Table 2.2
Literacy, numeracy and PS-TRE — Information processing skills of Canadians in each occupation, population aged 16 to 65, by highest level of completed education, Canada, 2012

Table 2.2
Literacy, numeracy and PS-TRE — Information processing skills of Canadians in each occupation, population aged 16 to 65, by highest level of completed education, Canada, 2012
Table summary
This table displays the results of literacy. The information is grouped by occupation (appearing as row headers), postsecondary education - bachelor’s degree or higher, postsecondary education - below bachelor’s degree, high school diploma, less than high school, literacy, numeracy and ps-tre, calculated using average, standard error and percent units of measure (appearing as column headers).
Occupation Postsecondary education - bachelor’s degree or higher Postsecondary education - below bachelor’s degree High school diploma Less than High School
Literacy Numeracy PS-TRE Literacy Numeracy PS-TRE Literacy Numeracy PS-TRE Literacy Numeracy PS-TRE
average standard error average standard error percent standard error average standard error average standard error percent standard error average standard error average standard error percent standard error average standard error average standard error percent standard error
Managerial and professional occupations 306 (1.1) 302 (1.0) 59 (1.2) 286 (1.3) 278 (1.4) 45 (1.4) 280 (1.9) 271 (2.1) 43 (2.3) 253 (4.1) 245 (4.4) 27 (3.9)
Service and support occupations 279 (2.8) 269 (3.6) 39 (3.6) 270 (1.9) 257 (2.1) 33 (2.1) 267 (1.9) 255 (2.1) 37 (2.2) 246 (2.9) 235 (3.2) 27 (3.3)
Trade, production, and manufacturing occupations 271 (5.4) 279 (6.2) 33 (5.6) 269 (2.1) 271 (2.3) 27 (2.2) 258 (3.3) 251 (3.6) 19 (2.6) 224 (3.3) 215 (3.3) 8 (1.8)
Manual and other service occupations 274 (8.2) 263 (8.5) 36 (8.8) 263 (4.6) 254 (4.9) 28 (4.4) 261 (3.1) 251 (3.7) 29 (3.1) 226 (3.9) 214 (4.5) 17 (2.8)
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