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This major group comprises occupations in education, law and social, community and government services that generally require completion of secondary school and specific training courses or work experience and may also require related post-secondary studies. It includes home child care providers, home support workers, school teacher assistants, sheriffs, bailiffs, correctional service officers, by-law enforcement officers and certain regulatory officers.
This minor group includes home child care providers, home support workers, housekeepers, and elementary and secondary school teacher assistants. They are employed by private households; child-care, home care, and support agencies; in other non-institutional, residential settings; and public and private elementary, secondary, and special needs schools and treatment centres; or they may be self-employed.
This minor group includes sheriffs, bailiffs, correctional service officers, by-law enforcement officers, and other regulatory officers not elsewhere classified. They are employed by provincial and territorial courts; federal, provincial, and municipal governments; provincial and municipal agencies; and in private service as agents for creditors.
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