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    C5 - PPP




                The European Comparison Programme
                       Aggregate-level results
                           - SALARY SURVEY QUESTIONNAIRE -

                                            Reference year:
                                                       2003

                     CONTENTS

                     1 -    Instructions to use this software

                     2   - Guidelines

                     3   - Salary costs and effective hours (Q_1)

                     4   - % weights (ESA'95 headings) (Q_2)

                     5   - Glossary
                           (Original EN. Translations into DE / ES / FR / IT / NL / PO / SW)

                     6   - Country comments



                           Countries are asked to return this
                           questionnaire to Eurostat by the
                                      30.09.2004

                     This document can be found on the CIRCA website:

                     http://forum.europa.eu.int/Members/irc/dsis/ppp/library /


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                              INSTRUCTIONS TO USE THIS SOFTWARE


Values should be entered in rows related to the 46 proposed jobs.

Countries should record data for as many of these occupations as can be identified within their
administrations

Please, see the Guidelines document for methodological information

If there is no data available for a given occupation, the cells should be left blank.

1 to 4 columns (i,ii,iii,iv) are available to detail allowances and deductions. Please use only
necessary columns for your needs and left the rest blank



NOTES

The worksheets are protected - only the boxes to be filled in can be changed.
If for whatever reason it is necessary to unprotect the cells, the password is "sal"



The language used is English (but translations are available to DE, ES, FR, IT, NL, PO, SW




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                                              GUIDELINES



 1.      Preface
1.1      This survey is undertaken in the context of the European Comparison Programme, and is intended to
         help establish purchasing power parities for salary costs. These will be used for the deflation of GDP
         expenditure values by non profit institutions serving households and by government.


1.2      Government final consumption expenditure is one of the six main aggregates of GDP, and typically
         accounts for c.15-20% of total GDP. A standard classification of the functions of government
         (COFOG) is included in ESA‟95. The latest version is included with this questionnaire.


1.3      A distinction can be made between expenditure on services that households consume directly
         (“individual collective consumption”) and services which are consumed collectively. Public services
         such as defence, public order and safety, community services and other economic services are
         collectively consumed. They are combined and treated as one expenditure group (set of basic
         headings). On the other hand, services such as education, healthcare, social security and welfare,
         recreational and cultural affairs are individually consumed. They are treated as separate expenditure
         groups (basic headings).

1.4      Unfortunately, there are special difficulties encountered in making inter-country comparisons of PPPs
         and real expenditures on collective government services because not all such services are marketed.
         There is therefore no information on relative prices for expenditures on those services, and in many
         cases, no commodity which is capable of being specified as the object of the expenditure.


1.5      Under national accounting conventions, such expenditure is measured by the cost of the relevant
         inputs rather than on the value of the resulting outputs. Consistently therefore, inter-temporal
         comparisons of real expenditures on general government services rely upon the deflation of nominal
         expenditures by the prices of inputs. This approach is also employed for inter-spatial comparisons.


1.6      Price data collection is restricted to information about the compensation of employees only. This is
         because parities applicable to intermediate consumption can be derived from the information
         gathered for equivalent private household consumption, and parities applicable to capital expenditure
         can be derived from the information gathered for the equivalent gross fixed capital formation (note
         however that this approach implicitly assumes that the pattern of expenditure by NPISH and by
         Government is the same as that by private individuals – a particular limitation in connection with
         government expenditure on defence).




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1.7      The principal objection to using the input costs approach is that it fails to take into account
         differences in labour productivity between countries. This problem is more important for inter-spatial
         comparisons than for inter-temporal ones because the adjacent situations are less similar than they
         are for inter-temporal comparisons. Traditionally, no adjustment has been made in calculating the
         salary cost parities, which means that productivity differences between countries are reflected in the
         volume of expenditure.

1.8      A related issue is the treatment of differences in standard working hours between countries. For
         example, although the French government is committed to the introduction of a 35-hour week, public
         sector employees in the UK typically work longer hours. Similarly, paid holiday entitlements vary. For
         this survey, a standard amount of working time is to be costed in all countries. This recorded salary
         will be adjusted upwards or downwards as appropriate to reflect known differences in hours worked.
         The parity will be based upon this standardised salary cost. Consequently, differences in expenditure
         volumes will reflect the different national choices in this area, which is akin to the situation for
         productivity differences.

1.9      It is recognised that this is an area of statistical comparisons which is fraught with practical
         difficulties. For example, there are differences in :
           1) The role and size of the public sector from country to country (activities undertaken)
           2) Patterns of employment (full-time/part-time)
           3) Remuneration policies (collective bargaining/market determination; centralised/localised)
           4) The structure of the employee population (sex; age; experience)
           5) Systems of taxation and other charges
           6) Hours worked and holiday entitlements
           7) Labour productivity
         The current questionnaire has been designed with the twin aims of comparability and representativity
         in mind.

1.10     There are several occupations in the proposed list. Countries should record data for as many of
         these occupations as can be identified within their administrations. Precise ISCO‟88 definitions are
         available to help in this identification.

1.11     In public administrations, employees are typically paid on the basis of a salary scale. Each scale is
         usually divided into categories which generally correspond to levels of education. Within these
         categories there are normally various career brackets which are often divided into several grades.
         Each grade is typically divided into steps.

1.12     For each occupation, the grade that is the most representative in each country should be selected.
         To identify this modal grade, the number of employees should be ascertained in each grade of the
         career bracket of the category of the salary scale for the occupation.

1.13     For all the occupations in this list, the appropriate step within each grade for which salary costs
         should be recorded is the one which assumes 5 years seniority in the position.
         For the following occupations exceptions are requested:
         102 Doctor (seniority of 20 years)           20 years of total working stage as doctor
         103 Doctor (seniority of 10 years)           10 years of total working stage as doctor


1.14     Expenditure values in the National Accounts refer to the whole year. Consequently, the salary costs
         which are recorded should represent the annual average compensation for the calendar year.




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1.15     Similarly, expenditure values in the National Accounts refer to the whole of the economic territory.
         Consequently, the salary costs which are recorded should be national averages. In other words,
         they should be representative of the differences in compensation which may exist between
         geographical regions (for example between officials working for national and local government
         adminstrations). Likewise, they should also take into account any differences in compensation which
         exist between different departments of government administrations.

1.16     For clarification, in the National Accounts of many countries, expenditure by nationalised industries is
         not included in government expenditure (ie. public administration). Each country should ensure that
         the data they supply is consistent with the treatment in their National Accounts.




 2.1 Definition of compensation
2.1.1    Compensation of employees includes all payments in cash and in kind made by the employer during
         the year. These include :

         a) Gross salaries and wages.
         b) Actual social contributions.
         c) Imputed social contributions.


2.1.2    The term “gross salaries and wages” is defined as follows :

         a) Basic salary and wages as laid down in the official salary scales, before deduction of any taxes
         and charges payable by employees.

         b) INCLUDE Other payments, over and above the basic salary, such as :
         - Housing / residence allowance
         - Family allowance (assuming a married employee with two dependent children)
         - Special duty allowance
         - 13th month (“Christmas bonus”)
         - Other cash payments

         c) EXCLUDE Benefits in cash or in kind which are not related to the salary scale, such as subsidised
         housing, subsidised transport, or reimbursement of medical expenses – because such benefits are
         difficult to evaluate, usually vary from one employer to another, and are typically a negligible element
         of total annual remuneration.


2.1.3    Employer‟s actual social contributions consists of the payments made by the employer to insurers on
         behalf of their employees. These payments typically cover contributions towards retirement pensions
         and sickness, accident and disability insurance.




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2.1.4    Imputed social contributions represent the counterpart to actual social contributions paid directly by
         the employer, where the employer guarantees to provide such social benefits but does not participate
         in or establish a fund, reserve or special scheme for this purpose. Since no actual cash flows are
         involved, they have to be imputed. For example, the employer may pay pensions to retired
         employees out of general revenue. In such a case, the pension element in the employee‟s
         compensation during his term of employment is usually assessed by reference to the average
         pensions paid over previous years. The ratio of „pensions paid‟ : „total compensation of employees‟
         indicates the rate of imputed social contributions to be applied to the basic salary for the occupation.


2.1.5    The eventual calculation will be based upon a standard annual total of 1,710 hours (52 working
         weeks of 5 days each, totalling 38.0 hours duration, assuming a total of 35 days paid leave per year
         including bank holidays). The recorded salary will therefore be increased proportionately where the
         working week is shorter or the holiday entitlement is longer - and will be decreased if the working
         week is longer or the holidays are shorter.

2.1.6    The questionnaire therefore requests details of the actual working week (number of days and total
         hours) and holiday entitlement (days) by occupation type. The information should be supplied
         corresponding to the basic salary in the official scales. The information supplied should not include
         typical overtime hours.




 2.2 Attribution of percentage weightings
2.2.1    The calculation of purchasing power parities also requires an appropriate weighting scheme between
         the various occupations underlying each basic heading. Countries are therefore asked to supply
         approximate percentage weightings to reflect the relative importance of each occupation type in the
         national circumstances in their country.

2.2.2    It should be noted that the occupations selected in the questionnaire are only a sample, each one of
         which is meant to be representative of a wider group in the total population of employees. The
         percentage weightings are intended to relate to those wider groupings in the total population and not
         just to the sample used to complete the questionnaire.




 4.      Detailed definitions
4.1      ISCO‟88 design and structure

         The conceptual approach adopted for ISCO‟88 resulted in a pyramid whose hierarchical structure
         consists of 10 major groups, subdivided into 28 sub-major groups, 116 minor groups and 390 unit
         groups. Below these, detailed occupational descriptions can be established (eg. in ISCO‟68 there
         were 1,506 – not all of which are still relevant).


                                                         Major    Sub-Major     Minor        Unit
         Category                                                                                     Skill Level
                                                         Group     Group        Group       Group
         Legislators, senior officials and managers         1          3           8          33           -



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         Professionals                                      2           4          18          55          IV
         Technicians and associate professionals            3           4          21          73          III
         Clerks                                             4           2           7          23           II
         Service workers, shop and market sales             5           2           9          23           II
         workers
         Skilled agricultural and fishery workers           6           2           6          17          II
         Craft and related trade workers                    7           4          16          70          II
         Plant and machine operators and                    8           3          20          70          II
         assemblers
         Elementary occupations                             9           3          10          25           I
         Armed forces                                       0           1           1           1           -
         TOTAL                                             10          28         116         390           -


4.2      Skill levels

         Four broad skill levels are defined for the purposes of ISCO‟88, based on the 1976 UNESCO
         International Standard Classification of Education (ISCED). They are used to categorise ability to
         carry out the tasks and duties of a given occupation, by reference to the complexity and range of
         those tasks and duties. The skill levels may be, and often are, acquired through informal training and
         experience, rather than through formal education. The ISCO‟88 classification identifies minimum
         requirements – and is not intended to distinguish between workers in the same occupation.


         Level
         I - Primary level education which generally begins at the age of 5, 6 or 7 and lasts about 5 years.

         II - First stage of secondary education which begins at the age of 11 or 12 and lasts about 3 years,
         followed by the second stage of secondary education which begins at the age of 14 or 15 and also
         lasts about 3 years. A period of on-the-job training and experience may be necessary, sometimes
         formalised in an apprenticeship.
         III - Education which begins at the age of 17 or 18, lasts about 4 years and leads to an award which
         is not equivalent to a first university degree.
         IV - Education which begins at the age of 17 or 18, lasts for 3 or more years and leads to a
         university degree or postgraduate degree.


 4.3     Summary of the major groups

         The information given here is meant to facilitate interpretation of the ISCO‟88 classification, but
         should not be regarded as a substitute for the more detailed descriptions of occupational groups
         contained in the ISCO‟88 classification itself.


         1. Legislators, senior officials and managers
         This major group includes occupations whose main tasks consist of determining and formulating
         government policies, as well as laws and public regulations, overseeing their implementation,
         representing governments and acting on their behalf, or planning, directing and co-ordintating the
         policies and activities of enterprises and organisations, or departments. Reference to skill level has
         not been made in defining the scope of this major group. The subdivision of this major group reflects
         differences in tasks associated with different areas of aurthority and different types of enterprises and
         organisations.



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         2. Professionals
         This major group includes occupations whose main tasks require a high level of professional
         knowledge and experience in the fields of physical and life sciences, or social sciences and
         humanities. The main tasks consist of increasing the existing stock of knowledge, applying scientific
         and artistic concepts and theories to the solution of problems, and teahcing about the foregoing in a
         systematic manner. Most occupations in this major group require skills at the IVth ISCO skill level.
         The subdivision of this major group reflects differences in tasks associated with different fields of
         knowledge and specialisation.

         3. Technicians and associate professionals
         This major group includes occupations whose main tasks require technical knoweldge and
         experience in one or more fields of physical and life sciences, or social sciences and humanities. The
         main tasks consist of carrying out technical work connected with the application of concepts and
         operational methods in the above mentioned fields, and in teaching at certain educational levels.
         Most occupations in this major group require skills at the IIIrd ISCO skill level. The subdivision of this
         major group reflects differences in tasks associated with different fields of knowledge and
         specialisation.

         4. Clerks
         This major group includes occupations whose main tasks require the knowledge and experience
         necessary to organise, store, compute and retrieve information. The main tasks consist of
         performing secretarial duties, operating word processors and other office machines, recording and
         computing numerical data, and performing a number of customer-oriented clerical duties, mostly in
         connection with mail services, money-handling operations and appointments. Most occupations in
         this major group require skills at the IInd ISCO skill level. The subdivision of this major group reflects
         differences in tasks associated with different areas of specialisation.

         5. Service workers, shop and market sales workers
         This major group includes occupations whose main tasks require the knowledge and experience
         necessary to provide personal and protective services, and to sell goods in shops or at markets. The
         main tasks consist of providing services related to travel, housekeeping, catering, personal care,
         protection of individuals and property, and to maintaining law and order, or selling goods in shops or
         at markets. Most occupations in this major group require skills at the IInd ISCO skill level. The
         subdivision of this major group reflects differences in tasks associated with different areas of
         specialisation.

         6. Skilled agricultural and fishery workers
         This major group includes occupations whose main tasks require the knowledge and experience
         necessary to produce farm, forestry and fishery products. The main tasks consist of growing crops,
         breeding or hunting animals, catching or cultivating fish, conserving and exploiting forests and,
         especially in the case of market-oriented agricultural and fishery workers, selling products to
         purchasers, marketing organisations or at markets. Most occupations in this major group require
         skills at the IInd ISCO skill level. The subdivision of this major group reflects differences in tasks
         associated with different areas of specialisation, and differences between market-oriented and
         subsistence agricultural and fishery workers.

         7. Craft and related trades workers




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         This major group includes occupations whose main tasks require the knowledge and experience of
         skilled trades or handicrafts which, among other things, involves an understanding of materials and
         tools to be used, as well as of all stages of the production process, including the characteristics and
         intended use of the final product. The main tasks consist of extracting raw materials, constructing
         buildings and other structures and making various products as well as handicraft goods. Most
         occupations in this major group require skills at the IInd ISCO skill level. The subdivision of this major
         group reflects differences in tasks associated with different areas of specialisation.


         8. Plant and machine operators and assemblers
         This major group includes occupations whose main tasks require the knowledge and experience
         necessary to operate and monitor large scale, and often highly automated, industrial machinery and
         equipment. The main tasks consist of operating and monitoring mining, processing and production
         machinery and equipment, as well as driving vehicles and driving and operating mobile plant, or
         assembling products from component parts. Most occupations in this major group require skills at
         the IInd ISCO skill level. The subdivision of this major group reflects differences in tasks associated
         with different areas of specialisation.

         9. Elementary occupations
         This major group includes occupations whose main tasks require the knowledge and experience
         necessary to perform mostly simple and routine tasks, involving the use of hand-held tools and in
         some cases considerable physical effort, and, with few exceptions, only limited personal initiative or
         judgement. The main tasks consist of selling goods in streets, doorkeeping and property watching,
         as well as cleaning, washing, pressing and working as labourers in the fields of mining, agriculture
         and fishing, construction and manufacturing. Most occupations in this major group require skills at
         the Ist ISCO skill level. The subdivision of this major group reflects differences in tasks associated
         with different areas of work.

         10. Armed forces
         Members of the armed forces are those personnel who are currently serving in the armed forces,
         including auxiliary services, whether on a voluntary or compulsory basis, and who are not free to
         accept civilian employment. Included are regular members of the army, navy, air force and other
         military services, as well as conscripts enrolled for a specified period, depending on national
         requirements. Excluded are persons in civilian employment of government establishments concerned
         with defence issues: police (other than military police), customs inspectors and members of border or
         other armed civilian services; persons who have been temporarily withdrawn from civilian life for a
         short period of military training or retraining, according to national requirements, and members of
         military reserves not currently on active service. Reference to a skill level has not been used in
         defining the scope of this major group.




 5.      Background information
5.10     The Article 65 section within Eurostat unit C5 also collects certain salary details, in order to monitor
         changes in the purchasing power of public sector employees in the E.U. member states (for use as a
         specific indicator for the calculation of salaries of the E.U. institutions). However, the methodology
         and data sources are different from those required for PPP purposes.

5.11     The approach to the eventual calculation of parities for this survey is generally similar to that for other
         surveys:




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         (i) "Average Prices" (ie. salary costs) are established for each of the definitions in each of the
         countries.
         (ii) "Representativity indicators" (percentage weightings based upon approximate employee
         numbers) are established between each of the definitions relating to each basic heading.
         (iii) This data is combined to establish bilateral Laspeyres, Paasche and Fisher indices for each
         basic heading. The EKS formulae is then applied to make these bilateral Fisher indices transitive (ie.
         to calculate multilateral parities).

 5.12    Note: Where a country is unable to supply an average cost for a salary definition relating to a
         particular basic heading, this is not necessarily a problem providing that average costs can be
         supplied for other definitions relating to the same basic heading. However, if no costs are provided
         for any of the definitions within a particular heading it is impossible to calculate a parity for that
         heading because no price ratios can be established with other countries.

5.13     The questionnaire has been carefully designed to minimise the likelihood of any basic headings for
         which parities cannot be calculated. However, where parities cannot be calculated, one solution is to
         estimate the source data. For example, the salaries of primary school teachers might be asssumed
         to be similar to the salaries of secondary school teachers, if this would permit a parity to be
         calculated for the overall basic heading. An alternative approach is to estimate the parity for the basic
         heading. For example the parity for education may be similar to the parity for general government.


6        Please return the duly completed questionnaire to Eurostat by 30th September 2004.




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Survey:      Salary costs and effective hours questionnaire                                                                                                                                          Language:      EN

Year:        2003                                                                                                                                                                                        Date:          ?

Country:     ?
  Code                           Job                       Basic annual salary Allowances and deductions                Employer contributions   Total cost   Hours per     Holiday      Bank      Effective       Adjusted
   (46)                                                                            (I)      (ii)      (iii)   (iv)        Actual       Imputed                  week      entitlement   holidays    hours         total cost
   101       Doctor, head of department                                                                                                                  0                                             0                   0
   102       Doctor (20 years of seniority)                                                                                                              0                                             0                   0
   103       Doctor (10 years of seniority)                                                                                                              0                                             0                   0
   104       Nurse, head of department                                                                                                                   0                                             0                   0
   105       Nurse, operating theatre                                                                                                                    0                                             0                   0
   106       Nurse                                                                                                                                       0                                             0                   0
   107       Nursing auxiliary                                                                                                                           0                                             0                   0
   108       Physiotherapist                                                                                                                             0                                             0                   0
   109       Laboratory assistant                                                                                                                        0                                             0                   0
   110       Hospital chief executive                                                                                                                    0                                             0                   0
   111       Secretary – I                                                                                                                               0                                             0                   0
   112       Cook                                                                                                                                        0                                             0                   0
   201       Finance department manager                                                                                                                  0                                             0                   0
   202       Executive official (skill level IV)                                                                                                         0                                             0                   0
   203       Executive official (skill level III)                                                                                                        0                                             0                   0
   204       Computer operator                                                                                                                           0                                             0                   0
   205       Bookkeeping clerk                                                                                                                           0                                             0                   0
   206       Data entry clerk                                                                                                                            0                                             0                   0
   207       Secretary – II                                                                                                                              0                                             0                   0
   208       Telephone switchboard operator                                                                                                              0                                             0                   0
   209       Messenger                                                                                                                                   0                                             0                   0
   210       Maintenance electrician                                                                                                                     0                                             0                   0
   211       Building caretaker                                                                                                                          0                                             0                   0
   212       Cleaner                                                                                                                                     0                                             0                   0
   213       Policeman /woman                                                                                                                            0                                             0                   0
   214       Prison guard                                                                                                                                0                                             0                   0
   215       Firefighter                                                                                                                                 0                                             0                   0
   216       Social worker                                                                                                                               0                                             0                   0
   217       Town planner                                                                                                                                0                                             0                   0
   218       Civil engineer                                                                                                                              0                                             0                   0
   219       Draughtsperson                                                                                                                              0                                             0                   0
   220       Construction labourer                                                                                                                       0                                             0                   0
   221       Chauffeur                                                                                                                                   0                                             0                   0
   222       Agricultural scientist                                                                                                                      0                                             0                   0
   223       Librarian                                                                                                                                   0                                             0                   0
   301       Kindergarten teacher                                                                                                                        0                                             0                   0
   302       Primary teacher                                                                                                                             0                                             0                   0
   303       Secondary teacher                                                                                                                           0                                             0                   0
   304       University lecturer                                                                                                                         0                                             0                   0
   305       Head teacher                                                                                                                                0                                             0                   0




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Survey:      Salary costs and effective hours questionnaire                                                                                                                                          Language:       EN

Year:        2003                                                                                                                                                                                         Date:          ?

Country:     ?
  Code                           Job                       Basic annual salary Allowances and deductions                Employer contributions   Total cost   Hours per     Holiday      Bank      Effective        Adjusted
   (46)                                                                            (I)      (ii)      (iii)   (iv)        Actual       Imputed                  week      entitlement   holidays    hours          total cost
   401
             Army: Private of infantry regiment,
             1st-3rd class (NATO OR-2)                                                                                                                   0                                            0                      0
   402       Army: Commander of infantry
             regiment, Lieutenant-Colonel (NATO
             OF-4)                                                                                                                                       0                                            0                      0
   403       Navy: Able seaman (NATO OR-2)                                                                                                               0                                            0                      0
   404       Navy: Commander of frigate (NATO
             OF-4)                                                                                                                                       0                                            0                      0
   405       Air Force: Aircraftsman, ground crew
             (NATO OR-2)                                                                                                                                 0                                            0                      0
   406       Air Force: Pilot of fighter aircraft,
             Wing Commander (NATO OF-4)                                                                                                                  0                                            0                      0




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    Survey:  % weights (ESA'95 headings) questionnaire                                                                                                                 Language:     EN

    Year:    2003                                                                                                                                                          Date:     ?
    Country: ?

                                                           Production of health services                  Production of education services                      Collective services
    Code Job                                         Physicians    Nurses, etc Non-medical     Primary, etc Secondary Post-second.         Tertiary   Gen. Govt.     Defence       combined
                                                      130221.1      130221.2        130221.3    130421.1      130421.2      130421.3       130421.4    140111.1      140111.2       140111
    101       Doctor, head of department                               *****          *****        *****        *****          *****         *****       *****          *****        *****
    102       Doctor (20 years of seniority)                           *****          *****        *****        *****          *****         *****       *****          *****        *****
    103       Doctor (10 years of seniority)                           *****          *****        *****        *****          *****         *****       *****          *****        *****
    104       Nurse, head of department                 *****                         *****        *****        *****          *****         *****       *****          *****        *****
    105       Nurse, operating theatre                  *****                         *****        *****        *****          *****         *****       *****          *****        *****
    106       Nurse                                     *****                         *****                                    *****         *****       *****          *****        *****
    107       Nursing auxiliary                         *****                         *****        *****        *****          *****         *****       *****          *****        *****
    108       Physiotherapist                           *****                         *****        *****        *****          *****         *****       *****          *****        *****
    109       Laboratory assistant                      *****                         *****        *****        *****          *****         *****       *****          *****        *****
    110       Hospital chief executive                  *****          *****                       *****        *****          *****         *****       *****          *****        *****
    111       Secretary – I                             *****          *****                       *****        *****          *****         *****       *****          *****        *****
    112       Cook                                      *****          *****                       *****        *****          *****         *****       *****          *****        *****
    201       Finance department manager                *****          *****          *****                                                                             *****
    202       Executive official (skill level IV)       *****          *****          *****                                                                             *****
    203       Executive official (skill level III)      *****          *****          *****                                                                             *****
    204       Computer operator                         *****          *****          *****                                                                             *****
    205       Bookkeeping clerk                         *****          *****          *****                                                                             *****
    206       Data entry clerk                          *****          *****          *****                                                                             *****
    207       Secretary – II                            *****          *****          *****                                                                             *****
    208       Telephone switchboard operator            *****          *****          *****                                                                             *****
    209       Messenger                                 *****          *****          *****                                                                             *****
    210       Maintenance electrician                   *****          *****          *****                                                                             *****
    211       Building caretaker                        *****          *****          *****                                                                             *****
    212       Cleaner                                   *****          *****          *****                                                                             *****
    213       Policeman /woman                          *****          *****          *****        *****        *****         *****         *****                       *****
    214       Prison guard                              *****          *****          *****        *****        *****         *****         *****                       *****
    215       Firefighter                               *****          *****          *****        *****        *****         *****         *****                       *****
    216       Social worker                             *****          *****          *****                                                                             *****
    217       Town planner                              *****          *****          *****        *****        *****         *****         *****                       *****
    218       Civil engineer                            *****          *****          *****        *****        *****         *****         *****                       *****
    219       Draughtsperson                            *****          *****          *****        *****        *****         *****         *****                       *****
    220       Construction labourer                     *****          *****          *****        *****        *****         *****         *****                       *****
    221       Chauffeur                                 *****          *****          *****        *****        *****         *****         *****                       *****
    222       Agricultural scientist                    *****          *****          *****        *****        *****         *****         *****                       *****
    223       Librarian                                 *****          *****          *****        *****        *****         *****         *****                       *****
    301       Kindergarten teacher                      *****          *****          *****                     *****         *****         *****        *****          *****        *****
    302       Primary teacher                           *****          *****          *****                     *****         *****         *****        *****          *****        *****
    303       Secondary teacher                         *****          *****          *****        *****                                    *****        *****          *****        *****
    304       University lecturer                       *****          *****          *****        *****        *****                                    *****          *****        *****
    305       Head teacher                              *****          *****          *****                                                              *****          *****        *****




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    Survey:  % weights (ESA'95 headings) questionnaire                                                                                                                               Language:     EN

    Year:    2003                                                                                                                                                                         Date:    ?
    Country: ?

                                                                       Production of health services                    Production of education services                      Collective services
    Code Job                                                      Physicians   Nurses, etc Non-medical       Primary, etc Secondary Post-second.         Tertiary   Gen. Govt.     Defence       combined
                                                                   130221.1     130221.2        130221.3      130421.1      130421.2      130421.3       130421.4    140111.1      140111.2       140111
    401       Army: Private of infantry regiment, 1st-3rd class
              (NATO OR-2)                                            *****        *****         *****             *****       *****         *****         *****        *****
    402       Army: Commander of infantry regiment,
              Lieutenant-Colonel (NATO OF-4)                         *****        *****         *****             *****       *****         *****         *****        *****
    403       Navy: Able seaman (NATO OR-2)                          *****        *****         *****             *****       *****         *****         *****        *****
    404       Navy: Commander of frigate (NATO OF-4)                 *****        *****         *****             *****       *****         *****         *****        *****
    405       Air Force: Aircraftsman, ground crew (NATO OR-
              2)                                                     *****        *****         *****             *****       *****         *****         *****        *****
    406       Air Force: Pilot of fighter aircraft, Wing
              Commander (NATO OF-4)                                  *****        *****         *****             *****       *****         *****         *****        *****
    46                                                                 0            0             0                 0           0             0             0            0            0            0




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        Date:        ?

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                                                      ENGLISH                                            DEUTSCH                                                ESPANOL                                                               FRANCAIS
                Part 1 - Salary costs and effective hours                  1 - Grundgehalt und stunden                             Parte 1 - Sueldo y horas efectivas                                  Partie 1 - Coût salarial et heures effectives
                Part 2 - Representativity weights                          2-                                                      Parte 2 -                                                           Partie 2 - Représentativité
                Salary scale                                               Grunddehaltstabelle                                     Escala salarial                                                     Echelle des salaires
                Modal grade                                                Grad, modus                                             Grado, modo                                                         Grade, mode
                Seniority 5 years                                          Dienstalter 5 jahre                                     Antigüedad 5 años                                                   Ancienneté 5 ans
                Hospitals                                                  Krankenhäuser                                           Hospitales                                                          Hôpitaux
                Education                                                  Unterrichtswesen                                        Enseñenza (educacion)                                               Enseignement
                General government                                         Verwaltung                                              Administraciones públicas                                           Administration publique
                Defence                                                    Verteidigung                                            Defenza                                                             Défense
                Basic annual salary                                        Jahrliches Grund-gehalt                                 Sueldo basico annual                                                Traitement de base annuel
                Allowances and deductions                                  Zulagen und Abzüge                                      Alocaciones y deducciones                                           Autres éléments (allocations et déductions)
                    (I)                                                        (I)                                                    (I)                                                                  (I)
                    (ii)                                                       (ii)                                                   (ii)                                                                 (ii)
                    (iii)                                                      (iii)                                                  (iii)                                                                (iii)
                    (iv)                                                       (iv)                                                   (iv)                                                                 (iv)
                Employer contributions                                     Arbeitgeberbeiträge                                     Cotizacion empresarial (cuota patronal)                             Cotisations à la charge de l’employeur
                    Actual                                                     effektif                                              Efectivo                                                              effectives
                    Imputed                                                    geschätzt                                             Fictivo                                                               fictives/imputées
                Total cost                                                 Total                                                   Total                                                               Coût total
                Hours per week                                             Stunden pro woche                                       Jornada laboral normal (horas de trabajo semanales)                 Heures par semaine
                Holiday entitlement and Bank holidays (days)               Urlaubsahspruch                                         Vacaciones y festivos (dias al año)                                 Droits à congés et jours fériés (jours)
                Effective hours                                            ? Gueltig                                               Horas efectivas                                                     Heures effectives
                Adjusted total cost                                        Total                                                   Total                                                               Coût Total ajusté
                Code                                                       Code                                                    Codigo                                                              Code
  N°    Code    Job                                                        Berufsbezeichnung                                       Empleo-tipo                                                         Emploi
   1     101    Doctor, head of department                                 Arzt, Abteilungsleiter                                  Medico, Jefe de Servicio                                            Médicin, chef d'unité
   2     102    Doctor (20 years of seniority)                             Arzt (Dienstalter: 20 Jahre)                            Medico (tiempo del servicio: 20 años)                               Médecin (ancienneté: 20 ans)
   3     103    Doctor (10 years of seniority)                             Arzt (Dienstalter: 10 Jahre)                            Medico (tiempo del servicio: 10 años)                               Médecin (ancienneté: 10 ans)
   4     104    Nurse, head of department                                  Krankenschwester, Oberschwester                         Enfermera Superv. Unidad                                            Infirmier, chef d‟unité
   5     105    Nurse, operating theatre                                   Operationsschwester                                     Enfermera en Unid. Hospi.                                           Infirmier, salle d‟opération
   6     106    Nurse                                                      Krankenschwester                                        Enfermera en consultas extern.                                      Infirmier
   7     107    Nursing auxiliary                                          Hilfspersonal                                           Auxiliar Enfermera Unid. Hosp.                                      Infirmier auxiliaire ( Aide-soignante )
   8     108    Physiotherapist                                            Physiotherapeut (Kinesiotherapeut)                      Fisioterapeuta                                                      Physiothérapeute ( Kinésithérapeute )
   9     109    Laboratory assistant                                       Laborantin                                              Tecnico Especialista                                                Aide de laboratoire
  10     110    Hospital chief executive                                   Verwaltungsdirektor eines Krankenhauses                 Director de Gestion                                                 Administrateur principal ( Directeur administratif )
  11     111    Secretary – I                                              Sekretärin - I                                          Auxiliar Administrativo - I                                         Secrétaire – I
  12     112    Cook                                                       Koch                                                    Cocinero                                                            Cuisinier
  13     201    Finance department manager                                 Leiter der Haushaltsabteilung                           Jefe de Servicio Comptabilidad                                      Chef de service comptable
  14     202    Executive official (skill level IV)                        Sachbearbeiter (IV)                                     Funcionario/Administrativo (nivel IV)                               Agent administratif (niveau IV)
  15     203    Executive official (skill level III)                       Sachbearbeiter (III)                                    Funcionario/Administrativo (nivel III)                              Agent administratif (niveau III)
  16     204    Computer operator                                          IT-fachmann(-frau)                                      Operador ordinador/Asistente ordinador (tecnico)                    Informaticien
  17     205    Bookkeeping clerk                                          Buchhalter                                              Asistente contador                                                  Assistant comptable (teneur de livres)
  18     206    Data entry clerk                                           Datenerfasser                                           Administrativo/Funcionario, grabador/entrada de datos               Assistant de saisie
  19     207    Secretary – II                                             Sekretärin - II                                         Auxiliar Administrativo - II                                        Secrétaire – II
  20     208    Telephone switchboard operator                             Vermittlerin (Telefonzentrale)                          Recepcioniste/Telefonista                                           Standardiste
  21     209    Messenger                                                  Bote / Botin                                            Mensajero/Ordenanza                                                 Messager
  22     210    Maintenance electrician                                    Elektriker (angestellt)                                 Mantenimiento                                                       Electricien d‟entretien
  23     211    Building caretaker                                         Hausmeister                                             Portero                                                             Concierge
  24     212    Cleaner                                                    Reinigungskraft                                         Limpieza                                                            Nettoyeur
  25     213    Policeman /woman                                           Polizist(in)                                            Policia                                                             Agent de police
  26     214    Prison guard                                               Gefangniswärter                                         Guardia de Prision (Carcelero)                                      Agent pénitenciaire
  27     215    Firefighter                                                Feuerwehrmann                                           Bombero                                                             Sapeur-pompier
  28     216    Social worker                                              Sozialarbeiter(in)                                      Trabajadora Social                                                  Assistant social
  29     217    Town planner                                               Stadtplaner(in)                                         Planificador Urbano                                                 Arpenteur de ville
  30     218    Civil engineer                                             Bauingenieur(in)                                        Ingeniero Civil                                                     Ingénieur civil
  31     219    Draughtsperson                                             Zeichner                                                Desenador                                                           Dessinateur
  32     220    Construction labourer                                      Bauarbeiter(in)                                         Albanil (Peon) (Trabajador manual)                                  Manoeuvre
  33     221    Chauffeur                                                  Chauffeur / Fahrer                                      Conductor                                                           Chauffeur
  34     222    Agricultural scientist                                     Agrar-Wissenschalter(in)                                Ingeniero Agricola                                                  Ingénieur agricole
  35     223    Librarian                                                  Bibliothekar(in)                                        Bibliotecario                                                       Bibliothécaire
  36     301    Kindergarten teacher                                       Kindergärtner(in)                                       Profesor(a) de infancia                                             Assistant d‟école maternelle
  37     302    Primary teacher                                            Grundschullehrer(in)                                    Profesor(a) de primario                                             Professeur des écoles
  38     303    Secondary teacher                                          Realchullehrer(in)                                      Profesor(a) de secundario                                           Professeur d‟enseignement secondaire
  39     304    University lecturer                                        Universitärs-Dozent                                     Profesor(a) universitario                                           Conférencier d‟université
  40     305    Head teacher                                               Schuldirektor                                           Director                                                            Proviseur
                Army: Private of infantry regiment, 1st-3rd class
  41     401    (NATO OR-2)                                                Heer: Infantrist, Gefreiter                             Armada: Soldado de regimiento de infanteria                         Armée: Soldat de 1re classe, de régiment d‟infanterie
                Army: Commander of infantry regiment, Lieutenant-Colonel
  42     402    (NATO OF-4)                                                Heer: Kommandeur der Infantrie, Oberstleutnant          Armada: Commandante de regimiento de infanteria, Teniente Colonel   Armée: Commandant de régiment d‟infanterie, Lieutenant-colonel
                Navy: Able seaman
  43     403    (NATO OR-2)                                                Kriegsmarine: Seemann, Gefreiter                        Marine: Marinero                                                    Marine: Matelot breveté
                Navy: Commander of frigate
  44     404    (NATO OF-4)                                                Kriegsmarine: Kommandeur (Frigatte), Fregattenkapitän   Marine: Capitan de Fregata                                          Marine: Commandant de frégate
                Air Force: Aircraftsman, ground crew
  45     405    (NATO OR-2)                                                Luftwaffe: Flieger (Bodenpersonal)                      Fuerzas Aereas: Soldado, personal de tierra                         Armée de l‟Air: Soldat (au sol)
                Air Force: Pilot of fighter aircraft, Wing Commander
  46     406    (NATO OF-4)                                                Luftwaffe: Pilot in Kampfflugzeug, Oberstleutnant       Fuerzas Aereas: Piloto de caza (Teniente-Colonel)                   Armée de l‟Air: Pilote d‟avion de chasse




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