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Workforce structure in Clackmannanshire

Workforce structure in Clackmannanshire

The revised version of Standard Occupational Classification (SOC 2010) shows a decline in occupations requiring good general education and utilising skills necessary to operate machinery and industrial plants.

In the space of 10 years, the structure of workforce in Clackmannanshire has not changed significantly, although there are groups that have felt the impact of the economic downturn more than others.

The table below illustrates how Clackmannanshire's workforce has changed in the last several years.

Workforce structure (SOC 2010), Clackmannanshire: April - March
Major Group06-0707-0808-0909-1010-1111-1212-1313-1414-1515-16
Managers, directors and senior officials2,4001,8001,6003,0002,7002,2002,7002,9002,5002,300
Professional occupations3,2003,4003,7003,4004,7004,7003,4004,0003,9003,000
Associate professional and technical occupations2,5002,8003,2002,5002,5002,8003,1002,7003,2003,000
Administrative and secretarial occupations3,2002,2002,2002,0002,0001,7001,6001,6001,8002,900
Skilled trades occupations2,2002,8003,0002,9002,6002,3002,5002,2002,9003,000
Caring, leisure and other service occupations2,5002,0002,3002,2002,4002,2001,6002,0002,1002,100
Sales and customer service occupations1,9002,6002,2002,1002,8001,7002,4002,7002,3001,900
Process, plant and machine operatives1,9001,6002,1002,0002,1001,8001,4001,6002,1002,400
Elementary occupations2,9003,0002,0003,3002,8002,3003,0002,7002,3003,000

For further information on general nature of qualifications and experience for the above occupations, please see the SOC 2010website.

Source: Office for National Statistics, Nomis

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