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Workers in manufacturing, driving and cleaning jobs ‘are more likely to get type 2 diabetes’

Motor-vehicle drivers – 8.77 per cent

Manufacturing labourers – 7.75 per cent 

Agricultural and other mobile plant operators – 7.21 per cent

Personal carers – 7.12 per cent

Office clerks – 7.14 per cent  

Stores and transport clerks – 6.12 per cent 

Metal- and mineral-products machine operators – 6.09 per cent

Machine operators – 5.75 per cent

Retail salespersons – 5.35 per cent

Metal moulders. welders and sheetmetal workers – 5.29 per cent

Assemblers – 5.33 per cent

Building finishers and related trades workers – 5.72 per cent 

Machinery mechanics and fitters – 5.36 per cent

Total working population – 5.19 per cent 

Electrical and electronic equipment mechanics – 5.48 per cent 

Managers of small enterprises – 5.29 per cent

Construction workers- 4.13 per cent

Computer technicians and data operators – 3.64 per cent

Accountants – 5.53 per cent

Finance and sales associate professionals – 4.01 per cent 

Elementary school teachers 4.43 per cent 

Engineers and technicians – 4.26 per cent

Public service administrative  professionals – 4.8 per cent 

Directors and chief executives – 4.06 per cent 

Production and operations managers – 3.53 per cent 

Computer scientists – 2.46 per cent 

Senior high school teachers – 4.31 per cent 

Specialist managers  2.81 per cent 

Business professionals – 3.42 per cent 

Architects and civil engineers – 2.8 per cent 

College and university teachers – 2.65 per cent

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