Appendix table 34. Employed persons aged 15-74 by occupation (Occupational Classification 2010) and sex in 2013

  Employed, 1000 persons
Both sexes total Males Females
Occupation code Occupation      
  Occupations total 2 457 1 261 1 195
Managers 69 48 20
11 Chief executives, senior officials and legislators 11 7 4
12 Administrative and commercial managers 23 18 6
13 Production and specialised services managers 28 19 9
14 Hospitality, retail and other services managers 6 4 .
Professionals 575 303 273
21 Science and engineering professionals 137 105 31
22 Health professionals 34 9 24
23 Teaching professionals 130 39 91
24 Business and administration professionals 115 56 58
25 Information and communications technology professionals 81 62 18
26 Legal, social and cultural professionals 80 31 49
Technicians and associate professionals 454 194 259
31 Science and engineering associate professionals 96 77 19
32 Health associate professionals 107 14 93
33 Business and administration associate professionals 158 65 93
34 Legal, social, cultural and related associate professionals 72 22 50
35 Information and communications technicians 20 15 5
Clerical support workers 162 37 125
41 General and keyboard clerks 54 4 50
42 Customer services clerks 39 8 32
43 Numerical and material recording clerks 42 15 27
44 Other clerical support workers 27 10 17
5 Service and sales workers 476 130 346
51 Personal service workers 118 49 69
52 Sales workers 164 51 113
53 Personal care workers 173 14 159
54 Protective services workers 19 16 4
6 Skilled agricultural and fishery workers 87 61 26
61 Market-oriented skilled agricultural workers  78 52 26
62 Market-oriented skilled forestry, fishery and hunting workers 10 9 .
7 Craft and related trades workers 276 255 21
71 Building and related trades workers, excluding electricians 105 102 3
72 Metal, machinery and related trades workers 94 91 3
73 Handicraft and printing workers 13 9 5
74 Electrical and electronic trades workers 42 41 .
75 Food processing, wood working, garment and other craft and related trades workers 21 13 9
8 Plant and machine operators and assemblers 188 160 28
81 Stationary plant and machine operators 58 42 16
82 Assemblers 16 10 6
83 Drivers and mobile plant operators 114 109 5
9 Elementary occupations 156 62 94
91 Cleaners and helpers 65 8 58
92 Agricultural, forestry and fishery labourers 3 . .
93 Labourers in mining, construction, manufacturing and transport 48 38 10
94 Food preparation assistants 25 5 20
95 Street and related sales and service workers 5 . 3
96 Refuse workers and other elementary workers 9 7 2
Armed forces 8 8 .
01 Commissioned armed forces officers 3 3 .
02 Non-commissioned armed forces officers 4 4 .

Source: Labour Force Survey 2013. Statistics Finland

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Updated 1.4.2014

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Official Statistics of Finland (OSF): Labour force survey [e-publication].
ISSN=1798-7857. Employment and unemployment 2013, Appendix table 34. Employed persons aged 15-74 by occupation (Occupational Classification 2010) and sex in 2013 . Helsinki: Statistics Finland [referred: 17.9.2019].
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