International Standard Classification of Occupations (ISCO) is one of the main international classifications for which International Labor Organization (ILO) is responsible. ISCO is a tool for organizing the work defined in groups based on the duties and responsibilities undertaken in the job.
International Standard Classification of Occupations (ISCO) is a hierarchical list codified to determine professions. It has been created to be clear and harmonized linkage between labor market, education and employment by building functional and transparent system, acceptable for all stakeholders within state.
The structure of classification includes professions grouped into four levels. Occupational groups have titles / names and codes. The main occupational groups with one-digit code are the highest (large groups); occupational subgroups with two-digit code (sub-major); Three-digit code groups (small groups); Occupational groups of units with four-digit code (unit groups) and then it’s added the codified list of individual occupations which consists of all detailed occupations (individual-specific occupations).
This project provides a public Web API through which access to classified professions is provided. Server response will be in JSON format and can be consumed by third-party applications.
The Web API can be extended in the future, in order to add more functionality for further and more advanced data queuing.
The project also provides the Web UI part, which allows users to get information about professions in a structured and user friendly manner.
- Software Development
- Software Testing & QA
- Project Management
- Integration & Migration
- Maintenance & Support
- Web Application
- Web Portal
- Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare