Select the ANZSCO code that best fits your engineering qualification for Skilled Migration in Australia.
ANZSCO code’s structure consists of five hierarchical divisions: major group, sub-major group, minor group, unit group and occupation as per Engineers Australia. At the most precise level of classification, the categories are referred to as 'occupations.' These are combined to create 'unit groups,' which are further subdivided into 'minor groups'. Minor groups are aggregated to form 'sub-major groups,' which are then aggregated to form 'major groups' at the highest level. ANZSCO is a skill-based classification used to classify all occupations and jobs in the Australian and New Zealand labour markets. ANZSCO code defines engineer’s occupations according to their attributes and groups them on the basis of their similarity into successively broader categories for statistical and other types of analysis in Australia.