Socio-economic condition

Socio-economic condition

This characteristic classifies the active population into different social groups obtained from the combination of the following economic variables:

  • Occupation
  • Professional situation
  • Relation to activity

The social groups it refers to are:

  • High-level professionals: direction, management, the liberal professions, etc.
  • Intermediate professionals and employees: intermediate professions, middle managers, employees, etc.
  • Self-employed workers and family helpers
  • Individuals who carry out skilled work
  • Individuals who carry out unskilled work
  • Rest

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