secondary occupation


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secondary occupation

Employment in addition to that for which one is primarily hired.
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Table 15: Monthly Income from Primary and secondary Occupation
A cross tabulation of farmers' perceived rainfall trend in the last 15 years and considerations of practicing agriculture as a primary or secondary occupation revealed the possibility of farmers switching to alternative livelihood activities as their main economic activity due to the predictability of rainfall pattern or otherwise if better livelihood opportunities emerge (Table 2).
This mainly has come up with the fall in secondary occupation where more than one source was also available for income purpose.
That said, he will tell you that training racehorses is only his secondary occupation. His yard is primarily a trading yard, he was one of the early European movers into the world of breeze-up sales and he has perfected the art of buying young horses to sell.
It would appear that in some cases motherhood has become a secondary occupation with money and publicity taking over first.
"Cleveland Police employees have to inform the force of any secondary occupation," he said.
Since the main aim of the study is to find determinants of moonlighting and relationship between primary and secondary occupation. Thus nine occupational categories along with total hours spent in the labour market are also included in model specification.
As a result, investment in secondary occupation skills