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Occupational Structure refers to distribution of workforce
(i) in primary sector activities.
(ii) in secondary sector activities.
(iii) in tertiary sector activities.
(iv) between a male and a female.
It is the mix of different types of occupations found in a society. It also describes how people are engaged in different sectors of the economy namely, primary, secondary and tertiary the sector that predominates the occupational structure in a country.
Which of the following states is the most populous state of India?
What is the rank of India among the population of different countries of the world?
Which of the following age group is that of the working-age group?
The working age population is defined as those aged 15 to 59. The basic indicator for employment is the proportion of the working age population aged 15-59 who are employed. The age dependency ratio is the ratio of dependents (people younger than 15 or older than 59) to the working-age population.