Appendix table 5a. Biggest shares of wage and salary earners with families of all wage and salary earners aged 18 to 74 in the occupational group in 2015, % 1)

Occupational group (AML 2010) Wage and salary earners Wage and salary earners with families Share, %
1321 Manufacturing managers 7,426 6,673 89.9
1120 Managing directors and chief executives 2,509 2,239 89.2
1420 Retail and wholesale trade managers 3,667 3,266 89.1
1323 Construction managers 3,306 2,936 88.8
1223 Research and development managers 4,127 3,660 88.7
1221 Sales and marketing managers 5,335 4,720 88.5
1324 Supply, distribution and related managers 1,787 1,581 88.5
1346 Financial and insurance services branch managers 3,021 2,670 88.4
1330 Information and communications technology service managers 4,566 4,028 88.2
53112 Private childminders 8,272 7,291 88.1
32212 Public health nurses 9,348 8,209 87.8
3315 Valuers and loss assessors 401 352 87.8
1345 Education managers 3,635 3,169 87.2
1343 Aged care services managers 256 223 87.1
1219 Business services and administration managers not elsewhere classified 3,209 2,795 87.1
1) A family is formed by married or cohabiting couples or those in registered partnerships and their children, by one of the parents with their children and by married and cohabiting couples and registered partners without children. The child's age is not significant. The occupational groups are in accordance with the Classification of Occupations 2010

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Updated 20.10.2017

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