The SOCIO-ECONOMIC CLASSIFICATION codes are based on the Office for National Statistics socio-economic classification for a Stop Smoking Service.
|02||Never worked or unemployed for over one year. If unemployed for less than one year, last known occupation should be used for classification.|
|04||Home carer i.e. looking after children, family or home|
|05||Sick or disabled and unable to work|
|06||Managerial/ professional. Examples include: accountant, artist, civil/mechanical engineer, medical practitioner, musician, nurse, police officer (sergeant or above), physiotherapist, scientist, social worker, software engineer, solicitor, teacher, welfare officer. Those usually responsible for planning, organising and co-ordinating work for finance|
|07||Intermediate. Examples include: call centre agent, clerical worker, nursery auxiliary, office clerk, secretary|
|08||Routine and manual (self employed should not be included in this category). Examples include: electrician, fitter, gardener, inspector, plumber, printer, train driver, tool maker, bar staff, caretaker, catering assistant, cleaner, farm worker, HGV driver, labourer, machine operative, messenger, packer, porter, postal worker, receptionist, sales assistant, security guard, sewing machinist, van driver, waiter/waitress|
|96||Other (not listed)|
Further information on mapping can be found on the National Centre for Smoking Cessation and Training website at Local Stop Smoking Services: Service and Delivery Guidance 2014.
This attribute is also known by these names:
|plural||SOCIO-ECONOMIC CLASSIFICATION CODES FOR STOP SMOKING|