Aota is a common type of occupational profile in which a person can do repetitive activities, but not to the level of repetitive activity necessary to be considered a full-time occupation.
A person may also be classified as a caregiver, which means that they are the caregiver of another person in an employment relationship.
A person who is classified as “aota occupational” may have a job in an industry or in a specialized occupation where they are expected to provide caregiving.
However, they may also work in an occupation that requires a more hands-on approach to daily tasks and tasks that are repetitive, such as welding or plumbing.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average occupation of a person who was classified as an aota was “a mechanical and material worker.”
This includes people working in industries that use machines and parts, as well as in specialized occupations such as welders or pipefitters.
In 2016, there were 4.4 million full- and part-time jobs in the United States, according to the Department of Labor.
The percentage of full-timers is at an all-time high, according the Bureau, with more than one-third of people in the country classified as part-timbers.
But, part-timer job opportunities are declining as employers increase the number of full timers and offer more flexibility.
For example, the Bureau reported in 2018 that the number was down about 4 percent in part-times in the last five years.
While this trend is troubling, the bureau notes that part-timmers are a small minority of the total full-timer workforce.
According the bureau, about 1.5 million part-workers were employed in 2018, or 5.2 percent of the workforce.
In 2020, that number had grown to 4.8 percent.