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These changes are giving rise to an increase in the cost borne by society in connection with maintenance of the occupationally passive population.
Victims of discrimination based on descent are singled out, not because of a difference in physical appearance or race, but rather by their membership in an endogamous social group that has been isolated socially and occupationally from other groups in the society.
It also comprehensively reviews all the evidence from studies of groups of people exposed therapeutically, diagnostically and occupationally.
Approximately two thirds of occupationally handicapped persons have participated in labour market programmes.
At the end of 2002, there were 76,200 occupationally handicapped job-seekers.
Each programme targets a broad group comprising both occupationally handicapped persons and ordinary job-seekers.
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In addition, each sector will have a range of occupationally oriented programmes.
It was now realized that a very large number of workers were exposed occupationally to natural sources of radiation as well.
It is important to note that this WHO classification is based on the risk posed by the various biological agents to people occupationally or accidentally exposed to such agents.