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Related classifications and standards

New Zealand

ANZSCO is linked to the New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations 1999.

The Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations is currently used by other parts of the Official Statistical System in New Zealand, especially through the Careers Services job search database and the Department of Labour Job Vacancy Survey.

The statistical standard for occupation should be read in conjunction with the statistical standard for labour force status 1999:

International

International Standard Classification of Occupations (ISCO)

The International Standard Classification of Occupations (ISCO) provides a base for member countries of the International Labour Office (ILO) to compare statistics on occupational groups in order to ascertain the distribution of the employed population, to determine average wages and to merge data from different countries. ISCO also provides a framework to assist countries to develop occupation classifications.

ANZSCO is concorded to ISCO. Both classifications use the same concepts and definitions, as well as using skill level to differentiate between the major groups. Within each major group, skill specialisation is used to progressively differentiate each level of the classification from one another.

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