Template:Maritime trades importance scale

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Article importance grading scheme
Label Criteria Detail Examples
Top Reserved for the primary articles on maritime trades. These are considered fundamental to the topic.
High Major international articles, activists, strikes and movements. National trade union organizations.
  • Articles about the pivotal current/historical components of organized labour.
  • Main articles about national/international trade union organizations.
Mid General labour articles, national articles, activists, strikes and movements, and main articles on trade unions.
  • General labour articles.
  • National articles, activists, strikes and movements.
  • Trade unions.
Low Minor labour articles, national articles, activists, strikes and movements. Articles on trade union locals.
NA Used when subject importance is not applicable. For example, for categories, templates, and files.