Status in employment
Status in employment refers to the position or status of an employed person within the establishment or organisation for which he/she worked. Employed persons are classified according to the following employment status:
A person who operates a business, a plantation or other trade and employs one or more workers to help him.
A person who works for private employer and receives regular remuneration in wages, salary, commission, tips or payment in kind.
(iii) Own account worker
A person who operates his own farm, business or trade without employing any paid workers in the conduct of his farm, trade or business.
(iv) Unpaid family worker
A person who work without pay or wages on a farm, business or trade operated by another member of the family.
Refer to births after 28 completed weeks or more of gestation without any sign of life during delivery.
This item refers to the book value of stocks owned by the establishment and comprises merchandise, raw materials, parts and accessories for rendering services to others.
This refers to stocks of rubber owned by establishments regardless where it is located i.e. inside or outside the factory. They include stocks of unprocessed/in process/ processed rubber.
The classification of areas by stratum is as follows:
Strata Number of Population
(i) Metropolitan- 75,000 and over
(ii) Urban large- 10,000 to 74,999
(iii) Urban small- 1,000 to 9,999
(iv) Rural- All other areas
Subsidies are current unrequited payments that government units, including non- resident government units, make to enterprises on the basis of the levels of their production activities or the quantities or values of the goods or services which they produce, sell or import.
Air quality monitoring stations located in the suburban areas.
Heavy, pungent, colourless gas formed primarily by the combustion of fossil fuels. It is harmful to human beings and vegetation and contributes to the acidity in precipitation.