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SUB-MAJOR GROUP 92: AGRICULTURAL, FISHERY AND RELATED LABOURERS
 


    Agricultural, fishery and related labourers mainly perform simple and routine farming, forestry, fishing, hunting or trapping tasks, requiring the use of simple hand-held tools and very often considerable physical effort.

    Tasks performed by labourers in this sub-major group usually include: digging, shovelling, loading, unloading, stacking, raking, pitching; spreading manure or fertilizers; watering and weeding; picking fruit, vegetables and various plants; feeding animals ; cleaning animal quarters and farm ground: clearing forest ground and undergrowth: cleaning sea-bed and performing other simple tasks connected with aquatic cultivation; gathering seaweed, clams and other mollusca; performing simple tasks connected with hunting and trapping.

    Supervision of other workers may be included.

    Occupations in this sub-major group are classified into the following minor group:

    921 Agricultural, fishery and related labourers

   
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 Updated 18 September 2004, by VA.