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OECD Data on Skills: Employment by Industry and Occupation

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This document is aimed at disseminating to a wider public the data on employment by industry and occupations for ten OECD countries, that have been collected over the last few years in the context of analytical work aimed at exploring empirically the changing patterns of skills in OECD countries. The industrial coverage of the data allows them to be used in conjunction with similar disaggregated OECD databases, while the occupational detail and time coverage track the evolution of skills profiles over the last one or two decades. The data in this document have been declassified by the Statistical Working Party of the OECD Industry Committee with the understanding that they represent OECD Secretariat estimates and not official country submissions.The country-specific data are not included in the paper version of this document, but are available on the OECD Web site at the following address: http://www.oecd.org/dsti/sti/prod/sti_wp.htm ... Les données de l'OCDE sur les compétences : L'emploi par industrie et par activité professionnelle Ce document a pour but une diffusion plus large des données de l’emploi par industrie et par activité professionnelle pour 10 pays de l’OCDE. Ces données ont été collectées au cours des dernières années dans le cadre des travaux analytiques sur l’évolution des compétences dans les pays de l’OCDE. La couverture industrielle en permet l’utilisation conjointe avec d’autres bases de données désagrégées de l’OCDE. Le détail de la ventilation par activité et la période couverte permettent de suivre l’évolution des profils de compétence sur les deux dernières décennies. Les données présentées dans ce rapport ont été déclassifiées par le Groupe de travail sur les statistiques industrielles du Comité de l’industrie. Il faut en effet souligner qu’il s’agit d’estimations du Secrétariat de l’OCDE et non pas de soumissions officielles des pays Membres.Les données relatives aux pays ne figurent pas dans la version papier de ce rapport, mais sont mises à la disposition du public sur le site Web de l’OCDE à l’adresse suivante : http://www.oecd.org/dsti/sti/prod/sti_wp.htm> ...

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  • Oecd, 1998. "OECD Data on Skills: Employment by Industry and Occupation," OECD Science, Technology and Industry Working Papers 1998/4, OECD Publishing.
  • Handle: RePEc:oec:stiaaa:1998/4-en
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