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close this bookLabour Market Signals and Indicators - Education Research Paper No. 15 (DFID, 1996, 107 p.)
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Appendix three: An example of a labour market information schedule

ESTABLISHMENT SURVEY 1994

TABULATION PLAN

TABLE 1: Showing change in employment level during 1981-93

Employment in

1981

1993

Non-agriculture Sector



Agriculture Sector



Total



TABLE 2: Showing number of establishments by district

Number of establishments in each district/employment nearest area

Name of district

Below-100


101-200


201-300


301-400


401-500


501-600


601-700


701-800


801-900


901-1000


1001-above


TABLE 3: Showing the distribution of establishments by sector

Sector

Establishment

Per Cent

Agriculture



Mining



Manufacturing



Electricity



Construction



Trade



Transport



Finance



Service



Total



In this table "Agriculture" means agriculture service only - not traditional agriculture production units of rural Bangladesh.

TABLE 4: Showing the number of establishments by their size

Establishment Size

No of Establishments

Per Cent

Small establishment (10-19 workers)



Medium establishments (20-99 workers)



Big establishments (100-above workers)



Total



TABLE 5: Showing the size of establishments by type of ownership

Establishment Size

Public Sector (Govt & Auto)

%

Private Sector

%

Small establishments (10-19 workers)





Medium establishments (20-99 workers)





Big establishments (100-above workers)





Total





TABLE 6: showing level of employment by district

Employment Level

Name of District

Below - 10 thousand


11-20 thousand


21-30 thousand


31-40 thousand


41-50 thousand


51-60 thousand


61-70 thousand


71-80 thousand


81-90 thousand


91-100 thousand


TABLE 7: Showing levels of employment by their sector

Sector

Total Employment

Per Cent

Public Sector (Govt and Auto)



Private Sector



Total



Note: Use data from sl. no 4 of questionnaire

TABLE 8: Showing employment level in co-op and non-co-op agriculture sector

Sector

Co-op

%

Non-Co-op

%

Total

%

Public Sector(Govt and Auto)







Private Sector







Total







TABLE 9: Showing nature of employment

Sector

Total

Permanent

%

Temporary

%

Public Sector (Govt and Auto)






Private Sector






Total






Note: Use data from sl. no 4 of questionnaire

TABLE 10: Showing nature of employment by industry

Sector

Permanent

%

Temporary

%

Total

%

Agriculture







Mining







Manufacturing







Electricity







Construction







Trade







Transport







Finance







Service







Total







In this table "Agriculture" means agriculture service only, not traditional agriculture production units of rural Bangladesh.

Note: Use data from sl. no 4 of questionnaire

TABLE 11: Showing Occupational level of employment

Occupation

Sub-Total

% of Total

Total employment

%

a. Administrative and Managerial





b. Professional


Doctors






Engineers






Agriculture






Teachers






Others





c. Technical (Diploma Level)


Medical






Engineering






Agriculture





d. Clerical/Secretarial





e. Skilled Craftsmen


Construction






Textile






Automotive






Mechanical






Electrical






Metal Works






Printing






Others





f. Unskilled





Total





In this table "Agriculture" means agriculture service only, not traditional agriculture production units of rural Bangladesh.

Note: Use data from sl. no 7 of questionnaire.

TABLE 12: Showing employment level by occupation and industry


Administrative

Professional

Technical

Secretarial

Skilled

Unskilled

Total

Agriculture








Mining








Manufacturing








Electricity








Construction








Trade








Transport








Finance








Service








Total








Note: Use data from sl. no 7 of questionnaire.

TABLE 13: Showing % of employment within occupation and industry


Administrative

Professional

Technical

Secretarial

Skilled

Unskilled

Total

Agriculture








Mining








Manufacturing








Electricity








Construction








Trade








Transport








Finance








Service








Total %








Note: Use data from sl. no 7 of questionnaire.

TABLE 14: Showing educational level of employed persons by industry

Level of Education

Agriculture

Mining

Manufacturing

Electrical

Construction

Trade

Transport

Finance

Service

Total

Below SSC %











SSC to Master Degree (General)











Degree and Dip in Eng %











Doctors and Pharmacists %











Agriculture %











Other %











Trained Teacher %











Institutionally Trained Craftsmen %











Others %











Total %











Note: Use data from sl. no 7 of questionnaire

TABLE 15: Showing number of vacant posts by sector

Sector

Sanctioned Post

Vacant Post

Per Cent

Public Sector (Govt and Auto)




Private Sector




Total




Note: Use data from sl. no 4 of questionnaire.

TABLE 16: Showing number of vacant post by industry division

Sector

Sanctioned Post

Vacant Post

Per Cent

Agriculture




Mining




Manufacturing




Electricity




Construction




Trade




Transport




Finance




Service




Total




In this table "Agriculture" means agriculture service only, not traditional agriculture production units of rural Bangladesh.

Note: Use data from sl. no 7 of questionnaire.

TABLE 17: Showing vacant posts by skill categories

Category

Sanctioned Post

Vacant Post

Per Cent

Admin and Managerial




Professional




Technical




Clerical/Secretarial




Skilled Craftsmen




Unskilled Labour and Others




Total




Note: Use data from sl. no 7 of questionnaire.

TABLE 18: Showing vacant posts requiring Medical, Engineering and Agriculture Professionals

Category

Sanctioned Post

Vacant Post

Per Cent

Engineers




Doctors




Agriculture Professionals




Total




Note: Use data from sl. no 7 of questionnaire.

TABLE 19: Showing required educational levels of vacant posts

Educational Levels

Sanctioned Post

Vacant Post

Per Cent

Below SSC




SSC to Master Degree (General)




Engineering Degree and Diploma




Medical Degree and Diploma




Agriculture Professionals and Technicians




Misc Other Professionals and Technicians




Teacher in College and University Level




Institutionally Trained Craftsmen




On the Job Trained Craftsmen




Others




Total




Note: Use data from sl. 7 of questionnaire.

TABLE 20: Showing average employment level per establishment in Manufacturing Industry

Sector

No of Establishments

Employment Level

Average Employment Level

Public Sector(Govt and Auto)




Private Sector




Total




TABLE 21: Showing employment Level in Manufacturing by Categories of Skill

Skilled Occupation

Employment

Per Cent

Admin and Managerial



Professional



Technician/Production Supervisors



Clerical/Secretarial



Skilled Craftsmen



Unskilled Labour and Others



Total



Note: Use data from sl. no 7 of questionnaire.

TABLE 22: Showing the number in employment by level of education in manufacturing

Skilled Occupation

Employment

Per Cent

Below SSC level



SSC to Master degree



Technician (diploma level)



Institutionally trained craftsmen



On the job trained craftsmen



Others



Total



Note: Use data from sl. no 7 of questionnaire.

TABLE 23: Showing Labour turnover in manufacturing sector

Skilled Occupation

February '93 to January '94

Per Cent

Number of workers recruited



Number of workers terminated



Total



Note: Use data from sl. nos 5 and 6 of questionnaire.

TABLE 24: Showing the extent of employment capacity utilisation in manufacturing establishments

Capabilities

No of establishment

Per Cent

Less than 50%



50-74%



75-99%



100-above %



Total



Note: Use data from sl. no 4 of questionnaire.