What Jobs Pay 2019-2020

Job Resources

www.whatjobspay.com.au uses the occupations in the ASCO and ANZSCO Dictionaries. The 1st and 2nd editions of the ASCO Dictionary were the standard references on occupations in Australia up to 2006. The 1st edition of the ANZSCO Dictionary (as revised) now has that function in Australia and New Zealand. ASCO stands for Australian Standard Classification of Occupations and ANZSCO for Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations.

A summary of duties for each occupation is shown in the Report Manager of the online database on www.whatjobspay.com.au. When an occupation is selected, it is included with the earnings figures in the Report. You can obtain a fuller description of job duties and other details from the relevant ASCO or ANZSCO resources outlined below. The relevant resource is determined by the year for which you want occupational earnings from the online database.

  

For earnings in 1988 to 1995, refer to:   complete ASCO Dictionary, 1st edition or job titles and summary duties only  

  

For earnings in 1996 to 2005, refer to:   complete ASCO Dictionary, 2nd edition or job titles and summary duties only  

  

For earnings in 2006 to 2010, refer to:   complete ANZSCO Dictionary, 1st edition or job titles and summary duties only  

  

For earnings from 2011 onwards, refer to:   complete ANZSCO Dictionary, 1st edition and   revision or Summary of Job Duties (ANZSCO revision 1.2)  

  

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