Low-skilled job (PCS classification)


Dernière mise à jour le :09/06/2022


The definition of a low-skilled job is based, for manual workers, on the detailed levels of the nomenclature of occupations and socio-professional categories (PCS). For white-collar workers, the distinction is determined within each occupation, based on the level and speciality of training of the people who work there.

More specifically, low-skilled workers include industrial workers (item 67 of the level 2 socio-professional nomenclature), low-skilled craft workers (68) and agricultural, forestry, fishing and aquaculture workers (69). The low-skilled employees are mainly service agents in the civil service, security guards, hotel and restaurant employees, cashiers and self-service employees in commerce, employees of private individuals, caretakers and security guards.