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Definition: Refers to employment, defined as activities to produce goods or provide services for pay or profit and to other activities directly related to employment. ‘For pay or profit’ refers to work done as part of a transaction in exchange for remuneration payable in the form of wages or salaries for time worked Canada Goose Jackets or work done, or in the form of profits derived from the uk canada goose goods and services produced through market transactions, specified in the most recent international statistical standards concerning employment related income. (a) The remuneration may be in cash or in kind, whether actually received or not, and may also comprise additional components of cash or in kind income. (b) The remuneration may be payable directly to the person performing the work or indirectly to a household or family member.(Source: 19th ICLS paragraphs 7b and 27 and 28) Related activities are travelling and commuting for employment, breaks during working time, training and studies in relation to employment, seeking employment, and other related activities outside working time. Activities in divisions 11, 12 and 13 equate Canada Goose Parka the time spent carrying out the tasks and duties of a job, and defined as to ‘direct hours’ in paragraph 11.(2)(a) of the Resolution concerning the measurement of working time adopted by the 18th International Conference cheap canada goose uk of Labour Statisticians (2008). 11 Employment in corporations, government and non profit institutions 12 Employment in household enterprises to produce goods 13 Employment in households and household enterprises to provide services 14 Ancillary activities and breaks related to employment 15 Training and studies in relation to employment 16 Seeking employment 17 Setting up a business 18 Travelling and commuting for employment Activities in all branches of economic canadian goose jacket activities in both self employment and paid employment 2 Production of goods for own final use 3 Unpaid domestic services for household and family members 4 Unpaid caregiving services for household and family members 5 Unpaid buy canada goose jacket volunteer, trainee and other unpaid work (including internships)

Definition: Refers to the time spent on direct activities to produce goods Canada Goose Coats On Sale or provide services for pay or profit in all jobs in corporations, government and non profit institutions serving households (NPISHs). Corporations, government and non profit institutions are defined as in the SNA. These are Canada Goose sale legal entities created for purposes of production, mainly corporations and non profit institutions serving households (NPISHs), or entities created by political processes, specifically government units. Corporations are institutional units that are principally engaged in the production of market goods and services. Government consists of institutional units that, in addition to fulfilling their political responsibilities and their role of economic regulation, produce services (and possibly goods) for individual or collective consumption mainly on a non market basis and redistribute income and wealth. Non profit institutions serving households (NPISHs) are legal entities that are principally engaged in the production of non market services for households or the community at large and whose main resources are voluntary contributions. (Source: SNA 2008 para. 2.17) Activities to produce goods or provide services for pay or profit in canada goose all jobs in corporations, government and non profit institutions serving households (NPISHs). Activities to produce goods or provide services in cooperatives, small producer’s companies and microenterprises, etc. which are “incorporated Canada Goose Outlet enterprises”. Probation or probationary period given to new employees. Working overtime. Work brought home. 12 Employment in household enterprises to produce goods 13 Employment in households canada goose uk black friday and household enterprises to provide services 14 Ancillary activities and breaks related to employment 15 Training and studies in relation to employment 16 Seeking employment 17 Setting up a business 18 Travelling and commuting for employment Business meeting during lunch break Meeting with a Business partner after working hours Working lunch with colleagues Conference call related to employment taken at home Student’s work or contractual work, when performed for pay or profit Accident at work Employee working from home for a corporation Produced goods in factory as employee Produced milk and canada goose clearance milk products in cooperative as employee

Definition: Refers to the time spent on direct activities to produce goods for pay or profit in household unincorporated market enterprises. Household unincorporated market enterprises are created for the purpose of producing goods or services for sale or barter on the market. They can be engaged in virtually any kind of productive activity: agriculture, mining, manufacturing, construction (12 Employment in household enterprises to produce goods), retail distribution or the production of other kinds of services (13 Employment in households and household enterprises providing services). They can range from single persons working as street traders or shoe cleaners with virtually no capital or premises of their own through to large manufacturing, construction or service enterprises with many employees. (Source: SNA 2008 para. 4.155) Household unincorporated market enterprises also include unincorporated partnerships that are engaged in producing goods or services for sale or barter on the canada goose uk shop market. The partners may belong to different households. (Source: SNA 2008 para. 4.156)Considered in this cheap canada goose Division are persons who work for pay or profit payable to the household or family:(i) in market units operated by a family member living in the same or in another household; or(ii) performing tasks Canada Goose online or duties of an uk canada goose outlet employee job canada goose clearance sale held by a family member living in the same or in another household(Source: 19th ICLS para. 30f) This division only covers the production of goods for the market. This division refers to the https://www.canadagoose-coats.ca activity undertaken by the respondent over a particular period of time, which might differ from the primary activity of the establishment where he or she works. All activities undertaken in household enterprises to produce goods mainly intended for the market, such as: 121 Growing of crops for the market in household enterprises 122 Raising animals for the market in household enterprises 123 Forestry and logging for the market in household enterprises 124 Fishing for the market in household enterprises 125 Aquaculture for the market in buy canada goose jacket cheap household enterprises 126 Mining and quarrying for the market in household enterprises 127 Making and processing goods for the market in household enterprises 128 Construction activities for the market in household enterprises 129 Other activities related to employment in household enterprises to produce goods 11 Employment in corporations, government and non profit institutions 13 Employment in households and household enterprises to provide services 14 Ancillary activities and breaks related to employment 15 Training and studies in relation to employment 16 Seeking employment 17 Setting up a business 18 Travelling and commuting for canada goose coats on sale employment 2 Production of goods for own final use

Definition: Refers to activities to produce (growing and harvesting) crop products Canada Goose Online mainly intended for the market in all jobs in household enterprises. 4 Section A, Division 01, Groups 011 013 and Classes 0161, 0163 and 0164) Growing of cereal and other crops, vegetables, fruit, nuts, spice crops, flowers, mushrooms and berries, and other horticultural specialties etc. (including farm, garden, kitchen or backyard gardening); processing for storage/use (for pay or profit) Land preparation including ploughing, use of kodale, harrowing, beating clods, slash and burn (for pay or profit) Sowing and planting operations including seedbed preparation, sowing, transplanting (for pay or profit) Collecting and preparing organic fertilizer, carrying and spreading organic/chemical fertilizer (for pay or profit) Field/garden upkeep including weeding, watering, trimming (for pay or profit) Harvesting including bundling, threshing and cleaning of grain, drying crop residue (for pay or profit) Post harvest activities including drying, seed selection, bagging and storage (for pay or profit) Other agricultural service activities including routine repair of irrigation channels, guarding/protection of harvest, maintenance and routine repair of tools and equipment (for pay or profit) Other specified activities related to growing of crops (for pay or profit) This group includes growing of Christmas trees and the operations of tree nurseries (for pay or profit) Any subsequent processing of the agricultural products (127 or 22), beyond that needed to prepare them for the primary markets. However, the preparation of canada goose store products for the primary markets is included here. agricultural land terracing, drainage, preparing rice paddies etc.) (128 or 23) 211 Growing crops and kitchen gardening, for own final use 221 Making, processing food products, beverages and tobacco for own final use Providing agronomist services (133) Providing landscape architecture services (133) Attending agricultural show/fair (811) Preserving fruit and vegetables, including dehydration by artificial means for the market (127) Watered fields (for pay or profit) Collected apples for sale Prepared fields (for pay or profit) Treated crops (for pay or profit) Sprayed crops (including by air) (for pay or profit) Trimmed fruit trees and vines (for pay or profit) Transplanted rice (for pay or profit) Thinned beets (for pay or profit) Harvested (for pay or profit) Worked in farm (for pay or profit) Growing taro/kava (for pay or profit)

Definition: Refers to activities to raise animals and produce animal products mainly intended for canada goose uk outlet the market in household enterprises. This group also considers service activities incidental to raising animals and producing animal products, such as support activities for animal production such as activities to promote propagation, growth and output of animals, as well as hunting, trapping and related activities to obtain canada goose black friday sale meat, hair, skin or other products for the market. Animal production is defined as raising (farming) and breeding of all animals, except aquatic animals, such as raising of cattle and buffaloes; raising of horses and other equines; raising of camels and camelids; raising of sheep and goats; raising of swine/pigs; raising of poultry; etc. This group refers to the activity undertaken by the respondent over a particular period of time, which might differ from the primary activity of the establishment where he or she works. (Activities performed in relation to economic activities described under ISIC rev. 4 Section A, Division 01, Groups 014 and 017, and Class 0162) Farming/raising of domestic and semi domesticated animals (for pay or profit) Milking/production of raw milk (for pay or profit) canada goose factory sale Shearing; production of fur skins, reptile and bird skins from ranching (for pay or profit) Production of live animal products such as eggs, honey canada goose coats (for pay or profit) Operating poultry hatcheries (for pay or profit) Hunting and trapping animals (for pay or profit) Fodder collection; preparation of feed; feeding, watering; grazing (for pay or profit) Grooming, shoeing, cleaning (for pay or profit) Washing shed, coop cleaning (for pay or profit) Work related to breeding; hatching (for pay or profit) Collecting, storing, grading of eggs (for pay or profit) Shearing, producing hides and skins from ranching (for pay or profit) Dung gathering and making dung cakes (for pay or profit) Other specified activities related to animal farming, production of animal products, animal husbandry services (for pay or profit) 127 Making and processing goods for the market in household enterprises 212 Farming of animals and production of animal products, for own final use 213 Hunting, trapping and production of animal skins, for own final use 221 Making, processing food products, beverages and tobacco for own final use Processing of milk (127 or 221) Production of aquatic animals cheap Canada Goose (124, 125 or 216, 217).

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