2131 Computer systems designers, analysts and programmers 2139 Computing professionals not elsewhere classified 214 Architects, engineers and related professionals 2141 Architects, town and traffic planners 2142 Civil engineers 2143 Electrical engineers 2144 Electronics and telecommunications engineers 2145 Mechanical engineers 2146 Chemical engineers 2147 Mining engineers, metallurgists and related professionals 2148 Cartographers and surveyors 2149 Architects, engineers and related professionals not elsewhere classified 22 Life science and health professionals 221 Life science professionals 2211 Biologists, botanists, zoologists and related professionals 2212 Pharmacologists, pathologists and related professionals 2213 Agronomists and related professionals 222 Health professionals (except nursing) 2221 Medical doctors 2222 Dentists 2223 Veterinarians 2224 Pharmacists 2229 Health professionals (except nursing) not elsewhere classified 223 Nursing and midwifery professionals 2230 Nursing and midwifery professionals 23 Teaching professionals 231 College, university and higher education teaching professionals 2310 College, university and higher education teaching professionals 232 Secondary education teaching professionals 2320 Secondary education teaching professionals 233 Primary and pre-primaryLVAL education teaching professionals 2331 Primary education teaching professionals 2332 Pre-primary education teaching professionals 234 Special education teaching professionals 2340 Special education teaching professionals 235 Other teaching professionals 2351 Education methods specialists 2352 School inspectors 2359 Other teaching professionals not elsewhere classified 24 Other professionals 241 Business professionals 2411 Accountants 2412 Personnel and careers professionals 2419 Business professionals not elsewhere classified 242 Legal professionals 2421 Lawyers 2422 Judges 2429 Legal professionals not elswhere classified 243 Archivists, librarians and related information professionals 2431 Archivists and curators 2432 Librarians and related information professionals 244 Social science and related professionals 2441 Economists 2442 Sociologists, anthropologists and related professionals 2443 Philosophers, historians and political scientists 2444 Philologists, translators and interpreters 2445 Psychologists 2446 Social work professionals 245 Writers and creative or performing artists 2451 Authors, journalists and other writers 2452 Sculptors, painters and related artists 2453 Composers, musicians and singers 2454 Choreographers and dancers 2455 Film, stage and related actors and directors 246 Religious professionals 2460 Religious professionals 247 Public service administrative professionals 2470 Public service administrative professionals MAJOR GROUP 3: TECHNICIANS AND ASSOCIATE PROFESSIONALS 31 Physical and engineering science associate professionals 311 Physical and engineering science technicians 3111 Chemical and physical science technicians 3112 Civil engineering technicians 3113 Electrical engineering technicians 3114 Electronics and telecommunications engineering technicians 3115 Mechanical engineering technicians 3116 Chemical engineering technicians 3117 Mining and metallurgical technicians 3118 Draughtspersons 3119 Physical and engineering sLVALcience technicians not elsewhere classified 312 Computer associate professionals 3121 Computer assistants 3122 Computer equipment operators 3123 Industrial robot controllers 313 Optical and electronic equipment operators 3131 Photographers and image and sound recording equipment operators 3132 Broadcasting and telecommunications equipment operators 3133 Medical equipment operators 3139 Optical and electronic equipment operators not elsewhere classified 314 Ship and aircraft controllers and technicians 3141 Ships' engineers 3142 Ships' deck officers and pilots 3143 Aircraft pilots and related associate professionals 3144 Air traffic controllers 3145 Air traffic safety technicians 315 Safety and quality inspectors 3151 Building and fire inspectors 3152 Safety, health and quality inspectors 32 Life science and health associate professionals 321 Life science technicians and related associate professional 3211 Life science technicians 3212 Agronomy and forestry technicians 3213 Farming and forestry advisers 322 Health associate professionals (except nursing) 3221 Medical assistants 3222 Hygienists, health and environmental officers 3223 Dieticians and nutritionists 3224 Optometrists and opticians 3225 Dental assistants 3226 Physiotherapists and related associate professionals 3227 Veterinary assistants 3228 Pharmaceutical assistants 3229 Health associate professionals (except nursing) not elsewhere classified 323 Nursing and midwifery associate professionals 3231 Nursing associate professionals 3232 Midwifery associate professionals 33 Teaching associate professionals 331 Primary education teaching associate professionals 3310 Primary education teaching associate professionals 332 Pre-primary education teaching associate professionals 3320 Pre-primary education teaching associate professionals 333 Special education teaching associate professionals 3330 Special education teaching associate professionals 334 Other teaching associate professionals 3340 Other teachiLVALng associate professionals 34 Other associate professionals 341 Finance and sales associate professionals 3411 Securities and finance dealers and brokers 3412 Insurance representatives 3413 Estate agents 3414 Travel consultants and organisers 3415 Technical and commercial sales representatives 3416 Buyers 3417 Appraisers, valuers and auctioneers 3419 Finance and sales associate professionals not elsewhere classified 342 Business services agents and trade brokers 3421 Trade brokers 3422 Clearing and forwarding agents 3423 Employment agents and labour contractors 3429 Business services agents and trade brokers not elsewhere classified 343 Administrative associate professionals 3431 Administrative secretaries and related associate professionals 3432 Legal and related business associate professionals 3433 Bookkeepers 3434 Statistical, mathematical and related associate professionals 344 Customs, tax and related government associate professionals 3441 Customs and border inspectors 3442 Government tax and excise officials 3443 Government social benefits officials 3444 Government licensing officials 3449 Customs, tax and related government associate professionals not elsewhere classified 345 Police inspectors and detectives 3450 Police inspectors and detectives 346 Social work associate professionals 3460 Social work associate professionals 347 Artistic, entertainment and sports associate professionals 3471 Decorators and commercial designers 3472 Radio, television and other announcers 3473 Street, night-club and related musicians, singers and dancers 3474 Clowns, magicians, acrobats and related associate professionals 3475 Athletes, sports persons and related associate professionals 348 Religious associate professionals 3480 Religious associate professionals MAJOR GROUP 4: CLERKS 41 Office clerks 411 Secretaries and keyboard-operating clerks 4111 Stenographers and typists 4112 Word-processor and related operators 4113 Data entry operators 4114 Calculating-machiLVALne operators 4115 Secretaries 412 Numerical clerks 4121 Accounting and book-keeping clerks 4122 Statistical and finance clerks 413 Material-recording and transport clerks 4131 Stock clerks 4132 Production clerks 4133 Transport clerks 414 Library, mail and related clerks 4141 Library and filing clerks 4142 Mail carriers and sorting clerks 4143 Coding, proof-reading and related clerks 4144 Scribes and related workers 419 Other office clerks 4190 Other office clerks 42 Customer services clerks 421 Cashiers, tellers and related clerks 4211 Cashiers and ticket clerks 4212 Tellers and other counter clerks 4213 Bookmakers and croupiers 4214 Pawnbrokers and money-lenders 4215 Debt-collectors and related workers 422 Client information clerks 4221 Travel agency and related clerks 4222 Receptionists and information clerks 4223 Telephone switchboard operators MAJOR GROUP 5: SERVICE WORKERS AND SHOP AND MARKET SALES WORKERS 51 Personal and protective services workers 511 Travel attendants and related workers 5111 Travel attendants and travel stewards 5112 Transport conductors 5113 Travel guides 512 Housekeeping and restaurant services workers 5121 Housekeepers and related workers 5122 Cooks 5123 Waiters, waitresses and bartenders 513 Personal care and related workers 5131 Child-care workers 5132 Institution-based personal care workers 5133 Home-based personal care workers 5139 Personal care and related workers not elsewhere classified 514 Other personal services workers 5141 Hairdressers, barbers, beauticians and related workers 5142 Companions and valets 5143 Undertakers and embalmers 5149 Other personal services workers not elsewhere classified 516 Protective services workers 5161 Fire-fighters 5162 Police officers 5163 Prison guards 5169 Protective services workers not elsewhere classified 52 Models, salespersons and demonstrators 521 Fashion and other models 5210 Fashion and other models 522 Shop, stall and market salespersons and demonstrators 5220 ShoLVALp, stall and market salespersons and demonstrators MAJOR GROUP 6: SKILLED AGRICULTURAL AND FISHERY WORKERS 61 Skilled agricultural and fishery workers 611 Market gardeners and crop growers 6111 Field crop and vegetable growers 6112 Gardeners, horticultural and nursery growers 612 Animal producers and related workers 6121 Dairy and livestock producers 6122 Poultry producers 6129 Animal producers and related workers not elsewhere classified 613 Crop and animal producers 6130 Crop and animal producers 614 Forestry and related workers 6141 Forestry workers and loggers 6142 Charcoal burners and related workers 615 Fishery workers, hunters and trappers 6151 Aquatic life cultivation workers 6152 Inland and coastal waters fishery workers 6153 Deep-sea fishery workers 6154 Hunters and trappers MAJOR GROUP 7: CRAFT AND RELATED TRADES WORKERS 71 Extraction and building trades workers 711 Miners, shotfirers, stone cutters and carvers 7111 Miners and quarry workers 7112 Shotfirers and blasters 7113 Stone splitters, cutters and carvers 712 Building frame and related trades workers 7121 Builders 7122 Bricklayers and stonemasons 7123 Concrete placers, concrete finishers and related workers 7124 Carpenters and joiners 7129 Building frame and related trades workers not elsewhere classified 713 Building finishers and related trades workers 7131 Roofers 7132 Floor layers and tile setters 7133 Plasterers 7134 Insulation workers 7135 Glaziers 7136 Plumbers and pipe fitters 7137 Building and related electricians 7139 Building finishers and related trade workers not elsewhere classified 714 Painters, building structure cleaners and related trades workers 7141 Painters and related workers 7143 Building structure cleaners 72 Metal, machinery and related trades workers 721 Metal moulders, welders, sheet-metal workers, structural-metal preparers, and related trades workers 7211 Metal moulders and coremakers 7212 Welders and flame cutters 7213 Sheet-metal workers 7214 StructuraLVALl-metal preparers and erectors 7215 Riggers and cable splicers 7216 Underwater workers 722 Blacksmiths, tool-makers and related trades workers 7221 Blacksmiths, hammer-smiths and forging-press workers 7222 Tool-makers and related workers 7223 Machine-tool setters and setter-operators 7224 Metal wheel-grinders, polishers and tool sharpeners 723 Machinery mechanics and fitters 7231 Motor vehicle mechanics and fitters 7232 Aircraft engine mechanics and fitters 7233 Agricultural- or industrial-machinery mechanics and fitters 724 Electrical and electronic equipment mechanics and fitters 7241 Electrical mechanics fitters and services 7242 Electronics mechanics, fitters and servicers 7244 Telegraph and telephone installers and servicers 7245 Electrical line installers, repairers and cable jointers 73 Precision, handicraft, craft printing and related trades workers 731 Precision workers in metal and related materials 7311 Precision-instrument makers and repairers 7312 Musical-instrument makers and tuners 7313 Jewellery and precious-metal workers 732 Potters, glass-makers and related trades workers 7321 Abrasive wheel formers, potters and related workers 7322 Glass-makers, cutters, grinders and finishers 7323 Glass engravers and etchers 7324 Glass, ceramics and related decorative painters 733 Handicraft workers in wood, textile, leather and related materials 7331 Handicraft workers in wood and related materials 7332 Handicraft workers in textile, leather and related materials 734 Craft printing and related trades workers 7341 Compositors, typesetters and related workers 7342 Stereotypers and electrotypers 7343 Printing engravers and etchers 7344 Photographic and related workers 7345 Bookbinders and related workers 7346 Silk-screen, block and craft textile printers 74 Other craft and related trades workers 741 Food processing and related trades workers 7411 Butchers, fishmongers and related food preparers 7412 Bakers, pastry-cooks and confectionery makers 7413 Dairy-proLVALducts workers 7414 Fruit, vegetable and related preservers 7415 Food and beverage tasters and graders 7416 Tobacco preparers and tobacco products makers 742 Wood treaters, cabinet-makers and related trades workers 7421 Wood treaters 7422 Cabinetmakers and related workers 7423 Woodworking machine setters and setter-operators 7424 Basketry weavers, brush makers and related workers 743 Textile, garment and related trades workers 7431 Fibre preparers 7432 Weavers, knitters and related workers 7433 Tailors, dressmakers and hatters 7434 Furriers and related workers 7435 Textile, leather and related pattern-makers and cutters 7436 Sewers, embroiderers and related workers 7437 Upholsterers and related workers 744 Pelt, leather and shoemaking trades workers 7441 Pelt dressers, tanners and fellmongers 7442 Shoe-makers and related workers MAJOR GROUP 8: PLANT AND MACHINE OPERATORS AND ASSEMBLERS 81 Stationary plant and related operators 811 Mining and mineral-processing-plant operators 8111 Mining plant operators 8112 Mineral-ore and stone-processing-plant operators 8113 Well drillers and borers and related workers 812 Metal-processing plant operators 8121 Ore and metal furnace operators 8122 Metal melters, casters and rolling-mill operators 8123 Metal heat-treating-plant operators 8124 Metal drawers and extruders 813 Glass, ceramics and related plant operators 8131 Glass and ceramics kiln and related machine operators 8139 Glass, ceramics and related plant operators not elsewhere classified 814 Wood-processing- and papermaking-plant operators 8141 Wood-processing-plant operators 8142 Paper-pulp plant operators 8143 Papermaking-plant operators 815 Chemical-processing-plant operators 8151 Crushing-, grinding- and chemical-mixing-machinery operators 8152 Chemical-heat-treating-plant operators 8153 Chemical-filtering- and separating-equipment operators 8154 Chemical-still and reactor operators (except petroleum and natural gas) 8155 Petroleum- and natural-gas-refining-plLVALant operators 8159 Chemical-processing-plant operators not elsewhere classified 816 Power-production and related plant operators 8161 Power-production plant operators 8162 Steam-engine and boiler operators 8163 Incinerator, water-treatment and related plant operators 817 Industrial robot operators 8170 Industrial robot operators 82 Machine operators and assemblers 821 Metal- and mineral-products machine operators 8211 Machine-tool operators 8212 Cement and other mineral products machine operators 822 Chemical-products machine operators 8221 Pharmaceutical-and toiletry-products machine operators 8222 Ammunition- and explosive-products machine operators 8223 Metal finishing-, plating- and coating-machine operators 8224 Photographic-products machine operators 8229 Chemical-products machine operators not elsewhere classified 823 Rubber- and plastic-products machine operators 8231 Rubber-products machine operators 8232 Plastic-products machine operators 824 Wood-products machine operators 8240 Wood-products machine operators 825 Printing-, binding- and paper-products machine operators 8251 Printing-machine operators 8252 Book-binding-machine operators 8253 Paper-products machine operators 826 Textile-, fur- and leather-products machine operators 8261 Fibre-preparing-, spinning- and winding-machine operators 8262 Weaving- and knitting-machine operators 8263 Sewing-machine operators 8264 Bleaching-, dyeing- and cleaning-machine operators 8265 Fur- and leather-preparing-machine operators 8266 Shoemaking- and related machine operators 8269 Textile-, fur- and leather-products machine operators not elsewhere classified 827 Food and related products machine operators 8271 Meat- and fish-processing-machine operators 8272 Dairy-products machine operators 8273 Grain- and spice-milling-machine operators 8274 Baked-goods, cereal- and chocolate-products machine operators 8275 Fruit-, vegetable- and nut-processing-machine operators 8276 Sugar production machine operators 8277 TeLVALa-, coffee- and cocoa-processing-machine operators 8278 Brewers, wine and other beverage machine operators 8279 Tobacco production machine operators 828 Assemblers 8281 Mechanical-machinery assemblers 8282 Electrical-equipment assemblers 8283 Electronic-equipment assemblers 8284 Metal-, rubber- and plastic-products assemblers 8285 Wood and related products assemblers 8286 Paperboard, textile and related products assemblers 8287 Composite products assemblers 829 Other machine operators not elsewhere classified 8290 Other machine operators not elsewhere classified 83 Drivers and mobile plant operators 831 Locomotive engine drivers and related workers 8311 Locomotive engine drivers 8312 Railway brakers, signallers and shunters 832 Motor vehicle drivers 8321 Motorcycle drivers 8322 Car, taxi and van drivers 8323 Bus and tram drivers 8324 Heavy truck and lorry drivers 833 Agricultural and other mobile plant 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Silk-screen, block and craft textile printers 74 Other craft and related trades workers 741 Food processing and related trades workers 7411 Butchers, fishmongers and related food preparers 7412 Bakers, pastry-cooks and confectionery makers 7413 Dairy products workers 7414 Fruit, vegetable anLVALd related preservers 7415 Food and beverage tasters and graders 7416 Tobacco preparers and tobacco products makers 742 Wood treaters, cabinet-makers and related trades workers 7421 Wood treaters 7422 Cabinetmakers and related workers 7423 Woodworking machine setters and setter-operators 7424 Basketry weavers, brush makers and related workers 743 Textile, garment and related trades workers 7431 Fibre preparers 7432 Weavers, knitters and related workers 7433 Tailors, dressmakers and hatters 7434 Furriers and related workers 7435 Textile, leather and related pattern-makers and cutters 7436 Sewers, embroiderers and related workers 7437 Upholsterers and related workers 744 Pelt, leather and 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department managers not elsewhere classified 1240 Misc.LVAL office supervisors, Office manager 1251 High-grade military officers 1252 Low-grade commissioned officers 1300 General managers 1310 General managers 1311 General managers in agriculture, hunting, forestry and fishing 1312 General managers in manufacturing 1313 General managers in construction 1314 General managers in wholesale and retail trade 1315 General managers of restaurants and hotels 1316 General managers in transport, storage and communications 1317 General managers of business services 1318 General managers in personal care, cleaning and related services 1319 General managers not elsewhere classified 1320 Managers in non-specific trade areas 2000 Professionals 2100 Physical,mathematical and engineering science professionals 2110 Physicists, chemists and related professionals 2111 Physicists and astronomers 2112 Meteorologists 2113 Chemists 2114 Geologists and geophysicists 2120 Mathematicians, statisticians and 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Dentists 2223 Veterinarians 2224 Pharmacists 2229 HeaLVALlth professionals (except nursing) not elsewhere classified 2230 Nursing and midwifery professionals 2300 Teaching professionals 2310 College, university and higher education teacher 2320 Secondary education teaching professionals 2321 Secondary (high)-school teacher 2322 Teacher in vocational training, Secondary vocational teacher 2330 Primary and pre-primary education teaching professionals 2331 Primary education teaching professionals 2332 Pre-primary education teaching professionals 2340 Special education teaching professionals 2350 Other teaching professionals 2351 Education methods specialists 2352 School inspectors 2359 Other teaching professionals not elsewhere classified, extra-systemic. teacher 2400 Other professionals 2410 Business professionals 2411 Accountants 2412 Personnel and careers professionals 2419 Business professionals not elsewhere classified 2420 Legal professionals 2421 Lawyers 2422 Judges 2429 Legal professionals not elsewhere classified 2430 Archivists, librarians and related information professionals 2431 Archivists and curators 2432 Librarians and related information professionals 2440 Social science and related professionals 2441 Economists 2442 Sociologists, anthropologists and related professionals 2443 Philosophers, historians and polical scientists 2444 Philologists, translators and interpreters 2445 Psychologists 2446 Social work professionals 2450 Writers and creative or performing artists 2451 Authors, journalists and other writers 2452 Sculptors, painters and related artists 2453 Composers, musicians and singers 2454 Choreographers and dancers 2455 Film, stage and related actors and directors 2460 Religious professionals 2470 ISCO_COM: Public service administrative professionals 2500 Education professionals not elsewhere classified 3000 Technicians and associate professionals 3100 Physical and engineering science associate professionals 3110 Physical and engineering science technicians 3111 Chemical and physical sciencLVALe technicians 3112 Civil engineering technicians 3113 Electrical engineering technicians 3114 Electronics and telecommunication technicians 3115 Mechanical engineering technicians 3116 Chemical engineering technicians 3117 Mining and metallurgical technicians 3118 Draughtspersons 3119 Physical and engineering science technicians not elsewhere classified 3120 Computer associate professionals 3121 Computer assistants 3122 Computer equipment operators 3123 Industrial robot controllers 3130 Optical and electronic equipement operators 3131 Photographers and image and sound recording equipment operators 3132 Broadcasting and telecommunications equipment operators 3133 Medical equipment operators 3139 Optical and electronic equipment operators not elsewhere classified 3140 Ship and aircraft controllers and technicians 3141 Ships engineers 3142 Ships deck officers and pilots 3143 Aircraft pilots and related associate professionals 3144 Air traffic controllers 3145 Air traffic safety technicians 3150 Safety and quality inspectors 3151 Building and fire inspectors 3152 Safety, health and quality inspectors 3153 Road policemen 3200 Life science and health associate professionals 3210 Life science technicians and related associate professionals 3211 Life science technicians 3212 Agronomy and forestry technicians 3213 Farming and forestry advisers 3220 Modern health assiciate professionals (except nursing) 3221 Medical assistants 3222 Sanitarians 3223 Dieticians and nutritionists 3224 Optometrists and opticians 3225 Dental assistants 3226 Physiotherapists and related associate professionals 3227 Veterinary assistants 3228 Pharmaceutical assistants 3229 Modern health associate professionals (except nursing) not elsewhere classified 3230 Nursing and midwifery associate professionals 3231 Nursing associate professionals 3232 Midwifery associate professionals 3240 Traditional medicine practitioners and faith healers 3241 Traditional medicine practitioners 3242 Faith healLVALers 3300 Teaching associate professionals 3310 Primary education teaching associate professionals 3320 Pre-primary education teaching associate professionals 3330 Special education teaching associate professionals 3340 Other teaching associate professionals 3341 Teachers in technical college 3342 Other educational occupations 3400 Other associate professionals 3410 Finance and sales associate professionals 3411 Securities and finance dealers and brokers 3412 Insurance representatives 3413 Estate agents 3414 Travel consultants and organisers 3415 Technical and commercial sales representatives 3416 Buyers 3417 Appraisers, valuers and auctioneers 3418 Customer consultant in a bank 3419 Finance and sales associate professionals not elsewhere classified 3420 Business services agents and trade broker 3421 Trade brokers 3422 Clearing and forwarding agents 3423 Employment agents and labour contractors 3429 Other business services agents and trade brokers not elswhere classified 3430 Administrative associate professionals 3431 Administrative secretaries and related associate professionals 3432 Legal and related business associate professionals 3433 Bookkeepers 3434 Statistical, mathematical and related associate professionals 3439 Administrative associate professionals not elsewhere classified 3440 Customs, tax and related government associate professionals 3441 Customs and border inspectors 3442 Government tax and excise officials 3443 Government social benefits officials 3444 Government licensing officials 3445 Public employment service workers 3449 Customs, tax and related government associate professionals not elsewhere classified 3450 Police inspectors and detectives 3452 Armed forces non-commiss. officer and army nfs 3460 Social work associate professionals 3470 Artistic, entertainment and sports associate professionals 3471 Decorators and commercial designers 3472 Radio, television and other announcers 3473 Street, night-club and related musicians, singers and LVALdancers 3474 Clowns, magicians, acrobates and related associate professionals 3475 Athletes, sportspersons and related asscoiate professionals 3480 Religious associate professionals 3492 Librarians 4000 Clerks, office worker 4100 Office clerks 4110 Secretaries and keyboard-operating clerks 4111 Stenographers and typists 4112 Word-processor and related operators 4113 Data entry operators 4114 Calculating machine operators 4115 Secretaries 4120 Numerical clerks 4121 Accounting and bookkeeping clerks 4122 Statistical and finance clerks 4130 Material-recording and transport clerks 4131 Stock clerks 4132 Production clerks 4133 Transport clerks 4140 Library, mail and related clerks 4141 Library and filing clerks 4142 Mail carriers and sorting clerks 4143 Coding, proof-reading+related clerks 4144 Scribes and related workers 4190 Other office clerks 4200 Customer services clerks 4210 Cashiers, tellers and related clerks 4211 Cashiers and ticket clerks 4212 Tellers and other counter clerks 4213 Bookmakers and croupiers 4214 Pawnbrokers and money-lenders 4215 Debt-collectors and related workers 4220 Client information clerks 4221 Travel agency and related clerks 4222 Receptionists and information clerks 4223 Telephone switchboard operators 4300 Office helping workers 4400 Post office, higher civil service 5000 Service workers and shop and market sales workers 5100 Personal and protective services workers 5110 Travel attendents and related workers 5111 Travel attendents and travel stewards 5112 Transport conductors 5113 Travel guides 5120 Housekeeping and restaurant services workers 5121 Housekeepers and related workers 5122 Cooks 5123 Waiters, waitresses and bartenders 5130 Personal care and related workers 5131 Child care workers 5132 Institution-based personal care workers 5133 Home-based personal care workers 5134 Dental secretaries 5139 Personal care and related workers not elsewhere classfied 5140 Other personal services workers 5141 Hairdressers, barLVALbers, beauticians and related workers 5142 Companions and valets 5143 Undertakers and embalmers 5149 Other personal services workers not elsewhere classified 5150 Astrologers, fortune-tellers and related workers 5151 Astrologers and related workers 5152 Fortune-tellers, palmists and related workers 5160 Protective services workers 5161 Fire-fighters 5162 Police officers 5163 Prison guards 5164 Caretakers 5169 Protective services workers not elsewhere classified 5200 Models, salespersons and demonstrators 5210 Fashion and other models 5220 Shop salespersons and demonstrators 5221 Shop staff, sales staff and others 5223 Wholesale merchants 5230 Stall and market salespersons 6000 Skilled agricultural and fishery workers 6100 Market-oriented skilled agricultural and fishery workers 6110 Market gardeners and crop growers 6111 Field crop and vegetable growers 6112 Tree and shrub crop growers 6113 Gardeners, horticultural and nursery growers 6114 Mixed-crop growers 6120 Market-oriented animal producers and related workers 6121 Dairy and livestock producers 6122 Poultry producers 6123 Apiarists and sericulturists 6124 Mixed animal producers 6129 Market-oriented animal producers and related workers not elsewhere classified 6130 Market-oriented crop and animal producers 6132 Farmers 6133 Farm supervisors, Farmer nec 6140 Forestry and related workers 6141 Forestry workers and loggers 6142 Charcoal burners and related workers 6150 Fishery workers, hunters and trappers 6151 Aquatic-life cultivation workers 6152 Inland and coastal waters fishery workers 6153 Deep-sea fishery workers 6154 Hunters and trappers 6200 Subsistence agricultural and fishery workers 6210 Subsistence agricultural and fishery workers 7000 Craft and related trades workers 7100 Extraction and building trades workers 7110 Miners, shotfirers, stone cutters and carvers 7111 Miners and quarry workers 7112 Shotfirers and blasters 7113 Stone splitters, cutters and carvers 7120 Building frame and relaLVALted trades workers 7121 Builders, traditional materials 7122 Bricklayers and stonemasons 7123 Concrete placers, concrete finishers and related workers 7124 Carpenters and joiners 7126 Carpenters 7129 Building frame and related trades workers not elsewhere classified 7130 Building finishers and related trades workers 7131 Roofers 7132 Floor layers and tile setters 7133 Plasterers 7134 Insulation workers 7135 Glaziers 7136 Plumbers and pipe fitters 7137 Building and related electricians 7140 Painters, building structure cleaners and related trades workers 7141 Painters and related workers 7142 Varnishers and related painters 7143 Building structure cleaners 7200 Metal, machinery and related trades workers 7210 Metal moulders, welders, sheet-metal workers, structural metal preparers and related trades workers 7211 Metal moulders and coremakers 7212 Welders and flamecutters 7213 Sheet-metal workers 7214 Structural-metal preparers and erectors 7215 Riggers and cable splicers 7216 Underwater workers 7220 Blacksmiths, tool-makers and related trades workers 7221 Blacksmiths, hammer-smiths and forging-press workers 7222 Tool-makers and related workers 7223 Machine-tool setters and setter-operators 7224 Metal wheel-grinders, polishers and tool sharpeners 7230 Machinery mechanics and fitters 7231 Motor vehicle mechanics and fitters 7232 Aircraft engine mechanics and fitters 7233 Agricultural- or industrial-machinery mechanics and fitters 7234 Shipmechanics etc 7240 Electrical and electronic equipment mechanics and fitters 7241 Electrical mechanics and fitters 7242 Electronics fitters 7243 Electronics mechanics and servicers 7244 Telegraph and telephone installers and service 7245 Electrical line installers, repairers and cable jointers 7300 Precision, handicraft, printing and related trades workers 7310 Precision workers in metal and related materials 7311 Precision-instrument makers and repairers 7312 Musical instrument makers and tuners 7313 Jewellery and preciousLVAL-metal workers 7320 Potters, glass-makers and related trades workers 7321 Abrasive wheel formers, potters and related workers 7322 Glass-makers, cutters, grinders and finishers 7323 Glass engravers and etchers 7324 Glass, ceramics and related decorative painters 7330 Handicraft workers in wood, textile, leather and related materials 7331 Handicraft workers in wood and related materials 7332 Handicraft workers in textile, leather and related materials 7340 Printing and related trades workers 7341 Compositors, typesetters and related workers 7342 Stereotypers and electrotypers 7343 Printing engravers and etchers 7344 Photographic and related workers 7345 Bookbinders and related workers 7346 Silk-screen, block and textile printers 7400 Other craft and related trades workers 7410 Food processing and related trades workers 7411 Butchers, fishmongers and related food preparers 7412 Bakers, pastry-cooks and confectionary makers 7413 Dairy-products makers 7414 Fruit, vegetable and related preservers 7415 Food and beverage tasters and graders 7416 Tobacco preparers and tobacco product makers 7420 Wood treaters, cabinet-makers and related trades workers 7421 Wood treaters 7422 Cabinet-makers and related workers 7423 Woodworking machine setters and setter operators 7424 Basketry weavers, brush makers and related workers 7430 Textile, garment and related trades workers 7431 Fibre preparers 7432 Weavers, knitters and related workers 7433 Tailors, dressmakers and hatters 7434 Furriers and related workers 7435 Textile, leather and reletad pattern-makers and cutters 7436 Sewers, embroiderers and related workers 7437 Upholsterers and related workers 7440 Pelt, leather and shoemaking trades workers 7441 Pelt dressers, tanners and fellmongers 7442 Shoe-makers and related workers 7450 Laboratory assistants 7500 Metal worker general 7510 Metal worker nec, Non farm foremen nec 7520 Electronics engineers nec, Skilled manual nec 7530 Apprentice 7900 Master craftsmen, supervisors LVAL8000 Plant and machine operators and assemblers 8100 Stationary-plant and related operators 8110 Mining- and mineral-processing-plant operators 8111 Mining-plant operators 8112 Mineral-ore and stone-processing-plant operators 8113 Well drillers and borers and related workers 8120 Metal-processing-plant operators 8121 Ore ad metal furnace operators 8122 Metal melters, casters and rolling-mill operators 8123 Metal-heat-treating-plant operators 8124 Metal drawers and extruders 8130 Glass, ceramics and related plant operators 8131 Glass, ceramics kiln and related machine operators 8132 Operators in insul. glass production 8139 Glass, ceramics and related plant operators not elsewhere classified 8140 Wood-processing- and papermaking-plant operators 8141 Wood-processing-plant operators 8142 Paper-pulp plant operators 8143 Papermaking-plant operators 8150 Chemical-processing-plant operators 8151 Crushing-, grinding- and chemical mixing-machinery operators 8152 Chemical-heat-treating-plant operators 8153 Chemical-filtering- and separating-equipment operators 8154 Chemical-still and reactor operators (except petroleum and natural gas) 8155 Petroleum and natural-gas-refining-plant operators 8159 Chemical-processing-plant operators not elsewhere classified 8160 Power-production and related plant operators 8161 Power-production plant operators 8162 Steam-engine and boiler operators 8163 Incinerator, water-treatment and related operators 8170 Automated-assembly-line and industrial-robot operators 8171 Automated-assembly-line operators 8172 Industrial-robot operators 8200 Machine operators and assemblers 8210 Metal- and mineral-products machine operators 8211 Machine-tool operators 8212 Cement and other mineral products machine operators 8220 Chemical-products machine operators 8221 Pharmaceutical- and toiletry-products machine operators 8222 Ammunition- and explosive- products machine operators 8223 Metal finishing-, plating and coating-machine operators 8224 Photographic-pLVALroducts machine operators 8229 Chemical-products machine operators not elsewhere classified 8230 Rubber- and plastic-products machine operators 8231 Rubber-products machine operators 8232 Plastic-products machine operators 8240 Wood-products machine operators 8250 Printing-, binding- and paper-products machine operators 8251 Printing-machine operators 8252 Bookbinding-machine operators 8253 Paper-products machine operators 8260 Textile, fur- and leather-products machine operators 8261 Fibre-preparing-, spinning- and winding-machine operators 8262 Weaving- and knitting-machine operators 8263 Sewing-machine operators 8264 Bleaching-, dyeing- and cleaning-machine operators 8265 Fur- and leather-preparing-machine operators 8266 Shoemaking- and related machine operators 8269 Textile-, fur- and leather-products machine operators not elsewhere classified 8270 Food and related products machine operators 8271 Meat- and fish-processing-machine operators 8272 Dairy-products machine operators 8273 Grain- and spice-milling-machine operators 8274 Baked-goods, cereal and chocolate-products machine operators 8275 Fruit-, vegetable- and nut-processing-machine operators 8276 Sugar production machine operators 8277 Tea-, coffee- and cocoa-processing-machine operators 8278 Beverage, wine and other beverage machine operators 8279 Tobacco production machine operators 8280 Assemblers 8281 Mechanical-machinery assemblers 8282 Electrical-equipment assemblers 8283 Electronic-equipment assemblers 8284 Metal-, rubber- and plastic-products assemblers 8285 Wood and related products assemblers 8286 Paperboard, textile and related products assemblers 8290 Other machine operators and assemblers 8300 Drivers and mobile-plant operators 8310 Locomotive-engine drivers and related workers 8311 Locomotive-engine drivers 8312 Railway brakers, signallers and shunters 8320 Motor-vehicle drivers 8321 Motor-cycle drivers 8322 Car, taxi and van drivers 8323 Bus and tram drivers 8324 Heavy truck and lorLVALry drivers 8330 Agricultural and other mobile-plant operators 8331 Motorised farm and forestry plant operators 8332 Earth-moving and related plant operators 8333 Crane, hoist and related plant operators 8334 Lifting-truck operators 8340 Ships deck crews and related workers 8341 Deck crew, ship 8400 Semi-skilled worker nec 9000 Elementary occupations 9100 Sales and services elementary occupations 9110 Street vendors and related workers 9111 Street food vendors 9112 Street vendors, non-food products 9113 Door-to-door and telephone salesperson 9120 Shoe cleaning and other street services elementary occupations 9130 Domestic and related helpers, cleaners and launderers 9131 Domestic helpers and cleaners 9132 Helpers and cleaners in offices, hotels and other establishments 9133 Hand-launderers and pressers 9134 Kitchen and service assistants 9140 Building caretakers, window and related cleaners 9141 Building caretakers 9142 Vehicle, window and related 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