What is the main occupation of the highest income earner

What is the main occupation of the highest income

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What is the main occupation of the highest income earner (mother/father/guardian) in your family of origin? (Mark one only) 1.Manager or administrator (eg magistrate, farm manager, general manager, director of nursing, school principal)2.Professional (eg scientist, doctor, registered nurse, alliedhealth professional, teacher, artist)3.Associate professional (eg technician, manager, youth worker, police officer)4.Tradesperson or related worker (eg hairdresser, Version: Final that was entered into the Qualtrics system. 23 December, 2011 12
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gardener, florist) 5. Advanced clerical or service worker (eg secretary, personal assistant, flight attendant, law clerk) 6. Intermediate clerical, sales or service worker (eg typist, word processing / data entry operator, receptionist, child care worker, nursing assistant, hospitality worker) 7. Intermediate production or transport worker (eg sewing machinist, machine operator, bus driver) 8. Elementary clerical, sales or service worker (eg filing / mail clerk, parking inspector, sales assistant, telemarketer, housekeeper) 9. Labourer or related worker (eg cleaner, factory worker, general farm hand, kitchenhand) 10. No paid job Source: Women’s Health Australia (WHA) (2009) Young cohort survey Q113 Q57 What is the highest qualification of the highest income earner (mother/father/guardian) in your family of origin? (Mark one only) Describe your father’s (or that person who served as your father in raising you) use of alcohol during most of the time that you were growing up. (Choose one answer) 8. I don’t know Source: Harvard CAS (2001) Question G14 Q54 Describe your mother’s (or that person who served as your mother in Version: Final that was entered into the Qualtrics system. 23 December, 2011 13
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raising you) use of alcohol during most of the time that you were growing up. (Choose one answer) 8. I don’t know Source: Harvard CAS (2001) Question G15 Q58 Have we missed anything? If you have anything else you would like to tell us, please write in the text box below. Q67 For further information on university counselling services and healthy alcohol consumption, please use the links below. Griffith counselling service How much alcohol is safe to drink?
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