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The Swedish Occupational Register with statistics

Starting with the 2014 survey, occupations are reported according to the Swedish Standard Classification of Occupations (SSYK 2012). It reflects today's occupational structure better than the previous occupational classification (SSYK 96). The base for SSYK 2012 is the international classification (ISCO-08). Comparison with previous years reported according to SSYK96 is not possible.

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The Swedish Occupational Register with occupational statistics 2018

2020-03-05

The most common occupation in Sweden was “assistant nurses, personal care, home care and homes for the elderly”. There were 91 percent women and 9 percent men in this occupation. It was also the most common occupation among women. The most common occupation among men was “warehouse and terminal staff”, which was the sixth most common occupation in total. There were 78 percent men and 22 percent women in this occupation.

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Title Language Type Date
The occupational register 2018 English SM 2020-03-05
The Swedish occupational register 2017 English SM 2019-03-07
The Swedish Occupational Register with statistics 2013 English SM 2018-03-13
The Swedish Occupational Register with statistics 2014 English SM 2018-03-13
The Swedish occupational register English SM 2018-03-07
The Swedish Occupational Register with statistics 2015 English SM 2017-02-27
The Swedish Occupational Register with statistics 2012 English SM 2014-03-06
Background facts: The Swedish Occupational Register English Rapport 2011-10-21

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