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Title: Dictionary of occupational titles
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Title: Dictionary of occupational titles
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Publication Date: 1939-44
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UNIVERSITY
OF FLORIDA
LIBRARIES




/, '7 25' (-9e


DICTIONARY
OF

OCCUPATIONAL TITLES
Part II

GROUP ARRANGEMENT
OF

OCCUPATIONAL TITLES

AND CODES


Prepared by
THE JOB ANALYSIS AND INFORMATION SECTION
DIVISION OF STANDARDS AND RESEARCH


JUNE


* ?* ?*


1939


UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
Frances Perkins, Secretary

UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT SERVICE
William H. Stead, Chief Executive Officer


United States Government Printing Office
'- Washington: 1939
: For sale by the' Srperintendent of Documents
. -: Washington, D. C. ".. Price $1.00
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
Introduction ________________Pag_ e
Major Occupational Groups and Divisions X------------------------- I
Three-Digit Occupational Groups ----------------_ Ix
Alphabetical Arrangement-Three-Digit Occupational Groups ___ xix
Group Arrangement of Titles and Codes 1
Codes for the Temporary Registration of Youth and Others with Limited
Work Histories ________________ 309
WorkHistories------------------------------------------------309
Codes for Unassigned Persons ----------______________ __ 313
Appendix I-Alphabetical List of Undefined Titles-_________________ 315
(III)


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INTRODUCTION


This book presents the structure of the United States Employment Service
Occupational Classification. It lists the titles defined in the Dictionary and
the assigned codes in such a manner as to form related groups of occupations.
The physical arrangement and grouping of the titles in this book is ex-
plained herein, but for a complete understanding of the Dictionary and the oc-
cupational classification and code the introduction contained in Part I should be
studied carefully.
Arrangement of the Book
There are five sections to the Group Arrangement, as follows: (1) A list of
the major occupational groups and divisions that are signified by the first and
second digits of the code number; (2) a list of the occupational groups that are
signified by the first three digits of the code number; (3) an alphabetical list of
the three-digit groups; (4) the main body of the book which is the group ar-
rangement of the titles defined in the Dictionary; and (5) an appendix in
which is listed alphabetically those titles in the Manual of Occupational Titles
and Codes that are not defined in the Dictionary. The first three sections are
provided to give an outline or condensed picture of the group arrangement and
to facilitate its use.

The Form of the Group Arrangement
The titles defined in the Dictionary are listed here in numerical order ac-
cording to the assigned code numbers. They are arranged into major groups,
divisions, and subdivisions.
Each major group, division, and subdivision is set apart by a heading and
figures that indicate the range of the group or division, for example:

SKILLED OCCUPATIONS
(4-00.000 through 5-99.999)

OCCUPATIONS IN MANUFACTURING AND RELATED ACTIVITIES
(4-01.000 through 5-18.999)

Metalworking Occupations
(4-71.000 through 4-95.999)
Definitions for the major groups or divisions that contain a single field of occu-
pations, such as professional occupations or skilled occupations, are included
at the beginning of the group directly under the main heading.
Under the divisions or subdivisions are listed the included three-digit groups.
(V)






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These three-digit groups are also divided into subgroups, as in the following
example:
4-86. BLACKSMITHS, FORGEMEN, AND HAMMERMEN
Blacksmiths, Hand Forging (4-86.000 through 4-86.099)
4-86.010 BLACKSMITH II (forging)
blacksmith, fire
iron burner
smith
striker
ANGLE FURNACEMAN (forging)
frame bender
ANGLESMITH (forging)
BENDER, HAND I (forging)
forge-bending operator
hot bender
BLACKSMITH, FARM (agric.)
*BLACKSMITH FOREMAN (forging)
A few subgroups have been further divided into sub-subgroups. Where this
has been done the three-digit group headings are followed by two subheadings.
N. E. C.-"Not Elsewhere Classified" has been used in connection with
the three-digit group headings and subheadings to indicate that the group or
subgroup includes only the occupations of the particular category that have
not been classified in a specifically identified group, for example: group 1-11.
Railroad clerks, n. e. c., includes clerical occupations strictly peculiar to the
railroad industry, but does not include file clerks, bookkeepers, or any other
clerical occupations that are also found in a large number of other industries.
Regardless of industry, all filing occupations are classified in group 1-17; and
all bookkeeping occupations are classified in group 1-01.
Form Used To Indicate the Relation of Code Numbers To Titles
The preceding example using part of group 4-86. also indicates how the titles
of individual occupations are listed. The titles in capital letters opposite the
code number are base titles of definitions in the Dictionary which have been
coded, and which establish occupational classifications. Titles in capital
letters not adjacent to a code number are a related part of the occupational
classification represented by the preceding code and adjacent title. These
are titles which are defined in the Dictionary and although not assigned a code
number are referred to the coded title. The titles in lower case letters in all
caess are alternates to the titles in capitals under which they are listed.
Titles Designated With an Asterisk
In the preceding example, group 4-86. there appears "*BLACKSMIITH
FOREMAN (forging)." A few titles have been designated with an asterisk
in this manner to indicate that they are closely related to and receive the same
code as the preceding coded title. However, the relationship is of such a






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nature that it cannot be indicated in the Dictionary definitions by means of a
reference, therefore the code number for these titles appears in the body of
the definitions. In the group arrangement these titles have been accorded
the same treatment as described in the preceding paragraph for coded titles.
Titles Designated With a Dagger
A number of titles will be found in the group arrangement designated with
a dagger, as "4-99.ca tAssemblers, Electrical (electrical goods)." These are
titles listed in the Manual of Occupational Titles and Codes (1936) that have
not been defined in the Dictionary because of insufficient information. Occu-
pations represented by these titles have been allocated as accurately as possible
in the classification, and letter codes have been assigned temporarily for the
fourth and fifth digits until complete information is available. The assigned
letter which corresponds to the fourth digit indicates the subgroup to which
the title has been allocated. Therefore, "c" in the above example represents
the third subgroup in the group of "Occupations in the Manufacture of Elec-
trical Machinery and Accessories, N. E. C." The letter "a", which corre-
sponds to the fifth digit, indicates the specific unassigned occupation. As
information is obtained for these jobs, definitions will be prepared and per-
manent codes will be assigned. These titles and temporary codes are listed
alphabetically in Appendix I of this book.
Titles Omitted From the Group Arrangement
A few titles defined in the Dictionary, particularly "grouping titles,"
"titles listed under grouping titles," "general terms," and "task title," are
not listed in the Group Arrangement.
A "grouping title" is an uncoded, arbitrary title under which are grouped
a number of titles that cannot be assigned a single code solely on the basis of
occupational information, but that can be assigned any one of several codes
when external factors, such as industry worked in or product worked on, are
considered. In order to include these "titles listed under grouping titles," it
would be necessary to list them under every code to which they could be assigned.
To avoid this multiple listing, notes have been included in the Group Arrange-
ment directing the reader from the block of code numbers (from which the
proper code for each title listed under a grouping title must be selected) to the
grouping title (where the jobs are listed and the use of the grouping title is
explained). The notes directing the reader to the grouping titles LABORER
(any ind.) and LABORER, PROCESS (any ind.) appear at the beginning of
the unskilled group on page 241. Notes directing the reader to the other
grouping titles appear with the specific block of code numbers from which
the selection is to be made-see, for example, codes 6-27.531 through 6-27.538.
A "general term" is a common title by which several specific jobs or occu-
pations in one or more industries or types of work may be designated. Since
these "general terms" embrace not one but several different jobs, it is impossible
to allocate them to specific groups within the Group Arrangement. For
examples of "general terms," see the definitions of CUTTER (any ind.) and
MARKER (any ind.) in Part I of the Dictionary.






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A "task title" is a title by which only a part of the duties of a complete
job is designated. To accord these titles the same treatment as true job titles
would be to disregard the occupational basis upon which the classification is
established. Therefore, the title embracing the complete set of tasks which
comprise a single job, and not the individual "task titles," is listed in the
Group Arrangement. A study of the definitions of QUARRYM'AN I (quarry.)
and MASHING HAND (tobacco) in Part I of the Dictionary will reveal that
the duties of these jobs are made up of several separate tasks, each of which is
designated by a "task title."

Additional Codes and Information
It is pointed out in the preface to the Dictionary that neither the occupa-
tional nor industrial coverage of this work is complete. Even if this were
not so, the offices of the Employment Service would, from time to time, have
to deal with new occupations. When codes for occupations not included in
the Dictionary are needed the interviewer should use Form 308 "Recommenda-
tions for Occupational Code Changes," forwarding as complete information
as it is possible to obtain.
This form may also be used to question classifications or definitions, or
to transmit information that would be of assistance in filling in gaps in the
Dictionary, particularly concerning the titles listed in Appendix I.











Major Occupational Groups and Divisions


0 Professional and managerial occupations
0-0 through 0-3 Professional occupations
0-4 through 0-6 Semiprofessional occupations
0-7 through 0-9 Managerial and official occupations
1 Clerical and sales occupations
1-0 through 1-4 Clerical and kindred occupations
1-5 through 1-9 Sales and kindred occupations
2 Service occupations
2-0 Domestic service occupations
2-2 through 2-5 Personal service occupations
2-6 Protective service occupations
2-8 through 2-9 Building service workers and porter
3 Agricultural, fishery, forestry, and kindred occupations
3-0 through 3-4 Agricultural, horticultural, and ki


3-8
3-9


s

indred occupa-


tions
Fishery occupations
Forestry (except logging) and hunting and trapping
occupations


Skilled occupations

Semiskilled occupations

Unskilled occupations

Three-Digit Occupational Groups

Professional and Managerial Occupations
Professional Occupations
Accountants and auditors
Actors and actresses
Architects
Artists, sculptors, and teachers of art
Authors, editors, and reporters
Chemists, assayers, and metallurgists
Clergymen
College presidents, professors, and instructors
County agents and farm demonstrators
Dentists
Engineers, chemical
Engineers, civil
Engineers, electrical
Engineers, industrial
Engineers, mechanical
(IX)


0-01.
0-02.
0-03.
0-04.
0-06.
0-07.
0-08.
0-11.
0-12.
0-13.
0-15.
0-16.
0-17.
0-18.
0-19.






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0-20. Engineers, mining
0-22. Lawyers and judges
0-23. Librarians
0-24. Musicians and teachers of music
0-25. Pharmacists
0-26. Physicians and surgeons
0-27. Social and welfare workers
0-28. Statisticians
0-30. Teachers, primary school and kindergarten
0-31. Teachers (secondary school) and principals
0-32. Teachers and instructors, n. e. c.
0-33. Trained nurses
0-34. Veterinarians.
0-38. Professional occupations, n. e. c.
0-3miprofessi l 9.
Semiprofessional Occupations


0-41.
0-42.
0-43.
0-44.
0-45.
0-46.
0-48.
0-50.
0-52.
0-53.
0-56.
0-57.
0-61.
0-62.
0-64.
0-65.
0-66.
0-68.
0-69.


Aviators
Chiropractors
Decorators and window dressers
Commercial artists
Dancers and chorus girls
Designers
Draftsmen
Laboratory technicians and assistants
Healers and medical service occupations, n. e. c.
Optometrists
Photographers
Athletes, sports instructors, and sports officials
Radio operators
Showmen
Surveyors
Embalmers and undertakers
Technicians, except laboratory
}Semiprofessional occupations, n. e. c.
Managerial and Official Occupations


0-71. Hotel and restaurant managers
0-72. Retail managers
0-73. Wholesale managers
0-74. Buyers and department heads, stores
0-75. Floormen and floor managers, stores
0-79. Inspectors, managerial and official
0-81. Advertising agents
0-83. Officials of lodges, societies, unions, etc.
0-85. Credit men
0-87. Managers and superintendents, buildings
0-88. Ship captains, mates, pilots, and engineers
0-91. Purchasing agents and buyers, n. e. c.
0-92. Conductors, railroad
0-94. Public officials, n. e. c.
0-95. Inspectors, public service, n. e. c.
0-97.
0-98. Managers and officials, n. e. c.
0-99.







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Clerical and Sales Occupations
Clerical and Kindred Occupations
1-01. Bookkeepers and cashiers, except bank cashiers
1-02. Bookkeeping machine operators
1-03. Checkers
1-04. Clerks, general
1-05. Clerks, general office
1-06. Financial institution clerks, n. e. c.
1-07. Hotel clerks, n. e. c.
1-08. Insurance clerks, n. e. c.
1-10. Printing and publishing clerks, n. e. c.
1-11. Railroad clerks, n. e. c.
1-12. Clerks in trade, n. e. c.
1-15. Collectors, bills and accounts
1-16. Correspondence clerks
1-17. File clerks
1-18. General industry clerks
1-20. Library assistants and attendants
1-23. Messengers, errand boys, and office boys and girls
1-24. Telegraph messengers
1-25. Office machine operators
1-26. Paymasters, payroll clerks, and timekeepers
1-27. Post office clerks
1-28. Mail carriers
1-31. Express messengers and railway mail clerks
1-32. Physicians' and dentists' assistants and attendants
1-33. Secretaries
1-34. Shipping and receiving clerks
1-36. Statistical clerks and compilers
1-37. Stenographers and typists
1-38. Stock clerks
1-41. Telegraph operators
1-42. Telephone operators
1-43. Baggagemen, transportation
1-44. Ticket, station, and express agents, transportation
1-45. Weighers
1-48. Agents and appraisers, n. e. c
1-49. Clerks and kindred occupations, n. e. c.

Sales and Kindred Occupations

1-51. Auctioneers
1-52. Salesmen, brokerage and commission firms, n. e. c.
1-55. Canvassers and solicitors
1-56. Demonstrators
1-57. Salesmen, insurance
1-58. Newsboys
1-61. Hucksters and peddlers
1-63. Salesmen, real estate
1-65. Salesmen, stock and bond
1-70. Sales clerks
1-75. Salespersons
1-80. Salesmen, to consumers






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1-85.
1-86. Salesmen and sales agents, except to consumers
1-87.
1-96. Sales clerks, dry cleaning and laundry
1-97. Shoppers
Service Occupations

Domestic Service Occupations
2-01. Day workers
2-02. Laundresses, private family
2-03. Housekeepers, private family
2-04. Housemen and yardmen
2-05. Cooks, domestic
2-06. Maids, general
2-07. Nursemaids
2-08. Parlormaids
2-09. Miscellaneous servants, private family

Personal Service Occupations
2-21. Bartenders
2-22. Bellmen and related occupations
2-23. Boarding-house and lodging-house keepers
2-24. Maids and housemen, hotels, restaurants, etc.
2-25. Housekeepers, stewards, and hostesses
2-26. Cooks, except private family
2-27. Waiters and waitresses, except private family
2-28. Ship stewards
2-29. Kitchen workers in hotels, restaurants, railroads, steamships, etc., n. e. c.
2-32. Barbers, beauticians, and manicurists
2-34. Bookblacks
2-36. Guides, except hunting and trapping
2-38. Midwives and practical nurses
2-40. Attendants, recreation and amusement, n. e. c.
2-42. Attendants, hospitals and other institutions, n. e. c.
2-43. Attendants, professional and personal service, n. e. c.
2-44. Camp attendants
2-45. Doormen
2-47. Apprentices to service occupations
2-48. Ushers
Protective Service Occupations

2-61. Guards and watchmen, except crossing watchmen
2-62. Crossing watchmen and bridge tenders
2-63. Firemen, fire department
2-65. Policemen and detectives, except in public service
2-66. Policemen and detectives, public service
2-67. Sheriffs and bailiffs
2-68. Soldiers, sailors, marines, and coast guards, n. e. c.
Building Service Workers and Porters
2-82. Charwomen and cleaners
2-84. Janitors and sextons
2-86. Porters, n. e. c.
2-91. Pullman porters
2-92. Baggage porters
2-95. Elevator operators






XIII


Agricultural, Fishery, Forestry, and Kindred Occupations

Agricultural, Horticultural, and Kindred Occupations

3-01. Cash grain farmers
3-02. Cotton farmers
3-03. Crop specialty farmers
3-04. Dairy farmers
3-05. Fruit farmers
3-06. General farmers
3-07. Animal and livestock farmers
3-08. Poultry farmers
3-09. Truck farmers
3-11. Farm hands, grain
3-12. Farm hands, cotton
3-13. Farm hands, crop specialty
3-14. Farm hands, dairy
3-15. Farm hands, fruit
3-16. Farm hands, general farms
3-17. Farm hands, animal and livestock
3-18. Farm hands, poultry
3-19. Farm hands, vegetable
3-30. Fruit and vegetable graders and packers
3-31. Blight control laborers and bindweed eradicators
3-32. Irrigation occupations
3-35. Farm mechanics
3-36. Farm couples
3-37. Farm managers and foremen
3-38. Nursery operators and flower growers
3-39. Nursery and landscaping laborers
3-40. Gardeners and grounds keepers, parks, cemeteries, etc.
3-41. Hatchery men
3-42. Laborers, hatchery
3-43. Stablemen
3-44. Barn bosses
3-47. Cotton ginners
3-48. Technical agricultural occupations, n. e. c.
3-49. Agricultural occupations, n. e. c.

Fishery Occupations

3-87. Fishermen and oystermen
3-88. Sponge and seaweed gatherers
3-89. Fishing occupations, n. e. c.

Forestry (Except Logging) and Hunting and Trapping Occupations

3-91. Forestry occupations, except logging
3-96. Hunting and trapping guides
3-97. Hunters and trappers






XIV


Skilled, Semiskilled, and Unskilled Occupations

NOTE.-A number of the following occupational groups extend across two or more of
the skill levels. These levels are differentiated by the first digit of the code number, the
other digits remaining constant for the entire occupational group. If the first digit be an
even number, the first digit of the other skill levels of the occupational group will likewise
be even. This relationship also holds true when the first digit is an odd numeral.
4 and 5 indicate the skilled levels
6 and 7 indicate the semiskilled levels
8 and 9 indicate the unskilled levels
In the following list of code numbers, where occupational groups extend over two or more of
the skill levels, the index digit of each skill level is given. Thus, 4, 6, 8-00. indicates that
there are skilled, semiskilled, and unskilled levels within the occupational group, whereas
4, 6, 00. would indicate that only the skilled and semiskilled levels are represented.

Occupations in Manufacturing and Related Activities

(4, 6, 8-00 through 5, 7, 9-18)
Occupations in Production of Food Products
4-01. Bakers
4, 6, 8-02. Occupations in production of bakery products, n. e. c.,
4, 6, 8-03. Occupations in production of beverages
6, 8-04. Occupations in canning and preserving of foods
4, 6, 8-05. Occupations in production of confections
4, 6, 8-06. Occupations in processing of dairy products
4, 6-07. Millers, grain, flour, feed, etc.
4, 6, 8-08. Occupations in production of grain-mill products, n. e. c.
4, 6, 8-09. Occupations in slaughtering and in preparation of meat products
4, 6, 8-10. Occupations in production of miscellaneous food products
Occupations in Manufacture of Tobacco
4, 6, 8-12. Occupations in manufacture of tobacco products
Occupations in Manufacture of Textiles
4, 6, 8-14. Occupations in manufacture of knit goods
4-15. Weavers, textile
4-16. Loom fixers
4, 6-18. Nonprocess occupations, in manufacture of textiles, n. e. c.
4, 6, 8-19. Occupations in manufacture of textiles, n. e. c.
Occupations in Production of Fabricated Textile Products
4, 6, 8-21. Furriers and occupations in fabrication of fur goods, n. e. c.
4-23. Milliners
4, 6, 8-24. Occupations in manufacture of hats and caps, n. e. c.
4, 6-25. Dressmakers and seamstresses.
4-26. Tailors and tailoresses
4, 6, 8-27. Occupations in fabrication of textile products, n. e. c.
Occupations in Production of Lumber and Lumber Products
4, 6-29. Inspectors, scalers, and graders, logs and lumber
4, 6, 8-30. Lumbermen, raftsmen, and woodchoppers
4, 6, 8-31. Sawmill occupations, n. e. c.
4-32. Cabinetmakers







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4, 6, 8-33. General woodworking occupations, n. e. c.
4, 6, 8-34. Planing mill occupations, n. e. c.
4, 6-35. Upholsterers
4, 6, 8-36. Occupations in manufacture of furniture, n. e. c.
4, 6, 8-38. Cooperage occupations, n. e. c.
4, 6, 8-39. Occupations in manufacture of miscellaneous finished lumber products, n. e. c.
Occupations in Production of Paper and Paper Goods
4, 6, 8-41. Occupations in manufacture of paper and pulp
6, 8-42. Occupations in manufacture of paper goods
Printing Occupations
4, 6-44. Compositors and typesetters
4-45. Electrotypers and stereotypes
4-46. Lithographers
4-47. Photoengravers
4-48. Pressmen and plate printers, printing
4, 6, 8-49. Occupations in printing and publishing, n. e. c.
Occupations in Production of Chemicals and Chemical Products
4, 6, 8-50. Occupations in production of paint and varnish
4, 6, 8-51. Occupations in production of rayon and allied products
4, 6, 8-52. Occupations in production of industrial chemicals
4, 6, 8-53. Occupations in production of chemical products, n. e. c.
Occupations in Production of Petroleum and Coal Products
4, 6, 8-55. Occupations in refining of petroleum
6, 8-56. Occupations in production of miscellaneous petroleum and coal products
Occupations in Production of Rubber Goods
4, 6, 8-57. Occupations in production of rubber goods
Occupations in Manufacture of Leather and Leather Products
4, 6, 8-59. Occupations in manufacture of leather
4-60. Shoemakers and shoe repairmen, not in factory
4, 6, 8-61. Occupations in manufacture of boots and shoes
4, 6, 8-62. Occupations in manufacture of leather products other than boots and shoes
Occupations in Production of Stone, Clay, and Glass Products
4, 6, 8-65. Occupations in production of glass and glass products
4, 6, 8-66. Occupations in production of clay products
6, 8-67. Occupations in production of cement, concrete, gypsum, and plaster products
4-68. Stonecutters
4, 6, 8-69. Occupations in stoneworking, n. e. c.
4, 6, 8-70. Occupations in production of asbestos products, abrasives, and polishing products
Metalworking Occupations
4-71. Jewelers, watchmakers, goldsmiths, and silversmiths
4, 6, 8-72. Occupations in manufacture of clocks, watches, jewelry, and articles of precious
metals, n. e. c.
4-73. Engravers
4, 6, 8-74. Occupations in electroplating, galvanizing, and related processes
4-75. Machinists
4-76. Toolmakers and die sinkers and setters






XVI


4, 6-77. Filers, grinders, buffers, and polishers (metal)
4, 6, 8-78. Machine shop and related occupations, n. e. c.
4-80. Tinsmiths, coppersmiths, and sheet metal workers
4, 6-81. Molders
4, 6, 8-82. Foundry occupations, n. e. c.
4, 6-83. Boilermakers
4, 6, 8-84. Structural- and ornamental-metal workers
4, 6-85. Welders and flame cutters
4, 6-86. Blacksmiths, forgemen, and hammermen
4, 6, 8-87. Heat treaters, annealers, and temperers
4, 6-88. Occupations in mechanical treatment of metals (rolling, stamping, for-ing,
pressing, etc.), n. e. c.
4, 6-90. Ore dressing occupations
4, 6-91. Furnacemen, smelters, and pourers
4, 6, 8-92. Occupations in production of ferrous and nonferrous metals, n. e. c.
4, 6, 8-93 1
4, 6, 8-94.Occupations in fabrication of metal products, n. e. c.
4, 6-95. Inter-industry metal working occupations, n. e. c.


Electricians and Occupations in Manufacture of Electrical Equipment
4-97. Electricians
6, 8-98. Occupations in manufacture of radios and phonographs
6, 8-99. Occupations in manufacture of electrical machinery and accessories, n. e. c.
7, 9-00. Occupations in manufacture of miscellaneous electrical equipment, n. e. c.
Occupations in Manufacture of Transportation Equipment


7, 9-02.
5, 7, 9-03.
5, 7 9-05.



5-08.
5, 7, 9-09.
5, 7, 9-10.
5-12.
5, 7, 9-13.


5, 7, 9-16.
5, 7-17.
5, 7-18.


Occupations in manufacture of automobiles, n. e. c.
Occupations in building of aircraft, n. e. c.
Occupations in building transportation equipment (except automobiles and
aircraft), n. e. c.
Occupations in Manufacture of Miscellaneous Products
Opticians, lens grinders, and polishers
Occupations in manufacture of professional and scientific apparatus, n. e. c.
Occupations in manufacture of fabricated plastic products
Piano and organ tuners
Occupations in the manufacture of miscellaneous products
Miscellaneous Manufacturing Occupations
Painters, except construction and maintenance
Pattern and model makers, except paper
Dyers


Occupations in Nonmanufacturing Activities

(5, 7, 9-20 through 5, 7, 9-61)
Occupations in Extraction of Minerals
5, 7, 9-20. Occupations in production of petroleum
5, 7-21. Miners, and mining-machine operators
5, 7, 9-22. Occupations in extraction of minerals, n. e. c.


4,
4,
5,






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Construction Occupations
5, 7-23. Construction machinery operators, n. e. c.
5, 7-24. Brick and stone masons, and tile setters
5-25. Carpenters
5, 7-26. Cement and concrete finishers
5, 7-27. Painters, construction and maintenance
5-28. Paperhangers
5-29. Plasterers
5-30. Plumbers, gas fitters, and steam fitters
7-31. Roofers and slaters
5, 7, 9-32. Construction occupations, n. e. c.
5, 7-33. Asbestos and insulation workers
Transportation Occupations
7, 9-35. Routemen
5, 7-36. Chauffeurs and drivers, bus, taxi, truck, and tractor
5, 7-37. Teamsters
5, 7-38. Brakemen, railroad
5-39. Conductors, bus and street railway
5, 7-40. Motormen (vehicle), except railroad, railway, and bus
5-41. Locomotive engineers
5-42. Locomotive firemen
5-43. Motormen, street, subway, and elevated railway
5, 7-44. Switchmen, railroad
7-45. Gatemen and train callers
7, 9-47. Longshoremen and stevedores
7, 9-48. Sailors and deckhands, except U. S. Navy
5, 7, 9-49. Transportation occupations, n. e. c.
Communication and Utility Occupations
5-51. Power station operators
5, 7-53. Linemen and servicemen, telegraph, telephone, and power
7, 9-54. Occupations in furnishing utilities, n. e. c.
Trade and Service Occupations
5, 7-55. Motion picture projectionists
5, 7, 9-56. Amusement, recreation, and motion picture occupations, n. e. c.
5, 7, 9-57. Occupations in laundering, cleaning, dyeing, and pressing apparel and other
articles
5, 7-58. Meatcutters, except in slaughtering and packing houses
5, 7, 9-59. Occupations in trades and services, n. e. c.
7-60. Attendants, filling stations and parking lots
Public Service Occupations, n. e. c.
5, 7, 9-61. Public service occupations, n. e. c.

Miscellaneous Occupations

(5, 7, 9-63 through 5, 7, 9-89)
7, 9-63.
7, 9-64. Nonprocess occupations in manufacturing, n. e. c.
7, 9-65.
7-68. Packing, filling, labeling, marking, bottling, and related occupations, n. e. c.
7-70. Firemen, other than process firemen
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7, 9-71. Oilers of machinery
5, 7-72. Engineers, stationary
5, 7-73. Cranemen, derrickmen, hoistmen, and shovelmen
5, 7-74. Blasters and powdermen
5, 7-75. Drillers, extraction of minerals and construction
5, 7-76. Inspectors, n. e. c.
5, 7, 9-77. Glaziers
5-78. Millwrights
5, 7-79. Mechanics and repairmen, railroad and carshop
5-80. Mechanics and repairmen, airplane
5, 7-81. Mechanics and repairmen, motor vehicle
5, 7, 9-83. Mechanics and repairmen, n. e. c.
5, 7-84. Tool sharpeners and dressers
7, 9-85. Garage laborers and car washers and greasers
5, 7, 9-86. Photographic process occupations
7, 9-87. Chainmen, rodmen, and axmen, surveying
5, 7-88. Warehousing, storekeeping, handling, loading, unloading, and related occupa-
tions, n. e. c.
5, 7, 9-89. Miscellaneous occupations, n. e. c.

Foremen

(5-91 through 5-99)

5-91. Foremen, manufacturing
5-93. Foremen, extraction of minerals
5-94. Foremen, construction
5-95. Foremen, transportation, communication, and utilities
5-97. Foremen, services, amusements
5-99. Foremen, n. e. c.
Apprentices

(7-93 through 7-99)

7-93. Carpenters' apprentices
7-94. Machinists' apprentices
7-95. Electricians' apprentices
7-96. Plumbers' apprentices
7-97. Apprentices to other construction and hand trades
7-98. Apprentices to printing trades
7-99. Apprentices to other trades
















Alphabetic Arrangement

Three Digit Occupational Groups


A

6-70. Abrasives, polishing products, and asbestos prod-
8-70. ucts manufacturing occupations
8-70. J
0-01. Accountants and auditors
1-15. Accounts and bills collectors
0-02. Actors and actresses
0-81. Advertising agents
1-48. Agents and appraisers, n. e. c.
0-12. Agents, county, and farm demonstrators
1-44. Agents, express, ticket, and station, transportation
1-85. Agents, sales, except to consumers
3-49. Agricultural occupations, n. e. c.
5-03.
S7-03. Aircraft building occupations, n e. c.
9-03.
5-56. 1
5-6. Amusement, recreation, and motion-picture occu-
7-56. J pations, n. e. c.
9-56.
3-07. Animal and livestock farmers
4-87.
6-87. Annealers, temperers, and heat treaters
8-87.
1-48. Appraisers and agents, n. e. c.
7-93. Apprentice carpenters
7-95. Apprentice electricians
7-94. Apprentice machinists
7-96. Apprentice plumbers
7-97. Apprentices to other construction and hand trades
7-99. Apprentices to other trades
7-98. Apprentices to printing trades
2-47. Apprentices to service occupations
0-03. Architects
0-44. Artists, commercial
0-04. Artists, sculptors, and teachers of art
5-33 Asbestos and insulation workers
7-33.
4-70. Asbestos products, abrasives, and polishing
70. products manufacturing occupations
8-70.
0-07. Assayers, chemists, and metallurgists
1-32. Assistants and attendants, dentists and physicians
1-20. Assistants and attendants, library
0-50. Assistants and technicians, laboratory
0-57. Athletes, sports instructors, and sports officials
2-44. Attendants, camp
7-60. Attendants, filling stations and parking lots
2-42. Attendants, hospitals and other institutions, n. e. c.
2-43. Attendants, professional and personal service, n. e. c.
2-40. Attendants, recreation and amusement, n. e. c.
1-51. Acutioneers
0-01. Auditors and accountants
0-06. Authors, editors and reporters
5-02.
7-02. Automobile manufacturing occupations, n. e. c.
9-02.


0-41. Aviators
7-87. Axmen, chainmen, and rodmen, surveying
9-87.1

B
2-92. Baggage porters
1-43. Baggagemen, transportation
2-67. Bailiffs and sheriffs
4-01. Bakers
4-02.1
6-02. Bakery products occupations, production
8-02.
2-32. Barbers, beauticians and manicurists
3-44. Barn bosses
2-21. Bartenders
2-32. Beauticians, barbers, and manicurists
2-22. Bellmen and related occupations
4-03.1
6-03. Beverage production occupations
8-03.
1-15. Bills and accounts collectors
3-31. Bindweed eradicators and blight control laborers
4-86. Blacksmiths, forgemen and hammermen
6-86.
5-74,. Blasters and powdermen
7-74.
3-31. Blight control laborers and bindweed eradicators
2-23. Boarding-house and lodging-house keepers
4-83B. Boilermakers
6-83. J
1-65. Bond and stock salesmen
1-01. Bookkeepers and cashiers, except bank cashiers
1-02. Bookkeeping machine operators
2-34. Bootblacks
4-61.
6-61. Boot and shoe manufacturing occupations
8-61.
5-38. Brakemen, railroad
7-38. )
5-24. Brick and stone masons, and tile setters
7-24.J
2-62. Bridge tenders and crossing watchmen
1-52. Brokerage and commission firms salesmen, n. e. c.
4-77.~ Buffers, polishers, filers, and grinders (metal)
6-77.J
0-74. Buyers and department heads (store)
0-91. Buyers and purchasing agents, n. e. c.


C
4-32. Cabinetmakers
2-44. Camp attendants
6-04. Canning and preserving occupations

1-55. Canvassers and solicitors
5-25. Carpenters
7-93. Carpenters' apprentices


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C- ar washers and greasers and garage laborers
1-01. Cashiers (except bank cashiers) and bookkeepers
3-01. Cash grain farmers
5-26. Cement and concrete finishers
7-26. J
6-67. Cement, concrete, gypsum, and plaster products
8-67. J manufacturing occupations
7-87.Chainmen, rodmen, and axmen, surveying

2-82. Charwomen and cleaners
5-36. Chauffeurs and drivers, bus, taxi, truck, and tractor
7-36.
1-03. Checkers
0-15. Chemical Engineers
4-53.
6-53. Chemical products producing occupations, n. e. c.
8-53.
0-07. Chemists, assayers, and metallurgists
0-42. Chiropractors
0-45. Chorus girls and dancers
0-16. Civil engineers
4-66.
6-66. Clay products producing occupations
8-66.
2-82. Cleaners and charwomen
5-57. 1
7-57. Cleaning occupations, apparel and other articles
9-57.
0-08. Clergymen
1-49. Clerks and kindred occupations, n. e. c.
1-16. Clerks, correspondence
1-17. Clerks, file
1-06. Clerks, financial institution, n. e. c.
1-04. Clerks, general
1-18. Clerks, general industry
1-05. Clerks, general office
1-07. Clerks, hotel, n. e. c.
1-08. Clerks, insurance, n. e. c.
1-12. Clerks in trade, n. e. c.
1-26. Clerks, payroll
1-27. Clerks, post office
1-10. Clerks, printing and publishing, n. e. c.
1-11. Clerks, railroad, n. e. c.
1-31. Clerks, railway mail
1-34. Clerks, receiving
1-70. Clerks, sales
1-96. Clerks, sales, dry cleaning and laundry
1-34. Clerks, shipping
1-36. Clerks, statistical
1-38. Clerks, stock
4-72 1
4-72. Clock, watch, jewelry, and precious metal articles
6-72. manufacturing occupations, n. e. c.
8-72. J
6-56. JCoal products and petroleum producing occupa-
8-56. J tions, miscellaneous, n. e. c.
2-68. Coast guards, sailors, soldiers, and marines, n. e. c.
1-15. Collectors, bills and accounts
0-11. College presidents, professors, and instructors
1-36. Compilers and statistical clerks
4-44.Compositors and typesetters
6-44. J
0-44. Commercial artists
1-52. Commission firms and brokerage salesmen, n. e. c.


& }' Concrete and cement finishers
7-26.
6-67. Concrete, gypsum, cement, and plaster products
8-67. manufacturing occupations
5-39. Conductors, bus and street railway
0-92. Conductors, railroad
4-05.
6-05. Confections production occupations
8-05.
-23. Construction machinery operators, n. e. c.

-32. Construction occupations, n. e. c.

9-32.
2-05. Cooks, domestic
2-26. Cooks, except private family
4-38.
6-38. Cooperage occupations, n. e. c.
8-38.
4-80. Coppersmiths, tinsmiths, and sheet metal workers
1-16. Correspondence clerks
3-02. Cotton farmers
3-47. Cotton ginners
2-12. County agents and farm demonstrators
-73. Cranemen, derrickmen, hoistmen, and shbo-e'lin-n
7-73. 1
0-85. Credit men
3-03. Crop specialty farmers
2-62. Crossing watchman and bridge tenders


D
3-04. Dairy farmers
4-06.1
6-06. Dairy products processing occupations
8-06.
0-45. Dancers and chorus girls
2-01. Day workers
7-48. Deckhands and sailors, except S. Navy
9-48.J
0-43. Decorators, and window dressers
1-56. Demonstrators
0-12. Demonstrators, farm and county agents
0-13. Dentists
1-32. Dentists' and phycisians' assistants and attendants
0-74. Department heads and buyers, store
5-73.Derrickmen, hoistmen, shovelmen, and cranemen
7-73. 1
0-48. Designers
2-65. Detectives and policemen, except in public 5-r-icc
2-66. Detectives and policemen, public service
4-76. Die sinkers and setters and toolmakers
0-48. Draftsmen
4-25. Dressmakers and seamstresses
6-25.1
5-75 Drillers, extraction of minerals and construction
7-75.1
5-36. Drivers and chauffeurs, bus, taxi, t, ruck, and tractor
7-36. J
5-57. 1
7-57. Dyeing occupations, apparel and other articles
9-57.
5-18. lDyers
7-18.







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E

0-06. Editors, authors, and reporters
0-17. Electrical engineers
4-99 1
9. Electrical machinery and accessories manufacturing
-99 occupations, n. e. c.
4-97. Electricians
7-95. Electricians' apprentices
4-74.
Electroplating, galvanizing, and related processes
-74 occupations
8-74. 1
4-45. Electrotypers and stereotypes
2-95. Elevator operators
0-65. Embalmers and undertakers
0-15. Engineers, chemical
0-16. Engineers, civil
0-17. Engineers, electrical
0-18. Engineers, industrial
5-41. Engineers, locomotive
0-19. Engineers, mechanical
0-20. Engineers, mining
0-88. Engineers, ship
-72.Engineers, stationary
7-72. J
4-73. Engravers
1-23. Errand boys, office boys and girls, and messengers
1-31. Express messengers and railway mail clerks
1-44. Express, ticket and station agents, transportation
5-22.
7-22. Extraction of mineral occupations, n. e. c.
9-22. 1

F
5-10. Fabricated plastic products manufacturing occupa-
7-10. tons
9-10. ons
3-36. Farm couples
0-12. Farm demonstrators and county agents
3-37. Farm foremen and managers
3-17. Farm hands, animals and livestock
3-12. Farm hands, cotton
3-13. Farm hands, crop specialty
3-14. Farm hands, dairy
3-15. Farm hands, fruit
3-16. Farm hands, general farms
3-11. Farm hands, grain
3-18. Farm hands, poultry
3-19. Farm hands, vegetable
3-37. Farm managers and foremen
3-35. Farm mechanics
3-01. Farmers, cash grain
3-02. Farmers, cotton
3-03. Farmers, crop specialty
3-04. Farmers, dairy
3-05. Farmers, fruit
3-06. Farmers, general
3-07. Farmers, livestock and animals
3-08. Farmers, poultry
3-09. Farmers, truck
4-07. Feed millers
6-07. J
-92. Ferrous and nonferrous metal production occupa-
-92 tions, n. e. c.
8-92.
1-17. File clerks


6-77. }Filers, grinders, buffers, and polishers (metal)
7-60. Filling station and parking lot attendants
1-06. Financial institution clerks, n. e. c.
4-3 9 Finished lumber products manufacturing occupa-
8-39. tions, miscellaneous
8-39.
2-63. Firemen, fire department
5-42. Firemen, locomotive
7-70. Firemen, other than process firemen
3-87. Fishermen and oystermen.
3-89. Fishing occupations, n. e. c.
4-85. Flame cutters and welders
6-85. )
0-75. Floormen and floor managers (stores)
4-07. Flour millers
6-07. 1
3-38. Flower growers and nursery operators
6-04 Food canning and preserving occupations
8-04. J
4-10. Food products producing occupations, miscella-
8-10.
810. J neous
3-37. Foremen and farm managers.
5-94. Foremen, construction
5-93. Foremen, extraction of minerals
5-91. Foremen, manufacturing
5-99. Foremen, n. e. c.
5-97. Foremen, services, amusements
5-95. Foremen, transportation, communication, and
utilities
3-91. Forestry occupations, except logging
4-86. Forgemen, hammermen, and blacksmiths
6-86.J
4-88. Forging occupations in mechanical treatment of
6-88. J metals
4-82.
6-82. Foundry occupations, n. e. c.
8-82.
3-30. Fruit and vegetable graders and packers
3-05. Fruit farmers
4-21.
6-21. Fur goods fabricating occupations, n. e. c.
8-21.
4-91 Furnacemen, smelters, and pourers
6-91.J
4-36.1
6-36. Furniture manufacturing occupations, n. e. c.
8-36.
4-21. 1
21. Furriers and occupations in fabrication of fur goods,
8-21.
8-21.J n.e. c.

G

-74. Galvanizing, electroplating, and related processes

8-74.
8-74. occupations

7-85. Garage laborers and car washers and greasers
9-85.
3-40. Gardeners and grounds keepers, parks, cemeteries,
etc.
5-30. Gas fitters, steam fitters, and plumbers
7-45. Gatemen and train callers
4-65.
6-65. Glass and glass products producing occupations
8-65.








XXII


5-77. 1
7-77. Glaziers
9-77. -
4-71. Goldsmiths, silversmiths, jewelers, and watchmakers
3-30. Graders and packers, fruit and vegetable
4-29' Graders, inspectors, and scalers, logs & lumber
6-29.
4-07. Grain millers
6-07.1
4-08.1
6-08. Grain-mill products production occupations, n. e. c.
8-08.
4-77. Grinders, buffers, polishers, and filers (metal)
6-77.
3-40. Grounds keepers and gardeners, parks, cemeteries,
etc.
2-61. Guards and watchmen, except crossing watchmen
2-36. Guides, except hunting and trapping
6-67. JGypsum, cement, concrete, and plaster products,
8-67. J production occupations


H
4-86. Hammermen, blacksmiths, and forgemen

4-24.
6-24. Hat and cap manufacturing occupations, n. e. c.
8-24.
3-41. Hatcherymen
0-52. Healers and medical service occupations, n. e. c.
4-87. 1
6-87. Heat treaters, annealers, and temperers
8-87.
5-73. Hoistmen, shovelmen, cranemen, and derrickmen
7-73.
2-25. Hostesses, housekeepers, and stewards
0-71. Hotel and restaurant managers
1-07. Hotel clerks, n. e. c.
2-03. Housekeepers, private family
2-25. Housekeepers, stewards, and hostesses
2-24. Housemen and maids, hotels and restaurants, etc.
2-04. Housemen and yardmen
1-61. Hucksters and peddlers
3-97. Hunters and trappers
3-96. Hunting and trapping guides



4-52.
6-52. Industrial chemical producing occupations
8-52.
0-18. Industrial engineers
5-76. }
7-76. Inspectors, n. e. c.

1-29. Inspectors, scalers, and graders, logs and lumber
6-Z9, 1
0-79. Inspectors, managerial and official
0-95. Inspectors, public service, n. e. c.
0-32. Instructors and teachers, n. e. c.
0-11. Instructors, college
5-33. Insulation and asbestos workers
7-33. J
1-08. Insurance clerks, n. e. c.
1-57. Insurance salesmen
4-95 Inter-industry metal workings occupations, n, e. c.
6-95.
3-32. Irrigation occupations


J
4-71. Jewelers, watchmakers, goldsmiths, and silvw--mithz
4-72. 1 Jewelry, clock, watch, and percious m~ -i ar-ic.s
6-72 manufacturing occupations, n. e. c.
8-72. )
0-22. Judges and lawyers


K

0-30. Kindergarten and primary school teachers
2-29. Kitchen workers in hotels, restaurants, railroads,
steamships, etc., n. e. c.
4-14.1
6-14. (Knit goods manufacturing occupations
8-14.

L

0-50. Laboratory technicians and assistants
3-31. Laborers, blight control
3-42. Laborers, hatchery
3-39. Laborers, landscaping and nursery
3-39. Landscaping and nursery laborers
5-57. 1
7-57. Laundering occupations, apparel and other articles
9-57.
2-02. Laundresses, private family
0-22. Lawyers and judges
4-59.1
6-59. Leather manufacturing occupations
8-59.J
4-62. Leather products manufacturing cccupstions. other
6-62. than boots and shoes
8-62.
5-08. Lens grinders, lens polishers, and opticians
0-23. Librarians
1-20. Library Assistants and Attendants
5-53. ,Linemen and servicemen, telegraph, telephone, and
7-53. J power
4-46. Lithographers
5-41. Locomotive engineers
5-42. Locomotive firemen
0-83. Lodge, union, and society officials
2-23. Lodging-house and boarding-house keepers
-47. Longshoremen and stevedores

4-16. Loom fixers
4-30.
6-30. Lumbermen, raftsmen, and woodchoppers
8-30.

M
4-78. 1
6-78. Machine shop and related occupations, n. e. c.
8-78. J
4-75. Machinists
7-94. Machinists' apprentices
2-24. Maids and housemen, hotels, restaurants, etc.
2-06. Maids, general
2-07. Maids, nurse
2-08. Maids, parlor
1-28. Mail carriers
0-97. Managers and officials, n. e. c.
0-87. Managers and superintendents, buildings
3-37. Managers, farm
0-71. Managers, hotel and restaurant








XXIII


0-72. Managers, retail
0-73. Managers, wholesale
2-32. Manicurists, barbers, and beauticians
2-68. Marines, sailors, soldiers, and coast guards, n. e. c.
0-88. Mates, pilots, engineers, and captains (ship)
5-58. Meatcutters, except in slaughtering and packing
7-58. houses
9-58.
0-19. Mechanical engineers
4-88. Mechanical treatment of metals occupations (roll-
6-88. J ing, stamping, forging, pressing, etc.)
5-80. Mechanics and repairmen, airplane
5-81. .Mechanics and repairmen, motor vehicle
7-81.J
5-83.
7-83. Mechanics and repairmen, n. e. c.
9-83.
5-79.Mechanics and repairmen, railroad and carshop
3-35. Mechanics, farm
0-52. Medical service occupations, n. e. c.
1-23. Messengers, errand boys, and office boys and girls
1-31. Messengers, express
4-95. Metal working occupations, inter-industry, n. e. c.
6-95.
1-24. Messengers, telegraph
4-93.
6-93. Metal products fabrication occupations, n. e. c.
8-93.
0-07. Metallurgists, assayers, and chemists
2-38. Midwives and practical nurses
4-07. }Millers, grain, flour, feed, etc.
6-07.
4-23. Milliners
5-78. Millwrights
0-20. Mining engineers
5-21. }Mining machine operators, and miners
7-21.
5-21. Miners, and mining machine operators
5-0021.
5-00. Miscellaneous electrical equipment
7-00 manufacturing occupations
9-00.
4-. Miscellaneous finished lumber products manufac-
-39. turning occupations, n. e. c.
8-39.
5-89.
7-89. Miscellaneous occupations, n. e. c.
9-89.
5-13.
7-13. Miscellaneous products manufacturing occupations
9-13.
5-17.}Model and pattern makers, except paper

4-81. Molders

556. Motion picture, amusement, and recreation occu-
7-56..
9-56 pations, n. e. c.
9-56.J
5-55. }Motion picture projectionists
7-55. J
5-43. Motormen, street, subway, and elevated railway
5-40. Motormen (vehicle), except railroad, railway, and
7-40. J bus
0-24. Music Teachers and Musicians
0-24. Musicians and teachers of music


N
1-58. Newsboys
7-63. Nonprocess occupations in manufacturing, n e. c.
9-63.1
4-18. Nonprocess occupations in manufacture of textiles,
6-18. J n.e. c.
2-07. Nursemaids
3-39. Nursery and landscaping laborers
3-38. Nursery operators and flower growers
2-38. Nurses, practical
0-33. Nurses, trained


0

1-23. Office boys and girls, messengers, and errand boys
1-25. Office machine operators
0-97. Officials and managers, n. e. c.
0-83. Officials of lodges, societies, and unions, etc.
0-94. Officials, public, n. e. c.
7-71. Oilers of machinery
9-71. )
1-02. Operators, bookkeeping machine
-24. Operators, construction machinery

2-95. Operators, elevator
5-21. }Operators, mining machine
7-21.1
3-38. Operators, nursery
1-25. Operators, office machine
5-51. Operators, power station
0-61. Operators, radio
1-41. Operators, telegraph
1-42. Operators, telephone
5-08. Opticians, lens grinders and polishers
0-53. Optometrists
4-90. Ore dressing occupations
6-90.1
5-12. Organ and piano tuners
4-84.
6-84. Ornamental- and structural-metal workers
8-84.
3-87. Oystermen and fishermen


P

3-30. Packers and graders, fruit and vegetable
7-68. Packing, filling, labeling, marking, bottling, and
related occupations, n. e. c.
4-50.
6-50. Paint and varnish producing occupations
8-50. J

7-27. Painters, construction and maintenance
5-16. 1
7-16. Painters, except construction and maintenance
9-16.
4-41. 1
6-41. Paper and pulp manufacturing occupations
8-41.
6-42. 1
6-42. Paper goods manufacturing occupations
8-42. 1
5-28. Paperhangers
7-60. Parking lot and filling station attendants
2-03. Parlormaids








XXIV


5 Pattern and model makers, except paper
7-17.1
1-26. Paymasters, payroll clerks, and timekeepers
1-61. Peddlers and hucksters
6-56. jPetroleum and coal products producing occupations,
8-56. J miscellaneous, n. e. c.
5-20. 1
7-20. Petroleum production occupations
9-20.
4-55.
6-55. Petroleum refining occupations
8-55.
0-25. Pharmacists
4-98. 1
6-98. Phonograph and radio manufacturing occupations
8-98.
4-47. Photoengravers
0-56. Photographers
5-86.
7-86. Photographic process occupations
9-86.
1-32. Physicians' and dentists' assistants and attendants
0-26. Physicians and surgeons
5-12. Piano and organ tuners
0-88. Pilots, engineers, captains, and mates (ship)
4-34.
6-34. Planing mill occupations, n. e. c.
8-34.
6-67; Plaster products, concrete, gypsum, and cement
8-67. J producing occupations
5-29. Plasterers
4-48. Plate printers and pressmen, printing
7-96. Plumbers' apprentices
5-30. Plumbers, gas fitters, and steamfitters
2-65. Policemen and detectives, except in public service
2-66. Policemen and detectives, public service
4-77. Polishers, filers, grinders, and buffers (metal)
6-77.J
4-70. Polishing products, abrasives, and asbestos products
6-70. manufacturing occupations
8-70.
2-92. Porters, baggage
2-86. Porters, n. e. c.
2-91. Porters, pullman
1-27. Post office clerks
3-08. Poultry farmers
4-91.
4-91. Pourers, furnacemen, and smelters
6-91. J
5-74. Powdermen and blasters
7-74.1
5-51. Power station operators
0-11. Presidents, college
5-57.
7-57. Pressing occupations, apparel and other articles
9-57.
4-88. jPressing occupations in mechanical treatment of
6-88. metals
4-48. Pressmen and plate printers, printing
0-30. Primary school and kindergarten teachers
0-31. Principals and teachers (secondary school)
1-10. Printing and publishing clerks, n. e. c.
4-49.
6-49. Printing and publishing occupations, n. e. c.
8-49.
5-09. Professional and scientific apparatus manufacturing

9-09. occupations, n. e. c.
9-09. 1


0-38. Professional occupations, n. e. c.
0-11. Professors, university
0-94. Public officials, n. e. c.
5-61.1
7-61. Public service occupations, n. e. c.
9-61.
2-91. Pullman porters
4-41.1
6-41. Pulp and paper manufacturing occupati~c-
8-41.
0-91. Purchasing agents and buyers, n. e. c.


R
4-98.
6-98. Radio and phonograph manufacturing occupations
8-98.
0-61. Radio operators
4-30.
6-30. Raftsmen, woodchoppers, and lumbermen
8-30.
1-11. Railroad clerks, n. e. c.
0-92. Railroad conductors.
1-31. Railway mail clerks and expres- mess--ner-
4-51.
6-51. Rayon and allied products producing o-ccupations
8-51.
1-63. Real estate salesmen
1-34. Receiving and shipping clerks
5-56. '
7-56. Recreation, amusement, and motion picture occu-
9-56. J pations, n. e. c.
9-56.
5-80. Repairmen and mechanics, airplane
5- 81 Repairmen and mechanics, motor vehicle
7-81.
5-83.
7-83. Repairmen and mechanics, n. e. c.
9-83.
5-79. Repairmen and mechanics, railroad and car shop
7-79.1
0-06. Reporters, authors, and editors
0-71. Restaurant and hotel managers
0-72. Retail managers
7-87. }Rodmen, axmen, and chainmen, surveying
9-87.
4-88. IRolling occupations in mechanical treatment of
6-88. J metals
7-31. Roofers and slaters
7-35. Routemen
9-35.
4-57.
6-57. Rubber goods producing occupations
8-57.
S

7-48. }Sailors and deckhands, except U. S. .Navy
9-48. )
2-68. Sailors, soldiers, marines, and coast guards, n. e. c.
1-85. Sales agents and salesmen, except to consumers
1-70. Sales clerks
1-96. Sales clerks, dry cleaning and laundry
1-85. Salesmen and sales agents, except to consumers
1-52. Salesmen, brokerage and commission firms, n. e. c.
1-57. Salesmen, insurance
1-63. Salesmen, real estate
1-65. Salesmen, stock and bond
1-80. Salesmen, to consumers








XXV


1-75. Salespersons
4-31.1
6-31. Sawmill occupations, n. e. c.
8-31.
4-. Scalers, graders, and inspectors, logs and lumber

S scientific and professional apparatus manufacturing
S_ occupations, n. e. c.
9-09. j
0-04. Sculptors, teachers of art, and artists
4-25. Seamstresses and Dressmakers

3-88. Seaweed and sponge gatherers
0-31. Secondary school teachers and principals
1-33. Secretaries
0-68. Semiprofessional occupations, n. e. c.
2-09. Servants, miscellaneous, private family
5-53. IServicemen and linemen, telegraph, telephone, and
7-53. power
4-80. Sheet metal workers, coppersmiths, and tinsmiths
2-67. Sheriffs and bailiffs
0-88. Ship captains, mates, pilots, and engineers
2-28. Ship stewards
1-34. Shipping and receiving clerks
4-61. 1
6-61. Shoe and boot manufacturing occupations
8-61. j
4-60. Shoe repairmen and shoemakers, not in factory
1-97. Shoppers
5. Shovelmen, cranemen, derrickmen, and hoistmen

0-62. Showmen
4-71. Silversmiths, goldsmiths, jewelers, and watchmakers
7-31. Slaters and roofers.
49.Slaughtering and meat products preparing occupa-
6-09. tions
8-09.
4-91 Smelters, pourers, and furnacemen

0-27. Social and welfare workers
0-83. Society, lodge, and union officials
2-68. Soldiers, sailors, marines, and coast guards, n. e. c.
1-55. Solicitors and canvassers
3-89. Sponge and seaweed gatherers
0-57. Sports instructors, athletes, and sports officials
3-43. Stablemen
4-88. Stamping occupations in mechanical treatment of
6-88. J metals
1-44. Station, express, and ticket agents, transportation
1-36. Statistical clerks and compilers
0-28. Statisticians
5-30. Steam fitters, gas fitters, and plumbers
1-37. Stenographers and typists
4-45. Stereotypers and electrotypers
7-4. Stevedores and longshoremen

2-25. Stewards, hostesses, and housekeepers
2-28. Stewards, ship
1-65. Stock and bond salesmen
1-38. Stock clerks
5-. Stone and brick masons and tile setters

4-68. Stonecutters
4-69. 1
6-69. *Stoneworking occupations, n. e. c.
8-69. J


4-84. 1
6-84. Structural- and ornamental-metal workers
8-84.
0-87. Superintendents and managers, buildings
5-44 Switchmen, railroad

0-26. Surgeons and physicians
0-64. Surveyors


T

4-26. Tailors
0-30. Teachers (kindergarten and primary school)
0-31. Teachers (secondary school) and principals
0-32. Teachers and instructors, n. e. c.
0-04. Teachers of art, artists, and sculptors
0-24. Teachers of music and musicians
5-37. Teamsters
7-37. t
3-48. Technical agricultural occupations, n. e. c.
0-66. Technicians (except laboratory)
0-50. Technicians and assistants, laboratory
1-24. Telegraph messengers
1-41. Telegraph operators
1-42. Telephone operators
4-87.1
6-87. Temperers, heat treaters, and annealers
8-87.
4-19. 1
6-19. Textile manufacturing occupations, n. e. c.
8-19.
4-18. ITextile manufacturing occupations, n. e. c. (non
6-18.J process)
4-27.1
6-27. Textile products fabricating occupations, n. e. c.
8-27. I
4-15. Textile weavers
1-44. Ticket, station, and express agents, transportation
5-24. Tile setters, stone and brick masons
7-24.
1-26. Timekeepers, paymasters, and payroll clerks
4-80. Tinsmiths, coppersmiths, and sheet metal workers
4-12.
6-12. Tobacco products manufacturing occupations
8-12.
5-84.' Tool dressers and sharpeners
7-84.
4-76. Toolmakers and die sinkers and setters
5-59.
7-59. Trades and services occupations, n. e. c.
9-59.
7-45. Train callers and gatemen
0-33. Trained nurses
5-05. Transportation equipment building occupations,
-05. n. e. c. (except automobiles and aircraft)
9-05.
5-49.
7-49. Transportation occupations, n. e. c.
9-49.
3-97. Trappers and hunters
3-96. Trapping and hunting guides
3-09. Truck farmers

4-44. Typesetters and compositors
6-44. Typists and s
1-37. Typists and stenographers







XXVI


U

0-65. Undertakers and embalmers
0-83. Union, lodge, and society officials
4-35. Upholsterers
6-35. 1
2-48. Ushers
-54.Utilities furnishing, occupations, n. e. c.
9-54.

V
4-50. Varnish and paint producing occupations
6-50.
8-50.
3-30. Vegetable and fruit graders and packers
0-34. Veterinarians

W
2-27. Waiters and waitresses, except private family
5-88. Warehousing, storekeeping, handling, loading, un-
7-88. J loading, and related occupations


4-72. 1
4-72. Watch, jewelry, clock, and precious metia articles
-72. manufacturing occupations, n. e. c.
8-72. '
4-71. Watchmakers, goldsmiths, silversmiths, and jewe! r
2-61. Watchmen and guards, except crossing watchmen
4-15. Weavers, textile
1-45. Weighers
4-85. Welders and flame cutters
6-85.J
0-27. Welfare and social workers
0-73. Wholesale managers
0-43. Window dressers and decorators
4-30.
6-30. Woodchoppers, lumbermen, and raftsmen
8-30.
4-33.1
6-33. Woodworking occupations, (general), n. e. c.
8-33.

Y
2-04. Yardmen and housemen
















PROFESSIONAL AND MANAGERIAL OCCUPATIONS

(0-00.00 through 0-99.99)

PROFESSIONAL OCCUPATIONS

(0-00.00 through 0-39.99)

This group includes occupations that predominantly require a high degree
of mental activity by the worker and are concerned with theoretical or practical
aspects of complex fields of human endeavor. Such occupations require for the
proper performance of the work, either extensive and comprehensive academic
study, or experience of such scope and character as to provide an equivalent
background, or a combination of such education and experience.
Typical professional occupations are those of doctor, lawyer, architect, me-
chanical engineer, chemist, physicist, astronomer, editor, actor, and musician.
Of these, mechanical engineer, architect, astronomer, and doctor are primarily
concerned with the development or the practical application of formal and well-
organized fields of theoretical knowledge; whereas occupations, such as editor,
actor, and librarian are concerned with activities that demand acquired abilities
which may properly be considered of a professional character, but may not
require the background of a formal field of knowledge.


0-01. ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS

0-01.10 ACCOUNTANT, COST (profess. & kin.)
ACCOUNTANT, PLANT (profess. & kin.)
accountant, shop
ACCOUNTANT, STOREHOUSE (profess. & kin.)
0-01.20 ACCOUNTANT, GENERAL (profess. & kin.)
ACCOUNTANT, CHIEF (profess. & kin.)
0-01.30 ACCOUNTANT, PUBLIC (profess. & kin.)
0-01.40 ACCOUNTANT, TAX (profess. & kin.)
0-01.50 BUDGET ENGINEER (light, heat, & power)
0-01.60 AUDITOR (profess. & kin)
PROPERTY-REHABILITATION CLERK (insurance)
RESIDENT AUDITOR (banking)
TRAVELING AUDITOR (banking)
0-01.70 CONTROLLER (profess. & kin.)
comptroller
PAY-ROLL CONTROLLER (profess. & kin.)

0-02. ACTORS AND ACTRESSES

0-02.11 ACTOR (amuse. & rec.)
CHARACTER MAN (amuse. & rec.)
HEAVY (amuse. & rec.)
second man
JUVENILE (amuse. & rec.)
LEADING MAN I (amuse. & rec.)
STOOGE (amuse. & rec.)
STRAIGHT MAN (amuse. & rec.)
UNDERSTUDY (amuse. & rec.)


0-02.15 ACTRESS (amuse. & rec.)
CHARACTER WOMAN (amuse. & rec.)
INGENUE (amuse. & rec.)
LEADING WOMAN (amuse. & rec.)
lead
SECOND WOMAN (amuse. & rec.)
UNDERSTUDY (amuse. & rec.)
0-02.21 COMEDIAN (amuse. & rec.)
*MINSTREL (amuse. & rec.)
END MAN (amuse. & rec.)
0-02.23 IMPERSONATOR (amuse. & rec.)
imitator
ANIMAL IMPERSONATOR (amuse. & rec.)
FEMALE IMPERSONATOR (amuse. & rec.)
MALE IMPERSONATOR (amuse. & rec.)
MIMIC (amuse. & rec.)
mime
0-02.25 DRAMATIC READER (amuse. & rec.)
elocutionist
reader
0-02.31 DRAMATIC COACH (profess. & kin.)
0-02.35 DIRECTOR (motion pic.)
*DIRECTOR, CAST (motion pic.)
*DIRECTOR, CASTING (motion pic.)
*DIRECTOR, STAGE (amuse. & rec.)
director, theatrical
0-02.37 MANAGER, STAGE (amuse. & rec.)
0-02.41 TEACHER, DRAMA (education)
instructor, drama
teacher, dramatic art
(1)








0-02.41


0-06.44


0-02.41 TEACHER, DRAMA-Continued.
TEACHER, DRAMATIC SCHOOL (education)
instructor, dramatic school
0-03. ARCHITECTS
0-03.10 ARCHITECT, BUILDING (profess. & kin.)
architectural designer
0-03.20 ARCHITECT, LANDSCAPE (profess. & kin.)
landscape designer
0-03.30 ARCHITECT, MARINE (profess. & kin.)
architect, naval
naval designer

0-04. ARTISTS, SCULPTORS, AND TEACHERS
OF ART
0-04.01 PAINTER IV (profess. & kin.)
COVER DESIGNER (profess. & kin.)
PAINTER, CRAYON (profess. & kin.)
PAINTER, FRESCO (profess. & kin.)
PAINTER, GENRE (profess. & kin.)
PAINTER, LANDSCAPE (profess. & kin.)
artist, landscape
PAINTER, MINIATURE (profess. & kin.)
PAINTER, MURAL (profess. & kin.)
PAINTER, OIL (profess. & kin.)
PAINTER, PORTRAIT (profess. & kin.)
portraitist
PAINTER, STATUARY (profess. & kin.)
PAINTER, STILL LIFE (profess. & kin.)
SCENIC ARTIST (motion pic.)
artist
scene painter
scenery painter
scenic-artist journeyman
*CHARGEMAN III (motion pic.)
master scenic artist or foreman
0-04.21 PAINTER, GLASS (glass prod.)
glass stainer
painter, stained glass
0-04.25 CARTOON MAKER, STAINED GLASS (profess. &
kin.)
0-04.31 SCULPTOR (profess. & kin.)
modeler
statue maker
SCULPTRESS (profess. & kin.)
0-04.41 CARTOONIST (print. & pub.)
EDITORIAL CARTOONIST (print. & pub.)
SKETCH PORTRAITIST (profess. & kin.)
SPORTS CARTOONIST (print. & pub.)
0-04.51 TEACHER, ART (education)
instructor, art
DIRECTOR, ART I (education)
TEACHER, ANTIQUE DRAWING (education)
instructor, antique drawing
TEACHER, LIFE DRAWING (education)
instructor, life drawing
TEACHER, LIFE PAINTING (education)
instructor, life painting
TEACHER, SCULPTURING (education)
instructor, sculpturing
TEACHER, STILL LIFE (education)
instructor, still life

0-06. AUTHORS, EDITORS, AND REPORTERS

Freelance Writers (0-06.00 through 0-06.19)
0-06.01 BIOGRAPHER (profess. & kin.)
0-06.02 ESSAYIST (profess. & kin.)


0-06.03 HUMORIST (profess. & kin.)
0-06.04 LITERARY WRITER (profess. & kin.)
fiction writer
novelist
story writer
writer
MAGAZINE WRITER (profess. & kin."
SHORT-STORY WRITER (profess. & kin.)
0-06.05 PLAYWRIGHT (profess. & kin.)
dramatist
play writer
0-06.06 POET (profess. & kin.)
POETESS (profess. & kin.)
0-06.07 PUBLICIST (profess. & kin.)

Writers and Editors, Motion Picture and Radio
(0-06.20 through 0-06.39)

0-06.21 ADAPTER I (motion pic.)
0-06.22 COLLABORATOR (amuse. & rec.: profess. & '-rin.)
dramaturge (amuse. & rec.)
play doctor (amuse. & rec.)
0-06.23 CONTINUITY WRITER I (amuse. & rec.; motion
pic.)
0-06.24 CONTINUTIY WRITER II (radio broad.)
continuity man
0-06.25 EDITOR, NEWS I (radio broad.)
0-06.26 EDITOR, NEWS-REEL (motion pic.).
0-06.27 EDITOR, SCENARIO (motion pic.)
editor, production
0-06.28 EDITOR, FILM (motion pie.)
0-06.31 GAG WRITER (motion pic.)
0-06.32 SCRIPT WRITER (radio broad.)
program writer
0-06.33 SCRIPT READER (radio broad.)
editor
CONTINUITY READER (radio broad.)
editor
0-06.34 SCENARIO WRITER (motion pic.)
0-06.35 TITLE WRITER (motion pie.)

Editors and Editorial Writers, Publications
(0-06.40 through 0-06.59)

0-06.42 EDITOR, BOOK (print. & pub.)
0-06.43 EDITOR, CITY (print. & publ)
EDITOR. CITY, DAY (print. & pub.)
EDITOR, CITY, NIGHT (print. & pub.)
0-06.44 EDITOR, DEPARTMENT (print. & pub.)
EDITOR, AMUSEMENT PAGE (print. & pub.)
editor, dramatic
EDITOR, ART (print. & pub.)
EDITOR, BOOR PAGE (print. & pub.)
editor, literary
EDITOR, CLUB I (print. & pub.)
EDITOR, COUNTY (print. & pub.)
EDITOR, FASHION (print. & pub.)
EDITOR, FEATURE (print. & pub.)
EDITOR, FINANCIAL (print. & pub.)
EDITOR, HOUSEHOLD (print. & pub.)
EDITOR, JUNIOR PAGE (print. & pub.)
editor, club
EDITOR, MARINE (print. & pub.)
editor, shipping news
EDITOR, MUSIC (print. & pub.)
EDITOR, RADIO (print. & pub.)
EDITOR, REAL ESTATE (print. & pub.)
EDITOR, SCREEN (print. & pub.)








0-06.44


0-06.44 EDITOR, DEPARTMENT-Continued.
EDITOR, SOCIETY (print. & pub.)
EDITOR, SPORTS (print. & pub.)
EDITOR, STAGE (print. & pub.)
EDITOR, STATE (print. & pub.)
EDITOR, SUNDAY (print. & pub.)
EDITOR, WOMEN'S DEPARTMENT (print. &
pub.)
0-06.45 EDITOR, EDITORIAL PAGE (print. & pub.)
0-06.46 EDITOR, MAGAZINE (print. & pub.)
0-06.47 EDITOR, MANAGING, NEWSPAPER (print. & pub.)
0-06.48 EDITOR, NEWS I (print. & pub.)
copy reader, head
editor, copy
editor, make-up
man-in-the-slot
slot man
0-06.51 EDITOR, NEWSPAPER (print. & pub.)
editor-in-chief, newspaper
0-06.52 EDITOR, TELEGRAPH (print. & pub.)
editor, wire
0-06.53 EDITOR, TRADE-OR-TECHNICAL PUBLICATION
(print. & pub.)
EDITOR, HOUSE ORGAN (print. & pub.)
0-06.54 EDITORIAL WRITER (print. & pub.)
0-06.55 READER, FIRST I (print. & pub.)

Reporters (0.06.70 through 0-06.79)

0-06.71 REPORTER (print. & pub.)
leg man
news gatherer
news hawk
news reporter
CORRESPONDENT III (print. & pub.)
newspaper correspondent
FEATURE REPORTER (print. & pub.)
feature writer
FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT II (print. & pub.)

Miscellaneous Writers (0-06.90 through 0-06.99)

0-06.91 HISTORIAN (profess. & kin.)
0-06.92 COPY READER (print. & pub.)
deskman
headline writer
rewrite man
COPY READER, BOOK (print. & pub.)
0-06.93 REWRITE MAN II (print. & pub.)
rewriter
0-06.94 COPY WRITER (profess. & kin.)
advertising-copy writer
ad writer
0-06.95 LIBRETTIST (profess. & kin.)
0-06.96 BOOK CRITIC II (print. & pub.)
manuscript reader
reader
0-06.97 PUBLIC-RELATIONS MAN I (profess. & kin.)
director, public relations
director, publicity
director, publicity bureau
manager, promotion
manager, publicity
press agent
promotion man
promotional aide
public-relations counsel
publicity agent
publicity man


0-07.32


0-06.97 PUBLIC-RELATIONS MAN I-Continued.
publicity specialist
publicity supervisor
publicity writer
*PUBLIC-RELATIONS MAN II (profess. & kin.)
manager, sales promotion
sales promoter
DEALER-CONTACT MAN (profess. & kind.)
0-06.98 HISTORICAL-RESEARCH ASSISTANT (profess. &
kin.)

0-07. CHEMISTS, ASSAYERS, AND METAL-
LURGISTS

Organic Chemists (0-07.01 through 0-07.09)

0-07.01 CHEMIST (vinous liquors)
enologist
fermentologist
0-07.02 CHEMIST, BIOLOGICAL (profess. & kin.)
biochemist
CHEMIST (can. & preserve )
analyst
CHEMIST (confection.)
CHEMIST (dairy prod.)
CHEMIST (grain & feed mill.)
CHEMIST (ice cream)
analyst
CHEMIST, FOOD (profess. & kin.)
CHEMIST, NUTRITIONAL (profess. & kin.)
nutritionist
CHEMIST, PHARMACEUTICAL (profess. & kin.)
CHEMIST. PHYSIOLOGICAL (profess. & kin.)
FOOD ANALYST (gov. ser.)
LABORATORY DIRECTOR (dairy prod.)
0-07.03 CHEMIST, ORGANIC (profess. & kin.)
CHEMIST (paint & varn.)
CHEMIST (petrol. refin.)
chemist, laboratory
chemist, plant control
CHEMIST (turp. & rosin)
CHEMIST (wood. preserving)
CHEMIST, RESEARCH I (petrol. refin.)
CHEMIST, SPECIALTY TESTING (petrol. refin.)
chemist, special testing
CHEMIST, TEXTILE (textile)
DYE EXPERT (profess. & kin.)
PAINT FORMULATOR (paint & varn.)
0-07.04 CHEMIST, PHYSICAL (profess. & kin.)
ELECTRO-CHEMIST (profess. & kin.)

Inorganic Chemists (0-07.21 through 0-07.29)
0-07.21 CHEMIST, INORGANIC (profess. & kin.)
ASSAYER (profess. & kin.)
CEMENT TESTER (cement)
physical analyst
physical tester
tester
CHEMIST, ASSAY (profess. & kin.)
CHEMIST, FOUNDRY (found.)
test-bar man
CHEMIST, METALURGICAL (profess. & kin.)
WATER SOFTENER II (leather m'g.)
0-07.22 FORMULA MAN II (leather mfg.)

Metallurgists (0-07.31 through 0-07.39)
0-07.31 METALLURGIST I (jewelry)
0-07.32 METALLURGIST II (profess. & kin.)








0-07.91


0-17.01


Miscellaneous Chemists and Related Occupations
(0-07.90 through 0-07.99)

0-07.91 PHARMACOGNOSIST (profess. & kin.)

0-08. CLERGYMEN

0-08.10 CLERGYMAN (profess. & kin.)
minister
pastor
preacher
rector


0-11. COLLEGE PRESIDENTS,
AND INSTRUCTORS


PROFESSORS,


0-11.10 PRESIDENT, EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION (educa-
tion)
PRESIDENT, BUSINESS SCHOOL
PRESIDENT, COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY
PRESIDENT, NORMAL SCHOOL
0-11.20 DEAN (education)
DEAN OF WOMEN (education)
0-11.50 TEACHER, COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY (education)
instructor, college or university
ASSISTANT, COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY (educa-
tion)
tutor, college or university
DEPARTMENT HEAD, COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY
(education)
INSTRUCTOR, CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL (edu-
cation)
INSTRUCTOR, ELECTRICAL SCHOOL (education)
INSTRUCTOR, ENGINEERING (education)
INSTRUCTOR, EXTENSION WORK (education)
INSTRUCTOR, GOVERNMENT (education)
INSTRUCTOR, SEWING (education)
teacher, sewing
PROFESSOR, ASSISTANT, COLLEGE OR UNIVER-
SITY (education) /
PROFESSOR, ASSOCIATE, COLLEGE OR UNIVER-
SITY (education)
PROFESSOR, COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY (educa-
tion)
TEACHER, BIBLE (education)
instructor, Bible
TEACHER, BIBLE SCHOOL (education)
instructor, Bible school -
TEACHER, COMMERCIAL (education)
instructor, commercial
TEACHER, COOKING (education)
instructor, cooking
TEACHER, ENGLISH (education)
instructor, English
TEACHER, HOME ECONOMICS (education)
instructor, domestic science
instructor, home economics
teacher, domestic science
TEACHER, LANGUAGE (education)
instructor, language
TEACHER, NORMAL SCHOOL (education)
instructor, normal school
TEACHER, STENOGRAPHY (education)
instructor, stenography
0-11.70 DIRECTOR, EXTENSION WORK (education)


0-12. COUNTY AGENTS AND FARM DEMON-
STRATORS

0-12.10 FOUR-H AGENT (gov. ser.)
0-12.20 COUNTY-AGRICULTURAL AGENT (gov. ser.)
agricultural agent
county adviser
county agent
county demonstrator
extension-service agent
extension worker
farm adviser
farm agent
farm-bureau agent
farm demonstrator
0-12.30 HOME DEMONSTRATION AGENT (gov. ser.)
home-economics expert
home-economics-extension worker

0-13. DENTISTS

0-13.10 DENTIST (medical ser.)
dental surgeon
doctor of dentistry
EXODONTIST (medical ser.)
ORAL SURGEON (medical ser.)
ORTHODONTIST (medical ser.)
PEDIODONTIST (medical ser.)
PERIODONTIST (medical ser.)
PROSTHODONTIST (medical ser.)
PUBLIC-HEALTH DENTIST (gov. ser.)
RADIODENTIST- (medical ser.)

0-15. ENGINEERS, CHEMICAL
0-15:01 CHEMICAL ENGINEER (profess. & kin.)
01i5.11 CERAMIC ENGINEER (profess. & kin.)
BRICKMAKER II (brick & tile)

0-16. ENGINEERS, CIVIL

0-16.01 CIVIL ENGINEER (profess. & kin.)
ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEER (profess. & kin.)
ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEER, CHIEF (profess. &
kin.)
BUILDING-CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER (const.)
erecting engineer
CITY-PLANNING ENGINEER (gov. ser.)
CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER (COnst.)
ESTIMATING ENGINEER (profess. & kin.)
HIGHWAY ENGINEER (Const.)
HYDRAULIC ENGINEER (profess. & kin.)
INSURANCE COMPANY ENGINEER (insurance)
IRRIGATION ENGINEER (acric.)
MAINTENANCE-CONSTRUCTION ENGINE. (pro-
fess. & kin.)
RIGHT-OF-WAY ENGINEER (light, heat, &
power; tel. & tel.)
SANITARY ENGINEER (gov. ser.)
STRUCTURAL DESIGNER (profess. & kin.)
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER (const.)
0-16.21 LANDSCAPE ENGINEER (profess. & kin,/
landscape contractor

0-17. ENGINEERS, ELECTRIC

"017,Q1 ELECTRICAL ENGIE (profess. & kin.)
APPRAISAL ENGINEER (tel. & tel.)
DESIGN ENGINEER, ELECTRICAL (profess. & kin.)








0-17.01


0-24.02


0-17.01 ELECTRICAL ENGINEER-Continued.
ELECTRICAL-RESEARCH ENGINEER (profess. &
kin.)
LIGHTING EXPERT (light, heat, & power)
LINE-CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER (tel. & tel.)
POWER-PLANT ENGINEER II (profess. & kin.)
RADIO ENGINEER I (profess. & kin.)
RADIO ENGINEER II (radio broad.)
engineer, chief
engineer-in-charge
radio operator, chief
station engineer
technician, senior
RADIO TECHNICIAN II (radio mfg.)
SOUND ENGINEER (motion pie.)
installation and maintenance engineer
0-17.02 CABLE ENGINEER (tel. & tel.)

0-18. ENGINEERS, INDUSTRIAL

0-18.01 INDUSTRIAL ENGINEER (profess. & kin.)
FACTORY LAY-OUT MAN (profess. & kin.)
SAFETY ENGINEER II (profess. & kin.)
chute, guard, and table repairman
safety-device man
TIME-STUDY ENGINEER (profess. & kin.)
efficiency engineer
efficiency expert
manager, production
production engineer
production expert
time-study man
waste-elimination man
0-18.03 SAFETY ENGINEER I (anth. coal mining; bit.
coal mining; metal mining)
director, safety
safety man

0-19. ENGINEERS, MECHANICAL

0-19.01 MECHANICAL ENGINEER II (profess. & kin.)
AIR-CONDITIONING ENGINEER (profess. & kin.)
AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEER (auto. mfg.)
COMBUSTION ENGINEER II (bit. coal mining)
COMBUSTION ENGINEER II (profess. & kin.)
DESIGN ENGINEER, MECHANICAL (profess. &
kin.)
FACTORY LAY-OUT MAN (profess. & kin.)
GAS-DISTRIBUTIOk ENGINEER (light, heat, &
power)
HEATING ENGINEER (light, heat, & power)
INSTALLATION ENGINEER (profess. & kin.)
INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE DESIGNER
(profess. & kin.)
MACHINERY AND TOOL DESIGNER (profess. &
kin.)
machine designer
MARINE ENGINEER I (profess. & kin.)
PLANT ENGINEER (profess. & kin.)
REFRIGERATION ENGINEER II (profess. & kin.)
VENTILATING ENGINEER (profess. & kin.)
0-19.02 MECHANICAL ENGINEER, JUNIOR (profess. & kin.)
0-19.03 AERONAUTICAL ENGINEER (profess. & kin.)
AIRPLANE DESIGNER (aircraft mfg.)
0-19.04 SALES ENGINEER (whole. tr.)


0-20. ENGINEERS, MINING

0-20.01 MINING ENGINEER (anth. coal mining; bit. coal
mining; metal mining)
mine analyst
mine expert
0-20.11 PETROLEUM ENGINEER (profess. & kin.)

0-22. LAWYERS AND JUDGES

0-22.10 LAWYER (profess. & kin.)
advocate
attorney
barrister
counselor
counselor-at-law
jurist
solicitor
CLAIM ATTORNEY (insurance)
CLAIM MAN (petrol. production)
LAWYER, CIVIL (profess. & kin.)
LAWYER, CORPORATION (profess. & kin.)
LAWYER, CRIMINAL (profess. & kin.)
LAWYER, REAL ESTATE (profess. & kin.)
conveyancer
LAWYER, TORT (profess. & kin.)
SOLICITOR, CITY OR STATE (gov. ser.)
TAX AGENT (tel. & tel.)
0-22.20 LAWYER, ADMIRALTY (profess. & kin.)
0 22.30 LAWYER, PATENT (profess. & kin.)
patent attorney
solicitor, patent
0-22.40 DISTRICT ATTORNEY (gov. ser.)
prosecuting attorney
prosecutor
DISTRICT ATTORNEY, COUNTY (gov. ser.)
0-22.50 JUDGE (gov. ser.)
justice
MASTER IN CHANCERY (gov. ser.)
PROBATE JUDGE (gov. ser.)
SURROGATE, COUNTY (gov. ser.)
0- 22.60 MAGISTRATE (gov. ser.)
justice of the peace
police judge
police justice
police magistrate
JUVENILE-COURT MAGISTRATE (gov. ser.)
NIGHT-COURT MAGISTRATE (gov. ser.)
TRAFFIC-COURT MAGISTRATE (gov. ser.)
0-22.70 LAW EXAMINER (gov. ser.)
bar examiner

0-23. LIBRARIANS

0-23.10 CATALOGER (library)
0-23.20 LIBRARIAN I (library)
manager, library
0-23.30 BIBLIOGRAPHER (profess. & kin.)
0-23.50 Music LIBRARIAN (radio broad.)
librarian

0-24. MUSICIANS AND TEACHERS OF MUSIC

Singers (0-24.00 through 0-24.09)

0-24.02 CONCERT SINGER (amuse. & rec.)
OPERA SINGER (amuse. & rec.)


I








0-24.05


0-24.05 CHARACTER SINGER (amuse. & rec.)
BLUES SINGER (amuse. & rec.)
CROONER (amuse. & rec.)
JAzz SINGER (amuse. & rec.)
TORCH SINGER (amuse. & rec.)
0-24.07 MUSICAL SPECIALIST (amuse. & rec.)
musical entertainer
WHISTLER (amuse. & rec.)
YODELER (amuse. & rec)
yodelist

Instrumental Musicians (0-24.10 through 0-24.19)

0-21.12 MUSICIAN, INSTRUMENTAL (amuse. & rec.)
instrument player
instrumentalist
ACCOMPANIST (amuse. & rec.)
BELL RINGER I (amuse. & rec.)
CALLIOPE PLAYER (amuse. & rec.)
HARPIST (amuse. & rec.)
ORGANIST (amuse. & rec.)
PIANIST (amuse. & rec.)
SHEET-MUSIC PLUGGER (ret. tr.)
VIOLINIST (amuse. & rec.)

Choirmasters and Orchestra Leaders
(0-24.20 through 0-24.29)
0-24.23 CHORUS MASTER (amuse. & rec.)
*CHOIRMASTER
choir leader
0-24.25 ORCHESTRA LEADER (amuse. & rec.)
conductor
director, music
maestro
orchestra conductor
BAND LEADER (amuse. & rec.)
bandmaster

Music Teachers (0-24.30 through 0-24.39)

0-24.31 TEACHER, MUSIC (education)
instructor, music
professor, music
DIRECTOR, MUSIC, COLLEGE, SCHOOL, OR UNI-
VERSITY (education)
music supervisor
TEACHER, PIANO (education)
instructor, piano
TEACHER, SINGING (education)
instructor, singing
instructor, vocal
teacher, vocal
TEACHER, VIOLIN (education)
instructor, violin

Composers (0-24.40 through 0-24.49)
0-24.41 COMPOSER II (profess. & kin.)
music composer
music writer
SONG WRITER (profess. & kin.)
0-24.42 ARRANGER (profess. & kin.)
adapter
TRANSCRIPTER (profess. & kin.)
0-24.43 ORCHESTRATOR (profess. & kin.)

Miscellaneous Musical Occupations
(0-24.90 through 0-24.99)
0-24.91 DIRECTOR, MUSIC II (motion pic.; radio broad.)


0-25. PHARMACISTS
0-25.10 PHARMACIST (profess. & kin.)
apothecary
druggist
registered pharmacist
PHARMACEUTICAL BOTANIST (profess. & kin.)
0-25.20 PRESCRIPTION CLERK (ret. tr.)
0-26. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS

0-26.10 PHYSICIAN (medical ser.)
doctor of medicine
m. d.
AURIST (medical ser.)
ear specialist
CARDIOLOGIST (medical ser.)
heart specialist
DERMATOLOGIST (medical ser.)
skin specialist
GENERAL PRACTITIONER (medical ser.)
physician, general practice
GYNECOLOGIST (medical ser.)
gynaecologist
HEALTH OFFICER, COUNTY (gov. ser.)
LARYNGOLOGIST (medical ser.)
MEDICAL EXAMINER (medical ser.)
NEUROLOGIST (medical ser.)
nerve specialist
OBSTRETICIAN (medical ser.)
OCULIST (medical ser.)
eye specialist
opthalmologist
ORTHOPEDIC SURGEON (medical ser.)
PATHOLGIST (medical ser.)
PEDIATRICIAN (medical ser.)
pediatrist
PHYSICIAN, RESEARCH (medical ser.)
POLICE SURGEON (gov. ser.)
surgeon, chief
POST-MORTEM PATHOLOGIST (med. ser.)
PROCTOLOGIST (medical ser.)
PSCHIATRIST (medical ser.)
alienist
PUBLIC-HEALTH OFFICER (gov. ser.)
RHINOLOGIST (medical ser.)
ROENTGENOLOGIST (medical ser.)
radiologist
X-ray specialist
SURGEON (medical ser.)
SURGICAL PATHOLOGIST (medical ser.)
UROLOGIST (medical ser.)
g. u. specialist
0-26.20 ANESTHETIST (medical ser.)
0-26.30 INTERNE (medical ser.)
0-27. SOCIAL AND WELFARE WORKERS
0-27.01 SOCIAL WORKER (profess. & kin.)
CASE CONSULTANT (profess. & kin.)
CASE EXPERT (profess. & kin.)
CASE SUPERVISOR (profess. & kin.)
case-work supervisor
CASE WORKER (profess. & kin.)
family-case worker
family visitor
field worker
investigator, charity or welfare agency
social investigator
social-service worker


0-27.01









0-27.01


0-27.01 SOCIAL WORKER-Continued.
CHILD-WELFARE WORKER (profess. & kin.)
COMMUNITY-SERVICE WORKER (profess. & kin.)
COURT WORKER, CHARITY OR WELFARE
AGENCY (profess. & kin.)
HEALTH EDUCATOR (profess. & kin.)
director, health education
HOME FINDER, CHARITY OR WELFARE AGENCY
(profess. & kin.)
HOME VISITOR (profess. & kin.)
INDUSTRIAL-RESEARCH WORKER (profess. &
kin.)
JUVENILE-COURT WORKER (gov. ser.)
MEDICAL CASE-WORKER (medical ser.)
MEDICAL SOCIAL-WORKER (medical ser.)
PSYCHIATRIC SOCIAL WORKER (medical ser.)
RESEARCH WORKER, CHARITY OR WELFARE
AGENCY (profess. & kin.)
SETTLEMENT WORKER (profess. & kin.)
VISITOR-IN-TRAINING (profess. & kin.)
0-27.02 NEIGHBORHOOD ORGANIZER (profess. & kin.)
0-27.03 COMMUNITY-CENTER WORKER (profess. & kin.)
0-27.04 TRAVELERS' AID WORKER (profess. & kin.)
0-27.05 PLAYGROUND WORKER (gov. ser.)
play leader
0-27.06 DIRECTOR, PLAYGROUND (gov. serv.)
playground supervisor
0-27.07 RECREATION EXECUTIVE (gov. ser.)
director, recreation
superintendent, recreation
0-27.08 DIRECTOR, CAMP (amuse. & rec.)
0-27.11 DIRECTOR, WELFARE (any ind.)
manager, welfare
DIRECTOR, RECREATION I (any ind.)
DIRECTOR, SERVICE II (ret. tr.)
0-27.15 COUNSELOR, CAMP (amuse. & rec.)
0-28. STATISTICIANS
0-28.10 STATISTICIAN (profess. & kin.)
STATISTICIAN, ACTUARIAL (insurance)
actuary
STATISTICIAN, ECONOMIC (profess. & kin.)
STATISTICIAN, FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS (profess
& kin.)
STATISTICIAN, PHYSICAL SCIENCE (profess. &
kin.)
STATISTICIAN, SCIENTIFIC (profess. & kin.)
STATISTICIAN, SOCIAL SCIENCES (profess. & kin.)
STATISTICIAN, VITAL (profess. & kin.)
0-28.20 STATISTICIAL-RESEARCH ASSISTANT (profess. &
kin.
0-28.30 STATISTICAL TECHNICIAN (profess. & kin)
0-28.50 ACTUARY ASSISTANT (insurance)
0-30. TEACHERS, PRIMARY SCHOOL AND
KINDERGARTEN
Nursery and Kindergarten Teachers
(0-30.00 through 0-30.09)

0-30.02 TEACHER, KINDERGARTEN (education)
instructor, kindergarten
TEACHER, NURSERY SCHOOL (education)
Grade or Grammar School Teachers
(0-30.10 through 0-30.19)
0-30.11 TEACHER, GRADE OR GRAMMAR SCHOOL (educa-
tion)
TEACHER, RURAL SCHOOL (education)
84690-39-3


0-32.20


0-31. TEACHERS (SECONDARY SCHOOL) AND
PRINCIPALS

0-31.01 TEACHER, HIGH SCHOOL (education)
INSTRUCTOR, CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL (edu-
cation)
INSTRUCTOR, ELECTRICAL SCHOOL (education)
INSTRUCTOR, SEWING (education)
teacher, sewing
TEACHER, AGRICULTURE, HIGH SCHOOL (educa-
tion)
instructor, agriculture, high school
TEACHER, BIBLE (education)
instructor, Bible
TEACHER, BIBLE SCHOOL (education)
instructor, Bible school
TEACHER, COMMERCIAL (education)
instructor, commercial
TEACHER, COOKING (education)
instructor, cooking
TEACHER, ENGLISH (education)
instructor, English
TEACHER, HOME ECONOMICS (education)
instructor, domestic science
instructor, home economics
teacher, domestic science
TEACHER, LANGUAGE (education)
instructor, language
TEACHER, STENOGRAPHY (education)
instructor, stenography
0-31.10 PRINCIPAL II (education)
preceptor
preceptress
HEAD MASTER (education)
principal, private school
PRINCIPAL, BUSINESS COLLEGE (education)
*SUPERINTENDENT, SCHOOLS (education)

0-32. TEACHERS AND INSTRUCTORS, N. E. C.

Teachers of the Handicapped (0-32.00 through 0-32.09)

0-32.01 TEACHER, BLIND (education)
instructor, blind
0-32.02 TEACHER, ORAL-DEAF (education)
instructor, deaf and dumb
instructor, deaf-mute
instructor, oral-deaf
teacher, deaf and dumb
teacher, deaf-mute
TEACHER, DEAF (education)
instructor, deaf
TEACHER, LIP READING (education)
instructor, lip reading
0-32.03 TEACHER, MENTALLY DEFICIENT (education)
instructor, mentally deficient
TEACHER, UNGRADED ROOM (education)
instructor, ungraded room
0-32.04 OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST (medical ser.)
TEACHER, CRIPPLED STUDENTS (education)
instructor, crippled students

Tutors (0-32.20 through 0-32.29)

0-32.20 TUTOR (education)
instructor, private
teacher, private








0-32.30


Vocational Training Teachers (0-32.30 through 0-32.39)

0-32.30 TEACHER, VOCATIONAL TRAINING (education)
instructor, vocational training
TEACHER, MANUAL TRAINING (education)
instructor, manual training
TEACHER, VOCATIONAL SCHOOL (education)
instructor, trade school
instructor, vocational school
teacher, trade school

Miscellaneous Teachers (0-32.80 through 0-32.99)

0-32.87 INSTRUCTOR, KNITTING (ret. tr.)
0-32.88 INSTRUCTOR, PAINTING (ret. tr.)
0-32.92 INSTRUCTOR, BRIDGE (education)
teacher, bridge
0-32.93 INSTRUCTOR, MILITARY (education)
0-32.94 TEACHER, AMERICANIZATION (education)
0-32.95 TEACHER, ELOCUTION (education)
instructor, elocution
TEACHER, DEFECTIVE SPEECH (education)
instructor, defective speech
0-32.96 HOME-ECONOMICS EXPERT II (gov. ser.)
0-32.97 EDUCATIONAL SUPERVISOR, PENAL INSTITUTION
(education)
0-32.98 GOVERNESS (dom. ser.)
NURSERY GOVERNESS (dom. ser.)

0-33. TRAINED NURSES

0-33.10 NURSE III (medical ser.)
INSTRUCTOR, HOSPITAL (education)
NURSE, ARMY OR NAVY (gov. ser.)
NURSE, CITY OR COUNTY (gov. ser.)
NURSE, GRADUATE (medical ser.)
NURSE, HEAD (medical ser.)
director, nurses
nurse, supervising
NURSE, INDUSTRIAL (medical ser.)
NURSE, INFANT WELFARE (medical ser.)
NURSE, OPERATING ROOM (medical ser.)
NURSE, PRIVATE (medical ser.)
nurse, private duty
NURSE, REGISTERED (medical ser.)
NURSE, SCHOOL (education)
NURSE, STAFF (medical ser.)
nurse, general floor duty
NURSE, VISITING (gov. ser.)
nurse, district

0-34. VETERINARIANS
0-34.10 VETERINARIAN (medical ser.)
horse doctor
vet
veterinary
veterinary doctor
BIRD DOCTOR (medical ser.)
SMALL-ANIMAL SPECIALIST (medical ser.)
VETERINARY PATHOLOGIST (medical ser.)
VETERINARY SURGEON (medical ser.)
0-38.1
0-39.1 PROFESSIONAL OCCUPATIONS, N. E. C.

Forest Supervisors (0-38.00 through 0-38.09)
0-38.01 FORESTER (profess. & kin.)
SILVICULTURIST (profess. & kin.)
*FORESTER, JUNIOR (gov. ser.)


0-39.53


0-38.02 TIMBER-CULTURE ASSISTANT (gov. ser.)
cultural foreman
0-38.03 DISTRICT FOREST-RANGER (gov. ser.)
district ranger
forest ranger
ranger
0-38.04 RANGE EXAMINER, JUNIOR (gov. ser.)

Curators (0-39.00 through 0-39.09)

0-39.01 CURATOR, ART GALLERY (profess. & kin.)
0-39.02 CURATOR, HORTICULTURAL EXHIBIT (profess. &
kin.)
0-39.03 CURATOR, MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY
(profess. & kin.)
0-39.04 CURATOR, ZOOLOGICAL EXHIBIT (profess. & kin.)

Social Scientists (0-39.10 through 0-39.29)

0-39.11 ANTHROPOLOGIST (profess. & kin.)
0-39.12 ARCHAEOLOGIST (profess. & kin.)
0-39.13 ETHNOLOGIST (profess. & kin.)
0-39.14 ECONOMIST (profess. & kin.)
economic analyst
ECONOMIST, AGRICULTURE (profess. & kin.)
0-39.15 ECONOMIC-RESEARCH ASSISTANT (profess. & kin.)
0-39.16 ETYMOLOGIST (profess. & kin.)
0-39.17 PSYCHOLOGIST (profess. & kin.)
CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST (medical ser.)
psychological clinician
PSYCHOLOGIST, CHILD (profess. & kin.)
0-39.18 SOCIOLOGIST (profess. & kin.)
economist, social
psychologist, social
sociological consultant

Natural Scientists (0-39.30 through 0-39.79)

0-39.31 BIOLOGIST (profess. & kin.)
GAME TECHNICIAN (gov. ser.)
MUSHROOM-SPAWN MAKER (profess. & kin.)
spawn maker
MYCOLOGIST (profess. & kin.)
0-39.32 CYTOLOGIST(profess. & kin.)
0-39.33 ECOLOGIST (profess. & kin.)
0-39.35 BOTANIST (profess. & kin.)
0-39.36 BACTERIOLOGIST (profess. & kin.)
BACTERIOLOGIST, AGRICULTURAL (profess. &
kin.)
BACTERIOLOGIST, VETERINARY (profess. & kin.)
DAIRY SAMPLER (agric. & hortic. ser.)
FOOD BACTERIOLOGIST (gov. ser.)
bacteriologist assistant, food laboratory
IMMUNOLOGIST (profess. & kin.)
0-39.37 PLANT PATHOLOGIST (profess. & kin.)
0-39.38 PLANT PHYSIOLOGIST (profess. & kin.)
physiologist
0-39.45 GEOLOGIST (profess. & kin.)
MICROSCOPIST, GEOLOGY (profess. & kin.)
MINERALOGIST (profess. &- kin.)
0-39.46 PALEONTOLOGIST (profess. & kin.)
0-39.47 ASTRONOMER (profess. & kin.)
0-39. 48 PHYSICIST (profess. & kin.)
0-39.51 METEOROLOGIST (profess. & kin.)
weatherman
0-39.53 OCEANOGRAPHER (profess. & kin.)


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0-39.54


0-39.54 AGRONOMIST (profess. & kin.)
chemist, soil
EROSION SPECIALIST (profess. & kin.)
SOIL TECHNOLOGIST (profess. & kin.)
0-39. 55 ACOUSTICIAN (profess. & kin.)
0-39. 56 SEISMOLOGIST (profess. & kin.)
0-39.61 ARBORICULTURIST (profess. & kin.)
0-39.62 HORTICULTURIST II (profess. & kin.)
FLORICULTURIST (profess. & kin.)
POMOLOGIST (profess. & kin.)
0-39.63 VINEYARDIST (agric.)
viticulturist
0-39.64 ZOOLOGIST (profess. & kin.)
0-39.65 ENTOMOLOGIST (profess. & kin.)
0-39.66 COLLECTOR, AQUARIUM SPECIMENS (profess. &
kin.)
*ICHTHYOLOGIST (profess. & kin.)
0-39.67 ORNITHOLOGIST (profess. & kin.)
0-39.68 HERPETOLOGIST (profess. & kin.)
0-39.71 PARASITOLOGIST (profess. & kin.)
0-39. 72 NEMATOLOGIST (profess. & kin.)
Personnel and Employment Managers
(0-39.80 through 0-39.89)
0-39.81 DIRECTOR, EDUCATIONAL (any ind.)
director, training
director, training class
educational supervisor
training coordinator


0-43.20


0-39.82 MANAGER, EMPLOYMENT (any ind.)
director, employment
employment supervisor
superintendent, employment
0-39.83 MANAGER, PERSONNEL (any ind.)
director, personnel
CONTINGENTS SUPERVISOR (ret. tr.)
SUPERINTENDENT, JUNIOR EMPLOYEES (any
ind.)
0-39.84 VOCATIONAL ADVISER (profess. & kin.)
director, vocational education
vocational counselor
PERSONNEL COUNSELOR (profess. & kin.)
director, vocational
vocational counselor

Miscellaneous Professional Occupations
(0-39.90 through 0-39.99

0-39.91 LECTURER (profess. & kin.)
0-39.93 DIETICIAN (profess. & kin.)
dietist
dietitian
0-39.94 TRAFFIC ENGINEER (gov. ser.)
0-39.96 OSTEOCATH (medical ser.)
doctor, osteopathic
osteopathist


SEMIPROFESSIONAL OCCUPATIONS

(0-40.00 through 0-69.99)

Included in this group are occupations concerned with the theoretical
or practical aspects of fields of endeavor that require rather extensive educa-
tion or practical experience, or a combination of such education and experience
for the proper performance of the work; such fields of endeavor, however, are
less demanding with respect to background or the need for initiative or judg-
ment in dealing with complicated work situations than those fields which are
considered as "professional." These occupations are typically confined to rela-
tively restricted fields of activity, many of them being concerned with the
technical or mechanical details of the broader and possibly more theoretical
fields of endeavor.
Chiropodists, tree surgeons, draftsmen, aviators, laboratory technicians,
and fingerprint experts are typical semiprofessional occupations.


0-41. AVIATORS

0-41.10 AIRPLANE PILOT, COMMERCIAL (air trans.)
aviator
pilot
AIRLINE PILOT (air trans.)
AIRPLANE CAPTAIN (air trans.)
AIRPLANE FIRST-OFFICER (air trans.)
co-pilot
INSTRUCTOR, FLYING (education)
TRANSPORT PILOT (air trans.)


0-42. CHIROPRACTORS

0-42.10 CHIROPRACTOR (medical ser.)
chiropractic
doctor, chiropractic

0-43. DECORATORS AND WINDOW DRESSERS

0-43.10 COLOR EXPERT II (profess. & kin.)
colorist
0-43.20 DECORATOR (profess. & kin.)









0-43.30


0-43.30 DISPLAY MAN II (ret. tr.)
decorator
interior-display man
interior trimmer
trimmer
*WINDOW TRIMMER (ret. tr.)
display man
window decorator
window-display man
window dresser
MODEL DRESSER (ret. tr.)
SHOWCASE TRIMMER (ret. tr.)
0-43.35 MANAGER, DISPLAY (ret. tr.)
superintendent, display
0-43.40 INTERIOR DECORATOR (profess. & kin.)
consulting director
SET DRESSER (motion pic.)
0-43.50 SET DECORATOR (motion pic.)
0-43.60 FLORAL DESIGNER (ret. tr.)
CORSAGE MAKER (ret. tr.)

0-44. COMMERCIAL ARTISTS

0-44.01 BEN-DAY ARTIST (print. & pub.)
colorman
0-44.03 ETCHER, HAND V (profess. & kin.)
0-44.07 PROCESS ARTIST (print. & pub.)
lithographic-color-artist retoucher
tone artist
0-44.11 POSTER ARTIST (profess. & kin.)
0-44.13 SIGN WRITER, HAND (any ind.)
card writer, hand
show-card writer
0-44.14 PENMAN I (amuse. & rec.)
calligraphist
0-44.21 CATALOG ILLUSTRATOR (profess. & kin.)
COMMERCIALL ARTIST, ILLUSTRATING (profess. &
kin.)
advertising designer
artist, advertising
illustrator
FASHION ARTIST (ret. tr.)
0-44.23 COLORER III (print. & pub.)
CALENDAR COLORER (print. & pub.)
CARD COLORER (print. & pub.)
MAP COLORER (print. & pub.)
VALENTINE COLORER (print. & pub.)
0-44.24 COLORIST, PHOTOGRAPHY (profess. & kin.)
painter, photographs
0-44.25 LAY-OUT MAN (ret. tr.)
DIRECTOR, ART III (ret. tr.)
0-44.26 ADVERTISING-LAY-OUT MAN (profess. & kin.)
*ART LAY-OUT MAN (print. & pub.)
artist
ROTO-LAY-OUT MAN (print. & pub.)
0-44.27 LAY-OUT MAN (signs) II
0-44.31 ARCHITECTURAL RENDERER (profess. & kin.)
0-44.41 HISTOLOGICAL ILLUSTRATOR (profess. & kin.)
artist, scientific
0-44.45 SKETCH MAKER II (textile)
0-44.46 PAINTER, PLATE (textile)
painter, zinc-plate
0-44.51 CARTOONIST, MOTION PICTURES (motion pic.)
animated-cartoon artist
animator
0-44.61 MODEL MAKER III (pottery & pore.)
patternmaker.


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0-46.04


0-44.62 MODELER II (brick & tile)
0-44.71 MODEL MAKER IV (profess. & kin.)
ARCHITECTURAL MODELER (profess. & kin.)
0-44.91 TATTOO ARTIST (per ser.)
tattooer
tattooist

0-45. DANCERS AND CHORUS GIRLS

0-45.11 DANCER (amuse. & rec.)
ACROBATIC DANCER (amuse. & rec.)
BALLET DANCER (amuse. & rec.)
BALLERINA (amuse. & rec.)
BALLROOM DANCER (amuse. & rec.)
INTERPRETATIVE DANCER (amuse. & rec.)
classical dancer
TAP DANCER (amuse. & rec.)
hoofer
0-45.21 CHORUS GIRL (amuse. & rec.)
chorine
line girl
stock girl
CHORUS BOY (amuse. & rec.)
chorus man
line boy
PRECISION DANCER (amuse. & rec.)
pony
0-45.31 STRIP-TEASE ARTIST (amuse. & rec.)
peeler
strip-tease dancer
strip teaser
strip woman
stripper
teaser
0-45.41 CHOREGRAPHER (amuse. & rec.)
director, dance
0-45.51 INSTRUCTOR, DANCING (education)
dancing master
professor, dancing
teacher, dancing
INSTRUCTOR, BALLET (education)
ballet master
teacher, ballet
INSTRUCTOR, BALLROOM DANCING (education)
teacher, ballroom dancing
INSTRUCTOR, TAP DANCING (education)
teacher, tap dancing

0-46. DESIGNERS

Garment Designers and Copyists
(0-46.00 through 0-46.09)

0-46.01 CLOTHES DESIGNER (profess. & kin.)
fashion designer
stylist
MEN'S-CLOTHING DESIGNER (profess. & kin.)
men's-furnishings designer
WOMEN'S-CLOTHING DESIGNER (profess. &
kin.)
0-46.02 COPYIST II (garment)
0-46.03 HAT DESIGNER (hat & cap; ret. tr.)
millinery artist
millinery designer
stylist
0-46.04 WOMEN'S-GARMENT DESIGNER (ret. tr.)


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0-46.05 COSTUMER (motion pic.)
wardrobe designer
wardrobe mistress
0-46.06 FUR DESIGNER (fur goods; ret. tr.)
fur fitter
Furniture and Furniture Fixture De-
signers (0-46.10 through 0-46.19)
0-46.10 EXPERIMENTAL MAN II (wood. box)
0-46.11 FIXTURE DESIGNER (furn.)
0-46.12 FURNITURE DESIGNER (furn.)
FURNITURE REPRODUCER (furn.)

Pottery and Tile Designers
(0-46.20 through 0-46.29)
0-46.21 POTTERY-DECORATION DESIGNER (pottery &
pore.)
0-46.22 TILE DESIGNER (brick & tile)

Scenery Designers
(0-46.30 through 0-46.39)
0-46.31 SKETCHER (motion pic.)
sketch maker
0-46.32 STAGE-SCENERY DESIGNER (amuse. & rec.)
scenic designer
DIRECTOR, ART II (motion pic.)
director, technical
STAGE-SET DESIGNER (motion pic.)

Miscellaneous Designers
(0-46.80 through 0-46.99)
0-46.87 BANK-NOTE DESIGNER (gov. ser.)
0-46.88 INDUSTRIAL DESIGNER (profess. & kin.)
0-46.91 CLOTH DESIGNER (profess. & kin.)
cloth-pattern maker
pattern designer
0-46.92 COMMERCIAL DESIGNER (profess. & kin.)
DISPLAY ARTIST (ret. tr.)
artist
0-46.93 EMBROIDERY DESIGNER (trim. & stamp. art goods)
0-46.94 JEWELRY AND FLATWARE DESIGNER (jewelry)
creative jeweler
flatware and jewelry designer
0-46.95 MEMORIAL DESIGNER (stonework)
0-46.96 SIGN DESIGNER (signs)
sketch artist
0-46.97 STAINED-GLASS-WINDOW DESIGNER (glass prod.)
0-46.98 ToY DESIGNER (toys & games)
0-48. DRAFTSMEN

0-48.01 DETAILER II (profess. & kin.)
DETAIL MAN, FURNITURE (profess. & kin.)
DRAFTSMAN, DETAIL (profess. & kin.)
detail man
mill detailer
DRAFTSMAN, SHIP DETAIL (profess. & kin.)
0-48.04 DRAFTSMAN, AERONAUTICAL (profess. & kin.)
0-48.05 DRAFTSMAY, ARCHITECTURAL (profess. & kin.)
DRAFTSMAN, TILE AND MARBLE (profess. &
kin.)
0-48.06 DRAFTSMAN, COMMERCIAL (profess. & kin.)
0-48.08 DRAFTSMAN, CONSTRUCTION (profess. & kin.)
DRAFTSMAN, REINFORCED CONCRETE (profess.
& kin.)
0-48.11 DRAFTSMAN, ELECTRICAL (profess. & kin.)
0-48.12 DRAFTSMAN, HEATING AND 'VENTILATING (pro-
fess. & kin.)


0-50.21


0-48.13 DRAFTSMAN. LANDSCAPE (profess. & kin.)
0-48.15 DRAFTSMAN, MAP (profess. & kin.)
cartographer
map maker
mapper
DRAFTSMAN, RECORDS (profess. & kin.)
0-48.16 DRAFTSMAN, MARINE (profess. & kin.)
DRAFTSMAN, HULL (profess. & kin.)
DRAFTSMAN, SHIP ENGINEERING (profess. &
kin.)
0-48.18 DRAFTSMAN, MECHANICAL (profess. & kin.)
DRAFTSMAN, AUTO BODY (profess. & kin.)
DRAFTSMAN, CAST IRON (profess. & kin.)
DRAFTSMAN, PATENT (profess. & kin.)
DRAFTSMAN, TOOL DESIGN (profess. & kin.)
0-48.21 DRAFTSMAN, MINE (profess. & kin.)
0-48.22 DRAFTSMAN, PLUMBING (profess. & kin.)
0-48.23 DRAFTSMAN, REFRIGERATION (profess. & kin.)
0-48.25 DRAFTSMAN, STRUCTURAL (profess. & kin.)
0-48.26 DRAFTSMAN, TOPOGRAPHICAL (profess. & kin.)
photo-cartographer
0-48.31 TRACER IV (profess. & kin.)
TRACER III (mach. shop)
0-48.41 TOOL DESIGNER (profess. & kin.)
0-48.42 DIE DESIGNER (mach. shop)
design leader
die-design draftsman
die-developing man
DIE CHECKER (mach. shop)
die-design checker
0-50. LABORATORY TECHNICIANS AND AS-
SISTANTS
Medical Technicians (0-50.00 through 0-50. 09)
0-50.01 MEDICAL TECHNICIAN (medical ser.)
hospital technician
laboratory assistant, medical
laboratory technician, medical
OFFICE ASSISTANT, DOCTOR'S LABORATORY
(profess. & kin.)
PATHOLOGICAL TECHNICIAN (profess. & kin.)
0-50.02 PHARMACEUTICAL-LABORATORY ASSISTANT (pro-
fess. & kin:)
0-50.03 OXYGEN THERAPY EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN
(medical ser.)
serviceman
0-50.04 X-RAY TECHNICIAN (medical ser.)
radiographer
skiagrapher
PHOTOGRAPHER, X-RAY (medical ser.)
x-ray operator
0-50.06 DENTAL TECHNICIAN (bus. ser.)
dental-laboratory assistant
dental mechanic
mechanical dentist
DENTAL CERAMIST (bus. ser.)
ceramist
DENTAL MECHANIC, PLATE (bus. ser.)
0-50.07 DENTAL HYGIENIST (medical ser.)
oral hygienist
prophylactician
Laboratory Assistants (0-50.20 through 0-50.29)
0-50.21 LABORATORY ASSISTANT, COLLEGE, SCHOOL, OR
UNIVERSITY (education)
CHEMICAL-LABORATORY ASSISTANT (education)
PHYSICS-LABORATORY ASSISTANT (education)









0-50.22


0-50.22 CHEMIST ASSISTANT II (profess. & kin.)
analyst
laboratory assistant
routine tester
BACTERIOLOGY TECHNICIAN (profess. & kin.)
bacteriology-laboratory worker
CEMENT-TESTER ASSISTANT (cement)
physical-analyst helper
physical-tester assistant
CHEMICAL LABORATORIAN, JUNIOR (textile)
laboratory tester
LABORATORY ASSISTANT I (hosiery; textile)
LABORATORY SAMPLER (iron & steel)
OIL AND SOAP-PRODUCTS TESTER (textile)
soap and oil tester
PAINT AND VARNISH TECHNICIAN (paint &
varn.)
color expert
color tester
day-color tester
routine tester
STRIPPING AND REHANDLING TESTER (textile)
rehandling and stripping tester
0-50.23 SCIENTIFIC HELPER (profess. & kin.)
laboratory assistant
research assistant
0-50.24 BENCHMAN VIII (sugar)
bench chemist
bench operator
0-50.25 LABORATORY TESTER I (can & preserve )

Physical and Chemical Product Testing Technicians
(0-50.30 through 0-50.59)

0-50.31 TIRE-SPECIFICATION CLERK (rubber tire & tube)
0-50.32 CLOTH TESTER (garment)
textile technician
textile tester
0-50.33 GREY-GOODS TESTER (textile)
0-50.34 TESTER (petrol. refin.)
laboratory inspector
laboratory tester
oil tester
BADGER-TYPE-DISTILLATION OPERATOR (petrol.
refin.)
badger-type-distillation tester
COLUMN MAN (petrol. refin.)
CRUDE-COLUMN OPERATOR (petrol. refin.)
crude tester
FUEL-RESEARCH-ENGINE OPERATOR (petrol.
refin.)
knock-machine operator
motor tester
GAS TESTER II (petrol. refin.)
gas analyst
gas inspector
PIPE-STILL TESTER (petrol. refin.)
0-50.35 SODA TESTER (paper & pulp)
0-50.37 SHEET TESTER (iron & steel)
0-50.38 PAINT TESTER (paint & varn.)
general inspector
inspector
paint inspector
toner
viscosity inspector and master-standard
keeper .
viscosity man


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0-52.41


0-50.41 LABORATORY TESTER IV (textile"
roving tester, laboratory
test-room man
warp-tension tester
WARP-TENSION TESTER (textile)
0-50.42 CLOTH TESTER, QUALITY (textile)
0-50.43 YARN TESTER (hosiery; knit goods; textile)
tester
yarn checker
0-50.45 DAIRY TESTER I (agric. & hortic. ser.)
cattle tester
cow tester
dairy-herd tester
milk tester
0-50.46 LABORATORY TESTER II (dairy prod.; ice cream)
chemist assistant (ice cream)
laboratory assistant (ice cream)
laboratory man or woman
laboratory worker
tester
CREAM TESTER (dairy prod.)
MILK TESTER III (dairy prod.)

Miscellaneous Technicians (0-50.90 through 0-50.99)

0-50.92 DAIRY TESTER II (medical ser.)
dairy expert
dairy specialist

0-52. HEALERS AND MEDICAL SERVICE OCCU-
PATIONS, N. E. C.

Chiropodists (0-52.00 through 0-52.09)

0-52.01 CHIROPODIST (medical ser.)
orthopedic specialist
podiatrist
CORN DOCTOR (medical ser.)

Healers (0-52.20 through 0-52.29)

0-52.21 HEALER (medical ser.)
DOCTOR, HERB (medical ser.)
herbalist
DOCTOR, NAPRAPATHIC
DOCTOR, NATUROPATHIC (medical ser.)
naturopath
naturopathist
naturotherapist
HELIOTHERAPIST (medical ser.)
MAGNETIC HEALER (medic-al ser.)
MECHANOTHERAPIST (medical ser.)
MEDICAL GYMNAST (medical ser.'
MENTAL HEALER (medical ser.)
0-52.ba tPhysiotherapists

Masseurs (0-52.40 through 0-52.49)

0-52.41 MASSEUR (per. ser.)
bath attendant
bath-house attendant
bath nurse
bathman
massage operator
MASSEUSE









0-52.42


0-52.42 MASSEUR APPRENTICE (per. ser.)
massage boy

Miscellaneous Medical Service Occupations
(0-52.80 through 0-52.99)

0-52.81 ELECTROTHERAPIST (per. ser.)
0-52.82 HYDROTHERAPIST (per ser.)
0-52.92 MENTAL TESTER (medical ser.)
mental examiner

0-53. OPTOMETRISTS

0-53.10 OPTOMETRIST (profess. & kin.)

0-56. PHOTOGRAPHERS

Aerial Photographers (0-56.00 through 0-56.09)

0-56.01 PHOTOGRAPHER, AERIAL (profess. & kin.)


Commercial Photographers (0-56.10 through 0-56.19)

0-56.11 PHOTOGRAPHER, COMMERCIAL (profess. & kin.)
still cameraman

Portrait Photographers (0-56.20 through 0-56.29)

0-56.21 PHOTOGRAPHER, PORTRAIT (profess. & kin.)
camera artist
cameraman
photograph maker
MANAGER, PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY OR STUDIO
(profess. & kin.)

Newspaper Photographers (0-56.30 through 0-56.39)

0-56.31 PHOTOGRAPHER, NEWS (print. & pub.)
cameraman
photographer, newspaper

Cameramen (0-56.40 through 0-56.49)

0-56.41 CAMERAMAN I (motion pic.)
cinema operator
cinematograph operator
cinematographer
CAMERA WORKER, EXPERIMENTAL (motion
pic.)
CAMERAMAN, FIRST (motion pic.)
cameraman, head
CAMERAMAN, MINIATURE DEPARTMENT (mo-
tion pic.)
CAMERAMAN, SECOND (motion pic.)
SCREEN REPORTER (motion pic.)
0-56.42 CAMERAMAN, TITLE (motion pic.)
0-56.43 CAMERAMAN ASSISTANT (motion pic.)
0-56.45 PHOTOGRAPHER, STREET (per. ser.)
cameraman, motion picture, automatic
cameraman, street
motion-picture-camera operator, automatic
movie-shot cameraman

Miscellaneous Photographers (0-56.90 through 0-56.99)

0-56.91 PHOTOGRAPHER, FINISH (amuse. & rec.)
photo-finish man


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0.57.41


0-57. ATHLETES, SPORTS INSTRUCTORS, AND
SPORTS OFFICIALS

Sports Participants (0-57.00 through 0-57.19)

0-57.01 ATHLETE (amuse. & rec.)
BASEBALL PLAYER (amuse. & rec.)
BASKETBALL PLAYER (amuse. & rec.)
BICYCLE RACER (amuse. & rec.)
bicyclist
BILLIARD PLAYER (amuse. & rec.)
billiardist
BOXER II (amuse. & rec.)
fisticuffer
prize fighter
pugilist
FOOTBALL PLAYER (amuse. & rec.)
HOCKEY PLAYER (amuse. & rec.)
OARSMAN I (amuse. & rec.)
POOL PLAYER (amuse. & rec.)
SKATER (amuse. & rec.)
SPARRING PARTNER (amuse. & rec.)
TENNIS PLAYER (amuse. & rec.)
tennis professional
0-57.02 AUTOMOBILE RACER (amuse. & rec.)
automobile race driver
0-57.03 GOLF PROFESSIONAL (amuse. & rec.; education)
golf pro
golf supervisor
golfer
0-57.06 WRESTLER (amuse. & rec.)
0-57.07 JOCKEY (amuse. & rec.)

Athletic Coaches (0-57.20 through 0-57.29)

0-57.21 ATHLETIC COACH (education)
coach
instructor, athletic
BASEBALL COACH (education)
FOOTBALL COACH (education)
TENNIS COACH (education)
0-57.22 BASEBALL SCOUT (amuse. & rec.)
Trainers (0-57.30 through 0-57.39)

0-57.31 ATHLETIC TRAINER (profess. & kin.)
BOXING TRAINER (amuse. & rec.)
0-57.32 SECOND (amuse. & rec.)
0-57.34 HORSE TRAINER I (amuse. & rec.)
race-horse trainer
0-57.35 EXERCISER, HORSE (amuse. & rec.)
exercise boy

Physical Instructors (0-57.40 through 0-57.49)

0-57.41 INSTRUCTOR, PHYSICAL (education)
director, athletic
director, physical
instructor, physical education
teacher, physical
teacher, physical education
INSTRUCTOR, PHYSICAL, ADVANCED (education)
INSTRUCTION, PHYSICAL, ELEMENTARY (educa-
tion)
INSTRUCTOR, PHYSICAL, HEALTH CLUB (educa-
tion)
INSTRUCTOR, SWIMMING (education)
teacher, swimming








0-57.45


0-57.45 INSTRUCTOR, RIDING (education)
riding master
teacher, riding

Athletic Team Managers (0-57.50 through 0-57.59)

0-57.51 MANAGER, ATHLETIC TEAM (amuse. & rec.)
0-57.52 DIRECTOR, ATHLETIC II (education)

Sports Officials (0-57.60 through 0-57.89)

0-57.61 UMPIRE (amuse. & rec.)
referee
UMPIRESS (amuse. & rec.)
0-57.63 CLERK-OF-SCALES (amuse. & rec.)
0-57.64 CLOCKER I (amuse. & rec.)
0-57.65 HORSE-RACE TIMER (amuse. & rec.)
0-57.66 HORSE-RACE STARTER (amuse. & rec.)
0-57.67 PLATING INSPECTOR (amuse. & rec.)
0-57.71 PADDOCK JUDGE (amuse. & rec.)
0-57.72 PATROL JUDGE (amuse. & rec.)
0-57.73 PLACING JUDGE (amuse. & rec.)
0-57.74 RACING-SECRETARY AND HANDICAPPER (amuse. &
rec.)
0-57.75 STEWARD-AT-START (amuse. & rec.)
0-57.76 STEWARD, PRESIDING (amuse. & rec.)
0-57.77 REFEREE, FOUL LINE (amuse. & rec.)
foul man

0-61. RADIO OPERATORS

0-61.10 CONTROL-ROOM MAN (radio broad.)
control operator
master-control operator
relief-control supervisor
switch-bank-desk operator
*CONTROL SUPERVISOR, JUNIOR II (radio broad.)
*CONTROL SUPERVISOR, SENIOR II (radio broad.)
*RELIEF CONTROL-SUPERVISOR II (radio broad.)
0-61.20 RADIO DISPATCHER (gov. ser.)
dispatcher
0-61.30 RADIO OPERATOR (gov. ser.; radio broad.; water
trans.)
technician
wireless operator
FIELD ENGINEER II (radio broad.)
field technician
RADIO OPERATOR, POLICE (gov. ser.)
0-61.40 STUDIO ENGINEER (radio broad.)
mixer operator
operator, chief
studio technician
0-61.50 FIELD ENGINEER (radio broad.)
field technician
0-61.60 AIRPORT-CONTROL OPERATOR (air trans.)
airport-control-tower operator

0-62. SHOWMEN

Theatrical Entertainers, n. e. c. (0-62.00 through 0-62.19)
0-62.02 CLOWN (amuse. & rec.)
0-62.04 HYPNOTIST (amuse. & rec.)
0-62.05 MAGICIAN (amuse. & rec.)
0-62.07 PRESTIDIGITATOR (amuse. & rec.)
sleight-of-hand artist
0-62.08 FREAK (amuse. & rec.)
monstrosity
0-62.11 SNAKE CHARMER (amuse. & rec.)


14


0-64.20


0-62.12 MARIONETTE MAN (amuse. & rec.)
puppet puller
puppeteer
*PUPPET MASTER (amuse. & rec.)
0-62.13 VENTRILOQUIST (amuse. & rec.)
0-62.17 JUGGLER (amuse. & rec.)

Physical Performers (0-62.20 through 0-62.39)

0-62.21 ACROBAT (amuse. & rec.)
kinker
tumbler
0-62.22 CONTORTIONIST (amuse. & ree.)
0-62.23 AERIALIST (amuse. & rec.)
trapeze performer
0-62.24 EQUESTRIAN (amuse. and rec.)
BAREBACK RIDER (amuse. & rec.)
CIRCUS RIDER (amuse. & rec.)
EQUESTRIENNE (amuse. & rec.)
0-62.25 GYMNAST (amuse. & rec.)
0-62.26 WIRE WALKER (amuse. & rec.)
ROPE WALKER (amuse. & rec.)
0-62.28 STUNT MAN (amuse. & rec.)
DOUBLE (amuse. & rec.)
STUNT WOMAN (amuse. & rec.)

Master of Ceremonies and Ringmasters
(0-62.50 through 0-62.59)
0-62.51 MASTER OF CEREMONIES (amuse. & rec.)
emsee
m. c.
0-62.52 RINGMASTER (amuse. & rec.)

Show Animal Trainers (0-62.70 through 0-62.78)

0-62.71 HORSE TRAINER H (amuse. & rec.)
0-62.72 SHOW-HORSE DRIVER (amuse. & rec.)
0-62.73 DOG TRAINER (amuse. & rec.)
0-62.74 SNAKE TAMER (amuse. & rec.)
0-62.75 WILD-ANIMAL TRAINER (amuse. & rec.)
ELEPHANT TAMER (amuse. & rec.)
LION TAMER (amuse. & rec.)

Miscellaneous Occupations (0-62.90 through 0-62.99)

0-62.91 ORGAN GRINDER (amuse. & rec.)

0-64. SURVEYORS

0-64.10 SURVEYOR (profess. & kin.)
chief of party
party chief
SURVEYOR, DEPUTY H (anth. coal mining; bit.
coal mining; metal mining)
surveyor, mineral
SURVEYOR, HIGHWAY (COust.)
SURVEYOR, LAND (profess. & kin.)
SURVEYOR, NARINE (profess. & kin.)
surveyor, hydrographic
SURVEYOR, MINE (anth. coal mining; bit. coal
mining; metal mining)
spud setter (bit. coal mining)
surveyor, underground (bit. coal mining)
SURVEYOR, RAILROAD (profess. & kin.)
SURVEYOR, TOPOGRAPHICAL (profess. & kin.)
0-64.20 SURVEYOR, ASSISTANT I (anth. coal mining; bit.
coal mining)
surveyor, deputy


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0-64.30


15


0-64.30 INSTRUMENT MAN III (profess. & kin.)
LEVEL MAN (profess. & kin.)
PLANE-TABLE MAN (profess. & kin.)
plane-table operator
TRANSIT MAN II (profess. & kin.)
0-64.40 GEODETIC COMPUTER (gov. ser.)
0-64.50 COMPASS MAN (logging)
0-64.60 SURVEYOR, TOPOGRAPHICAL PHOTOGRAPHY
(profess. & kin.)

0-65. EMBALMERS AND UNDERTAKERS

0-65.10 EMBALMER (per. ser.)
0-65.20 UNDERTAKER (per. ser.)
director, funeral
mortician

0-66. TECHNICIANS, EXCEPT LABORATORY

Technicians in Radio Broadcasting
(0-66.00 through 0-66.09)

0-66.01 RECORDING ENGINEER (radio broad.)
maintenance engineer
transcription manager
0-66.02 SOUND-EFFECTS MAN (radio broad.)
0-66.03 CONTROL SUPERVISOR, JUNIOR I (radio broad.)
*CONTROL SUPERVISOR, SENIOR I (radio broad.)
0-66.04 PRODUCTION MAN I (radio broad.)
SPECIAL-EVENTS MAN (radio broad.)

Technicians in Motion Picture Production
(0-66.10 through 0-66.29)

0-66.11 RECORDIST, CHIEF (motion pic.)
0-66.12 DISK RECORDIST (motion pic.)
0-66.13 FILM RECORDIST (motion pie.)
0-66.14 SOUND MIXER (motion pic.)
sound man
0-66.15 SOUND CUTTER (motion pic.)
editor, sound
0-66.16 DENSITOMETER READER (motion pic.)
0-66.17 DUPE MIXER, CHIEF (motion pic.)
0-66.18 PHOTOGRAPHIC SENSITOMETRIST (motion pic.)

Criminology Experts (0-66.30 through 0-66.39)

0-66.31 BALLISTIC EXPERT (gov. ser.)
ballistic man
ballistic officer
ballistician
firearms expert
firearms man
firearms officer
0-66.32 BERTILLION EXPERT (gov. ser.)
0-66.33 FINGERPRINT CLASSIFIER (gov. ser.)
fingerprint expert
0-66.34 HANDWRITING EXPERT (gov. ser.)
handwriting man

Miscellaneous Technicians (0-66.90 through 0-66.99)

0-66.91 LIGHT-AND-SOUND TECHNICIAN (profess. & kin.)
0-66.92 THEATER MECHANICIAN (amuse. & rec.)
0-66.93 SEED ANALYST (profess. & kin.)
farm-seed specialist
0-66.94 SPECIAL-NOISE MAN (dairy prod.)
0-66.95 TAXIDERMIST (profess. & kin.)
0-66.a tSEISMOGRAPH MEN (petroleum production)


0-68.45


0--68. SEMIPROFESSIONAL OCCUPATIONS,
0-69. N. E. C.
Agricultural, Piscicultural, and Arboricultural Occupa-
tions (0-68.00 through 0-68.29)
0-68.01 ANIMAL HUSBANDMAN II (agric.)
0-68.02 APICULTURIST (profess. & kin.)
0-68.03 DAIRY HUSBANDMAN (agric.)
0-68.04 POULTRY HUSBANDMAN (agric.)
0-68.06 FISH CULTURIST (gov. ser.)
fish-hatchery foreman
pisciculturist
*OYSTER CULTURIST (fish.)
oyster grower
oyster planter
0-68.07 FISH-CULTURIST ASSISTANT (gov. ser.)
fish-hatchery helper
0-68.11 FORESTRY TECHNICIAN (gov. ser.)
0-68.12 TREE DIAGNOSTICIAN (profess. & kin.)
0-68.13 TREE SURGEON (profess. & kin.)
tree doctor
0-68.14 CRUISER (logging)
estimator
land inspector
land looker
timber cruiser
timber estimator
timber rider
timberman
valuer
0-68.15 DISPATCHER VI (gov. ser.)
0-68.16 FIRE ASSISTANT (gov. ser.)
fire-control assistant
fire deputy
0-68.17 FIRE LOOKOUT (gov. ser.)
lookout towerman
towerman
watchman, tower
0-68.18 FIRE PATROLMAN I (gov. ser.)
0-68.21 REGISTRAR (gov. ser.)
checker
entrance guard
0-68.22 SMOKE CHASER (gov. ser.)
fire chaser
0-68.23 SUPPRESSION-CREW FOREMAN (gov. ser.)
fire-protection man
fire warden
suppression-crew leader
Interpreters and Translators (0-68.30 through 0-68.39)
0-68.31 INTERPRETER (profess. & kin.)
0-68.32 TRANSLATOR (profess. & kin.)
FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT I
Research Occupations (0-68.49 through 0-68.49)
0-68.41 GENEALOGIST (profess. & kin.)
*GENEALOGICAL-RESEARCH WORKER (profess. &
kin.)
*GENEALOGICAL-SKETCH WRITER (profess. & kin.)
0-68.42 RESEARCH WORKER (motion pic.)
0-68.43 COPYRIGHT EXPERT (radio broad.)
copyright clerk
0-68.45 ABSTRACTOR (profess. & kin.)
abstract clerk
abstract maker
abstract searcher
abstract writer
title abstractor








0-68.46


0-68.46 SEARCHER, REAL-ESTATE TITLES (profess. & kin.)
searcher, records or titles
title examiner
title searcher
SEARCHER, TITLE-GUARANTEE COMPANY (pro-
fess. & kin.)
0-68.48 LAw CLERK (profess. & kin.)
Specification Writers and Estimators
(0-68.60 through 0-68.69)
0-68.61 SPECIFICATION WRITER, ENGINEERING (profess. &
kin.)
SPECIFICATION WRITER, ELECTRICAL DEVICES
(profess. & kin.)
0-68.62 SPECIFICATION WRITER, LANDSCAPE (profess. &
kin.)
0-68.64 ESTIMATOR IV (profess. & kin.)
Employment and Personnel Relations Occupations
(0-68.70 through 0-68.79)
0-68-71 EMPLOYMENT INTERVIEWER (profess. & kin.)
job interviewer
PLACEMENT SECRETARY, CHARITY OR WEL-
FARE AGENCY (profess. & kin.)
employment secretary, charity or welfare
agency
0-68.72 JOB ANALYST (profess. & kin.)
occupational analyst
0-68.73 TIME-STUDY MAN II (profess. & kin.)
0-68.75 EMPLOYEE-OPERATIONS EXAMINER (r. r. trans.)
Collectors (Stamps, Coins, etc.) (0-68.80 through 0-68.89)
0-68-81 NUMISMATIST (profess. & kin.)
0-68.82 PHILATELIST (profess. & kin.)
Fortune Tellers and Mind Readers
(0-69.10 through 0-69.19)
0-69.11 FORTUNE TELLER (amuse. & rec.)
clairvoyant
soothsayer


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0-71.15


0-69.11 FORTUNE TELLER-Continued.
ASTROLOGER (amuse. & rec.)
CARD READER (amuse. & rec.)
PALMIST (amuse. & rec.)
palm reader
SEER (amuse. & rec.)
crystal gazer
TEA-LEAF READER (amuse. & rec.)
tea reader
0-69.12 GRAPHOLOGIST (amuse. & rec.)
0-69.13 MIND READER (amuse. & rec.)
mental telepathist
0-69.14 PHYSIOGNOMIST (amuse. & rec.)
PHRENOLOGIST (amuse. & rec.)

Announcers and Radio Broadcasting Occupations
(0-69.20 through 0-69.29)

0-69.21 RADIO ANNOUNCER (radio broad.)
announcer
COMMERCIAL ANNOUNCER (radio broad.)
SPORTS ANNOUNCED. (radio broad.)
0-69.22 ANNOUNCER I (amuse. & rec.)
PUBLIC-ADDRESS ANNOUNCER (amuse. & rec.)
0-69.24 MUSICAL-PROGRAM BUILDER (radio broad.)

Miscellaneous Semiprofessional Occupations
(0-69.90 through 0-49.99)

0-69.91 HOUSING WORKER (profess. & kin.)
0-69.92 STORY TELLER (profess. & kin.)
0-69.93 TASTER II (profess. & kin.)
coffee-and-tea taster
tea-and-coffee taster
0-69.94 CENSOR I (profess. & kin.)
0-69.95 EXAMINATION SCORER, COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY
(education)
0-69.96 STYLIST III (ret. tr.)
director, fashion
display stylist
fashion coordinator


MANAGERIAL AND OFFICIAL OCCUPATIONS

(0-70. 00 through 0-99. 99)

This group includes occupations that are involved primarily with responsible
policy-making, planning, supervising, coordinating, or guiding the work-.
activity of others, usually through intermediate supervisors. Typical of these
occupations are managers or presidents of business enterprises, superintendents
of construction projects, and purchasing and advertising agents. Executive
secretaries, and treasurers, although not usually involved in extensive ad-
ministrative or managerial duties, are nevertheless included because of their
official capacities.
Occupations that embrace supervisory functions of the character of foremen,
but that involve limited aspects of policy-making and management, are not
included. These occupations are coded wih the Skilled Occupations.

0-71. HOTEL AND RESTAURANT MANAGERS 0-71.13 MANAGER, HOTEL (hotel & rest.)
general manager, hotel
0-71.01 CATERER II (per. ser.) 0-71.15 MANAGER, CATERING (hotel & rest.)
0-71.11 MAITRE D'HOTEL II (hotel & rest.) caterer
MANAGER, RESTAURANT, FLOOR (hotel & rest.) maitre d'hotel


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0-71.15


17


0-71.15 MANAGER, CATERING-Continued.
MANAGER, BANQUET (hotel & rest.)
MANAGER, FOOD (hotel & rest.)
0-71.21 MANAGER, CAFETERIA OR LUNCH ROOM (hotel &
rest.)
manager, lunch room or cafeteria
0-71.23 MANAGER, RESTAURANT OR COFFEE SHOP
(hotel & rest.)
manager, coffee shop or restaurant
MANAGER, DINING ROOM (hotel & rest.)

0-72. RETAIL MANAGERS

0-72.01 MANAGER, RETAIL APPAREL (ret. tr.)
0-72.02 MANAGER, RETAIL SHOE (ret. tr.)
0-72.11 MANAGER, RETAIL AUTOMOTIVE (ret. tr.)
0-72.12 MANAGER, RETAIL AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE (ret.
tr.)
manager, automobile service station
0-72.21 MANAGER, RETAIL FOOD (ret. tr.)
0-72.22 MANAGER, RETAIL DAIRY PRODUCTS (ret. tr.)
0-72.31 MANAGER, RETAIL DRUG (ret. tr.)
0-72.41 MANAGER, RETAIL FLORAL (ret. tr.)
0-72.51 MANAGER, RETAIL GENERAL MERCHANDISE
(ret. tr.)
0-72.52 MANAGER, RETAIL VARIETY (ret. tr.)
0-72.55 COMMISSARY MAN (any ind.)
manager, camp
steward
0-72.61 MANAGER, RETAIL LIQUOR (ret. tr.)
0-72.71 MANAGER, RETAIL HARDWARE AND FARM IMPLE-
MENTS (ret. tr.)
manager, retail farm implements and hard-
ware
0-72.72 MANAGER, RETAIL LUMBER AND BUILDING
SUPPLIES (ret. tr.)
manager, retail building supplies and
lumber
0-72.81 MANAGER, RETAIL HOUSEFURNISHINGS (ret. tr.)
0-72.82 MANAGER, HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE (ret. tr.)
0-72.91 MANAGER, RETAIL STORE, N. E. C. (ret. tr.)
0-73. WHOLESALE MANAGERS

0-73.01 WHOLESALER (whole. tr.)
jobber
manager, wholesale-trade establishment
wholesale dealer
wholesale merchant
CONVERTER III (whole. tr.)
EXPORTER (whole. tr.)
INDUSTRIAL DISTRIBUTOR (whole. tr.)

0-74. BUYERS AND DEPARTMENT HEADS.
STORES

0-74.11 BUYER II (ret. tr.; whole. tr.)
BUY-BOAT OPERATOR (fish.)
BUYER, CHAIN STORE I (ret. tr.)
BUYER, CHAIN STORE II (ret. tr.)
FOREIGN BUYER (ret. tr.; whole. tr.)
0-74.12 BUYER ASSISTANT II (ret. tr.)
0-74.13 MANAGER, DEPARTMENT III (ret. tr.)
buyer assistant
0-74.21 MANAGER, MERCHANDISE (ret. tr.)
buyer, head
director, merchandise
manager, merchandise division
manager, merchandising
manager, retail-sales promotion


0-83.10


.0-75. FLOORMEN AND FLOOR MANAGERS,
STORES

0-75.10 MANAGER, FLOOR (ret. tr.)
aisle man
floor waiter
floor walker
floorman
manager, aisle
manager, section

0-79. INSPECTORS, MANAGERIAL AND OFFI-
CIAL

Building and Building Equipment Inspectors
(0-79.00 through 0-79.09)

0-79.01 CONSTRUCTION INSPECTOR (const.)
BUILDING-CONSTRUCTION INSPECTOR (const.)
DITCH INSPECTOR costst)
HIGHWAY INSPECTOR (const.)
road-construction inspector
road inspector
MASONRY INSPECTOR (const.)
REINFORCED-CONCRETE INSPECTOR (const.)
RIVET INSPECTOR (const.)
moocher
ROD INSPECTOR (const.)
reinforcing-steel inspector
STRUCTURAL-STEEL INSPECTOR (const.)
TUNNEL-HEADING INSPECTOR (const.)
0-79.02 BUILDING INSPECTOR (insurance)
0-79.03 BOILER INSPECTOR II (profess. & kin.)
0-79.a ELECTRICIANS, INSPECTING (const.)

Mine Inspectors (0-79.10 through 0-79.19)

0-79.11 BITUMINOUS-MINES INSPECTOR, STATE (gov. ser.)
*COAL-MINE INSPECTOR (anth. coal mining; bit.
coal mining)
examiner
gas inspector
mine inspector
safety inspector.
0-79.12 METAL-MINE INSPECTOR (metal mining)
examiner
mine inspector
safety inspector
0-79.13 CHECK VIEWER (bit. coal mining)

Railroad Transportation Inspectors
(0-79.20 through 0-79.29)

0-79.21 PERISHABLE-FREIGHT INSPECTOR (r. r. trans.)
0-79.22 TRANSPORTATION INSPECTOR (r. r. trans.)
0-79.24 DINING-SERVICE INSPECTOR (r. r. trans.)
service inspector

0-81. ADVERTISING AGENTS

0-81.01 DIRECTOR, ADVERTISING (print. & pub.)
0-81.02 MANAGER, ADVERTISING (any ind.)
superintendent, advertising
EXPLOITATION MAN (amuse. & rec.)
0-81.03 MANAGER, ADVERTISING AGENCY (bus. ser.)
0-81.04 ADVERTISING MAN (ret. tr.)

0-83. OFFICIALS OF LODGES, SOCIETIES, UN-
IONS, ETC.

0-83.10 ORGANIZER (profess. & kin.)











0-85.10


18


0-85. CREDIT MEN

0-85.10 MANAGER, CREDIT AND COLLECTION (any ind.)
accounts supervisor
credit man
manager, credit investigations
AUTO-LOANS CREDIT MAN (banking)
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MAN (banking)
MERCHANDISE PURCHASES LOANS CREDIT
MAN (banking)
PERSONAL-AND-MODERNIZATION-LOANS CRED-
IT MAN (banking)

0-87. MANAGERS AND SUPERINTENDENTS,
BUILDINGS.

0-87.10 SUPERINTENDENT, BUILDING II (any ind.)
manager, building
MANAGER, APARTMENT HOUSE (hotel & rest.)
resident manager, apartment house

0-88. SHIP CAPTAINS, MATES, PILOTS, AND
ENGINEERS

Deck Officers (0-88.00 through 0-88.19)

0-88.02 MASTER II (water trans.)
captain
PORT CAPTAIN (water trans.)
TUGBOAT CAPTAIN (water trans.)
tug master
tugboat operator
0-88.03 MATE III (water trans.)
MATE, FIRST (water trans.)
mate, chief
ship officer, chief
ship officer, first
MATE, SECOND (water trans.)
ship officer, second
MATE, THIRD (water trans.)
ship officer, third
TUGBOAT MATE (water trans.)
mate
0-88.11 DREDGE CAPTAIN (const.)
dredge operator
dredge runner
0-88.12 DREDGE MATE (const.)
mate

Engineers (0-88.20 through 0-88.29)
0-88.21 ENGINEER, CHIEF, MARINE (water trans.)
marine engineer
0-88.22 PORT ENGINEER (water trans.)
0-88.23 TUGBOAT ENGINEER (water trans.)
0-88.24 ENGINEER V (water trans.)
0-88.25 ENGINEER II (fish.)

Pilots (0-88.30 through 0-88.39)

0-88.31 SHIP PILOT (water trans.)
pilot

Pursers (0-88.40 through 0-88.49)
0-88.41 PURSER II (water trans.)
ship purser

0-91. PURCHASING AGENTS AND BUYERS'
N. E. C.

0-91.60 PURCHASING AGENT (any ind.)
buyer


0-94.95


0-91.60 PURCHASING AGENT-Continued.
director, purchasing
manager, purchasing
purchasing clerk
BARREL APPRAISER cooperagee)
LOG BUYER (sawmill)
log inspector
PIECE-GOODS BUYER (garment)
remnant buyer
PURCHASING STEWARD (hotel & rest.)
food buyer
manager, purchasing
manager, storeroom
purchaser
purveyor
storeroom man, head
0-91.61 OUTSIDE-PROPERTY IMAN (motion pic.)
SHOPPER II (motion pic.)
0-91.g BUYERS, JUNK

0-92. CONDUCTORS, RAILROAD

Passenger Conductors (0-92.00 through 0-92.09)

0-92.01 CONDUCTOR, PASSENGER CAR (r. r. trans.)
ticket collector

Freight Conductors (0-92.10 through 0-92.19)

0-92.11 CONDUCTOR, ROAD FREIGHT (r. r. trans.)

Yard Conductors (0-92.20 through 0-92.29)

0-92.21 CONDUCTOR, YARD (r. r. trans.)

Pullman Conductors (0- 92.30 through 0-92.39)

0-92.31 CONDUCTOR, PULLMAN (r. r. trans.)
CONDUCTOR, PARLOR CAR (r. r. trans.)
CONDUCTOR, SLEEPING CAR (r. r. trans.)

0-94. PUBLIC OFFICIALS, N. E. C.

Custom Officials (0-94.20 through 0-94.29)

0-94.22 CUSTOMS COLLECTOR (gov. ser.)
*CUSTOMS COLLECTOR ASSISTANT (gov. ser.)

Court Officials (0-94.30 through 0-94.39)

0-94.33 REGISTRAR-IN-CHANCERY (gov. ser.)
School Examiners and Truant Officers
(0-94.50 through 0-94.59)

0-94.52 SCHOOL EXAMINER (education)
0-94.53 TRUANT OFFICER (education)
attendance officer

Miscellaneous Public Officials (0-94.90 through 0-94.99)

0-94.92 ASSESSOR (gov. ser.)
0-94.93 CORONER (gov. ser.)
police coroner
0-94.94 FISH AND GAME WARDEN (gov. ser.)
fish and game protector
game and fish protector
game and fish warden
FISH WARDEN (gov. ser.)
GAME WARDEN (gov. ser.)
game protector
0-94.95 CENSOR II (gov. ser.)


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0-95.01


0-95. INSPECTORS, PUBLIC SERVICE, N. E. C.
Customs Inspectors (0-95.00 through 0-95.09)

0-95.01 CUSTOMS INSPECTOR (gov. ser.)
BAGGAGE INSPECTOR (gov. ser.)
BOARDING INSPECTOR (gov. ser.)
CUSTOMS GUARD (gov. ser.)
CUSTOMS-PATROL INSPECTOR (gov. ser.)
DISCHARGING INSPECTOR (gov. ser.)
GAGER V (gov. ser.)
SAMPLER (gov. ser.)
WEIGHER; (gov. ser.)
0-95.02 CUSTOMS INSPECTRESS (gov. ser.)
0-95.03 CUSTOMS APPRAISER (gov. ser.)
merchandise'appraiser
0-95.04 CUSTOMS VERIFIER (gov. ser.)
opener
0-95.05 MERCHANDISE EXAMINER (gov. ser.)
Food and Sanitary Inspectors
(0-95.10 through 0-95.19)
0-95.11 FOOD AND DRUG INSPECTOR (gov. ser.)
drug and food inspector
FOOD AND DAIRY INSPECTOR (gov. ser.)
0-95.12 FISH INSPECTOR II (gov. ser.)
0-95.13 GRAIN INSPECTOR (gov. ser.)
0-95.16 SANITARY INSPECTOR (gov. ser.)
Miscellaneous Inspectors (0-95.90 through 0-95.99)
0-95.91 IMMIGRATION INSPECTOR (gov. ser.)
immigration agent
immigration investigator
immigration officer
0-95.92 PLANT-QUARANTINE INSPECTOR (gov. ser.)
0-95.93 SAFETY INSPECTOR II (gov. ser.)
factory inspector
0-95.94 CATTLE INSPECTOR (gov. ser.)
cattle-tick inspector
0-97.1
0-98. MANAGERS AND OFFICIALS, N. E. C.
0-99.)
Presidents, Vice Presidents, Secretaries, Treasurers, etc-
(0-97.00 through 0-97.19)
0-97.01 PRESIDENT (any ind.)
BANK PRESIDENT (banking)
banker
executive, chief
0-97.02 VICE PRESIDENT (any ind.)
0-97.03 SECRETARY, ADMINISTRATIVE (any ind.)
secretary, executive
0-97.04 TREASURER (any ind.)
BURSAR (education)
0-97.12 MANAGER, OFFICE I (any ind.)
0-97.13 CHIEF CLERK I (any ind.)
principal clerk
0-97.14 JUNIOR EXECUTIVE (any ind.)
Industrial Organization Managers
(0-97.40 through 0-97.49)
0-97.41 MANAGER, INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION (any ind.)
general manager, industrial organization
superintendent, industrial organization
Production Managers (0-97.50 through 0-97.59)

0-97.51 MANAGER, PRODUCTION I (any ind.)
general foreman
manager, factory


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0-97.82


0-97.51 MANAGER, PRODUCTION I-Continued.
plant foreman
superintendent, plant
superintendent, production
superintendent, factory
FOLLOW-UP MAN II (textile)
MANAGER, PRODUCTION, WORKING (any ind.)
QUARTERMAN (ship & boat bldg. & rep.)
SUPERINTENDENT, LOGGING (logging)
superintendent, woods
SUPERINTENDENT, RADIO ERECTION (radio
mfg.)

Sales and Distribution Managers
(0-97.60 through 0-97.69)

0-97.61 MANAGER, SALES I (any ind.)
MANAGER, CIRCULATION (print. & pub.)
MANAGER, CITY CIRCULATION (print. & pub.)
city circulator
MANAGER, CITY DISTRICT (print. & pub.)
manager, crew
manager, division
MANAGER, CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING (print.
& pub.)
manager, classified
MANAGER, COUNTY CIRCULATION (print. &
pub.)
county circulator
MANAGER, COUNTY DISTRICT (print. & pub.)
roadman
MANAGER, LOCAL ADVERTISING (print. & pub.)
MANAGER, NATIONAL ADVERTISING (print. &
pub.)
MANAGER, NEWSPAPER CIRCULATION (print. &
pub.)
MANAGER, STATE CIRCULATION (print. & pub.)
MANAGER, STREET SALES (print. & pub.)
SUPERINTENDENT, ROUTE (dairy prod.)
swing man
0-97.62 MANAGER, SALES II (clean., dye., & press.)
supervisor
0-97.63 MANAGER, PROMOTION I (hotel & rest.)
director, sales
hotel solicitor
manager, business promotion
manager, sales
manager, sales promotion
DIRECTOR, SOCIAL (hotel & rest.)
caterer
director, social-service
0-97.66 MANAGER, TRAFFIC (any ind.)
superintendent, shipping
traffic analyst
traffic consultant
transit man

Radio and Motion Picture Officials
(0-97.70 through 0-97.89)

0-97.73 DIRECTOR, COSTUME (motion pic.)
0-97.74 DIRECTOR, PROGRAM I (radio broad.)
0-97.75 DIRECTOR, PROGRAM II (radio broad.)
0-97.76 DIRECTOR, RESEARCH II (motion piece )
0-97.81 PRODUCER (amuse. & rec.; motion pic.)
PRODUCER, ASSOCIATE (motion pic.)
0-97.82 PROPERTY MASTER II (motion pic.)


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Banking, Finance, and Insurance Officials
(0-98.00 through 0-98.19)
0-98.01 BANK CASHIER (banking)
STOCK CASHIER (banking)
0-98.02 BOND CASHIER (banking)
0-98.05 CREDIT ANALYST, CHIEF banking )
0-98.06 FOREIGN-EXCHANGE TRADER (banking)
0-98.07 MANAGER, INSURANCE OFFICE (insurance)
0-98.08 MANAGER, FINANCIAL INSTITUTION (banking;
finan. inst.)
MANAGER, BROKERAGE (finan. inst.)
0-98.11 MANAGER, INSURANCE DEPARTMENT (banking)
0-98.12 MANAGER, SAFE DEPOSITS (banking)
0-98.13 TRUST OFFICER (banking)

Service Establishment Managers
(0-98.40 through 0-98.49)

0-98.41 MANAGER, SERVICE ESTABLISHMENT (any ind.)
superintendent, service establishment
MANAGER, STORAGE GARAGE (auto. ser.)

Amusement Officials (0-98.50 through 0-98.59)

0-98.54 MANAGER, RECREATION ESTABLISHMENT (amuse
& rec.)
MANAGER, DANCE FLOOR (amuse. & rec.)
MANAGER, THEATER (amuse. & rec.)
0-98.55 SUPERINTENDENT, CIRCUS (amuse. & rec.)
0-98.56 CALCULATOR, HEAD (amuse. & rec.)
manager, mutuel department

Railroad Officials (0-98.70 through 0-98.79)

0-98.71 ROADMASTER (r. r. trans.)
division roadmaster
section foreman
track supervisor
trackmaster
0-98.72 STATION MASTER (r. r. trans.)
0-98.73 YARDMASTER II (r. r. trans.)
0-98.75 TRAIN DISPATCHER II (r. r. trans.)
dispatcher
0-98.76 TRAFFIC MAN I (anth. coal mining; bit. coal
mining)
DISPATCHER II (bit. coal mining)


0-99.98


Mine Officials (0-99.00 through 0-99.09)
0-99.05 MANAGER, EXTRACTION OF MINERAL (anth. coal
mining; bit. coal mining; metal mining;
nonmetal mining; petrol. production;
quarry)
superintendent, extraction of mineral
SUPERINTENDENT, COLLIERY (anth. coal min-
ing; bit. coal mining)
colliery boss

Construction Officials (0-99.10 through 0-99.19)

0-99.11 SUPERINTENDENT, CONSTRUCTION (const.)
superintendent, job

Contractors (0-99.20 through 0-99.29)
0-99.21 CONTRACTOR II (const.)
0-99.22 JOBBER II (logging)
contractor

College or University Officials, n. e. c.
(0-99.30 through 0-99.39)
0-99.32 REGISTRAR, COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY (education)

Miscellaneous Managers and Officials
(0-99.80 through 0-99.99)
0-99.83 DIRECTOR, SERVICE I (ret. tr.)
manager, operating and occupancy
superintendent, non-selling
superintendent, operating
0-99.84 MANAGER, INSTITUTION (any ind.)
superintendent, institution
ALMSHOUSE KEEPER (gov. ser.)
manager, almshouse
manager, poor farm
poor-farm keeper
poorhouse master
superintendent, almshouse
superintendent, poorhouse
PRISON WARDEN (gov. ser.)
warden
0-99.85 MANAGER, PROPERTY (real estate)
0-99.87 SUPERINTENDENT, DAY NUESP.RY (education)
0-99.98 Row Boss, OYSTER-AND-SHERIP-CLAN-NING COM-
MUNITIES (can. & preserve )


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CLERICAL AND SALES OCCUPATIONS

(1-00.00 through 1-99.99)


CLERICAL AND KINDRED OCCUPATIONS

(1-00.00 through 1-49.99)


This group includes occupations concerned with the preparation, trans-
scribing, transferring, systematizing, or preserving of written communications
and records in offices, shops, and other places of work where such functions
are performed. Other occupations, such as collectors, telegraph messengers,
and mail carriers, although not strictly of this character are included because
of their close relationship to these activities.
Most of these occupations are performed by mental and manual processes
but a few include in part or in whole the operation of such machines as book-
keeping machines and calculating machines.


1-01. BOOKKEEPERS AND CASHIERS, EXCEPT
BANK CASHIERS
Bookkeepers (1-01.00 through 1-01.09)
1-01.02 BOOKKEEPER II (clerical)
general bookkeeper
CLASSIFICATION-CONTROL CLERK (clerical)
FIXED-CAPITAL CLERK (light, heat, & power)
GENERAL-LEDGER BOOKKEEPER (clerical)
INVOICE-CLASSIFICATION CLERK (light, heat, &
power)
NIGHT AUDITOR (hotel & rest.)
night-clerk auditor
STEWARD BOOKKEEPER (hotel & rest.)
issue clerk
TRAVELERS'-LETTER-OF-CREDIT BOOKKEEPER
(banking)
1-01.03 BOOKKEEPER III (clerical)
ACCOUNT-CLASSIFICATION CLERK (clerical)
ACCOUNTS-PAYABLE BOOKKEEPER (clerical)
ACCOUNTS-RECEIVABLE BOOKKEEPER (clerical)
cash-book bookkeeper
BANK-LEDGER BOOKKEEPER (banking)
CHARGE-RECAPITULATION CLERK (light, heat.
& power)
CHRISTMAS-CLUB BOOKKEEPER (banking)
CIRCULATION BOOKKEEPER (print. & pub.)
CLASSIFIED-ADVERTISING BOOKKEEPER (print.
& pub.)
classified-advertising auditor
COMMERCIAL BOOKKEEPER (banking)
COMMODITY-LOAN CLERK (banking)
DISCOUNT BOOKKEEPER (banking)
DISPLAY-ADVERTISING BOOKKEEPER (print. &
pub.)
display-advertising auditor


1-01.03 BOOKKEEPER III-Continued.
INTEREST-ACCRUAL BOOKKEEPER (banking)
INVESTMENT-BONDS BOOKKEEPER (banking)
investment-control bookkeeper
MEDICAL-VOUCHER CLERK (insurance)
examiner-rating clerk
MORTGAGE-LOAN-COMPUTATION CLERK (in-
surance)
NOTE CLERK (insurance)
PAY-ROLL-SUMMARY-RECAPITULATION CLERK
(light, heat, & power)
PERIODIC-DISBURSEMENT CHECKER (insurance)
RECAPITULATION CLERK (light, heat, & power)
recap clerk
SAFE-DEPOSIT-BOX BOOKKEEPER (banking)
SAVINGS BOOKKEEPER (banking)
TRADING BOND CONTROLS BOOKKEEPER
(banking)
TRUST BOOKKEEPER (banking)
1-01.05 BUDGET CLERK (clerical)
budget-record clerk
1-01.07 STEWARD, ASSOCIATE (amuse. & rec.)
1-01.08 FOOD CONTROLLER (hotel & rest.)
control clerk
food auditor
food-control clerk
food-cost accountant
restaurant clerk
restaurant-control clerk
restaurant-food-control clerk
LIQUOR CONTROLLER (hotel & rest.)
liquor auditor
liquor-control clerk
liquor-cost accountant


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1-01.31


Bookkeeping Clerks (1-01.30 through 1-01.49)
1-01.31 ACCOUNTING CLERK (clerical)
accountant clerk
ABSTRACT-EXAMINATION CLERK (insurance)
ACCOUNT CHECKER (clerical)
ACCOUNTS-PAYABLE CLERK (clerical)
bills-payable clerk
ACCOUNTS-RECEIVABLE CLERK (clerical)
cash poster
cash-posting clerk
charge-account clerk
ADVANCE-PAYMENT CLERK (clerical)
BILL-RECAPITULATION CLERK (light, heat, &
power)
CASH-COUPON CLERK (light, heat, & power)
CHECK CLERK II (clerical)
RENT AND MISCELLANEOUS-REMITTANCECLERK
(insurance)
VOUCHER CLERK (clerical)
VOUCHER-REGISTER CLERK II (light, heat, &
power)
1-01.32 AUDIT CLERK (clerical)
auditing clerk
AUDIT-EXPENSE-VOUCHER CLERK (insurance)
C. O. D.-AUDIT CLERK (clerical)
CASH-SALES-AUDITING CLERK (clerical)
cash clerk
CHARGE-ACCOUNTS-AUDIT CLERK (clerical)
charge-audit clerk
COMMISSION AUDITOR (insurance)
FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION LOAN
AUDITOR (insurance)
FIELD-EXPENSE-AUDIT CLERK (insurance)
INVENTORY-AUDIT CLERK (clerical)
JOURNAL-ENTRY-AUDIT CLERK (clerical)
PENDING-SALES-REMITTANCE AUDITOR (insur-
ance)
RECONCILEMENT CLERK (banking)
REMITTANCE AUDITOR (insurance)
REMITTANCE ON FARM RENTAL AND SOIL CON-
SERVATION AUDITOR (insurance)
SALES-AUDIT CLERK (clerical)
sales-check-audit clerk
1-01.33 BALANCE CLERK (clerical)
balancing clerk
AcCOUNTS-RECEIVABLE-BALANCING CLERK
(clerical)
BALANCING-CHARGES CLERK (clerical)
BANK-BALANCE AND REPORT CLERK (insur-
ance)
SUMMARY-JOURNAL BALANCING CLERK (insur-
ance)
1-01.35 COST CLERK II (clerical)
expense clerk
operation clerk
production clerk
AUTO-COST-RECORD CLERK (light, heat, &
power)
BEVERAGE CLERK II (hotel & rest.)
beverage-distributing clerk
beverage-sales-distributing clerk
LABOR-CLASSIFICATION CLERK (clerical)
OPERATING-COST CLERK (clerical)
SALES-DISTRIBUTION CLERK II (hotel & rest.)
food-distributing clerk
food-sales clerk
food-sales-distributing clerk


22


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1-01.36 ENTRY CLERK II (clerical)
entering clerk
receiving clerk
ENTRY CLERK, CASH JOURNAL (clerical)
cash-journal clerk
JOURNAL CLERK (clerical)
journal-entry clerk
journalizer
ORDER-LEDGER CLERK (clerical)
order registrar
SALES-ENTRY CLERK (clerical)
sales-record clerk
URINALYSIS-RECORD CLERK (insurance)
1-01.38 INSURANCE CLERK H (clerical)
group-insurance-auditing clerk
1-01.41 INVENTORY CLERK (clerical)
GLUE CHECKER (glue)
INVENTORY CLERK, PERPETUAL (clerical)
inventory clerk, continuous
INVENTORY CLERK, PHYSICAL (clerical)
INVENTORY CLERK, STOCKROOM (cleric-l)
record clerk, stockroom
ROAD CLERK (r. r. trans.)
SHORT-LIST CLERK (clerical)
1-01.42 MATERIAL CLERK (clerical)
material checker
stock-record clerk
stores-auditor clerk
STREET CLERK (light, heat, & power)
TRUCK CHECKER costst)
load checker
tallyman
WAREHOUSE-RECORD CLERK (clerical)
warehouse clerk
warehouseman
1-01.43 POSTING CLERK (clerical)
entry clerk
poster
posting-machine operator
BANK-LEDGER CLERK (insurance)
BEVERAGE-SALES-DISTRIBUTION CLERK (hotel
& rest.)
beverage clerk
beverage-sales clerk
CHARGE-BACK CLERK (clerical)
CHARGE-OFF CLERK (insurance)
CHARGE-REFER CLERK (clerical)
CONSTRUCTION-LEDGER CLERK (light, heat, &
power)
DATA-CHANGE CLERK (insurance)
DIVIDEND-DEPOSIT-VOUCHER QUOTER (insur-
ance)
dividend-deposit-entry clerk
dividend-deposit-surrender clerk
quoter
ERROR-LEDGER CLERK (clerical)
LEDGER CLERK (clerical)
ledger poster
ledger typist
METER-NUMBER CLERK (light, heat, & power)
METER-ORDER CLERK (light, heat, & power)
POSTING CLERK, STOCK RECORD (clerical)
REAL-ESTATE-EXPENSE-POSTING CLERK (in-
surance)
REAL-ESTATE-STATISTICAL CLERK (insurance)
closing-sale-journal-entry clerk
monthly-statement clerk


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1-01.43


1-01.43 POSTING CLERK-Continued.
REMITTANCE CLERK II (insurance)
RENEWAL ENTERER (insurance)
REVOLVING-FUND CLERK (insurance)
SALES-DISTRIBUTION CLERK I (clerical)
SUSPENSE CLERK (light, heat, & power)
SUSPENSE-RETIREMENT-CLEARANCE-LEDGER
CLERK (light, heat, & power)
TRANSIT LISTER (banking)
TRUST-INVESTMENT CLERK (banking)
1-01.44 SOCIAL-SECURITY CLERK (clerical)
social-security-record clerk
1-01.46 SHEET-WRITER-AND-TAKE-OFF MAN (amuse. &
rec.)
Cashiers (1-01.50 through 1-01.59)
1-01.51 MONEY-ROOM MAN, HEAD (amuse. & rec.)
1-01.52 CASHIER I (clerical)
cage man
cash-accounting clerk
cash clerk
cash girl
cashier, general
cashier, office
CASHIER, FRONT OFFICE (hotel & rest.)
hotel cashier
room cashier
CASHIER, PAYMENTS RECEIVED (clerical)
CIRCULATION CASHIER (print. & pub.)
DISBURSEMENT CLERK (clerical)
disbursing clerk
HOTEL-CASHIER ASSISTANT, GENERAL (hotel &
rest.)
MAIL CASHIER (clerical)
MORTGAGE-LOAN DISBURSEMENT AND RECORD
CLERK (insurance)
1-01. 53 CASHIER II (clerical)
cage man
cash clerk
cash girl
cashier, general
cashier, office
ticket clerk
ticket seller
C.O.D.-APPLIANCE AND GAS-AND-ELECTRIC-
BILL CLERK (light, heat, & power)
CASH-REGISTER READER (clerical)
CASHIER, BATH-HOUSE (per. ser.)
suit attendant
CASHIER, Box OFFICE (amuse. & rec.)
box-office man
box-office treasurer
ticket seller
CASHIER, GAMBLING (amuse. & rec.)
CASHIER-WRAPPER (ret. tr.)
CREDIT CASHIER (clerical)
DESK CLERK II (per. ser.)
deskman
guest clerk
locker-room attendant
locker-room clerk
FLOOR CASHIER (clerical)
MUTUEL-OPTION CLERK (amuse. & rec.)
mutuel clerk
mutuel-option seller
pari-mutuel clerk
pari-mutuel-option clerk
84690-39-----4


1-01.53 CASHIER II-Continued.
NIGHT CLERK II (per. ser.)
SECOND-RIDE FARE COLLECTOR (amuse. & rec.)
repeat-ride fare collector
SPECIAL TELLER (light, heat & power)
STORE CASHIER (clerical)
TELLER II (light, heat, & power)
receiver
TICKET SELLER II (amuse. & rec.)
cashier, ticket selling
TUBE OPERATOR II (ret. tr.)
carrier girl
cashier, tube room
teller, tube
1-01. 55 MUTUEL-OPTION CASHIER (amuse. & rec.)
mutuel cashier
pari-mutuel cashier
pari-mutuel-option cashier
1-01.56 CHANGE-BOOTH MAN (amuse. & rec.)
cashier, change booth
1-01.57 MONEY COUNTER I (amuse. & rec.)
money-room man
*MONEY COUNTER II (ret. tr.)
register cashier

Miscellaneous Bookkeepers and Cashiers
(1-01.90 through 1-01.99)
1-01.91 CALCULATOR ASSISTANT (amuse. & rec.)

1-02. BOOKKEEPING MACHINE OPERATORS

1-02.01 BOOKKEEPING-MACHINE OPERATOR I (clerical)
account clerk
accounting-machine operator
bookkeeper
bookkeeper, machine
bookkeeping operator
poster
poster, machine
posting-machine operator
recording clerk
INDIVIDUAL BOOKKEEPER (banking)
SECURITY BOOKKEEPER (banking)
1-02.02 BOOKKEEPING-MACHINE OPERATOR II (clerical)
account clerk
accounting-machine operator
bookkeeper
bookkeeper, machine
bookkeeping operator
poster
poster, machine
posting-machine operator
recording clerk
BOOKKEEPING-MACHINE OPERATOR, ACCOUNTS
RECEIVABLE (clerical)
CORPORATE-TRUST BOOKKEEPER (banking)
COUNTRY-BANK BOOKKEEPER (banking)
country-bookkeeper and out-clearing clerk
DISCOUNT-AND-INTEREST-BILLING CLERK (light.
heat, & power)
1-02.03 BOOKEEEPING-MACHINE OPERATOR III (clerical)
account clerk
accounting-machine operator
bookkeeper
bookkeeper, machine
bookkeeping operator
poster


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1-02.03


1-02.03 BOOKKEEPING-MACHINE OPERATOR III-Contd.
poster, machine
posting-machine operator
recording clerk
1-02.04 POSTING MACHINE OPERATOR II (clerical)
poster
poster, machine
posting clerk

1-03. CHECKERS.

1-03.01 CHECKER (amuse. & rec.)
1-03.02 CHECKER (clerical)
check clerk
checking clerk
counter
o. k. clerk
proofreader
tallyman
weigher
AGENT-DAILY-REPORT CHECKER (insurance)
agent-daily-report clerk
agent-report auditor
agent-report checker
report checker
report clerk
report worker
scheduler
ASSET-CARD CLERK (banking)
BANK-RECONCILIATION CLERK I (clerical)
BILLET CHECKER (iron & steel)
BILLING CHECKER (clerical)
invoice checker
BOOKKEEPING MACHINE POSTING CHECKER
(insurance)
BRICK CHECKER (brick & tile)
CAR CHECKER I (clerical)
freight-car checker
railroad-car checker
CARTON CHECKER (clerical)
box checker
package checker
CERTIFICATE-OF-INSURANCE CHECKER
(insurance)
CHECK AUDITOR (hotel & rest.)
food checker, hotel
CHECK-IN CLERK (bake. prod.)
CHECK SORTER II (light, heat, & power)
CHECKER (motion pic.)
CHECKING CLERK I (banking)
COMPLAINT CLERK II (clean., dye., & press.)
o. k. girl
COST CLERK I (clerical)
COUNTER VII (print. & pub.)
COUNTER VIII (rayon & allied prod.)
COUPON CLERK II (light, heat, & power)
COUPON-MANIFEST CLERK (banking)
DATA CLERK II (light, heat & power)
DIVIDEND-DEPOSIT CHECKER (insurance)
DIVIDEND-DEPOSIT-VOUCHER CHECKER (in-
surance)
dividend-deposit surrender checker
DIVIDEND-DISBURSEMENT CLERK (insurance)
ENTRY EXAMINER (clerical)
EXPENSE CLERK II (clerical)
EXTENSION CHECKER (clerical)
extension verifier
FILING CHECKER (insurance)


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1-03.02


1-03.02 CHECKER-Continued.
FINISHED-IMATEPIAL CHECKER I (textile)
caller-off
INSTALLMENT-ACCOUNT CHECKER (clerical)
charge-account checker
INSURANCE CLERK I (banking)
INVESTIGATION CLERK (light, heat. & power)
LOT CHECKER (slaught. & meat pack.)
IMORTGAGE-LOAN-APPLICATION-PAPEE CHECK-
ER (insurance)
MORTGAGE-LOAN-PAPER EXAMINER (insur-
ance)
NEW-BUSINESS CHECKER (insurance)
OLD-BUSINESS-CHANGE CHECKER insurancee)
OUTLAw-LOAN-RECORD CLERK bankingg,
PAYMENT-CHECKING CLERK (light, heat, &
power)
PAYROLL-RECONCILIATION CLERK (CI'E-ca-i'
PERSONAL-SERVICE TELEPHONE CLERK (ret. tr.)
POLICY-CHANGE CHECKER (insLurnce)
alteration checker
change checker
POLICY CHECKER (insurance)
PREMIUM-NOTE AND NOTICE CHECKER (in-
surance)
PRICE CHECKER (clerical)
PRINTED-FORMS PROOFREADER (clerical)
QUOTATION CHECKER (insurance)
RATE CHECKER (insurance)
RECEIPT CHECKER (insurance)
receipt clerk
receipt-ordering clerk
RECORD CLERK II (garment)
REGISTER CHECKER (insurance)
REMITTANCE-ACCOUNT CLERK b1ank-l )
RENEWAL CHECKER (insurance,
bill checker
RENEWAL-RECEIPT CHECKER (insurance)
RETURN-NOTE CLERK (insurance)
RETURNED-GOODS CHECKER TI (clerical)
returned-goods receiver
returned-goods unpacker
REVIEWER I (insurance)
application-record checker
final-application reviewer
new-business clerk
non-medical-application checker
SAMPLE CHECKER I (knit coods'
STALE-BREAD _MAN (bake. prod.)
STOREROOM-ORDER-CLASSIFICATION CLERK
(clerical)
storeroom-requisition-record clerk
SUBTRACTION CLERK (light, heat, & power)
TRAFFIC CLERK I (clerical)
traffic man
TRAIN CLERK (r. r. trans.)
TREASURER-CHECKS Clerk (insurance)
bank-reconciliation clerk
TYPING CHECKER (clerical)
typist checker
UNDERWRITER CHECKER (insurance)
WAGON CHECKER (clerical)
WAREHOUSE CHECKER (clerical)
storehouse checker
YARDAGE CALLER (textile)
broad-cloth caller
lot closer
*CHECKER (jewelry)








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1-03.03 FOOD CHECKER, CAFETERIA II (hotel & rest.)
checker
*FooD TABULATOR, CAFETERIA (hotel & rest.)
food checker, cafeteria
multicounter operator
1-03.04 FooD CHECKER, HOTEL DINING ROOM OR RES-
TAURANT (hotel & rest.)
checker
BEVERAGE CHECKER, HOTEL DINING ROOM OR
RESTAURANT (hotel & rest.)
1-03.05 GROCERY CHECKER (ret. tr.)
1-03.06 KITCHEN CLERK (hotel & rest.)
storeroom food-checker
1-03.07 INVOICE-CONTROL CLERK (clerical)
invoice clerk
invoice-payment clerk
purchasing clerk
purchasing record clerk
term checker
term clerk
STATEMENT CLERK I (clerical)
statement checker
1-03.08 TRAFFIC CHECKER (gov. ser.)
traffic enumerator

1-04. CLERKS, GENERAL
1-04. 01 CLERK, GENERAL (clerical)
ADDRESSER III (clerical)
addressing clerk
BILL INSERTER (clerical)
BILL SORTER (clerical)
BLUE-PENCIL MAN (garment)
dopster
CARRIER OPENER (ret. tr.)
sales-ticket sorter
CHANGE-OF-ADDRESS CLERK (clerical)
address checker
CHECK SORTER I (banking)
CHECKER (sugar) I
CHECKER (sugar) II
COIN CLERK (ret. tr.)
COMPLAINT-SLIP CLERK (light, heat, & power)
COPY HOLDER (clerical)
COUPON CLERK I (banking)
COUPON-REDEMPTION CLERK (clerical)
CUSTOMER-CONTROL CLERK (clerical)
ELECTRIC-LIGHT-BILL INSERTER (light, heat, &
power)
ENVELOPE ADDRESSER (clerical)
GUEST-HISTORY CLERK (hotel & rest.)
IN-CLEARING CLERK (banking)
INCOME-TAX DATA AND STATISTICAL CLERK
(insurance)
INSERTER I (clerical)
envelope stuffer
stuffer
JOB TRACER (clerical)
job checker
job spotter
progress clerk
METER-ORDER-SORTING CLERK (light, heat, &
power) *
PACKAGE ADDRESSER (clerical).*
PHOTOSTATIC-COPY CLERX' (cleral), *
RATE INSERTER (insuranTce ,
SALES-SLIPS SORTEit.0r rica) 1
sales-check sortr' .
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1-05.01


1-04.01 CLERK, GENERAL-Continued.
SHADE-TICKET MARKER (garment)
SORTER (clerical)
sorting clerk
SORTER-GRAF OPERATOR (clerical)
SORTING CLERK I (banking)
STAMPING-MACHINE OPERATOR III (clerical)
envelope-stamping-machine operator
letter-stamping-machine operator
postage-machine operator
STENCIL INSERTER (clerical)
address-plate inserter
plate inserter
STUFFER II (clerical)
stuffing clerk
TAG CLERK (clerical)
tag writer
tagger
ticket clerk
ticket marker
ticketer
TICKET-MACHINE OPERATOR I (clerical)

1-05. CLERKS, GENERAL OFFICE

1-05.01 CLERK, GENERAL OFFICE (clerical)
clerk, general duty
office clerk
office girl, general
office man
utility clerk
AGENCY-REPORT CLERK (insurance)
subagent-production-record clerk
CAMP CLERK (clerical)
CHECKING AND RECEIPT CLERK (banking)
COLLIERY CLERK (anth. coal mining; bit. coal
mining)
COMPANY-HOSPITAL CLERK (clerical)
hospital clerk
store-hospital clerk
DEATH-CLAIM CLERK (insurance)
DELAYED-BILL CLERK (light, heat, & power)
FERRY-TERMINAL CLERK (water trans.)
FORMULA FIGURE (paint & varn.)
INSPECTION RECORD CLERK (light, heat, &
power)
INVESTMENT-BOND CLERK (banking)
LOCATION CLERK (light, heat, & power)
MAIL-RETURN CLERK (banking)
MAINTENANCE CLERK (clerical)
engine-room clerk
engineer clerk
NEW-MORTGAGE-LOAN REVIEWER (insurance)
PARTIAL-DISBURSEMENT-CLERK-ON-MORTGAGE
LOANS (insurance)
RECLAMATION CLERK (banking)
RETURNED-ITEM CLERK (banking)
SALES-TAX CLERK (clerical)
SETTLEMENT CLERK (banking)
cash clerk
SsOP CLERK (clerical)
TO~I LERK I (banking)
TAX,.CLrRI, II (clerical)
rent6ie-stiap. clerk
TAX-RECEIFT RCLRK E(insurance)
S TJ UNDERWRITER CAL.REK (insurance)
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1-06.01


1-06. FINANCIAL INSTITUTION CLERKS,
N. E. C.

1-06.01 COLLATERAL-AND-SAFEKEEPING TELLER (bank-
ing)
1-06.02 TELLER I (banking)
TELLER, CASH-ITEM AND FOREIGN-EXCHANGE
(banking)
TELLER, CITY COLLECTION (banking)
TELLER, COLLATERAL (banking)
TELLER, COLLECTION (banking)
TELLER, COMMERCIAL NOTE (banking)
TELLER, COMMERCIAL, PAYING AND RECEIVING
(banking)
TELLER, COUNTRY COLLECTION (banking)
TELLER CURRENCY (banking)
cash keeper
TELLER DISCOUNT (banking)
discount clerk
TELLER, DRAFT (banking)
TELLER, FOREIGN COLLECTION (banking)
TELLER, FOREIGN EXCHANGE (banking)
TELLER, LADIES' (banking)
TELLER, MAIL CREDIT (banking)
TELLER, PAY-OFF (banking)
TELLER, PAY ROLL (banking)
TELLER, PAYING (banking)
TELLER, PAYING RECORD (banking)
TELLER, RAILROAD (banking)
TELLER, REAL-ESTATE LOAN (banking)
TELLER, RECEIVING (banking)
TELLER, RETURN-CHECK (banking)
TELLER, SAVINGS (banking)
TELLER, SECURITIES (banking)
TELLER, SETTLEMENT (banking)
TELLER, TRUST (banking)
1-06.03 TELLER, ADJUSTMENT (banking)
1-06. 04 TELLER, HEAD (banking)
teller, unit, head
TELLER, COMMERCIAL NOTE, HEAD (banking)
TELLER, FOREIGN EXCHANGE, HEAD (banking)
TELLER, SAVINGS, HEAD (banking)
1-06.21 CITY-CASH-COLLECTION CLERK (banking)
1-06.22 CITY-COLLECTION CLERK (banking)
1-06.23 CLEARING-HOUSE CLERK (banking)
clearing-distribution clerk
1-06. 24 COUNTRY-COLLECTION CLERK (banking)
1-06. 25 COUPON-COLLECTION CLERK (banking)
1-06.26 FOREIGN-COLLECTION CLERK (banking)
1-06.27 MESSENGER, BANK (banking)
collector
1-06.28 ROUTING CLERK II (banking)
1-06.31 DRAFTS-AND-IMPORT-LETTER-OF-CREDIT CLERK
(banking)
1-06.32 EXCHANGE CLERK I (banking)
1-06.33 EXPORT-LETTERS-OF-CREDIT CLERK (banking)
1-06.41 SAFE-DEPOSIT ATTENDANT (banking)
access clerk
safe-deposit clerk
1-06.42 TRUST-VAULT CLERK (banking)
trust-vault custodian
1-06.43 VAULT ATTENDANT (banking)
1-06.51 ACCOUNT ANALYST (banking) .
1-06.52 COLLATERAL-AND-SAFEKEEPING G.LERK (b9fiig-)'
collateral clerk *
1-06.53 CORPORATE-TRUST CPLE~R(bfnlnking)
1-06.54 DELINQUENT-LO.AN, ILEWK,(banking)


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1-08.17


1-06.55 DISTRIBUTION CLERK I (banking)
1-06.56 EXCHANGE CLERK, SENIOR (banking)
1-06.57 INTEREST CLERK (banking)
1-06.58 REAL-ESTATE CLERK (banking)
1-06.61 TRUST-SECURITIES CLERK (banking)
1-06.62 WIRES-TRANSFER CLERK (banking)
1-06.81 BOARD BOY I (finan. inst.)
board marker
1-06.84 MARGIN CLERK I (banking)
1-06.85 MARGIN CLERK H (finan. inst.)
1-06.a fClerks, Brokerage
1-06.b f Clerks, Clearing House
1-06. f Clerks, Comparison
1-07. HOTEL CLERKS, N. E. C.
1-07.10 FRONT CLERK II (hotel & rest.)
FLOOR CLERK I (hotel & rest.)
1-07.20 KEY CLERK (hotel & rest.)
1-07.30 MANAGER, FRONT-OFFICE (hotel & rest.)
chief clerk
manager, office
1-07.40 RACK CLERK I (hotel & rest.)
1-07.50 RESERVATION CLERK (hotel & rest.)
1-07.60 ROOM CLERK (hotel & rest.)
desk clerk
deskman
front clerk
hotel clerk
room salesman
NIGHT ROOM-CLERK (hotel & rest.)
night clerk
1-08. INSURANCE CLERKS, N. E. C.
Preparation, Examining, and Recording Clerks
(1-08.00 through I-OS.39)
1-08.01 ACTUARIAL CLERK (insurance)
1-08.02 ANNUITY-RECORD CLERK (insurance)
1-08.03 ASSEMBLY CLERK (insurance)
1-08.04 BROKERAGE CLERK (insurance)
1-08.05 CANCELLATION CLERK (insurance)
policy-cancellation clerk
premium-cancellation clerk
premium-card-cancellation clerk
1-08.06 DEATH-CLAIM EXAMINER (insurance)
1-08.07 EXTENDED-INSURANCE CLERK (insurance)
1-08.08 MAKE-UP CLERK (insurance)
1-08.11 PERSISTENCY-RATING-SHEET CLERK (;LS '-Lrs '"e
persistency-record clerk
1-08.12 POLICY-CHANGE CLERK (insurance)
adjustment clerk
alteration clerk
card-record-adjusting clerk
change-entry clerk
policy changer
title and beneficiary clerk
1-08.13 POLICY-VALUATION CLERK (insurance)
valuation clerk
CASH-SURRENDER-VALUE CALiTcnAOE (insur-
S ance)
POLICY-LOAN CLERK (insurance)
correspondent
loan correspondent
:1-0.14*REVLvAL.CLERK (insurance)
1-08.15' PEMTAt-CALCfLATION 'CLEEE (insurance)
1-08.16 SPECIAL-CERQifTrCATE DICTATOR (insurance)
1-08.17 TERM-INSUR'FCE.O CIERK (insurance)
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1-08.41.


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Miscellaneous Insurance Clerks
(1-08.40 through 1-08.79)
1-08.41 AGENT-CONTRACT CLERK (insurance)
1-08.43 AMORTIZATION-SCHEDULE CLERK (insurance)
1-08.45 BORDEREAU CLERK (insurance)
fire-and-tornado-insurance-policy examiner
1-08.47 CAPITALIZATION CLERK (insurance)
1-08.48 MAP CLERK (insurance)
mapper
1-08.51 REAL-ESTATE-LOCATION WRITER (insurance)
1-08.53 RE-INSURANCE CLERK (insurance)
treaty writer
1-08.61 ABSTRACT APPROVER (insurance)
1-08.62 CLOSING-SALE-PAPER EXAMINER (insurance)
pending-sale-assembly clerk
1-08.63 FARM-PROPERTY LEASE AND ADVANCE CLERK
(insurance)
1-08.64 LEASE AND EASEMENT CLERK, OIL AND GAS
RIGHT-OF-WAY (insurance)
1-08.65 PROPERTY-REPAIR-AUTHORIZATION CLERK (in-
surance)
real-estate-file canvasser and correspondent
1-08.66 RELEASE-CLERK ON MORTGAGE LOANS (in-
surance)
1-08.67 SALES-AGREEMENT ANALYSIS AND ENTRY CLERK
(insurance)
sales-agreement auditor
sales-journal-entry-verification clerk
1-08.68 SALES-PAPER-DRAFTING CLERK (insurance)
sales-adjustment and conversion clerk

1-10. PRINTING AND PUBLISHING CLERKS,
N. E. C.

1-10.01 COUNTER CLERK III (print. & pub.)
1-10.02 CLASSIFIED-AD CLERK (print. & pub.)
1-10.03 DISPLAY-DESK CLERK (print. & pub.)
1-10.04 DISTRIBUTION INSPECTOR (print. & pub.)
1-10.05 DISTRICT CIRCULATOR (print. & pub.)
street-sales clerk
1-10.06 PRODUCTION MAN II (ret. tr.)
manager, production
release man
1-10.07 PROOFREADER II (print. & pub.)
READER, FIRST II (print. & pub.)
1-10.08 SCHEDULE CLERK (print. & pub.)
schedule-desk man
1-10.11 EDITING CLERK (clerical)
1-10.12 COPY CUTTER (print. & pub.)
copy man

1-11. RAILROAD CLERKS, N. E. C.

1-11.02 CAR SEALER (r. r. trans.)
sealer
1-11.04 DEMURRAGE CLERK (r. r. trans.)
car-record clerk
1-11.05 DISPOSITION CLERK (r. r. trans.)
1-11.06 FREIGHT-PLATFORM CLERK (r. r. trans.)
1-11.07 OVER-SHORT-AND-DAMAGE CLERK (r. r. trans.)
1-11.08 RAILWAY EXPRESS CLERK (r. r. trans.)
1-11.11 SCHEDULE MAKER (r. r. trans.)
1-11.12 YARD CLERK II (r. r. trans.)
1-11.a tClerks, Railroad Yard and Equipment


1-12.42


1-12. CLERKS IN TRADE, N. E. C.
Credit Clerks (1-12.00 through 1-12.09)
1-12.01 CREDIT AUTHORIZER (clerical)
authorizer
charge authorized
check clerk
credit clerk
refer clerk
CHARGE-PHONE OPERATOR (ret. tr.)
TUBE-ROOM AUTHORIZER (ret. tr.)
1-12.02 CREDIT CLERK II (clerical)
credit-investigation clerk
credit investigator
credit man
1-12.03 ERROR-CHARGE CLERK (ret. tr.)
1-12.04 NEW-ACCOUNT CLERK (clerical)
account-application clerk
application clerk, charge accounts
budget-account clerk
credit-application clerk
credit clerk
credit interviewer
divisional-credit man
new-business clerk
CONTRACT CLERK (light, heat, & power)
application clerk
LOAN-APPLICATION CLERK (banking)
1-12.05 REFERENCE CLERK (ret. tr.)
Direct Service Clerks (1-12.30 through 1-12.49)
1-12.31 ADJUSTMENT CLERK I (clerical)
adjustment-bureau clerk
adjustment-counter clerk
complaint clerk
repair clerk
service clerk
BILL ADJUSTER (clerical)
bill-adjuster clerk
bill-adjustment clerk
bill clerk
customer-service clerk
high-bill clerk
BILL ADJUSTER CORRESPONDENCE CLERK
(clerical)
CREDIT-REFER CLERK (clerical)
1-12.33 PRICE CLERK (clerical)
price-index clerk
price
1-12.34 RETURN-MERCHANDISE CLERK (ret. tr.)
1-12.35 RETURNED-GOODS CLERK (ret. tr.)
credit clerk
merchandise-return clerk
return clerk
return-to-stock clerk
returned-goods man
1-12.36 SERVICE-DESK CLERK II (ret. tr.)
exchange clerk
refund clerk
1-12.37 TRANSFER CLERK (ret. tr.)
1-12.38 POST-OFFICE CLERK (ret. tr.)
customer's service post-office clerk
postal clerk, service desk
1-12.41. WRONG-ADDRESS CLERK (ret. tr.)
1-12.42 LOST-AND-FOUND CLERK (clerical)












1-12.43


1-12.43 EXCHANGE CLERK, OUT-OF-TOWN ADJUSTMENTS
(ret. tr.)
complaint clerk, out-of-town adjustments
1-12.46 WILL-CALL CLERK (ret. tr.)
FUTURE-DELIVERY CLERK (ret. tr.)
1-12.47 MARKER (ret. tr.)
marking clerk
merchandise marker
price marker
pricer
ticket maker
ticketer

Mail Order Clerks (1-12.50 through 1-12.59)
1-12.52 SHOPPER, MAIL-ORDER DEPARTMENT (ret. tr.)

1-15. COLLECTORS, BILLS AND ACCOUNTS

1-15.02 COLLECTOR IV (clerical)
collection agent
collector man
outside collector
outside contact man
CLASSIFIED-ADVERTISING COLLECTOR (print. &
pub.)
DISPLAY-ADVERTISING COLLECTOR (print. &
pub.)
INSTALLMENT MAN (clerical)
installment-contracts collector
INSURANCE COLLECTOR (insurance)
SPECIAL COLLECTOR (clerical)
TRACER I (clerical)
1-15.03 QUITTER MAN (dairy prod.)
field man
trouble shooter

1-16. CORRESPONDENCE CLERKS
1-16.01 CORRESPONDENCE CLERK (clerical)
correspondent
dictator
CLAIM CLERK (clerical)
CORRESPONDENCE-SUSPENSE CLERK (insur-
ance)
clearing-correspondence clerk
dispatcher
CORRESPONDENT, OUT-OF-TOWN (clerical)
CREDIT-SYSTEM CLERK (clerical)
EDITOR, FAN MAIL (amuse. & rec.)
fan-mail clerk
EXPIRATION CLERK (insurance)
SALES-CORRESPONDENCE CLERK (clerical)
1-16.02 CORRESPONDENCE AND REPORT-ENTRY CLERK
(insurance)
report and correspondence clerk
1-16.03 CORRESPONDENT ON REAL ESTATE SOLD (insur-
ance)
1-16.04 CORRESPONDENT ON DEVELOPMENT OF NATURAL
RESOURCES (insurance)
gas, and oil and mineral, development clerk

1-17. FILE CLERKS
1-17.01 FILE CLERK I (clerical)
filer
filing clerk
ACCOUNT-TRANSFER CLERK (light, heat, &
power)


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1-17.04


1-17.01 FILE CLERK I-Continued.
APPLICATION-ACCOUNT CLERK (insurance)
AUDIT-FILE CLERK (banking)
DOCUMENT CLERK (light, heat, & power)
FILE CLERK, INDEX (clerical)
index clerk
FILE CLERK, SOUNDED SYSTEM (clerical)
soundex-system clerk
HISTORY-CARD CLERK (light, heat, & power)
meter-record clerk
order clerk
LACKING-MPORTGAGE-PAPER CLERK (insurance)
mortgage-loan-paper dispatcher
NEW-BUSINESS CLERK III (insurance)
POLICY-REGISTEE CLERK (insurance)
policy-valuation-and-new-i;-ue cIerk
PREMIUM-DATA CLERK (insurance)
premium-note-data clerk
QUOTATION-ENTRY CLERK (insurance)
REGISTRY-DIVISION-DATA CLERK (insurance)
1-17.02 FILE CLERK I (clerical)
CIRCULATION CLERK (print. & pub.)
circulation boy
subscription clerk
FILE CLERK, CARD (clerical)
card filer
filing clerk, card
FILE CLERK, CORRESPONDENCE (clerical)
FILE CLERK, DRAWINGS (clerical)
drawing-room clerk
drawings clerk
file clerk, blueprints
file clerk, prints
IMPAIRMENT-FILE CLERK (insurance)
POLICY-AND-NOTE-FILE CLERK (insurance)
PREMIUM-ACCOUNTING CLERK (insurance)
PREMIUM-CARD-FILING CLERK (insurance)
PREMIUM-NOTE-CARD FILER (insurance)
PREMIUM-RECORD-CARD PULLED insurance1)
card puller
SERVICE-BOARD-FILE CLERK (light, heat, &
power)
STENCIL-CANCELLATION CLERK (clerical)
plate-cancellation clerk
1-17.03 FILE CLERK III (clerical)
CASE-RECORD-FILE CLERK (insurance)
FILE CLERK, ORDERS (clerical)
filing clerk, orders
filing clerk, service
KEEP-OFF GIRL (insurance)
LIBRARIAN III (print. & pub.)
morgue keeper
LOAN-CARD-FILE CLERK (insurance)
MORTGAGE-ACCOUNT-ADJUSTMENT CLERK (in-
surance)
PARTIAL-RELEASE CLERK (insurance)
PULLING CLERK (clerical)
card puller
file puller
pull clerk
puller
SALE-FILE-STRIPPING CLERE (insurance)
stripper
1-17.04 PAINT-SAMPLE CLERK (paint & varn.)
filer
sample-stock man









1-18.01


1-18. GENERAL INDUSTRY CLERKS
Mail Clerks (1-18.00 through 1-18.09)
1-18.01 MAIL CLERK (clerical)
mailing clerk
postal clerk
DISPATCHER VIII (insurance)
MAIL CLERK, BILLS (clerical)
MAIL SORTER (clerical)
mail-desk clerk
mail-distributing clerk
mail-routing clerk
MAILING-ROOM CLERK (print. & pub.)
mailer
REGISTERED-MAIL CLERK (banking)
TRANSIT AND IN-MAIL CLERK (banking)
TRUST-MAIL CLERK (banking)
1-18.02 PARCEL-POST CLERK (clerical)
parcel-post packer
parcel-post weigher
PARCEL-POST ORDER-CLERK (clerical)
Personnel Clerks (1-18.30 through 1-18.39)
1-18.31 EMPLOYMENT CLERK (clerical)
interviewer
interviewer, preliminary
reception interviewer
1-18.32 PERSONNEL CLERK (clerical)
EXTRA-HELP CLERK (clerical)
Receptionists and Information Clerks (1-18.40 through
1-18.49)
1-18.41 APPOINTMENT CLERK (clerical)
reception clerk
1-18.42 INFORMATION CLERK (clerical)
information-desk clerk
information girl
receptionist
CIRCUIT OPERATOR (hotel & rest.)
circuit-information clerk
PAY-STATION ATTENDANT (clerical)
1-18.43 RECEPTIONIST (clerical) II
reception clerk
RECEPTIONIST, DOCTOR'S OFFICE (medical ser.)
doctor's office assistant
General Industry Clerks (except Office), n. e. c.
(1-18.50 through 1-18.79)
1-18.61 DISPATCHER, MOTOR VEHICLE (clerical)
1-18.63 ORDER CLERK III (clerical)
customer-order clerk
order taker
BACK-ORDER CLERK (clerical)
MAIL-ORDER CLERK I (clerical)
out-of-town order clerk
MAIL-ORDER CLERK, CHARGE AND 0. O. D.
(clerical)
MERCHANDISE-TRANSFER-ORDER CLERK clericb
cal)
RUSH MAN (hosiery; knit goods)
TELEPHONE AD-TAKER (print. & pub.)
TELEPHONE-ORDER CLERK (clerical)
order-board operator
telephone-order taker
TELEPHONE-ORDER CLERK, ROOM SERVICE
(hotel & rest.)
room-service clerk
room-service operator
telephone operator, room service
TELEPHONE-ORDER DISPATCHER (ret. tr.)


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1-18.68


1-18.64 ORDER DETAILER (clerical)
job-order clerk
order-write-up man
planner
planning clerk
requisition checker
work-order clerk
work-order detailer
work-order writer
BILLER nI (plan. mill)
PROVIDER (iron & steel)
recorder
TICKET MAKER I (clerical)
1-18.66 PRODUCTION CLERK II (clerical)
point checker
production controller
APPLE-PICKING CHECKER (agric.)
CHECKER-IN (boot & shoe)
CHUTE CHECKER I (garment)
CLOTH CHECKER, WEAVING (textile)
cloth stamper, weaver's number
loom clerk
ticker maker, weaving
COMPLAINT CLERK I (boot & shoe)
repair clerk
FLOOR CLERK II (laund.)
GREY-STOCK RECORDER (hosiery)
HOSE COLLECTOR (hosiery)
INCOMING GIRL (hosiery)
LOT BOY I (hosiery)
LOT CHASER (textile)
process checker
OVEN CHECKER (furn.)
PREMIUM-POINT CHECKER (textile)
bonus-point checker
point checker
premium-production checker
PRODUCTION CHECKER (metal mining)
RETURNED-GOODS INSPECTOR (can. & preserve )
SARDINE CHECKER (can. & preserve )
SMOKE-MEAT-PROCESSING CLERK (slaught. &
meat pack.)
SPINNING CHECKER (textile)
STOCK CHASER (clerical)
follow-up man
stock tracer
STOCKING COUNTER (hosiery)
TALLY GIRL (confection.)
checker
TICKET TAKER II (tobacco)
TICKETER I (clean., dye., & press.)
TOMATO CHECKER (can. & preserve )
TONNAGE CLERK (clerical)
WEAVING CHECKER (textile)
WEIGHER (can. & preserve )
WORK CHECKER II (garment)
chart checker
checker
YARN MEASURE, WEIGHT (textile)
1-18.67 SAMPLE CLERK III (whole. tr.)
1-18.68 SERVICE CLERK I (clerical.)
dispatcher
repair-service clerk
service-desk clerk
service-order dispatcher
trouble clerk
WORK-ORDER-SORTING CLERK (light, heat, &
power)








1-18.71


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1-18.71 ORDER CALLER (clerical)
call-out clerk
caller
ORDER-DESK MAN (clerical)
WEIGHT TAKER (slaught. & meat pack.)
weight catcher

General Industrial Clerks (Office), n. e. c.
(1-18.80 through 1-18.99)

1-18.81 BANK-DEPOSIT CLERK (clerical)
REMITTANCE CLERK III (insurance)
1-18.82 BILLING CLERK II (clerical)
bill clerk
bill-preparation clerk
bill writer
biller
charge clerk
charger
BILL-OF-LADING CLERK (clerical)
bill-of-lading typist
BILLING CLERK, DIRECT SHIPMENT (clerical)
BILLING CLERK, STOCK, (clerical)
DUPLICATE-BILL CLERK (clerical)
duplicate-bill locater
INVOICE CLERK II (clerical)
invoicing clerk
STATEMENT CLERK II (clerical)
statement checker
1-18.83 C. O. D. CLERK (clerical)
cash-on-delivery clerk
collect-on-delivery clerk
1-18.84 COLLECTION CLERK (clerical)
collection-contract clerk
collection typist
collector
collector man
past-due-accounts clerk
typist-account analyzer
BUDGET-COLLECTION CLERK (clerical)
CREDIT-CONTACT CLERK (clerical)
credit interviewer
customer-contact clerk
TRUST-COLLECTION CLERK (banking)
1-18.85 MIMEOSCOPE OPERATOR (clerical)
1-18.86 TICKET GIRL (laund.)
pricer
pricing clerk
1-18.87 SETTLING CLERK (ret. tr.)
1-18.91 RETURN-CHECK CLERK (clerical)
1-18.92 SIGNATURE CLERK (clerical)
1-18.93 TRACER CLERK (clerical).
trace clerk
tracer
MAIL TRACER (clerical)
MISSING-CHECK INVESTIGATOR (clerical)
missing-check reporter
SHORT-REPORT CLERK (r. r. trans.)
*TRACER V (ret. tr.)
tracing clerk
1-18.94 TUBE OPERATOR I (clerical)
pneumatic-tube operator
tube clerk
tube dispatcher
tube-station attendant


1-24.10


1-18.95 DUPLICATE-TICKET GIRL landnd)
1-18.96 CORE MAN (paper & pulp)
1-18.97 TRAFFIC-RATE CLERK (clerical)
rate clerk
FREIGHT-RATE CLERK clerical )
RATE CLERK HI (water trans.)
booking clerk
1-18.98 MANIFEST CLERK (water trans.)
1-18.a Clerks, Efficiency

1-20. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS AND ATTENDANTS

1-20.01 LIBRARIAN ASSISTANT (library)
library attendant
library helper
1-20.02 LIBRARIAN VI (ret. tr.)
1-20.03 LIBRARIAN I (motion pic.)

1-23. MESSENGERS, ERRAND BOYS, AND
OFFICE BOYS AND GIRLS

1-23.02 OFFICE BOY (clerical)
COPY BOY (print. & pub.)
DATA CLERK I (insurance)
OFFICE GIRL (clerical)
1-23.12 BILL DISTRIBUTOR (light, heat, & power)
bill passer
1-23.13 HANDBILL PASSER (clerical)
advertisement distributor
pamphlet distributor
SAMPLE DISTRIBUTOR (clerical)
advertisement distributor
1-23.14 MESSENGER I (clerical)
delivery boy
errand boy
errand girl
floor boy
messenger boy or girl
runner
wheel boy
BELLHOP I (banking)
BUY-OUT BoY (ret. tr.)
CASH BOY (ret. tr.)
CASH GIRL (ret. tr.)
CORPORATE MESSENGER (banking)
DRAFT CLERK (insurance)
MAIL BOY (clerical)
mail carrier
mail-delivery boy
MUTUEL-MESSENGER GIRL (amuse. & rec.)
PAGE II (library)
RUNNER IV (finan. inst.)
SAVINGS BELLHOP (banking)
1-23.15 DELIVERY BOY II (hotel & rest.)
runner
PACKAGE BOY (hotel & rest.)
parcel-delivery clerk
SERVIDOR DELIVERY BOY (hotel & rest.)
1-23.21 PAGE BOY (radio broad.)
1-23.22 CALLBOY I (amuse. & rec.)

1-24. TELEGRAPH MESSENGERS

1-24.10 TELEGRAPH MESSENGER (tel. & tel.)


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1-25. OFFICE MACHINE OPERATORS
Billing-Machine Operators (1-25.00 through 1-25.09)

1-25.02 BILLING-MACHINE OPERATOR I (clerical)
bill clerk
biller
billing clerk
invoicing-machine operator
BILL-OF-LADING CLERK (clerical)
bill-of-lading typist
BILLING CLERK, DIRECT SHIPMENT (clerical)
BILLING CLERK, STOCK (clerical)
DELINQUENT-NOTICE-MACHINE OPERATOR
(clerical)
DUPLICATE-BILL CLERK (clerical)
duplicate-bill locater
INVOICE CLERK II (clerical)
invoicing clerk
INVOICE CLERK III (clerical)
MANIFEST CLERK (water trans.)
1-25.03 BILLING-MACHINE OPERATOR II (clerical)
fanfold operator
NOTICE-WRITING-MACHINE OPERATOR (insur-
ance)
premium-notice clerk
RECORDAK-PROJECTOR OPERATOR (clerical)
itemizer
TRANSIT-DRAFT CLERK (banking)

Computing-Machine Operators (1-25.10 through 1-25.19)
1-25.12 ADDING-MACHINE OPERATOR (clerical)
BATCH CLERK (banking)
batch lister
batch-sheet operator
OUT-CLEARING CLERK (banking)
out-mail clerk
1-25.13 CALCULATING-MACHINE OPERATOR (clerical)
calculation clerk
calculator
calculator operator
CALCULATION CHECKER (clerical)
COMPTOMETER OPERATOR (clerical)
EXTENSION CLERK (clerical)
FINAL-AND-DELAYED-BILL-ANALYSIS CLERK
(light, heat, & power)
FINAL-AND-DELAYED-BILL-BALANCING CLERK
(light, heat, & power)
POLICY-CHANGE CALCULATOR (insurance)
PREMIUM-NOTE-INTEREST-CALCULATOR CLERK
(insurance)
RATE-ANALYSIS CLERK (light, heat, & power)
Duplicating-Machine Operators (1-25.20 through 1-25.29)
1-25.22 DUPLICATING-MACHINE OPERATOR I (clerical)
MIMEOGRAPH OPERATOR (clerical)
mimeograph-machine operator
NUMBERING CLERK (insurance)
policy clerk
policy-number-record clerk
policy-number-record-value clerk
policy-number recorder
value clerk
1-25.23 DUPLICATING-MACHINE OPERATOR II (clerical)
DUPLICATOR OPERATOR (clerical)
duplicator-machine operator
HECTOGRAPH OPERATOR (clerical)


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1-25.24 DUPLICATING-MACHINE OPERATOR III (clerical)
COMPOTYPE OPERATOR (clerical)
DUPLIGRAPH OPERATOR (clerical)
dupligraph-machine operator
MULTIGRAPH OPERATOR (clerical)
multigraph-machine operator
1-25.25 DUPLICATING-MACHINE OPERATOR IV (clerical)
1-25.26 DUPLICATING-MACHINE OPERATOR V (clerical)
MULTIGRAPH OPERATOR (clerical)
multilith-machine operator
1-25.27 SET-O-TYPE OPERATOR (clerical)
1-25.28 TYPEWRITER OPERATOR, AUTOMATIC (clerical)
typewriting-machine operator, automatic
HOOVEN-TYPEWRITER OPERATOR (clerical)
hooven operator

Mail-Preparing- and Mail-Handling-Machine Operators
(1-25.40 through 1-25.49)

1-25.41 ADDRESSING-MACHINE OPERATOR (clerical)
addresser
addresser operator
listing-machine operator
ADDRESSOGRAPH OPERATOR (clerical)
addressograph clerk
addressograph-machine operator
SECURITIES-INDEX OPERATOR (banking)
1-25.42 EMBOSSING-MACHINE OPERATOR I (clerical)
embosser operator
plate embosser
GRAPHOTYPE OPERATOR (clerical)
graphotype-machine operator
LOAN-INTEREST-FILE CLERK (insurance)
1-25.43 EMBOSSING-MACHINE OPERATOR II (clerical)
embosser operator
plate embosser
GRAPHOTYPE OPERATOR (clerical)
graphotype-machine operator
1-25.44 FOLDING-MACHINE OPERATOR II (clerical)
folder operator
1-25.45 INSERTING-MACHINE OPERATOR (clerical)
1-25.46 LETTER-OPENER OPERATOR (clerical)
envelope-opener operator
letter-opening-machine operator
mail cutter
mail opener
mail slicer
1-25.47 ENVELOPE-SEALING-MACHINE OPERATOR (cleri-
cal)
envelope-sealer operator
letter-sealer operator
*SEALING-AND-CANCELING-MACHINE OPERATOR
(clerical)
mailing-machine operator

Statistical-Card-Punching-Sorting- and Verifying-
Machine Operators (1-25.60 through 1-25.69)

1-25.61 ANALYSIS-MACHINE OPERATOR (light, heat, &
power)
analysis girl
1-25.62 KEY-PUNCH-DUPLICATOR OPERATOR (clerical)
electric-duplicating-key-punch-machine oper-
ator
duplicating-punch-machine operator
key-punch-machine operator, automatic


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1-25.62 KEY-PUNCH-DUPLICATOR OPERATOR-Contd.
*KEY-PUNCH OPERATOR (clerical)
card-punch-machine operator
card puncher
key-punch-machine operator
key puncher
punch-machine operator
summary-machine operator
PRINTING-PUNCH OPERATOR (clerical)
1-25.63 SORTING-MACHINE OPERATOR II (clerical)
card-sorting-machine operator
electric-record-sorting-machine operator
sorter-machine operator
1-25.64 TABULATING-MACHINE OPERATOR (clerical)
interpreter-machine operator
tabulator-machine operator
tabulator operator
1-25.65 CHECKING-MACHINE OPERATOR (clerical)
1-25.66 VERIFIER OPERATOR (clerical)
verifying-machine operator

Miscellaneous Office Machine Operators
(1-25.90 through 1-25.99)

1-25.91 CHECK-WRITING-MACHINE OPERATOR (clerical)
check typist
check-writer-operator
check-writing-and-signing-machine operator
CHECK-DISBURSING CLERK (insurance)
VOUCHER-REGISTER CLERK I (clerical)
1-25.92 RECORDAK OPERATOR (clerical)
photographic-machine operator
photographic-recorder operator
recordak-machine operator
recordak-photographing-machine operator
1-25.93 SIGN WRITER, MACHINE (clerical)
card writer, machine
1-25.94 TICKET-MACHINE OPERATOR III (garment)

1-26. PAYMASTERS, PAY-ROLL CLERKS, AND
TIMEKEEPERS

1-26.01 PAYMASTER (clerical)
1-26.02 PAY-ROLL CLERK (clerical)
BoNUs CLERK (clerical)
PIECE-WORK TIME-CLERK (clerical)
piece-work checker
SALE-COMMISSION CLERK (clerical)
SIGN-OUT CLERK (slaught. & meat pack.)
1-26.03 TIMEKEEPER (clerical)
check-in man
check man
time clerk
CHART CHECKER I (clerical)
DISPATCHER CLERK (r. r. trans.)
TIME CHECKER (clerical)
work checker
1-27. POST OFFICE CLERKS
1-27.a tClerks, Postal.
1-27.b tSorters, Mail
1-27.c tWeighers, Mail
1-28. MAIL CARRIERS
1-28.a tCarriers, Mail Postmen

1-31. EXPRESS MESSENGERS AND RAILWAY
MAIL CLERKS

1-31.01 EXPRESS MESSENGER (r. r. trans.)


1-34.14


1-32. PHYSICIANS' AND DENTISTS' ASSIST-
ANTS AND ATTENDANTS

1-32.10 DENTIST'S ASSISTANT (medical ser.)
1-32.20 PHYSICIAN'S ASSISTANT (medical ser.)
SURGEON'S ASSISTANT (medical ser.)

1-33. SECRETARIES

1-33.01 SECRETARY (clerical)
LEGAL SECRETARY (clerical)
PRIVATE SECRETARY (clerical)
personal secretary
SECRETARY OF POLICE (gov. ser.)
secretary to chief of police
secretary to commissioner
secretary of police department
1-33.02 SOCIAL SECRETARY (clerical)

1-34. SHIPPING AND RECEIVING CLERKS

1-34.01 DELIVERY CLERK HI (clerical)
distribution clerk
entry clerk
route-delivery clerk
sheet writer
1-34.02 EXPEDITER II (clerical)
follow-up man
1-34.04 RECEIVING CLERK III (clerical)
entry clerk
inward-freight clerk
platform clerk
platform man
receiver
receiving man
receiving-room clerk
receiving-room operator
MATERIAL-CREDIT CLERK (lizht. he3t. & power)
RETAIL-RECEIVING CLERK (clean., dye., &
press.)
counter clerk
order clerk
retail-store attendant
RETURNED-GOODS-RECEIVING CLERK (clerical)
returned-goods checker
returned-goods receiver
returned-goods unpacker
RETURNED-HOSE CHECKER (hosiery)
YARN-STORAGE IMAN (textile)
1-34.06 ROUTE-RETURN M.AN (dairy prod.)
check-in man
checker
cold-room checker helper
return-goods man
return-room man
1-34.08 STUBBER (ret. tr.)
1-34.11 ROUTER III (clerical)
dispatcher
marker, delivery
route clerk
routing clerk
1-34.13 SHIPPING CLERK (clerical) I
shipper
SHIPPING-HOUSE MFAN (corn prod.)
1-34.14 SHIPPING CLERK (clerical) II
CLOTH BOOKER (textile)
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1-34.14 SHIPPING CLERK-Continued.
FREIGHT AND EXPRESS WEIGHER (knit goods)
FREIGHT CLERK I (clerical)
MANIFEST MAN (iron & steel)
RESHIPPING CLERK (clerical)
YARDAGE CHECKER (textile)
1-34.15 SHIPPING CHECKER (clerical)
delivery checker
load checker
loading checker
loading clerk
order checker
outgoing-merchandise checker
packing checker
platform checker
shipping clerk assistant
*RECEIVING CHECKER II (clerical)
incoming-merchandise checker
order checker
raw-material inspector
receiving inspector
unloading checker
1-34.22 RETURN-TO-FACTORY CLERK (clerical)
returns clerk
1-34.23 FOREIGN CLERK (clerical)
EXPORT CLERK (clerical)
IMPORT CLERK (clerical)

1-36. STATISTICAL CLERKS AND COMPILERS

1-36.01 STATISTICAL CLERK (clerical)
record clerk
report clerk
CENSUS CLERK (gov. ser.)
MASTER-CONTROL CLERK (clerical)
MILEAGE CLERK (r. r. trans.)
PENDING-SALES-RECAPITULATION CLERK (in-
surance)
pending-sales-classification clerk
POLICY-ISSUE-REPORT CLERK (insurance)
RECORD CLERK, DAILY SALES (clerical)
TABULATING CLERK (clerical)
tabulator
1-36.02 STATISTICAL CLERK, ADVERTISING (ret. tr.)
advertising clerk
advertising secretary
manager assistant, production
1-36.03 CENSUS TAKER (gov. ser.)
1-36.04 SURVEY WORKER (clerical)
1-36.05 CODING CLERK (clerical)
1-36.06 COMPILER (clerical)
CATALOG COMPILER (clerical)
DIRECTORY COMPILER (clerical)
MAILING-LIST COMPILER (clerical)

1-37. STENOGRAPHERS AND TYPISTS

Stenographers (1-37.00 through 1-37.29)

1-37.12 STENOGRAPHER (clerical)
FOREIGN-LANGUAGE STENOGRAPHER (clerical)
LEGAL STENOGRAPHER (clerical)
POLICE STENOGRAPHER (gov. ser.)
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER (clerical)
TECHNICAL STENOGRAPHER (clerical)
1-37.14 STENOTYPE OPERATOR (clerical)
stenotype-machine operator


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1-37.18 COURT REPORTER (clerical)
law reporter
law writer
1-37.21 CONTINUITY CLERK (motion pic.)

Typists (1-37.30 through 1-37.59)

1-37.32 TYPIST (clerical)
ADDRESS-CHANGE CLERK (insurance)
APPLICATION-REGISTER CLERK (insurance)
ENDORSEMENT CLERK (insurance)
FILING WRITER (insurance)
MASTER-SHEET CLERK (insurance)
MORTGAGE-PAPERS-ASSIGNMENT-AND-ASSEM-
BLY CLERK (insurance)
POLICY WRITER (insurance)
RECORD CLERK III (hotel & rest.)
card writer
RECORDAK-PROJECTOR OPERATOR (clerical)
itemizer
STENCIL CUTTER I (clerical)
TABULAR TYPIST (clerical)
tabulator
TICKETING CLERK (banking)
TYPIST, LITHOGRAPHY (print. & pub.)
WORK-SHEET CLERK (insurance)
1-37.33 TELEGRAPHIC-TYPEWRITER OPERATOR (clerical)
automatic-telegraph operator
MULTIPLEX-MACHINE OPERATOR (clerical)
telegraph operator, automatic
mux operator
TELETYPE OPERATOR (clerical)
teletype-machine operator
teletyper
teletypewriter operator
1-37.34 CLERK-TYPIST (clerical)
ADVICE CLERK (banking)
C. O. D. BILLER (clerical)
CITY CLERK (print. & pub.)
COLLECTION-CARD CLERK (clerical)
COUPON-TICKETING CLERK (banking)
MORTGAGE CLERK (banking)
REMITTANCE CLERK I (banking)
REPORT CLERK III (insurance)
SECURITY-INDEX CLERK (banking)
SINGLE-MAIL CLERK (print. & pub.)
STORAGE-RECEIPT POSTER (clerical)
TRUST-REMITTANCE CLERK (banking)
WAYBILL CLERK (clerical)
1-37.36 TRANSCRIBING-MACHINE OPERATOR (clerical)
dictating-machine transcriber
dictating-machine typist
transcriber operator
transcriber typist
DICTAPHONE OPERATOR (clerical)
dictaphone-machine operator
dictaphone transcriber
dictaphone typist
EDIPHONE OPERATOR (clerical)
ediphone-machine operator
ediphone transcriber
ediphone typist.
1-37.37 TYPEWRITER OPERATOR, AUTOMATIC (clerical)
typewriting-machine operator, automatic
HOOVEN-TYPEWRITER OPERATOR (clerical)
hooven operator


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1-37.38 VARITYPIST (clerical)
varitype operator
varityper
1-37.42 HOOVEN-PERFORATOR OPERATOR (clerical)
hooven-perforating-machine operator

Miscellaneous Stenographic and Typing Occupations
(1-37.90 through 1-37.99)

1-37.91 SCRIPT GIRL (motion pie.)

1-38. STOCK CLERKS

1-38.01 STocK CLERK II (clerical)
counterman
stock attendant
stock checker
stock counter
stock-service clerk
stock tender
stockhouse clerk
stockkeeper
stockman
stockroom attendant
stockroom clerk
stockroom man
storekeeper
storeroom attendant
storeroom clerk
storeroom keeper
stores clerk
stores-supply clerk
supply clerk
supply-room clerk
CAMERA CLERK (motion pie.)
CELLARMAN II (hotel & rest.)
liquor-storeroom keeper-and-checker
wine cellarman
wine clerk
wine-steward assistant
COLOR STOCKMAN (textile)
DIE-STORAGE MAN (clerical)
die keeper
DRUM-STOCK CLERK (clerical)
FINAL-ASSEMBLER TROUBLEMAN (auto. mfg.)
FINISHED-GOODS STOCK-CLERK (clerical)
FOLLOW MAN (auto. mfg.)
FOOD-STOREROOM MAN (hotel & rest.)
GEAR-ROOM KEEPER (textile)
casting-man
HOGSHEAD-STOCK CLERK (tobacco)
ICE-Box MAN IHI (hotel & rest.)
KIT ASSEMBLER II (clerical)
bundler
knock-down bundler
upholstery bundler
upholstery stockman
KITCHEN STOCK-CLERK (hotel & rest.)
kitchen stock-girl
KITMAN (auto. mfg.)
LUMBER-DELIVERY MAN (auto. mfg.)
OIL-ROOM MAN I (clerical)
oil-house attendant
OIL-ROOM MAN II (metal mining)
PATTERN-STORAGE MAN (found.)
pattern clerk
pattern-room attendant
pattern-vault man
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1-38.01 STOCK CLERK II-Continued.
PIECE-GOODS MAN (garment)
cloth boy
cloth man
examiner
PLATEMAN VI (print. & pub.)
printing-plate man
RAW-MAATERIAL STOCK-CLERK (clerical)
REFRIGERATOR MD A II (ret. tr.)
SACK-RooM ATTENDANT (clerical)
sack keeper
sack-room boy or man
SHIPPING STOCK-CLERK (clerical)
outgoing-merchandise stock clerk
STATIONERY STOREKEEPER (clerical)
paper stockman
stationery stockkeeper
stationery stockman
stationery-storeroom man
STOCKMAN V (paper & pulp)
STOREROOM CLERK, GARAGE SUPPLIES (ret. tr.)
parts and service clerk
stock clerk, garage supplies
ToP CLERK (hosiery)
UNIT PACKER (auto. mfg.)
unitizer
WAREHOUSE STOCK CLERK (clerical)
WINE-STOREROOM M~AN (hotel & rest.)
YARD CLERK I (clerical)
Zoo COMMISSARY MAN (amus. & rec.)
zoo storekeeper
1-38.02 STORAGE CLERK, RUG (clean., dye., & press.)
1-38.03 MAGAZINE KEEPER (ammunition; explosives)
1-38.04 STOCK-CONTROL CLERK (clerical)
merchandise-control clerk
stock-order lister
1-38.05 TOOL CLERK (clerical)
supply-house man
tool checker
tool-crib man
tool-crib operator
tool-crib tender
tool handler
tool keeper
tool man
tool-room attendant
tool-room clerk
tool-room man

1-41. TELEGRAPH OPERATORS

1-41.12 TELEGRAPH OPERATOR (tel. & tel.)
telegrapher
1-41.14 JACKBOARD OPERATOR (tel. & tel.)
1-41.52 GAMEWELL OPERATOR (gov. ser.)

1-42. TELEPHONE OPERATORS

Central Office Operators (1-42.00 through 1-42.09)

1-42.01 CENTRAL-OFFICE OPERATOR (tel. & tel.)
switchboard operator

P. B. X. Operators (1-42.30 through 1-42,39)

1-42.31 TELEPHONE OPERATOR I (clericl)
control-board operator
p. b. x. operator
private-branch-exchange operator
switchboard operator
telephone-switchboard operator


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1-42.32 TELEPHONE OPERATOR II (clerical)
control-board operator
P. B. X. operator
private-branch-exchange operator
switchboard operator
telephone-switchboard operator
1-42.34 SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR, POLICE DISTRICT (gov.
ser.)

1-43. BAGGAGEMEN, TRANSPORTATION

1-43.01 BAGGAGEMAN II (r. r. trans.)
1-43.02 BAGGAGE AGENT (r. r. trans.)

1-44. TICKET, STATION, AND EX P R E S S
AGENTS, TRANSPORTATION

1-44.12 TICKET AGENT iair trans.; motor trans.; r. r. trans.;
water trans.)
ticket seller
1-44.22 STATION AGENT (r. r. trans.)
1-44.25 SUPERCARGO (water trans.)
freight clerk
1-44.42 FREIGHT-TRAFFIC AGENT (motor trans.; r. r.
trans.)
freight solicitor
CRATING AND MOVING ESTIMATOR (motor
trans.; r. r. trans.; water trans.)
moving and crating estimator
FREIGHT-TRANSPORTATION AGENT (r. r. trans.)
freight agent, traveling

1-45. WEIGHERS.

1-45.01 WEIGHER (clerical) II
BARREL WEIGHER (petrol. refin.)
COAL SHIPPER (anth. coal mining; bit. coal
mining)
HAM CLERK (slaught. & meat pack.)
HIDE WEIGHER (leather mfg.)
hide-house scaleman
PUBLIC WEIGHER (sugar)
RECEIVING WEIGHMAN (clerical)
SUBDIVIDER (chem.)
WEIGHER, SOY BEANS (soy bean prod.)
WEIGHT CALLER (clerical)
YARN WEIGHER (textile)
finished-material checker
1-45.02 WEIGHMASTER I (anth. coal mining; bit. coal
mining; metal mining)
coal measure (bit. coal mining)
company weighmaster
weigh boss
weigh boss, company
weighman
weighman, company
weightmaster (bit. coal mining)
1-45.03 CHECK WEIGHER I (anth. coal mining; bit. coal
mining; metal mining)
check-docking boss (bit. coal mining)
check measure
check weighman

1-48. AGENTS AND APPRAISERS, N. E. C.

Business Agents (1-48.00 through 1-48.29)
1-48.01 BUSINESS AGENT (amuse. & rec.)
manager, business
CIRCUS AGENT (amuse. & rec.)


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1-48.01 BUSINESS AGENT-Continued.
CIRCUS CONTRACTING-AGENT (amuse. & rec.)
IMPRESARIO (amuse. & rec.)
MANAGER, THEATRICAL PRODUCTION (amuse.
& rec.)
1-48.02 ADVANCE AGENT (amuse. & rec.)
advance man
TWENTY-FOUR HOUR MAN (amuse. & rec.)
1-48.03 LITERARY AGENT (bus. ser.)
authors' agent
PLAY BROKER (amuse. & rec.)
1-48.05 BOOKING AGENT (amuse. & rec.)
booker
1-48.08 CLAIM AGENT (any ind.)
claim adjuster
1-48.11 DIRECTOR, LOCATION (motion pic.)
location man
1-48.21 LEASEMAN I (petrol. production)
landman
lease hound
1-48.22 SCOUT II (petrol. production)
1-48.23 RIGHT-OF-WAY AGENT (clerical)
right-of-way man
PIPE-LINE SCOUT (const.)
1-48.24 FIELD-CONTACT MAN (dairy prod.)
farm inspector
field man
field technician
1-48.25 LOAN REVIEWER (banking)
credit analyst
credit checker

Appraisers (1-48.50 through 1-48.69)
1-48.51 APPRAISER, ART (clerical)
1-48.52 APPRAISER, REAL ESTATE (clerical)
APPRAISER, ARCHITECTURAL-PLAN (insurance)
appraiser, building
1-48.55 APPRAISER, CIRCULATION (clerical)
1-48.56 APPRAISER, AUTOMOBILE (ret. tr.)
car appraiser
1-48.57 APPRAISER, FURNITURE (ret. tr.)

Adjusters (1-48.70 through 1-48.79)
1-48.71 ADJUSTER I (any ind.)
1-48.72 TIRE ADJUSTER (rubber tire & tube)
1-48.73 CLAIM ADJUSTER III (clean. dye., & press.; laund.)
adjustment supervisor
claim supervisor

1-49. CLERKS AND KINDRED OCCUPATIONS,
N. E. C.

Readers and Prompters (1-49.00 through 1-49.09)
1-49. 01 READER II (clerical)
1-49.02 READER IV (tobacco)
1-49.04 PROMPTER (amuse. & rec.)

Patent Clerks (1-49.10 through 1-49.19)
1-49.12 PATENT CLERK (clerical)

Property Custodians, n. e. c.
(1-49.20 through 1-49.29)

1-49.21 PROPERTY CLERK (gov. ser.)
custodian
1-49.22 PROPERTY CUSTODIAN (motion pie.)
1-49.24 PROPERTY MAN II (bit. coal mining)


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1-49.25


1-49.25 VAULT CUSTODIAN (motion pic.)
vaultman
1-49.26 VAULT CLERK (motion pic.)

Tallymen (1-49.30 through 1-49.39)
1-49.31 TALLYMAN III (clerical)
LUMBER CHECKER II (sawmill)
lumber tallyman
tally boy
1-49.33 PURSER I (fish.)

Estimators, n. e. c.
(1-49.40 through 1-49.59)

1-49.41 FLOOR COVERINGS ESTIMATOR (ret. tr.)
measureman
1-49.42 FURNITURE REPAIR ESTIMATOR (ret. tr.)
1-49.43 WATCH AND CLOCK REPAIR CLERK (clerical)
clock and watch repair clerk
1-49.44 DRAPERY AND UPHOLSTERY ESTIMATOR (ret. tr.)
upholstery and drapery estimator
1-49.45 COAT ESTIMATOR (ret. tr.)
fur storage estimator
1-49.46 FUR ESTIMATOR (ret. tr.)
fur-repair estimator
salesperson, furs
1-49.47 GLOVE-REPAIR ESTIMATOR (per. ser.)
glove-repair clerk
1-49.48 HOSIERY-REPAIR ESTIMATOR (per. ser.)-
hosiery-repair clerk
1-49.51 ESTIMATOR I (jewelry)
1-49.52 ESTIMATOR III (print. & pub.)
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1-49.53 ESTIMATOR V (wood. box)
lumber measure
Miscellaneous Clerks, n. e. c. (1-49.80 through
1-49.99)
1-49.81 CHECK WRITER, FUR STORAGE (ret. tr.)
1-49.82 REVENUE-STAMP RECORD-CLERK (tobacco)
stamp issuer
1-49.83 REPLACEMENT GIRL (motion pie.)
1-49.84 PROGRAM-TRANSMISSION SUPERVIF-O (radio
broad.)
traffic clerk
1-49.85 COOPERATIVE OBSERVER (gov. ser.)
AIRWAYS OBSERVER (go0. ser.)
1-49.86 RECORDER, COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY (education)
1-49.87 FIELD CLERK costst)
construction clerk
1-49.88 STATION-HOUSE CLERK (gov. ser.)
police clerk
precinct clerk
REGISTRATION CLERK (gov. ser.)
1-49.91 PICK-CLOCK MAN (textile)
1-49.92 TICKET COUNTER (amuse. & rec.)
1-49.93 PROGRESS CLERK n1 count. )
recorder
1-49.94 METER READER (light, heat, & power; water-
works)
1-49.95 DEPOSIT CLERK (light, heat. & power)
GUARANTEE-AND-DEPOSIT CLERK (light, heat,
& power)
1-49.96 NOTARY PUBLIC (gov. ser.)
1-49.97 DISPATCHER IX (petrol. production)
1-49.ia jClerks, Assignment


SALES AND KINDRED OCCUPATIONS '

(1-50.00 through 1-99.99)

Included in this group are occupations concerned with the sale of com-
modities, investments, real estate, and services, and occupations that are very
closely identified with sales transactions even though they do not involve
actual participation in such transactions.
These occupations vary considerably with respect to such factors as the
techniques employed in effecting sales, the knowledge required of what is
offered for sale, and the place of sale (sales establishments, establishment of a
prospective customer, private homes, on streets, and in other places) but they
all have in common the contact with prospective customers with the objective
of effecting sales transactions.
Typical of occupations engaged in actual sales are salesmen, and huck-
sters. Typical of the occupations that are closely identified with sales trans-
actions, but that may not actually participate in such transactions are demon-
strators and shoppers.


1-51. AUCTIONEERS

1-51.10 AUCTIONEER (ret. tr.)

1-52. SALESMEN, BROKERAGE AND COMMIS-
SION FIRMS, N. E. C.


1-52.21 COMM~ssION MAAN, AGP.TCULTURAL PRODUCE
(whole. tr.)
agricultural broker
commission agent, agricultural produce
farm-products broker
produce broker


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1-52.31


1-52.31 MANUFACTURERS' AGENT (whole. tr.)
1-52.91 TICKET BROKER (amuse. & rec.)
1-52.a tBrokers and Market Operators, Cotton
1-52.b tBrokers and Market Operators, Grains
1-52.c tBrokers and Market Operators, Livestock
1-52.d tBrokers and Market Operators, Rubber
1-52.e tBrokers and Market Operators, Tobacco
1-52.f tBrokers and Market Operators, Wool
1-52.g tCommission Men
1-52.h tSalesmen, Livestock
1-52.i tSalesmen, Cotton
1-52.j tSalesmen, Hides and Raw Furs
1-52.k tSalesmen, Leaf Tobacco
1-52.1 tSalesmen, Wool
1-52.mtSalesmen, Flour

1-55. CANVASSERS AND SOLICITORS

1-55.10 SALESMAN, HOUSE-TO-HOUSE II (ret. tr.)
canvasser
peddler
1-55. 20 TELEPHONE SOLICITOR (and ind.)
salesgirl, telephone
salesman or saleswoman, telephone
1-55.30 SALESMAN, EDUCATION COURSES (education)
education-course solicitor
SALESMAN, BUSINESS COURSES (education)
salesman, business school
SALESMAN, CORRESPONDENCE COURSES (educa-
tion)
salesman, correspondence school
SOLICITOR I (any ind.)
canvasser
salesman, house-to-house
salesman, outside

1-56. DEMONSTRATORS

1-56.01 DEMONSTRATOR (bake. prod.; ret. tr.; whole. tr.)
BAKERY DEMONSTRATOR (bake. prod.)
FOOD DEMONSTRATOR (ret. tr.; whole. tr.)
PAINT DEMONSTRATOR (paint & varn.; ret. tr.;
whole tr.)
painter and decorator
TOILETRIES AND COSMETICS SALES-DEMON-
STRATOR (ret. tr.)
cosmetician
cosmetics and toiletries sales-demonstrator
salesperson, toiletries
toiletries and cosmetrics demonstrator
1-56.11 PLANT HOSTESS (bake. prod.)

1-57. SALESMEN INSURANCE

1-57.10 SALESMAN, INSURANCE (insurance)
insurance agent
insurance broker
solicitor
SALESMAN, CASUALTY INSURANCE (insurance)
SALESMAN, FIRE INSURANCE (insurance)
SALESMAN, LIFE INSURANCE (insurance)
SALESMAN, MARINE INSURANCE (insurance)
1-57.20 SPECIAL AGENT (insurance)
1-57.30 UNDERWRITER I (insurance)
final-selection-of-risk clerk
home-office underwriter
interviewer, insurance
investigator


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1-57.30 UNDERWRITER I-Continued.
AUTOMOBILE UNDERWRITER (insurance)
BOND UNDERWRITER (insurance)
INLAND-MARINE EXAMINER (insurance)
policy examiner
LIABILITY UNDERWRITER (insurance)
MEDICAL-STATEMENT APPROVED (insurance)
lay approved
lay underwriter
1-57.40 CLAIM ADJUSTER II (insurance)
examiner
insurance adjuster
investigator
loss clerk
CLAIM EXAMINER (insurance)
loss examiner
1-57.50 INVESTIGATOR I (any ind.)

1-58. NEWSBOYS

1-58.10 NEWSPAPER CARRIER (print. & pub.)
carrier
delivery boy
newsboy
COUNTY CARRIER (print. & pub.)
1-58.20 NEWSBOY II (print. & pub.)
salesman, newspaper
street boy

1-61. HUCKSTERS AND PEDDLERS

1-61.10 PEDDLER III (ret. tr.)
hawker
huckster
vendor
arab
1-61.20 VENDOR I (amuse. & rec.)
hustler
peddler
CANDY VENDOR (amuse. & rec.)
CIGAR AND CIGARETTE VENDOR (amuse. & rec.)
CUSHION VENDOR (amuse. & rec.)
HOT-DOG VENDOR (amuse. & rec.)
ICE-CREAM VENDOR (amuse. & rec.)
PEANUT VENDOR (amuse. & rec.)
POPCORN VENDOR (amuse. & rec.)
PROGRAM VENDOR (amuse. & rec.)
SOFT-DRINK VENDOR (amuse. & rec.)
1-61.30 LEI SELLER (ret. tr.)
lei maker
1-61.40 FISHMAN (ret. tr.)
fish monger
sales clerk, fish

1-63. SALESMEN, REAL ESTATE

1-63.10 SALESMAN, REAL ESTATE (real estate)
agent
real-estate agent
1-63.20 REAL-ESTATE BROKER (real estate)

1-65. SALESMEN, STOCK AND BOND

1-65.01 STOCK TRADER (banking)
1-65.02 BOND TRADER (banking)
1-65.03 SALESMAN, SECURITIES (banking; finan. inst.)
investment counsellor
securities adviser








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1-65.04 CORPORATE-BOND-TRADER AND ANALYST (insur-
ance)
1-65.a tBrokers, Securities

1-70. SALES CLERKS

1-70.10 SALES CLERK (ret. tr.)
counter clerk
BAKERY MORNING-GIRL (ret. tr.)
BAKERY NIGHTMAN (ret. tr.)
CIGAR-COUNTER ATTENDANT (ret. tr.)
cigar clerk
cigar-stand attendant
cigar-stand clerk
newsstand clerk
sales clerk, cigars
FACTORY-STORE CLERK (ice cream)
PRODUCE MAN (ret. tr.)
SALES CLERK, BAKERY (bak. prod.; ret. tr.)
SALES CLERK, BOOK-RENTAL LIBRARY (ret. tr.)
librarian
rental-library clerk
SALES CLERK, DELICATESSEN (ret. tr.)
delicatessen clerk
delicatessen man
SALES CLERK, GROCERIES (ret. tr.)
grocery clerk
SALES CLERK, NEWSSTAND (ret. tr.)
news-dealer
sales clerk, periodicals
SALES CLERK, TOBACCO (ret. tr.)
1-70.40 CIGARETTE GIRL (hotel & rest.)

1-75. SALESPERSONS

Salespersons of Wearing Apparel
(1-75.00 through 1-75.19)

1-75.01 SALESPERSON, CORSETS (ret. tr.; whole. tr.)
corsetiere
1-75.02 SALESPERSON, FURS II (ret. tr.; whole. tr.)
1-75.03 SALESPERSON, MILLINERY (ret. tr.; whole. tr.)
hat fitter
salesperson, women's hats
1-75.04 SALESPERSON, MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING (ret.
tr.; whole. tr.)
1-75.05 SALESPERSON, SHOES (ret. tr.)
shoe clerk
shoe fitter
1-75.06 SALESPERSON, WOMEN'S GARMENTS (ret. tr.;
whole, tr.)
salesperson, dresses
1-75.07 SALESPERSON, YARD GOODS (ret. tr.)
salesperson, piece goods

Salespersons of Automotive and Marine Equipment
(1-75.20 through 1-75.29)

1-75.21 SALESPERSON, AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES (ret.
(tr.; whole, tr.)
1-75.22 SALESPERSON, AUTOMOBILE PARTS (ret. tr.)
parts clerk, automobile
stock clerk, automobile parts
1-75.23 SALESPERSON, MARINE SUPPLIES (ret. tr.; whole.
tr.)
salesperson, boats and supplies


1-75.95


Salespersons of Farm and Garden Equipment
(1-75.30 through 1-75.39)
1-75.31 SALESPERSON, FAR. IMPLEMENTS (ret. tr.; whole.
tr.)
1-75.32 SALESPERSON, GARDEN SUPPLIES (ret. tr.: whole.
tr.)

Salespersons of Household Goods
(1-75.40 through 1-75.49)
1-75.41 SALESPERSON, CHINA AhND GLASSWARE (ret. tr.;
whole. tr.)
1-75.42 SALESPERSON, DECORATIVE HOUSEHOLD ACCES-
SORIES (ret. tr.; whole. tr.)
1-75.43 SALESPERSON, FLOOR COVERINGS (ret. tr.: whole.
tr.)
1-75.44 SALESPERSON, FURNITURE (ret. tr.; whole. tr.)

Salespersons of Music and Musical Instruments
(1-75.50 through 1-75.59)
1-75.51 SALESPERSON, _MUSICAL LNSTRUMTENTS AND
ACCESSORIES (ret. tr.: whole. tr.)
1-75.52 SALESPERSON, SHEET MiUSIC (ret. tr.)

Salespersons of Medical Supplies
(1-75.60 through 1-75.69)
1-75.61 SALESPERSON, ORTHOPEDIC SHOES (ret. tr.)
orthopedic-shoe fitter
1-75.62 SALESPERSON, SURGICAL APPLIANCES (ret. tr.;
whole. tr.)
surgical-appliance fitter
1-75.63 SALESPERSON, SURGICAL INSTP.UMENTS AND
SUPPLIES (ret. tr.; whole. tr.)

Unspecialized Salespersons
(1-75.70 through 1-75.79)
1-75.71 SALESPERSON, GENERAL (ret. tr.)
GLOVE FITTER (ret. tr.)
HABERDASHER (ret. tr.)
HAT CLERK (ret. tr.)
SALESPERSON, MUSICAL RECORDINGS (ret. tr.)
salesperson, phonograph records and musical
rolls
SALESWOMAN, GENERAL (ret. tr.)

Miscellaneous Salespersons
(1-75.80 through 1-75.99)
1-75.91 SALESPERSON, BOOKS (ret. tr.)
book clerk
1-75.92 SALESPERSON, FLOWERS (ret. tr.)
1-75.93 SALESPERSON, GENERAL HARDWARE (ret. tr.;
whole. tr.)
floor clerk, hardware
SALESPERSON, BUILDING HARDWARE (ret. tr.;
whole. tr.)
SALESPERSON, HOUSEHOLD HARDWARE (ret.
tr.; whole, tr.)
SALESPERSON, PAINT (ret. tr.; whole. tr.)
SALESPERSON, TRADESMEN'S TOOL (ret. tr.;
whole. tr.)
SALESPERSON, WOODWORKING AND CABINET
HARDWARE (ret. tr.; whole. tr.)
1-75.94 SALESPERSON, JEWELRY (ret. tr.; whole. tr.)
1-75.95 SALESPERSON, PET SHOP (ret. tr.)








1-75.96


39


1-75.96 SALESPERSON, PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES AND
EQUIPMENT (ret. tr.; whole. tr.)
cameraman
salesperson, camera
1-75.97 SALESPERSON, SPORTING GOODS (ret. tr.; whole.
tr.)
1-75.98 SALESPERSON, STAMPS (ret. tr.)

1-80. SALESMEN, TO CONSUMERS

1-80.01 SALESMAN, GENERAL (ret. tr.)
1-80.11 SALESMAN, MOTORBOAT (ret. tr.)
1-80.12 SALESMAN, ORGAN (ret. tr.)
1-80.13 SALESMAN, PIANO (ret. tr.)
1-80.14 SALESMAN, TREES AND SHRUBBERY (ret. tr.)
salesman, shrubbery and trees
1-80.92 SALESMAN, GARAGE SERVICE II (auto. ser.)
1-85.
185 SALESMEN AND SALES AGENTS, EXCEPT
1-86. TO CONSUMERS
1-87. J
Salesmen of Amusement and Sporting Goods
(1-85.00 through 1-85.09)

1-85.01 SALESMAN, AMUSEMENT AND SPORTING GOODS
(whole. tr.)
salesman, sporting and amusement goods

Salesmen of Automotive Goods
(1-85.10 through 1-85.19)

1-85.11 SALESMAN, MOTOR VEHICLES AND SUPPLIES
(whole. tr.)
distributor, motor vehicles and supplies
1-85.14 SALESMAN, VENDING AND COIN MACHINES
(whole. tr.)
salesman, coin and vending machines
Salesmen of Beverages, Foodstuffs. and Tobacco
(1-85.20 through 1-85.29)

1-85.21 SALESMAN, BEVERAGES (whole. tr.)
1-85.22 SALESMAN, FOODSTUFFS (whole. tr.)
SALESMAN, GROCERIES (whole. tr.)
1-85.23 SALESMAN, TOBACCO PRODUCTS AND SMOKING
SUPPLIES (whole. tr.)
salesman, smoking supplies and tobacco
products

Salesmen of Chemicals and Drug Preparations
(1-85.30 through 1-85.39)
1-85.31 SALESMAN, CHEMICALS AND DRUGS (whole. tr.)
salesman, drugs and chemicals
1-85.32 SALESMAN, TOILET ARTICLES (whole. tr.)
1-85.33 PHARMACEUTICAL DETAIL MAN (whole. tr.)
service representative

Salesmen of Apparel and Dry Goods
(1-85.40 through 1-85.49)
1-85.41 SALESMAN, MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING AND
APPAREL (whole. tr.)
salesman, boy's and men's clothing and
apparel
1-85.42 SALESMAN, WOMEN'S AND GIRLS' CLOTHING
AND APPAREL (whole. tr.)
salesman, girls' and women's clothing and
apparel
1-85.43 SALESMAN, FOOTWEAR (whole. tr.)
1-85.44 SALESMAN, DRY GOODS (whole. tr.)'
1-85.45 SALESMAN, NOTIONS (whole. tr.)
84690-39---5


1-86.34


Salesmen of Fuel (1-85.50 through 1-85.59)

1-85.51 SALESMAN, FUEL (whole. tr.)

Salesmen of Household Goods
(1-85.60 through 1-85.69)

1-85.61 SALESMAN, HOUSEHOLD EQUIPMENT (whole. tr.)
1-85.62 SALESMAN, HOUSEFURNISHINGS (whole. tr.)
1-85.63 SALESMAN, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND ACCES-
SORIES (whole. tr.)

Salesmen of Jewelry and Optical Goods
(1-85.70 through 1-85.79)
1-85.71 SALESMAN, JEWELRY AND OPTICAL GOODS (whole.
tr.)
salesman, optical goods and jewelry

Salesinen of Building and Construction Goods
(1-85.80 through 1-85.89)

1-85.81 SALESMAN, BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION EQUIP-
MENT AND SUPPLIES (whole. tr.)
salesman, construction and building equip-
ment and supplies
1-85.82 SALESMAN, HARDWARE SUPPLIES (whole. tr.)

Salesmen of Metals (1-86.00 through 1-86.09)

1-86.01 SALESMAN, METALS (whole. tr.)

Salesmen of Machinery, Equipment, and Supplies
(1-86.10 through 1-86.49)

1-86.11 SALESMAN, COMMERCIAL EQUIPMENT AND SUP
PLIES (ret. tr.; whole. tr.)
1-86.12 SALESMAN, OFFICE MACHINERY (ret. tr.; whole-
tr.)
salesman, business machinery
1-86.13 SALESMAN, HOTEL AND RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT
AND SUPPLIES (whole. tr.)
salesman, restaurant and hotel equipment and
supplies
1-86.16 SALESMAN, FARM AND GARDEN EQUIPMENT AND
SUPPLIES (whole. tr.)
blockman
salesman, garden and farm equipment and
supplies
1-86.21 SALESMAN, RUBBER GOODS (whole. tr.)
1-86.22 SALESMAN, CORDAGE (whole. tr.)
1-86.23 SALESMAN, BOTTLES AND BOTTLING EQUIPMENT
(whole. tr.)
1-86.24 SALESMAN, WOODEN CONTAINERS (whole. tr.)
1-86.25 SALESMAN, PRINTING SUPPLIES (whole. tr.)
1-86.26 SALESMAN, CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY (whole.
tr.)
1-86.27 SALESMAN, TEXTILE MACHINERY (whole. tr.)
1-86.28 SALESMAN, FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP PROD-
UCTS (whole. tr.)
salesman, machine shop and foundry prod-
ucts
1-86.31 SALESMAN, MACHINERY (whole. tr.)
1-86.33 SALESMAN, DENTAL AND MEDICAL EQUIPMENT
AND SUPPLIES (whole. tr.)
salesman, medical and dental equipment and
supplies
1-86.34 SALESMAN, PRECISION INSTRUMENTS (whole. tr.)


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1-86.36


1-86.36 SALESMAN, BARBER SHOP AND BEAUTY PARLOR
EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES (whole. tr.)
salesman, beauty parlor and barber shop
equipment and supplies
1-86.37 SALESMAN, FUNERAL EQUIPMENT (whole. tr.)
1-86.41 SALESMAN, AIRCRAFT AND AERONAUTICAL EQUIP-
MENT (whole. tr.)
salesman, aeronautical and aircraft equipment
1-86.42 SALESMAN, RAILROAD EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES
(whole. tr.)
1-86.43 SALESMAN, BOATS AND NAUTICAL EQUIPMENT
(whole. tr.)
salesman, nautical equipment and boats
1-86.45 SALESMAN, COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT (whole.
tr.)
1-86.47 SALESMAN, SCHOOL EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES
(whole. tr.)

Salesmen of Paper and Paper Products
(1-86.50 through 1-86.59)

1-86.51 SALESMAN, PAPER AND PAPER PRODUCTS (whole.
tr.)

Salesmen of Petroleum Products (1-86.60 through 1-86.69)

1-86.61 SALESMAN, PETROLEUM PRODUCTS (whole. tr.)

Salesmen of Miscellaneous Products
(1-86.90 through 1-86.99)

1-86.91 SALESMAN, NURSERY PRODUCTS (whole. tr.)
1-86.92 SALESMAN, LEATHER GOODS (whole. tr.)
1-86.93 SALESMAN, CANVAS PRODUCTS (whole. tr.)
1-86.94 SALESMAN, NOVELTIES (whole. tr.)

Salesmen of Hotel Services (1-87.00 through 1-87.09)

1-87.01 SALES REPRESENTATIVE (hotel & rest.)
Salesmen of Radio Broadcasting Services
(1-87.10 through 1-87.19)

1-87.11 SALESMAN, RADIO BROADCASTING (radio broad.)
sales executive

Salesmen of Printing, Publications, and Advertising
(1-87.20 through 1-87.29)

1-87.21 SALESMAN, PUBLICATIONS (whole. tr.)
distributor, publications


40


1-97.30


1-87.23 SALESMAN, PRINTING (print. & pub.)
1-87.24 SOLICITOR, HEAD (print. & pub.)
1-87.26 SALESMAN, ADVERTISING (print. & pub.)
advertising solicitor
outside solicitor
SALESMAN, CLASSIFIED nADVEPTISING (print. &
pub.)
classified-advertising solicitor
outside solicitor
SALESMAN, DISPLAY ADVERTISING (print. &
pub.)
display-advertising solicitor
outside solicitor
SALESWOMAN, ADVERTISING (print. & pub.)
SALESWOMAN, CLASSIFIED ADvEP.insrNG (print
& pub.)
SALESWOMAN, DISPLAY ADVERTISING (print. &
pub.)

1-96. SALES CLERKS, DRY CLEANING AND
LAUNDRY

1-96.01 MANAGER, BRANCH-STORE (clean. dye. & press.;
laund.)
branch-store clerk
counter clerk
manager, branch
manager, branch-office
manager, store
retail-store attendant
store clerk

1-97. SHOPPERS

1-97.10 COMPARISON SHOPPER (garment: ret. tr.; whole.
tr.)
merchandise shopper
professional shopper
shopper
1-97.20 PERSONAL SHOPPER (ret. tr.)
personal-service shopper
shopper
shopper's aid
special shopper
1-97.30 OUTSIDE SHOPPER (ret. tr.)
shopper


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SERVICE OCCUPATIONS

(2-00.00 through 2-99.99)

DOMESTIC SERVICE OCCUPATIONS

(2-00.00 through 2-09.99)

This group includes occupations concerned with the usual functions in
the maintenance of households and their environs, the cooking of meals, the
care of children, and similar services that are performed in private homes. It
does not include the occupations of repairmen or tradesmen who may be
called into private homes to repair or service the house or its equipment.


2-01. DAY WORKERS

2-01.01 DAY WORKER II (dom. ser.)

2-02. LAUNDRESSES, PRIVATE FAMILY

2-02.10 LAUNDRESS II (dom. ser.)
laundry woman
washerwoman
2-02.20 LAUNDRYMAN III (dom. ser.)
laundry boy

2-03. HOUSEKEEPERS, PRIVATE FAMILY

2-03.01 HOUSEKEEPER, HOME II (dom. ser.)
manager, household
2-03.11 HOUSEKEEPER, WORKING (dom. ser.)
2-03.31 FARM HOUSEKEEPER (dom. ser.)

2-04. HOUSEMEN AND YARDMEN

2-04.01 HOUSEMAN III (dom. ser.)
houseboy
utility man
*MAN-OF-ALL-WORK (dom. ser.)
butler
houseboy
houseman
man
utility man
NIGHT HOUSEMAN (hotel & rest.)
evening houseman
2-04.03 YARDMAN (dom. ser.)
caretaker, yard
laborer, yard
odd-job man
utility man
yard boy

2-05. COOKS, DOMESTIC

2-05. 01 COOK III (dom. ser.)
CHEF I (dom. ser.)
2-05.02 COOK-ON-CALL (dom. ser.)
supply cook


2-05.03 COOK HELPER II (dom. ser.)
dishwasher
kitchen helper
kitchen maid
pantry boy, maid, or man
scullery maid
2-05.04 COOK-ON-CALL ASSISTANT (dom. ser.)

2-06. MAIDS, GENERAL

2-06. 01 MAID, GENERAL, NO COOKING (dom. ser.)
2-06. 11 MAID, GENERAL (dom. ser.)
housekeeper, home
maid
maid, general, cooking
maid-of-all-work
2-06.21 FARM HOUSEMAID (dom. ser.)
hired girl

2-07. NURSEMAIDS

2-07. 01 CHILD MONITOR (dom. ser.)
bratter
child nurse, part time
sitter
2-07.03 MOTHER'S HELPER (dom. ser.)
2-07.05 NURSEMAID (dom. ser.)
nurse
nurse, children's

2-08. PARLORMAIDS

2-08.01 PARLORMAID I (dom. ser.)
2-08.03 DINING-ROOM MAID (dom. ser.)
dining-room girl
maid-waitress
waitress, home

2-09. MISCELLANEOUS SERVANTS, PRIVATE
FAMILY

2-09.01 CHAMBERMAID I (dom. ser.)
second-floor maid
upstairs maid
(41)








2-09.02


42


2-24.51


2-09.02 PERSONAL MAID (dom. ser.) 2-09.07 VALET I (dom. ser.)
lady's maid gentleman's man
2-09.03 COMPANION (dom. ser.) man
man servant
2-09. 05 BUTLER II (dom. ser.) man's man
steward 2-09. 11 COACHMAN (dom. ser.)
2-09.06 FOOTMAN IV (dom. ser.) cabman
butler, second 2-09.15 MAN AND WIFE (dom. ser.)
second man couple



PERSONAL SERVICE OCCUPATIONS

(2-20.00 through 2-49.99)

Included in this group are occupations concerned with performing services
for persons that require predominately either direct contact or close asso-
ciation with the individual. Typical examples are barbers, waiters, bootblacks
and practical nurses. A few, however, such as kitchen workers and maids in
hotels, may have little or no contact with the recipient of the service.


2-21. BARTENDERS

2-21.10 BARTENDER (hotel & rest.)
bar attendant
barkeeper
barman
beverage dispenser
drink mixer

2-22. BELLMEN AND RELATED OCCUPATIONS
Bell Captains (2-22.00 through 2-22.09)
2-22.01 BELL CAPTAIN (hotel & rest.)
bellboy, chief
bellboy, head
captain
*BELLMAN, HEAD (hotel & rest.)
bellboy, head

Bellman (2-22.10 through 2-22.19)
2-22.11 BELLMAN III (hotel & rest.)
bellboy
bellhop
PAGE I (hotel & rest.)
callboy
lobby page

Valets, Hotel (2-22.20 through 2-22.29)
2-22.21 VALET II (hotel & rest.)
service man

Receiving-Room Clerks, Hotel
(2-22.60 through 2-22.69)
2-22.61 RECEIVING-ROOM CLERK II (hotel & rest.)
porter, head
PACKAGE CLERK (hotel & rest.)

Tourist-Camp Attendants (2-22.70 through 2-22.79)
2-22.71 TOURIST-CAMP ATTENDANT (hotel & rest.)
auto-camp attendant


2-23. BOARDING-HOUSE AND LODGING-
HOUSE KEEPERS

2-23.10 MANAGER, ROOMING HOUSE (hotel & rest.)
rooming-house keeper
2-23.20 MANAGER, BOARDING HOUSE (hotel & rest.)
boarding-house keeper
2-23.30 MANAGER, TOURIST CAMP (hotel & rest.)
manager, auto camp

2-24. MAIDS AND HOUSEMEN, HOTELS,
RESTAURANTS, ETC.

2-24.11 CHAMBERMAID II (hotel & rest.)
housemaid
maid
room maid
NIGHT CHAMBERMAID (hotel & rest.)
night maid
2-24.21 PARLORMAID II (hotel & rest.)
dressing-room attendant
floor maid
lobby maid
matron assistant
mezzanine maid
LADIES' MAID (hotel & rest.)
2-24.31 BATH MAID (hotel & rest.)
2-24.51 HOUSEMAN IV (hotel & rest.)
hallboy
house cleaner
houseboy
mover
set-up man
CARPET CLEANER II (hotel & rest.)
CARPET LAYER I (hotel & rest.)
carpet man
CURTAIN MAN (hotel & rest.)
curtain hanger
curtain houseboy
curtain houseman
drapery man
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2-24.51 HOUSEMAN IV-Continued.
HOUSEMAN, BANQUET (hotel & rest.)
LINEN-ROOM HOUSEMAN (hotel & rest.)
linenboy
linen distributor
linen houseboy
linen man
linen porter, soiled
linen-room boy
linen-room-chute man
linen-room man
PORTER, LOBBY (hotel & rest.)
front-office janitor
lobby boy
lobby houseman
lobby man
porter, floor
PORTER, MEZZANINE (hotel & rest.)
mezzanine boy
VACUUM MAN (hotel & rest.)
vacuum boy
vacuum-cleaner man

2-25. HOUSEKEEPERS, STEWARDS, AND
HOSTESSES

Stewards, Hotels and Restaurants
(2-25.10 through 2-25.19)

2-25.11 SUPERINTENDENT, SERVICE (hotel & rest.)
manager, service
superintendent, house
supervisor, service
2-25.12 STEWARD III (hotel & rest.)
house steward
STEWARD, BANQUET (hotel & rest.)
2-25.13 STEWARD ASSISTANT (hotel & rest.)
floor steward
inside steward
KITCHEN STEWARD (hotel & rest.)
manager, kitchen
MORNING STEWARD (hotel & rest.
NIGHT STEWARD (hotel & rest.)
PANTRY STEWARD (hotel & rest.)
RESERVE-WATCH STEWARD (hotel & rest.)
2-25.14 WINE STEWARD (hotel & rest.)
2-25.15 SILVERMAN, HEAD (hotel & rest.)
silver steward, head

Housekeepers, Hotels and Institutions
(2-25.20 through 2-25.29)
2-25.21 HOUSEKEEPER II (hotel & rest.)
housekeeper, executive
housekeeper, head
2-25.22 INSPECTRESS II (hotel & rest.)
FLOOR SUPERVISOR (hotel & rest.)
2-25.23 HOUSEKEEPER III (medical ser.)
2-25.24 LINEN-ROOM WOMAN (hotel & rest.)
linen checker
linen clerk
linen-exchange-room girl
linen girl
linen maid
linen-room assistant
linen-room girl
linen-room maid
matron assistant


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2-25.24 LINEN-ROOM WOMAN-Continued.
CATERING-LINEN WOMAN (hotel & rest.)
food-linen woman
LINEN-ROOM SUPERVISOR (hotel & rest.)
linen-room head
2-25.25 HOUSE MOTHER, COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY
ORGANIZATION (education)

Hostesses (2-25.30 through 2-25.39)
2-25.31 HOSTESS, HOTEL (hotel & rest.)
2-25.33 PARLOR MATRON (hotel & rest.)
2-25.35 HOSTESS, HEAD (amuse. & rec.)
2-25.36 HOSTESS (amuse & rec.)

Kitchen Supervisors (2-25.40 through 2-25.49)

2-25-41 KITCHEN SUPERVISOR (hotel & rest.)
manager, kitchen
2-25.42 MANAGER ASSISTANT, KITCHEN (hotel & rest.)
dietician, junior

2-26. COOKS, EXCEPT PRIVATE FAMILY

Chefs and Cooks, Large Hotels and Restaurants
(2-26.00 through 2-26.29)

2-26.01 EXECUTIVE CHEF (hotel & rest.)
chef
chef de cuisine
chef, head
chef, managing
BANQUET CHEF (hotel & rest.)
SUPERVISING CHEF (hotel & rest.)
2-26.02 Sous CHEF (hotel & rest.)
chef assistant
chef, under
executive-chef assistant
supervising-chef assistant
2-26.03 ROUNDSMAN I (hotel & rest.)
cook, relief
cook, rounds
cook, swing
relief chef
rounds chef
swing chef
swingman
tournant
2-26.04 COOK, BROILER (hotel & rest.)
broiler
broiler man
grill chef
GRILL CHEF II (hotel & rest.)
2-26.05 COOK, COMBINATION (hotel & rest.)
2-26.06 COOK, DESSERT (hotel & rest.)
cook, pastry
dessert maker
pastry girl
2-26.07 COOK, FISH (hotel & rest.)
cook, seafood
poissonier
2-26.08 COOK, FRY (hotel & rest.)
entire metier
fry chef
2-26.11 COOK, ROAST (hotel & rest.)
cook, range
rossetier


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2-26.12 COOK, SAUCE (hotel & rest.)
saucier
CHEF SAUCIER (hotel & rest.)
cook, sauce, head
sauce chef
2-26.14 CooK, SoUP (hotel & rest.)
potager
2-26.15 COOK, VEGETABLE II (hotel & rest.)
2-26.16 GARDE MANGER (hotel & rest.)
cold-meat chef
cold-meat man
cook, cold-meat
2-26.17 PASTRY CHEF II (hotel & rest.)
2-26.18 COOK, PASTRY III (hotel & rest.)
baker, cake
baker, pastry
cake maker
cook, cake
pastry man or woman
2-26.21 PIE MAKER (hotel & rest.)
baker, pie
cook, pastry
cook, pie
pie chef
pieman

Chefs and Cooks, Small Hotels and Restaurants
(2-26.30 through 2-26.39)
2-26.31 CHEF III (hotel & rest.)
cook, chief
cook, first
cook, head
kitchen chef
BANQUET CHEF (hotel & rest.)
GRILL CHEF II
2-26.32 COOK V (hotel & rest.)
kitchen chef
CooK, DINNER (hotel & rest.)
COOK, MEAT (hotel & rest.)
COOK, NIGHT (hotel & rest.)
2-26.33 COOK, SHORT-ORDER (hotel & rest.)
cook, assistant
cook, egg
cook, order
cook, special
griddle man
grill chef

Railroad Cooks (2-26.40 through 2-26.49)

2-26.41 COOK, RAILROAD (r. r. trans.)

Camp Cooks (2-26.50 through 2-26.59)
2-26.51 COOK, CAMP (any ind.)
COOK, RANCH (agric.)
cocinero
dinero
sheffi
LUNCHMAN (logging)

Marine Cooks (2-26.60 through 2-26.69)
2-26.61 COOK, MESS (water trans.)
cook, boat
cook, ship


2-27.21


Miscellaneous Cooks (2-26.90 through 2-26.99)

2-26.91 COOK IV (fish.)
skillet

2-27. WAITERS AND WAITRESSES. EXCEPT
PRIVATE FAMILY

Hotel Waiters, Formal (2-27.00 through 2-27.09)

2-27.01 WAITER, HEAD (hotel & rest.)
WAITER, BANQUET, HEAD (hotel & rest.)
WAITER, ROOM SERVICE, HEAD (hotel & rest.)
room service captain
superintendent, room service
waiter captain, room service
2-27.02 WAITER, FORMAL (hotel & rest.)
BANQUET CAPTAIN (hotel & rest.)
WAITER, BANQUET (hotel & rest.)
WAITER CAPTAIN (hotel & rest.)
captain
WAITER, ROOm SERVICE (hotel & rest.)
waiter, room
waiter, stand

Hotel Waiters, Informal (2-27.10 through 2-27.19)
2-27.11 WAITER, INFORMAL (hotel & rest.)
WAITER, BAR (hotel & rest.)
taproom attendant
waiter, taproom
WAITER, CARDROOM (hotel & rest.)
cardroom, attendant
WAITER, COCKTAIL LOUNGE (hotel & rest.)
2-27.12 WAITRESS (hotel & rest.)
hasher
table girl
waitress, table
BARMAID (hotel & rest.)
RELISH GIRL (hotel & rest.)
WAITRESS, BANQUET (hotel & rest.)
2-27.13 COUNTERMAN, LUNCHROOM OR COFFEE SHOP
(hotel & rest.)
counterman, coffee shop or lunch room
waiter, counter
PIE CUTTER I (hotel & rest.)
piewoman
2-27.14 HOSTEss, RESTAURANT OP. COFFEE SHOP (hotel &
rest.)
director, table
hostess, coffee shop or restaurant
waitress, head
FLOOR ATTENDANT, CAFETERIA (hotel & rest.)
HOST, RESTAURANT OP. COFFEE STOP I'ht i &
rest.)
host, coffee shop or restaurant
HOSTESS, DINING ROOM (hotel & rest.)
HOSTESS, TEA ROOM (hotel & rest.)

Cafeteria Waiters (2-27.20 through 2-27.29)

2-27.21 COUNTERMAN, CAFETERIA (hotel & rest.)
counter attendant
server
service counterman
waiter, counter
BREAD GIRL (hotel & rest.)







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2-27.21 COUNTERMAN, CAFETERIA-Continued.
COUNTERGIRL, CAFETERIA (hotel & rest.)
SALAD GIRL II (hotel & rest.)
SALAD MAN II (hotel & rest.)
SERVICE-COUNTER GIRL (hotel & rest.)
STEAM-TABLE ATTENDANT, RESTAURANT OR
HOTEL (hotel & rest.)
carver
service girl, restaurant
steam-table girl or boy
steam-table man
waitress, steam table
2-27.22 FLOOR GIRL, CAFETERIA (hotel & rest.)
dining-room girl, cafeteria
floor-service girl, cafeteria
maid
service girl, cafeteria
table girl, cafeteria
waitress, cafeteria
COFFEE GIRL, CAFETERIA OR RESTAURANT
(hotel & rest.)
Soda Dispensers (2-27.60 through 2-27.69)

2-27.61 SODA DISPENSER (hotel & rest.)
fountain dispenser
fountain man or girl
fountain waiter or waitress
ice-cream dispenser
soda clerk
soda jerker
Miscellaneous Waiters (2-27.90 through 2-27.99)

2-27.91 CAR HOP, CURB SERVICE (hotel & rest.)
car server
2-27.92 WAITRESS, COOKS' (hotel & rest.)
waitress, kitchen help
KITCHEN-SERVICE GIRL (hotel & rest.)
chef's-service girl
WAITRESS, CHEFS (hotel & rest.)
WAITRESS, HELP'S (hotel & rest.)
2-27.93 MESS BOY (water trans.)
waiter, mess

2-28. SHIP STEWARDS
2-28.01 STEWARD, CHIEF (water trans.)
2-28.02 STEWARD, SECOND (water trans.)
2-28.03 STEWARD, DINING ROOM (water trans.)
waiter
2-28.04 STEWARD, ROOM (water trans.)
steward, bedroom
2-28.05 STEWARDESS, ROOM (water trans.)
2-28.06 STEWARD, DECK (water trans.)
2-28.07 STEWARDESS, BATH (water trans.)
2-28.08 STEWARD, BATH (water trans.)
2-29. KITCHEN WORKERS IN HOTELS, RES-
TAURANTS, RAILROADS. STEAM-
SHIPS, ETC., N. E. C.

Food and Beverage Preparing Occupations
(2-29.00 through 2-29.49)
2-29.01 COOK HELPER IV (hotel & rest.)
*COOK HELPER, BROILER (hotel & rest.)
*COOK HELPER, DESSERT (hotel & rest.)
*COOK HELPER, FISH (hotel & rest.)
*COOK HELPER, FRY (hotel & rest.)
*CooK HELPER, ROAST (hotel & rest.)
*COOK HELPER, SOUP (hotel & rest.)


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2-29.02 COOK HELPER, PASTRY II (hotel & rest.)
baker helper, pastry
bakeshop cleaner
pastry helper
2-29.11 CARVER III (hotel & rest.)
meat carver
2-29.12 PANTRYMAN (hotel & rest.)
pantry-service man
salad maker
salad man
salad preparer
COLD-DESSERT MAKER (hotel & rest.)
ICE-CREAM AND PASTRY SERVER (hotel & rest.)
MACHINE MAN, AUTOMAT (hotel & rest.)
PANTRY-SERVICE GIRL (hotel & rest.)
PANTRYGIRL (hotel & rest.)
SALAD GIRL I (hotel & rest.)
SERVICE WOMAN, PANTRY (hotel & rest.)
2-29.13 SANDWICH MAN H (hotel & rest.)
blockman
sandwich-counter attendant
sandwich maker
BLOCK WOMAN (hotel & rest.)
SANDWICH GIRL II (hotel & rest.)
2-29.14 BUTCHER HELPER (hotel & rest.)
2-29.21 VEGETABLE MAN (hotel & rest.)
cook assistant, vegetable
cook vegetable, helper
vegetable boy
vegetable cleaner
vegetable parer
vegetable peeler
vegetable picker
vegetable preparer
VEGETABLE GIRL (hotel & rest.)
VEGETABLE MAID (hotel & rest.)
VEGETABLE WOMAN (hotel & rest.)
2-29.31 OYSTERMAN II (hotel & rest.)
oyster opener
oyster shucker
shucker
RAW-BAR MAN (hotel & rest.)
2-29.41 COFFEE MAN (hotel & rest.)
coffee boy
coffee maker
coffee pantryman
coffee-urn attendant
COFFEE PANTRYGIRL (hotel & rest.)
2-29.42 BOTTLER III (hotel & rest.)

Cleaning Occupations (2-29.50 through 2-29.89)

2-29.51 Bus BOY (hotel & rest.)
clean-up boy
dish carrier
dish porter
BANQUET BOY (hotel & rest.)
waiter assistant, banquet
BAR BOY (hotel & rest.)
bar iceman
bar porter
bar runner
bartender assistant
bartender helper
glass boy
Bus Boy, DISHES (hotel & rest.)
Bus BOY, ROOM SERVICE (hotel & rest.)
room-service boy


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2-29.51 Bus BOY-Continued.
COUNTER Bus-Boy (hotel & rest.)
steam-table bus-boy
DUMB-WAITER OPERATOR (hotel & rest.)
elevator boy
serviceman
waiter, dummy
GLASS MAN I (hotel & rest.)
glass boy
KITCHEN RUNNER (hotel & rest.)
RUNNER VII (hotel & rest.)
commis
commissionaire
errand boy
outgoing-order boy
runner boy
steam-table assistant
RUNNER, BANQUET (hotel & rest.)
SETTING-UP BOY (hotel & rest.)
WATER BOY II (hotel & rest.)
WATER GIRL (hotel & rest.)
2-29.52 SILVER WIPER AND WRAPPER (hotel & rest.)
2-29.61 DISHWASHER, HAND II (hotel & rest.)
glass girl
knocker-down (slang)
pearl diver (slang)
scullion
shaker-down (slang)
GLASSWASHER, HAND I (hotel & rest.)
glass girl
POT WASHER II (hotel & rest.)
kitchen boy
pan cleaner, hand
pan washer, hand
pot boy
pot cleaner
TRAY WASHER (hotel & rest.)
2-29.62 DISHWASHER, MACHINE II (hotel & rest.)
dishman
dishwashing-machine attendant
dishwashing-machine operator
scullion
GLASSWASHER, MACHINE (hotel & rest.)
glass girl
2-29.71 KITCHEN HELPER II (hotel & rest.)
cook helper
express omnibus
kitchen hand
kitchen man
kitchen omnibus
kitchen porter
scullery maid
swamper
COOKEE (logging)
cook assistant, second
cook-house man
cook, third
dishwasher
hasher
kitchen helper
FIREMAN, KITCHEN (hotel & rest.)
KITCHEN CLEANER (hotel & rest.)
mop man
UTILITY MAID (hotel & rest.)
2-29.72 GARBAGE MAN (hotel & rest.)


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2-29.81 SILVER MAN I (hotel & rest.)
silver burnisher
silver cleaner
silver polisher
silver washer
SAND BUFFER II (hotel & rest.)
SILVER GIRL (hotel & rest.)

2-32. BARBERS, BEAUTICIANS, AND MANI-
CURISTS

Barbers (2-32.00 through 2-32.09)

2-32.01 BARBER II (per. ser.)
hair cutter
tonsorial artist
HAIR BOBBER (per. ser.)

Beauticians (2-32.10 through 2-32.29)
2-32.11 HAIRDRESSER I (amus. & rec.; motion pic.)
barber (motion pic.)
2-32.12 HAIRDRESSER II (per. ser.)
hair specialist
2-32.13 HAIR STYLIST (per .ser.)
beauty-shop stylist
2-32.14 HAIR DYER (per. ser.)
canitist
hair dyer and tinter
hair dyer operator
2-32.21 SCALP-TREATMENT OPERATOR (per. ser.)
hair-and-scalp specialist
hair-and-scalp treatment beauty operator
scalp doctor
scalp specialist
scalp-treatment specialist
2-32.22 FACIAL OPERATOR (per. ser.)
beauty operator, facial
muscle toner
BEAUTY DOCTOR (per. ser.)
beauty specialist
complexion specialist
face specialist
facial consultant
2-32.23 ELECTROLOGIST (per. ser.)
electric-needle specialist
electrolysis operator

Manicurists (2-32.30 through 2-32.39)

2-32.31 MANICURIST (per. ser.)
manicure

Make-Up Occupations (2-32.40 through 2-32.19)

2-32.41 MAKE-UP MAN I (amuse. & rec.)
cosmetician
make-up artist
2-32.42 MAKE-UP-MAN" ASSIsTANT (amuse. & rec.)
cosmetician assistant
make-up-artist assistant

2-34. BOOTBLACKS

2-34.10 BOOTBLACK (per. ser.)
boot polisher
boot shiner
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2-34.10 BOOTBLACK-Continued.
shine boy
shoe polisher
shoe-shine boy
shoe shiner
shoeblack
SHOE CLEANER II (per. ser.)

2-36. GUIDES, EXCEPT HUNTING AND TRAP-
PING
2-36.10 GUIDE, TRAVEL (per. ser.)
guide, excursion
guide, tour
GUIDE, CRUISE (per. ser.)
2-36.20 GUIDE, SIGHTSEEING (per. ser.)
barker
spieler
2-36.30 GUIDE, ESTABLISHMENT (any ind.)
guide, institution

2-38. MIDWIVES AND PRACTICAL NURSES
2-38.10 FIRST-AID ATTENDANT (any ind.)
first-aid assistant
first-aid man
first-aid-station attendant
nurse
nurse, first aid
2-38.20 NURSE, PRACTICAL (medical ser.)
nurse
MIDWIFE (medical ser.)
2-38.30 NURSE, INFANT'S (dom. ser.)
nurse baby's


2-40. ATTENDANTS, RECREATION
AMUSEMENT, N. E. C.


AND


Golf Course Attendants (2-40.00 through 2-40.09)
2-40.01 CADDIE (amuse. & rec.)
caddie boy
golf caddie
2-40.02 CADDIE MASTER (amuse. & rec.)
2-40.03 GOLF-COURSE RANGER (amuse. & rec.)
golf-course patrolman
park patrolman

Bowling Alley and Pool Parlor Attendants
(2-40.10 through 2-40.19)
2-40.11 MANAGER, BOWLING FLOOR (amuse. & rec.)
floor attendant, bowling
floorman, bowling
2-40.12 PIN BOY I (amuse. & rec.)
alley boy
pin setter
2-40.13 RACKER I (amuse. & rec.)
ball racker
pool-hall attendant
poolroom attendant
rack boy
rack clerk
table attendant
table keeper

Commission and Amusement Device Attendants
(2-40.20 through 2-40.39)
2-40.21 CONCESSION ATTENDANT (amuse. & rec.)
concession boy
GAME OPERATOR (amuse. & rec.)


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2-40.22 FUN-HOUSE OPERATOR (amuse. & rec.)
walk-through-show operator
2-40.23 SHOOTIRN-GALLERY OPERATOR (amuse. & rec.)
2-40.24 RIDE OPERATOR (amuse. & rec.)
amusement-device operator
amusement-equipment operator
AUTO-SPEEDWAY OPERATOR (amuse. & rec.)
DONKEY-RIDE OPERATOR (amuse. & rec.)
FERRIS-WHEEL OPERATOR (amuse. & rec.)
MERRY-GO-ROUND OPERATOR (amuse. & rec.)
PONY-RIDE OPERATOR (amuse. & rec.)
RAILROAD OPERATOR (amuse. & rec.)
ROLLER-COASTER OPERATOR (amuse. & rec.)
SPEEDBOAT OPERATOR (amuse. & rec.)
SWING-RIDE OPERATOR (amuse. & rec.)
TRAIN OPERATOR (amuse. & rec.)
WHIP OPERATOR (amuse. & rec.)
2-40.25 RIDE ATTENDANT (amuse. & rec.)
ride starter
2-40.26 WHARF ATTENDANT (amuse. & rec.)
boat-ride operator
BOAT-TANK MAN (amuse. & rec.)
2-40.30 SHILL (amuse. & rec.)
2-40.35 BARKER II (amuse. & rec.)
ballyhoo barker
ballyhoo man
speiler
2-40.36 BARKER I (amuse. & rec.)
doorman
footman

Attendants, Tennis Courts, Skating Rinks, etc.
(2-40.50 through 2-40.59)

2-40.51 RECREATION-FACILITY ATTENDANT (amuse. &
rec.)
GOLF-COURSE STARTER (amuse. & rec.)
TENNIS-COURT ATTENDANT (amuse. & rec.)
2-40.52 RINKMAN (amuse. & rec.)
skate man
skating-rink man

Gambling Hall Attendants (2-40.70 through 2-40.79)

2-40.71 GAMBLING DEALER (amuse. & rec.)
2-40.72 BOOSTER I (amuse. & rec.)

Miscellaneous Attendants (2-40.90 through 2-40.99)

2-40.91 TICKET TAKER I (amuse. & rec.)
door tender
doorkeeper
doorman
ticket collector
GATEMAN I (amuse. & rec.)
TURNSTILE ATTENDANT (amuse. & rec.)
turnstile boy
turnstile man

2-42. ATTENDANTS, HOSPITALS AND OTHER
INSTITUTIONS, N. E. C.

2-42.10 ORDERLY (medical ser.)
hospital attendant
4-42.20 NURSE AIDE (medical ser.)
hospital attendant
2-42.30 ASYLUM ATTENDANT (medical ser.)
2-42.60 VETERINARY-HOSPITAL ATTENDANT (medical ser.)
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2-43.01


2-43. ATTENDANTS, PROFESSIONAL AND PER-
SONAL SERVICE, N. E. C.
Wardrobe and Dressing Room Attendants
(2-43.00 through 2-43.09)
2-43.01 WARDROBE MISTRESS I (amuse. & rec.)
WARDROBE WOMAN (amuse. & rec.)
2-43.02 WARDROBE-MISTRESS ASSISTANT (motion pic.)
costumer assistant
custodian, wardrobe
wardrobe draper
wardrobe girl
2-43.03 DRESSER I (amuse. & rec.)
2-43.04 JOCKEY VALET (amuse. & rec.)
Locker-Room and Restroom Attendants
(2-43.10 through2-43.19)
2-43.11 LOCKER-ROOM ATTENDANT II (per. ser.)
bell porter
dressing-room attendant
dressing-room porter
floorman
locker attendant
locker boy or maid
locker custodian
locker-room clerk
locker-room porter
locker-room steward
personal attendant
PUBLIC-BATH MAID (per. ser.)
bath attendant
2-43.12 REST-ROOM ATTENDANT (any ind.)
lavatory attendant
toilet attendant
washroom attendant
REST-ROOM MAID (any ind.)
rest-room matron
Bath Attendants (2-43.20 through 2-43.39)
2-43.21 RUSSIAN RUBBER (per. ser.)
russian-bath attendant
russian rubber-masseur
2-43.22 TURKISH RUBBER (per. ser.)
turkish-bath attendant
turkish rubber-masseur
ELECTRIC-BATH ATTENDANT (per. ser.)
2-43.23 HOT-RooM ATTENDANT (per. ser.)
hot-room boy, girl, or man
steam-room attendant
DRIER (per. ser.)
SHOWER BOY (per. ser.)
SHOWER GIRL (per. ser.)
2-43.24 COOLING-ROOM ATTENDANT (per. ser.)
alcohol rubber
Clubhouse Attendants (2-43.30 through 2-43.39)
2-43.31 COLORMAN I (amuse. & rec.)
2-43.32 CLUBHOUSE BOY (amuse. & rec.)
clubhouse man
Models and Stand-Ins (2-43.40 through 2-43.49)
2-43.41 MODEL (garment; ret. tr.; whole. tr.)
clothes model
fashion model
manikin
mannequin
modeler
2-43.42 MODEL, ARTISTS' (profess. & kin.)
2-43.43 MODEL, PHOTOGRAPHERS' (profess. & kin.)


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2-43.45 STAND-IN (motion pic.)

Checkroom Attendants (2-43.50 through 2-43.59)

2-43.51 CHECKROOM MAN (any ind.)
baggage checker
checkman
checker
coat checker
hat boy
hat-check man
hat checker
wrap checker
CHECK GIRL (any ind.)
CHECKING CLERK I (ret. tr.)
CHECKROOM GIRL (any ind.)
HAT-CHECK GIRL (any ind.)
HAT GIRL (any ind.)
Miscellaneous Attendants (2-43.90 through 2-43.99)

2-43.91 FUNERAL ATTENDANT (per. ser.)
doorman
undertaker assistant
usher
2-43.92 LADY ATTENDANT (per. ser.)
embalmer assistant, female
funeral-home attendant, female
2-43.93 BLOOD DONOR (per. ser.)
2-43.94 ESCORT (per. ser.)
gigolo
guide escort
2-43.95 PALLBEARER (per. ser.)
professional pallbearer
2-43.96 CHILDREN'S MA TRON (amuse. & rec.)
2-43.97 KINDERGARTNER (any ind.)

2-44. CAMP ATTENDANTS

2-44.10 CAMP ATTENDANT (any ind.)
BED NAKER II (logging)
BULL CooK (const.; logging)
buck (logging)
bull-cook flunkey (logging)
chore boy (logging)
choreman (logging)
clean-up flunkey (logging)
cleaner (logging)
cook, bull (logging)
flunkey (logging)
greaser (logging)
janitor (logging)
lobby hog (logging)
lobby man (logging)
porter (logging)
shanty boss (logging)
swamper (logging)

2-45. DOORMEN

2-45.10 DOORMAN (any ind.) II
carriage man
doorkeeper
footman

2-47. APPRENTICES TO SERVICE OCCUPA-
TIONS

2-47.01 COOK APPRENTICE (hotel & rest.)
CooK APPRENTICE, MEAT (hotel & rest.)
cook helper, meat
swing boy


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2-47.02 COOK APPRENTICE, PASTRY (hotel & rest.) 2-48.20 SERVICE CHIEF (amuse. & rec.)
cook assistant, pastry chief of service
cook helper, pastry usher, head
2-47.11 BEAUTY-OPERATOR STUDENT (per. ser.)ERETTE, HEAD (amuse. & re.)
USHERETTE, HEAD (amuse. & rec.)
2-48. USHERS *USHER, HEAD II (amuse. & rec.)
2-48.10 USHER I (amuse. & rec.) captain of ushers
PROGRAM BOY (amuse. & rec.) usher captain
SPOT MAN (amuse. & rec.) usher chief
USHERETTE (amuse. & rec.) 2-48.30 LOBBY MAN I (amuse. & rec.)



PROTECTIVE SERVICE OCCUPATIONS

(2-60.00 through 2-69.99)

Occupations in this group are those specifically concerned with the pro-
tection or guarding of the county or its political units, of buildings and other
property, and of individuals. The services performed by such workers range
from the routine duties of a watchman who guards the property of some organi-
zation, to the more complicated duties of a traffic policeman or detective, or
to those of soldiers and sailors.


2-61. GUARDS AND WATCHMEN, EXCEPT
CROSSING WATCHMEN

2-61.01 GATEMAN IV (any ind.)
gate tender
gatekeeper
guard
plant-protection man
watchman, gate
REAR-DOOR GUARD (any ind.)
rear-door gateman
rear-door watchman
STAGE-DOOR MAN (amuse. & rec.)
WATCHMAN, SET (motion pie.)
2-61.02 ROUNDSMAN II (petrol. refin.)
2-61.03 WATCHMAN (any ind.) I
guard
patrolman
special policeman
CAMP TENDER III (petrol. production)
LOGGING-CAMP TENDER (logging)
camp tender
POWDER WATCHMAN (const.)
WATCHMAN, PARK (amuse. & rec.)
2-61.04 WATCHMAN (any ind.) II
guard
patrolman
special policeman
ARMED GUARD (banking)
floorman
street guard
COIN-CAR GUARD (banking)
COIN-VAULT GUARD (banking)
2-61.05 WATCHMAN, BALL CLUB (amuse. & rec.)
2-61.11 LIFEGUARD (amuse. & rec.)
2-61.21 GUARD, INSTITUTION (gov. ser.)
CITY JAILER (gov. ser.)
COUNTY JAILER (gov. ser.)
GUARD, CITY JAIL (gov. ser.)
GUARD, COUNTY JAIL (gov. ser.)


2-61.21 GUARD, INSTITUTION-Continued.
GUARD, PENITENTIARY (gov. ser.)
guard, prison
GUARD, REFORMATORY (gov. ser.)
JAILER (gov. ser.)
jail keeper
turnkey
2-61.22 MATRON II (gov. ser.)
*MATRON, HEAD (gov. ser.)

2-62. CROSSING WATCHMEN AND BRIDGE
TENDERS
2-62.10 WATCHMAN, CROSSING (any ind.)
flagman
gateman, crossing
watchman, grade-crossing
2-62.20 BRIDGE OPERATOR I (r. r. trans.)
bridge tender
bridgeman
2-62.30 BRIDGE OPERATOR II (r.r. trans.)
bridge tender
bridgeman
2-62.a fFlagmen, Bridge (transportation.)

2-63. FIREMEN, FIRE DEPARTMENT
2-63.10 FIREMAN III (gov. ser.)
2-63.20 FIRE MARSHAL (any ind.)
fire chief
FIRE CHIEF II (sawmill)
FIRE-EQUIPMENT MAN (petrol. refin.)
equipment man, fire department
FIREMAN, STAGE (amuse. & rec.)

2-65. POLICEMEN AND DETECTIVES, EXCEPT
IN PUBLIC SERVICE
2-65.01 DETECTIVE I (any ind.)
CIRCUS DETECTIVE (amuse. & rec.)
HOUSE OFFICER II (hotel & rest.)
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2-65.01 DETECTIVE I-Continued.
INVESTIGATION SHOPPER (bus. ser.)
checker
investigator
service auditor
spotter
INVESTIGATOR IV (light, heat & power)
STORE DETECTIVE (ret. tr.)
house detective
protection operator
secret-service operator
UNDERCOVER OPERATOR (ret. tr.)
2-65.02 DETECTIVE II (any ind.)
DANCE-FLOOR ATTENDANT (amuse. & rec.)
dance-hall policeman
FLOORMAN (amuse. & rec.)
bouncer
house detective
houseman
FUN-HOUSE ATTENDANT (amuse. & rec.)
walk-through-show attendant
ICE GUARD, SKATING RINK (amuse. & rec.)
SPECIAL OFFICER, AUTOMAT (hotel & rest.)

2-66. POLICEMEN AND DETECTIVES, PUBLIC
SERVICE
Police Officers (2-66.00 through 2-66.09)
2-66.01 POLICE OFFICER (gov. ser.)
COMMANDING OFFICER, MOTOR EQUIPMENT
(gov. ser.)
commanding officer, garage
COMMANDING OFFICER, MOTORCYCLE SQUAD
(gov. ser.)
DESK CAPTAIN (gov. ser.)
DESK CAPTAIN, CHIEF (gov. ser.)
DESK OFFICER (gov. ser.)
DESK OFFICER, CHIEF (gov. ser.)
DESK LIEUTENANT (gov. ser.)
DESK LIEUTENANT, CHIEF (gov. ser.)
DESK SERGEANT (gov. ser.)
DESK SERGEANT, CHIEF (gov. ser.)
DRILLMASTER (gov. ser.)
DRILLMASTER ASSISTANT (gov. ser.)
HARBOR-POLICE CAPTAIN (gov. ser.)
commanding officer, harbor police
HARBOR-POLICE LIEUTENANT I (gov. ser.)
HARBOR-POLICE LIEUTENANT II (gov. ser.)
commanding officer, harbor police
HUMANE OFFICER (gov. ser.)
humane sergeant
MOTOR-EQUIPMENT, CAPTAIN (gov. ser.)
garage captain
MOTOR-EQUIPMENT, LIEUTENANT (gov. ser.)
garage lieutenant
MOTOR-EQUIPMENT, SERGEANT (gov. ser.)
garage sergeant
MOTORCYCLE-SQUAD, CAPTAIN (gov. ser.)
MOTORCYCLE-SQUAD, LIEUTENANT (gov. ser.)
MOTORCYCLE-SQUAD, SERGEANT (gov. ser.)
POLICE CAPTAIN, PRECINCT (gov. ser.)
captain, precinct
captain, uniform force
commanding officer, precinct
district captain
POLICE CORPORAL, PRECINCT (gov. ser.)
corporal


2-66.12


2-66.01 POLICE OFFICER-Continued.
POLICE LIEUTENANT, PRECINCT I (gOY. seT.)
district lieutenant
field lieutenant
precinct lieutenant
uniform-force lieutenant
POLICE LIEUTENANT, PRECINCT II (gov. ser.)
commanding officer, precinct
POLICE SERGEANT, PRECINCT I (gov. ser.)
detail sergeant
division sergeant
patrol sergeant
sergeant
squad sergeant
POLICE SERGEANT, PRECINCT II (gov. ser.)
commanding officer, precinct:
POLICE SERGEANT, RADIO PATROL (gov. ser.)
cruising-squad sergeant
squad sergeant
RADIO-DIVISION CAPTAIN (gov. ser.)
commanding officer, radio division
RADIO-DIVISION LIEUTENANT I (gov. ser.)
RADIO-DIVISION LIEUTENANT (gov. ser.)
commanding officer, radio division
SHOW INSPECTOR (Cov. ser.)
theater inspector
TRAFFIC LIEUTENANT (cOY. ser.)
TRAFFIC MAINTENANCE OFFICER. (gov. er.)
TRAFFIC SERGEANT (ov. ser.)
2-66.02 DETECTIVE CHIEF (gov. ser.)
commanding officer, di-tec:iv-e
detective-bureau chief
DETECTIVE CAPTAIN I (gov. ser.)
DETECTIVE LIEUTENANT I (gov. ser.)
DETECTIVE SERGEANT I (goY. ser.)
2-66.03 POLICE INSPECTOR III (gov. ser.)
inspector
2-66.04 POLICE INSPECTOR II (gov. ser.)
division commander
inspector
police captain, senior
2-66.05 POLICE COMMISSIONER I (gov. ser.)
*POLICE COMMsISSIONER. (goy. ser.)
police chief
2-66.06 POLICE CHIEF II (gov. ser.)
police inspector, chief
superintendent, police
POLICE CHIEF, DEPUTY (gov. ser.)
police-chief assistant
police commissioner, deputy
police inspector
superintendent, police, assistant
Detectives (2-66.10 through 2-66.19)
2-66.11 DETECTIVE IV (gov. ser.)
2-66.12 DETECTIVE III (gov. ser.)
COMMANDING OFFICER, AUTTOMOBILE SECTION
(gov. ser.)
COMMANDING OFFICER, HOMICIDE SQUAD (gov.
ser.)
COMMANDING OFFICER, VICE SQUAD (goy. s-r.)
DETECTIVE, AUTOMOBILE SECTION (gov. ser.)
DETECTIVE CAPTAIN I (gov. er.)
DETECTIVE LIEUTENANT H (gov. er.)
DETECTIVE SERGEAN-T (gov. ser.)
HOMOCIDE-SQUAD CAPTAIN (0ov. ser.)
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2-66.12 DETECTIVE III-Continued.
HOMOCIDE-SQUAD SERGEANT (gov. ser.)
PLAIN-CLOTHES MAN (gov. ser.)
detective, precinct
VICE-SQUAD CAPTAIN (gov. ser.)
VICE-SQUAD LIEUTENANT (gov. ser.)
VICE-SQUAD SERGEANT (gov. ser.)
Patrolmen and Other Non-Ranking Policemen
(2-66.20 through 2-66.29)
2-66.23 POLICEMAN (gov. ser.)
ACCIDENT PREVENTION SQUAD PATROLMAN
(gov. ser.)
crash-squad patrolman
DANCE-HALL INSPECTOR (gov. ser.)
HARBOR-PATROL OPERATOR (gov. ser.)
harbor-police patrolman
HOMICIDE-SQUAD PATROLMAN (gov. ser.)
MOTORCYCLE PATROLMAN (gov. ser.)
motor scout
motorcycle-squad patrolman
MOUNTED POLICEMAN (gov. ser.)
PATROL CONDUCTOR (gov. ser.)
footman
rear-end man
wagonman
PATROLMAN II (gov. ser.)
private
POOL-HALL INSPECTOR (gov. ser.)


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2-66.23 POLICEMAN-Continred.
RADIO-PATROL MAN (gov. ser.)
TRAFFIC PATROLMAN (gov. ser.)
corner man
VICE-SQUAD PATROLMAN (gov. ser.)
morals-squad patrolman
WAGON PATROLMAN (gov. ser.)
wagonman
DANCE-HALL SUPERVISOR (gov. ser.)
2-66.24 POLICEWOMAN (gov. ser.)
matron
WOMAN-PROTECTIVE OFFICER (gov. ser.)
2-66.25 PATROL DRIVER (gov. ser.)
chauffeur
police-patrol chauffeur

2-67. SHERIFFS AND BAILIFFS

2-67.20 BAILIFF (gov. ser.)
court bailiff
court officer
court sergeant

2-68. SOLDIERS, SAILORS, MARINES, AND
COAST GUARDS, N. E. C.

2-68.10 SOLDIER (gov. ser.)
2-68.20 SAILOR I (gov. ser.)
2-68.30 MARINE (gov. ser.)
2-68.40 COAST GUARDSMAN (gov. ser.)


BUILDING SERVICE WORKERS AND PORTERS

(2-80.00 through 2-99.99)

This group includes miscellaneous occupations that are concerned with clean-
ing the interior and equipment of buildings, offices, stores, and similar places, and
with moving or carrying equipment, baggage, and other articles. Elevator
operator although not strictly of this character is included here because it is a
type of building service rather than a personal service.


2-82. CHARWOMEN AND CLEANERS

2-82.10 CHARWOMAN (any ind.)
clean-up girl
clean-up woman
cleaning girl
cleaning woman
dust woman
maid
portress
scrub girl
scrub woman
HALL CLEANER (hotel & rest.)
hall girl
hall maid
LIGHT CLEANER (any ind.)
MARBLE CLEANER I (any ind.)
2-82.20 CHIMNEY SWEEP (any ind.)
2-82.30 WINDOW CLEANER I (any ind.)
glass cleaner
window washer


2-84. JANITORS AND SEXTONS
2-84.10 JANITOR I (any ind.)
superintendent, building
CHANGE-HOUSE MAN (anth. coal mining; bit.
coal mining; metal mining; nonmetal min-
ing)
dry boss (bit. coal mining)
dry-house man
dry janitor (bit. coal mining)
dryman
wash-houseman
2-86. PORTERS. N. E. C.
2-86.10 PORTER I (any ind.)
laborer, building maintenance
HALL CLEANER (hotel & rest.)
hall girl
hall maid
PRECINCT DOORMAN (gov. ser.)
house officer
housekeeper


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2-86.10 PORTER I-Continued.
TUB Boy (per. ser.)
porter, bath
2-86.20 PORTER II (any ind.)
clean-up man
floor cleaner
floor sweeper
floor tender
floorman
sweeper
OVERHEAD CLEANER (any ind.)
ceiling brusher

2-91. PULLMAN PORTERS

2-91.10 PORTER, PULLMAN (r. r. trans.)

2-92. BAGGAGE PORTERS

2-92.10 PORTER, BAGGAGE (hotel & rest.)
baggageman
porter, luggage
2-92.20 PORTER, HEAD II (hotel & rest.)
baggageman, head
porter, baggage, head


2-95.30


2-92.20 PORTER HEAD II-Continued.
porter, chief
porter, luggage, head
transportation clerk
NIGHT PORTER-CLERK (hotel & rest.)
2-92.30 PORTER V (r. r. trans.)
red cap
2-95. ELEVATOR OPERATORS

2-95.10 ELEVATOR STARTER (any ind.)
elevator dispatcher
elevator supervisor
2-95.20 ELEVATOR OPERATOR, PASSENGER (any ind.)
elevator boy, girl, or man, passenger
elevator tender, passenger
FRONT-ELEVATOR OPERATOR (hotel & rest.)
2-95.30 ELEVATOR OPERATOR, FREIGHT (any ind.)
elevator boy or man, freight
elevator operator, service
elevator tender, freight
gun operator
hoistman
service-car operator
vertical-lift man


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AGRICULTURAL, FISHERY, FORESTRY, AND KINDRED

OCCUPATIONS

(3-00.00 through 3-99.99)

AGRICULTURAL, HORTICULTURAL, AND KINDRED OCCUPATIONS

(3-00.00 through 3-49.99)

The occupations included in this group are those that are directly asso-
ciated with the processes of growing and harvesting vegetables, fruits, grains,
and other farm crops; in the raising of poultry, livestock, and other animals
and fowls for consumption, for their products, for pets, or exhibition; and in
the various phases of horticultural activities. The predominant types of
workers covered are farmers, who manage farms on an ownership, rental, or
share basis, frequently with the assistance of other workers, and farm hands and
other farm workers, who assist in the work in varying capacities.


3-01. CASH GRAIN FARMERS

3-01.10 FARMER, CASH GRAIN (agric.)
CORN GROWER (agric.)
GRAIN FARMER (agric.)
RICE FARMER (agric.)
rice planter
WHEAT GROWER (agric.)
wheat rancher

3-02. COTTON FARMERS

3-02.10 COTTON RAISER (agric.)
cotton farmer
cotton planter

3-03. CROP SPECIALTY FARMERS

3-03.10 FARMER, CROP SPECIALTY (agric.)
DRUG GROWER (agric.)
medicinal-plant grower
GINSENG FARMER (agric.)
HAY FARMER (agric.)
HOP RAISER (agric.)
PEANUT FARMER (agric.)
PEPPERMINT FARMER (agric.)
SEED GROWER (agric.)
seedman or seedsman
SUGAR-BEET GROWER (agric.)
beet raiser
SUGARCANE PLANTER (agric.)
3-03.50 TOBACCO GROWER (agric.)
tobacco farmer
tobacco raiser

3-04. DAIRY FARMERS

3-04.10 DAIRYMAN II (agric.)
dairy farmer


3-05. FRUIT FARMERS

3-05.01 FARMER, FRUIT (agric.)
fruit grower
fruit raiser
APPLE GROWER (agric.)
BERRY FARMER (agric.)
berry grower
manager, berry yard
CRANBERRY GROWER (agric.)
FRUIT GARDENER (agric.)
GRAPE GROWER (agric.)
vine grower
LEMON GROWER (agric.)
ORANGE GROWER (agric.)
PEACH GROWER (agric.)
3-05.31 FARMER, NUT (agric.)
NUT ORCHARDIST (agric.)
nut farmer
orchardist
PECAN FARMER (agric.)
pecan grower
WALNUT FARMER (agric.)
3-06. GENERAL FARMERS
3-06.10 FARMER, GENERAL (agric.)
3-07. ANIMAL AND LIVESTOCK FARMERS
3-07.10 FARMER, LIVESTOCK (agric.)
CATTLE BREEDER (agric.)
CATTLE FARMER. MEAT PRODUCTION (agric.)
cattle feeder
stock feeder
CATTLE RANCHER (agric.)
cattle ranchman
cattleman
rancher
stockman
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3-07.10 FARMER, LIVESTOCK-Continued.
GOAT KEEPER (agric.)
goat herder
HOG RAISER (agric.)
HORSE BREEDER (agric.)
horse raiser
HORSEMAN, SHOW (agric.)
SHEEP FARMER (agric.)
3-07.60 FARMER, ANIMAL (agric.)
ALLIGATOR FARMER (agric.)
CAT BREEDER (agric.)
cat raiser
DOG BREEDER (agric.)
dog fancier
kennel keeper
Fox RAISER (agric.)
fox-farm operator
FROG FARMER (agric.)
FUR BREEDER (agric.)
FUR FARMER (agric.)
GAME FARMER (agric.)
GUINEA-PIG CULTURIST (agric.)
MICE CULTURIST (agric.)
OSTRICH FARMER (agric.)
PHEASANT FARMER (agric.)
pheasant breeder
PIGEON FANCIER (agric.)
QUAIL FARMER (agric.)
quail breeder
RABBIT FANCIER (agric.)
hare fancier
rabbit breeder
rabbit raiser
RAT CULTURIST (agric.)
RATTLESNAKE FARMER (agric.)
TROUT FARMER (gov. ser.)
3-07.70 BEEKEEPER (agric.)
apiarist
bee farmer
bee raiser
bee rancher

3-08. POULTRY FARMERS

3-08.10 FARMER, POULTRY (agric.)
CHICKEN FARMER, EGG (agric.)
poultry farmer, egg
POULTRY BREEDER (agric.)
chick culturist
POULTRY FARMER, MEAT (agric.)
chicken farmer, meat
poultry grower
POULTRYMAN I (agric.)
chicken farmer
chicken man
chicken raiser
chicken rancher
poultry keeper
poultry raiser
poultry rancher
TURKEY RAISER (agric.)
turkey rancher

3-09. TRUCK FARMERS
3-09.10 TRUCK FARMER (agric.)
garden farmer
truck gardener
vegetable grower


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3-09.10 TRUCK FARMER-Continued.
BEET RAISER II (agric.)
MARKET GARDENER (agric.)
MUSHROOM GROWER (aric.)
ONION FARMER (agric.)
POTATO FARMER (agric.)
NOTE.-For specific titles of jobs included
under codes 3-11.10 through 3-30.21 see defi-
nition for FARM HAND (agric.) in PART I.

3-11. FARM HANDS, GRAIN

3-11.10 FARM HAND, GRAN (agric.)
3-11.20 HARVEST HAND, GRPAI (azric.)

3-12. FARM HANDS, COTTON

3-12.10 FARM HAND, COTTON (agric.)
3-12.20 HARVEST HAND, COTTON (agric.)

3-13. FARM HANDS, CROP SPECIALTY

3-13.01 FARM HAND, SUGAR BEET (acgic.)
3-13.02 HARVEST HAND, SUGAR BEET (aric.)
3-13.11 FARM HAND, SUGARCANE (a-gic.)
3-13.12 HARVEST HAND, SUGARCANE (azric.)
3-13.51 FARM HAN-D, TOBACCO (agric.)
3-13.52 HARVEST HAND, TOBACCO (aric.)
3-13.91 FARM HAND, CROP SPECIALTY, N. E. C. (azric.)
3-13.92 HARVEST HAND, CROP SPECIALTY, N. E. C. (aric.)

3-14. FARM HANDS, DAIRY

3-14.10 FARM HAND, DAIRY (agric.)
dairy-barn worker
dairy-farm keeper
dairy-field hand
dairy hand
dairy helper
dairyman

3-15. FARM HANDS, FRUIT

3-15.01 FARM HAND, BERRY (a-ric.)
3-15.02 HARVEST HAND, BERRY (aSric.)
3-15.07 FARM HAND, CRANBERRY BOG,(agric.)
cranberry-bog worker
3-15.08 HARVEST HAND, CRANBERRY BOG (anric.)
3-15.11 FARM HAND, CITRUS FRUIT (agric.)
3-15.12 HARVEST HAND, CITRUS FRUIT (agric.)
3-15.21 FARM HAND, FRUIT (agric.)
3-15.22 HARVEST HAND, FRUIT (agric.)

3-16. FARM HANDS, GENERAL FARMS

3-16.10 FARM HAND, GENERAL (anric.)
chore hand
farm-wage hand
hand
hired hand
hired man
wage hand
3-16.20 HARVEST HAND, GENERAL (agric.)

3-17. FARM HANDS, ANIMAL AND LIVESTOCK

3-17.06 HAZER (agric.)
3-17.10 FARM HAND, LIVESTOCK (agric.)
3-17.20 COWPUNCHER (agric.)
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3-17.20 COWPUNCHER-Continued.
buccaro
buchara
buckaroo
cowboy.
puncher
ranch hand
ranch rider
rider
screw
vacher
vaquero
waddy
BRONC BUSTER (agric.)
bronco buster
bronco peeler
bronco twister
rough rider
BULLDOGGER I (amuse. & rec.)
FENCE RIDER (agric.)
HORSE WRANGLER (agric.)
horse herder
remudero
RODEO PERFORMER (amuse. & rec.)
STOCK TENDER I (agric.)
stock herder
stock minder
3-17.50 SHEEP HERDER (agric.)
basco
herder
herdsman
mutton puncher
pastor
sheepman
shepherd
3-17.60 FARM HAND, ANIMAL (agric.)

3-18. FARM HANDS, POULTRY

3-18.10 FARM HAND, POULTRY (agric.)

3-19. FARM HANDS, VEGETABLE

3-19.10 FARM HAND, VEGETABLE (agric.)
3-19.20 HARVEST HAND, VEGETABLE (agric.)
3-30. FRUIT AND VEGETABLE GRADERS AND
PACKERS

Fruit Packers (3-30.00 through 3-30.19)

3-30.01 PACKING HAND, BERRY (agric.)
3-30.02 PACKING HAND, CITRUS FRUIT (agric.)
3-30.03 PACKING HAND, FRUIT (agric.)
3-30.04 WATERMELON INSPECTOR (agric.)

Vegetable Packers (3-30.20 through 3-30.39)

3-30.21 PACKING HAND, VEGETABLE (agric.)
NOTE.-For specific titles of jobs included
under codes 3-11.10 through 3-30.21 see defi-
nition for FARM HAND (agric.) in PART I.

3-31. BLIGHT CONTROL LABORERS AND
BINDWEED ERADICATORS

3-31.10 BINDWEED ERADICATOR (agric. & hortic. ser.)
3-31.20 LABORER, BLIGHT CONTROL (agric. & hortic. ser.)
NOTE.-For specific titles of jobs included
under this code see definition for LABORER
(agric. & hortic. ser.) in Part I.
3-31.30 SCOUT I (agric. & hortic. ser.)
84690-39--6


3-39.10


3-32. IRRIGATION OCCUPATIONS

3-32.10 DITCH TENDER (agric.)
canal tender, irrigation
farm irrigator
irrigator
RICE-CANAL WORKER (agric.)
3-32.20 IRRIGATOR II (agric.)
3-32.30 LABORER, IRRIGATION DITCH (agric.)

3-35. FARM MECHANICS

3-35.10 FARM MECHANIC (agric.)

3-36. FARM COUPLES

3-36.10 FARM COUPLE (agric.)
couple

3-37. FARM MANAGERS AND FOREMAN

3-37.10 MANAGER, FARM (agric.)
manager, agricultural
overseer, farm
superintendent, farm
3-37.20 FOREMAN (agric.)
CATTLE-RANCH FOREMAN (agric.)
CORRAL BOSS (agric.)
CROP Boss (agric.)
FARM FOREMAN (agric.)
FIELD SUPERVISOR (agric.)
FRUIT-FARM FOREMAN (agric.)
fruit-ranch foreman
ORCHARD FOREMAN (agric.)
SEGUNDO (agric.)
SHEEP-RANCH FOREMAN (agric.)
STOCK-RANCH FOREMAN (agric.)
administrator
caporal
major-domo
TOP SCREW (agric.)
top waddy
3-37.30 CARETAKER, FARM (agric.)

3-38. NURSERY OPERATORS AND FLOWER
GROWERS

3-38.10 FLOWER RAISER (agric. & hortic. ser.)
flower gardner
3-38.20 NURSERYMAN I (agric. & hortic. ser.)
nursery farmer
BULB GROWER (agric. & hortic. ser.)
GREENHOUSE FLORIST (agric. & hortic. ser.)
florist grower
greenhouse foreman
manager, greenhouse
ROSE GROWER (agric. & hortic. ser.)

3-39. NURSERY AND LANDSCAPING LABOR-
ERS

3-39.10 NURSERYMAN II (agric. & hortic. ser.)
nursery worker
*GREENHOUSE WORKER (agric. & hortic. ser.)
greenhouse man
hothouse man
hothouse worker
laborer, greenhouse
laborer, hothouse








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3-39.30 LABORER, NURSERY (agric. & hortic. ser.)
NOTE.-For specific titles of jobs included
under this code see definition for LABORER
(agric. & hortic. ser.) in Part I.
3-39.a fPlant Men (floral)

3-40. GARDENERS AND GROUNDS KEEPERS,
PARKS, CEMETERIES, ETC.

3-40.01 GARDNER II (dom. ser.)
caretaker, yard
greenhouse man
grounds keeper
horticulturist
potting-shed man
3-40.02 GARDNER HELPER (dom. ser.)
3-40.03 GREENS KEEPER I (amuse. & rec.)
greens keeper, foreman
greens keeper, head
3-40.04 GROUNDS .KEEPER I (any ind.)
caretaker, grounds
gardner
GRASS CUTTER (any ind.)
GROUNDS KEEPER, SPORT (amuse. & rec.)
HEDGE-AND-SHRUB CUTTER (any ind.)
3-40.05 GROUNDMAN I (agric. & hortic. ser.)
3-40.06 LANDSCAPE GARDNER (profess. & kin.)
landscaper
3-40.07 GREENS KEEPER II (amuse. & rec.)
laborer, golf course
3-40.11 FUMIGATOR, ORCHARD (agric.)
3-40.12 TREE SPRAYER (agric.)
ORCHARD SPRAYER (agric.)
fruit sprayer
VEGETABLE SPRAYER (agric.)
3-40.13 TREE PRUNER (agric.)
pruner
tree trimmer
ALMOND TREE PRUNER (agric.)
almond pruner
ORCHARD PRUNER (agric.)
3-40.21 LABORER, LANDSCAPE (agric. & hortic. ser.)

3-41. HATCHERY MEN

3-41.10 HATCHERY MAN, POULTRY (agric. & hortic. ser.)
hatchery operator
incubator specialist
CUSTOM HATCHER (agric. & hortic. ser.)
incubator specialist

3-42. LABORERS, HATCHERY

3-42.10 LABORER, HATCHERY (agric. & hortic. ser.)
NOTE.-For specific titles of jobs included
under this code see definitions for LABORER
(agric. & hortic. ser.) in Part I.

3-43. STABLEMEN

3-43.20 STABLEMAN (any ind.)
barn hand
feed mixer
feedman
groom
hostler
liveryman
stable boy
tackman
team tender


3-49.92


3-43.20 STABLEMAcN-Continucd.
HORSE CHANGER (logging)
HORSE FEEDER (any ind.)
HORSE TENDER (any ind.)
M'ULE CHANGER loggingg)
MULE FEEDER (any ind.)
MULE TENDER (any ind.)
OxsAN (logging)
ox feeder
ox tender
STALLION KEEPER (agric.)
SWIPE (agric.)

3-44. BARN BOSSES

3-44.10 BARN BOss (any ind.)
corral man
hostler
lotman
stable boss

3-47. COTTON GINNERS

3-47.10 GINNER I (agric. & hortic. ser.)
gin-stand operator
gin worker
suction hand
tier-out
3-47.20 LABORER, COTTON-GINNING (acric. & hortic
ser.)
NOTE.-For specific titles of jobs included
under this code see definition for LBOREP.
(agric. & hortic. ser.) in Part I.

3-48. TECHNICAL AGRICULTURAL OCCUPA-
TIONS, N. E. C.

Poultry Experts (3-4S.00 through 3-4'.19)

3-48.01 BLOOD TESTER, FOWLS (azric.)
blood tester, poultry
pullorum tester
3-48.02 CAPONIZER (agric. & hortic. ser.)
3-48.03 CHICKEN SEXER (agric. & hortic. ser.)
chick sexer
poultry sexer
3-48.04 POULTRY CULLER II (agric. & hortic. er.)
chicken culler
culler

Miscellaneous Technical Agriculture Occupations
(3-48.90 through 3-45.99 i

3-48.91 AGRICULTURAL AIDE (agric.)
3-48.92 BIOLOGICAL AIDE (agric.)
BIOLOGICAL MIAN (grain & feed mill.)
experimental-poultry-feed man
3-48.93 CATTLE DEHORNER I (agric. & hortic. ser.)
horn cutter

3-49. AGRICULTURAL OCCUPATIONS, N. E. C.

3-49.21 SEED SORTER (agric.)
3-49.31 SHEEP SHEARER (agric.)
sheep clipper
stock clipper
3-49.32 LrvE-CAR CARETAKER (whole tr.)
LIVE POULTRY CARETAKER (whole. tr.)
LIVESTOCK CARETAKER (whole. tr.)
3-49.41 COMBINE OPERATOR (agrie.)
3-49.92 MEDICINAL-PLANT COLLECTOR (agric.)
drug collector








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3-49.93 Moss PICKER I (agric. & hortic. ser.)
3-49.94 HORSE BREAKER, DRAFT (agric.)
3-49.95 HORSE BREAKER, SADDLE (agric.)
3-49.a tDippermen (agriculture)


3-87.58


3-49.b tKickers, Box Press (agriculture)
3-49.c fTray Makers (agriculture)
3-49.d tTray Men (agriculture)
stackers, tray


FISHERY OCCUPATIONS

(3-80.00 through 3-89.99)

This group includes the occupations of workers who earn their livelihood
by actively engaging in catching or gathering all types of sea food and aquatic
shells and plants by any one or more of numerous methods.


3-87. FISHERMEN AND OYSTERMEN
Net and Seine Fishermen (3-87.00 through 3-87.19)
3-87.01 FISHERMAN, DIP NET (fish.)
dip-net operator
netter, dip
3-87.02 FISHERMAN, DIVER NET (fish.)
3-87.03 FISHERMAN, FYKE NET (fish.)
3-87.04 FISHERMAN, GILL NET (fish.)
netter, gill net
FISHERMAN, SEA TURTLE (fish.)
FISHERMAN, SQUAW NET (fish.)
NETTER, ANCHOR (fish.)
netter, set
netter, stake
NETTER, DRIFT (fish.)
drifter
3-87.05 FISHERMAN, HAUL, DRAG, OR BEACH SEINE (fish.)
drag seiner
netter, drag
3-87.06 FISHERMAN, LAMPARA NET (fish.)
netter, lampara
3-87.07 FISHERMAN, OTTER TRAWL (fish.)
FISHERMAN, BEAM TRAWL (fish.)
3-87.08 FISHERMAN, PARANZELLA NET (fish.)
netter, paranzella
3-87.11 FISHERMAN, POUND NET OR TRAP (fish.)
fisherman, trap
netter, pound
netter, trap
trap tender
trapper
3-87.12 FISHERMAN, PURSE SEINE (fish.)
netter, run-around
purse seiner
FISHERMAN, MENHADEN (fish.)
3-87.13 FISHERMAN, TRAMMEL NET (fish.)
3-87.15 NET MAN (fish.)
Line Fishermen (3-87.20 through 3-87.39)
3-87.21 ANGLER (fish.)
fisherman, hook and line
3-87.22 FISHERMAN, HAND LINE I (fish.)
FISHERMAN, RED SNAPPER (fish.)
HAND LINER, DORY (fish.)
3-87.23 FISHERMAN, HAND LINE II (fish.)
FISHERMAN, GROUPER (fish.)
HAND LINER, DECK (fish.)
3-87.24 FISHERMAN, TROLLING (fish.)
troller
3-87.25 FISHERMAN, TROT LINE (fish.)


3-87.26 FISHERMAN, TRAWL LINE (fish.)
fisherman, set line
trawler

Fishermen, Miscellaneous Gear (3-87.40 through 3-87.49)
3-87.41 CAPTAIN OF THE POUND (fish.)
3-87.42 FISHERMAN, BOW AND ARROW (fish.)
3-87.43 FISHERMAN, FISH WHEEL (fish.)
fish-wheel operator
fishing-machine operator
3-87.44 FISHERMAN, SPEAR AND GAFF (fish.)
gaffman
spearer
3-87.45 FISHERMAN, WEIR (fish.)
3-87.46 GUNNER (fish.)
harpooner

Fishermen, Specific Kind of Fish (3-87.50 through 3-87.69)

3-87.51 FISHERMAN, ABALONE (fish.)
3-87.52 FISHERMAN, CLAM (fish.)
clammer
CLAM DIGGER (fish.)
clam raker
CLAM DREDGER (fish.)
CLAM TONGER (fish.)
CLAM TREADER (fish.)
treader
FISHERMAN, MUSSEL (fish.)
mussel gatherer
musseler
FISHERMAN, QUAHOG (fish.)
SKIMMER MAN (fish.)
3-87.53 FISHERMAN, CRAB (fish.)
crabber
3-87.54 FISHERMAN, EEL I (fish.)
*FISHERMAN, EEL II (fish.)
fisherman, eel pot
3-87.55 FISHERMAN, LOBSTER POT (fish.)
lobsterman
3-87.56 FISHERMAN, OYSTER (fish.)
OYSTER DREDGER (fish.)
OYSTER TONGER (fish.)
longer
tongsman
3-87.57 FISHERMAN, SCALLOP (fish.)
SCALLOP DREDGER (fish.)
SCALLOP RAKER (fish.)
3-87.58 FISHERMAN, SHRIMP (fish.)
shrimp catcher
striker







3-87.61


3-87.61 FISHERMAN, SWORDFISH (fish.)
harpooner
spearman
3-87.62 FISHERMAN, TERRAPIN (fish.)
3-87.63 OYSTERMAN I (fish.)
Seal Fishermen (3-87.70 through 3-87.79)
3-87.71 SEAL DRIVER (fish.)
3-87.72 SEAL HUNTER (fish.)
sealer
3-87.73 SEAL KILLER (fish.)
seal clubber
3-87.74 SEAL SKINNER (fish.)
Miscellaneous Fishing Occupations
(3-87.90 through 3-87.99)
3-87.91 CAPTAIN II (fish.)
skipper

3-88. SPONGE AND SEAWEED GATHERERS
Seaweed Gatherers (3-88.00 through 3-88.19)
3-88.01 KELP HOOKMAN (fish.)
3-88.02 KELP CUTTERMAN (fish.)
Irish Moss Gatherers (3-88.20 through 3-88.39)
3-88.21 IRISH-MOSS BLEACHER (fish.)
bleacher
curer
moss bleacher


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3-97.aa


3-88.22 IRISH-MOSS GATHERER (fish.)
moss gatherer

Sponge Fishermen, Except Divers (3-88.40 through 3-88.59)
3-88.41 SPONGE CLIPPER (fish.)
3-88.42 SPONGE PACKER II (fish.)
3-88.43 SPONGER, HOOKING (fish.)
fisherman, sponge hooking
hooker

3-89. FISHING OCCUPATIONS, N. E. C.

3-89.01 BRINER (fish.)
3-89.02 CHECKER AND WEIGHED (fish.)
weigher and checker
3-89.03 CRAB INSPECTOR (fish.)
3-89.04 FISH-DRESSING-GANG WORKED (fish.)
butcher
butcher-gang worker
dress-gang worker
fish cleaner
fish dresser-
3-89.05 FLENSER (fish.)
3-89.06 LABORER, WHARF (fish.)
lumper
wharf hand
IDLER II (fish.)
3-89.07 MEAT FLENSER (fish.)
3-89.08 OYSTER WEIGHER (fish.)
oyster checker


FORESTRY (EXCEPT LOGGING) AND HUNTING AND TRAPPING
OCCUPATIONS

(3-90.00 through 3-99.99)

This group includes occupations concerned with the development and care
of forests and the growing and gathering of forest products; also occupations
of workers who guide hunting or trapping parties or who engage in the hunting
and trapping of wild animals and game. It does not include logging occu-
pations.


3-91. FORESTRY OCCUPATIONS, EXCEPT
LOGGING

3-91.01 CHIPPER VI (turp. & rosin)
hacker
renter
Box PULLER (turp. & rosin)
3-91.02 FACE CUTTER (turp. & rosin)


3-96. HUNTING AND TRAPPING GUIDES

3-96.10 GUIDE, HUNTING AND FISHING amuses. & rec.)

3-97. HUNTERS AND TRAPPERS

3-97.20 WALRUS HUNTER (fish.)
3-97.30 TRAPPER I (agric.)
3-97.aa tRifiemen (hunting)














SKILLED OCCUPATIONS

(4-00.000 through 5-99.999)

This group includes craft and manual occupations that require predomi-
nately a thorough and comprehensive knowledge of processes involved in the
work, the exercise of considerable independent judgement, usually a high decree
of manual dexterity, and, in some instances, extensive responsibility for valuable
product or equipment. Workers in these occupations usually become qualified
by serving apprenticeships or extensive training periods.
Foremen of manual and craft workers are also included with these occupa-
tions, the foremen who are responsible for the supervision of craftsmen re-
ceiving the same code as the type of craftsman they supervise. Other foreman,
who usually supervise workers in a variety of occupations, receive codes
(groups 5.91. through 5.99.) according to the industry involved.

OCCUPATIONS IN MANUFACTURING AND RELATED ACTIVITIES

(4-01.000 through 5-18.999)

OCCUPATIONS IN PRODUCTION OF FOOD PRODUCTS
(4-01.000 through 4-10.999)


4-01. BAKERS

4-01.100 BAKER I (bake. prod.)
BAKER, BREAD I (bake. prod.)
bread maker
BAKER, CAKE I (bake. prod.)
cake maker
cake man
BAKER, COFFEE-CAKE, FIRST (bake. prod.)
coffee-cake maker
BAKER, COOKY (bake. prod.)
BAKER, CRACKER (bake. prod.)
BAKER, DANISH BREAD (bake. prod.)
BAKER, FANCY BREAD (bake. prod.)
BAKER, FIRST CLASS (bake. prod.)
BAKER, FRENCH BREAD (bake. prod.)
baker, french-bread and rolls
BAKER, GEISSINI (bake. prod.)
BAKER, ROLLS (bake. prod.)
BAKER, SECOND CLASS (bake. prod.)
COOK, FRENCH PASTRY (bake. prod.)
PASTRY MAKER (bake. prod.)
baker, fancy
baker, pastry
baker, special pastry
baker, specials
cook, pastry
pastry chef
pastry man
PIE MAKER, HAND (bake. prod.)
baker, pie
pieman


4-01.100 BAKER I-Continued.
RYE-BREAD BAKER (bake. prod.)
SWEET-CRACKER BAKER (bake. prod.)
SWEET-DOUGH MAN, ALL-AROUND (bake.
prod.)
VIENNA-BREAD BAKER (bake. prod.)
4-01.200 BENCH HAND II (bake. prod.)
baker, bench
baker, hand
benchman
dough molder, hand
BREAD BENCH-HAND (bake. prod.)
bread benchman
BREAD MAKER, FANCY (bake. prod.)
CAKE BENCH-HAND (bake. prod.)
cake benchman
CRULLER BENCH-HAND (bake. prod.)
PASTRY BENCH-HAND (bake. prod.)
ROLL BENCH-HAND (bake. prod.)
RYE-BREAD BENCH-HAND (bake. prod.)
SWEET-DOUGH BENCH-HAND (bake. prod.)
sweet-dough former
sweet-dough make-up man
sweet-dough man
*BENCH FOREMAN (bake. prod.)
bench-hand foreman
4-01.300 SOFT-PIE MAN II (bake. prod.)
BAKER, CUSTARD PIE (bake. prod.)
*CREAM-PIE FINISHER (bake. prod.)
4-01.400 BAKER IV (hotel & rest.)
bread baker
bread maker
(59)








4-01.400


4-01.400 BAKER IV-Continued.
cook, bread
ovenman
BAKER, BISCUIT (hotel & rest.)
BAKER, HEAD (hotel & rest.)
baker, bread, chief
baker chef
BAKER, SECOND (hotel & rest.)
NIGHT BAKER (hotel & rest.)
ROLLS BAKER (hotel & rest.)
4-01.500 COOKY MIXER (bake. prod.)
cooky-batter mixer
cooky-dough mixer
4-01.600 BATTER MIXER (bake. prod.)
batter-mixer operator
batter-mixing-machine operator
ingredient mixer
mixer man
mixing-machine attendant
mixing-machine man
mixing man
CAKE MIXER (bake. prod.)
cake-batter mixer
cake-dough mixer
cake-ingredient mixer
SUGAR-WAFER-MIXER OPERATOR (bake. prod.)
WAFER-MIXER OPERATOR (bake. prod.)
4-01.700 DOUGH MIXER (bake. prod.)
dough maker
dough-mixer operator
dough-mixing-machine operator
ingredient mixer
mixer man
mixing-machine attendant
mixing-machine man
mixing man
BREAD-DOUGH MIXER (bake. prod.)
bread mixer
CRACKER-DOUGH MIXER (bake. prod.)
cracker mixer
DOUGHNUT-DOUGH MIXER (bake. prod.)
DOUGHNUT MIXER (bake. prod.)
KNEADING-MACHINE OPERATOR I (bake. prod.)
PASTRY MIXER (bake. prod.)
PIE-CRUST MIXER (bake. prod.)
pie-dough mixer
pie-dough-mixing-machine operator
PRETZEL-DOUGH MIXER (bake. prod.)
SPONGE MIXER (bake. prod.)
sponge maker.
sponge man
sponger
SWEET-CRACKER MIXER (bake. prod.)
SWEET-DOUGH MIXER (bake. prod.)
sweet-dough make-up man
sweet mixer
4-01.800 OVENMAN I (bake. prod.)
baker, peel-oven
drawman
oven tender
ovenman, first
peel-oven man
peel-oven operator
peel-oven tender
peel-type-oven operator
peeler
stationary-oven man
CAKE OVENMAN (bake. prod.)


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4-01.800 *OVENMAN H (bake. prod.)
oven tender
peeler
reel-oven man
reel-oven tender
TART OVENMAN (bake. prod.)
*OVENMAN III (bake. prod.)
oven tender
revolving-tray-oven man
rotary-oven man
rotary-oven tender
*OVENMAN IV (bake. prod.)
baker operator, automatic
flat-traveler-oven man
oven tender
ovenman, head
traveling-oven rtc-Ends !:
traveling-oven foreman
traveling-oven man
traveling-oven operator
traveling-oven tender
traveling-tray-oven man
*OVENMAN YV (bake. prod.)
battery-oven man
draw-plate-oven tender
oven tender
rack-oven man

4-02. OCCUPATIONS IN PRODUCTION OF
BAKERY PRODUCTS, N. E. C.

Forming and Shaping Occupations
(4-02.100 through 4-02.199)

4-02.151 DOUGIHNUT MAKEP., HLAND (bake. prod.)
baker, doughnut
cruller maker, hand

Finishing and Icing Occupations (4-02.300 through 4-02.399)

4-02.311 CAKE DECORATOR H (bake. prod.)
baker, frosting
cake finisher, hand
confectioner
FRENCH-PASTRY DECORATOR (bake. pro-.)
4-02.321 ICING MINER (bake. prod.)
icer helper, hand
icing beater
icing maker
icing-mixing-machine operator
COOKY-ICING ~ISER (bake. prod.)
cooky-icing maker
FIG-JAM MlIXER (bake. prod.)
FILLER MIXER I (bake. prod.)
MARSHMALLOW MIAKERE. bSk. prod.: con-
fection.)
marshmallow-rmi-r-mach in e op7--s't-,

4-03. OCCUPATIONS IN PRODUCTION OF
BEVERAGES

Occupations in Production of Distilled Liquors
(4-03.000 through 4-03.199)

4-03.010 CISTERN-ROOM OPERATOR (distiled liquors)
cistern-room working-foreman
4-03.020 LIQUOR BLENDER (distilled liquors)
4-03.030 YEAST MbAKER (distilled liquors)
yeast man








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61


Occupations in Production of Malt Liquors
(4-03.200 through 4-03.399)

4-03.210 BREWMASTER (malt liquors)
4-03.220 DE-ALCOHOLIZER (malt liquors)
4-03.240 MALTSTER (malt liquors)
4-03.250 TESTER (malt liquors)
4-03.260 STILLMAN, BEER (malt liquors)
brewer, fermenting cellar
4-03.270 MASHER (malt liquors)
mash-tub man
4-03.280 KETTLEMAN (malt liquors)
kettle tender

Occupations in Production of Vinous Liquors
(4-03.400 through 4-03.499)

4-03.430 WINE MAKER (vinous liquors)
4-03.440 WINE-PUMP MAN (vinous liquors)
4-03.460 FERMENTATION INSPECTOR (vinous liquors)
4-03.470 FILTER OPERATOR IV (vinous liquors)

4-05. OCCUPATIONS IN PRODUCTION
CONFECTIONS


OF


Occupations in Preparation of Chocolate and Cocoa
(4-05.000 through 4-05.099)

4-05.011 COCOA-BEAN ROASTER (choc. & cocoa)
cocoa roaster
roaster
4-05.021 SAMPLER (choc. & cocoa) I
cocoa sampler
4-05.031 SAMPLER (choc. & cocoa) II
cocoa-powder sampler

Occupations in Manufacture of Chewing Gum
(4-05.100 through 4-05.199)

4-05.111 GUM MAKER I (chew. gum)
gum mixer
gum-mixing-machine operator

Candy Making Occupations (4-05.200 through 4-05.239)
4-05.211 CANDY MAKER (confection.)
batch maker
boiler
confectioner
cook, candy
cooker, batch
cooker, candy
ALMOND-PASTE MIXER (confection.)
CANDY BAKER (confection.)
CANDY MAKER, FIRST-CLASS (confection.)
candy maker, general
candy maker, head
candy maker, master
CANDY MAKER, HARD (confection.)
candy batch-maker, hard
candy man, hard
cooker, hard candy
cooker, sugar candy
CANDY MAKER, MARSHALLOW (confection.)
marshmallow man
CANDY MAKER, SECOND CLASS (confection.)
candy-maker, junior
CARAMEL-CANDY MAKER (confection.)
caramel cooker
caramel maker
caramel man
chews man


4-06.450


4-05.211 CANDY MAKER--Continued.
COCONUT CANDY MAKER (confection.)
coconut mixer
COOKER, FONDANT (confection.)
cooker, cream
cooker, filling
cream-cooker-furnace man
cream man
fondant maker
COOKER, MINT-CREAM (confection.)
CREAM-BEATER-MACHINE OPERATOR (confec-
tion.)
fondant mixer
CREAM HAND confectionn.)
CRYSTAL-SIRUP MAKER (confection.)
crystallizer
FUDGE-CANDY MAKER (confection.)
fudge man
JELLY-AND-GUM-CANDY MAKER (confection.)
cook, gum
jelly-candy maker
MARSHALLOW MAKER (bake. prod.; confection.)
marshallow-mixing-machine operator
NOUGAT-CANDY MAKER (confection.)
nougat cooker
nougat maker
nougat man
TAFFY-CANDY MAKER (confection.)
*COCONUT COOKER (confection.)
coconut mixer

4-06. OCCUPATIONS IN PROCESSING OF
DAIRY PRODUCTS

Occupations in Production of Ice Cream
(4-06.000 through 4-06.299)

4-06.010 ICE-CREAM MAKER II (ice cream)
4-06.030 MIx MAN (ice cream)
ice-cream mixer
mixing man
4-06.050 DECORATOR (ice cream)
fancy man
ice-cream molder
make-up man
pudding maker
specialty man

Occupations in Production of Butter
(4-06.300 through 4-06.399)

4-06.310 BUTTER MAKER (dairy prod.)
4-06.330 BUTTER CHURNER (dairy prod.)
churn man
churn operator
churner

Occupations in Production of Cheese
(4.06.400 through 4-06.499)

4-06.410 CHEESE MlAKER (dairy prod.)
cheese cooker
AMERICAN-CHEDDAR-CHEESE MAKER (dairy
prod.)
AMERICAN-CHEESE MAKER (dairy prod.)
BRICK-CHEESE MAKER (dairy prod.)
LIMBURGER-CHEESE MAKER (dairy prod.)
SWISS-CHEESE MAKER (dairy prod.)
4-06.430 CHEESE BLENDER (dairy prod.)
4-06.450 SALTER III (dairy prod.)








4-06.510


Milk Processors and Related Occupations
(4-06.500 through 4-06.699)
4-06.510 CREAM GRADER (dairy prod.)
stirrer
MILK GRADER (dairy prod.)
4-06.530 CULTURE MAN (dairy prod.)
starter
4-06.550 MILK-HOUSE MAN (dairy prod.)
4-06.560 PASTEURIZER III (dairy prod.)
pasteurizing-machine operator
pasteurizing operator
BYPRODUCTS PASTEURIZER (dairy prod.)
CHOCOLATE-MILK MAKER (dairy prod.)
PASTEURIZERR IV (ice cream)
ice-cream-mix pasteurizer
pasteurizer operator
pasteurizer tender
pasteurizing-machine operator
pasteurizing man
4-06.570 VATMAN II (dairy prod.)
cream ripener
pasteurizer

4-07. MILLERS, GRAIN, FLOUR, FEED, ETC.

4-07.100 MILLER II (grain & feed mill.)
mill operator
FLOUR MILLER (grain & feed mill.)
BUHR OR BURR MILL OPERATOR (grain & feed
mill.)
buhr or burr miller
CORN MILLER (grain & feed mill.)
meal miller
MEAL MAN (grain & feed mill.
gristmiller
*MILLER (grain & feed mill.) III
mill operator
*MILLER, SECOND (grain & feed mill.)
4-07.200 MILLMAN, DISTILLERY (distilled liquor)
grain miller
4-07.310 MILLER, HEAD, WET PROCESS (corn prod.)
stonecutter
4-07.320 MILLER, HEAD, ASSISTANT, WET PROCESS (corn
prod.)
stonecutter, assistant
4-07.330 MILLER, WET PROCESS (corn prod.)
stonecutter operator

4-08. OCCUPATIONS IN PRODUCTION OF
GRAIN-MILL PRODUCTS, N. E. G.
Flour Blending and Sifting Occupations
(4-08.130 through 4-08.149)
4-08.ea tTesters, Flour

Cereal Processing Occupations (4-08.210 through 4-08.239)
4-08.ga tPlaters, Cereal (food)

Occupations in Separating Starch from Corn
(4-08.300 through 4-08.349)
4-08.311 VACUUM-TANK TENDER I (corn prod.)
LIGHT PANMAN (corn prod.)
PANhAN, HEAVY (corn prod.)
panman, finish
STEEP PANMAN (corn prod.)
4-08.321 FILTERMAN, HEAD (corn prod.)
bone-filter man


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Occupations in Production of Corn Sirup and Corn Sugar
(4-08.410 through 4-08.449)

4-08.411 NEUTRALIZER MAN (corn prod.)
neutralizer
4-08.421 CONVERTER MAN I (corn prod.)
converter

Miscellaneous Occupations in Production of Grain-Mill
Products (4-08.910 through 4-OS.999)
4-08.911 FIREMAN, BONE KILNS, HEAD (corn prod.)

4-09. OCCUPATIONS IN SLAUGHTERING AND
IN PREPARATION OF MEAT PRO-
DUCTS
Killing Floor Occupations (4-09.100 through 4-09.199)

4-09.101 KOSHER CUTTER II (slaught. & meat p.c.
shochet

Occupations in Reduction of Carcasses and in Meat
Processing (4-09.200 through 4-09.399)

4-09.201 COOLER INSPECTOR (slaught. & meat pack.)
4-09.204 BONER-DRESSER, BEEF (slaught. & meat pack.)
*BONER-DRESSER, PORK (slaught. & meat pack.)
4-09.205 BEEF CUTTER II (slaught. & meat pack.)
beef breaker
beef-cooler cutter
butcher, refrigerator
meat cutter, beef
retail cutter
*BUTCHER, ALL ROUND (slaught. & meat pack.)
*PORK CUTTER (slaught. & meat pack.)
meat cutter, pork
pork butcher
4-09.206 BUTCHER, SPECIAL CUT (slaught. & meat pack.)
4-09.207 HOG INSPECTOR (slaught. & meat pack.)
butcher, hog
4-09.212 CooK VI (slaught. & meat pack.)
*CoOK, CHIEF III (slaught. & meat pack.)
cook house foreman
4-09.ca tBatchers-Up

Occupations in Processing of Byproducts
(4-09.400 through 4-09.499)
4-09.401 RENDER MAN (slaught. & meat pack.)
edible tankman
kettle-rendered-lard cooker
kettleman
lard cooker
lard kettleman
lard tankman
pressure-kettle charger
LARD MAKER (slaught. & meat pack.)
lard man
lard renderer
lard rendering man
4-09.402 ROLLER-ROOM M AN (slaught. & meat pack.)
cooling-roll operator
lard roller-man
roll-machine operator
rollman

4-10. OCCUPATIONS IN PRODUCTION OF
MISCELLANEOUS FOOD PRODUCTS

Occupations in Processing of Coffee, Tea, and Spice
(4-10.000 through 4-10.049)


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Occupations in Processing of Spice 4-10.613 SATURATION OR CARBONATION MAN (sugar)
(4-10.030 through 4-10.039) carbonation or saturation man
SATURATION OR CARBONATION MAN, FIRST
4-10.033 SPICE MIXER II (coffee, tea, & sp.) SATURATION OR CARBONATION MAN, FRS
spice blender SATURATION OR CARBONATION MAN, SECOND
Occupations in Preparation of Flavoring Extracts and (sugar)
Flavoring Sirup (4-10.100 through 4-10.199) SATURATION OR CARBONATION MAN, THIRD
4-10.110 CHEMIST-MIXER (flavor. ext. & sirup) (sugar)
sulphitor
Occupations in Refining of Sugar
(4-10.600 through 4-10.699) Miscellaneous Occupations in Refining of Sugar
Sugar Cooking and Cooling Occupations (4-10.650 through 4-10.699)
(4-10.600 through 4-10.619)
(4-10.600 through 4-10.619) 4-10.682 LIQUOR MAN II (sugar)
4-10.611 SUGAR BOILER (sugar) liquor-gallery operator
4-10.612 CRYSTALLIZER OPERATOR II (sugar) liquor runner



OCCUPATIONS IN MANUFACTURE OF TOBACCO PRODUCTS

(4-12.000 through 4-12.999)

4-12. OCCUPATIONS IN MANUFACTURE OF 4-12.311 CIGAR MAKER-Continued.
TOBACCO PRODUCTS stogie maker, hand
TOBY MAKER (tobacco)
Occupations in Blending, Stemming, and Conditioning of 4-12.321 CI INECR (tobacco)
4-12.321 CIGAR INSPECTOR (tobacco)
Leaf Tobacco (4-12.000 through 4-12.099)examier

4-12.011 BLENDER VIII (tobacco) final-cigar and box examiner
leaf blender final-cigarmaking inspector
GRANULATING BLENDER (tobacco) final examiner
4-12.031 LEAF-SAMPLE MAN (tobacco) CIGAR-PACKING EXAMINER (tobacco)
sample inspector 4-12.331 ROLLER, HAND I (tobacco)
Occupations in Making of Cigars (4-12.300 through ar rlleand
wrapper, hand
12.399) ROLLER, VACUUM TABLE (tobacco)
4-12. 311 CIGAR MAKER (tobacco) cigar roller
finished-cigar maker suction-plate roller, hand
out-and-out cigar maker, hand suction roller



OCCUPATIONS IN PRODUCTION OF TEXTILES

(4-14.000 through 4-19.999)


4-14. OCCUPATIONS IN MANUFACTURE OF
KNIT GOODS
Knitters, Machine (4-14.060 through 4-14.099)
4-14.061 KNITTING-MACHINE OPERATOR I (knit goods)
knitter
knitter, machine
ANKLET KNITTER (knit goods)
BAND-KNITTING-MACHINE OPERATOR (knit
goods)
band-machine operator
BANDAGE-KNITTING-MACHINE OPERATOR (knit
goods)
CIRCULAR KNITTER (knit goods)
circular-tube-knitting-machine operator
knitting-machine operator, circular
CUFF KNITTER (knit goods)
cuffing knitter
knitting-machine operator, cuffs
FLAT KNITTER (knit goods)
knitting-machine operator, fiat
MUFFLER KNITTER (knit goods)
TIE KNITTER (knit goods)
tie-knitting-machine operator


4-14.062 KNITTING-MACHINE OPERATOR, FULL-FASH-
IONED HOSIERY (hosiery)
FOOTER I (hosiery)
foot knitter
footer-machine operator
knitter, second
knitting-machine operator, footer
KNITTING-MACHINE OPERATOR, FULL-FASH-
IONED, AUTOMATIC (hosiery)
LEGGER I (hosiery)
knitter
knitting-machine operator, legger
leg knitter
legger-machine operator, full-fashioned hosiery
PATTERN MAN (hosiery)
experimental man
pattern knitter
sampleman
4-14.063 KNITTING-MACHINE OPERATOR, HAND II (knit
goods)
knitter, hand
4-14.064 CLOTH RIBBER (knit goods)
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ribber operator








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4-14.064 CLOTH RIBBER-Continued.
ribbing-machine operator
ribbing-machine operator, automatic
4-14.065 STOCKING RIBBER (hosiery)
rib knitter
ribber operator
ribbing-machine operator
ribbing-machine operator, automatic
topper
topping-machine operator, automatic
4-14.067 STOCKING-SAMPLE-MACHINE OPERATOR (textile)
knitting-machine operator
sample knitter
4-14.071 LINK-AND-LINK-KNITTING-MACHINE OPERATOR
(knit goods)
knitter, machine
knitting-machine operator, automatic
link-to-link knitter
links-machine knitter
4-14.072 LINK-AND-LINK-HAND-KNITTING-MIACHINE OP-
ERATOR (knit goods)
knitting-machine operator, hand
links-and-links hand-knitter
4-14.aa tKnitters, Banner (hosiery)

Knitters, Hand (4-14.110 through 4-14.129)

4-14.111 KNITTER, HAND II (knit goods)

Menders (4-14.300 through 4-14.339)

4-14.331 GARMENT MENDER (knit goods)
hook mender
knit mender
mender, hand
4-14.332 OPEN-WORK MENDER (hosiery)
4-14.333 RETURNED-STOCKING REPAIRER (hosiery)

Miscellaneous Occupations in Manufacture of Knit
Goods (4-14.900 through 4-14.999)

4-14.ha tCutters, Leg (hosiery)
4-15. WEAVERS, TEXTILE.

4-15.010 JACQUARD-LOOM WEAVER (textile)
PLUSH WEAVER (textile)
WEAVER, BROADLOOM (textile)
WEAVER, FANCY LOOM (textile)
4-15.020 WEAVER IV (textile)
loom operator
loom operator,.machine
BROAD-SILK WEAVER (textile)
COLVIN-DOBBY WEAVER (textile)
DRAPER WEAVER (textile)
LENO WEAVER (textile)
PICK WEAVER (textile)
PLUSH WEAVER (textile)
RIBBON WEAVER (textile)
SALVAGE-YARN WEAVER (textile)
bad-filling weaver
SAMPLE WEAVER (textile)
sample hand
sample-process hand
sampleman
WEAVER, AUTOMATIC LOOM (textile)
WEAVER, BROADLOOM (carpet and rug)
WEAVER, DOBBY LOOM (textile)
WEAVER, PLAIN LOOM (textile)
WEAVER, STAFFORD (textile)
WEAVING INSTRUCTOR (textile)


4-19.201


4-15.030 LooM CHANGER (textile)
warp changer
HARNESS BUILDER II (textile)
harness assembler
harness maker
harness mender
harness wirer
4-16. LOOM FIXERS

4-16.010 LOOM FIXER (textile)
break-down man, weaving
changer fixer
loom repairman
spare fixer, looms
DOBBY-LooM FIXER (textile)
FEELER MAN, LOOMS (textile)
JACQUARD-LOOM FIXEP (textile)
jacquard fixer
LEND-BOX CHANGE 'R Ir..!:

4-18. NONPROCESS OCCUPATIONS IN MANU-
FACTURE OF TEXTILES. N. E. C.

Nonprocess Occupations in Manufacture of Knit Goods,
n. e. c. (4-18.000 through 4-IS.199)

4-18.020 JACQUARD-PLATE MAKER (knit goods)
Patternmaker

Nonprocess Occupations in Manufacture of Yarn,
Thread, and Textile Fabrics, n. e. c.
(4-18.200 through 4-18.599)

4-18.440 TEASEL SETTER (textile)
gig-machine teasel fitter
4-18.450 LooM STARTER (textile)
new-loom starter
starter, weaving
4-18.460 ROLLER SETTER (textile)
4-18.470 PATTERN EXAMINER (textile)
jacquard-card-pattern examiner
4-18.ba tCylinder Makers (textile)

4-19. OCCUPATIONS IN MANUFACTURE OF
TEXTILES, N. E. C.

Spinners (4-19.040 through 4-19.049)

4-19.042 SPINNER, IULE (textile)

Spinning Occupations, Except Spinners
(4-19.030 through 4-19.'59)

4-19.052 NEW-FRAME STARTER (textile)
frame starter
4-19.ba tInspectors, Spinning (textile)
Beamers (4-19.200 through 4-19.209

4-19.201 BEAMER III (textile)
beamer-chain tender
beamer tender
beaming-machine operator
chain beamer
take-off man
warper
warper tender
REWARPER (textile)
SILK BEAMER (textile)
SPRINKLER TENDER (textile)
dampener
dampener operator
moistening-machine operator


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4-19.202


4-19.202 RUG SETTER, AXMINSTER (carpet & rug)
color-setting-machine operator
RUG SETTER, SIX-QUARTER MACHINE (carpet
& rug)
RUG SETTER, THREE-QUARTER MACHINE (car-
pet & rug)
4-19.203 RUG SETTER, VELVET (carpet & rug)
color-setting-machine operator

Warpers (4-19.210 through 4-19.219)

4-19.211 DRESSER TENDER (textile)
dresser
thread dresser
warp dresser
warper
warper-tender
warping-mill operator

Mercerizing, Sizing, and Related Occupations
(4-19.340 through 4-19.389)

4-19.oa tEnterers, Machine (textile)
4-19.ob tFinishers, Ribbon (textile)
Final Inspection Occupations
(4-19.550 through 4-19.569)

4-19.sa tInspectors, Process (textile)
4-19.sb tInspectors, Quality (textile)

Occupations in Manufacture of Artificial Leather, n. e. c.
(4-19.600 through 4-19.619)

4-19.ta tInspectors, Finish, Patent Leather
4-19.tb tMixers, Batch (textile)
4-19.tc tOperators, Frame, Tender (artificial leather)

Occupations in Manufacture of Cordage and Twine. n. e. c.
(4-19.730 through 4-19.749)

4-19.731 ROPE MAKER I (cord. & twine)


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Occupations in Manufacture of Nets and Seines, n. e. c.
(4-19.750 through 4-19.769)

4-19.752 NET MAKER (net & seine)
SAFETY-NET MAKER (net & seine)
TENNIS-NET MAKER (net & seine)


Occupations in Preparation and Adjustment of Looms,
n. e. c. (4-19.820 through 4-19.849)

4-19.821 DRAWING-IN-MACHINE TENDER (textile)
drawer
drawer-in, machine
warp drawer-in, machine
4-19.823 LEASE-OUT INSPECTOR, WEAVE ROOM (textile)
4-19.wa tInspectors, Loom (textile)

Textile Printing Occupations
(4-19.870 through 4-19.889)

4-19.872 NOVELTY-PRINTING FOREMAN (textile)
4-19.873 BLOCK PRINTER (textile)
4-19.874 CLOTH PRINTER (textile)
printing-machine operator
printing-machine tender
NOVELTY-PRINTING-MACHINE OPERATOR (tex-
tile)
4-19.881 ETCHER, HAND VI (textile)
4-19.882 CLAMPER (textile)
clammer

Miscellaneous Occupations in Manufacture of Textiles
(4-19.900 through 4-19.999)

4-19.xa tBlenders, Wool (textile)
4-19.xb tGraders, Fleece (textile)
4-19.xc tSorters, Wool (textile)


OCCUPATIONS IN PRODUCTION OF FABRICATED TEXTILE PRODUCTS

(4-21.000 through 4-27.999)


4-21. FURRIERS AND OCCUPATIONS IN FABRI-
CATION OF FUR GOODS, N. E. C.

4-21.010 FURRIER II (fur goods; ret. tr.)
fur repairman
fur tailor
4-21.110 FUR FINISHER (fur goods; ret. tr.)
fur seamstress
fur tailor
FUR LINER (fur goods; ret. tr.)
*FUR FINISHER, HEAD (fur goods; ret. tr.)
fur-finisher forelady
4-21.210 FUR CUTTER I (fur goods; ret. tr.)
4-21. 310 FUR TAILOR I (garment)
FUR-COLLAR SEWER, HAND (garment)
4-21.410 FUR SORTER I (fur goods)
fur grader
matcher, fur

4-23. MILLINERS
4-23.100 MILLINER (ret. tr.)
hat maker
millinery maker
women's hat maker


4-23.100 MILLINER-Continued.
FITTER VII (hat & cap)
HAT-DESIGNER HELPER
draper
hat-designer assistant
MILLINERY COPYIST (hat & cap; ret. tr.)
copyist
hat maker

4-24. OCCUPATIONS IN MANUFACTURE OF
HATS AND CAPS, N. E. C.
Hardeners (4-24.030 through 4-24.039)

4-24.031 HARDENER I (hat & cap)
manual hardener
4-24.032 HARDENING-MACHINE OPERATOR II (hat & cap)

Hat Formers (4-24.040 through 4-24.059)
4-24.041 FUR-BLOWER OPERATOR (hat & cap)
blower
fur blower
fur-blowing-machine attendant
fur-blowing-machine operator
fur mixer








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4-24.042 HAT-FORMING-MACHINE OPERATOR (hat. & cap)
coner
forming-machine operator

Blockers and Pressers (4-24.140 through 4-24.179)

4-24.141 BLOCKER, HAND I (hat & cap)
blocker, heated metal-forms
felt puller
hat blocker
puller
roper
BLOCKER, HAND, LINER-OR-FABRIC HAT (hat
& cap)
WOMEN'S-HAT BLOCKER, HAND (hat & cap)

Hat and Cap Occupations, n. e. c.
(4-24.220 through 4-24.229)

4-24.221 CAP MAKER (hat & cap)
cap-cutter and maker
cap operator
4-24.222 TOP-HAT-BODY MAKER (hat & cap)
OPERA-HAT TIPPER (hat & cap)
SILK-TOP-HAT-BODY MAKER (hat & cap)

Hat Sizers (4-24.410 through 4-24.449)

4-24.411 SIZER, MACHINE (hat & cap) I
regular sizer
regular-sizing-machine operator
sizer
stumper
stumping-machine operator
FELT-HAT-BODY STARTER (hat & cap)
starter
wetter-down
SIZERR, MACHINE (hat & cap) II
multi-roll feeder
multi-roll-machine operator
multi-roller operator
"A" MACHINE OPERATOR
"A" stumper
"A" stumping-machine operator
starter
"B" MACHINE OPERATOR (hat & cap)
"B" sizer
"B" sizing-machine operator
"B" stumper
"B" stumping-machine opeartor
sizer, second

4-25. DRESSMAKERS AND SEAMSTRESSES

Dressmakers and Seamstresses of Wearing Apparel
(4-25.000 through 4-25.039)

4-25.010 GARMENT-ALTERATION EXAMINER (ret. tr.)
alteration inspector
outgoing inspector
PANTS EXAMINER (ret. tr.)
4-25.020 SEAMSTRESS I (any ind.)
ALL-AROUND-MACHINE OPERATOR (garment)
ALTERATION WOMAN (any ind.)
repair dressmaker
repair seamstress
repair woman
BED-LINEN SEAMSTRESS (hotel & rest.)
linen-room seamstress
SEWING-ROOM GIRL II mortt. goods)
SEWING-ROOM WOMAN (hotel & rest.)
sewing-room girl


4-26.201


4-25.030 DRESSMAKER (amuse. & rec.; garment; motion
pic.; per. ser.; ret. tr.)
DRESS FITTER (garment)
WAIST FITTER (garment)

Re-weavers (4-25.500 through 4-25.599)

4-25.510 WEAVER, HAND (per. ser.)
Miscellaneous Seamstresses (4-25.900 through 4-25.999)

4-25. ea tHemstitchers (seamstresses)
4-25.eb tNeedle Workers, Art
4-26. TAILORS AND TAILORESES
4-26. 101 TAILOR I (garment; ret. tr.)
all-around tailor
journeyman tailor
made-to-measure tailor
COAT FITTER (garment)
COAT TAILOR (garment)
coat hand
CUSTOM TAILOR (garment; ret. tr.)
FITTER VI (garment)
try-on maker
MASTER TAILOR (garment)
TRY-ON BASTER (garment)
VEST BUSHEL3IMA (ret. tr.)
4-26.201 TAILOR H (garment; ret. tr.)
shop tailor
ALTERER H (garment)
BUSHELER (garment; ret. tr.)
bushelman
clothes mender
clothes repairer
mender
CANVAS MAKER I (garment)
coat maker
COAT BASTER H (ret. tr.)
COAT PADDER (garment)
COLLAR SETTER H (garment)
collar baster
COLLAR TAILOR (garment)
FULL-PANTS OPERATOR 'garenT
LAPEL PADDER 'rarmenti
PADDER II (garment)
PANTS BUSHELMAN (ret. tr.)
pants finisher
SLEEVE TAILOR (garment)
SUIT FINISHER, M1EN'S 'aTrent"
SUIT FINISHER, WOMEN'S iariten::
TAILOR, READY-TO-WEAR (rer. tr.)
alteration hand
bushelman
TAILOR, WOMEN'S-GAP.MENT ALTERAkTION (ret.
tr.)
alteration finisher
alteration hand
cloak fitter
dress hand
dress worker
dressmaker, women's-alteration d Ti.r:
garment finisher
gown worker
seamstress
stock-work finisher
tailor, ladies'
tailor, women's garments
tailoress
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4-26.201 TAILOR II-Continued.
TOP-COLLAR BASTER II (garment)
TOP-COLLAR MAKER (garment)
UNDER BASTER II (garment)
underliner
UNDERCOLLAR BASTER (garment)
UNDERCOLLAR MAKER (garment)
VEST TAILOR (garment)
joiner

4-27. OCCUPATIONS IN FABRICATION OF
TEXTILE PRODUCTS, N. E. C.

Laying-Out and Marking Occupations
(4-27.010 through 4-27.039)

4-27.011 MARKER (garment)
blocker out
charter
lay-out man
layer-off
pattern marker

Cutters (4-27.040 through 4-27.069)

4-27.041 CUTTER, HAND IX (garment; motion pie.)
DAMAGE CUTTER II (garment)
MAIL-ORDER CUTTER (garment)
made-to-measure cutter
MATCH-UP CUTTER (garment)
damage cutter
WARDROBE CUTTER (motion pie.)
4-27.043 CUTTER, HAND VIII (garment; hat & cap; knit
goods)
clothing cutter (garment)
BOTTOM CUTTER (garment)
bottomer
BRIM SHAPER II (hat & cap)
CANVAS TRIMMER (garment)
COAT SHAPER (garment)
bottomer
coat trimmer
corner maker
edge-and-lapel turner and trimmer
shaper
straightener
COLLAR PREPARER (garment)
collar maker
collar shaper
FORMER II (garment)
maker
shaper
LACE TRIMMER (garment)
OPEN-ARM CUTTER (knit goods)
PANTS TRIMMER (garment)
POCKET CUTTER I (garment)
PREPARER IV (hat & cap)
SLEEVE-LINING TRIMMER II (garment)
TOP-COLLAR-AND-GORGE TRIMMER (garment)
TRIMMING CUTTER III (knit goods)
UNDERCOLLAR-CANVAS TRIMMER (garment)
VEST-JOINT MAKER (garment)
VEST-NECK CUTTER (garment)
VEST SHAPER (garment)
vest trimmer


4-27.981


4-27.043 CUTTER, HAND VIII-Continued.
WASTE CLIPPER (hosiery)
WIGAN CUTTER (garment)

Hand Sewers (4-27.070 through 4-27.119)

4-27.071 LAPEL BASTER II (garment)
baster, second

Inspectors, Matchers, and Sorters
(4-27.120 through 4-27.179)

4-27.121 CLOTHING EXAMINER (garment)
clothing inspector
4-27.122 GARMENT INSPECTOR II (knit goods)
examiner
garment examiner
CUTTING INSPECTOR I (knit goods)
cutting examiner

Finishers and Trimmers (4-27.260 through 4-27.289)

4-27.261 FINISHER, HAND V (garment)
DRESS FINISHER I (garment)
LINING FINISHER II (garment)
feller
felling hand
trimmer
TRIMMING FINISHER (garment)

Embroiderers (4-27.310 through 4-27.329)

4-27.311 ART-WORKROOM HEAD (ret. tr.)

Menders (4-27.370 through 4-27.389)

4-27.374 RUG REPAIRER (clean., dye., & press.)
rug repairman
rug sewer
4-27.376 ORIENTAL-RUG REPAIRMAN (any ind.)

Patternmakers and Pattern Cutters
(4-27.430 through 4-27.459)

4-27.431 PATTERN CUTTER II (garment; knit goods)
board cutter (knit goods)
electric-shear operator (knit goods)
grader (garment)
pattern grader (garment)
4-27.432 PATTERNMAKER IV (garment)

Occupations in Manufacture of Canvas Products, n. e. c.
(4-27.800 through 4-27.849)

4-27.811 CANVAS WORKER II (canvas goods; ship & boat
bldg. & rep.)
sailmaker
4-27.812 SAIL FINISHER (canvas goods)
cloth joiner, sails
PALM AND NEEDLE MAN (canvas goods)
SAIL ROPER (canvas goods)
4-27.813 SAIL LAY-OUT MAN (canvas goods)
layer-out

Miscellaneous Occupations in Fabrication of Textile
Products, n. e. c. (4-27.950 through 4-27.999)

4-27.981 CORSETIER I (garment)
corset maker


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OCCUPATIONS IN PRODUCTION OF LUMBER AND LUMBER PRODUCTS

(4-29.000 through 4-39.999)


4-29. INSPECTORS, SCALERS, AND GRADERS,
LOGS AND LUMBER.

Log Inspectors, Graders, and Scalers
(4-29.000 through 4-29.399)

4-29.010 DIMENSION CUTTER (sawmill)
log inspector
4-29.020 LOG GRADER (sawmill)

Lumber Inspectors, Graders, and Scalers
(4-29.500 through 4-29.699)

4-29.510 GRADER VIII (woodworking)
lumber grader
lumber inspector
lumber puller
stockman .
BEVEL-SIDING GRADER (woodworking)
clapboard grader
CHECK GRADER (woodworking)
DRY-LUMBER GRADER (woodworking)
FLOORING-UNIT CHECKER (plan. mill)
FLOORING-UNIT GRADER (plan. mill)
GREEN-LUMBER GRADER (woodworking)
LATH GRADER (sawmill)
chain grader
lath sorter
LUMBER INSPECTOR 1 (auto. mfg.)
MILLED-LUMBER GRADER (woodworking)
MOLDING GRADER I (woodworking)
PARAQUET-FLOORING GRADER (plan. mill)
RE-RUN LUMBER GRADER (woodworking)
ROUGH-LUMBER GRADER (woodworking)
SELECT GRADER (plan. mill)
STEAM GRADER (woodworking)
STRAIGHT-RUN GRATER (woodworking)
4-29. 520 MATERIAL INSPECTOR I cooperagee)
stave grader
stave inspector

4-30. LUMBERMEN, RAFTSMEN, AND WOOD-
CHOPPERS

Timber Cutting Occupations (4-30.000 through 4-30.299)

4-30. 010 BLAZER (logging)
4-30. 020 HIGH CLIMBER (logging)
climber
squirrel man
topper
4-30.030 SPOTTER (logging)

Log Transporting Occupations (4-30.300 through 4-30.499)

4-30. 310 LOG DRIVER (logging)
driver
river driver
BOWMAN (logging)
CATTYMAN (logging)
DRIVER, HEAD (logging)
log watch
LAKER (logging)
4-30. 320 RIGGER IV (logging)
line setter
lineman
log rigger
rigger man


4-30.320 RIGGER IV-Continued.
rigging maker
rigging man
rigging slinger
RIGGER, HIGH (logging)
skidder, rigger

4-31. SAWMILL OCCUPATIONS, N. E. C.

Log Sawyers (Size) (4-31.100 through 4-31.399)

4-31. 110 BAND-HEADSAW OPERATOR sawmill )
band-log-mill-and-carriage operator
band-sawmill operator
head sawyer, band saw
BAND-HEADSAW OPERATOR, -ENEEEP. I--r.-:
4-31.120 CIRCULAR HEADSAW OPERATOR (-:STIT i
circular-saw-mill operator
head sawyer, circular
split-saw sawyer

d-32. CABINETMAKERS

4-32.100 CABINETMAKER I (wccodworkirnc
assembly man, bench work
cabinet-frame assembler
carpenter, bench
top-bench hand
ALTERATION M~AN (fllrn.)
CABINETMAKER, MkAINTENANC (woodwork-
ing)
cabinet patcher
cabinet-repair hand
cabinet repairer
cabinet repairman
furniture patcher
furniture repairer
furniture repairman
patch man
REFRIGERATOR CABINETrMAKER (refrirerat.
equip.)
4-32.200 MARQUETRY ORKER (furn.)

4-33. GENERAL WOODWORKING OCCUPA-
TIONS, N. E. C.

Grooving, Mortising, and Tenoning Machine Operators
(4-33.300 through 4-35.359)

4-33. 311 UN-VERSAL-WOODWOP.EING-_MACHNA-E OFEr.-A.TJ.
(woodworking)
wooldworlkr machine o -r-3tor
woodworker operator
woodworking-machine operator

Wood Carvers, Shapers, and Turners
(4-33.360 through 4-33.399)

4-33.361 CARVER HAND I (furn.; plan. mill)
wood carver, hand
SKIN CARVER, HAND (furn.)
4-33.362 SPINDLE CARVER (furn.; plan. mill)
carving-machine operator
machine carver
4-33.363 WooD TURNER woodworkingg'
lathe hand
lathe operator, hand
lathe turner








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4-33.363 WOOD TURNER-Continued.
wood-lathe operator
wood-turning-lathe operator
4-33. 364 STOCK CHECKER III (firearms)
4-33. 365 STOCK MAKER (firearms)
shaper
stockman

Boring and Routing Machine Operator
(4-33.400 through 4-33.459)

4-33.411 ROUTER OPERATOR I (furn.; plan. mill)
router
router hand
router-machine operator
routing-machine operator
variety router
TUB-HANDLE-BORING-MACHINE OPERATOR
cooperagee)
snag-handle-boring-machine operator

Jointing and Planing Machine Operators
(4-33.460 through 4-33.499)

4-33.461 PLANER OPERATOR IV (woodworking)
facer operator
planer
planer hand or man
planer-machine operator
planing-machine operator
surface operator
wood-planer-machine operator
wood planer operator
DOUBLE-SURFACER OPERATOR (woodworking)
planer operator, double head
HEADING-PLANER OPERATOR cooperagee)
planer
planer operator
planing-machine operator
PLANER, MACHINE (sports equip.)
PONY-PLANER OPERATOR (plan. mill)
SINGLE-SURFACER OPERATOR (woodworking)
planer operator, single-head
STRATO-PLANER OPERATOR (radio mfg.)

Miscellaneous Woodworking Occupations
(4-33.900 through 4-33.999)

4-33.911 KILN OPERATOR III (woodworking)
dry-kiln man
dry-kiln operator
kiln burner
kiln foreman
kiln superintendent
kiln tender
4-33.912 LAY-OUT MAN (woodworking)
lay-off man
pattern marker
pattern worker
MARKER, BAND SAW (furn.)
4-33.914 MILLMAN (woodworking)
all-around-machine man
carpenter, machine
machine hand
machine operator
machinist, wood
woodworker
woodworking machine operator
woodworking millman


4-36.412


4-33.916 AIRPLANE WOODWORKER (aircraft mfg.)

4-34. PLANING MILL OCCUPATIONS, N. E. C.

4-34.020 PUNCHER VIII (plan. mill)
box puncher
flooring unit puncher
flooring unit racker
rack puncher

4-35. UPHOLSTERERS

Occupations in Upholstering of Springless Cushions and
Pads (4-35.110 through 4-35.299)
4-35.110 SLIP-SEAT COVERER (furn.)
4-35.120 UPHOLSTERY CUTTER II (furn.; ret. tr.)
cover cutter
fabric cutter

Mattress Renovators (4-35.300 through 4-35.499)

4-35.310 MATTRESS RENOVATOR II (matt. & bedspring)

Automobile Upholsterers (4-35.600 through 4-35.699)

4-35.610 AUTOMOBILE UPHOLSTERER (auto. ser.)
top-and-trim man
trimmer
upholstery man

Furniture Upholsterers (4-35.700 through 4-35.799)

4-35.710 FURNITURE REPAIRMAN I (any ind.)
furniture upholsterer
upholsterer
upholstery repairman
4-35.720 UPHOLSTERER II (furn.; ship & boat bldg. & rep.)
outsider
ARM MAKER (furn.)
BACK MAKER I (furn.)
back assembler
back driver
BENCH-METAL-CHAIR UPHOLSTERER (furn.)
SEAT MAKER (furn.)
STUDIO-COUCH UPHOLSTERER (furn.)

4-36. OCCUPATIONS IN MANUFACTURE OF
FURNITURE, N. E. C.

Assemblers of Furniture and Furniture Parts
(4-36.000 through 4-36.299)

4-36.010 LOCK ASSEMBLER II (furn.)
4-36.210 HYDRAULIC-CHAIR ASSEMBLER (furn.)
DENTAL-CHAIR ASSEMBLER (furn.)
4-36.220 OPERATING-TABLE ASSEMBLER (furn.)
EXAMINING-CHAIR ASSEMBLER (furn.)

Inspectors and Graders of Furniture and Furniture Parts
(4-36.300 through 4-36.399)

4-36.310 STOCK GRADER (furn.)

Occupations in Upholstering of Furniture, and Mattresses
and Bed Springs, Except Upholsterers
(4-36.400 through 4-36.499)

4-36.411 BOX-SPRING MAKER (matt. & bedspring)
box-spring assembler
spring man
TOPPING-OFF OPERATOR (matt. & bedspring)
finisher
4-36.412 SIDE-STITCHING MAN (matt. & bedspring)







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4-36.413 MATTRESS FINISHER (matt. & bedspring)
finisher
finisher, hand
regulator and finisher
COTTON-MATTRESS FINISHER (matt. & bed-
spring)
4-36.414 MATTRESS MAKER (matt. & bedspring)
mattress assembler
mattress builder
STITCHER, HAND III (matt. & bedspring)

Furniture Repairers (4-36.500 through 4-36.599)

4-36.510 FINISH PATCHER (furn.)
burner-in
finish cleaner
finish repairer
retoucher
touch-up man
SHELLAC PATCHER (furn.)
VARNISH PATCHER (furn.)

Occupations in Manufacture of Furniture, n. e. c.
(4-36.700 through 4-36.999)

4-36.710 SAMPLE MAKER II (furn.)
4-36.740 TUBULAR-FURNITURE MAKER (furn)

4-38. COOPERAGE OCCUPATIONS, N. E. C.

Coopers (4-38.000 through 4-38.099)
4-38.010 COOPER I cooperagee)
barrel builder
barrel cooper
barrel maker
barrel-repairman
cooper, hand
cooperer
shop cooper
HOGSHEAD COOPER (tobacco)
cask maker
SLACK COOPER cooperagee)
slack-barrel cooper
TIGHT COOPER cooperagee)
tight-barrel cooper
*COOPER II cooperagee)
barrel cooper
barrel-repairman
cooper, hand
cooperer
shop cooper
4-38.020 RECTANGULAR-TANK COOPER cooperagee)
4-38.030 TANK ASSEMBLER cooperagee)
CIRCULAR-TANK COOPER cooperagee)
TANK COOPER cooperagee)
set-up man
tankman
4-38.040 TANK-BOTTOM ASSEMBLER cooperagee)
4-38.050 TANK ERECTOR (const.)
carpenter, wooden-tank erecting
TANK BUILDER (petrol. prod.)
tank setter
tankee
4-38.060 TANK-STAVE ASSEMBLER cooperagee)

4-39. OCCUPATIONS IN MANUFACTURE OF
MISCELLANEOUS FINISHED LUM-
BER PRODUCTS, N. E. C.


4-39.562


Occupations in Manufacture of Baskets and Other Rattan
and Willow Ware (4-39.000 through 4-39.069)

4-39.011 WEAVER I (basketry)
BAKER-BASKET MAKER (basketry)
basket maker
willow worker
BASKET MAKER, RATTAN (basketry)
rattan worker
BASKET-SIDE WEAVER (basketry)
CLOTHES-BASKET MAKE R bask-::r-y)
basket maker
willow worker
FANCY-BASKET MAKER (bketry)
HAMPER MAKER (basketry)
wicker worker
OVAL-BASKET MAKER (ba3ketry)
basket maker
willow worker
PORTABLE MARKET BASKET MAKE. (bas-
ketry)
basket maker
rattan worker
REED WEAVER (furn.)
SQUARE-BASKET MAKER (basketry)
basket maker
willow worker
4-39.012 WICKER WORKER H (furn.)
RATTAN WORKER HI (furn.)
REED WORKER (furn.)
WILLOW WORKER H (basketry)

Occupations in Manufacture of Morticians' Goods,
n. e. c. (4-39.320 through 4-39.359)

4-39.321 CASKET ASSEMBLER mortt. goods)
fitter
upfitter
4-39.322 CASKET INSPECTOR mortt. goods)

Occupations in Manufacture of Lasts and Other Shaped
Wooden Articles, n. e. c. (4-39.360 through 4-39.419)

4-39.361 HAT-BLOCK MAKER (shaped wood. art.)
hat-block bench hand
4-39.362 LAST MIAKER (lasts. & rel. forms)
4-39.363 LAST TURNER (lasts & rel. forms)

Occupations in Wood Preserving (4-39.420 through 4-39.469)

4-39.421 CONDUIT INSPECTOR (wood preservi:':
4-39.422 TIMBER FRAMER II (wood pres-rv-in'!
4-39.423 TREATING ENGINEER (wood preserving)
retort engineer

Occupations in Manufacture of Veneer, n. e. c.
(4-39.470 through 4-39.519)

4-39.471 VENEER MIATCHER (furn.)
4-39.472 VENEER MAEASURER (veneer)
4-39.hat Graders, Veneer (veneer)

Occupations in Manufacture of Window Shades and
Fixtures, n. e. c. (4-39.520 through 4-39.559)

4-39.521 COLOR MlIXER VIII (window shade & fix.)

Occupations in Manufacture of Refrigerator Cabinets.
n. e. c. (4-39.560 through 4-39.599)

4-39.561 TRIMMER refrigerate equip.)
4-39.562 REFRIGERATOR INSPECTOP. refrigerate equip.)


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OCCUPATIONS IN PRODUCTION OF PAPER AND PAPER GOODS
(4-41.000 through 4-42.999)


4-41. OCCUPATIONS IN MANUFACTURE OF
PAPER AND PULP

Occupations in Beating and Screening of Pulpwood
(4-41.100 through 4-41.199)

1-41.110 DIGESTER OPERATOR I (paper & pulp)
rotary-boiler fillerman
rotary-digester fillerman
COOKER, SODA (paper & pulp)
COOKER, SULPHATE (paper & pulp)
COOKER, SULPHITE (paper & pulp)


Calendering, Sizing, and Related Occupations
(4-41.400 through 4-41.499)
4-41.410 CYLINDER-MACHINE OPERATOR (paper & pulp)
yankee-machine operator
4-41.420 FOURDRINIER OPERATOR (paper & pulp)
fourdrinier-machine first-hand
fourdrinier-machine tender

Miscellaneous Occupations in Manufacture of Paper and
Pulp (4-41.800 through 4-41.999)
4-41.910 PULP TESTER (paper & pulp)
4-41.920 PAPER TESTER (paper & pulp)
ROLL INSPECTOR (paper & pulp)


PRINTING OCCUPATIONS
(4-44.000 through 4-49.999)


4-44. COMPOSITORS AND TYPSETTERS

Hand Typesetters and Compositors
(4-44.000 through 4-44.099)

4-44.010 COMPOSITOR I (print. & pub.)
compositor, hand
type setter
typographer
AD COMPOSITOR (print. & pub.)
ad man
floor hand
floorman
JOB COMPOSITOR (print. & pub.)
*PRINTER VII (print. & pub.)
compositor

Machine Typesetters and Compositors
(4-44.100 through 4-44.199)

4-44.110 LINOTYPE OPERATOR (print. & pub.)
composing-machine operator
4-44.120 MONOTYPE-KEYBOARD OPERATOR (print. & pub.)
composing-machine operator
monotype operator
Make-Up and Lock-Up Occupations
(4-44.200 through 4-44.399)
4-44.210 BANKMAN II (print. & pub.)
dumpman
4-44.220 IMPOSER (print. & pub.)
lock-up man
stone hand
stoneman
4-44.230 MAKE-UP MAN V (print. & pub.)
lock-up man
stone hand
stoneman
4-44.240 MAKER-UP (print. & pub.)
4-45. ELECTROTYPERS AND STEREOTYPES
Electrotypers (4-45.000 through 4-45.199)
4-45.010 ELECTROTYPER (print. & pub.)
ELECTROTYPE CASTER (print. & pub.)
caster operator
casting man
lead caster
846900-39--7


4-45.010 ELECTROTYPER-Continued.
ELECTROTYPE-MOLD BUILDER (print. & pub.)
build-up man
builder
ELECTROTYPE MOLDER (print. & pub.)
ELECTROTYPE MOLDER, WAX (print. & pub.)
ELECTROTYPE STRIPPER (print. & pub.)
PLATE FINISHER (print. & pub.)
WAX RUNNER (print. & pub.)
wax caster
4-45.015 BATTERYMAN VII (print. & pub.)

Stereotypers (4-45.200 through 4-45.399)
4-45.210 STEREOTYPER (print. &-pub.)
MAT-ROLLER-PRESS OPERATOR (print. & pub.)
mat roller
molding-machine operator
MAT TRIMMER-AND-BACKER (print. & pub.)
PLATE FINISHER (print. & pub.)
STEREOTYPE CASTER (print. & pub.)
casting man
plate caster
STEREOTYPE MOLDER (print. & pub.)
long maker
mat maker

4-46. LITHOGRAPHERS

4-46.100 STONE ENGRAVER (print. & pub.)
lithographic engraver
4-46.200 PHOTOLITHOGRAPHER (print. & pub.)
cameraman
photographer, stone
4-46.300 TRANSFERRER II (print. & pub.)
press-plate maker
transfer man
4-46.400 TRANSFERRER III (print. & pub.)
composer
4-46.500 TRANSFERRER, HAND (print. & pub.) I
transfer man, hand
4-46.600 TRANSFERRER, HAND (print. & pub.) II
transfer man, hand
4-46.700 LITHOGRAPHIC ARTIST (print. & pub.)
crayon artist .
crayon lithographer
lithographic designer


4-41.110


4-46.700








4-46.aa


4-46.aa tPlanographers (printing)
4-47. PHOTOENGRAVERS
4-47.100 PHOTOENGRAVER (print. & pub.)
engraving operator
PHOTOENGRAVER, CLOTH DESIGNS (textile)
photographer, cloth designs
PHOTOGRAPHER, ROTO (print. & pub.)
STRIPPER (print. & pub.)
negative turner
opaquer
4-47.200 PHOTOENGRAVING PRINTER (print. & pub.)
4-47.300 STRIPPER AND PRINTER (print. & pub.)
plate printer

4-48. PRESSMEN AND PLATE PRINTERS'
PRINTING
4-48.010 CYLINDER-PRESS MAN (print. & pub.)
cylinder-press operator
flat-bed-press man
CHECK IMPRINTER (print. & pub.)
ENVELOPE-PRESS MAN I (print. & pub.)
envelope-press operator
JOB-PRESS MAN (print. & pub.)
job-press operator
LABEL-PRESSMAN II (print. & pub.)
label printer
label-printing-machine operator
MIEHLE-PRESS MAN, VERTICAL (print. & pub.)
PONY-CYLINDER-PRESS MAN (print. & pub.)
TAG OR TICKET PRESS MAN (print. & pub.)
tag-or-ticket printer
4-48.020 PLATEN-PRESS MAN (print. & pub.)
make-ready man
platen-press operator
ENVELOPE-PRESS MAN II (print. & pub.)
envelope-press operator
JOB PRESS MAN (print. & pub.)
job-press operator
LABEL-Press MAN (print. & pub.) I
label printer
label-printing-machine operator
TAG-OR-TICKET PRESS MAN (print. & pub.)
tag-or-ticket printer


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4-50.312


4-48.030 WEB-PRESS MAN (print. & pub.)
web-press operator
OFFSIDE-COLOR MAN (print. & pub.)
TENSION MAN (print. & pub.)
4-48.040 EMBOSSING-PRESS OPERATOR III (print. & pub.)
embosser
embossing press man
4-48.050 OFFSET-PRESS MAN (print. & pub.)
offset-press operator
4-48.060 ROTOGRAVURE-PRESS M'AN (print. & pub.)
4-48.070 LITHOGRAPHIC-PRESS M1AN (print. & pub.)
lithograph-press man
4-48.080 COPPERPLATE PRINTER (print. & pub.)
plate-press operator
plate printer
plate-printer operator

4-49. OCCUPATIONS IN PRINTING AND PUB-
LISHING, N. E. C.

Bookbinding Occupations (4-49.000 through 4-49.199)

4-49.010 BOOKBINDER (print. & pub.)
binder
BOOKBINDER, HAND (print. & pub.)
4-49.020 BOOK FINISHER (print. & pub.)
BLANKBOOK FINISHER (print. & pub.)
4-49.030 EMBOSSER V (print. & pub.)
stamper
4-49.040 MARBLER (print. & pub.)
stainer

Occupations in Rotogravure Work
(4-49.600 through 4-49.699)

4-49.610 RETOUCHER, ROTOGRAVURE (print. & pub.)
4-49.620 STAGER (print. & pub.)

Miscellaneous Occupations in Printing and Publishing
(4-49.900 through 4-49.999)

4-49.930 OVERLAY CUTTER (print. & pub.)
4-49.940 PHOTOCOMPOSING-MACHINE OPERATOR (print. &
pub.)
4-49.ga tDesigner (printing)


OCCUPATIONS IN PRODUCTION OF CHEMICALS AND CHEMICAL PRODUCTS
(4-50.000 through 4-53.999)


4-50. OCCUPATIONS IN PRODUCTION
PAINT AND VARNISH

Mixers and Blenders (4-50.300 through 4-50.399)

4-50.311 MIXER VIII (paint & varn.)
mixer man
mixer operator
BATCH MIXER IV (paint & varn.)
COLD-MIX MAKER (paint & varn.)
ENAMEL MAKER (paint & varn.)
enamel blender
enamel thinner
enamel thinner, tinter, and filler
LEAD MIXER T (paint & varn.)
PAINT MAKER II (paint & varn.)
paint mixer


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4-50.311 MIXER VIII-Continued.
PASTE MIIXER I (paint & varn.)
paint-paste grinder
paste-mill operator
PIGMENT M=IXER H (paint & varn.)
PRE--MIXER (paint & varn.)
RAw-MIX MAN (paint & vamr.)
raw-mix-agitator operator
ROOF-PAINT MAKEP. (paint & varn.)
THINNER-TINTER (paint & yarn)
VARNISH MIXERP. (paint & yarn.)
4-50.312 TINTER I (paint & varn.)
color matcher
color shader
finish mixer
paint tinter
shader




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