Singapore Standard Occupational Classification (SSOC) 2015

The Singapore Standard Occupational Classification (SSOC) is a classification of occupations and is used for surveys and administrative databases. The SSOC adopts the basic framework and principles of the International Standard Classification of Occupations 2008 (ISCO-08). It is reviewed and updated periodically to reflect developments in the labour market, particularly the emergence of new occupations, as well as to align with changes in the international standard.

ssocThis seventh edition of the SSOC supersedes previous editions. More details on the classification, as well as the principles, scope and structure of the classification are available in the publication “Singapore Standard Occupational Classification 2015”.

 




Appendix



Correspondence Tables

Previous Classifications

 
 Complete report (SSOC 2010)pdf(2 Mb)
 Complete report (SSOC 2005)pdf(853 kb)  
 Complete report (SSOC 2000)pdf(591 kb)  
 2-Way Correspondence Table Between SSOC 2010 and SSOC 2005 excel(3.8 Mb)  
 2-Way Correspondence Table Between SSOC 2005 and SSOC 2000 excel(832 kb)