2017 Number of Employed Persons by Type of Employment
This is the result of KOSTAT“s EconomicallyActive Population Survey which shows the number of employed persons by employment type and sex. In both men and women, ‘professionals and related occupations’ accounted the most number of employed persons reaching 2,659,000 persons for women and 2,793,000 persons for men. And ‘managers’ accounted the least number of employed persons reaching 38,000 persons for women and 271,000 persons for men.
For women, followed by ‘prefessionals and related occupations’ (2,659,000 persons), the most to least employed persons in each employment type is as follow: ‘clerks’(2,204,000 persons), ‘service workers’(1,895,000 persons), ‘elementary occupations’(1,784,000 persons). And also, ‘shop and market service workers’(1,563,000 persons) accounted more than 1,500,000 persons which means quite many women are engaged in this employment type. However in ‘skilled agricultural and fishery workers’(450,000 persons), ‘plant and machine operators and assemblers’(389,000 persons), and ‘craft and related trade workers’(328,000) accounted less than 500,000 persons. Moreover, for women manager, it only accounted 38,000 persons.
For men, ‘professionals and related occupations’(2,793,000 persons) accounted for most employed persons by employment type which is same as the women. The most to least employed persons in each employment type is as follow: 'plant and machine operators and assemblers' (2,747,000 persons), 'clerks' (2,415,000 persons) and 'craft and related trade workers' (2,026,000 persons). The results are different from those of women. In addition, the number of ‘service workers’ (983,000 persons) for men is relatively low compared to women.