AdventureWorks Database: Records of employees, order on hiredate

SQL Query - AdventureWorks: Exercise-30 with Solution

30. From the following table write a query in SQL to retrieve records of employees. Order the output on year (default ascending order) of hiredate. Return BusinessEntityID, JobTitle, and HireDate.

Sample table: HumanResources.Employee

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Sample Solution:

SELECT BusinessEntityID, JobTitle, HireDate  
FROM HumanResources.Employee  
ORDER BY DATE_PART('year',HireDate);

Sample Output:

businessentityid|jobtitle                                |hiredate  |
              28|Production Technician - WC60            |2006-06-30|
              17|Marketing Assistant                     |2007-01-26|
              16|Marketing Manager                       |2007-12-20|
               3|Engineering Manager                     |2007-11-11|
              40|Production Supervisor - WC60            |2007-12-26|
               4|Senior Tool Designer                    |2007-12-05|
              12|Tool Designer                           |2007-12-11|
             194|Production Technician - WC40            |2008-12-12|
             193|Production Technician - WC40            |2008-12-06|
             188|Production Technician - WC45            |2008-12-27|
             187|Production Technician - WC45            |2008-12-09|
              93|Production Supervisor - WC50            |2008-12-27|
              94|Production Technician - WC50            |2008-12-12|
              95|Production Technician - WC50            |2008-12-19|
             235|Human Resources Manager                 |2008-12-06|
             228|Maintenance Supervisor                  |2008-12-14|
              42|Production Technician - WC60            |2008-12-27|

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