TT651: Employed persons aged 15-64 with restricted ability to work due to long-term health problem by occupational group and type of health problem (2002-2009)
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17.02.2010

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annual average

Long-term health problem - long-term (6 months or longer) illness or disability.

The data are in compliance with ISCO 88.Data are continued to be published according to the new classification in table ML6509: Employed persons aged 15-64 with restricted ability to work due to long-term health problem by occupational group and type of health problem.

* White-collar workers: legislators, senior officials and managers; professionals; technicians and associate professionals; clerks.

** Blue-collar workers: service workers and shop and market sales workers; skilled agricultural and fishery workers; craft and related trade workers; plant and machine operators and assemblers; elementary occupations; armed forces.

TT651: Employed persons aged 15-64 with restricted ability to work due to long-term health problem by occupational group and type of health problem (2002-2009)Last updated

17.02.2010

Notes

annual average

Long-term health problem - long-term (6 months or longer) illness or disability.

The data are in compliance with ISCO 88.Data are continued to be published according to the new classification in table ML6509: Employed persons aged 15-64 with restricted ability to work due to long-term health problem by occupational group and type of health problem.

* White-collar workers: legislators, senior officials and managers; professionals; technicians and associate professionals; clerks.

** Blue-collar workers: service workers and shop and market sales workers; skilled agricultural and fishery workers; craft and related trade workers; plant and machine operators and assemblers; elementary occupations; armed forces.

Definitions and MethodologyDefinitions and Methodologyhttp://pub.stat.ee/px-web.2001/I_Databas/Social_life/09Labour_market/090Health_and_ability_to_work/ML_047.htm