Work levels (National Compensation Survey)

What is Work levels (National Compensation Survey)?

Work levels (National Compensation Survey) meaning in Labor terms is The National Compensation Survey produces earnings data by levels of work within an occupation. The duties and responsibilities of a job are evaluated using four factors (such as knowledge, and complexity of the work) to determine a work level. Levels vary by occupation, ranging from 1 to 15. For example, level 1 may represent an entry level, while level 15 may represent master-level skills.


reference: Glossary: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics – United States Department of Labor