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    Front Cover
        Front Cover 1
        Front Cover 2
    Title Page
        Page i
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    Foreword
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    Table of Contents
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    Introductory material
        Nature of entry occupational classifications
            Page vi
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        Arrangement of material in the revised edition
            Page ix
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        Techniques for classification of entry applicants
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    Section I. Entry occupational classification structure
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        Code summary
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        Major occupational groups
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        0-X Professional, technical, and managerial work
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    Section II. Classification factors
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        Personal traits
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        Leisure time activities
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        Casual work experience (including basic military training)
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REVISED EDITION




DICTIONARY
OF

OCCUPATIONAL TITLES
PART IV


ENTRY OCCUPATIONAL

CLASSIFICATION


Prepared by
DIVISION OF OCCUPATIONAL ANALYSIS


WAR MANPOWER COMMISSION
Paul V. McNutt, Chairman
BUREAU OF MANPOWER UTILIZATION
Eugene G. Bewkes, Director
OCTOBER 1944



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Washington : 1944
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ing among entry classifications are given. These innovations will increase the
value of Part IV as a placement and counseling aid. Classifications based on
skilled occupations alone are not easily identified with the qualifications possessed
by entry applicants. Entry classifications are, therefore, based on the ability
of entry applicants to perform tasks associated with entry occupations. In
developing these relationships it has not been possible to relate all entry occupa-
tions to Part IV. Most of the missing entry occupations were omitted because
they were less essential to the war emergency or to postwar reconversion than
those which were selected. They will be added and included in a later edition.
Special recognition should be given to James H. Burke, former Chief of the
Entry Occupational Classification Unit, who developed the standards for entry
occupational analysis and formulated the original plans for the Revised Edition
and to William O. Nichols, who developed the coding structure and took over the
immediate supervision of the work when Mr. Burke left. The Revised Edition
has been made possible by the efforts of these people and the staff of the Entry
Occupational Classification Unit.
Grateful acknowledgment should also be made to the numerous employees
of the United States Employment Service who cooperated in conducting surveys
and offered many practical suggestions. The Army, Navy, Office of Education,
schools, colleges, and other public agencies rendered valuable assistance. Many
thousands of business concerns, associations, labor organizations, and individuals
also deserve recognition for their contributions to the ten years of occupational
analysis and research upon which materials such as this are based.
C. A. HEINZ, Chief,
Division of Occupational Analysis.











FOREWORD


The Entry Occupational Classification structure, as presented in Part IV
of the DICTIONARY OF OCCUPATIONAL TITLES, was published in pre-
liminary form in June 1941. It was designed for use in employment offices of
the United States Employment Service for the classification of entry applicants
who could not be classified in terms of specific occupations defined in Part I
of the Dictionary. Part IV has been widely used in employment offices for this
purpose. It has also been found useful for other purposes: in the Army and
Navy for the preliminary coding of enlisted men who are termed "students" or
"trainees"; in schools, colleges, and other war training programs for the coding
of courses and for the classification and guidance of students; and in labor
market analysis reports for the reporting of employer demands which cannot
be stated in terms of specific occupations.
When the Preliminary Edition of Part IV of the Dictionary was published,
it was stated that the "complete edition" would follow after experience in operat-
ing situations had led to a satisfactory refinement of the classification structure.
This Revised Edition is not the "complete edition," but should be regarded as
a revision and expansion of all entry occupational classifications now in use.
As such it replaces the Preliminary Edition of Part IV and the PRELIMI-
NARY OCCUPATIONAL GROUPINGS FOR USE IN CLASSIFYING
ENTRY APPLICANTS.
The war situation greatly increased the need for an expanded Part IV.
When the Preliminary Edition was published, it was not expected that entry
applicants would ever number more than a small percentage of the total avail-
.-able labor supply. The need for mass registration of women, for recruitment
from schools, for selection of trainees for war training courses, and for better
utilization of handicapped workers increased the need for a classification
structure which would discriminate sufficiently to make large numbers of entry
applications available for quick placement and accurate statistical reporting.
In the postwar reconversion period a similar problem will exist in classify-
ing thousands of men and women whose military or other experience does not
convert readily to peacetime work reflected by Part I classifications. Many of
these war workers and returning servicemen will be skill-rusty, technologically
unemployed, without other work experience, with changed interests, or in need
of vocational rehabilitation. Part IV will provide a means for classifying these
workers and will assist in locating related fields of work for them.
The Revised Edition of Part IV retains the broad, three-digit classifications
originally presented in the Preliminary Edition, and it retains in principle
many of the specific, six-digit Preliminary Occupational Groupings. Many of
the six-digit code numbers, however, have been changed, groupings have been
altered, and an attempt has been made to develop intermediate classifications
of four and five digits in such a way that each successive level of classification
represents the next finer breakdown of required occupational characteristics.
This provides a Part IV structure which is general enough to classify entry
applicants with very broad interests and training, and which is specific enough
to classify specialized training and casual work experience.
The Revised Edition also shows relationships between entry and non-entry
Occupations. These are related to entry classifications, and relationships exist-
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ing among entry classifications are given. These innovations will increase the
value of Part IV as a placement and counseling aid. Classifications based on
skilled occupations alone are not easily identified with the qualifications possessed
by entry applicants. Entry classifications are, therefore, based on the ability
of entry applicants to perform tasks associated with entry occupations. In
developing these relationships it has not been possible to relate all entry occupa-
tions to Part IV. Most of the missing entry occupations were omitted because
they were less essential to the war emergency or to postwar reconversion than
those which were selected. They will be added and included in a later edition.
Special recognition should be given to James H. Burke, former Chief of the
Entry Occupational Classification Unit, who developed the standards for entry
occupational analysis and formulated the original plans for the Revised Edition
and to William O. Nichols, who developed the coding structure and took over the
immediate supervision of the work when Mr. Burke left. The Revised Edition
has been made possible by the efforts of these people and the staff of the Entry
Occupational Classification Unit.
Grateful acknowledgment should also be made to the numerous employees
of the United States Employment Service who cooperated in conducting surveys
and offered many practical suggestions. The Army, Navy, Office of Education,
schools, colleges, and other public agencies rendered valuable assistance. Many
thousands of business concerns, associations, labor organizations, and individuals
also deserve recognition for their contributions to the ten years of occupational
analysis and research upon which materials such as this are based.
C. A. HEINZ, Chief,
Division of Occupational Analysis.













Table of Contents


INTRODUCTORY MATERIAL rage
Nature of Entry Occupational Classifications ---------_---- ------- vi
Development of Part IV----------- -------------- v
Arrangement of Material in Revised Edition_- --------- -_--------- ix
Techniques for Classification of Entry Applicants ------------ xI

SECTION I. Entry Occupational Classification Structure
Code Summary ---------------------------------------- .------ 2
Major Occupational Groups ------------------------------------ 13
0-X Professional, Technical, and Managerial Work---------------- 17
1-X Clerical and Sales Work, --------------------------------- 37
2-X Service Work -_ ------------------------------------. 49
3-X Agricultural, Marine, and Forestry Work ---------------------- 53
4-X Mechanical Work ------- ------------------------------ 63
6-X Manual Work --------------- ----------------------- 115

SECTION II. Classification Factors
A. Personal Traits ---- ---------------------------------------- 159
B. Leisure Time Activities----- ---------------------------- 165
C. Casual Work Experience (including basic military training)------- 168
D. Training Courses ------------------------------------------- 174
1. Specialized Army Training -------- ----- --------- 175
2. Specialized Navy Training ----------- ---------- 186
3. Civilian Training Courses_ --------------_----- 188

SECTION III. Alphabetical List of Occupations --.--.-------------. 195

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THE NATURE OF ENTRY OCCUPATIONAL CLASSIFICATIONS
The classification structure and techniques presented in Part IV of the
Dictionary are intended for use in classifying certain groups of applicants
for whom Parts I and II of the Dictionary do not provide. These individuals
are those who must find employment on some basis other than prior work
experience or fully qualifying training. They are referred to as "entry appli-
cants." Although most of these applicants are young people who lack signifi-
cant work experience or who have not reached occupational maturity, this
group also includes experienced workers who are barred from their former
occupations because of technological developments, economic changes, physical
handicaps, age, or disuse of skills.
Part IV of the Dictionary, however, cannot be said to apply to the classifi-
cation of applicants in any arbitrarily defined group on the basis of age, handi-
cap, or level of skill. Rather it is applied in certain types of situations. The
distinction between Part I and Part IV lies in the fact that Part I (and II)
is intended for the classification of applicants who are already fully qualified
to perform in specific occupations, while Part IV is intended for the classifica-
tion of applicants for entry into kinds of work in which they have not acquired
fully qualifying knowledge or skills through work experience or specific
vocational training. Part IV is used:
(1) to provide suitable classifications for those individuals who are not
fully qualified to compete with experienced applicants for referral to
specific occupations in Part I, and
(2) to provide additional classifications for those applicants who are fully
qualified in a specific occupation but who must or wish to enter some
field of work in which they are not fully qualified.
Part IV classifications, therefore, describe fields of work and not specific
occupations. They may be regarded as groupings of specific occupations only
to the extent that the tasks of these occupations are included in the definition
for the field of work described for each entry classification. The Revised
Edition of Part IV relates each occupation selected from Part I to only one
Part IV classification, this being the one most closely related on the basis
of the Part I definition. Local variations in jobs may be sufficient to warrant
an entirely different Part IV relationship. The tendency to regard each Part
IV classification as a composite of all the tasks of all the related Part I occupa-
tions should be avoided. The Part IV definition is as valid a description for
a field of work as a Part I definition is for a specific job.

THE DEVELOPMENT OF PART IV
At the time the Dictionary was issued in June 1939, Part II provided tem-
porary codes for the classification of young persons and others with limited
work histories whose training, experience, or other employment qualifications
did not permit the assignment of a specific classification from Parts I and II.
At that time it was indicated that a classification structure and techniques
for the classification of inexperienced applicants would be issued at a later date.
Preliminary Edition
After Parts I and II of the Dictionary had been published, a list of Diction-
ary jobs requiring little or no work experience was made for study purposes.
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This list of about 5,000 "entry occupations" formed the basis upon which the
Preliminary Edition of Part IV was established. The Preliminary Edition con-
tained 22 broad three-digit classifications and nine six-digit subclassifications.
That the structure was not adequate for use in all kinds of employment offices
was realized from the start, but further refinement and expansion had to be
developed through experience in operating situations.
Preliminary Occupational Groupings
The demands of the war emergency brought out the first serious inade-
quacies in the Part IV structure as presented in the Preliminary Edition. New
defense training programs for entry applicants were inaugurated in schools.
some of them very specific in content. Training was given for critical and
essential occupations which had not previously been regarded as "entry occu-
pations." To meet this need for additional Part IV classifications, the PRE-
LIMINARY OCCUPATIONAL GROUPINGS were published in June 1942.
This added 192 six-digit classifications to the Part IV structure. These classi-
fications were based on occupations taken from lists of critical and essential
occupations for which training was most urgent. It was recognized that
additional classifications would be needed as critical and essential lists were
expanded.
Revised Edition
Before more classifications were added to the Part IV structure, an attempt
was made to evaluate the needs of local employment offices for additional entry
classifications. From surveys that were made in a number of local offices, and
by analysis of suggestions received from others, the following conclusions were
reached:
1. The 22 three-digit classifications originally presented in the Preliminary
Edition of Part IV were being widely used, and although some areas of
classification were not clearly defined, there was no uniformity of opinion
for proposed changes. It was obvious, however, that the broad classifi-
cations were too general to discriminate adequately between many types
of training being given entry applicants.
2. The six-digit classifications presented in the Preliminary Occupational
Groupings were found useful in many industrial centers but had only
a limited application elsewhere because they were too specific to be ap-
plied to many kinds of preliminary training. These in-between types of
training could not be coded either by the broad three-digit classifications
nor by the specific six-digit classifications.
3. Although very few offices needed more detailed classifications in some
major groups (notably in 0-X), practically all local offices needed more
classifications in some of the other major groups (notably in 6-X).
4. The needs of particular areas in wartime and in peacetime place special
demands upon different parts of the classification structure. This sug-
gested the need for a Part IV structure which could be adapted to the
special needs of particular areas.
As a result it seemed advisable to develop in the Revised Edition a Part
IV classification structure that was readily adaptable to the classification needs
of entry applicants in local areas. This structure retains the original broad
entry occupational classifications in the Preliminary Edition, because the quali-
fications of some entry applicants cannot be stated except in the very broad term-
inology of these three-digit classifications. In order to reflect partially qualify-
ing experience or training, however, classifications have been set up so that appli-
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specificity of that experience or training. In this structure each digit has sig-
nificance and the order of the digits is such that each successive level of classifi-
cation, as represented by the addition of a digit, provides the next finer break-
down of required occupational characteristics and identifies a more specific stage
of occupational preparation. Entry applicants are persons in various stages of
preparedness for work and their classifications should indicate their degree of
orientation and the breadth or extent of their training.
Objectives and Limitations of the Revised Edition
The needs, as indicated by surveys, which the Revised Edition was intended
to fill dictated the development of new classifications. These needs defined the
objectives followed in setting up classifications and also imposed certain limita-
tions upon the character of the classification structure.
A. The urgent need for a complete Part IV structure meant that classifi-
cations had to be based on analysis of a limited number of occupa-
tions, those being the ones most directly affected by the war economy.
Lists of critical and essential occupations, occupations approved for
war training, and occupations directly related to military training
were added to the 5,000 entry occupations which had been used for
the Preliminary Edition. From this resultant list of 10.000 occupa-
tions, 6,000 were selected because of their importance in wartime re-
cruitment programs or in peacetime reconversion. These form the
basis for the present Revised Edition. When the remaining occupa-
tions (mostly in 6-X) together with other additions are presented
in a complete edition, they will add greatly to the utility of Part IV.
It is felt, however, that a sufficient number have been included to
provide as complete and workable a classification structure as was
possible at this time.
B. Classifications have been based insofar as possible on the tasks oc-
curring in entry occupations. Related non-entry occupations have
importance chiefly for guidance, upgrading, and training purposes.
Avenues of entry for many occupations are not always clear. Such
occupations as FOREMAN II cannot easily be identified with any
one group of entry occupations. In such cases the most significant
job characteristics that could be ascertained (in the case of FORE-
MAN II it was frequently managerial ability) were used as the basis
for classification. It should be remembered, therefore, that en try
classifications are based on entry tasks. The tasks of some non-entry
occupations can be related to several entry classifications.
C. Classifications have been based on the need for classifications to ex-
press the training and other qualifications of entry applicants. Many
classifications could have been set up which would have been occu-
pationally correct but for which entry applicants could not have
been classified because, at the entry level, they do not possess the
training or other necessary distinguishing characteristics. Thus. in
O-X7 Technical Work, a classification has been set up for Geograph-
ical Science Work in order to classify entry applicants who are in-
terested in the technical phases of Farming, Forestry, Fishing, and
Navigation. At the entry level these applicants may have taken
courses in general science, physical geography, vocational agriculture.
mathematics, geology, or astronomy. The fully qualified GEOL-
OGIST, METEOROLOGIST, FORESTER, and AGRONOMIST
may work in fields which are occupationally unrelated, but at the
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nomical bodies. Entry classifications are based on these similarities
at the entry level. In general it may be said that three- and four-
digit classifications have been designed to classify the broad interests,
aptitudes, leisure time activities, and general training of entry appli-
cants. The five- and six-digit classifications have been designed to
classify vocational training and casual work experience.

ARRANGEMENT OF MATERIAL IN THE REVISED EDITION
SECTION I presents in detail the complete Part IV classification structure,
including codes, titles, definitions, and listings of related occupations. In
general, the arrangement follows the same logical sequence that is involved in
classifying an entry applicant. Materials appear in the following order:
A. Code summary, presenting all Part IV classifications by code and title.
This summary will be especially useful to trained interviewers who
can locate classifications quickly by reference to the summary without
consulting the definitions and listings of occupations in the detailed
structure.
B. Two-digit major occupational groups, presenting the six major occu-
pational groups by code, title, and definition, accompanied by a chart
showing the divisions or three-digit classifications of each major group.
These major groups, which supply the first two digits of the code,
are separately coded and defined to enable the interviewer to perform
the first step in the classification process, which is to decide the major
group from which the applicant's classification will be selected.
C. Each major group complete, showing all the definitions of classifica-
tions, and enabling the interviewer to carry the applicant's classifi-
cation down to whatever level is desirable. In each major group this
material is arranged in the following order:
1. Chart showing all classifications down to the four-digit level.
2. Three-digit classifications, listed and defined.
3. Four-digit classifications, listed and defined.
4. Five-digit classifications, if they exist, listed by code and title but
not defined.
5. Occupational composition of each classification at the finest level
of classification. Here all five- and six-digit. classifications are
defined. At the finest level each classification consists of the code,
title, definition, related entry and non-entry occupations, and related
entry classifications.
a. Entry Occupations are occupations to which entry applicants
without experience can be referred, either (1) because the work
is of a simple, routine nature, (2) because worker relationships
are such that entry applicants have opportunities for on-the-
job training, or (3) because established training courses exist
that enable entry applicants to substitute training in lieu of
experience. This last factor results in the listing of many occu-
pations as entry which are ordinarily considered to be non-entry.
b. Non-Entry Occupations are occupations that do not offer any
of these three avenues for entry and can be filled only by appli-
cants with previous work experience. Exception: Occupations
requiring a license or a college degree may be regarded as
non-entry if the possession of the certificate means that the in-
.dividual is fully qualified to compete with experienced
applicants.







NOTE: An attempt has been made to distinguish between entry
occupations and non-entry occupations related to each entry
classification. This has not always been possible since the be-
ginning worker and the experienced worker are frequently both
given the same occupational title. In these instances, either an
explanatory note has been attached or the occupation has been
listed as "entry" and it is expected that the interviewer will
understand that a beginning worker is restricted to the per-
formance of the simpler tasks described in the Part I defini-
tion, and will not perform all the tasks involved until he has
become fully qualified. (The occupation, 0-44.21 Commercial
Artist, Illustrating, which has been related to 0-X1.2 ARTIS-
TIC DRAWING AND RELATED, is a good example of this.)
c. Related Entry Classifications represent other classifications in
Part IV that are closely related on the basis of occupational
similarity or qualifications required of entry applicants.
In using these Related Entry Classifications it is important to
remember that Part IV techniques of classification give signifi-
cance to each of the digits in the Part IV code. The most closely
related types of entry applicants will be found among the dif-
ferent classification levels within the corresponding three-digit
classification. Therefore, when the employer has specified a
particular type of applicant rather than a particular type of
training, all the applications in the three-digit classifiction
should be reviewed before referring an applicant- froin another
three-digit classification.
SECTION II presents a listing of Classification Factors indicative of the entry
classifications which can be assigned an applicant possessing such character-
istics as a part of his qualifications for employment. The definition for each
classification in Section I begins with the words, "Persons having the qualifica-
tions necessary for entry into. ." Section II attempts to point out what
qualifications are implied in the definition.
Classification Factors are grouped under the following main headings:
A. Personal traits, arranged according to patterns of worker characteris-
tics associated with the various three-digit classifications.
B. Leisure time activities, listed alphabetically and related to the entry
classifications to which they predominantly apply.
C. Casual work experience, including basic military training, analyzed
with respect to the classification factors involved and related by codes
to the entry classifications which apply.
D. Training courses, including Army Training, Navy Training, and
Civilian Training Courses, listed alphabetically and related to the most
applicable entry classifications.
This Section is necessarily incomplete and sketchy since the classifications
themselves will have to be validated in employment office practice before com-
plete qualifications can be determined.
SECTION III presents an alphabetical listing of related Part I occupations,
giving both Part I and Part IV codes.
NOTE: To save the reader's time in looking up definitions in Part I of the
Dictionary, occupations appearing in Edition II of the Supplement are marked
with the symbol "#," both in Section I and in Section III.





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TECHNIQUES FOR CLASSIFICATION OF ENTRY APPLICANTS

The classification of applicants for referral to occupations in which they
have not had fully qualifying experience or training is based upon considera-
tions of the same type that control the classification of experienced applicants.
In the absence of the usual work history on which a Part I classification is
based, consideration must be given to those factors in the applicant's general
background and past activities that have apparent occupational significance.
These characteristics are identified by consideration of his occupational inter-
ests, aptitudes, casual or part-time work experience, courses of instruction, and
hobbies or other voluntary activities.
Interviewing Factors
Facts about an applicant that have estimated occupational significance
should be ascertained by the interviewer and recorded on the registration card.
These facts, or "Interviewing Factors," are of two types: Classification Factors
and Selection Factors.
A "Classification Factor" is any fact about an applicant that has estimated
occupational significance and that tends to be indicative of the classification
that should be given him. School courses, casual or partially qualifying work
experience, interests, aptitudes, hobbies, and other leisure time activities are
significant. Care must be exercised, however, in considering such factors to
avoid acceptance of the mere fact that the applicant completed a particular
course as conclusive evidence of the suitability of a particular classification for
him. His interest in the course and the success or profit with which he pur-
sued it must be considered. No one Classification Factor can be taken as the
sole basis for assigning a classification; all the Classification Factors in the
applicant's background must be considered, and he should be given the classi-
fication or classifications in which he has the strongest combination of factors.
A "Selection Factor" is any fact about an applicant which provides data
that will determine his suitability for referral to a specific job opening. Physi-
cal characteristics, willingness to work in a particular work environment, extent
or quality of training, and similar factors are usually of more importance for
selection than classification.
Additional Classifications
On the basis of all of the Interviewing Factors obtainable, a classification
from either Part I or Part IV is assigned to the applicant. As many additional
classifications from Part I or Part IV may be assigned as are necessary to reflect
all of the applicant's significant characteristics.
Included Classifications*
Classifications have been made as distinct as possible in order to identify
types of applicant characteristics, training, and abilities. Overlapping of
classifications undoubtedly exists, but a few simple rules can be applied which
will materially reduce the number of additional classifications that are neces-
sary and which will eliminate the assignment of duplicate classifications.
For example, there seems to be no satisfactory way to distinguish between
applicants potentially suited to the performance of simple manual tasks around
a domestic establishment, office building, or other institution, and those suited
to the performance of such tasks on a farm or in an industrial establishment.
Therefore, applicants suited to this type of work are all classified in 6-X6
ELEMENTAL WORK. An employer order for certain types of Laborer;
Laborer, Process; Houseman; or Harvest Hand would be filled from this
*In the Preliminary Edition these relationships were discussed as Mutually Exclusive Classifica-
tions. Because of the confusion that has resulted from this terminology, the words have been dropped.





XII
classification, and it is assumed that placement workers will consult other
classifications if the supply of workers in 6-X6 is insufficient to meet employer
specifications. Conversely, an applicant who has been given any other classi-
fication is assumed to be able to perform the tasks implied in 6-X6. There-
fore, an additional classification should never be assigned with 6-X6, 'and
6-X6 should seldom be necessary as an additional classification.
Applicants who are suited to 4-X Mechanical Work are also usually
suited to 6-X Manual Work. For example, an applicant who has been classi-
fied in 4-X2 MACHINE TRADES because of his ability to repair machinery
would not be assigned an additional classification in 6-X4 MANIPULATIVE
WORK because of his ability to use hand tools. In other words, the more
exacting types of work involved in 4-X MECHANICAL WORK include les-
exacting types of similar work in 6-X MANUAL WORK.
An applicant classified in 4-X. however, may be given an additional
classification in 6-X on a five- or six-digit level if that classification is based
on a specific kind of training or casual work experience which for placement
purposes should not be overlooked. For example, an applicant who has been
assigned the classification 4-X6.313 SHEET METAL WORK is assumed to
be qualified for 6-X4.313 SIMPLE SHEET METAL WORK or 6-X2 OB-
SERVATIONAL WORK, but, if the applicant were also qualified on the
basis of casual work experience for 6-X4.463 PRINTING PRESS FEEDING
AND CATCHING, an additional classification might well be assigned since
the classification 4-X6.313 does not take account of this partially qualifying
experience. The interviewer, therefore, is urged to assign as many additional
classifications as are necessary to reflect adequately the applicant's characteris-
tics and abilities, but to avoid the assignment of unnecessary classifications
that indicate qualifications that have already been accounted for in the assign-
ment of other classifications.
Also, because of the manner in which the Part IV structure has been de-
veloped, it may be stated that an applicant who has been given a four-, five-, or
six-digit classification is assumed to be potentially qualified for other types of
work coded within the same numeral sequence. For example, an applicant
classified in 6-X4.351 HAND SEWING is assumed to be potentially qualified
for 6-X4.35 BENCH WORK, FABRIC, LEATHER and RELATED
6-X4.3 BENCH WORK (ASSEMBLING AND RELATED), and 6-X4
MANIPULATIVE WORK.
Finally, an applicant whose classification ends with "0" is assumed to be
potentially qualified for other types of work which are coded with the same
numeral sequence except for the corresponding last digit. For example:
Applicants classified in the following Are assumed to be potentially qualified
groups: for:
0-X7.0 Laboratory Science Work 0-X7.4 Engineering and Related
1-X2.0 General Recording Work 1-X2.9 Routine Recording Work
3-X1.0. General Farming 3-X1.1 Animal Care
4-X2.0 Machining 4-X2.1 Mechanical Repairing
4-X6.20 Structural Work (Assorted 4-X6.22 Structural Woodworking
Materials)
4-X2.010 All-Around Metal Machin- 4-X2.011 Metal Lathe Work
ing
These relationships hold because "0" has been used to identify the "more exact-
ing," "varied," "general," "all-around" types of work. This should not be con-
strued as meaning that an applicant who is potentially qualified for 0-XT.0
LABORATORY SCIENCE WORK is actually as well qualified for 0-X7.4
ENGINEERING AND RELATED as an applicant who has had specialized
training in the field of 0-X7.44 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING.





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Basis for Classification at Each Level
In classifying an entry applicant it is necessary to determine first the major
occupational group (see page 13) for which he is potentially qualified on the
basis of all of his occupationally significant characteristics. It is then possible
to determine the appropriate classification to assign by reference to the classi-
fications which are arranged in Section I by major occupational groups. If an
applicant appears to be particularly well qualified for entry into types of work
represented by more than one major group, he can be assigned as many addi-
tional classifications as are necessary.
Assignment of a three-digit classification, or assignment of the first three
digits of a more extended classification, should always be made on the basis of
all the interviewing factors which have occupational significance. These
include: interests, hobbies, school courses, leisure time activities, casual work
experience, and other "evidences of ability to learn."
An applicant's three-digit classification can be extended to four digits if
there is evidence that the individual is well oriented to the type of work implied
in the four-digit classification. School orientation courses, such as GENERAL
SHOP and HANDICRAFTS, provide opportunities for the discovery of abili-
ties which may be classified at the four-digit level. So do hobbies and leisure
time activities. Interest is not sufficient justification for a four-digit classi-
fication unless accompanied by other factors indicating suitability. An
applicant, for example, who "wants to get into a machine shop" may be classified
4-X2 MACHINE TRADES if there is evidence to show that he understands
the functional nature of machines. He should not be classified 4-X2.0 MA-
CHINING unless there is evidence to show that he has the patience, mathe-
matical ability, respect for tools, ability to do precise work, and other
characteristics necessary for this type of work. Some four-digit classifications,
such as 1-X2.2 TYPING, can be justified only by completion of a reasonably
specific course of training.
Five- and six-digit classifications can usually be assigned only on the basis
of casual work experience or vocational training. This restricts these levels of
classification to a small but important portion of entry applicants. Generally
speaking, five-digit classifications have been designed to classify preliminary
vocational training, and six-digit classifications are intended for advanced
vocational training and casual work experience which is still not fully qualify-
ing for a specific Part I classification.
To continue with the illustration previously cited, an applicant might be
classified 4-X2.01 METAL MACHINING on the basis of a preliminary train-
ing course in MACHINE SHOP which included training on one or several ma-
chines. Completion of an ADVANCED MACHINE SHOP course or spe-
cialization on a particular machine might qualify the applicant for 4-X2.010
ALL-AROUND METAL MACHINING or 4-X2.011 METAL LATHE
WORK.

Steps To Follow In Assigning Entry Classifications
In assigning entry classifications from the Revised Edition, the following
guide is suggested:
1. Determine the applicant's suitability for a Part I classification. He
should be assigned a Part I code only if he is qualified to compete
with experienced Part I applicants. He may even be given more than
one Part I classification if each can be similarly justified. For each
Part I classification assigned, the question should be asked: Has the
applicant's "right to a job" been adequately expressed by the code
assigned? Assignment of one or more classifications from Part IV





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is preferable to the assignment of a Part I code which merely serves
as a "graveyard" classification. Part IV classifications may be assigned
regardless of whether or not a Part I classification has been given.
Consideration for a Part IV code should proceed as follows:
2. Determine the major group from which the Part IV classification will
be assigned. (See pages 13 and 14.) Additional classifications may
be selected from other major groups if necessary. As previously
stated, it is not normally necessary to assign 6-X classifications to
applicants who qualify for the more exacting classifications in 4-X.
3. Determine the three-digit classification (or classifications) to be as-
signed by reference to the definitions presented with the major group
that has been selected. (See page 17, 37, 49, 53, 63, or 115.) Check each
three-digit classification assigned against the Classification Factors
presented in Section II. Remember that three-digit classifications may
be assigned on the basis of justifiable interests or occupationally
significant personal traits. (See page 159.)
4. Determine whether the applicant exhibits any special interests sub-
stantiated by leisure time activities, training, or casual work experi-
ence that would justify extending his three-digit classification to
four digits. (See page 17, 37, 49, 53, 63, or 115.) This type of orienta-
tion toward a particular kind of work can also be checked against
Classification Factors in Section II. No effort should be made to force
a four-digit classification unless it can be substantiated at least by
definite interests and some orientation toward the type of work involved.
5. Determine if the applicant has had the vocational training or casual
work experience which would justify the assignment of a five-digit
classification. (See page 19, 54, 64, or 116. Definitions for each of these
classifications are to be found on pages immediately following the
listing of the titles.)
6. Determine if the applicant's training or work experience has been
sufficiently specific to justify a six-digit classification. (These exist
only in 4-X and 6-X and are presented beginning on pages 67 and 119.
Use the page headings as a guide.)
7. Check the occupations listed with the classification assigned (begin-
ning on page 21, 39, 50, 55, 67, or 119) to be sure that the applicant's
training or experience cannot be better expressed by just one specific
Part I classification.
8. Check the Related Entry Classifications appearing at the finest level
of classification to determine the correctness of the classification as-
signed and to discover whether additional classifications are necessary.
It is not, of course, expected that in each instance every one of these steps
will be followed as here spelled out in detail. Increasing familiarity with
the structure will result in shortcuts and simplification of the procedure.
However, it is important that all these steps be kept in mind so that a tech-
nique will be developed in which all significant factors are weighed and no
important step is left out of consideration.























SECTION I
THE ENTRY OCCUPATIONAL
CLASSIFICATION STRUCTURE








SUMMARY OF MAJOR OCCUPATIONAL GROUPS AND BASIC
THREE-DIGIT CLASSIFICATIONS

0-X PROFESSIONAL, TECHNICAL, AND MANAGERIAL WORK
0-X1 Artistic Work
0-X2 Musical Work
0-X3 Literary Work
0-X4 Entertainment Work
0-X6 Public Service Work
0-X7 Technical Work
0-X8 Managerial Work

1-X CLERICAL AND SALES WORK
1-X1 Computing Work
1-X2 Recording Work
1-X4 General Clerical Work
1-X5 Public Contact Work
2-X SERVICE WORK
2-X1 Cooking
2-X3 Child Care
2-X5 Personal Service Work
3-X AGRICULTURAL, MARINE, AND FORESTRY WORK
3-X1 Farming
3-X8 Marine Work
3-X9 Forestry Work
4-X MECHANICAL WORK
4-X2 Machine Trades
4--X6 Crafts
6-X MANUAL WORK
6-X2 Observational Work
6-X4 Manipulative Work
6-X6 Elemental Work
To permit the filing of applications of experienced and inexperienced
persons in the same general location, the first digits 0, 1, 2, and 3 have substan-
tially the same significance as in Parts I and II of the Dictionary. However.
in Parts I and II, the first digits 4 and 5 signify Skilled occupations. 6 and 7
Semiskilled occupations, and 8 and 9 Unskilled occupations. Since entry appli-
cants have not acquired fully qualifying skills and knowledge, the major
groups 4-X Mechanical Work and 6-X Manual Work are substituted for
.Skilled, Semiskilled, and Unskilled classifications in Parts I and II. In a
general ,way, classifications in 4-X Mechanical Work are for applicants poten-
tially qualified to learn the skilled and more exacting semiskilled occupations.
while classifications in,6-X Manual Work are for applicants potentially suited
to the less exacting semiskilled and unskilled occupations. Entry codes are
distinguished from codes in ,Parts I and II by an "X" in the second digit
position.





Code Summary 3


CODE SUMMARY OF ALL ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS

0-X1 ARTISTIC WORK

0-X1.2 Artistic Drawing and Related
0-X1.3 Artistic Shaping
0-X1.5 Artistic Arranging

0-X2 MUSICAL WORK

0-X2.1 Musical Work, Creative
0-X2.5 Musical Work, Vocal
0-X2.6 Musical Work, Instrumental

0-X3 LITERARY WORK

0-X3.1 Creative Writing and Translating
0-X3.5 Copy Writing and Journalism

0-X4 ENTERTAINMENT WORK

0-X4.2 Entertainment Work, Oral
0-X4.4 Entertainment Work, Rhythmic
0-X4.9 Entertainment Work (n. e. c.)

0-X6 PUBLIC SERVICE WORK
0-X6.0 Instructive Service Work
0-X6.00 GENERAL EDUCATION
0-X6.01 COMMERCIAL EDUCATION
0-X6.03 AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION
0-X6.04 VOCATIONAL EDUCATION
0-X6.06 PHYSICAL EDUCATION
0-X6.1 Social Service Work
0-X6.10 SOCIAL RESEARCH
0-X6.12 SOCIAL WELFARE WORK
0-X6.14 GUIDANCE AND ADVISORY WORK
0-X6.2 Protective Service Work
0-X6.25 PROTECTIVE SERVICE WORK

0-X7 TECHNICAL WORK

0-X7.0 Laboratory Science Work
0-X7.02 NURSING AND MEDICAL WORK
0-X7.03 BIOCHEMICAL WORK (n. e. c.)
0-X7.04 MATERIALS ANALYSIS
0-X7.1 Business Relations Work
0-X7.11 ACCOUNTING
0-X7.12 LEGAL WORK
0-X7.15 PURCHASE AND SALES WORK
589524---44---2





4 Code Summary

0-X7.3 ,Geographical Science Work
0-X7.30 GEOGRAPHICAL SCIENCE WORK
0-X7.4 Engineering and Related
0-X7.41 INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING
0-X7.42 STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING
0-X7.44 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
0-X7.48 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
0-X7.49 TECHNICAL CONTROL WORK (Inspecting, Testing, Machine Oper-
ating, n. e. c.)
0-X7.7 Drafting and Related
0-X7.72 STRUCTURAL DRAFTING
0-X7.73 LANDSCAPE DRAFTING AND SURVEYING
0-X7.74 MECHANICAL DRAFTING
0-X7.78 ELECTRICAL DRAFTING
0-X7.79 MISC. TECHNICAL PATTERN AND LAY-OUT WORK

0-X8 MANAGERIAL WORK

0-X8.1 Managerial Work, CAFS
0-X8.10 MANAGERIAL WORK, CAFS (Clerical, Administrative, Fiscal, Sales)
0-X8.2 Managerial Work, Personal Service
0-X8.25 MANAGERIAL WORK, PERSONAL SERVICE
0-X8.3 Managerial Work, Geographical
0-X8.31 FARMING SUPERVISION
0-X8.39 FORESTRY, LOGGING SUPERVISION
0-X8.4 Managerial Work, Industrial
0-X8.41 MANAGERIAL WORK, MANUFACTURING
0-X8.42 MANAGERIAL WORK, CONSTRUCTION AND MINING
0-X8.46 MANAGERIAL WORK, PROCESSING
0-X8.49 MANAGERIAL WORK, TRANSPORTATION AND MISC. SERVICES

1-X1 COMPUTING WORK
1-X1.1 Computing Work

1-X2 RECORDING WORK

1-X2.0 General Recording Work
1-X2.2 Typing (n. e. c.)
1-X2.3 Stenographic Work
1-X2.8 Equipment and Material Checking
1-X2.9 Routine Recording Work

1-X4 GENERAL CLERICAL WORK

1-X4.0 Classifying and Related Work
1-X4.4 Clerical Machine Operating (n. e. c.)
1-X4.9 Routine Clerical Work (n. e. c.)

1-X5 PUBLIC CONTACT WORK
1-X5.0 General Public Contact Work
1-X5.5 Selling
1-X5.7 Customer Service Work
1-X5.9 Misc. Public Contact Work





Code Summary 5

2-X1 COOKING

2-X1.1 Domestic Cooking
2-X1.2 Quantity Cooking

2-X3 CHILD CARE

2-X3.3 Child Care

2-X5 PERSONAL SERVICE

2-X5.2 Food Serving and Related
2-X5.6 Adult Care
2-X5.9 Misc. Personal Service Work

3-X1 FARMING
3-X1.0 General Farming
3-X1.00 GENERAL FARMING
3-X1.1 Animal Care
3-X1.10 LIVESTOCK FARMING (Assorted Animals)
3-X1.11 ANIMAL CARE, HORSES AND SIMILAR ANIMALS
3-X1.12 DAIRY FARMING
3-X1.13 BEEF CATTLE FARMING
3-X1.14 SHEEP OR GOAT FARMING
3-X1.15 HOG RAISING
3-X1.17 POULTRY FARMING AND RELATED
3-X1.19 MISC. ANIMAL CARE
3-X1.2 Crop Farming
3-X1.21 GRAIN AND FEED FARMING
3-X1.24 FRUIT FARMING AND RELATED (Including Tree Surgery)
3-X1.26 TRUCK FARMING
3-XI.28 GARDENING (Landscape, Greenhouse, Flower, or Nursery)
3-X1.29 MISC. CROP FARMING

3-X8 MARINE WORK

3-X8.6 Hunting and Trapping (Aquatic Animals)
3-X8.60 HUNTING AND TRAPPING (Aquatic Animals)
3-X8.7 Navigation Work
3-X8.70 NAVIGATION WORK
3-X8.8 Fishery Work
3-X8.81 FISHING
3-X8.85 FISH CULTURE

3-X9 FORESTRY WORK

3-X9.6 Hunting and Trapping (Forest Animals)
3-X9.60 HUNTING AND TRAPPING (Forest Animals)
3-X9.9 Forest Work
3-X9.94 FOREST PRESERVATION AND RELATED
3-X9.96 LOGGING AND RELATED FOREST PRODUCTS WORK





6 Code Summary


4-X2 MACHINE TRADES
4-X2.0 Machining
4-X2.01 METAL MACHINING
4-X2.010 All-Around Metal Machining
4-X2.011 Metal Lathe Work
4-X2.012 Metal Milling
4-X2.013 Metal Planing, Shaping
4-X2.014 Metal Boring, Drilling
4-X2.015 Metal Precision Grinding
4-X2.02 WOOD MACHINING
4-X2.021 Wood Lathe Work
4-X2.029 Misc. Wood Machining
NOTE: All-Around Woodworking Machine Operating is included in
Cabinetmaking (4-X6.320).
4-X2.03 STONE OR GLASS MACHINING
4-X2.031 Stone Lathe Work
4-X2.033 Stone Planing, Molding
4-X2.035 Glass Grinding, Polishing and Related (Fine Work)
NOTE: All Machining on the 6-X level is coded MACHINE OPERATING
(6-X2.4 or 6-X4.4) because of its general application to other kinds of
industrial machines.
4-X2.1 Mechanical Repairing
4r-X2.10 MECHANICAL REPAIRING
4-X2.100 All-Around Mechanical Repairing
4-X2.102 Engine and Pump Maintenance and Repairing
4-X2.103 Combustion Engine Repairing
4-X2.104 Aircraft Equipment Repairing
4-X2.105 Textile Machine Repairing
4-X2.106 Office Machine Repairing
4-X2.107 Armament Repairing
4-X2.109 Misc. Mechanical Repairing
4-X2.4 Complex Machine Operating (n. e. c.)
4-X2.45 COMPLEX TEXTILE MACHINE OPERATING
4-X2.451 Fiber Spinning and Related
4-X2.452 Weaving Machine Operating
4-X2.453 Knitting Machine Operating
4-X2.46- PAPER MACHINE OPERATING
4-X2.463 Printing Press Operating
4-X2.48 POWER PRESS FORMING
4-X2.487 Rolling
4-X2.488 Drawing, Extruding
4-X2.489 Misc. Press Forming (Forging, Punching, Cutting)
4-X2.49 HAULING, HOISTING AND DRILLING MACHINE OPERATING
4-X2.492 Hauling Machine Operating
4-X2.493 Hoisting Machine Operating
4-X2.494 Drilling Machine Operating

4-X6 CRAFTS
4-X6.1 Electrical Repairing
4-X6.18 ELECTRICAL REPAIRING
4-X6.181 Electrical Wiring
4-X6.183 Electrical Equipment Repairing
4-X6.185 Radio Repairing
4-X6.188 Electrical Power-Plant Operation, Repairing






Code Summary 7

4-X6.2 Structural Crafts
4-X6.20 STRUCTURAL WORK, ASSORTED MATERIALS
4-X6.207 Complex Rigging (n. e. c.)
4-X6.208 Aircraft Rigging
4-X6.209 Misc. Structural Crafts
4-X6.21 STRUCTURAL WORK, METAL
4-X6.210 Mechanical or Metal Unit Installing
4-X6.211 Heavy Metal Structural Work
4-X6.213 Light Metal Structural Work
4-X6.217 Plumbing and Related
4-X6.22 STRUCTURAL WORK, WOOD
4-X6.220 Wood Structural Work (Carpentry)
4-X6.23 STRUCTURAL WORK, STONE OR GLASS
4-X6.231 Stone Setting
4-X6.232 Bricklaying
4-X6.233 Glass or Tile Setting
4-X6.24 STRUCTURAL WORK, PLASTIC MATERIALS
4-X6.244 Plastic Material Spreading
4-X6.246 Structural Painting (Brush or Spray)
4-X6.28 WELDING AND RELATED
4-X6.280 Combination Welding
4-X6.281 Arc Welding
4-X6.283 Gas Welding
4-X6.285 Brazing and Similar
4-X6.29 EXCAVATING, MINING, GRADING
4-X6.295 Blasting, Excavating, Mining (Hand Tool)
4-X6.3 Bench Crafts
4-X6.30 BENCH WORK, ASSORTED MATERIALS
4-X6.308 Electrical Unit Assembling (Including Instrument Repair)
4-X6.309 Misc. Bench Crafts
4-X6.31 BENCH WORK, METAL
4-X6.310 Mechanical or Metal Unit Assembling (Including Instrument
Repair)
4-X6.313 Sheet Metal Work (Shop)
4-X6.315 Grinding and Tool Dressing (Including Hand Forging)
4-X6.318 Metal Forming (Hand or Power Tool)
4-X6.32 BENCH WORK, WOOD
4-X6.320 All-Around Cabinet, Pattern, or Model Making (Wood)
4-X6.327 Wood Products Assembling (Specialized Skills)
4-X6.328 Wood Forming (Hand or Power Tool)
4-X6.33 BENCH WORK, STONE, GLASS OR JEWELS
4-X6.330 Optical Unit Assembling
4-X6.337 Stone Cutting, Carving
4-X6.338 Small Stone, Glass, Jewel Forming (Hand or Power Tool)
4-X6.34 BENCH WORK, PLASTIC MATERIALS
4-X6.342 Glass Blowing and Shaping
4-X6.343 Sand Molding, Coremaking
4-X6.346 Shop Painting (Brush or Spray)
4-X6.348 Plastic Material Forming
4-X6.35 BENCH WORK, FABRIC, LEATHER AND RELATED
4-X6.351 Fiber Working (Hand Weaving and Related)
4-X6.352 Garment and Cloth Working
4-X6.353 Upholstering
4-X6.354 Fabric Working (n. e. c.)
4-X6.355 Leather Working
4-X6.356 Fur Working
4-X6.357 Rubber Working






8 Code Summary

4-X6.36 BENCH WORK, PAPER PRODUCTS
4-X6.361 Bookbinding and Related
4-X6.37 BENCH WORK, FOODS AND RELATED
4-X6.375 Bakery Bench Work
4-X6.376 Meat Dressing
4-X6.38 INSPECTING AND TESTING
4-X6.381 Close Visual Inspecting
4-X6.383 Sensory Testing (Non-Visual)
4-X6.385 Dimensional Inspecting
4-X6.386 Mechanical Testing

4-X6.5 Graphic Art Work
4-X6.50 ART WORK (BRUSH, SPRAY, PEN, STYLUS AND RELATED)
4-X6.506 Art Work (Brush, Spray or Pen)
4-X6.508 Engraving and Related
4-X6.56 TYPESETTING AND RELATED
4-X6.567 Typesetting, Machine
4-X6.568 Hand Composing
4-X6.569 Printing Plate Molding and Related
4-X6.58 PHOTOGRAPHIC WORK
4-X6.588 Photographic Work (Including Photoengraving and Dark-
room Work)

4-X6.6 Processing
4-X6.60 PROCESSING, ASSORTED MATERIALS
4-X6.601 Mixing, Compounding, Extracting, Assorted Materials
4-X6.61 PROCESSING, METAL
4-X6.611 Plating (Metallic Solutions)
4-X6.615 Metal Hardening, Tempering, Annealing
4-X6.616 Metal Melting and Pouring (Hand)
4-X6.618 Complex Metal Furnace Operating
4-X6.62 PROCESSING, WOOD
4-X6.621 Wood Compounding, Extracting and Related
4-X6.625 Wood Heat Treating
4-X6.64 PROCESSING, PLASTIC MATERIALS AND PAINT
4-X6.641 Mixing, Compounding, Extracting, Plastic Materials and
Paint
4-X6.645 Heat Treating, Plastic Materials
4-X6.65 PROCESSING, FABRIC, LEATHER AND RELATED
4-X6.651 Fabric and Leather Treating, Dyeing and Related
4-X6.67 PROCESSING, FOODS AND RELATED
4-X6.671 Mixing, Compounding and Cooking, Foods and Related
4-X6.675 Baking
4-X6.69 REFINING AND RELATED
4-X6.693 Chemical or Gas Production
4-X6.694 Petroleum Refining (n. e. c.)
4-X6.695 Mineral Ore Refining
4-X6.697 Distilling





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6-X2 OBSERVATIONAL WORK

6-X2.2 Structural Equipment Tending
6-X2.99 PROPERTY AND EQUIPMENT WATCHING
6-X2.290 Property and Equipment Watching
6-X2.3 Inspecting and Testing
6-X2.38 INSPECTING AND TESTING
6-X2.381 Simple Visual Inspecting
6-X2.383 Simple Sensory Inspecting (Non-Visual)
6-X2.385 Simple Dimensional Inspecting
6-X2.386 Simple Mechanical Inspecting
6-X2.4 Machine Tending (n. e. c.)
6-X2.40 MACHINE TENDING, ASSORTED MATERIALS
6-X2.409 Misc. Machine Tending (n. e. c.)
6-X2.41 METAL WORKING MACHINE TENDING
6-X2.411 Metal Turning
6-X2.412 Metal Milling
6-X2.413 Metal Planing
6-X2.414 Metal Boring, Drilling
6-X2.415 Metal Grinding (Material Fixture-Held)
6-X2.416 Metal Sawing
6-X2.419 Misc. Metal Working Machine Tending
6-X2.42 WOODWORKING MACHINE TENDING
6-X2.421 Wood Turning
6-X2.425 Wood Sanding (Material Fixture-Held)
6-X2.429 Misc. Woodworking Machine Tending
6-X2.43 STONE WORKING MACHINE TENDING
6-X2.436 Stone Sawing
6-X2.419 Misc. Metal Working Machine Tending
6-X2.45 FABRIC OR LEATHER WORKING MACHINE TENDING
6-X2.451 Textile Fiber Machine Tending
6-X2.459 Misc. Textile Machine Tending
6-X2.47 FOOD MACHINE TENDING
6-X2.479 Misc. Food Machine Tending
6-X2.49 HAULING, HOISTING, AND DRILLING MACHINE OPERATING
6-X2.492 Hauling Machine Operating
6-X2.493 Hoisting Machine Operating
6-X2.494 Drilling Machine Operating
6-X2.6 Processing Equipment Tending
6-X2.60 NON-METAL PROCESSING EQUIPMENT TENDING (n. e. c.)
6-X2.601 Non-Metal Mixing, Compounding, Extracting (Excepting Pe-
troleum, Mineral Ores, and Foods)
6-X2.602 Non-Metal Press Extruding
6-X2.604 Non-Metal Heat Drying (Room or Machine)
6-X2.605 Non-Metal Kiln Operating and Related
6-X2.608 Simple Non-Metal Furnace and Boiler Tending
6-X2.61 METAL PROCESSING EQUIPMENT TENDING
6-X2.611 Pickling and Related
6-X2.615 Metal Heating (n. e. c.)
6-X2.616 Metal Melting and Pouring
6-X2.618 Simple Metal Furnace Tending
6-X2.69 REFINING AND RELATED
6-X2.671 Routine Mixing and Cooking, Foods and Related
6-X2.69 REFINING AND RELATED
6-X2.694 Petroleum Refining
6-X2.695 Mineral Ore Refining and Related






10 Code Summary

6-X4 MANIPULATIVE WORK
6-X4.2 Structural Work
6-X4.20 STRUCTURAL WORK, ASSORTED MATERIALS
6-X4.208 Simple Structural Work, Assorted Light Materials
6-X4.209 Simple Structural Work, Assorted Heavy Materials
6-X4.21 STRUCTURAL WORK, METAL
6-X4.211 Simple Heavy Metal Structural Work
6-X4.213 Simple Light Metal Structural Work
6-X4.219 Misc. Metal Structural Work
6-X4.22 STRUCTURAL WORK, WOOD (Hand Sawing, Nailing, Etc.)
6-X4.229 Misc. Wood Structural Work
6-X4.23 STRUCTURAL WORK, STONE OR GLASS
6-X4.239 Misc. Stone or Glass Structural Work
6-X4.24 STRUCTURAL WORK, PLASTIC MATERIALS AND PAINT
6-X4.246 Rough Structural Painting (Brush or Spray)
6-X4.28 WELDING AND RIVETING
6-X4.281 Welding and Related
6-X4.284 Riveting and Related
6-X4.29 EXCAVATING, MINING, GRADING AND RELATED
6-X4.294 Rough Drilling (Jackhammer)
6-X4.295 Mine Work (n. e. c.)
6-X4.297 Drainage and Grading Work
6-X4.3 Bench Work (Assembling and Related)
6-X4.30 BENCH WORK, ASSORTED MATERIALS
6-X4.307 Electrical Wire Winding
6-X4.308 Electrical Unit Assembling
6-X4.309 Misc. Bench Work (Assembling, Sorting, Packing)
6-X4.31 BENCH WORK, METAL
6-X4.310 Mechanical or Metal Unit Assembling
6-X4.313 Simple Sheet Metal Work (Shop)
6-X4.315 Metal Bench Grinding (Including Filing and Polishing)
6-X4.318 Bench Welding (Small Parts)
6-X4.319 Misc. Metal Working (Hand or Hand Tool)
6-X4.32 BENCH OR SHOP WORK, WOOD
6-X4.320 Wood Unit Assembling
6-X4.325 Wood Sanding (Hand or Power Tool)
6-X4.329 Misc. Woodworking (Hand or Hand Tool)
6-X4.33 BENCH WORK, STONE, GLASS OR JEWELS
6-X4.335 Small Stone or Glass Grinding (Including Filing and
Polishing)
6-X4.339 Misc. Stone or Glass Working (Hand or Hand Tool)
6-X4.34 BENCH WORK, PLASTIC MATERIALS AND PAINT
6-X4.346 Simple Shop Painting (Brush or Spray)
6-X4.348 Simple Plastic Material Forming (Hand or Hand Tool)
6-X4.349 Misc. Plastic Working
6-X4.35 BENCH WORK, FABRIC, LEATHER AND RELATED
6-X4.351 Hand Sewing and Related
6-X4.352 Machine Sewing
6-X4.356 Fabric or Leather Cutting (Hand or Power Tool)
6-X4.358 Fabric or Leather Forming and Shaping
6-X4.359 Misc. Fabric or Leather Working (Hand or Hand Tool)
6-X4.36 BENCH WORK, PAPER PRODUCTS
6-X4.369 Misc. Paper Working (Assembling, Fitting, Cutting)
6-X4.37 BENCH WORK, FOODS AND RELATED
6-X4.376 Routine Meat Dressing
6-X4.379 Misc. Food Handling and Related





Code Summary 11

6-X4.4 Machine Operating, Manipulative
6-X4.40 MACHINE OPERATING, ASSORTED MATERIALS
6-X4.409 Misc. Machine Operating (Manipulative)
6-X4.41 METAL WORKING MACHINE OPERATING
6-X4.415 Metal Grinding or Polishing Machine Operating (Hand
Manipulated)
6-X4.419 Misc. Metal Working Machine Operating
6-X4.42 WOODWORKING MACHINE OPERATING
6-X4.425 Wood Sanding
6-X4.429 Misc. Woodworking Machine Operating
6-X4.43 STONE OR GLASS WORKING MACHINE OPERATING
6-X4.435 Stone Grinding Machine Operating
6-X4.44 PLASTIC WORKING MACHINE OPERATING
6-X4.443 Sand Molding, Coremaking (Machine)
6-X4.449 Misc. Plastic Working Machine Operating
6-X4.45 FABRIC OR LEATHER WORKING MACHINE OPERATING
6-X4.451 Textile Fiber Machine Operating
6-X4.457 Fabric or Leather Pressing (Machine)
6-X4.458 Fabric or Leather Pouncing, Buffing
6-X4.459 Misc. Fabric or Leather Working Machine Operating
6-X4.46 PAPER WORKING MACHINE OPERATING
6-X4.463 Printing Press Feeding and Catching
6-X4.469 Misc. Paper Working Machine Operating
6-X4.47 FOOD MACHINE OPERATING
6-X4.479 Misc. Food Machine Operating and Related
6-X4.48 PRESS FORMING AND RELATED
6-X4.486 Rotary Shearing
6-X4.487 Rolling
6-X4.488 Pipe Bending (Hot Block and Related)
6-X4.489 Misc. Press Forming (Forging, Punching, Cutting, and
Related)
6-X4.6 Processing
6-X4.60 PROCESSING, ASSORTED MATERIALS
6-X4.601 Mixing, Compounding, and Extracting, Assorted Materials
6-X4.65 PROCESSING, FABRIC, LEATHER AND RELATED
6-X4.651 Fabric and Leather Treating, Dyeing, and Related
6-X4.66 PROCESSING, PAPER AND RELATED
6-X4.661 Paper Pulp Work
6-X4.67 PROCESSING, FOODS AND RELATED
6-X4.676 Slaughtering and Meat Processing
6-X4.679 Misc. Food Processing

6-X6 ELEMENTAL WORK

6-X6.1 Elemental Work, Light
6-X6.10 ELEMENTAL WORK, LIGHT
6-X6.6 Elemental Work, Medium and Heavy
6-X6.62 ELEMENTAL SERVICE WORK
6-X6.63 ELEMENTAL FARM WORK
6-X6.64 EQUIPMENT SERVING AND RELATED
6-X6.69 MISC. PHYSICAL WORK










O-x l-X
PROFESSIONAL, CLERICAL
TECHNICAL & AND SALES
MANAGERIAL WORK
WORK


0-X1 0-X2 0-X3 0-X4 0-X6 0-X7 0-X8 1-X1 1-X2 1-14 1-X5
Enter- Public Techni- Manager- Comput- Record- general Public
Artistic Musical Literary tainment Service cal ial ing ing Clerical Contac
Work Work Work Work Work Work Work Work Work Work Work



2-X 3-X 4-X 6-X
AGRICULTURE,
SERVICE MARINE, AND MECHANICAL MANUAL
WORK FORESTRY WORK WORK
WORK



2-X1 2-X3 2-X5 3-Xl 3-X8 3-X9 4-X2 4-6 6-X2 6-X4 6-x
Child Personal
Cooking Care Service Farmin Marine Forestry Machine Observa- Manipula- Element
Work Work Work Trades Crafts tional tive Wor
Work Work Work









DEFINITIONS OF MAJOR OCCUPATIONAL GROUPS


The first step in classification of an entry applicant is the selection of
the correct major occupational group within which his classification will be
found. The two-digit major groups are not intended as classifications. The
three-digit codes (see chart on opposite page) represent the basic or broadest
level of classification. The following definitive material is designed to be of
assistance in selecting the correct major occupational group.

0-X PROFESSIONAL, TECHNICAL, AND MANAGERIAL WORK
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work requiring
the capacity to acquire and apply special knowledge involved in artistic
creation, entertainment, social service work, teaching, scientific study, research,
engineering, law, medicine, business relations, or management.
NOTE: Entry applicants who are classified in 0-X must also be given an additional
classification in one of the other major groups, unless a classification from Part I of
the Dictionary has already been assigned.
This is necessary because entry into most types of Professional, Technical, and
Managerial Work is by the performance of non-professional, non-technical tasks,
thus leaving the applicant very few opportunities for employment on the 0-X level.
Classifications in 0-X, however, are needed to express the occupational possibilities
of many applicants in terms of the requirements frequently given by employers.
It should be observed that the definition of 0-X does not include a reference to
the applicant's present level of educational attainment. 0-X is not intended for the
classification of college graduates as such. Rather, this definition is concerned with
the work the applicant shows evidence of ability to learn.

1-X CLERICAL AND SALES WORK
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work involving
recording, transcribing, composing, compiling, transmitting, and systematizing
written communications and records, computing or compiling mathematical
or statistical data, or dealing with the public in business situations to effect
sales, give information, or perform other commercial or administrative
services.
2-X SERVICE WORK
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work that in-
volves ministering to the needs of others in preparing food, serving meals, caring
for children, and in other types of personal service activities.
NOTE: This major group is not intended for the classification of applicants for laboring
work in the performance of routine physical tasks such as dishwashing or cleaning.
These applicants should be classified 6-X6.62 ELEMENTAL SERVICE WORK.

3-X AGRICULTURAL, MARINE, AND FORESTRY WORK
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work involving
the raising and harvesting of crops, the breeding, care, catching, and hunting
of fish and other animals, the handling of boats, the preservation of forests, the
gathering of forest products, and other related outdoor activities.
NOTE: This major group is not intended for the classification of applicants for farm
laboring work consisting of the performance of routine physical tasks such as weeding,
hoeing, or harvesting. These applicants should be classified 6-X6.63 ELEMENTAL
FARM WORK. Simple laboring tasks connected with marine and forestry work, such
as in loading ships or clearing forest brush, should be classified 6-X6.69 MISC. PHYSI.
CAL WORK.
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14 Major Occupational Groups

4-X MECHANICAL WORK
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work in which
the independent judgment of the worker determines the machine and manual
operations to be performed in obtaining the proper form, quality, and quantity
of material to be produced. Workers may be required to lay out work, to esti-
mate quality, suitability, and needed quantities of materials, to make precise
measurements, to read blueprints or other specifications, and to make necessary
computations or mechanical adjustments to control or regulate processes.
Workers in the occupations related to 4-X classifications become qualified by
serving an apprenticeship or an extensive training period. Generally speak-
ing, entry applicants in 4-X may be regarded as "trade learners."

6-X MANUAL WORK
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work in which
the form, quality, and quantity of tne work depend primarily on prescribed
methods and on the performance of machines or equipment or on the use of
hands or hand tools. Workers may be required to observe the operation of
machines, to feed machines, and to perform other repetitive and physical tasks.
NOTE: Both 4-X Mechanical Work and 6-X Manual Work may require alertness and
facility in the use of tools, as well as other types of coordinated activity. However.
in 6-X Manual Work these qualities are the primary distinguishing characteristics of
applicant suitability, whereas in 4-X Mechanical Work these characteristics are sec-
ondary to the worker's ability to make decisions and exercise independent judgment,
frequently in a wide variety of task situations. For these reasons an additional classi-
fication in 6-X is not normally necessary to express the qualifications of applicants who
have been classified in 4-X.

























Having decided on the major group
from which the applicant's classifica-
tion will be selected, the interviewer
is directed next to the pages following
on which all classifications are ar-
ranged by major groups.
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Entertainment
Work M



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Entertain- Entertair :Entertain- *.
ment Work, ment Work, ment Work g
Oral Rhythmic. (n.e.c.)






0-X8
Managerial
Work t



0-X8.1 0-X8.2 0-X8. 3 0-X8.4
Manager Manager- Manager- Manager-
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CAFS Persona Geo- In-
f Service graph dustrial










O-X PROFESSIONAL, TECHNICAL, AND MANAGERIAL WORK

The 0-X major occupational group consists of three-, four-, and five-digit
classifications. Five-digit classifications have been set up only for 0-X6, 0-X7,
and 0-X8.
THREE-DIGIT CLASSIFICATIONS IN 0-X

0-X1 ARTISTIC WORK
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work involving artistic
creation in the fields of fine or commercial arts as evidenced by active engagement in paint-
ing, sculpturing, drawing, and similar activities.
0-X2 MUSICAL WORK
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work involving musical
expression as evidenced by activities in composing, arranging, directing, singing, or
playing a musical instrument.
0-X3 LITERARY WORK
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work involving written
expression as evidenced by active engagement in such activity as writing plays, poetry,
or narrative prose; critically evaluating the written work of others; translating from one
language into another; and editing, compiling, or adapting written material.
0-X4 ENTERTAINMENT WORK
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work which involves
amusing, diverting, or informing the public as evidenced by active engagement in such
activities as speaking, acting, dancing, dramatic reading, impersonating, or in other varied
activities exclusive of the field of music. (Note: Distinction should be made between
"informing the public" by prepared announcements, as in radio commercials, and informa-
tive public speaking, as in church ministerial work, which should be related to 0-X6
PUBLIC SERVICE WORK.
0-X6 PUBLIC SERVICE WORK
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work which involves edu-
cating, instructing, guiding, protecting, and counseling individuals in the interest of their
physical, mental, or spiritual well-being, and which requires the capacity to apply the special
knowledge necessary for the education of others, for the amelioration and solution of
social, economic, and personal problems, or for the protection of others through the enforce-
ment of laws or other regulations governing society.
0-X7 TECHNICAL WORK
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work which involves the
capacity to acquire and apply systematized knowledge in scientific study, research, techni-
cal phases of drafting and engineering, medical or legal practice, business promotion, and
similar activities.
0-X8 MANAGERIAL WORK
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work which involves dealing
with people in planning, supervising, and coordinating the activities of an organization,
either in accordance with specified policies and principles or on one's own initiative and
authority.
FOUR-DIGIT CLASSIFICATIONS IN 0-X
0-X1 ARTISTIC WORK
0-X1.2 ARTISTIC DRAWING AND RELATED
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work involving the crea-
tion or reproduction of artistic designs on flat surfaces by hand, using such tools as
brushes, pens, etching needles, pencils, or crayons.
0-X1.3 ARTISTIC SHAPING
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work involving the crea-
tion and shaping of artistic objects by modeling or oarving by hand or hand tools, using
such materials as plaster of Paris, clay, wax, wood, or stone.

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18 0-X Classifications

0-X1.5 ARTISTIC ARRANGING
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work involving the
arrangement of objects or materials to achieve artistic or decorative effects for apparel,
interiors, photographic composition, or other types of artistic creation.

0-X2 MUSICAL WORK

0-X2.1 MUSICAL WORK, CREATIVE
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work involving the com-
position, arrangement, or direction of instrumental or vocal music. (Band leaders
whose abilities are adequately expressed in terms of a particular musical instrument
should be classified only in terms of that instrument.)
0-X2.5 MUSICAL WORK, VOCAL
.Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work involving musical
expression by means of the human voice.
0-X2.6 MUSICAL WORK, INSTRUMENTAL
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work involving musical
expression by means of stringed, percussion, wind, or other musical instruments.

0-X3 LITERARY WORK

0-X3.1 CREATIVE WRITING AND TRANSLATING
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work which involves the
original writing, adaptation, or translation of prose, poetry, or other forms of written
expression, excepting the writing of advertising copy or journalistic reporting.
0-X3.5 COPY WRITING AND JOURNALISM
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work which involves the
writing of promotional material to induce a desired action, attitude, or opinion, or the
reporting, editing, or interpretation of facts, events, or opinions of current interest.

0-X4 ENTERTAINMENT WORK

0-X4.2 ENTERTAINMENT WORK, ORAL
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work which requires primarily
the use of spoken words to amuse, entertain, or inform others.
0-X4.4 ENTERTAINMENT WORK, RHYTHMIC
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work involving the use of
such forms of rhythmic expression as ballet or ballroom dancing.
0-X4.9 ENTERTAINMENT WORK (n. e. c.)
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work which involves amusing,
entertaining or informing others by some physical demonstration such as juggling, riding,
sleight-of-hand, or pantomime.

0-X6 PUBLIC SERVICE WORK

0 -X6.0 INSTRUCTIVE SERVICE WORK
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work which involves teaching
or training others, either in programs of formalized education or in other educational
activities.
0-X6.1 SOCIAL SERVICE WORK
Persons having.the qualifications necessary for entry into work which involves serving
others as social mentor, guide, or advisor. The work may also require the ability to plan
or conduct research toward this end.
0-X6.2 PROTECTIVE SERVICE WORK
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work concerned with the
protection of persons and property by the enforcement of ordinances, laws, and regulations.





0-X Classifications 19


0-X7 TECHNICAL WORK

0-X7.0 LABORATORY SCIENCE WORK
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work requiring a knowledge
of at least one of the natural sciences, and the ability to apply the principles of these sciences
in controlled situations, usually in a laboratory, for the analysis, treatment, or care of
living or inanimate objects.
0-X7.1 BUSINESS RELATIONS WORK AND RELATED
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work requiring a technical
knowledge of commercial and social principles as applied to business transactions and
organization, and having the ability to apply these principles to such fields of work as
accountancy, law, sales engineering, and purchasing.
0-X7.3 GEOGRAPHICAL SCIENCE WORK
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work which requires technical
knowledge and the application of scientific principles to agriculture, navigation, fishery
work, forestry work, or related geographical pursuits in which the work is carried on prin-
cipally outdoors and under natural conditions.
0-X7.4 ENGINEERING AND RELATED
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work which involves the
application of principles of mechanical, structural, electrical, or industrial science in plan-
ning, constructing, testing, or effectively operating such things as mechanical equipment,
bridges, or buildings.
0-X7.7 DRAFTING AND RELATED
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work requiring skill in the
use of drafting instruments and the ability to apply technical knowledge in the development
or layout of plans or patterns.

0-X8 MANAGERIAL WORK

0-X8.1 MANAGERIAL WORK, CAFS (CLERICAL, ADMINISTRATIVE, FISCAL AND
SALES)
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work which involves super-
vising and directing people engaged in clerical,, sales, administrative, or fiscal activities of
offices, organizations, institutions, or other public or private enterprises.
0-X8.2 MANAGERIAL WORK, PERSONAL SERVICE
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work which involves super-
vising and directing people engaged in serving or performing personal services for others.
0-X8.3 MANAGERIAL WORK, GEOGRAPHICAL
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work which involves super-
vising and directing people engaged in agriculture, fishing, forestry, and related activities.
0-X8.4 MANAGERIAL WORK, INDUSTRIAL
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work which involves super-
vising and directing people engaged in construction, transportation, manufacturing, or some
other form of productive activity.
FIVE-DIGIT CLASSIFICATIONS IN 0-X

No five-digit classifications have been set up in 0-X1, 0-X2, 0-X3, and
0-X4. The following five-digit classifications have been set up in 0-X6, 0-X7,
and 0-X8. Only titles are listed here. Definitions will be found on the pages
immediately following, where each classification at the finest level of breakdown
is presented in complete form.
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20 0-X Classifications

0-X6.0 INSTRUCTIVE SERVICE WORK
0-XO.00 General Education
0-X6.01 Commercial Education
0-X6.03 Agricultural Education
0-X6.04 Vocational Education
0-X6.06 Physical Education
0-X6.1 SOCIAL SERVICE WORK
0-X6.10 Social Research
0-X6.12 Social Welfare Work
0-X6.14 Guidance and Advisory Work
0-X6.2 PROTECTIVE SERVICE WORK
0-X6.25 Protective Service Work*
0-X7.0 LABORATORY SCIENCE WORK
0-X7.02 Nursing and Medical Work
0-X7.03 Biochemical Work (n .e. c.)
0-X7.04 Materials Analysis
0-X7.1 BUSINESS RELATIONS WORK AND RELATED
0-X7.11 Accounting
0-X7.12 Legal Work
0-X7.15 Purchase and Sales Work
0-X7.3 GEOGRAPHICAL SCIENCE WORK
0-X7.30 Geographical Science Work*
0-X7.4 ENGINEERING AND RELATED
0-X7.41 Industrial Engineering
0-X7.42 Structural Engineering
0-X7.44 Mechanical Engineering
0-X7.48 Electrical Engineering
0-X7.49 Technical Control Work (Inspecting, Testing, Machine Operating, n. e. c.)
0-X7.7 DRAFTING AND RELATED
0-X7.72 Structural Drafting
0-X7.73 Landscape Drafting and Surveying
0-X7.74 Mechanical Drafting
0-X7.78 Electrical Drafting
0-X7.79 Misc. Technical Pattern and Lay-Out Work
0-X8.1 MANAGERIAL WORK, CAFS (Clerical, Administrative, Fiscal and Sales)
0-X8.10 Managerial Work, CAFS*
0-X8.2 MANAGERIAL WORK, PERSONAL SERVICE
0-X8.25 Managerial Work, Personal Service*
0-X8.3 MANAGERIAL WORK, GEOGRAPHICAL AND RELATED
0-X8.31 Farming Supervision
0-X8.39 Forestry, Logging Supervision
0-X8.4 MANAGERIAL WORK, INDUSTRIAL
0-X8.41 Managerial Work, Manufacturing
0-X8.42 Managerial Work, Construction and Mining
0-X8.46 Managerial Work, Processing
0-X8.49 Managerial Work, Transportation and Misc. Services
*To achieve uniformity in coding at the five-digit level these four-digit classifications have been
extended to five digits without change.






0-X1.2 Artistic Drawing 21


OCCUPATIONAL COMPOSITION OF THE O-X CLASSIFICATIONS


0-X1 ARTISTIC WORK
0-X1.2 ARTISTIC DRAWING AND RE-
LATED
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving the cre-
ation or reproduction of artistic designs on
flat surfaces by hand, using such tools as
brushes, pens, etching needles, pencils, or
crayons.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
0-44.26 Advertising-Lay-Out Man (pro-
fess. & kin.)
0-44.26 Art Lay-Out Man (print. & pub.)
0-04.41 Cartoonist (print. & pub.)
0-44.51 Cartoonist, Motion Pictures (mo-
tion pie.)
0-44.21 Catalog Illustrator (profess. &
kin.)
0-44.21 Commercial Artist, Illustrating
(profess. & kin.)
0-44.03 -Etcher, Hand V (profess. & kin.)
0-04.01 Painter IV (profess. & kin.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
0-46.87 Bank-Note Designer (gov. ser.)
0-04.01 Chargeman III (motion pic.)
0-04.01 Cover Designer (profess. & kin.)
0-44.41 Histological Illustrator (profess.
& kin.)
0-46.88 Industrial Designer (profess. &
kin.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
0-X1.3 Artistic Shaping; 0-X1.5 Artistic Ar-
ranging; 0-X7.7 Drafting and Related;
4-X6.506 Art Work (Brush, Spray or Pen).
0-X1.3 ARTISTIC SHAPING
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving the crea-
tion and shaping of artistic objects by
modeling or carving by hand or hand tools,
using such materials as plaster of Paris, clay,
wax, wood, or stone.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
0-04.31 Sculptor (profess. & kin.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
0-46.95 Memorial Designer (stonework)
0-44.62 Modeler II (brick & tile)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
0-X1.2 Artistic Drawing and Related; 0-X1.5
Artistic Arranging; 0-X7.7 Drafting and
Related; 4-X6.337 Stone Cutting, Carving;
4-X6.348 Plastic Material Forming.
0-X1.5 ARTISTIC ARRANGING
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving the ar-
rangement of objects and materials to


achieve artistic or decorative effects for
apparel, interiors, photographic composi-
tion, or other types of artistic creation.


ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
0-46.01 Clothes Designer (profess.
kin.)
0-43.30 Display Man II (ret. tr.)
0-43.60 Floral Designer (ret. tr.)
0-46.03 Hat Designer (ret. tr.)
0-43.40 Interior Decorator (profess.
kin.)
0-43.30 Window Trimmer (ret. tr.)


&



&


NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
0-46.32 Director, Art II (motion pie.)
0-56.11 Photographer, Commercial (pro-
fess. & kin.)
0-56.21 Photographer, Portrait (profess.
& kin.)
0-46.32 Stage-Scenery Designer (amuse.
& rec.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
0-X1.2 Artistic Drawing and Related;
0-X1.3 Artistic Shaping; 4-X6.3 Bench
Crafts; 4-X6.5 Graphic Art Work.

0-X2 MUSICAL WORK
0-X2.1 MUSICAL WORK, CREATIVE
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving the com-
positiofn, arrangement, or direction of instru-
mental or vocal music. (Band leaders
whose abilities are adequately expressed in
terms of a particular musical instrument
should be classified only in terms of that
instrument.)
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
0-24.42 Arranger (profess. & kin.)
0-24.23 Chorus Master (amuse. & rec.)
0-24.41 Composer II (profess. & kin.)
7-56.610 Copyist I (amuse. & rec.; radio
broad.)
0-24.25 Orchestra Leader (amuse. & rec.)
0-24.43 Orchestrator (profess. & kin.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
0-X2.5 Musical Work, Vocal; 0-X2.6 Musical
Work, Instrumental.
0-X2.5 MUSICAL WORK, VOCAL
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving musical
expression by means of the human voice.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
0-24.05 Character Singer (amuse. & rec.)
0-24.02 Concert Singer (amuse. & rec.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
0-X2.1 Musical Work, Creative; 0-X2.6
Musical Work, Instrumental.






22 0-X2.6 Musical Work, Instrumental


0-X2.6 MUSICAL WORK, INSTRUMEN-
TAL
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving musical
expression by means of stringed, percussion,
wind, or other musical instruments.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
0-24.12 Accompanist (amuse. & rec.)
0-24.12 Organist (amuse. & rec.)
0-24.12 Violinist (amuse. & rec.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
0-X2.1 Musical Work, Creative; 0-X2.5 Musi-
cal Work, Vocal.

0-X3 LITERARY WORK
0-X3.1 CREATIVE WRITING AND
TRANSLATING
Persons having the qualifications necessary
for entry into work involving the original
writing, adaptation, or translation of prose,
poetry, or other written material, excepting
the writing of advertising copy or journal-
istic reporting.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
0-06.22 Collaborator (amuse. & rec.;pro-
fess. & kin.)
0-06.23 Continuity Writer I (amuse. &
rec.; motion pic.)
0-06.04 Literary Writer (profess. & kin.)
0-06.C5 Playwright (profess. & kin.)
0-06.06 Poet (profess. & kin.)
0-06.34 Scenario Writer (motion pic.)
0-06.32 Script Writer (radio broad.)
0-68.32 Translator (profess. & kin.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
0-X3.5 Copy Writing and Journalism.
0-X3.5 COPY WRITING AND JOUR-
NALISM
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving the writ-
ing of promotional material to induce a de-
sired action, attitude, or opinion, or the re-
porting, editing, or interpretation of facts,
events, or opinions of current interest.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
0-06.94 Copy Writer (profess. & kin.)
#0-06.71 Correspondent III (print. & pub.;
radio broad.)
0-06.71 Reporter (print. & pub.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS: (On small
publications many of these also offer oppor-
tunities for entry.)
0-81.04 Advertising Man (ret. tr.)
0-06.92 Copy Reader (print. & pub.)
0-06.43 Editor, City (print. & pub.)
0-06.44 Editor, Department (print. &
pub.)-all kinds
0-06.45 Editor, Editorial Page (print. &
pub.)


0-06.46
0-06.47

0-06.48
0-06.25
0-06.51
0-06.52
0-06.53

0-06.54
0-06.97

0-06.93


Editor, Magazine (print. & pub.)
Editor, Managing, New-paper
(print. & pub.)
Editor, News I (print. & pub.)
Editor, News II (radio broad.)
Editor, Newspaper (print. & pub.)
Editor, Telegraph (print. & pub.)
Editor, Trade-or-Technical Pub-
lication (print. & pub.)
Editorial Writer (print. & pub.)
Public-Relations Man I (profess.
& kin.)
Rewrite Man II (print. & pub.)


RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
0-X3.1 Creative Writing and Translating;
0-X7.15 Purchase and Sales Work.


0-X4 ENTERTAINMENT
WORK

0-X4.2 ENTERTAINMENT WORK,
ORAL
Persons having the qualifi-,ations neces-
sary for entry into work which requires pri-
marily the use of spoken words to amuse,
entertain, or inform others.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
0-02.11 Actor (amuse. & rec.)
0-69.21 Commercial Announcer (radio
broad.)
0-02.25 Dramatic Reader (amuse. & rec.)
0-69.21 Radio Announcer (radio broad.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS.
0-97.75 Director, Progranm II (radio
broad.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
0-X2.5 Musical Work, Vocal.
0-X4.4 ENTERTAINMENT WORK,
RHYTHMIC
Persons having the qualifications necessary
for entry into work involving the use of such
forms of rhythmic expression as ballet or
ballroom dancing.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
0-45.21 Chorus Girl (amuse. & rec.)
0-45.11 Dancer (amuse. & rec.)

RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
0-X2 Musical Work.

0-X4.9 ENTERTAINMENT WORK
(n. e. c.)
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work which involves
amusing, entertaining, or informing others
by some physical demonstration such as jug-
gling, riding, sleight-of-hand, or pantomime.





0-X6.0 Instructive Service Work 23


ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
0-62.05 Magician (amuse. & rec.)
0-66.02 Sound-Effects Man (r a d i o
broad.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
0-X2 Musical Work.


0-X6 PUBLIC SERVICE WORK

0-X6.0 Instructive Service Work

0-X6.00 GENERAL EDUCATION
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work which involves
teaching or instructing others in one or more
subjects of a general academic curriculum
or in matters of general cultural significance.

ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:*
0-32.98 Governess (dom. ser.)
0-23.20 Librarian I (library)
1-20.01 Librarian Assistant (library)
0-31.01 Teacher, English (education)
0-30.11 Teacher, Grade or Grammar
School (education)
0-31.01 Teacher, High School (educa-
tion)
0-31.01 Teacher, History (education)
0-31.01 Teacher, Home Economics (edu-
cation)
0-30.02 Teacher, Kindergarten (educa-
tion)
0-30.02 Teacher, Nursery School (educa-
tion)
0-32.20 Tutor (education)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
0-11.20 Dean (education)
0-11.50 Instructor, College or University
(education)
0-11.50 Professor, College or University
(education)
0-31.10 Superintendent, Schools (educa-
tion)
0-11.50 Teacher, College or University
(education)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 0-X6.0 Instruc-
tive Service Work; 0-X6.1 Social Service
Work; 0-X8.10 Managerial Work, CAFS;
2-X3 Child Care.

0-X6.01 COMMERCIAL EDUCATION
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work which involves
teaching or instructing others in one or more
subjects pertaining to commercial, office, or
business practice.
*The entry or non-entry character of many of
the occupations related to 0-X6.0 is determined
by the requirements of the educational institu-
tions concerned.


ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
#0-31.01 Instructor, Typing (educa-
tion)
0-31.01 Teacher, Commercial (educa-
tion)
0-31.01 Teacher, Stenography (educa-
tion)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 0-X6.0 Instructive
Service Work; 0-X7.1 Business Relations
Work; 0-X8.10 Managerial Work, CAFS;
all classifications in 1-X.
0-X6.03 AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work which involves
teaching or instructing others in agricultural
methods, promoting interest in agriculture,
and the development of agricultural stand-
ards.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
0-12.20 County-Agricultural Agent (gov.
ser.)
1-48.24 Field-Contact Man (dairy prod.)
0-12.10 Four-H Agent (gov. ser.)
0-31.01 Teacher, Agriculture, High
School (education)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 0-X6.0 Instruc-
tive Service Work; 0-X7.3 Geographical
Science Work; 0-X8.31 Farming Supervision
and Related; 3-X1 Farming.
0-X6.04 VOCATIONAL EDUCATION
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work which involves
teaching or training others to do types of
industrialized or related work.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
0-31.01 Instructor, Electrical School
(education)
#0-32.04 Occupational Therapist (med-
ical ser.)
#0-32.30 Teacher, Vocational Training
(education)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 0-X6.0 Instructive
Service Work; 0-X7.4 Engineering and Re-
lated; 0-X7.7 Drafting and Related; all
classifications in 4-X which may be related,
on the basis of occupational similarities.

0-X6.06 PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND
RELATED
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work which involves
teaching or instructing others in the prin-
ciples of physical development, directing
physical activities, or conducting physical
training or exercises in programs associated
with schools, camps, or playgrounds.





24 0-X6.1 Social Service Work


ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
0-57.41 Instructor, Physical (education)
0-57.41 Instructor, Swimming (educa-
tion)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 0-X6.0 Instructive
Service Work; 0-X7.02 Nursing and Medical
Work; 2-X3 Child Care.
0-X6.1 Social Service Work
0-X6.10 SOCIAL RESEARCH
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving the de-
velopment of social plans, techniques, and
methods through experimentation and re-
search.


ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
0-39.15 Economic Research
(profess. & kin.)


Assistant


NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS: (Entry ap-
plicants may also find opportunities for em-
ployment as AIDES, ASSISTANTS, or
JUNIOR workers in other fields of work
listed below.)
0-39.14 Economist (profess. & kin.)
0-68.72 Job Analyst (profess. & kin.)
0-39.17 Psychologist (profess. & kin.)
0-39.18 Sociologist (profess. & kin.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
0-X6.0 Instructive Service Work; 0-X6.12
Social Welfare Work; 0-X6.14 Guidance and
Advisory Work; 0-X7.1 Business Relations
Work; 0-X8.1 Managerial Works, CAFS.
0-X6.12 SOCIAL WELFARE WORK
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work which involves
serving others in the capacity of counselor,
agent, or guide in the solution of problems
relating to their general welfare.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS :
#0-27.50 Case Aide (profess. & kin.)
#0-27.20 Case Worker (profess. & kin.)
#0-27.20 Child-Welfare Worker (pro-
fess. & kin.)
#0-27.40 Counselor, Camp (profess. &
kin.)
#0-27.40 Group Worker (profess. & kin.)
0-52.91 Hearing Tester (education)
0-27.20 Home Visitor (profess. & kin.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
#0-27.21 Case Supervisor (profess. &
kin.)
0-39.17 Clinical Psychologist (medical
ser.)
#0-27.06 Director, Playground (profess.
& kin.)
#0-27.11 Director, Welfare (any ind.)
0-39.17 Psychologist, Child (profess. &
kin.)


#0-27.01 Social-Work Consultant (pro-
fess. & kin.)
#0-27.01 Social Worker, Psychiatric
(medical ser.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
0-X6.0 Instructive Service Work: 0-X6.10
Social Research; 0-X6.14 Guidance and Ad-
visory Work; 0-X6.2 Protective Service
Work; 0-X8.10 Managerial Work, CAFS.

0-X6.14 GUIDANCE AND ADVISORY
WORK
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work which involves
serving others by giving information and
counsel in matters of vocational preparation.
placement, occupational adjustment, and
other personal decisions and procedures.
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS: (Entry ap-
plicants usually find employment as AS-
SISTANTS or JUNIOR workers.)
0-68.71 Employment Interviewer (pro-
fess. & kin.)
0-39.84 Personnel Counselor (profess. &
kin.)
0-99.32 Registrar, College or University
(education)
0-39.84 Vocational Adviser (profess. &
kin.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
0-X6.0 Instructive Service Work: 0-X6.10
Social Research; 0-X6.12 Social Welfare
Work; 0-X7.41 Industrial Engineering and
Related; 0-X8.10 Managerial Work, CAPS.

0-X6.2 Protective Service Work

0-X6.25 PROTECTIVE SERVICE WORK
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work which involves
maintaining order and enforcing laws, regu-
lations, practices, and codes governing mo-
rality, sanitation, immigration, traffic, fire
prevention and control, and similar work of
a protective nature.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:


0-95.94
2-61.04
2-61.04
0-94.22

.0-95.04
2-65.01
2-65.02
0-66.33

#2-63.10
0-95.12
2-61.21

2-61.11


Cattle Inspector (gov. ser.)
Coin-Car Guard (banking)
Coin-Vault Guard (banking)
Customs-Collector A ss i s t a n t
(gov. ser.)
Customs Verifier (gov. ser.)
Detective I (any ind.)
Detective II (any ind.)
Fingerprint Classifier (go v.
ser.)
Fireman III (any ind.)
Fish Inspector II (gov. ser.)
Guard, Institution (gov. ser.)-
all kinds
Lifeguard (amuse. & rec.)








0-95.92 Plant-Quarantine Inspector (gov.
ser. )
2-66.23 Policeman (gov. ser.)-all kinds
2-66.24 Policewoman (gov. ser.) -all
kinds
2-65.02 Special Officer, Automat (hotel &
rest.)

NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
0-66.31 Ballistic Expert (gov. ser.)
0-66.32 Bertillion Expert (gov. ser.)
0-95.03 Customs Appraiser (gov. ser.)
0-94.22 Customs Collector (gov. ser.)
0-95.01 Customs Inspector (gov. ser.)-
all kinds
2-66.12 Detective III (gov. ser.)-all
kinds.
2-66.02 Detective Chief (gov. ser.)-all
kinds.
2-63.20 Fire Marshall (any ind.)-all
kinds.
0-95.11 Food and Drug Inspector (gov.
ser.)
0-95.91 Immigration Inspector (gov. ser.)
0-95.05 Merchandise Examiner (go v.
ser.)
2-66.06 Police Chief II (gov. ser.)-all
kinds
2-66.05 Police Commissioner II (gov.
ser.)
2-66.04 Police Inspector II (gov. ser.)
2-66.03 Police Inspector III (gov. ser.)
2-66.01 Police Officer (gov. ser.)--all
kinds
0-99.84 Prison Warden (gov. ser.)
0-95.93 Safety Inspector II (gov. ser.)
0-95.16 Sanitary Inspector (gov. ser.)
0-39.94 Traffic Engineer (gov. ser.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
0-X6.12 Social Welfare Work; 0-X6.06 Phys-
ical Education and Related; 0-X7.12 Legal
Work; 2-X5 Personal Service; 3-X9.94 For-
est Preservation and Related; 6-X2.290
Property and Equipment Watching.

0-X7 TECHNICAL WORK

0-X7.0 Laboratory Science Work

0-X7.02 NURSING AND MEDICAL
WORK
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work requiring training
in medicine or nursing and the ability to
apply this training in controlled situations
involving the treatment of persons or ani-
mals for the care, cure, or prevention of dis-
ease or injuries.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
0-50.07 Dental Hygienist (medical ser.)
0-52.81 Electrotherapist (per. ser.)
2-38.10 First-Aid Attendant (any ind.)
#0-33.27 Nurse, Student (medical ser,)


0-X7.0 Laboratory Science Work 25


0-50.03 Oxygen-Therapy-Equipment
Technician (medical ser.)
1-32.20 Physician's Assistant (medical
ser.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
0-26.20 Anesthetist (medical ser.)
0-26.10 Aurist (medical ser.)
0-26.10 Cardiologist (medical ser.)
0-42.10 Chiropractor (medical ser.)
0-94.93 Coroner (gov. ser.)
0-13.10 Dentist (medical ser.)-all kinds
0-26.10 Dermatologist (medical ser.)
0-26.10 General Practitioner (medical
ser.)
0-26.10 Gynecologist (medical ser.)
0-26.10 Health Officer, County (gov. ser.)
0-26.30 Interne (medical ser.)
0-26.10 Laryngologist (medical ser.)
0-26.10 Medical Examiner (medical ser.)
0-26.10 Neurologist (medical ser.)
#0-33.36 Nurse, Clinic (medical ser.)
#0-33.17 Nurse, Head (medical ser.)
#0-33.42 Nurse, Industrial (medical ser.)
#0-33.25 Nurse, Office (medical ser.)
#0-33.36 Nurse, Operating Room (medical
ser.)
#0-33.28 Nurse, Private (medical ser.)
#0-33.42 Nurse, Public Health (medical
ser. )-all kinds
#0-33.42 Nurse, School (medical ser.)
#0-33,36 Nurse, Special II (medical ser.)--
all kinds
#0-33.26 Nurse, Staff (medical ser.)
#0-33.42 Nurse, Visiting (medical ser.)
0-26.10 Obstetrician (medical ser.)
0-26.10 Oculist (medical ser.)
0-53.10 Optometrist (profess. & kin.)
0-26.10 Orthopedic Surgeon (medical
ser.)
#0-39.96 Osteopath (medical ser.)
0-26.10 Pathologist (medical ser.)
0-26.10 Pediatrician (medical ser.)
#0-52.22 Physical Therapist (medical ser.)
0-26.10 Physician (medical ser.)
0-26.10 Physician, Research (medical
ser.)
0-52.01 Podiatrist (medical ser.)
0-26.10 Psychiatrist (medical ser.)
0-26.10 Public-Health Officer (gov. ser.)
0-26.10 Roentgenologist (medical ser.)
0-34.10 Small-Animal Specialist (medi-
cal ser.)
0-26.10 Surgeon (medical ser.)
0-26.10 Surgical Pathologist (medical
ser.)
0-26.10 Urologist (medical ser.)
0-34.10 Veterinarian (medical ser.)
2-42.60 Veterinary-Hospital Attendant
(medical ser.)
0-34.10 Veterinary Pathologist (medical
ser.)
0-34.10 Veterinary Surgeon (medical
ser.)
0-50.04 X-Ray Technician I (medical
ser.)





26 0-X7.0 Laboratory Science Work


RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 0-X7.0 Laboratory
Science Work; 0-X6.06 Physical Education
and Related; 0-X6.12 Social Welfare Work;
2-X5.6 Adult Care.
0-X7.03 BIOCHEMICAL WORK (n. e. c.)
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work requiring a knowl-
edge of one or more sciences dealing with
foods, drugs, and cellular structures, and
having the ability to apply such knowledge
in controlled situations of laboratory an-
alysis for the prevention of disease or the
maintenance and promotion of health in
plant or animal life. (Note: Assignment of
this classification is indicated by interest and
achievement in such school subjects as:
chemistry-biology in combination, phar-
macy, bacteriology, and food testing.)
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
3-48.91 Agricultural Aide (agric.)
0-50.22 Bacteriology Technician (pro-
fess. & kin.)
3-48.92 Biological Aide (agric.)
3-48.92 Biological Man (grain & feed
mill)
0-50.25 Cream Tester (dairy prod.)
0-50.46 Laboratory Tester II (dairy
prod.; ice cream)
0-50.01 Medical Technician (medical
ser.)
0-50.01 Office Assistant, Doctor's Labora-
tory (profess. & kin.)
0-50.01 Pathological Technican (profess.
& kin.)
0-50.02 Pharmaceutical Laboratory As-
sistant (profess. & kin.)
0-50.23 Scientific Helper (profess. & kin.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
0-39.54 Agronomist (profess. & kin.)
0-39.36 Bacteriologist (profess. & kin.)
0-39.36 Bacteriologist, Veterinary (pro-
fess. & kin.)
0-50:24 Benchman VIII (sugar)
0-39.31 Biologist (profess. & kin.)
0-07.02 Chemist (can. & preserve )
0-07.02 Chemist (dairy prod.)
0-07.02 Chemist (grain & feed mill.)
0--07.02 Chemist, Biological (profess. &
kin.)
0-07.02 Chemist, Food (profess. & kin.)
0-07.02 Chemist, Nutritional (profess. &
kin.)
0-07.02 Chemist, Pharmaceutical (pro-
fess. & kin.)
0-07.02 Chemist, Physiological (profess.
& kin.)
0-39.36 Dairy Sampler (agric. & hortic.
ser.)
0-50.45 Dairy Tester I (agric. & hortic.
ser.)
0-50.92 Dairy Tester II (medical ser.)
0-39.93 Dietitian (profess. & kin.)
0-39.65 Entomologist (profess. & kin.)


0-07.02 Food Analyst (gov. ser.)
0-39.36 Food Bacteriologist (gov. ser.)
0-39.36 Immunologist (profess. & kin.)
0-07.02 Laboratory Director (dairy
prod.)
0-39.72 Nematologist (profess. & kin.)
0-39.71 Parasitologist (profess. & kin.)
0-25.10 Pharmaceutical Botanist (pro-
fess. & kin.)
1-85.33 Pharmaceutical Detail Man
(whole. tr.)
0-25.10 Pharmacist (profess. & kin.)
0-07.91 Pharmacognosist (profess. &
kin.)
0-39.37 Plant Pathologist (profess. &
kin.)
#0-66.41 Sanitary Technician (profess. &
kin.)
0-66.93 Seed Analyst (profess. & kin.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 0-X7.0 Laboratory
Science Work; 0-X7.3 Geographical Science
Work; 4-X6.38 Inspecting and Testing.

0-X7.04 MATERIALS ANALYSIS AND
RELATED
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work requiring a knowl-
edge of chemical, physical, metallurgical, or
other types of analysis and testing methods
dealing usually with molecular structures.
and having the ability to apply technical
knowledge in analyzing and testing materials
for such purposes as regulating and con-
trolling the quality of an industrial product:
discovering new materials of commercial or
scientific value: and determining composi-
tion of various materials. (Note: Assign-
ment of this classification is indicated by in-
terest and achievement in such school sub-
jects as: chemistry-physics in combination.
industrial chemistry, applied chemistry. and
molecular physics.)
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
0-50.22 Chemical Laboratorian. Junior
(textile)
0-50.22 Chemist, Assistant II (profess. &
kin.)
0-50.42 Cloth Tester. Quality (textile)
0-50.33 Grey-Goods Tester (textile)
0-50.22 Laboratory Assistant I (hosiery:
textile)
6-55.920 Tester Helper (petrol. refin.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
0-07.21 Assayer (profess. & kin.)
0-50.34 Badger-Type-Distillation Opera-
tor (petrol. refin.)
0-07.03 Chemist (petrol. refin.)
0-07.03 Chemist (turp. & rosin)
0-07.21 Chemist, Foundry (found.)
0-07.21 Chemist, Inorganic (profess. &
kin.)
0-07.21 Chemist, Metallurgical (profess.
& kin.)





0-X7.1 Business Relations Work 27


0-07.03 Chemist, Organic (profess. &
kin.)
0-07.04 Chemist, Physical (profess. &
kin.)
0-07.03 Chemist, Specialty Testing (pe-
trol. refin.)
0-07.03 Chemist, Textile (profess. & kin.)
0-50.32 Cloth Tester (garment)
0-50.34 Column Man (petrol. refin.)
0-50.34 Crude-Column Operator (petrol.
refin.)
0-07.22 Formula Man II (leather mfg.)
0-50.34 Fuel-Research Engine Operator
(petrol. refin.)
0-50.34 Gas Tester II (petrol. refin.)
0-50.22 Laboratory Sampler (iron &
steel)
0-07.31 Metallurgist I (jewelry)
0-07.32 Metallurgist II (profess. & kin.)
5-22.130 Ore Grader (metal mining)
0-50.38 Paint Tester (paint & varn.)
0-39.48 Physicist (profess. & kin.)
0-50.34 Tester (petrol. refin.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 0-X7.0 Laboratory
Science Work; 0-X7.4 Engineering and Re-
lated; 4-X6.38 Inspecting and Testing.

0-X7.1 Business Relations Work
and Related

0-X7.11 ACCOUNTING AND RELATED
WORK
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work which requires the
application of principles of accounting, cost
analysis, or statistical analysis to problems
of fiscal management, auditing, or statistical
research.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
0-01.10 Accountant, Junior (profess. &
kin.)
0-28.50 Actuary Assistant (insurance)
0-28.20 Statistical-Research Assistant
(profess. & kin.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
0-01.20 Accountant, Audit (profess. &
kin.)
0-01.10 Accountant, Cost (profess. &
kin.)
0-01.20 Accountant, General (profess. &
kin.)-all kinds
0-01.30 Accountant, Public (profess. &
kin.)
0-01.40 Accountant, Tax (profess. &
kin.)
0-94.92 Assessor (gov. ser.)
0-01.60 Auditor (profess. & kin.)
0-01.50 Budget Engineer (light, heat, &
power)
0-01.70 Controller (profess. & kin:)
0-68.64 Estimator IV (profess. & kin.)
0-28.10 Statistician (profess. & kin.)-
all kinds


RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 0-X7.1 Business
Relations Work; 0-X6.01 Commercial Edu-
cation ; 0-X6.10 Social Research; 1-X1
Computing Work.

0-X7.12 LEGAL WORK
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work requiring a knowl-
edge of municipal, county, state, or federal
laws, regulations, court decisions, and other
legal data, and having the ability to inter-
pret this knowledge in such activities as
conducting criminal or civil law suits,
drawing up legal documents, and advising
clients concerning their legal rights and
obligations.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
0-68.48 Law Clerk (profess. & kin.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS :


0-68.45
0-22.10
0-68.43
0-22.40

0-22.50
0-22.70
1-48.21
0-94.33
0-22.10


Abstractor (profess. & kin.)
Claim Man (petrol. production)
Copyright Expert (radio broad.)
District Attorney (gov. ser.)-
all kinds
Judge (gov. ser.)--all kinds
Law Examiner (gov. ser.)
Leaseman I (petrol. production)
Registrar-in-Chancery (gov. ser.)
Tax Agent (tel. & tel.)


RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 0-X7.1 Business
Relations Work; 0-X6.25 Protective Service
Work; 1-X2 Recording Work; 1-X5 Public
Contact Work.

0-X7.15 PURCHASE AND SALES WORK
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work which requires a
knowledge of contracts, credit, marketing
conditions, and applied psychology in order
to buy or sell services or material or to de-
velop sales and advertising campaigns.
Workers need not possess the artistic ability
necessary to produce advertising displays.
but must frequently possess a technical
knowledge of special kinds of materials.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
0-91.60 Barrel Appraiser cooperagee)
#0-91.80 Buy-Boat Operator (fish.)
0-74.12 Buyer Assistant II (ret. tr.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:


0-74.11
#0-91.62
#0-91.63
1-52.21

#1-48.27
0-91.60
0-91.60
0-19.04
#0-98.63


Buyer II (ret. tr.; whole. tr.)
Buyer, Cream (dairy prod.)
Buyer, Grain (whole. tr.)
Commission Man, Agricultural
Produce (whole. tr.)
Field Man II (can. & preserve )
Log Buyer (sawmill)
Purchasing Agent (any ind.)
Sales Engineer (whole. tr.)
Steward, Port (water trans.)





28 0-X7.3 Geographical Science Work


RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 0-X7.1 Business
Relations Work; 0-X1 Artistic Work; all
classifications in 1-X Clerical and Sales
Work; classifications in 4-X and 6-X which
indicate a knowledge of a particular product
or material.

0-X7.3 Geographical Science Work
0-X7.30 GEOGRAPHICAL S C I E N C E
WORK
Persons having the qualifications necessary
for entry into work requiring a technical
knowledge of one or more of those sciences
which treat of external or internal condi-
tions of the earth in its relation to organic
Sor inorganic materials. Workers must typi-
.cally make practical application of their
knowledge from accurate observation of such
things as: soils, animals, plants, trees, for-
age crops, rainfall, cloud formations, or
astronomical bodies.
:ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
1-49.85 Cooperative Observer (gov. ser.)
#1-48.20 Field Man III (can. & preserve )
#0-68.24 Forester Aide (gov. ser.)
0-38.01 Forester, Junior (gov. ser.)
,0-38.04 Range Examiner, Junior (gov.
ser.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
0-68.14 Cruiser (logging)
0-68.03 Dairy Husbandman (agric.)
4-71.220 Diamond Expert (jewelry)
0-68.16 Fire Assistant (gov. ser.)
0-38.01 Forester (profess. & kin.)
0-68.11 Forestry Technician (gov. ser.)
0-39.45 Geologist (profess. & kin.)
0-95.13 Grain Inspector (gov. ser.)
0-39.51 Meteorologist (profess. & kin.)
0-39.56 Seismologist (profess. & kin.)
0-38.01 Silviculturist (profess. & kin.)
0-38.02 Timber-Culture Assistant (gov.
ser.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
0-X7.0 Laboratory Science Work; 0-X6.03
Agricultural Education; 0-X8.3 Managerial
Work, Geographical; all classifications in
:3-X Agricultural, Marine, and Forestry
Work.

!O-X7.4 Engineering and Related
0-X7.41 INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING
AND RELATED
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work requiring a knowl-
edge of industrial organization and a variety
of industrialized processes, and the ability
to facilitate the work of an industry through
such activities as designing products, plan-
ning procedures, and devising or arranging
equipment or work to eliminate wasteful or
unsafe practices or to increase production.


NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS: (Entry ap-
plicants usually find employment as AIDES.
ASSISTANTS, or JUNIOR workers.)
0-15.11 Brickmaker II (brick & tile)
0-15.11 Ceramic Engineer (profess. &
kin.)
0-15.01 Chemical Engineer (profess. &
kin.)
0-46.91 Cloth Designer (profess. & kin.)
0-18.01 Factory Lay-Out Man (profess.
& kin.)
0-18.01 Industrial Engineer (profess. &
kin.)
0-20.01 Mining Engineer (anth. coal
mining; bit. coal mining:
metal mining)
0-20.11 Petroleum Engineer (profess. &
kin.)
#0-97.53 Routeman III (ship & boat bldg.
& rep.)
0-18.03 Safety Engineer I (anth. coal
mining; bit. coal mining;
metal mining)
0-18.01 Safety Engineer II (profess. &
kin.)
#0-19.91 Salvage Engineer (profess. &
kin.)
1-48.22 Scout II (petrol. production)
0-18.01 Time-Study Engineer (profess. &
kin.)
0-68.73 Time-Study Man II (profess. &
kin.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 0-X7.4 Engineer-
ing and Related; 0-X8.4 Managerial Work.
Industrial; 1-X1.1 Computing Work; 1-X2.0
General Recording Work.
0-X7.42 STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING
AND RELATED
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work requiring a knowl-
edge of stresses, strains, and other physical
properties of structural materials. Workers
must have the ability to apply such knowl-
edge in the development and efficient execu-
tion of plans for the construction of such
things as buildings, highways, bridges, dams,
ships, or aircraft.
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS: (Entry ap-
plicants usually find employment as AIDES.
ASSISTANTS, or JUNIOR workers.)
#0-19.03 Airplane Designer (aircraft mfg.)
0-03.30 Architect, Marine (profess. &
kin.)
0-16.01 Architectural Engineer (profess.
& kin.)
0-16.01 Architectural Engineer, Chief
(profess. & kin.)
0-79.03 Boiler Inspector II (profess. &
kin.)
0-16.01 Building-Construction Engineer
(const.)
0-79.01 Building-Construction Inspect,_,r
(const.)





0-X7.4 Engineering and Related 29


0-16.01 City-Planning Engineer (gov.
ser.)
0-16.01 Civil Engineer (profess. & kin.)
0-16.01 Construction Engineer (const.)
0-79.01 Construction Inspector (const.)
0-99.21 Contractor II (const.)
0-79.01 Ditch Inspector (const.)
0-16.01 Highway Engineer (const.)
0-79.01 Highway Inspector (const.)
#5-05.511 Hull Inspector (ship & boat
bldg. & rep.)
0-16.01 Hydraulic Engineer (profess. &
kin.)
0-16.01 Irrigation Engineer (agric.)
0-16.01 Maintenance-Construction Engi-
neer (profess. & kin.)
0-79.01 Masonry Inspector (const.)
0-79.01 Reinforced-Concrete Inspector
(const.)
0-16.01 Right-of-Way Engineer (light,
heat, & power; tel. & tel.)
0-79.01 Rivet Inspector I' (const.)
0-79.01 Rod Inspector (const.)
0-16.01 Sanitary Engineer (gov. ser.)
0-68.61 Specifications Writer, Engineer-
ing (profess. & kin.)
0-16.01 Structural Engineer (const.)
0-79.01 Structural-Steel Inspector
(const.)
0-79.01 Tunnel-Heading Inspector
(const.)

RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 0-X7.4 Engineer-
ing and Related; 0-X7.7 Drafting and Re-
lated; 4-X6.2 Structural Crafts.

0-X7.44 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
AND RELATED
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work requiring a techni-
cal knowledge of the design and efficient op-
eration of machinery and mechanical
equipment.

ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
0-19.02 Mechanical Engineer, Junior
(profess. & kin.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS: (Entry ap-
plicants also find employment as AIDES, AS-
SISTANTS, or JUNIOR workers.)
0-19.01 Air-Conditioning Engineer (pro-
fess. & kin.)
0-19.01 Automotive Engineer (automfg.)
0-19.01 Combustion Engineer I (bit. coal
mining)
0-19.01 Combustion Engineer II (profess.
& kin.)
0-19.01 Desig n Engineer, Mechanical
(profess. & kin.)
0-19.01 Factory Lay-Out Man (profess. &
kin.)
#0-48.41 Gage Designer (profess. & kin.)
0-19.01 Gas-Distribution Engineer (light,
heat, & power)


0-19.01

0-19.01

0-19.01

0-19.01

0-19.01

0-19.01

0-19.01
0-19.01

#0-19.01

0-19.01

#0-19.05


Heating Engineer (light, heat, &
power)
Installation Engineer (profess. &
kin.)
Internal-Combustion-Engine De-
signer (profess. & kin.)
Machinery and Tool Designer
(profess. & kin.)
Marine Engineer I (profess. &
kin.)
Mechanical Engineer (profess. &
kin.)
Plant Engineer (profess. & kin.)
Refrigeration Engineer II (pro-
fess. & kin.)
Sheet-Metal Engineer (sheet
metal)
Ventilating Engineer (profess. &
kin.)
Welding Engineer (profess. &
kin.)


RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 0-X7.4 Engineer-
ing and Related; 0-X7.7 Drafting and Re-
lated; 4-X2 Machine Trades.

0-X7.48 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
AND RELATED
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving the de-
sign and construction of equipment for the
generation, transmission, distribution, stor-
age, and utilization of electrical energy.
The work may also involve operation of
electrical equipment when such operation
requires technical knowledge.
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS: (Entry ap-
plicants usually find employment as AIDES,
ASSISTANTS, or JUNIOR workers.)


0-17.01
0-17.02
0-61.10

0-66.03

0-66.03

0-17.01

0-17.01

0-17.01

0-61.50
0-17.01

0-17.01

0-17.01

0-61.20
0-17.01

0-17.01


Appraisal Engineer I (tel. & tel.)
Cable Engineer (tel. & tel.)
Control-Room Man (radio
broad.) -all kinds
Control Supervisor, Junior I
(radio broad.)
Control Supervisor, Senior I
(radio broad.)
Design Engineer, Electrical
(profess. & kin.)
Electrical Engineer (profess. &
kin.)
Electrical-Research En g i n e e r
(profess. & kin.)
Field Engineer (radio broad.)
Lighting Expert (light, heat, &
power)
Line-Construction Engineer (tel.
& tel.)
Power-Plant Engineer II (pro-
fess. & kin.)
Radio Dispatcher (gov. ser.)
Radio Engineer I (profess. &
kin.)
Radio Engineer II (radio broad.)





30 0-X7.7 Drafting


0-61.30 Radio Operator I (gov. ser.; ra-
dio broad.; water trans.)-all
kinds
#0-61.33 Radio Operator II (air trans.;
water trans.)-all kinds
#0-61.32 Radio Operator, Flight (air
trans.)
0-17.01 Radio Technician II (radio mfg.)
0-17.01 Sound Engineer (motion picture)
0-68.61 Specification Writer, Electrical
Devices (profess. & kin.)
#0-61.80 Transmitter Tester (radio mfg.)

RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 0-X7.4 Engineer-
ing and Related; 0-X7.7 Drafting and
Related; 4-X6.18 Electrical Repairing;
4-X6.308 Electrical Unit Assembling.

0-X7.49 TECHNICAL CONTROL WORK
(Inspecting, Testing, and Ma-
chine Operating, n. e. c.)
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into any one of several types
of specialized technical work which involves
the inspecting, testing, or operating of com-
plex machines or equipment requiring tech-
nical knowledge not ordinarily associated
with industrial, structural, mechanical, or
electrical engineering.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
0-56.43 Cameraman Assistant (motion
pic.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS: (Entry ap-
plicants also find employment as AIDES,
ASSISTANTS, CADETS, or JUNIOR work-
ers.)
0-41.10 Airplane Pilot, Commercial (air
trans.)
0-61.60 Airport-Control Operator (air
trans.)
0-56.41 Cameraman I (motion pie.)
0-06.28 Editor, Film (motion pic.)
5-76.030 Equipment Inspector I (r.r.
trans.)
#0-32.32 Instructor, Link Trainer (air
trans.)
#0-56.01 Photographer, Aerial (profess. &
kin.)
0-56.91 Photographer, Finish (amuse. &
rec.)
0-56.31 Photographer, News (print. &
pub.)
0-56.04 Photographer, X-Ray (medical
ser.)
#0-61.70 Photoradio Operator (radio
broad.)
0-66.15 Sound Cutter (motion pic.)
0-61.40 Studio Engineer (radio broad.)
0-41.10 Transport Pilot (air trans.)
#0-50.40 X-Ray Technician II (boilermak-
ing)


RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 0-X7.4 Engineer-
ing and Related: 0-XT.3 Geographical
Science Work; 4-X2 Machine Trades; 4-X6
Crafts.

0-X7.7 Drafting and Related

0-X7.72 STRUCTURAL DRAFTING AND
RELATED
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work requiring skill in
the use of drafting instruments and the abil-
ity to apply technical knowledge in the
development of plans or patterns for struc-
tural forms.
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS: (Entry ap-
plicants usually find employment as AP-
PRENTICES. AIDES, ASSISTANTS. HELP-
ERS, TRACERS, or JUNIOR workers.)


0-48.01
0-48.04

0-48.05

0-48.06

0-48.08

0-48.01

0-48.12

0-48.16
0-48.16

0-48.21

0-48.22

0-48.23

0-48.01

0-48.25


Detailer II (profess. & kin.)
Draftsman, Aeronautical (pro-
fess. & kin.)
Draftsman, Architectural (pro-
fess. & kin.)
Draftsman. Commercial (pro-
fess. & kin.)
Draftsman, Construction (pro-
fess. & kin.)
Draftsman, Detail (profess. &
kin.)
Draftsman, Heating and Venti-
lating (profess. & kin.)
Draftsman, Hull (profess. &kin.)
Draftsman, Marine (profess. &
kin.)
Draftsman, Mine (profess. &
kin.)
Draftsman, Plumbing (profess. &
kin.)
Draftsman, Refrigeration (pro-
fess. & kin.)
Draftsman, Ship Detail (profess.
& kin.)
Draftsman, Structural (profess.
kin).


#5-17.245 Loftsman III (aircraft mfg.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 0-X7.7 Drafting
and Related; 0-X7.4 Engineering and Re-
lated; 4-X6.2 Structural Crafts: 4-X6.313
Sheet Metal Work (Shop) ; 4-X6.320 All-
Around Cabinet, Pattern, or Model Making
(Wood).

0-X7.73 LANDSCAPE DRAFTING AND
SURVEYING
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work requiring a knowl-
edge of surveying and map making. Work-
ers usually are required to use drafting tools
and field instruments.






0-X7.7 Drafting 31


ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
0-64.50 Compass Man (logging)
7-87.200 Surveyor, Assistant II (any ind.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS: (Entry ap-
plicants may also find employment as AP-
PRENTICES, AI DE S, ASSISTANTS,
HELPERS, TRACERS, or JUNIOR workers
in the following occupations.)
0-48.13 Draftsman, Landscape (profess.
& kin.)
0-48.15 Draftsman, Map (profess. & kin.)
0-48.26 Draftsman, Topographical (pro-
fess. & kin.)
0-64.40 Geodetic Computer (gov. ser.)
0-64.30 Instrument Man III (profess. &
kin.)
0-64.10 Surveyor (profess. & kin.)
0-64.20 Surveyor, Assistant I (anth. coal
mining; bit. coal mining)
0-64.10 Surveyor, Deputy II (anth. coal
mining; bit. coal mining; metal
mining)
0-64.10 Surveyor, Marine (profess. &
kin.)
0-64.10 Surveyor, Mine (anth. coal min-
ing; bit. coal mining; metal
mining)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 0-X7.7 Drafting
and Related; 0-X7.42 Structural Engineer-
ing and Related; 4-X6.29 Excavating, Min-
ing, Grading, and Related; 6-X6.69 Miscel-
laneous Physical Work.

0-X7.74 MECHANICAL DRAFTING AND
RELATED
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work requiring skill'in
the use of drafting instruments and the
ability to apply technical knowledge in the
development of plans or patterns for ma-
chines, machine tools, or mechanical equip-
ment.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
0-48.31 Tracer IV (profess. & kin.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS: (Entry ap-
plicants also find employment as APPREN-
TICES, AIDES, ASSISTANTS, HELPERS,
or JUNIOR workers. The work of 0-48.01
Detailer II when it is concerned with me-
chanical principles may also be added to
this list.)
0-48.42 Die Designer (mach. shop)
0-48.18 Draftsman, Mechanical (profess.
& kin.)
0-48.18 Draftsman, Patent (profess. &
kin.)
0-48.16 Draftsman, Ship Engineering
(profess. & kin.)
0-48.18 Draftsman, Tool Design (profess.
& kin.)
0-48.41 Tool Designer (profess. & kin.)


RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 0-X7.7 Drafting
and Related; 0-X7.4 Engineering and Re-
lated; 4-X2 Machines Trades; 4-X6.313
Sheet Metal Work (Shop).

0-X7.78 ELECTRICAL DRAFTING AND
RELATED
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work requiring skill in
the use of drafting instruments and the abil-
ity to apply technical knowledge in the
development of plans or patterns for elec-
trical motors, transformers, instrument
panels, switchboards, wiring circuits, radio
equipment, or for other electrical installa-
tions.
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS: (Entry ap-
plicants usually find employment as AP-
PRENTICES, AIDES, ASSISTANTS.
HELPERS, TRACERS, or JUNIOR work-
ers.)
#0-68.65 Cable-Lay-Out Man (tel. & tel.)
0-48.11 Draftsman, Electrical (profess.
& kin.)

RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 0-X7.7 Draft-
ing and Related; 0-X7.4 Engineering and
Related; 4-X6.18 Electrical Repairing;
4-X6.308 Electrical Unit Assembling.

0-X7.79 MISCELLANEOUS TECHNICAL
PATTERN AND LAY-OUT
WORK
Persons having the qualifications necessary
for entry into work requiring skill in the use
of straight-edge rules, scribers, or other
drafting instruments, and the ability to apply
technical knowledge in the development of
plans or patterns for products which do not
require a knowledge of structural, mechani-
cal, or electrical principles.
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS: (Entry ap-
plicants usually find employment as AP-
PRENTICES or HELPERS.)


4-61.871

5-13.311
4-61.872
6-27.432

6-69.620
4-61.873


Designer and Patternmaker
(boot & shoe)
Lay-Out Man I (signs)
Patternmaker I (boot & shoe)
Pleat Patternmaker (trim. &
stamp, art goods)
Tracer VI (stonework)
Width Grader, Patterns (boot &
shoe)


RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 0-X7.7 Drafting
and Related; 4-X6.313 Sheet Metal Work
(Shop); 4-X6.320 All-Around Cabinet, Pat-
tern, or Model Making (Wood); 4-X6.35
Bench Work, Fabric, Leather, and Related.





32 0-X8.1 Managerial Work, CAFS


0-X8 MANAGERIAL WORK
0-X8.1 Managerial Work, CAFS
0-X8.10 MANAGERIAL WOR K, CAFS
(Clerical, Administrative, Fiscal,
Sales)
Persons having the qualifications necessary
for entry into work involving the supervising
and directing of people engaged in clerical,
sales, administrative, or fiscal activities of
offices, organizations, institutions, or other
public or private enterprises.
RELATED OCCUPATIONS: *
0-97.13 Chief Clerk I (any ind.)
0-39.81 Director, Educational (any ind.)
0-97.74 Director, Program I (radio
broad.)
0-68.75 Employee-Operations Examiner
(r. r. trans.)
#5-99.030 Foreman (gov. ser.)
2-36.30 Guide, Establishment (any ind.)
2-36.20 Guide, Sightseeing (per. ser.)
2-36.10 Guide, Travel (per. ser.)
0-39.82 Manager, Employment (any ind.)
0-99.84 Manager, Institution (any ind.)
0-97.12 Manager, Office I (any ind.)
0-39.83 Manager, Personnel I (any ind.)
0-97.61 Manager, Sales I (any ind.)
#1-38.50 Manager, Stockroom (any ind.)
#0-98.57 Municipal-Recreation Executive
(gov. ser.)
0-11.10 President, College or University
(education)
0-66.04 Production Man I (radio broad.)
0-88.41 Purser II (water trans.)
#1-23.13 Sample Distributor, Crew Super-
visor (clerical)
0-66.04 Special-Events Man (radio
broad.)
1-44.22 Station Agent (r. r. trans.)
0-97.61 Superintendent, Route (dairy
prod.)
#1-11.11 Supervisor III (clerical)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 0-X8 Managerial
Work; 0-X7.1 Business Relations Work; all
classifications in 1-X Clerical and Sales
Work.
0-X8.2 Managerial Work,
Personal Service
0-X8.25 MANAGERIAL W O R K, PER-
SONAL SERVICE
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving the su-
*It is impossible to present entry and non-
entry relationships accurately in 0-X8 since
entrance into Managerial Work is most fre-
quently from occupations in other major groups.
For this reason the fourth digits of the codes in
0-X8 are derived from the first digit of the major
group which includes the fields of work super-
vised. Thus 0-X8.1 includes managerial workers
who supervise Clerical and Sales Work (1-X)
and other closely related administrative activities.


pervising and directing of people engaged
in serving or performing personal services
for others.
RELATED OCCUPATIONS:


2-09.05
0-71.01
2-27.14

2-27.14

2-25.21
2-25.23
7-56.660

0-71.11
2-25.11


Butler II (dom. ser.)
Caterer II (per. ser.)
Floor Attendant, Cafeteria (hotel
& rest.)
Hostess, Restaurant or Coffee
Shop (hotel & rest.)
Housekeeper II (hotel & rest.)
Housekeeper III (hotel & rest.)
Jockey-Room Custodian (amuse.
& rec.)
Maitre d'Hotel II (hotel & rest.)
Superintendent, Service (hotel
& rest.)


RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
2-X1.2 Quantity Cooking; 2-X5 Personal
Service.

0-X8.3 Managerial Work,
Geographical

0-X8.31 FARMING SUPERVISION AND
RELATED
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving the or-
ganization and planning of farm operations
and the supervision of others engaged in
cultivating, raising, or harvesting crops or in
raising livestock and poultry.
RELATED OCCUPATIONS:
3-37.20 Crop Boss (agric.)
3-37.20 Farm Foreman (agric.)
3-37.20 Field Supervisor (agric.)
3-37.20 Foreman (agric.)
3-37.10 Manager, Farm (agric.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
0-X6.03 Agricultural Education; 0-X7.3
Geographical Science Work; 3-X1 Farm-
ing.

0-X8.39 FORESTRY AND LOGGING
.SUPERVISION AND RELATED
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work which involves the
organizing and planning of operations and
the supervision of persons engaged in pre-
serving or maintaining forests or extracting
forest products.
RELATED OCCUPATIONS:
5-94.120 Clearing Foreman (const.)
5-91.401 Foreman (logging)
5-91.411 Foreman (sawmill)
5-91.401 Hooker, Head (logging)
0-99.22 Jobber II (logging)
5-91.401 Loader, First (logging)
0-97.51 Superintendent Logging (log-
ging)
0-68.23 Suppression-Crew F o r e m a n
(gov. ser.)





0-X8.4 Managerial Work, Industrial 33


RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
0-X6.03 Agricultural Education; 0-X7.3
Geographical Science Work; 3-X9 Forestry
Work.

0-X8.4 Managerial Work,
Industrial
0-X8.41 MANAGERIAL WORK, MANU-
FACTURING
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving the or-
ganization and coordination of the work
of one or more departments of an industrial
organization and the supervision of persons
engaged in such activities as forming, fabri-
cating, machining, assembling, inspecting,
installing, and packing.
RELATED OCCUPATIONS:
5-92.001 Bead Foreman (rubber tire &
tube)
5-91.392 Cutting-Department Foreman
(tex. bag)
5-91. Foreman-in the following in-
dustries:
ammunition furn.
basketry garment
candle paper goods
canvas plan. mill
goods print. & pub.
cooperage rayon & allied
cord & prod.
twine shaped wood. art.
cork prod- textile
ucts tex. bag
excelsior veneer
fuel bri- wood. box
quettes woodworking
5-92. Foreman-in the following in-
dustries:
abrasive & leather prod.
po 1ish. mach. shop
prod. mach. tool
agric. equip. & access.
aircraft mfg. misc. steel
alum. prod. prod.
asbestos nail
prod. nonfer. metal
auto. mfg. alloys &
auto. parts prod.
boot & shoe nut & bolt
clock & optical goods
watch ordnance
elec. equip. phonograph
engine & photo. appara-
turbine tus
fabric, plas- pipe & boiler
tic prod. cov.
firearms pottery & pore.
forging radio mfg.
glass mfg. refrigerate.
hardware equip.
inst. & app. rubber goods
insulated sheet metal
wire stove


#5-92.411
0-97.41

0-97.51

0-97.51
0-97.51


struct. & tinware
ornam. metal wire
work wirework
tank ind.
Group Leader III (aircraft mfg.)
Manager, Industrial Organization
(any ind.)
Manager, Production I (any
ind.)
Superintendent, Plant (any ind.)
Superintendent, Radio Erection
(radio mfg.)


RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 0-X8.4 Managerial
Work, Industrial; 0-X8.10 Managerial Work,
CAFS; 0-X7.4 Engineering and Related; all
classifications in 1-X, 4-X, and 6-X which
are related on the basis of similar manufac-
turing operations.

0-X8.42 MANAGERIAL WORK, CON-
STRUCTION, MINING, AND
RELATED
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work which involves the
organization and planning of operations and
the supervision of persons engaged in the
extraction of minerals, ores, or petroleum
from the earth, or in excavating, erecting,
or repairing bridges, roads, buildings, or
other construction projects.

RELATED OCCUPATIONS:
5-93.110 Bank Boss I (anth. coal mining;
bit. coal mining)
5-92.422 Boatbuilder Foreman (ship &
boat bldg. & rep.)
5-94.020 Bridge Foreman (const.)
5-94.040 Building Foreman (const.)
5-94.060 Building-Wrecking F o r e m a n
(const.)
5-94.160 Cofferdam-Construction F o r e-
man (const.)
#5-92.422 Dock Master (ship & boat bldg.
& rep.)
5-94.080 Dumping Foreman (const.)
5-92. Foreman-in the following in-
dustries:
boilermaking
loco. & car. bldg. & rep.
ship & boat bldg. & rep.
5-93. Foreman-in the following in-
dustries:
anth. coal mining
bit. coal mining
metal mining
nonmetal mining
petrol, production
quarry
5-95.080 Foreman (pipe lines)
5-94.080 Grading Foreman (const.)
5-94.080 Highway Foreman (const.)
5-93.310 Lease Foreman (petrol. produce
tion)





34 0-X8.4 Managerial Work, Industrial


0-99.05 Manager, Extraction of Mineral
(anth. coal mining; bit. coal
mining; metal mining; non-
metal mining; petrol. produc-
tion; quarry)
5-93.010 Mine Captain (metal mining)
5-93.210 Outside Foreman (bit. coal min-
ing)
5-93.210 Pit Foreman I (bit. coal mining)
5-94.160 Riprap Foreman (const.)
5-94.160 River and Harbor Foreman
(const.)
5-93.110 Section Foreman I (anth. coal
mining)
5-93.210 Section Foreman I (bit. coal
mining)
0-99.05 Superintendent, Colliery (anth.
coal mining; bit. coal mining)
0-99.11 Superintendent, Construction
(const.)
5-93.210 Surface Boss (bit. coal mining)
5-93.310 Tool Pusher (petrol. production)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 0-X8.4 Manage-
rial Work, Industrial; 0-X7.4 Engineering
and Related; other classifications in 4-X
and 6-X which are related on the basis of
occupational similarities ("2" in the fourth
digit or "9" in the fifth digit).

0-X8.46 MANAGERIAL WORK, PROC-
ESSING, REFINING, AND
RELATED
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work which involves the
organization and planning of operations and
the supervision of persons engaged in re-
fining or processing raw materials or in other
activities such as mixing, compounding,
washing, grinding, sizing, plating, distilling,
baking, or heat treating.
RELATED OCCUPATIONS :
5-91.901 Barrel Filler, Head (petrol.
refin.)
5-91.011 Bottle Washing and Filling
Foreman (dairy prod.)
5-91.011 Bottling Foreman (dairy prod.)
5-91.901 Can Filler, Head (petrol. refin.)
5-91.011 Can Foreman (dairy prod.)
5-91.021 Casing-Up Foreman (can. &
preserve )
5-92.101 Color Foreman II (leather
mfg.)
5-91.011 Cooler Foreman (dairy prod.)
5-94.040 Concrete Batching and Mix-
ing-Plant Foreman (const.)
5-32.114 Dispatcher IV (const.)
5-93.110 Dock Boss (anth. coal mining)
5-93.210 Dock Boss (bit. coal mining)
5-92.101 Dry-Loft Foreman (leather
mfg.)
5-93.110 Dump Boss I (anth. coal min-
ing)
5-93.210 Dumper, Head (bit. coal min-
ing)


5-91.021 Fish-Room Foreman (can. &
preserve )
5-93.210 Flat Trimmer. Head (bit. coal
mining)
5-91. Foreman-in the following in-
dustries:
animal & veg. oils
bone, carbon, & lampblack
can. & preserve.
chem.
coal tar prod.
coke prod.
comp. & liquefied gases
corn prod.
cottonseed prod.
dairy prod.
drug prep. & rel. prod.
explosives
fertilizer
grain & feed mill
grease & tallow
insecticides
match
oleomargarine
paper & pulp
petrol. refin.
salt production
slaught. & meat pack.
soap
soy bean prod.
sugar
tan. mat. & rel. prod.
turp. & rosin
wood distil. & charge.
wood preserving
5-92. Foreman-in the following in-
dustries:
brick & tile
electroplating
found.
galvanizing
heat treat.
iron & steel
leather mfg.
minerals & earths
ore dress., smelt., & refin.
rubber reclaim.
rubber tire & tube
5-97.010 Foreman (clean., dye., & press.)
5-93.210 Preparation Boss (bit. coal min-
ing)
5-93.110 Slate-Picker Boss (anth. coal
mining)
5-93.210 Slate-Picker Boss (bit. coal min-
ing)
5-91.901 Specialty-Plant Foreman (pe-
trol. refin.)
5-92.001 Stock-Preparation F o r e ma n
(rubber tire & tube)
5-93.210 Tipple Boss (bit. coal mining)
5-93.110 Washery Boss (anth. coal min-
ing)
5-93.210 Washery Boss (bit. coal mining)
5-91.901 Wax-House Forenfan (petrol.
refin.)
5-91.901 Wharf Tender, Head (petroL
refin.)





0-X8.4 Managerial Work, Industrial 35


5-91.851 Wood-Crew Foreman (wood dis-
til. & charc.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 0-X8.4 Managerial
Work, Industrial; 0-X7.4 Engineering and
Related; other classifications in 4-X and
6-X which are related on the basis of
occupational similarities ("6" as the fourth
digit).
0-X8.49 MANAGERIAL WORK, TRANS-
PORTATION AND MISCELLA-
NEOUS SERVICES
Persons having the qualifications necessary
for entry into work which involves the or-
ganization and planning of operations and
the supervision of persons engaged in the
maintenance of transportation or communi-
cation services or other activities of an in-
dustrial nature which are not general manu-
facturing, structural, or processing.
RELATED OCCUPATIONS:
#7-49.201 Bus Dispatcher, Interstate (mo-
tor trans.)
0-98.76 Car Distributor (bit. coal min-
ing)
5-39.100 Conductor III (r. r. trans.)
0-92.11 Conductor, Road Freight (r. r.
trans.)
0-92.21 Conductor, Yard (r. r. trans.)
5-93.210 Chute Boss (bit. coal mining)
0-98.76 Dispatcher II (bit. coal mining)
#0-61.61 Dispatcher XII (air trans.)
5-91.401 Engineer, Head (logging)
5-95. Foreman-in the following in-
dustries :
air trans.
light, heat, & power
tel. & tel.
motor trans.
r. r. trans.
water trans.
waterworks


5-97.110
5-93.210
5-93.110

5-93.210

#0-98.83

#0-98.64
0-98.41

0-97.66
5-93.210
5-93.210
0-79.21

0-98.71
5-93.210
0-98.72
7-47.100
#0-98.81

#0-98.85

#0-98.86

#0-98.84

0-98.76


0-98.75

0-79.22

5-76.010
5-99.010
0-98.73


Foreman (auto. ser.)
Haulage Boss (bit. coal mining)
Loader Boss I (anth. coal min-
ing)
Loader Boss II (bit. coal min-
ing)
Manager, Operations (air
trans.)
Manager, Station I (air trans.)
Manager, Storage Garage (auto.
ser.)
Manager, Traffic (any ind.)
Motor Boss (bit. coal mining)
Muck Boss (bit. coal mining)
Perishable-Freight Inspector
(r.r. trans.)
Roadmaster (r. r. trans.)
Rope Driver (bit. coal mining)
Station Master (r. r. trans.)
Stevedore IV (water trans.)
Superintendent, Airport (air
trans.)
Superintendent, Division (air
trans.)
Superintendent, Maintenance
(air trans.)
Superintendent, Terminal (wa-
ter trans.)
Traffic Man I (anth. coal min-
ing; bit. coal mining; metal
mining)
Train Dispatcher II (r. r.
trans.)
Transportation Inspector (r. r.
trans.)
Way Inspector (r. r. trans.)
Yardmaster I (any ind.)
Yardmaster II (r. r. trans.)


RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 0-X8.4 Manage-
rial Work, Industrial; 0-X7.4 Engineering
and Related; all classifications in 1-X, 4-X,
and 6-X which are related on the basis of
occupational similarities.


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1-X CLERICAL AND SALES WORK

The 1-X major occupational group consists of three- and four-digit classi-
fications as follows:

THREE-DIGIT CLASSIFICATIONS IN 1-X

1-X1 COMPUTING WORK
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work involving accurate
-calculation by arithmetic, higher forms of mathematics, or statistics. Workers may be
required to use calculating machines, slide rules, or complicated tables. (The ability to
make simple arithmetical calculations is a selection factor common to many classifications
and does not in itself constitute a basis for classification in 1-X1.)
1-X2 RECORDING WORK
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work that involves entering,
'transcribing, or verifying mathematical or verbal data in the performance of such tasks as
recording transactions, posting entries in ledgers, checking receipts, expenditures, and pro-
duction records, making inventories of stocks, taking dictation and transcribing shorthand
notes, typing, and completing forms.
1-X4 GENERAL CLERICAL WORK
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work that involves filing,
:sorting, classifying, mechanically reproducing, routing, or delivering clerical records and
related data.
1-X5 PUBLIC CONTACT WORK
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work that involves dealing
with the public for the purpose of making sales, demonstrating merchandise, supplying
information, adjusting complaints, making collections, or performing other commercial
:services.
FOUR-DIGIT CLASSIFICATIONS IN 1-X

1-X1 COMPUTING WORK

1-Xl.1 COMPUTING WORK
(The three-digit and four-digit definitions in 1-X1 are synonymous. This four-digit
classification was set up merely to provide uniform coding at the four-digit level and is
defined in terms synonymous with the three-digit definition.)

1-X2 RECORDING WORK

1-X2.0 GENERAL RECORDING WORK
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work involving a variety of
clerical tasks the most significant of which involves the keeping of records requiring accu-
rate entering, transcribing, or checking of words or figures. Workers are frequently required
to exercise a considerable amount of independent judgment.
1-X2.2 TYPING (n. e. c.)
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work which involves the
-recording of material by means of a typewriter.
1-X2.3 STENOGRAPHIC WORK
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work which involves taking
-and transcribing shorthand or speed writing notes by hand or machine.
1-X2.8 EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL CHECKING
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work requiring the careful
checking of equipment, material, or supplies against orders, invoices, stock lists, or speci-
fications. Workers may be called upon to receive, pick, check, count, grade, examine, and
store supplies,, mark identifying information, issue equipment, inventory stock, or perform
related tasks.
37





38 1-X Classifications

1-X2.9 ROUTINE RECORDING WORK
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work which involves routine
T"hecking and recording. Workers may be required to enter transactions, post entries.
make out bills and invoices, fill out forms, check lists, or engage in related unvaried
activity.
1-X4 GENERAL CLERICAL WORK

1-X4.0 CLASSIFYING AND RELATED WORK
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work involving a variety
of clerical tasks, the most significant of which is gathering, classifying, or sorting letters.
reports, forms, and similar records. Workers may be required to exercise considerable
independent judgment.
1-X4.4 CLERICAL MACHINE OPERATING (n. e. c.)
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work which involves
adjusting, setting up, and operating duplicating machines and other mechanical office
equipment exclusive of recording or computing machines. Workers may specialize in
the operation of one or more machines, but are not required to make major repairs.
1-X4.9 ROUTINE CLERICAL WORK (n. e. c.)
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work involving attention
to details in the performance of routine tasks such as filing, sorting, or delivering clerical
material.
1-X5 PUBLIC CONTACT WORK

1-X5.0 GENERAL PUBLIC CONTACT WORK
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work involving a variety
of clerical tasks, the most significant of which is dealing with people in situations which
are not specifically selling. Workers may be required to exercise a considerable amount
of independent judgment.
1-X5.5 SELLING
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work which involves deal-
ing with people, either in an establishment or outside, in person or by telephone, to
influence them in favor of a product or service.
1-X5.7 CUSTOMER SERVICE WORK
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work which requires a
ready response to a customer's expressed request for service or information.
1-X5.9 MISCELLANEOUS PUBLIC CONTACT WORK
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work which requires atten-
tion to unvaried tasks involving contact with the public or with individuals in situations
which do not directly involve selling or customer service. Dealings with other persons
are usually casual, requiring only routine questions and answers, and workers are fre-
quently selected on the basis of physical characteristics such as a pleasing voice or
attractive appearance.
NOTE: Examnation of the code structure for all the four-digit classifica-
tions in 1-X will reveal that "9" in the fourth digit position is used as a device
for coding miscellaneous routine tasks, while "0" in the fourth digit position
is used to code varied clerical work of the "junior executive" type.






1-X1.1 Computing Work 39


OCCUPATIONAL COMPOSITION

1-X1 COMPUTING WORK
1-X1.1 COMPUTING WORK
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving accurate
calculation by arithmetic, higher forms of
mathematics, or statistics. Workers may
be required to use calculating machines,
slide rules, or complicated tables. (The
ability to make simple arithmetical calcu-
lations is a selection factor common to
many classifications and does not in itself
constitute a basis for classification in
1-X1.1.)
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
1-01.31 Account Checker (clerical)
1-08.01 Actuarial Clerk (insurance)
1-25.13 Calculating Machine Operator
(clerical)
1--25.13 Calculation Checker (clerical)
1-08.05 Cancellation Clerk (insurance)
#1-42.01 Charge Operator (tel. & tel.)
#1-15.04 Collector VII (tel. & tel.)
1-25.13 Comptometer Operator (clerical)
1-01.35 Cost Clerk II (clerical)-all
kinds
1-34.23 Export Clerk (clerical)
1-03.02 Extension Checker (clerical)
1-25.13 Extension Clerk (clerical)
1-34.23 Foreign Clerk (clerical)
1-18.97 Freight-Rate Clerk (clerical)
1-34.23 Import Clerk (clerical)
1-01.03 Interest Accrual Bookkeeper
(banking)
1-26.02 Pay-Roll Clerk (clerical)-all
kinds
1-25.13 Premium Note-Interest-Calcula-
tor Clerk (insurance)
1--01.43 Renewal Enterer (insurance)
1-36.01 Statistical Clerk (clerical)-all
kinds
1-36.02 Statistical Clerk, Advertising
(ret. tr.)
1-03.02 Subtraction Clerk (light, heat, &
power)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
1-01.32 Audit Clerk (clerical)-all kinds
1-03.02 Dividend-Deposit Checker (in-
surance)
1-01.43 Dividend-Deposit-Voucher Quo-
ter (insurance)
1-01.03 Mortgage Loan Computation
Clerk (insurance)
1-05.01 New-Mortgage- Loan Reviewer
(insurance)
1-25.13 Policy-Change Calculator (in-
surance)
1-08.13 Policy-Valuation Clerk (insur-
ance)-all kinds
1-18.91 Rate Clerk II (water trans.)
0-28.30 Statistical Technician (profess.
& kin.)
1-18.97 Traffic-Rate Clerk (clerical)


OF THE 1-X CLASSIFICATIONS
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATION?
All other classifications in 1-X Clerical and
Sales Work; all classifications in 0-X7 Tech-
nical Work and 0-X8 Managerial Work.

1-X2 RECORDING WORK
1-X2.0 GENERAL RECORDING WORK
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving a variety
of clerical tasks, the most significant of which
involves the keeping of records requiring
accurate entering, transcribing, or checking
of words or figures. Workers are frequently
required to exercise a considerable amount
of independent judgment.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS: *
1-01.03 Account-Classification Cl e r k
(clerical)
1-01.31 Accounting Clerk (clerical)
1-01.03 Accounts-Payable Bookkeeper
(clerical)
1-01.03 Accounts-Receivable .Bookkeeper
(clerical)
1-08.41 Agent-Contract Clerk (insur-
ance)
1-49.85 Airways Observer (gov. ser.)
1-01.02 Bookkeeper II (clerical)
1-01.03 Bookkeeper III (clerical)
1-02.01 Bookkeeping-Machine Operator I
(clerical)
1-02.02 Bookkeeping-Machine Operator II
(clerical)
1-02.02 Bookkeeping-Machine Operator,
Accounts Receivable (clerical)
1-03.02 Car Checker I (clerical)
1-01.52 Cashier I (clerical)
1-01.52 Cashier, Front Office (hotel &
rest.)
0-94.95 Censor II (gov. ser.)
1-01.03 Charge-Recapitulation Clerk
(light, heat, & power)
1-26.03 Chart Checker I (clerical)
1-03.02 Checker (clerical)
1-18.66 Checker-In (boot & shoe)
1-01.03 Christmas-Club Book keeper
(banking)
1-01.03 Circulation Bookkeeper (print.
& pub.)
1-01.52 Circulation Cashier (print. &
pub.)
1-06.21 City-Cash-Collection Clerk (bank-
ing)
1-01.02 Classification Control Clerk
(clerical)
*ENTRY and NON-ENTRY relationships are
not completely expressed in this and in other
classifications in 1-X Clerical and Sales Work.
Practically all of these occupations are at least
sometimes ENTRY. Promotion from ENTRY OC-
CUPATIONS is usually on the basis of super-
visory ability, or acquired technical knowledge.
To discover these promotional relationships the
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS in 0-X6,
0-X7, and 0-X8 should be consulted, particularly
those having a "1" in the fourth digit position.






40 1-X2.2 Typing (n.e.c.)


1-01.03 Classified-Advertising Bookkeep-
er (print. & pub.)
t1-05.01 Clerk, General Office (clerical)
1-18.66 Cloth Checker, Weaving (textile)
1-05.01 Colliery Clerk (anth. coal min-
ing; bit. coal mining)
1-01.03 Commercial Bookkeeper (bank-
ing)
1-02.02 Corporate-Trust Book k e e p e r
(banking)
1-16.01 Correspondence Clerk (clerical)
1-16.01 Correspondent, 0Out of To w n
(clerical)
1-02.02 Country-Bank Bookkeeper (bank-
ing)
1-06.25 Coupon-Collection Clerk (bank-
ing)
1-12.02 Credit Clerk II (clerical)
1-34.01 Delivery Clerk II (clerical)
1-01.52 Disbursement Clerk (clerical)
1-02.02 Discount-and-Interest-Billing
Clerk (light, heat, & power)
1-01.03 Discount Bookkeeper (banking)
1-26.03 Dispatcher Clerk (r. r. trans.)
1-01.03 Display-Advertising Bookkeeper
(clerical)
1-16.01 Editor, Fan Mail (amuse. & rec.)
#1-35.01 Engineering Clerk (aircraft mfg.)
1-01.36 Entry Clerk III (clerical)
1-06.56 Exchange Clerk, Senior (bank-
ing)
1-49.87 Field Clerk (const.)
1-01.02 Fixed-Capital Clerk (light, heat,
& power)
1-01.02 General-Ledger Bookkeeper (cler-
ical)
1-01.52 Hotel Cashier (hotel & rest.)
#1-18.32 Identification Clerk (ship & boat
bldg. & rep.)
1-02.01 Individual Bookkeeper (banking)
1-03.02 Investigation Clerk (light, heat,
& power)
1-01.03 Investment-Bonds Bookkeeper
(banking)
1-01.02 I n v o i c e-Classification Cl e r k
(light, heat, & power)
1-18.66 Lot Chaser (textile)
1-01.52 Mail Cashier (clerical)
1-08.08 Make-Up Clerk (insurance)
1-01.02 Night Auditor (hotel & rest.)
1-01.03 Note Clerk (insurance)
7-87.300 Note Keeper (any ind.)
1-18.64 Order Detailer (clerical)
1-01.36 Order-Ledger Clerk (clerical)
1-26.01 Paymaster (clerical)
1-01.03 Periodic-Disbursement Checker
(insurance)
1-18.66 Premium-Point Checker (textile)
#1-18.66 Production Assistant I (explo-
sives)
1-18.66 Production Clerk II (clerical)
1-10.06 Production Man II (ret. tr.)
1-49.93 Progress Clerk II (const.)
1-18.64 Provider (iron & steel)
1-08.51 Real-Estate-Location Writer (in-
surance)


1-03.02 Remittance-Account Clerk (bank-
ing)
1-01.03 Safe-Deposit-Box Bookkeeper
(banking)
1-01.03 Savings Bookkeeper (banking)
0-06.33 Script Reader (radio broad.)
1-33.01 Secretary of Police (gov. ser.)
1-02.01 Security Bookkeeper (banking)
1-18.68 Service Clerk I (clerical)
1-33.02 Social Secretary (clerical)
1-18.66 Stock Chaser (clerical)
1-06.02 Teller I (banking)-all kinds ex-
cept those specifically listed as
Non-Entry
1-26.03 Timekeeper (clerical)
#1-36.07 Tracer VII (agric. & hortic. ser.)
#1-36.01 Traffic Checker II (clerical)
1-01.03 Trust Bookkeeper (banking)
1-18.84 Trust-Collection Clerk (banking)
1-06.61 Trust-Securities Clerk (banking)
1-03.02 Typing Checker (clerical)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
1-01.03 Bank-Ledger Bookkeeper (bank-
ing)
1-06.22 City-Collection Clerk (banking)
1-06.23 Clearing-House Clerk bankingz
1-01.03 Commodity-Loan Clerk (bank-
ing)
#1-19.04 Priorities Clerk (clerical)
1-06.58 Real-Estate Clerk (banking)
1-06.02 Teller, City Collection (banking)
1-06.02 Teller, Collection (banking)
1-06.02 Teller, Country Collection (bank-
ing)
1-06.02 Teller, Foreign Collection (bank-
ing)
1-06.02 Teller, Foreign Exchange (bank-
ing)
1-01.03 Trading-Bond-Controls B o ok -
keeper (banking)
1-01.02 Travelers'-Letter-of-Credit Book-
keeper (banking)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 1-X2 Recording
Work; 1-X1.1 Computing Work; 1-X4.0
Classifying and Related Work: 1-X5.0 Gen-
eral Public Contact Work; 0-X7.1 Business
Relations Work; 0-X7.41 Industrial Engi-
neering; 0-X8.1 Managerial Work, CAFS.

1-X2.2 TYPING (n. e. c.)
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work which involves the
recording of material by means of type-
writing machines.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
1-37.34 Advice Clerk (banking)
1-25.02 Billing-Machine Operator I (cler-
ical)
1-25.03 Billing-Machine Operator II
(clerical)
1-37.34 C. O. D. Biller (clerical)
1-25.91 Check-Disbursing Clerk (insur-
ance)






1-X2.8 Equipment and Material Checking 41


1-25.91 Check-Writing-Machine Operator
(clerical)
1-37.34 City Clerk (print. & pub!)
1-37.34 Clerk-Typist (clerical)
1-37.34 Collection-Card Clerk (clerical)
1-37.34 Coupon-Ticketing Clerk (bank-
ing)
1-16.01 Credit-System Clerk (clerical)
1-25.02 Delinquent- Notice- Machine Op-
erator (clerical)
1-37.36 Dictaphone Operator (clerical)
1-37.36 Ediphone Operator (clerical)
1-37.42 Hooven-Perforator O p e r a t or
(clerical)
1-37.34 Mortgage Clerk (banking)
1-37.33 Multiplex-Machine O p e r a t o r
(clerical)
1-25.03 Notice-Writing-Machine Operator
(insurance)
1-37.34 Remittance Clerk I (banking)
1-37.34 Report Clerk III (insurance)
1-37.34 Security-Index Clerk (banking)
1-37.34 Single-Mail Clerk (clerical)
1-37.34 Storage-Receipt Poster (clerical)
1-37.33 Telegraphic-Typewriter Operator
(clerical)
1-37.33 Teletype Operator (clerical)
1-37.36 Transcribing-Machine Operator
(clerical)
1-25.03 Transit-Draft Clerk (banking)
1-37.32 Typist (clerical)--all kinds
1-37.38 Varitypist (clerical)
1-25.91 Voucher-Register Clerk I (cleri-
cal)
1-37.34 Waybill Clerk (Clerical)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 1-X2 Recording
Work; 1-X4.0 Classifying and Related
Work; 1-X5.0 General Public Contact Work.
1-X2.3 STENOGRAPHIC WORK
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work which involves
taking and transcribing shorthand or speed
writing notes by hand or machine.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
1-37.12 Public Stenographer (clerical)
1-33.01 Secretary (clerical)
1-37.12 Stenographer (clerical)
1-37.14 Stenotype Operator (clerical)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS.
1-33.01 Legal Secretary (clerical)
1-37.12 Legal Stenographer (clerical)
1-37.12 Police Stenographer (gov. ser.)
1-37.12 Technical Stenographer (cleri-
cal)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
1-X2.0 General Recording Work; 1-X5.0
General Public Contact Work; 0-X6 Public
Service Work; 0-X7.1 Business Relations
Work; 0-X8.1 Managerial Work, CAFS;
1-X2.2 Typing (n. e. c.).


1-X2.8 EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
CHECKING
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work requiring the care-
ful checking of equipment, material, or sup-
plies against orders, invoices stock lists,
or specifications. Workers may be called
upon to receive, pick, check, count, grade,
examine, and store supplies, mark identify-
ing information, issue equipment, inventory
stock, or perform related tasks.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
#1-19.01 Airplane-Dispatch Clerk (air
trans.)
1-18.66 Apple-Picking Checker (agric.)
#1-05.01 Auction Clerk (clerical)
1-45.01 Barrel Weigher (petrol. refin.)
9-63.01 Beef-Weighing Clerk (slaught. &
meat pack.)
1-03.02 Billet Checker (iron & steel)
1-03.02 Brick Checker (brick & tile)
1-38.01 Camera Clerk (motion pic.)
3-13.12 Cane Weigher (agric.)
#1-43.20 Cargo Handler (air trans.)
2-25.24 Catering-Linen Woman (hotel &
rest.)
1-38.01 Cellarman I (hotel & rest.)
1-03.02 Check-In Clerk (bake. prod.)
1-45.03 Check Weigher I (anth. coal min-
ing; bit. coal mining; metal
mining)
1-03.02 Checker (jewelry)
1-03.02 Checker (motion pic.)
3-89.02 Checker and Weigher (fish)
7-57.211 Checker-Hanger (laund.)
1-18.66 Chute Checker I (garment)
1-34.14 Cloth Booker (textile)
1-45.01 Coal Shipper (anth. coal mining;
bit. coal mining)
1-38.01 Color Stockman (textile)
2-43.31 Colorman I (amuse. & rec.)
1-18.96 Core Man (paper & pulp)
3-12.20 Cotton Weigher (agric.)
6-49.910 Cut Man (print. & pub.)
#1-38.05 Die-Storage Man (clerical)
#1-41.16 Dispatcher XIV (tel. & tel.)
1-38.01 Drum-Stock Clerk (clerical)
1-34.02 Expediter II (clerical)
1-38.01 Finished-Goods Stock-Clerk
(clerical)
1-03.02 Finished-Material Checker II
(textile)
1-18.66 Floor Clerk II (laund.)
1-38.01 Follow Man (auto. mfg.)
1-03.03 Food Checker, Cafeteria II (hotel
& rest.)
1-03.04 Food Checker, Hotel Dining
Room or Restaurant (hotel &
rest.)
1-38.01 Food-Storeroom Man (hotel &
rest.)
1-03.03 Food Tabulator, Cafeteria (hotel
& rest.)
1-34.14 Freight Clerk I (clerical)
1-12.46 Future-Delivery Clerk (ret. tr.)
1-38.01 Gear-Room Keeper (textile)






42 1-X2.8 Equipment and Material Checking


1-01.41
9-63.41
1-18.66
1-03.05
9-63.47

1-45.01

1-38.01
1-18.66
1-38.01
1-18.66
1-01.41
1-01.41

1-01.41

1-01.41

1-38.01
1-03.06
1-38.01

1-38.01
2-24.51

2-25.24

1-18.66
1-03.02

1-38.01

1-38.03

1-18.93
1-01.42
1-34.04

3-39.30

1-38.01
1-38.01

1-18.66
3-89.08
#1-38.01
1-38.01
1-03.02

1-38.01
1-38.01
1-18.66

1-49.24

1-45.01
1-38.01

1-34.15
1-34.04
1-03.02
1-38.01
1-34.14
1-34.04

1-34.11


Glue Checker (glue)
Grey-Goods Marker (textile)
Grey-Stock Recorder (hosiery)
Grocery Checker (ret. tr.)
Gum Shipper (hosiery; knit
goods)
Ham Clerk (slaught. & meat
pack.)
Hogshead-Stock Clerk (tobacco)
Hose Collector (hosiery)
Ice-Box Man III (hotel & rest.)
Incoming Girl (hosiery)
Inventory Clerk (clerical)
Inventory Clerk, Perpetual (cler-
ical)
Inventory Clerk, Physical (cler-
ical)
Inventory Clerk, Stockroom
(clerical)
Kit Assembler II (auto. mfg.)
Kitchen Clerk (hotel & rest.)
Kitchen Stock-Clerk (hotel &
rest.)
Kitman (auto. mfg.)
Linen-Room Houseman (hotel &
rest.)
Linen-Room Woman (hotel &
rest.)
Lot Boy I (hosiery)
Lot Checker (slaught. & meat
pack.)
Lumber-Delivery Man (auto.
mfg.)
Magazine Keeper (ammunition;
explosives)
Mail Tracer (clerical)
Material Clerk (clerical)
Material-Credit Clerk (light,
heat., & power)
Nursery Order-Filler (agric. &
hortic. ser.)
Oil-Room Man I (clerical)
Oil-Room Man II (metal min-
ing)
Oven Checker (furn.)
Oyster Weigher (fish.)
Paint Stockman (aircraft mfg.)
Pattern-Storage Man (found.)
Personal-Service Telephone Clerk
(ret. tr.)
Piece-Goods Man (garment)
Plateman VI (print. & pub.)
Production Checker (metal min-
ing)
Property Man II (bit. coal min-
ing)
Public Weigher (sugar)
Raw-Material Stock-Clerk (cler-
ical)
Receiving Checker II (clerical)
Receiving Clerk III (clerical)
Record Clerk II (garment)
Refrigerator Man II (ret. tr.)
Reshipping Clerk (clerical)
Retail-Receiving Clerk (clean.,
dye., & press.)
Router III (clerical)


1-38.01
1-03.02
1-18.66

7-88.130
1-11.11
1-34.15
#1-34.17

1-34.14
1-34.13
1-38.01
1-01.41
1-18.93
1-18.66

1-18.66
1-38.01
1-01.02

#1-18.65
1-38.01
1-38.04
5-91.094
7-88.750
1-38.01

1-03.02

1-34.08
1-45.01
9-63.61
1-18.66
3-17.20
#1-38.01

1-18.86
1-18.66
1-18.66
1-18.66
1-18.66
1-38.05
1-38.01
1-18.93
1-01.42
1-38.01
#1-38.01
1-03.02
1-03.02
1-01.42

1-18.66
1-45.01
1-45.01

1-45.01
1-12.46
1-38.01

1-18.66
1-18.68

1-38.01
1-03.02
1-34.14
1-18.66


Sack-Room Attendant (clerical)
Sample Checker I (knit goods)
Sardine Checker (can. & pre-
serv.)
Scaler (r. r. trans.)
Schedule Maker (r. r. trans.)
Shipping Checker (clerical)
Shipping Checker II (aircraft
mfg.)
Shipping Clerk II (clerical)
Shipping-House Man (corn prod.)
Shipping Stock-Clerk (clerical)
Short-List Clerk (clerical)
Short-Report Clerk (r. r. trans.)
Smoke-Meat-Processing Clerk
(slaught. & meat pack.)
Spinning Checker (textile)
Stationery Storekeeper (clerical)
Steward Bookkeeper (hotel &
rest.)
Stock Chaser II (any ind.)
Stock Clerk II (clerical)
Stock-Control Clerk (clerical)
Storage Foreman (ice)
Storekeeper IV (water trans.)
Storeroom Clerk, Garage Sup-
plies (ret. tr.)
Storeroom Order Classification
Clerk (clerical)
Stubber (ret. tr.)
Subdivider (chem.)
Swatch Clerk (garment)
Tally Girl (confection)
Tallyman I (agric.)
Template-Storage Clerk (air-
craft mfg.)
Ticket Girl (laund.)
Ticket Taker II (tobacco)
Ticketer I (clean., dye., & press.)
Tomato Checker (can. & preserve )
Tonnage Clerk (clerical)
Tool Clerk (clerical)
Top Clerk (hosiery)
Tracer Clerk (clerical)
Truck Checker (const.)
Unit Packer (auto. mfg.)
Vault Clerk II (clerical)
Wagon Checker (clerical)
Warehouse Checker (clerical)
Warehouse-Record Clerk (cleri-
cal)
Weaving Checker (textile)
Weigher II (clerical)
Weigher, Soy Beans (soy bean
prod.)
Weight Caller (clerical)
Will-Call Clerk (ret: tr.)
Wine-Storeroom Man (hotel &
rest.)
Work Checker II (garment)
Work-Order-Sorting Clerk (light,
heat, & power)
Yard Clerk I (clerical)
Yardage Caller (textile)
Yardage Checker (textile)
Yarn Measurer, Weight (textile)





1-X2.9 Routine Recording Work 43


1-45.01 Yarn Weigher (textile)
1-34.04 Yarn-Storage Man (textile)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
#5-49.401 Dispatcher IX (petrol. produc-
tion)
5-76.330 District Gager (petrol. produc-
tion)
6-29'.510 Lumber Checker I (plan. mill)
1-34.13 Shipping Clerk I (clerical)
1-44.25 Supercargo (water trans.)
1-38.01 Zoo-Commissary Man (amuse. &
rec.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 1-X2 Recording
Work; 1-X1.1 Computing Work; 1-X4.0
Classifying and Related Work; 1-X5.0 Gen-
eral Public Contact Work; all other classifi-
cations in 4-X or 6-X which are related on
the basis of equipment or material.
1-X2.9 ROUTINE RECORDING WORK
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work which involves
routine checking and recording. Workers
may be required to enter transactions, post
entries, make out bills and invoices, fill out
forms, check lists, or engage in related un-
varied activity.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
1-01.31 Abstract-Examination Clerk (in-
suranCe)
1-01.31 Accounts-Payable Clerk (cleri-
cal)
1-01.33 Accounts Receivable Balancing
Clerk (clerical)
1-01.31 Accounts-Receivable Clerk (cler-
ical)
1-04.01 Addresser III (clerical)
1-25.12 Adding-Machine Operator (cler-
ical)
1-01.31 Advance-Payment Clerk (cleri-
cal)
1-03.02 Agent-Daily-Report Checker (in-
surance)
1-03.02 Asset-Card Clerk (banking)
1-18.63 Back-Order Clerk (clerical)
1-01.33 Balance Clerk (clerical)
1-01.33 Balancing-Charges Clerk (cleri-
cal)
1-01.33 Bank-Balance and Report Clerk
(insurance)
1-18.81 Bank-Deposit Clerk (clerical)
1-01.43 Bank-Ledger Clerk (insurance)
1-03.02 Bank-Reconciliation C 1 erk I
(clerical)
1-25.12 Batch Clerk (banking)
1-01.43 Beverage Sa 1 e s Distribution
Clerk (hotel & rest.)
1-18.82 Bill-of-Lading Clerk (clerical)
1-01.31 Bill-Recapitulation Clerk (light,
heat, & power)
1-03.02 Billing Checker (clerical)
1-18.82 Billing Clerk II (clerical)
1-25.02 Billing Clerk, Direct Shipment
(clerical)


1-25.02 Billing Clerk, Stock (clerical)
1-06.81 Board Boy I (finan. inst.)
1-02.03 Bookkeeping-Machine Operator
III (clerical)
1-03.02 Bookkeeping Machine Posting
Checker (insurance)
1-08.45 Bordereau Clerk (insurance)
7-57.021 Branch-Entry Clerk (clean., dye.,
& press.)
1-01.53 C. 0. D.-Appliance and Gas-and-
Electric Bill Clerk (light, heat,
& power)
1-18.83 C. 0. D. Clerk (clerical)
1-01.31 Cash-Coupon Clerk (light, heat,
& power)
1-01.53 Cash-Register Reader (clerical)
1-01.52 Cashier, Pa y men ts Received
(clerical)
1-03.02 Certificate-of-Insurance Checker
(insurance)
1-01.43 Charge-Back Clerk (clerical)
1-01.43 Charge-Off Clerk (clerical)
1-01.43 Charge-Refer Clerk (clerical)
1-03.02 Check Auditor (hotel & rest.)
1-01.31 Check Clerk II (clerical)
1-03.02 Check Sorter II (light, heat, &
power)
1-03.02 Checking Clerk I (banking)
1-16.01 Claim Clerk (clerical)
1-01.43 Construction-Ledger Clerk (light,
heat, & power)
1-03.02 Cost Clerk I (clerical)
1-03.02 Coupon Clerk II (light, heat, &
power)
1-04.01 Copy Holder (clerical)
1-03.02 Coupon-Manifest Clerk (bank-
ing)
1-01.43 Data-Change Clerk (insurance)
1-03.02 Dividend-Deposit-Voucher
Checker (insurance)
1-03.02 Dividend-Disbursement C e r k
(insurance)
1-18.82 Duplicate-Bill Clerk (clerical)
1-18.95 Duplicate-Ticket Girl (laund.)
1-01.36 Entry Clerk, Cash Journal (cleri-
cal)
1-03.02 Entry Examiner (clerical)
1-01.43 Error-Ledger Clerk (clerical)
1-03.02 Expense Clerk II (clerical)
1-16.01 Expiration Clerk (insurance)
1-03.02 Filing Checker (insurance)
1-25.13 Final-and-Delayed-Bill-Balancing
Clerk (light, heat, & power)
#1-49.75 Fingerprint Clerk (gov. ser.)
1-03.02 Installment-Account C h e c k er
(clerical)
1-17.02 Impairment-File Clerk (insur-
ance)
1-03.02 Insurance Clerk I (banking)
1-18.82 Invoice Clerk II (clerical)
1-03.07 Invoice-Control Clerk (clerical)
1-01.36 Journal Clerk (clerical)
1-25.62 Key-Punch Operator (clerical)
1-01.43 Ledger Clerk (clerical)
1-18.63 Mail-Order Clerk, Charge and
C. O. D. (clerical)
1-08.48 Map Clerk (insurance)





44 1-X4.0 Classifying and Related Work


1-06.84
1-01.03

1-18.63

1-01.43

1-01.43

1-49.94

1-03.02

1-03.02

1-03.02

1-03.02

1-18.63
1-03.02

1-03.02

1-03.02

1-03.02

1-08.12
1-01.43
1-01.43

1-02.04

1-03.02

1-10.07
1-25.13

1-03.02
1-10.07
1-01.43

1-01.43

1-03.02
1-03.02
1-01.43
1-18.81

1-03.02
1-03.02

1-07.50
1-34.22

#1-12.48
1-01.43

1-01.36
#1-49.34
1-03.07
1-18.82
1-01.33

1-01.43


Margin Clerk I (banking)
Medical-Voucher Clerk (insur-
ance)
Merchandise Transfer Or d e r
Clerk (clerical)
Meter-Number Clerk (light, heat,
& power)
Meter-Order Clerk (light, heat,
& power)
Meter Reader (light, heat, and
power; waterworks)
Mortgage L oan Application -
Paper Checker (insurance)
Mortgage-Loan-Paper Examiner
(insurance)
New-Business Checker (insur-
ance)
Old-Business-Change C h e c k er
(insurance)
Order Clerk III (clerical)
Outlaw-Loan-R record C lerk
(banking)
Payroll-Reconciliation Clerk
(clerical)
Payment-Checking Clerk (light,
heat, & power)
Policy-Change Checker (insur-
ance)
Policy-Change Clerk (insurance)
Posting Clerk (clerical)
Posting Clerk, Stock Record
(clerical)
Posting-Machine Operator II
(clerical)
Premium-Note-and-Notice Check-
er (insurance)
Proofreader II (print. & pub.)
Rate-Analysis Clerk (light, heat,
& power)
Rate Checker (insurance)
Reader, First II (print. & pub.)
Real Estate Expense Posting
Clerk (insurance))
Real-Estate-Statistical Clerk (in-
surance)
Receipt Checker (insurance)
Register Checker (insurance)
Remittance Clerk II (insurance)
Remittance Clerk III (insur-
ance
Renewal Checker (insurance)
Renewal-Receipt Checker (in-
surance)
Reservation Clerk (hotel & rest.)
Return-to-Factory Clerk (cleri-
cal)
Sales-Check Writer (ret. tr.)
Sales-Distribution Clerk I (cler-
ical)
Sales-Entry Clerk (clerical)
Sheet Writer II (amuse. & rec.)
Statement Clerk I (clerical)
Statement Clerk II (clerical)
Summary Journal Balancing -
Clerk (insurance)
Suspense Clerk (light, heat, &
power)


1-01.43 Suspense Retirement-Clearance-
Ledger Clerk (light, heat, &
power)
1-01.53 Teller II (light, heat, & power)
1-26.03 Time Checker (clerical)
1-03.02 Traffic Clerk I (clerical)
1-03.02 Train Clerk (r. r. trans.)
1-01.43 Transit Lister (banking)
1-03.02 Treasurer-Checks Clerk (insur-
ance)
1-01.43 Trust-Investment Clerk (bank-
ing)
1-03.02 Underwriter Checker (insur-
ance
1-01.36 Urinalysis-Record Clerk (insur-
ance)
1-25.66 Verifier Operator (clerical)
1-01.31 Voucher Clerk (clerical)
1-01.31 Voucher-Register Clerk II (light.
heat, & power)
1-12.41 Wrong-Address Clerk (ret. tr.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 1-X2 Recording
Work; 1-X4.9 Routine Clerical Work (n.
e. c.); 1-X5.7 Customer Service Work;
1-X5.9 Miscellaneous Public Contact Work.

1-X4 GENERAL CLERICAL
WORK
1-X4.0 CLASSIFYING AND RELATED
WORK
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving a variety
of clerical tasks, the most significant of
which is gathering, classifying, or sorting
letters, reports, forms, and similar records.
Workers may be required to exercise consid-
erable independent judgment.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
1-17.01 Account-Transfer Clerk (light.
heat, & power)
1-17.01 Application-Account Clerk (in-
surance)
1-17.01 Audit-File Clerk (banking)
1-36.06 Catalog Compiler (clerical)
1-36.05 Coding Clerk (clerical)
1-36.06 Compiler (clerical)
1-36.06 Directory Compiler (clerical)
1-18.01 Dispatcher VIII (insurance)
1-17.01. Document Clerk (light, heat, &
power)
1-17.01 File Clerk I (clerical)
1-17.03 File Clerk III (clerical)-all
kinds
1-17.01 File Clerk, Index (clerical)
1-17.01 File Clerk, Soundex System
(clerical)
1-17.01 History-Card Clerk (light, heat,
& power)
1-17.01 Lacking-Mortgage-Paper Clerk
(insurance)
1-18.01 Mail Clerk (clerical)
1-18.01 Mail Clerk, Bills (clerical)
1-18.01 Mail Sorter (clerical)






1-X4.9 Routine Clerical Work (n.e.c.) 45


1-36.06 Mailing-List Compiler (clerical)
1-17.01 New-Business Clerk III (insur-
ance)
1-25.12 Out-Clearing Clerk (banking)
1-17.04 Paint-Sample Clerk (paint &
varn.)
1-18.02 Parcel-Post Clerk (clerical)-all
kinds
1-17.01 Policy-Register Clerk (insur-
ance)
1-17.01 Premium-Data Clerk (insurance)
1-18.01 Registered-Mail Clerk (banking)
1-17.01 Registry-Division-Data Clerk (in-
surance)
1-01.31 Rent and Miscellaneous-Remit-
tance Clerk (insurance)
1-18.63 Telephone-Order Dispatcher (ret.
tr.)
1-18.01 Transit and In-Mail Clerk (bank-
ing)
1-18.01 Trust-Mail Clerk (banking)
1-18.94 Tube Operator I (clerical)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
1-X2.0 General Recording Work; 1-X2.8
Equipment and Material Checking; 1-X5.0
General Public Contact Work; 0-X8.10 Man-
agerial Work, CAFS.
1-X4.4 CLERICAL MACHINE OPERAT-
ING (n. e. c.)
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work which involves
adjusting, setting up, and operating dupli-
cating machines and other mechanical office
equipment exclusive of recording or com-
puting machines. Workers may specialize
in the operation of one or more machines,
but are not required to make major repairs.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
1-25.41 Addressing-Machine Operator
(clerical)-all kinds
1-25.65 Checking-Machine O p e r a t o r
(clerical)
1--25.22 Duplicating-Machine Operator I
(clerical)
1-25.23 Duplicating-Machine Operator II
(clerical)
1-25.24 Duplicating-Machine Operator
III (clerical)
1-25.25 Duplicating-Machine Operator
IV (clerical)
1-25.23 Duplicator Operator (clerical)
1-25.24 Dupligraph Operator (clerical)
1-25.47 Envelope-Sealing-Machine Oper-
ator (clerical)
1-25.44 Folding-Machine Operator II
(clerical)
1-25.23 Hectograph Operator (clerical)
1-25.62 Key-Punch-Duplicator Operator
(clerical)
1-25.24 Multigraph Operator (clerical)
1-25.22 Numbering Clerk (insurance)
1-25.92 Recordak Operator (clerical)
1-25.47 Sealing-and- Canceling Machine
Operator (clerical)
1-25.93 Sign Writer, Machine (clerical)


RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 1-X4 General
Clerical Work; 1-X2 Recording Work;
4-X2.106 Office Machine Repairing; 6-X2
Observational Work; 6-X4 Manipulative
Work.
1-X4.9 ROUTINE CLERICAL WORK
S(n. e. c.)
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving attention
to details in the performance of routine
tasks such as filing, sorting, or delivering
clerical material.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
1-17.02 Addressograph-Plate-File Clerk
(clerical)
1-23.14 Bellhop I (banking)
1-23.14 Buy-Out Boy (ret. tr.)
1-23.14 Cash Boy (ret. tr.)
1-17.02 Circulation Clerk (print. & pub.)
1-23.02 Copy Boy (print. & pub.)
1-23.14 Corporate Messenger (banking)
1-23.02 Data Clerk I (insurance)
1-23.14 Draft Clerk (insurance)
1-17.02. File Clerk II (clerical)
1-17.02 File Clerk, Card (clerical)
1-17.02 File Clerk, Correspondence (cler-
ical)
1-17.02 File Clerk, Drawings (clerical)
1-04.01 Inserter I (clerical)
1-25.42 Loan-Interest-File Clerk (insur-
ance)
1-23.14 Mail Boy (clerical)
1-18.01 Mailing-Room Clerk (print. &
pub.)
1-23.14 Messenger I (clerical)
1-06.27 Messenger, Bank (banking)
1-18.93 Missing-Check Investigator (cler-
ical)
1-23.02 Office Boy (clerical)
1-23.14 Page II (library)
1-17.02 Policy-and-Note-File Clerk (in-
surance)
1-17.02 Prenmium-Accounting Clerk (in-
surance)
1-17.02 Premium-Card-Filing Clerk (in-
surance)
1-17.02 Premium-Note-Card Filer (in-
surance)
1-17.02 Premium-Record-Card Puller (in-
surance)
1-07.40 Rack Clerk II (hotel & rest.)
1-23.14 Savings Bellhop (banking)
1-17.02 Service-Board-File Clerk (light,
heat, & power)
1-17.02 Stencil-Cancellation Clerk (cleri-
cal)
1-04.01 Sorter (clerical)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
1-X4.0 Classifying and Related Work:
1-X2.8 Equipment and Material Checking;
1-X2.9 Routine Recording Work; 1-X5.7
Customer Service Work; 1-X5.9 Miscellane-
ous Public Contact Work; 6-X6.10 Elemental
Work, Light.






46 1-X5.0 General Public Contact Work


1-X5 PUBLIC CONTACT WORK
1-X5.0 GENERAL PUBLIC CONTACT
WORK
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving a variety
of clerical tasks, the most significant of
which is dealing with people in situations
which are not specifically selling. Workers
may be required to exercise a considerable
amount of independent judgment.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
1-18.41 Appointment Clerk (clerical)
1-18.84 Budget-Collection Clerk (cler-
ical)
1-18.42 Circuit Operator (hotel & rest.)
1-18.84 Collection Clerk (clerical)
1-15.02 Collector IV (clerical)-all kinds
1-03.02 Complaint Clerk II (clean., dye.,
& press.)
1-18.84 Credit-Contact Clerk (clerical)
1-01.53 Desk Clerk II (per. ser.)
1-18.31 Employment Clerk (clerical)
1-12.03 Error-Charge Clerk (ret. tr.)
#0-66.98 Home-Lighting Adviser (light,
heat, & power)
1-49.48 Hosiery-Repair Estimator (per.
ser.)
#2-25.38 Host (any ind.)
1-18.42 Information Clerk (clerical)
#1-18.35 Investigator VI (any ind.)
1-12.04 New-Account Clerk (clerical)
#1-49.90 Radio-Message Router (tel. &
tel.)
1-18.43 Receptionist II (clerical)-all
kinds
2-40.51 Recreation-Facility Attendant
(amuse. & rec.)
1-12.05 Reference Clerk (ret. tr.)
1-07.60 Room Clerk (hotel & rest.)-all
kinds
1-18.63 Telephone Ad-Taker (print. &
pub.)
1-42.31 Telephone Operator I (clerical)
1-42.32 Telephone Operator II (clerical)
1-18.63 Telephone-Order Clerk (clerical)
#1-06.88 Telephone-Quotation Clerk (fi-
Snan. inst.)
2-40.51 Tennis-Court Attendant (amuse.
& rec.)
2-22.71 Tourist-Camp Attendant (hotel
& rest.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
1-12.31 Adjustment Clerk I (clerical)-
all kinds
1-48.73 Claim Adjuster III (clean., dye.,
& press.; laund.)
1-18.66 Complaint Clerk I (boot & shoe)
1-12.04 Contract Clerk (light, heat, &
power)
#1-18.74 Depot Master (motor trans.)
#1-44.27 Passenger Agent I (air trans.)
#1-75.65 Spectacles Adjuster (ret. tr.)


1-44.12 Ticket Agent (air trans.; motor
trans.; r.r. trans.; water
trans.)
1-18.93 Tracer V (ret. tr.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 1-X5 Public Con-
tact Work; 1-X2.0 General Recording Work;
1-X4.0 Classifying and Related Work;
0-X8.10 Managerial Work, CAFS.
1-X5.5 SELLING
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work which involves deal-
ing with people, either in an establishment
or outside, in person or by telephone, to in-
fluence them in favor of a product or service.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS: (In larger organ-
izations many types of Salesmen may be
Non-Entry.)
1-56.01 Bakery Demonstrator (bak.
prod.)
2-40.35 Barker II (amuse. & rec.)
2-40.72 Booster I (amuse. & rec.)
1-80.01 Contact Man (ret. tr.)
1-56.01 Demonstrator (bake. prod.; ret.
tr.; whole. tr.)
1-56.01 .Food Demonstrator (ret. tr.;
whole. tr.)
1-75.71 Glove Fitter (ret. tr.)
#1-55.60 Goodwill Ambassador (bus. ser.)
1-75.71 Haberdasher (ret. tr.)
1-75.71 Hat Clerk (ret. tr.)
1-56.01 Paint Demonstrator (paint &
varn.; ret. tr.; whole. tr.)
1-87.01 Sales Representative I (hotel &
rest.)
1-80. Salesman (ret. tr.)-all kinds
1-85. Salesman (whole. tr.)-all kinds
except Pharmaceutical Detail
Man which is related to
0-X7.03
1-86. Salesman (whole. tr.)-all kinds
1-87. Salesman (whole. tr.)-all kinds
1-55.30 Salesman, Education Courses
(education)
1-75. Sales person (ret. tr.: whole. tr.)
-all kinds
1-55.40 Solicitor I (any ind.)
1-70.10 Sponsor (ret. tr.)
1-55.20 Telephone Solicitor (any ind.)
1-56.01 Toiletries and Cosmetics Sales-
Demonstrator (ret. tr.)
1-70.10 Town Crier (ret. tr.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 1-X5 Public Con-
tact Work; 0-X7.15 Purchase and Sales
Work; 0-X8.10 Managerial Work. CAFS.
1-X5.7 CUSTOMER SERVICE WORK
Persons having the qualifications necessary
for entry into work which requires a ready
response to a customer's expressed request
for service or information.






1-X5.9 Miscellaneous Public Contact Work 47


ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
7-60.500 Automobile-Service-Station At-
tendant (auto. ser.)
7-35.100 Bakery-Wagon Driver (bake.
prod.)
7-54.010 Caller II (r. r. trans.)
1-01.53 Cashier II (clerical)
1-01.53 Cashier, Bathhouse (per. ser.)
1-01.53 Cashier, Box Office (amuse. &
rec.)
1-01.53 Cashier, Wrapper (ret. tr.)
1-42.01 Central-Office Operator (tel. &
tel.)
2-43.51 Checkroom Man (any ind.)-all
kinds
1-70.40 Cigarette Girl (hotel & rest.)
7-35.100 City-Route Man (any ind.)
2-40.21 Concession Attendant (amuse. &
rec.)--all kinds
1-01.53 Credit Cashier (clerical)
1-12.43 Exchange Clerk, Out-of-Town
Adjustment (ret. tr.)
1-61.40 Fishman II (ret. tr.)
1-01.53 Floor Cashier (clerical)
1-07.10 Floor Clerk I (hotel & rest.)
7-59.080 Fur-Storage Clerk (ret. tr.)
#2-36.40 Guide (per. ser.)
#2-36.31 Guide, Factory (any ind.)
#2-40.92 Hostess II (amuse. & rec.)
7-59.860 Ice-Station Attendant (ret. tr.)
1-07.20 Key Clerk (hotel & rest.)
1-61.30 Lei Seller (ret. tr.)
#1-75.81 Meat Counterman II (ret. tr.)
#2-40.92 Monitor Boy (amuse. & rec.)
1-23.14 Mutuel-Messenger Girl (amuse.
& rec.)
1-01.53 Mutuel-Option Clerk (amuse. &
rec.)
1-58.20 Newsboy II (print. & pub.)
1-18.42 Pay-Station Attendant (clerical)
1-61.10 Peddler III (ret. tr.)
2-40.13 Racker I (amuse. & rec.)
1-70.10 Sales Clerk (ret. tr.)-all kinds
1-01.53 Second-Ride-Fare C o11e cto r
(amuse. & rec.)
1-12.36 Service-Desk Clerk II (ret. tr.)
#1-96.10 Service-Establishment Attendant
(ret. tr.)
2-40.23 Shooting-G gallery Operator
(amuse. & rec.)
1-01.53 Special Teller (light, heat, &
power)
1-01.53 Store Cashier (clerical)
#1 -61.54 Tagger VIII (nonprofit organ.;
ret. tr.)


1-18.63 Telephone-Order Clerk, Room
Service (hotel & rest.)
2-40.91 Ticket Taker I (amuse. & rec.)-
all kinds
1-12.37 Transfer Clerk (ret. tr.)
1-01.53 Tube Operator II (ret. tr.)
1-06.43 Vault Attendant (banking)
1-61.20 Vendor I (amuse. & rec.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
0-72.55 Commissary Man (any ind.)
# 1-42.03 Service Observer (tel. & tel.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 1-X5 Public Con-
tact Work; 1-X2.8 Equipment and Material
Checking; 2-X5 Personal Service Work.
1-X5.9 MISCELLANEOUS PUBLIC CON-
TACT WORK
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work which requires at-
tention to unvaried tasks involving contact
with the public or with individuals in situ-
ations which do not directly involve selling
or customer service. Dealings with other
persons are usually casual, requiring only
routine questions and answers, and workers
are frequently selected on the basis of physi-
cal characteristics such as a pleasing voice
or attractive appearance.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
1-36.03 Census Taker (gov. ser.)
1-03.01 Checker (amuse. & rec.)
#2-40.93 Christmas Character (any ind.)
2-43.41 Model (garment; ret. tr.; whole.
tr.)
2-43.42 Model, Artists' (profess. & kin.)
2-43.43 Model, Photographers' (profess.
& kin.)
7-86.310 Photo-Machine Operator, Minia-
ture (per. ser.)
0-56.45 Photographer, Street (per. ser.)
#1-49.70 Process Server (bus. ser.)
#2-40.94 Santa Claus (any ind.)
2-40.30 Shill (amuse. & rec.)
9-56.50 Squarer (amuse. & rec.)
1-03.08 Traffic Checker I (gov. ser.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 1-X5 Public Con-
tact Work; 1-X2.9 Routine Recording Work;
1-X4.9 Routine Clerical Work (n. e. c.);
6-X6 Elemental Work.










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2-X SERVICE WORK

The 2-X major occupational group consists of three- and four-digit classi-
fications. These are intended for the classification of applicants whose per-
sonal traits, abilities, and interests qualify them for entry into work that in-
volves serving or attending to the personal tastes, needs, or wishes of others.
Simple cleaning tasks, as performed by porters, dishwashers, and charwomen,
are not classified in 2-X but in 6-X6.62 ELEMENTAL SERVICE WORK.

THREE-DIGIT CLASSIFICATIONS IN 2-X
2-X1 COOKING
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work that involves the prep-
aration, handling, or cooking of food in homes or public eating places. (Note: Industrial
baking, canning, preserving, and processing of foods should be classified either in 4-X or
6-X.)
2-X3 CHILD CARE
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work that involves the care,
amusement, and proper development of children.
2-X5 PERSONAL SERVICE
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work that involves attending
to the needs and desires of others as regards their comfort, convenience, health, food
service, appearance, or cleanliness.

FOUR-DIGIT CLASSIFICATIONS IN 2-X

2-X1 COOKING
2-XL1 DOMESTIC COOKING
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work that involves the plan-
ning and preparation of meals in a private home.
2-X1.2 QUANTITY COOKING
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work that involves the plan-
ning or preparation of meals in restaurants, hotels, camps, or other places serving large
numbers of people. Workers may specialize in the preparation of only one dish which
may or may not require cooking.

2-X3 CHILD CARE
2-X3.3 CHILD CARE
(NOTE: This four-digit classification was set up merely to provide uniform coding at
the four-digit level, and is defined in terms synonymous with the three-digit definition
above.)

2-X5 PERSONAL SERVICE
2-X5.2 FOOD SERVING AND RELATED
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work that involves the serving
of food or drinks. The work may involve counter or table service, and includes the setting
of tables and the removal of dishes.

2-X5.6 ADULT CARE
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entity into work that involves care of,
or service to, the personal or social needs or appearance of others. The work is charac-
terized by close personal contact and may require special training and licensing.
2-X5.9 MISCELLANEOUS PERSONAL SERVICE WORK
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work that involves attending
to the needs of others as regards their clothing, conveyance, luggage, or cleanliness of
surroundings.
49






50 2-X1.1 Domestic Cooking


OCCUPATIONAL COMPOSITION OF THE 2-X CLASSIFICATIONS


2-X1 COOKING
2-X1.1 DOMESTIC COOKING
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work that involves-the
planning and preparation of meals in a pri-
vate home.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
2-05.01 Cook III (dom. ser.)
2-05.03 Cook Helper II (dom. ser.)
2-05.04 Cook-on-Call Assistant (dom.
ser.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
2-X1.2 Quantity Cooking; 2-X5.2 Food Serv-
ing and Related; 0-X8.25 Managerial Work,
Personal Service; 4-X6.67 Processing, Foods
and Related; 6-X6.62 Elemental Service
Work.
2-X1.2 QUANTITY COOKING (Including
Food Preparation)
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work that involves the
planning or preparation of meals in restau-
rants, hotels, camps, or other places serving
large numbers of people. Workers may spe-
cialize in the preparation of only one dish
which may or may not require cooking.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
2-29.41 Coffee Man (hotel & rest.)
2-29.12 Cold-Dessert Maker (hotel &
rest.)
2-26.91 Cook IV (fish.)
2-26.32 Cook V (hotel & rest.)
2-47.01 Cook Apprentice (hotel & rest.)
2-47.01 Cook Apprentice, Meat (hotel &
rest.)
2-47.02 Cook Apprentice, Pastry (hotel &
rest.)
2-29.01 Cook Helper IV (hotel & rest.)--
all kinds
2-29.02 Cook Helper, Pastry II (hotel &
rest. )
2-29.71 Cookee (logging)
2-27.21 Counterman, Cafeteria (hotel &
rest.)
6-06.180 Ice-Cream Maker I (hotel &
rest.)
2-29.31 Oysterman II (hotel & rest.)
2-29.12 Pantryman I (hotel & rest.)
2-29.13 Sandwich Man II (hotel & rest.)
#2-47.03 Seaman Apprentice, Steward De-
partment (water trans.)
2-29.21 Vegetable Man (hotel & rest.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
2-26.31 Chef III (hotel & rest.)
2-26.51 Cook, Camp (any ind.)
2-26.61 Cook, Mess (water trans.)
2-26.18 Cook, Pastry III (hotel & rest.)
2-26.51 Cook, Ranch (agric.)


#2-26.64 Second-Cook and Baker (water
trans.)
#2-28.01 Steward, Chief (water trans.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
2-X1.1 Domestic Cooking: 2-X5.2 Food Serv-
ing and Related; 0-X8.25 Managerial Work.
Personal Service; 4-X6.67 Prccessinz. Foods
and Related; 4-X6.37 Bench Work. F .ds
and Related; 6-X6.62 Elemental S-vi:e
Work.
2-X3 CHILD CARE

2-X3.3 CHILD CARE
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work which involves the
care, amusement, and proper development ,
of children.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
2-07.01 Child Monitor (dom. ser.)
2-43.96 Children's Matron (amuse. &
rec.)
2-43.97 Kindergartner (any ind.)
2-38.30 Nurse, Infant's (dom. ser.)
2-07.05 Nursemaid (dom. ser.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
2-X5.6 Adult Care; 0-X6.0 Instructive Serv-
ice Work; 6-X6.62 Elemental Service Work.

2-X5 PERSONAL SERVICE

2-X5.2 FOOD SERVING AND RELATED
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work that involves the
serving of food or drinks. The work may
involve counter or table service, and includes
the setting of tables and the removal of
dishes.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:


2-21.10
2-21.10
#2-27.13
2-27.21
2-29.51
2-27.91

2-27.22

#2-27.13

2-08.03
2-27.22

2-29.12

2-29.12

2-29.31
2-27.12
#2-29.03

2-27.61


Barman II (hotel & rest.)
Bartender I (hotel & rest.)
Bartender II (hotel & rest.)
Bread Girl (hotel & rest.)
Bus Boy (hotel & rest.)
Car Hop, Curb Service (hotel &
rest.)
Coffee Girl, Cafeteria and Res-
taurant (hotel & rest.)
Countergirl, Lunchroom or Coffee
Shop (hotel & rest.)
Dining-Room Maid (dom. ser.)
Floor Girl, Cafeteria (hotel &
rest.)
Ice-Cream and Pastry Server
(hotel & rest.)
Machine Man, Automat (hotel &
rest.)
Raw-Bar Man (hotel & rest.)
Relish Girl (hotel & rest.)
Special-Diet Worker (hotel &
rest.)
Soda Dispenser (hotel & rest.)






2-X5:9 Miscellaneous Personal Service Work 51


2-27.21

2-27.11
2-27.11
2-27.11

2-27.11
2-27.12
2-27.12
2-27.92


Steam-Table Attendant, Restaur-
ant or Hotel (hotel & rest.)
Waiter, Bar (hotel & rest.)
Waiter, Cardroom (hotel & rest.)
Waiter, Cocktail Lounge (hotel
& rest.)
Waiter, Informal (hotel & rest.)
Waitress (hotel & rest.)
Waitress, Banquet (hotel & rest.)
Waitress, Cooks' (hotel & rest.)


RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
2-X1.1 Domestic Cooking; 2-X1.2 Quantity
Cooking; 0-X8.25 Managerial Work, Per-
sonal Service; 6-X6.62 Elemental Service
Work.
2-X5.6 ADULT CARE
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work that involves care
of, or service to, the physical or social needs
or appearance of others. The work is char-
acterized by close personal contact and may
require special training or licensing.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS :
#2-25.37 Airplane Hostess (air trans.)
2-42.30 Asylum Attendant (medical ser.)
#2-47.12 Barber Apprentice (per. ser.)
2-47.11 Beauty-Operator Student (per.
ser.)
2-43.93 Blood Donor (per. ser.)
2-09.03 Companion (dom. ser.)
2-43.24 Cooling-Room Attendant (per.
ser.)
#0-69.43 Embalmer Apprentice (per. ser.)
2-25.31 Hostess, Hotel (hotel & rest.)
2-43.23 Hot-Room Attendant (per. ser.)
2-43.92 Lady Attendant (per. ser.)
2-32.31 Manicurist (per. ser.)
#2-43.13 Matron IV (per. ser.)
#2-43.12 Matron, Factory (any ind.)
#2-42.20 Nurse Aide (medical ser.)
#2-38.20 Nurse, Practical (medical ser.)
2-42.10 Orderly (medical ser.)
2-43.11 Public-Bath Maid (per. ser.)
2-43.23 Shower Boy (per. ser.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
2-32.01 Barber II (per. ser.)
2-32.22 Beauty Doctor (per. ser.)
#2-32.15 Beauty Operator (per. ser.)
2-32.23 Electrologist (per. ser.)
0-65.10 Embalmer (per. ser.)
2-32.12 Hairdresser II (per. ser.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
2-X5.9 Miscellaneous Personal Service
Work; 0-X7.02 Nursing and Medical Work;
1-X5 Public Contact Work; 6-X6.62 Ele-
mental Service Work.


2-X5.9 MISCELLANEOUS PERSONAL
SERVICE WORK
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work that involves at-
tending to the needs of others as regards
their clothing, conveyance, luggage, or clean-
liness of surroundings. (The performance
only of routine cleaning tasks should be clas-
sified in 6-X6.62.)
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
2-22.11 Bellboy II (hotel & rest.)
2-22.11 Bellman III (hotel & rest.)
2-34.10 Bootblack (per. ser.)
7-36.050 Chauffeur III (dom. ser.)
2-43.32 Clubhouse Boy (amuse. & rec.)
2-09.11 Coachman (dom. ser.)
9-65.97 Curb Boy (clean., dye., & press.)
2-01.01 Day Worker II (dom. ser.)
2-45.10 Doorman II (any ind.)
2-43.03 Dresser I (amuse. & rec.)
2-95.20 Elevator Operator, Passenger
(any ind.)
2-43.94 Escort (per. ser.)
2-03.31 Farm Housekeeper (dom. ser.)
2-06.21 Farm Housemaid (dom. ser.)
2-09.06 Footman IV (dom. ser.)
2-95.20 Front-Elevator Operator (hotel &
rest.)
2-43.91 Funeral Attendant (per. ser.)
2-43.04 Jockey Valet (amuse. & rec.)
2-24.21 Ladies' Maid (hotel & rest.)
2-48.30 Lobby Man I (amuse. & rec.)
2-43.11 Locker-Room Attendant II (per.
ser.)
#2-82.15 Maid VI (any ind.)
2-06.11 Maid, General (dom. ser.)
2-06.01 Maid, General, No Cooking (dom.
ser.)
#2-48.15 Page III (amuse. & rec.)
2-43.95 Pallbearer (per. ser.)
2-08.01 Parlormaid I (dom. ser.)
2-09.02 Personal Maid (dom. ser.)
2-92.30 Porter V (motor trans.; r. r.
trans.)
2-92.10 Porter, Baggage (hotel & rest.)
2-91.10 Porter, Pullman (r. r. trans.)
2-48.10 Program Boy (amuse. & rec.)
2-43.12 Rest-Room Attendant (any ind.)
2-48.10 Spot Man (amuse. & rec.)
2-61.01 Stage-Door Man (amuse. & rec.)
2-43.45 Stand-In (motion pic.)
7-36.040 Taxi Driver (motor trans.)
2-48.10 Usher I (amuse. & rec.)
2-09.07 Valet I (dom. ser.)
2-22.21 Valet II (hotel & rest.)
2-43.02 Wardrobe-Mistress Assistant
(motion pic.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 2-X Service
Work; 6-X6.62 Elemental Service Work.


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3-X AGRICULTURAL, MARINE, AND FORESTRY WORK

The 3-X major occupational group consists of three-, four-, and five-digit
classifications. These are intended for the classification of applicants whose
interests and abilities qualify them for vocational careers in agriculture or
other fields of work as described below. The performance of simple physical
tasks should be classified in 6-X6 as directed.

THREE-DIGIT CLASSIFICATIONS IN 3-X
3-X1 FARMING
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work requiring initiative
and independent judgment in planting, raising, and harvesting crops or in breeding and
caring for poultry, livestock, or other farm animals. (Note: Workers who perform simple
farm laboring tasks such as weeding, hoeing, or crop picking should be classified 6-X6.63
ELEMENTAL FARM WORK.)
3-X8 MARINE WORK
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work requiring initiative
and independent judgment in handling boats and in related tasks connectedrwith water
transportation, naval defense, or the exploitation of marine or inland water resources.
(Note: Workers who perform specialized tasks on board ship not related to the handling
of boats, such as Cooking or Engine and Pump Repair, should be classified in other
classifications set up to include these tasks. Those who perform simple physical tasks
such as in loading or unloading ships should be classified 6-X6.69 MISCELLANOUS
PHYSICAL WORK.)
3-X9 FORESTRY WORK
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work that involves the
cultivation, preservation, and care of forests and the gathering of forest products. (Note:
Workers who perform laboring tasks in clearing brush, skidding logs, or building forest
roads should be classified 6-X6.69 MISCELLANEOUS PHYSICAL WORK.)

FOUR-DIGIT CLASSIFICATIONS IN 3-X

3-X1 FARMING
3-X1.0 GENERAL FARMING
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work requiring initiative
and independent judgment in diversified agricultural work such as plowing, planting, culti-
vating, harvesting crops, and caring for common farm animals.
3-X1.1 ANIMAL CARE
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work requiring initiative and
independent judgment in breeding, raising, and caring for animals.
3-X1.2 CROP FARMING
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work requiring initiative
and independent judgment in planting, cultivating, and harvesting farm crops.

3-X8 MARINE WORK
3-X8.6 HUNTING AND TRAPPING (Aquatic Animals)
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work requiring the handling
of boats for hunting aquatic animals with guns, spears, harpoons, and related weapons.
3-X8.7 NAVIGATION WORK
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work in which the most
significant factor is the operation or handling of a boat. Workers may be required to steer
by compass direction, use a sextant, take depth soundings, and handle small boats.
3-X8.8 FISHERY WORK
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work which involves breed-
ing; catching, or gathering fish or other forms of marine life, using such equipment as
boats, nets, lines, rakes, and similar devices.
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54 3-X Classifications

3-X9 FORESTRY WORK

3-X9.6 HUNTING AND TRAPPING (Forest Animals)
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work involving the use of
firearms or traps to catch animals in forests or fields, or near the shores of inland bodies
of water.
3-X9,. FOREST WORK
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work which requires a
knowledge of forests or forest trees for the cultivation and preservation of forests or the
extraction of forest products. Workers are frequently required to live alone or in camps
in isolated forest areas.

FIVE-DIGIT CLASSIFICATION IN 3-X

Definitions will be found on'the pages immediately following, where each
classification at the finest level of breakdown is presented in complete form.
3-X1.0 GENERAL FARMING
3-X1.00 General Farming
3-X1.1 ANIMAL CARE
3-X1.10 Livestock Farming (Assorted Animals)
3-X1.11 Animal Care, Horses and Similar Animals
3-X1.12 Dairy Farming
3-X1.13 Beef Cattle Farming
3-X1.14 Sheep or Goat Farming
3-X1.15 Hog Raising
3-X1.17 Poultry Farming and Related
3-X1.19 Miscellaneous Animal Care
3-X1.2 CROP FARMING
3-X1.21 Grain and Feed Farming
3-X1.24 Fruit Farming and Related (Including Tree Surgery)
3-X1.26 Truck Farming
3-X1.28 Gardening (Landscape, Greenhouse, Flower, or Nursery)
3-X1.29 Miscellaneous Crop Farming
3-X8.6 HUNTING AND TRAPPING .(Aquatic Animals)
3-X8.60 Hunting and Trapping (Aquatic Animals)
3-X8.7 NAVIGATION WORK
3-X8.70 Navigation Work
3-X8.8 FISHERY WORK
3-X8.81 Fishing
3-X8.85 Fish Culture
3-X9.6 HUNTING AND TRAPPING (Forest Animals)
3-X9.60 Hunting and Trapping (Forest Animals)
3-X9.9 FOREST WORK
3-X9.94 Forest Preservation and Related
3-X9.96 Logging and Related Forest Products Work






3-X1.0 General Farming 55


OCCUPATIONAL COMPOSITION OF THE 3-X CLASSIFICATIONS


3-X1 FARMING

3-X1.0 General Farming

3-X1.00 GENERAL FARMING
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work requiring initiative
and independent judgment in diversified
agricultural work such as plowing, planting,
cultivating, and harvesting crops, and caring
for common farm animals.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
3-37.30 Caretaker, Farm (agric.)
3-13.91 Cultivator Operator (agric.)
3-36.10 Farm Couple (agric.)
.3-16.10 Farm Hand, General (agric.)
3-13.91 Farm-Tractor Operator (agric.)
:3-03.10 Farmer, General (agric.)
:3-13.91 Harrow Operator (agric.)
:3-32.20 Irrigator II (agric.)
:3-16.10 Power-Farnr-Machinery Operator
(agric.)
3-11.10 Seed Sower, Hand (agric.)
3-11.10 Seed Sower, Machine (agric.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 3-X1 Farming;
0-X6.03 Agricultural-Education and Related;
0-X7.3 Geographical Science Work; 0-X8.31
Farming Supervision and Related; 6-X6.63
Elemental Farm Work.

3-X1.1 Animal Care

3-X1.10 LIVESTOCK FARMING (As-
sorted Animals)
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving the com-
mercial breeding and raising of varied kinds
of livestock such as cattle, sheep, hogs, and
chickens.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
3-17.10 Farm Hand, Livestock (agric.)
3-17.10 Stock Tender I (agric.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
3-07.10 Farmer, Livestock (agric.)
3-49.32 Live-Car Caretaker (whole tr.)
3-49.32 Livestock Caretaker (whole tr.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS.
All other classifications in 3-X1 Farming;
0-X6.03 Agricultural Education and Re-
lated; 0-X7.3 Geographical Science Work;
0-X8.31 Farming Supervision and Related;
6-X6.63 Elemental Farm Work.

3-X1.11 ANIMAL CARE, HORSES AND
SIMILAR ANIMALS
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving a variety
.of tasks connected with breeding, raising, or


tending horses, mules, oxen, and similar ani-
mals for riding, racing, draft, or other
purposes.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
3-16.10 Bundle Hauler (agric.)
3-17.20 Circle Rider (agric.)
5-93.210 Driver Boss (bit. coal mining)
3-11.20 Grain Hauler (agric.)
3-43.20 Horse Feeder (any ind.)
3-17.20 Horse Pusher (agric.)
3-43.20 Horse Tender (any ind.)
3-17.20 Horse Wrangler (agric.)
3-16.10- Jerk Liner (agric.)
3-43.20 Mule Changer (logging)
3-43.20 Mule Feeder (any ind.)
3-43.20 Mule Tender (any ind.)
3-43.20 Oxman (logging)
3-16.10 Plowman I (agric.)
3-16.10 Raking-Machine Operator
(agric.)
3-43.20 Stablemian (any ind.)
3-43.20 Stallion Keeper (agric.)
3.-17.20 Stray Man (agric.)
3-43.20 Swipe (agric.)
7-37.100 Teamster (any ind.)
3-16.10 Teamster, Farm (agric.)
3-17.20 Trail Man (agric.)
3-17.20 Whipper-Up (agric.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
3-44.10 Barn Boss (any ind.)
3-17.20 Bronc Buster (agric.)
3-37.20 Corral Boss (agric.)
3-17.06 Hazer (agric.)
3-49.94 Horse Breaker, Draft (agric.)
3-49.95 Horse Breaker, Saddle (agric.)
3-17.20 Mustanger (agric.)
3-17.20 Trail Cutter I (agric.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 3-X1 Farming;
0-X6.03 Agricultural Education and Re-
lated; 0-X7.3 Geographical Science Work;
0-X8.31 Farming Supervision and Related;
6-X6.63 Elemental Farm Work.

3-X1.12 DAIRY FARMING
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving a variety
of tasks connected with breeding, raising,
and tending cattle for milk producing pur-
poses. Workers must be familiar with san-
itary regulations in handling or processing
dairy products on farms.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
3-14.10 Barnman II (agric.)
3-14.10 Cow Washer (agric.)
3-14.10 Cream-Separator Tender (agric.)
3-14.10 Dairymaid (agric.)
3-14.10 Farm Hand, Dairy (agric.)
3-14.10 Milker, Hand (agric.)
3-14.10 Milking-Machine Operator (ag-
ric.)






56 3-Xl.1 Animal Care


NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
3-07.10 Cattle Breeder (agric.)*
3-04.10 Dairyman II (agric.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 3-X1 Farming;
0-X6.03 Agricultural Education and Re-
lated; 0-X7.3 Geographical Science Work;
0-X8.31 Farming Supervision and Related;
6-X6.63 Elemental Farm Work.

3-X1.13 BEEF CATTLE FARMING
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving a variety
of tasks connected with raising,. grazing,
and tending cattle for the production of
beef.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
3-17.20 Brush Popper (agric.)
3-17.20 Cowpuncher (agric.)
3-17.20 Fence Rider (agric.)
3-17.20 Flank Rider (agric.)
3-17.20 Lead Rider (agric.)
3-17.20 Swingman I (agric.)
3-17.20 Tail Rider (agric.)
3-17.20 Tieman I (agric.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
3-48.93 Cattle Dehorner I (agric. &
hortic. ser.)
3-07.10 Cattle Farmer, Meat Production
(agric.)
3-37.20 Cattle-Ranch Foreman (agric.)
3-07.10 Cattle Rancher (agric.)
3-17.20 Rep (agric.)
3-49.95 Top Hand (agric.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 3-X1 Farming;
0-X6.03 Agricultural Education and Related;
0-X7.3 Geographical Science Work; 0-X8.31
Farming Supervision and Related; 6-X6.63
Elemental Farm Work.

3-X1.14 SHEEP OR GOAT FARMING
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving a variety
of tasks connected with breeding, raising,
and tending sheep or goats for milk, meat, or
wool production.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
3-17.50 Camp Tender I (agric.)
#3-17.51 Goat Herder II (agric.)
3-17.50 Sheep Herder (agric.)
3-49.31 Sheep Shearer (agric.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
3-07.10 Goat Keeper (agric.)
3-07.10 Sheep Farmer (agric.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 3-X1 Farming;
0-X6.03 Agricultural Education and Related;
*This occupation relates equally to 3-X1.13.


0-X7.3 Geographical Science Work; 0-X8.31
Farming Supervision and Related; 6-X4
Manipulative Work; 6-X6.63 Elemental
Farm Work.

3-X1.15 HOG RAISING
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving a variety
of tasks connected with the breeding,. rais-
ing, and care of hogs.
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS: (Entry ap-
plicants usually find employment as FARM
HANDS.)
3-07.10 Hog Raiser (agric.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 3-X1 Farming;
0-X6.03 Agricultural Education and Related;
0-X7.3 Geographical Science Work; 0-X8.31
Farming Supervision and Related; 6-X6.63
Elemental Farm Work.

3-X1.17 POULTRY FARMING AND RE-
LATED
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving a variety
of tasks connected with the raising, care, and
marketing of poultry and other birds for
meat, eggs, feathers, pets, or other purposes.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:


3-18.10
3-08.10
3-18.10
3-08.10
3-42.10

3-42.10

3-18.10
3-18.10
3-18.10
3-18.10
3-18.10


Brooder Man (agric.)
Chicken Farmer, Egg (agric.)
Farm Hand, Poultry (agric.)
Farmer, Poultry (agric.)
Incubator Man (agric. & hortic.
ser.)
Laborer, Hatchery (agric. &
hortic. ser.)
Poultry Cleaner (agric.)
Poultry Feeder I (agric.)
Poultry Packer I (agric.)
Poultry Sticker (agric.)
Trap Nester (agric.)


NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
3-48.01 Blood Tester, Fowls (agric.)
3-48.02 Caponizer (agric. & hortic. ser.)
3-48.03 Chicken Sexer (agric. & hortic.
ser.)
3-41.10 Custom Hatcher (agric. & hortic.
ser.)
3-41.10 Hatchery Man, Poultry (agric. &
hortic. ser.)
3-49.32 Live-Poultry Caretaker (whole.
tr.)
3-07.60 Pheasant Farmer (agric.)
3-07.60 Pigeon Fancier (agric.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 3-X1 Farming;
0-X6.03 Agricultural Education and Related;
0-X7.3 Geographical Science Work; 0-X8.31
Farming Supervision and Related; 6-X6.63
Elemental Farm Work.






3-X1.2 Crop Farming 57


3-X1.19 MISCELLANEOUS ANIMA L
CARE
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving a variety
of tasks connected with the raising and care
of bees or such animals as dogs, foxes, rab-
bits, mink, and zoo animals.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
7-56.720 Bull Tender (amuse. & rec.)
3-17.60 Farm Hand, Animal (agric.)
3-17.60 Farm Hand, Fox Farm (agric.)
7-56.720 Keeper (amuse. & rec.)
3-17.60 Kennelman (agric.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
3-07.70 Beekeeper (agric.)
3-07.60 Farmer, Animal (agric.)
7-56.730 Keeper, Head (amuse. & rec.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 3-X1 Farming;
0-X6.03 Agricultural Education and Re-
lated; 0-X7.3 Geographical Science Work;
0-X8.31 Farming Supervision and Related;
6-X6.63 Elemental Farm Work.

3-X1.2 Crop Farming
3-X1.21 GRAIN AND FEED FARMING
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving a variety
of tasks connected with soil preparation,
planting, cultivating, and harvesting of such
crops as rice, wheat, corn, hay, and related
grain or feed crops.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
3-11.20 Binder Operator I (agric.)
#3-16.10 Corn Detasseler (agric.)
3-11.20 Corn-Picker Operator (agric.)
3-11.20 Corn Sheller (agric.)
3-11.10 Farm Hand, Grain (agric.)
3-11.20 Separator Operator I (agric.)
3-11.20 Thresher I (agric.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
3-49.41 Combine Operator (agric.)
3-01.10 Corn Grower (agric.)
3-01.10 Farmer, Cash Grain (agric.)
3-01.10 Grain Farmer (agric.)
3-03.10 Hay Farmer (agric.)
3-01.10 Rice Farmer (agric.)
3-01.10 Wheat Grower (agric.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 3-X1 Farming;
0-X6.03 Agricultural Education and Related;
0-X7.3 Geographical Science Work; 0-X8.31
Farming Supervision and Related; 6-X6.63
Elemental Farm Work.
3-X1.24 FRUIT FARMING AND RE-
LATED (Including Tree Surg-
ery)
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving a variety
of tasks connected with the planting, culti-


vating, and care of fruit trees, and the har-
vesting of fruits, nuts, and berries. Workers
may be required to prune, graft, spray, or
otherwise treat trees, bushes, or vines in
orchards, groves, fields, bogs, or wherever
the crop is grown. (Note: The performance
of similar tasks on shade trees is also in-
cluded in this classification.)
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:


3-15.21
3-15.21
3-40.13
3-15.01
3-15.11
3-15.07

3-15.21
3-15.21
3-15.21

3-13.91
3-40.13
3-40.12
3-15.21
3-13.91
3-15.21
3-40.13
3-40.12


Almond Knocker (agric.)
Almond Smudger (agric.)
Almond-Tree Pruner (agric.)
Farm Hand, Berry (agric.)
Farm Hand, Citrus Fruit (agric.)
Farm Hand, Cranberry .Bog
(agric.)
Farm Hand, Fruit (agric.)
Laborer, Fruit Farm (agric.)
Laborer, Orchard Fumigation
(agric,)
Laborer, Vineyard (agric.)
Orchard Pruner (agric.)
Orchard Sprayer (agric.)
Smudger (agric.)
Sugar Tapper (agric.)
Tree Planter (agric.)
Tree Pruner (agric.)
Tree Sprayer (agric.)


NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
3-05.01 Cranberry Grower (agric.)
3-05.01 Farmer, Fruit (agric.)
3-05.01 Fruit Gardener (agric.)
3-40.11 Fumigator, Orchard (agric.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 3-X1 Farming;
3-X9 Forestry Work; 0-X6.03 Agricultural
Education and Related; 0-X7.3 Geographical
Science Work; 0-X8.31 Farming Supervi-
sion and Related; 6-X6.63 Elemental Farm
Work. ;
3-X1.26 TRUCK FARMING
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving a variety
of tasks connected with soil preparation,
planting, cultivating, and harvesting of veg-
etables such as potatoes, beets, peas, and
lettuce.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
3-19.10 Farm Hand, Vegetable (agric.)
3-09.10 Potato Farmer (agric.)
3-19.10 Thinner II (agric.)
3-09.10 Truck Farmer (agric.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 3-X1 Farming;
3-X9 Forestry Work; 0-X6.03 Agricultural
Education and Related; 0-X7.3 Geographical
Science Work; 0-X8.31 Farming Supervision
and Related; 6-X6.63 Elemental Farm Work.
3-X1.28 GARDENING (Landscape, Green-
house, Flower, or Nursery)
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving a variety






58 3-X8.6 Hunting and Trapping (Aquatic Animals)


of tasks connected with the planting, culti-
vating, and care of flowers, lawns, shrubbery,
and young trees. (Included in this classi-
fication are weed eradicators and related
horticultural workers.)
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
3-31.10 Bindweed Eradicator (agric. &
hortic. ser.)
3-40.01 Gardener II (dom. ser.)
3-40.02 Gardener Helper (dom. ser.)
3-39.10 Greenhouse Worker (agric. &
hortic. ser.) )
3-40.03 Greenskeeper I (amuse. & rec.)
3-40.04 Grounds Keeper, Sports (amuse.
& rec.)
3-40.21 Laborer, Landscape (agric. &
hortic. ser.)
3-39.30 Laborer, Nursery (agric. & hortic.
ser.)
3-31.30 Scout I (agric. & hortic. ser.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
3-38.20 Greenhouse Florist (agric. &
hortic. ser.)
3-38.20 Nurseryman I (agric. & hortic.
ser.)
3-39.10 Nurseryman II (agric. & hortic.
ser.)
3-39.10 Plant Grader (agric. & hortic.
ser.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 3-X1 Farming;
0-'X6.03 Agricultural Education and Re-
lated; 0-X7.3 Geographical Science Work;
0-X8.31 Farming Supervision and Related;
6-X6.63 Elemental Farm Work.
3-X1.29 MISCELLANEOUS CROP
FARMING
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving a variety
of tasks connected with soil preparation,
planting, cultivating, care, and harvesting
of special crops such as rice, tobacco, pea-
nuts, drugs, and cotton.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
3-13.01 Beet-Field Worker (agric.)
3-12.10 Farm Hand, Cotton (agric.)
3-13.91 Farm Hand, Crop Specialty
(agric.)
3-13.01 Farm Hand, Sugar Beet (agric.)
3-13.11 Farm Hand, Sugarcane (agric.)
3-13.51 Farm Hand, Tobacco (agric.)
3-13.11 Field Hand, Sugarcane (agric.)
3-13.91 Hop Trainer (agric.)
3-32.30 Laborer, Rice Canal (agric.)
3-13.91 Laborer, Seed Farm (agric.)
3-13.01 Sugar-Beet Cultivator (agric.)
3-13.52 Tobacco Cutter I (agric).
'3-13.52 Tobacco Hand (agric.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
3-02.10 Cotton Raiser (agric.)
3-03.10 Drug Grower (agric.)
3-03.10 Farmer, Crop Specialty (agric.)


3-03.10 Ginseng Farmer (agric.)
3-03.10 Peanut Farmer (agric.)
3-03.10 Seed Grower (agric.)
3-03.10 Sugar-Beet Grower (agric.)
3-03.10 Sugarcane Planter (agric.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 3-X1 Farmin:g
0-X6.03 Agricultural Education and Re-
lated; 0-X7.3 Geographical Science Work;
0-X8.31 Farming Supervision and Related:
6-X6.63 Elemental Farm Work.

3-X8 MARINE WORK

3-X8.6 Hunting and Trapping
(Aquatic Animals)

3-X8.60 HUNTING AND TRAPPING
(Aquatic Animals)
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work requiring the han-
dling of boats for hunting aquatic animals
with guns, spears, harpoons, and related
weapons.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
3-87.46 Gunner (fish.)
3-87.71 Seal Driver (fish.)
3-87.72 Seal Hunter (fish.)
3-87.73 Seal Killer (fish.)
3-87.74 Seal Skinner (fish.)
3-97.20 Walrus Hunter (fish.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 3-XS Marine
Work; 3-X9.6 Hunting and Trapping (For-
est Animals).

3-X8.7 Navigation Work

3-X8.70 NAVIGATION WORK
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work in which the most
significant factor is the operation or han-
dling of a boat. Workers may be required
to steer by compass direction, use a sextant.
take depth soundings, and handle small
boats.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
9-48.10 Bargeman (water trans.)
#7-48.050 Cadet, Deck (water trans.)
9-48.10 Deckhand I (const.; w a t e r
trans.)
#7-48.040 Ordinary S e a m a n (water
trans.)
#7-48.010 Seaman Apprentice (w a t er
trans.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
#5-48.040 Able Seaman (water trans.)
5-49.102 Barge Captain (water trans.)
#5-48.030 Boatswain (water trans.)
3-87.91 Captain II (fish.)
5-73.766 Derrick-Boat Captain (const)






3-X8.8 Fishery Work 59


0-88.11 Dredge Captain (const.)
0-88.12 Dredge Mate (const.)
0-88.02 Master II (water trans.)
0-88.03 Mate III (water trans.)-all
kinds
0-88.02 Port Captain (water trans.)
#5-48.020 Quartermaster (water trans.)
0-88.31 Ship Pilot (water trans.)
0-88.02 Tugboat Captain (water trans.)
0-88.03 Tugboat Mate (water trans.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 3-X8 Marine
Work; 0-X7.3 Geographical Science Work;
other classifications in 6-X Manual Work.

3-X8.8 Fishery Work

3-X8.81 FISHING
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work that involves the
catching or gathering of fish and other forms
of marine life.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS :
3-87.21 Angler (fish.)
3-87.04 Boat Puller (fish.)
3-87.12 Brailer (fish..)
3-'87.52 Clam Digger (fish.)
3-87.52 Clam Dredger (fish.)
3-87.52 Clam Tonger (fish.)
3-87.26 Dorynran (fish.)
3-87.53 Dredger (fish.)
3-87.12 Driver VI (fish.)
3-87.51 Fisherman, Abalone (fish.)
3-87.42 Fisherman, Bow and Arrow
(fish.)
3-87.05 Fisherman, Carp (fish.)
3-87.52 Fisherman, Clam (fish.)
3-87.53 Fisherman, Crab (fish.)
3-87.01 Fisherman, Dip Net (fish.)
3-87.02 Fisherman, Diver Net (fish.)
3-87.54 Fisherman, Eel I (fish.)
3-87.43 Fisherman, Fish Wheel (fish.)
3-87.03 Fisherman, Fyke Net (fish.)
3-87.04 Fisherman, Gill Net (fish.)
3-87.22 Fisherman, Hand Line I (fish.)
3-87.23 Fisherman, Hand Line II (fish.)
3-87.05 Fisherman, Haul, Drag, or Beach
Seine (fish.)
3-87.06 Fisherman, Lampara Net (fish.)
3-87.55 Fisherman, Lobster Pot (fish.)
3-87.07 Fisherman, Otter Trawl (fish.)
3-87.56 Fisherman, Oyster (fish.)
3-87.08 Fisherman, Paranz e 11 a Net
(fish.)
3-87.11 Fisherman, Pound Net or Trap
(fish.)
3-87.12 Fisherman, Purse Seine (fish.)
3-87.26 Fisherman, Salt (fish.)
3-87.57 Fisherman, Scallop (fish.)
3-87.58 Fisherman, Shrimp (fish.)
3-87.44 Fisherman, Spear and Gaff
(fish.)


3-87.62
3-87.13
3-87.26
3-87.24
3-87.25
3-87.45
3-87.44
3-87.22
3-87.23
3-87.22
3-89.04
3-88.22
3-88.01
3-87.15
3-87.12
3-87.04
3-87.56
3-87.56
3-87.56
3-87.56
3-87.56
#3-89.06
3-87.63
3-87.12
3-87.57
3-87.57
3-88.43
3-87.52
3-88.43
3-87.12
3-87.12


Fisherman, Terrapin (fish.)
Fisherman, Trammel Net (fish.)
Fisherman, Trawl Line (fish.)
Fisherman, Trolling (fish.)
Fisherman, Trot Line (fish.)
Fisherman, Weir (fish.)
Gaffman II (fish.)
Gurdy Man (fish.)
Hand Liner, Deck (fish.)
Hand Liner, Dory (fish.)
Icer III (fish.)
Irish-Moss Gatherer (fish.)
Kelp Hookman (fish.)
Net Man (fish.)
Net Puller (fish.)
Netter, Anchor (fish.)
Oyster Culler (fish.)
Oyster Dredger (fish.)
Oyster Floater (fish.)
Oyster Shipper (fish.)
Oyster Tonger (fish.)
Oyster Unloader (fish.)
Oysterman I (fish.)
Pole Thrower (fish.)
Scallop Dredger (fish.)
Scallop Raker (fish.)
Sculler (fish.)
Skimmer Man (fish.)
Sponger, Hooking (fish.)
Stake Boatman (fish.)
Striker III (fish.)


NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
3-87.41 Captain of the Pound (fish.)
3-87.12 Fisherman Boss (fish.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 3-X8 Marine
Work; other classifications in 6-X Manual
Work.
3-X8.85 FISH CULTURE
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work that involves hatch-
ing and rearing fish and other forms of ma-
rine life. Workers may be required to per-
form varied tasks connected with the oper-
ation and maintenance of hatcheries and
the stocking of ponds, rivers, or lakes.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
0-68.07 Fish-Culturist Assistant (gov.
ser.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
0-68.06 Fish Culturist (gov. ser.)
#3-41.20 Hatchery Man, Fish (agric. &
hortic. ser.)
0.68.06 Oyster Culturist (fish.)
3-07.60 Trout Farmer (gov. ser.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 3-X8 Marine
Work; other classifications in 6-X Manual
Work.






60 3-X9.6 Hunting and Trapping (Forest Animals)


3-X9 FORESTRY WORK
3-X9.6 Hunting and Trapping
(Forest Animals)
3-X9.60 HUNTING AND TRAPPING
(Forest Animals)
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving the use
of firearms or traps to catch animals in for-
ests or fields, or near the shores of inland
bodies of water.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
3-96.10 Guide, Hunting and Fishing,
(amuse. & rec.)
#3-97.40 Predatory-Animal Hunter (hunt.
& trap.)
3-39.30 Rabbit Hunter (agric. & hortic.
ser.)
3-97.30 Trapper I (agric.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 3-X Agricultural,
Marine, and Forestry Work; other classifi-
cations in 6-X Manual Work.

3-X9.9 Forest Work
3-X9.94 FOREST PRESERVATION AND
RELATED
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work that involves pa-
trolling streams, fields, and forest areas to
protect plant and animal life from destruc-
tion by fire or disease and from depredation
by people.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
0-68.17 Fire Lookout (gov. ser.)
0-68.18 Fire Patrolman I (gov. ser.)
0-94.94 Fish and Game Warden (gov.
ser.)
0-68.21 Registrar (gov. ser.)
0-68.22 Smoke Chaser (gov. ser.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
0-68.15 Dispatcher VI (gov. ser.)
0-38.03 District Forest-Ranger (gov. ser.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 3-X Agricultural,
Marine, and Forestry Work; 0-X6.25 Protec-
tive Service Work; 0-X7.3 Geographical
Science Work; 0-X8.39 Forestry, Logging
Supervision and Related; 6-X2 Observa-
tional Work; 6-X6 Elemental Work.
3-X9.96 LOGGING AND R ELATE D
FOREST PRODUCTS WORK
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work that involves the


gathering of forest products. Workers may
be required to mark, tap, saw, trim, chop, or
fell trees, or to transport logs or other prod-
ucts from forest areas.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:


3-91.01
3-91.01
6-30.030
6-31.840
3-91.01
6-31.930
3-91.02
6-30.140
6-30.150
6-30.050
6-30.150
6-30.340
6-30.060
6-30.080
6-30.340
8-30.10
6-30.080

6-30.130


Box Puller (turp. & rosin)
Boxer VII (turp. & rosin)
Bucker IV (logging)
Chainman VI (sawmill)
Chipper VI (turp. & rosin)
Dogger II (sawmill)
Face Cutter (turp. & rosin)
Faller (logging)
Fitter IX (logging)
Marker III (logging)
Notcher (logging)
Pick-Up Man I (logging) .
Piece Maker (logging)
Piling Sawyer (logging)
Rafter (logging)
Rigger, Third (logging)
Telephone-Pole and Piling Cut-
ter (logging)
Wood Chopper II (logging)


NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:


4-30.010
5-91.401
4-30.310
5-91.401
5-91.401
5-91.401
5-91.401
5-91.401
4-30.310
4-30.020
5-91.401
4-30.3 20
5-91.401
4-30.320
6-30.350
5-91.401
5-91.401
5-91.401
5-91.401
5-91.401
5-91.401
5-91.401
5-91.851

5-91.852
5-91.401
RELATED


Blazer (logging)
Boom Master (logging)
Bowman (logging)
Buck Swamper (logging)
Bucker, Head (logging)
Caterpillar Boss (logging)
Chipper and Notcher (logging)
Chopper, Head (logging)
Driver, Head (logging)
High Climber (logging)
Hook Tender III (logging)
Rigger IV (logging)
Rigger, Head II (logging)
Rigger, High (logging)
Rigger, Second (logging)
Rigging Puller, Head (logging)
River Boss (logging)
Side-Boss (logging)
Tank Conductor (logging)
Team Boss (logging)
Walking Boss (logging)
Woods Boss (logging)
Woods Boss (wood distil &
charge )
Woods Rider (turp. & rosin)
Woodsman I (logging)
ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:


All other classifications in 3-X9 Fores-rr
Work; 0-X7.3 Geographical Science Work;
0-X8.39 Forestry, Logging Supervision and
Related; other classifications in 6-X Manual
Work.





4-X Classifications 65

4-X2.1 MECHANICAL REPAIRING
4-X2.10 Mechanical Repairing*
4-X2.4 COMPLEX MACHINE OPERATING (n. e. c.)
4-X2.45 Complex Textile Machine Operating and Related
4-X2.46 Paper Machine Operating
4-X2.48 Power Press Forming and Related
4-X2.49 Hauling, Hoisting and Drilling Machine Operating
4-X6.1 ELECTRICAL REPAIRING
4-X6.18 Electrical Repairing*
4-X6.2 STRUCTURAL CRAFTS
4-X6.20 Structural Work, Assorted Materials
4-X6.21 Structural Work, Metal
4-X6.22 Structural Work, Wood
4-X6.23 Structural Work, Stone or Glass
4-X6.24 Structural Work, Plastic Materials
4-X6.28 Welding and Related
4-X6.29 Excavating, Mining, Grading and Related
4-X63 BENCH CRAFTS
4-X6.30 Bench Work, Assorted Materials
4-X6.31 Bench Work, Metal
4-X6.32 Bench Work, Wood
4-X6.33 Bench Work, Stone, Glass or Jewels
4-X6.34 Bench Work, Plastic Materials
4-X6.35 Bench Work, Fabric, Leather and Related
4-X6.36 Bench Work, Paper Products
4-X6.37 Bench Work, Foods and Related
4-X6.38 Inspecting and Testing
4-X6.5 GRAPHIC ART WORK
4-X6.50 Art Work (Brush, Spray, Pen, Stylus and Related)
4-X6.56 Typesetting and Related
4-X6.58 Photographic Work
4-X6.6 PROCESSING
4-X6.60 Processing, Assorted Materials
4-X6.61 Processing, Metal
4-X6.62 Processing, Wood
4-X6.64 Processing, Plastic Materials and Paint
4-X6.65 Processing, Fabric, Leather and Related
4-X6.67 Processing, Foods and Related
4-X6.69 Refining and Related
Examination of the titles and occupations related to the five-digit classifi-
cations will reveal that the fifth digit in 4-X has the same significance regard-
less of the combination of other digits with which it is found. The inter-
pretation of the fifth digits may be summarized as follows:
0-ASSORTED OR MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS
1-METALS (including plastic substitutes)
2-WOOD (including any materials similarly tooled or machined, such as
plywood, pressed wood, pressed paper board, hard rubber, and other
solid plastics with properties similar to wood)
3-STONE, GLASS and JEWELS (excepting molten glass, but includ-
ing plastic substitutes)
4-PLASTIC MATERIALS (including mixtures of granular substances
with cohesives, and molten non-metal substances, such as: molten glass,
clay, pottery, paint, plaster, molding sand, and plaster of Paris.
Plastics and rubber are included only when in a plastic state.)
*To achieve uniformity in coding, these four-digit classifications have been extended to five digits
without change.


















4-X2 4-X6
0







Machine Trades Crafts





4-12.0 4-X2.1 4-X2.4 4-X6.1 4-X6.2 4-X6.3 4-X6.5 4-X6.6
Machining Mechanical Complex Electrical Structural Bench Graphic Processi
Repairing Machine Repairing Crafts Crafts Art Work
Operating
(n.e.c.)










4-X MECHANICAL WORK

The 4-X major occupational group consists of three-, four-, five-, and six-
digit classifications. Applicants in 4-X are distinguished from applicants in
6-X in that they are presumed to be capable of learning (1) to exercise inde-
pendent judgment in determining the form, quality, and quantity of work, (2)
to follow more complicated specifications and work to closer tolerances, making
all necessary mathematical computations, and (3) to use tools and equipment
skillfully. Since extensive on-the-job or apprenticeship training is required
in most of the occupations that have been related to 4-X, these applicants may
be thought of as "trade learners."

THREE-DIGIT CLASSIFICATIONS IN 4-X

4-X2 MACHINE TRADES
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work involving the planning
and performance of tasks that require skillful use of tools and equipment and an under-
standing of how machines operate. This understanding may be needed to maintain, adjust,
or repair equipment, or to perform complex machine operations.
4-X6 CRAFTS
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into work which involves the
planning and performance of tasks that require skillful use of hands, hand tools, or equip-
ment. Workers ihay also be required to control processes and to exercise judgment in
maintaining standards of production. Machines may be used by the worker as aids in the
accomplishment of tasks, but the worker is not normally required to maintain or repair
them, nor to understand the mechanical principles upon which machines operate.
(Exceptions: Maintenance and repair of small instruments, such as watches, is in-
cluded in this classification rather than in 4-X2 liecause of the high degree of hand crafts-
manship involved. Maintenance and repair of electrical equipment which is also mechani-
cal, as for example electric refrigerators, is included in 4-X6 on the assumption. that em-
ployers requesting entry applicants to learn such trades will stress primarily the hand
skills associated with electrical crafts. When this is not so, mechanical repair classifica-
tions in 4-X2 should be consulted.)

FOUR-DIGIT CLASSIFICATIONS IN 4-X

4-X2 MACHINE TRADES
4-X2.0 MACHINING
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into machine trades which
involve the precise removal of excess material from stock by cutting, boring, milling, or
grinding. Workers are required to exercise judgment in determining the amount of the
cut, to understand blueprints, to make mathematical computations, to set up work in
the machine, to adjust the machine, to care for cutting tools, and to work to close toler-
:ances which require a knowledge of micrometers, gages, calipers, and other precision
:instruments. Readings are frequently in thousandths of an inch on a Vernier scale.
/4-X2.1 MECHANICAL REPAIRING
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into machine trades which
!involve the disassembly, repair, reassembly, installation, or maintenance of machines and
mechanical equipment. (This classification does not include small instrument or elec-
;trical repairing or parts-assembly work which occurs on production assembly lines.)
,4-X2.4 COMPLEX MACHINE OPERATING (n. e. c.)
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into machine trades which
involve the operation of complex machines not elsewhere classified. Workers may be
required to exercise considerable judgment in starting, stopping, and maintaining the
mraachine or in making emergency repairs. Machines included in the classification are
usually found in such industries as printing, metal forming, textile weaving, hauling,
hoisting, and transporting.
63






64 4-X Classifications

4-X6 CRAFTS

4-X6.1 ELECTRICAL REPAIRING
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into hand crafts which involve
a knowledge of electrical circuits and of the operation of such electrical equipment as
radios, motors, transformers, condensers, switches, relays, generators, and fixtures.
Workers may be required to repair or install equipment or maintain it in operation.
Readings are in terms of volts, amperes, watts, ohms, and horsepower.
4-X6.2 STRUCTURAL CRAFTS
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into hand crafts which involve
the positioning, cutting, fitting, joining, or finishing of structural materials. Workers
may be required to have a knowledge of the physical properties of the materials with
which they work. These involve stresses, strains, durability, strength of seams or joints,
and resistance to weather. The work generally occurs outside a factory or shop en-
vironment, or it may occur in connection with the assembly or unit installation of struc-
tural materials on factory production lines dissociated from the benches and stationary
equipment of a shop area. Assembling and installing activities are those which do not
require a knowledge of mechanical or electrical repair. Tools used are usually hand or
portable power tools. The work is done on objects such as rock formations, buildings,
bridges, ships, airplanes, tanks, or motor vehicles.
4-X6.3 BENCH CRAFTS
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into hand crafts which involve
the assembling, fitting, grinding, carving, molding, forming, modeling, or accurate inspec-
tion of relatively small parts and materials. The work may also include bench repairing
and the making of replacement parts for instruments and small mechanical units. Workers
usually work in a position location in a mill or shop area, and at a bench, work table, or
conveyor. They frequently use bench power tools and may operate one or several larger
stationary machines as an adjunct to their hand trade. Jigs, fixtures, and set gages are
common.
4-X6.5 GRAPHIC ART WORK
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into crafts which involve the
commercial reproduction of designs, illustrations, or typed materials by means of painting,
printing, or photography. Workers engage in such activities as setting or casting type:
photographing, developing, and retouching negatives; engraving and etching plates: and
painting designs and doing lettering for signs, posters, and decorations. Workers are fre-
quently required to know type faces, styles, and sizes; to work with air brushes, pens,
etching needles, and chemical etching and developing compounds; and to mix, blend, and
match colored inks or paints. Printing measurements are in terms of ems, picas, and
points; photographic in terms of time, light density, and lens characteristics. (The opera-
tion of printing presses is not included in this classification nor is the creation of artistic
designs or the composing of photographs. Photographic reproduction of colored sketches
and of black-and-white material for purposes other than clerical recording is included.)
4-X6.6 PROCESSING
Persons having the qualifications necessary for entry into trades which require the
exercise of judgment and a thorough knowledge of the process involved in extracting, re-
fining, mixing, compounding, chemically treating, or heat treating materials. Workers
usually operate or tend equipment such as mixing machines, extractors, vats, tanks, stills,
cookers, ovens, kilns, or furnaces. Readings are frequently in terms of pressures, tempera-
tures, and weight or volume measures. High temperatures, wet floors, and dust or fumes
are common, and workers may be required to wear protective clothing or equipment

FIVE-DIGIT CLASSIFICATIONS IN 4-X

Definitions will be found on pages immediately following, where each
classification at the finest level of classification is presented in complete form.
4-X2.0 MACHINING
4-X2.01 Metal Machining
4-X2.02 Wood Machining
4-X2.03 Stone or Glass Machining






4-X Classifications 65

4-X2.1 MECHANICAL REPAIRING
4-X2.10 Mechanical Repairing*
4-X2.4 COMPLEX MACHINE OPERATING (n. e. c.)
4-X2.45 Complex Textile Machine Operating and Related
4-X2.46 Paper Machine Operating
4-X2.48 Power Press Forming and Related
4-X2.49 Hauling, Hoisting and Drilling Machine Operating
4-X6.1 ELECTRICAL REPAIRING
4-X6.18 Electrical Repairing*
4-X6.2 STRUCTURAL CRAFTS
4-X6.20 Structural Work, Assorted Materials
4-X6.21 StructuralWork, Metal
4-X6.22 Structural Work, Wood
4-X6.23 Structural Work, Stone or Glass
4-X6.24 Structural Work, Plastic Materials
4-X6.28 Welding and Related
4-X6.29 Excavating, Mining, Grading and Related
4-X6.3 BENCH CRAFTS
4-X6.30 Bench Work, Assorted Materials
4-X6.31 Bench Work, Metal
4-X6.32 Bench Work, Wood
4-X6.33 Bench Work, Stone, Glass or Jewels
4-X6.34 Bench Work, Plastic Materials
4-X6.35 Bench Work, Fabric, Leather and Related
4-X6.36 Bench Work, Paper Products
4-X6.37 Bench Work, Foods and Related
4-X6.38 Inspecting and Testing
4-X6.5 GRAPHIC ART WORK
4-X6.50 Art Work (Brush, Spray, Pen, Stylus and Related)
4-X6.56 Typesetting and Related
4-X6.58 Photographic Work
4-X6.6 PROCESSING
4-X6.60 Processing, Assorted Materials
4-X6.61 Processing, Metal
4-X6.62 Processing, Wood
4-X6.64 Processing, Plastic Materials and Paint
4-X6.65 Processing, Fabric, Leather and Related
4-X6.67 Processing, Foods and Related
4-X6.69 Refining and Related
Examination of the titles and occupations related to the five-digit classifi-
cations will reveal that the fifth digit in 4-X has the same significance regard-
less of the combination of other digits with which it is found. The inter-
pretation of the fifth digits may be summarized as follows:
0-ASSORTED OR MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS
1-METALS (including plastic substitutes)
2--WOOD (including any materials similarly tooled or machined, such as
plywood, pressed wood, pressed paper board, hard rubber, and other
solid plastics with properties similar to wood)
3-STONE, GLASS and JEWELS (excepting molten glass, but includ-
ing plastic substitutes)
4-PLASTIC MATERIALS (including mixtures of granular substances
with cohesives, and molten non-metal substances, such as: molten glass,
clay, pottery, paint, plaster, molding sand, and plaster of Paris.
Plastics and rubber are included only when in a plastic state.)
*To achieve uniformity in coding, these four-digit classifications have been extended to five digits
without change.





66 4-X Classifications

5-FABRIC, LEATHER AND RELATED (including fur, rubberized
fabrics, and sheet rubber)
6-PAPER (including cellophane and foil)
7-FOOD AND RELATED (including other materials for human con-
sumption manufactured under sanitary regulations such as drugs,
beverages, and tobacco)
2-MISCELLANEOUS (electrical, welding, inspecting, press forming, and
photographic work)
9-MISCELLANEOUS (excavating, mining, grading, hauling, hoisting,
transporting, and refining)

SIX-DIGIT CLASSIFICATIONS IN 4-X

Entry, occupations related to 4-X usually require long and specific train-
ing. Consequently six-digit classifications are needed to classify adequately
the significant vocational training and casual work experience which some
entry applicants acquire. These classifications are presented in detail on the
pages that follow and are grouped under the definitions for the five-digit
classifications in which they occur. A complete summary of the six-digit codes
may be found in the Code Summary at the beginning of Section 1 (page 6 ff.).


EXPLANATORY NOTE
As explained in the Introductory Material, page XIII, five- and six-digit
classifications can usually be justified only by specific vocational training or
casual work experience, Many occupations in 4-X and 6-X listed on the
following pages as ENTRY are NON-ENTRY to applicants without prelim-
inary training or experience. All of the occupations listed here as ENTRY.
therefore, cannot be regarded as ENTRY at the three- and four-digit levels of
classification.
Also, HELPER jobs on the following pages have usually been related as
ENTRY in the same classification where the persons they assist are listed as
NON-ENTRY. This was done to show the most logical entry relationships.
In many instances a HELPER is not expected to learn the occupation of the
person he helps. Since this is so, HELPER jobs can sometimes be related
just as accurately to similar but less exacting classifications in 6-X.
Occupations listed as ENTRY in less exacting 6-X classifications can also
be added to the occupations listed as ENTRY on the 4-X level, although they
do not normally require the judgment, perseverance, and trade learner charac-
teristics required in 4-X. These relationships can be.developed by use of the
Related Entry Classifications listed at the end of each classification.






4-X2.01 Metal Machining 67


OCCUPATIONAL COMPOSITION OF THE 4-X CLASSIFICATIONS


4-X2 MACHINE TRADES

4-X2.0 Machining

4-X2.01 METAL MACHINING *
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into machine trades which
involve the precise removal of excess mate-
rial from metal stock by cutting, boring,
milling, or grinding. Workers are required
to have some familiarity with the set-up and
operation of one or more metal working
machines such as lathes, planers, shapers,
milling machines, drill presses, or boring
mills. Workers must be able to read blue-
prints, use micrometers and other precision
instruments, make necessary mathematical
computations, and exercise judgment in
making cuts and using cutting tools.
4-X2.010 All-Around Metal Machining
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into machine trades which
involve the precise removal of excess ma-
terial from metal stock by cutting, boring,
milling, or grinding. Workers must be able
to set up and operate all of the common
metal working machines, read blueprints, use
micrometers and other precision instru-
ments, make mathematical computations,
and exercise judgment in making cuts and
using cutting tools. Workers must be able
to work to tolerances of less than .002 of
an inch without taking too many cuts or
without excessive spoilage.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
#7-94.110 Die-Maker Apprentice I (mach.
shop)
7-94.100 Machinist Apprentice (mach.
shop)
8-78.10 Machinist Helper (mach. shop)
#7-99.832 Patternmaker Apprentice, Metal
(found.)
#7-94.112 Tool-and-Die-Maker Apprentice
(mach. shop)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
4-75.010 Armature-Shaft Re p a i rm a n
(any ind.)
4-76.210 Diamond Mounter (mach. shop)
4-75.140 Die-Lay-Out Man I (mach.
shop)
4-76.010 Die Maker II (mach. shop)
4-76.010 Die Maker, Trim (mach. shop).
4-76.010 Die Repairman (mach. shop)*
4-76.010 Die Sinker (mach. shop)
4-76.010 Die-Try-Out Man (mach. shop)
4-76.010 Edger Man I (mach. shop)
4-76.210 Fixture Maker (mach. shop)
#4-75.140 Form-Block Lay-Out Man (air-
craft mfg.)
4-76.210 Forming-Tool Maker (mach.
shop)
4-76.210 Gage Maker (mach. shop))
589524---44--6


4-76.210
4-75.160
4-75.140
4-75.140

4-75.010
4-75.010

4-75.010
4-75.010

5-17.070
4-75.010
5-17.010
#4-76.040

4-76.210
4-76.210
4-76.210
#4-75.010


Jig Maker II (mach. shop)
Job Setter II (mach. shop)
Lay-Out Man (found.)
Machine Lay-Out Man (mach.
shop)
Machinist II (mach. shop)
Machinist, Automobile (auto.
serv.)
Machinist, Floor (mach. shop)
Machinist, Maintenance (any
ind.)
Model Maker II (firearms)
Mold Maker IV (glass mfg.)
Patternmaker, Metal (found.)
Tool-and-Die" Maker (mach.
shop)
Tool Maker (mach. shop)
Tool Repairman (mach. shop)
Tool Troubleman (mach. shop)
Watch Machinist (clock and
watch)


RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 4-X2.01 Metal
Machining; 4-X6.310 Mechanical or Metal
Unit Assembling.
4-X2.011 Metal Lathe Work
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving the set-
up and operation of metal working lathes.
Workers must be able to select proper chucks,
position work accurately, select and adjust
cutting tools, determine speed ratios, read
blueprints, and exercise judgment in making
cuts.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
4-78.161 Axle Turner, Rough (loco. &
car bldg. & rep.)
6-78.291 Barrel Threader (firearms)
4-78.011 Chaser V (mach. tool & access.)
6-78.162 Commutator Finisher (any ind.)
4-78.011 Engine-Lathe Operator I (mach.
shop)
6-78.163 Gisholt-Lathe Operator (mach.
shop)
4-78.021 Jones-and-Lamson-Lathe Oper-
ator (mach. shop)
4-78.021 Libby-Lathe Operator (mach.
shop)
4-78.011 Ragger (iron & steel)
4-78.011 Roughing-Lathe Operator
(mach. shop)
4-78.011 Screw-Cutting-Lathe, Operator
(mach. shop)
4-78.021 Screw-Machine Operator (mach.
shop)
4-78.012 Speed-Lathe Operator (mach.
shop)
4-78.021 Turret-Lathe Operator (mach.
shop)
4-72.012 Underturner (clock & watch)
4-78.021 Universal-Turret-Lathe Opera-
tor (mach. shop)





68 4-X2.01 Metal Machining


4-78.022 Vertical-Turret-Lathe Operator
(mach. shop)
6-78.166 Wheel-Lathe Operator (loco. &
car bldg. & rep.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
4-78.161 Axle Turner, Finishing (loco. &
car bldg. & rep.)
#4-78.011 Barrel Turner I (firearms)
5-81.110 Brake-Drum-Lathe Operator
(auto. ser.)
#4-72.014 Damascener (clock & watch)
4-78.011 Finishing-Lathe Operator
(mach. shop)
4-72.011 Fox-Lathe Operator (clock &
watch)
#4-75.010 Lathe Operator, Large (fire-
arms; ship. & boat bldg. &
rep.)
4-78.011 Precision-Lathe O p e r a t o r
(mach. shop)
4-78.011 Reliever, Machine (mach. tool
& access.)
4-78.011 Roll Turner I (iron & steel)
4-75.160 Screw-Machine-Set-Up Man, Au-
tonratic (mach. shop)
#4-75.160 Set-Up Man, Gridley Automatic
(radio mfg.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 4-X2.01 Metal
Machining; 4-X2.021 Wood Lathe Work;
4-X2.031 Stone Lathe Work; 6-X2.411 Metal
Turning.
4-X2.012 Metal Milling and Related
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving the set-up
and operation of metal milling machines and
similar equipment. Workers must be able
to position work properly and to select
proper cutting tools for milling, profiling, or
hobbing in accordance with blueprint speci-
fications.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
4-78.031 Fixed-Bed-Milling-Machine Op-
erator (mach. shop)
4-78.131 Gear-Generator Operator
(mach. shop)
4-78.132 Gear-Hobber Operator I (mach.
shop)
4-78.133 Gear-Milling-Machine O p e r a -
tor I (machine shop)
4-78.111 Gear Profiler (mach. shop)
4-78.031 Horizontal-Milling-Machine Op-
erator (mach. shop)
4-78.131 Magg-Gear Shaper (mach. tool
& access.)
4-78.031 Milling-Machine Operator II
(mach. shop)
4-78.031 Milling-Machine Operator, Hand
(mach. shop)
#4-78.031 Milling-Machine Operator, Port-
able (mach. shop)
4-78.031 Plain-Milling-Machine Operator
(mach. shop)


4-78.031 Planer -Type Milling Machine
Operator (mach. shop)
4-78.111 Profiling-Machine Operator I
(mach. shop)
4-78.031 Slotter II (mach. shop)
#4-78.031 Spar-Cap-Mill Operator (air-
craft mfg.)
4-78.031 Vertical-Milling-Machine Opera-
tor (mach. shop)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
#4-78.031 Hy-Cycle-Mill Operator (air-
craft mfg.)
4-76.910 Keller-Machine Operator (auto
mfg.)
4-78.031 Rack Cutter (mach. tool & ac
cess.)
4-75.160 Tool Setter, Milling (firearms)
4-75.160 Tool Setter, Profiling (firearms)
4-78.031 Universal-Milling-Machine Op-
erator (mach. shop)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 4-X2.01 Metal Ma-
chining; 6-X2.412 Metal Milling.
4-X2.013 Metal Planing, Shaping, and Re-
lated
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving the set-
up and operation of metal planers and
shapers. Workers mist be able to follow
blueprints, position work and tools, and ex-
ercise judgment in making cuts.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:


6-78.051 Broaching-Machine Operator I
(mach. shop)
4-78.061 Die-Shaping-Machine Operator
(mach. shop)
#4-78.063 Draw Cut Shaper Operator
(ship & boat bldg. & rep.)
4-78.061 Draw-Shaper Operator (mach.
shop)
#6-78.293 Flange-Facing-Machine Opera-
tor (ship & boat bldg. & rep.)
4-78.134 Gear-Shaper Operator (mach.
shop)
6-78.051 Horizontal Broaching-Machine
Operator (mach. shop)
4-78.061 Horizontal-Shaper 0 p e r a tor
(mach. shop)
4-78.071 Hydraulic-Planer O p e r a t o r
(mach. shop)
6-78.051 Internal-Broaching-Machine Op-
erator (mach. shop)
6-78.121 Internal Keyseating Machine
Operator (mach. shop)
S4-78.071 Open-Side-Planer Operator
(mach. shop)
4-78.071 Planer Operator II (mach.
shop)
#6-78.071 Plate-Edge-Planer Op e r a t o r
(ship & boat bldg. & rep.)
#4-78.071 Plate-Planer Operator I (mach.
shop)
5-05.550 Scarfer III (ship & boat bldg.
& rep.)






4-X2.01 Metal Machining 69


4-78.061 Shaper Operator I (mach. shop)
#8-78.10 Shaper-Operator Helper I
(mach. shop)
4-78.071 Side-Head-Planer Operator
(mach. shop)
4-78.061 Slotter I (mach. shop)
6-78.051 Vertical-Broaching-Machine Op-
erator (mach. shop)
4-78.061 Vertical-Shaper Operator
(mach. shop)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
4-78.062 Shaper Operator, Portable
(mach. shop)
4-72.013 Wheel Cutter (clock & watch)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 4-X2.01 Metal
Machining; 6-X2.413 Metal Planing.
4-X2.014 Metal Boring, Drilling and
Related
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving the set-
up and operation of drill presses and bor-
ing mills for boring, drilling, routing, tap-
ping, or reaming metal and related mate-
rials. Workers must be able to select cut-
ting tools, adjust machine stops and gages,
read blueprints, and exercise judgment in
making cuts.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
6-78.151 Barrel Centerer I (firearms)
#6-78.025 Barrel Chamberer (firearms)
4-78.211 Barrel Reamer (firearms)
6-78.141 Bolt-Threading-Machine Opera-
tor (any ind.)
#4-78.044 Boring-Mill Operator (mach.
shop )
#4-78.042 Boring-Mill Operator, Portable
(mach. shop)
6-78.152 Centering-Machine Op e r a t o r
(mach. shop)
6-78.152 Centering-Machine Operator,
Transmission Shaft (auto
mfg.)
6-72.317 Driller III (jewelry)
6-78.084 Gun-Barrel-Drill Ope r a t o r
(auto. mfg.)
#4-78.042. Horizontal-Boring-and Milling -
Machine Operator (mach.
shop)
6-78.083 Horizontal-Drill-Press Operator
(mach. shop)
6-78.081 Multiple-Spindle-Drill-Press Op-
erator (mach. shop)
#6-78.142 Nut Tapper (const.; loco. & car
bldg. & rep.; ship & boat bldg.
& rep.)
6-95.058 Pipe-Threading-Machine Opera-
tor (any ind.)
6-78.082 Radial-Drill-Press 0 p e r a t o r
(mach. shop)
#6-94.226 Radial-Router Operator (air.
craft mfg.)
#9-03.01 Radial-Router-Operator Helper
(aircraft mfg.)


6-78.081 Reamer, Machine (mach. shop)
6-78.213 Reaming-Machine Operator I
(auto. mfg.)
#6-94.227 Router Operator III (aircraft
mfg.)
6-78.081 Sensitive-Feed-Drill-Press Oper-
ator (mach. shop)
6-78.142 Tapping-Machine Operator III
(mach. shop)
6-78.083 Upright-Drill-Press Operator
(mach. shop)
#4-78.044 Vertical-Boring-Mill Operator
(mach. shop)
6-78.083 Vertical-Drill-Press Operator
(mach. shop)
6-78.214 Wheel Borer (loco. & car bldg. &
rep.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
#4-78.214 Barrel Rifler (firearms)
4-76.110 Die Assembler (iron & steel)
4-78.043 Jig-Boring-Machine Operator
(mach. shop)
4-78.043 Swiss-Jig-Boring-Machine Oper-
ator (mach. shop)
4-75.160 Tool Setter, Tap (firearms)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 4-X2.01 Metal
Machining; 6-X2.414 Metal Boring, Drilling
and Related.
4-X2.015 Metal Precision Grinding
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving the set-up
and operation of precision grinding machines
for grinding, polishing, or filing operations on
metal and related materials. Workers must
follow blueprint specifications and must be
able to work to close tolerances. In most
instances the material is fixture-held and
the worker must exercise judgment in guid-
ing the grinding tool, either by hand or by
the operation of hand wheels.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
5-84.110 Bar-Tool-Grinding-Machine Op-
erator (mach. shop) .
5-84.110 Barber-Coleman Operator (auto.
mfg.)
6-78.411 Bearingnizer (auto. mfg.)
6-78.511 Centerless-Grinder 0 p e r a tor
(mach. shop)
#6-78.521 Cylindrical-Grinder Operator II
(mach. shop)
#6-78.610 Do-All-Saw Operator (mach.
shop)
#6-78.513 External-Grinder Operator I
(auto. mfg.)
4-78.291 Filer, Machine (mach. tool &
access.)
6-78.413 Gear Burnisher (mach. shop)
6-78.132 Gear-Tooth Grinder (auto. mfg.)
6-78.413 G e a r Tooth-Shaver Operator
(mach. shop)
6-78.413 Gear-Lapping-Machine Operator
(mach. shop)






70 4-X2.02 Wood Machining


4-78.411 Honing-Machine Operator
(mach. shop)
5-84.130 Knife Grinder II (woodwork-
ing)
6-78.413 Lapping-Machine Operator
(mach. shop)
6-78.413 Pinion Finisher (auto. mfg.)
6-77.330 Roller Operator II (auto. mfg.)'
6-78.515 Rotary-Surface-Grinder Opera-
tor (auto. mfg.)
6-78.511 Shaft Grinder (elec. equip.)
6-78.516 Thread Grinder (mach. tool &
access.)
5-84.140 Tool Grinder IV (stonework)
#9-65.64 Tool-Grinder Helper (mach.
shop)
6-78.413 Tool Lapper (mach. tool & ac-
cess.)
6-78.632 Valve Grinder I (mach. shop)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
4-78.512 Amplifier Grinder (auto. mfg.)
4-77.010 Barrel Polisher, Inside (fire-
arms)
4-78.511 Cylindrical-Grinder Operator I
(mach. shop)
5-84.110 Drill Sharpener II (mach. shop)
4-78.511 External Cylindrical Grinder
Operator (mach. shop)
4-78 511 External-Grinder, Tool (mach.
shop)
.5-84.110 Gage Grinder (mach. shop)
4-78.512 Internal-Grinder Operator I
(mach. shop)
5-84.110 Reamer Grinder (mach. shop)
4-78.511 Roll-Grinder Operator (mach.
shop)
4-88.291 Roll Polisher (iron & steel)
4-78.513 Surface-Grinder Operator I
(mach. shop)
5-84.110 Tap Grinder (mach. tool & ac-
cess.)
5-84.110 'Tool Grinder Operator (mach.
shop)
4-75.160 Tool Setter, Grinding (firearms)
4-78.511 Universal-Grinder 0 p e r a tor
(mach. shop)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 4-X2.01 Metal
Machining; 4-X6.315 Grinding and Tool
Dressing (Including Hand Forging);
6-X2.415 Metal Grinding (Material Fixture-
Held) ; 6-X4.415 Metal Grinding, Polishing
Machine Operating (Hand Manipulated).
4-X2.02 WOOD MACHINING
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into machine trades which
require a knowledge of different types of
wood or similar materials and the ability to
set up and operate one or more woodwork-
ing machines. Workers must be able to
read blueprints, use precision measuring in-
struments, make mathematical computa-
tions, and exercise judgment in making cuts
and in using cutting tools. (Workers who


use machines as an adjunct to hand skills
should be classified in 4-X6.32 Bench Work,
Wood.)
4-X2.021 Wood Lathe Work
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving the set-up
and operation of woodworking lathes.
Workers must exercise judgment in posi-
tioning work accurately, in working to close
tolerances, and in making cuts according to
specifications.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
6-38.120 Barrel-Lathe Operator, Inside
cooperagee)
6-38.130 Barrel-Lathe Operator, Outside
cooperagee)
6-33.373 Lathe Hand, Automatic (furn.)
6-33.372 Variety-Lathe Operator (shaped
wood. art.)
6-39.474 Veneer-Lathe Operator (bas-
ketry; furn.; veneer)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
4-39.362 Last Maker (lasts & forms)
4-39.363 Last Turner (lasts & forms)
#4-57.910 Rubber-Tube Grinder (rubber
goods)
4-33.362 Spindle Carver (furn.: plan.
mill.)
4-33.363 Wood Turner (woodworking)
RELATED" ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
4-X2.029 Miscellaneous Wood Machining:
4-X6.32 Bench Work. Wood: 6-X2 Wood-
working Machine Tending; 6-X4.42 Wood-
working Machine Operating.
4-X2.029 Miscellaneous Wood Machining
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving the set-up
and operation of one or more woodworking
machines other than lathes, for the precsce
grinding, cutting, drilling, or boring of wood
or related materials. Workers may be re-
quired to read blueprints, lay out work. and
work to close tolerances, and generally must
exercise judgment in the use of cutting tools.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
6-49.210 Blocker I (print. & pub.)
4-33.461 Double-Surfacer Operator
(woodworking)
8-33.11 Molder-Operator Helper II
(woodworking)
4-33.461 Planer Operator IV (woodwork-
ing)
4-33.461 Pony-Planer Operator (plan.
mill)
4-33.411 Router Operator I (furn.: plan.
mill)
4-33.461 Single-Surfacer Operator (wood-
working)
4-33.461 Strato-Planer Operator (radio
mfg.)

4-33.411 Tub-Handle-Boring-Machine Op-
erator cooperagee)





4-X2.10 Mechanical Repairing 71


6-33.366

6-33.367


Wood-Carving-Machine Opera-
tor (furn.; plan. mill)
Wood-Letter Carver (shaped
wood. art.)


NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
4-31.110 Band-Head-Saw Operator (saw-
mill)
4-31.110 Band-Head-Saw Operator, Ve-
neer (veneer)
5-83.311 Machine Set-Up Man IV (wood-
working)
6-33.464 Molder Operator III (wood-
working)
4-33.311 Universal Woodworking Ma -
chine Operator (woodwork-
ing)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
4-X2.021 Wood Lathe Work; 4-X6.32 Bench
Work, Wood; 6-X2.42 Woodworking Ma-
chine Tending; 6-X4.42 Woodworking Ma-
chine Operating.
4-X2.03 STONE OR GLASS MACHINING
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into machine trades which
involve the precise removal of excess mate-
rial from stone or glass by cutting, boring,
milling, or grinding. Workers are required
to have some familiarity with the set-up
and operation of one or more machines,
must be able to interpret specifications, use
precision measuring instruments, work to
close tolerances, and make necessary mathe-
matical computations. (Persons who use
machines as an adjunct to hand skills
should be classified in 4-X6.33 Bench Work,
Stone, Glass or Jewels.)
4-X2.031 Stone Lathe Work
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving the set-up
and operation of stone working lathes for
cutting, grinding, or polishing operations.
Workers must exercise judgment in using
cutting tools and in making cuts in accord-
ance with specifications.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
4-69.110 Stone-Lathe Operator (stone-
work)
4-69.120 Stone-Lathe Polisher (stone-
work)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 4-X2.03 Stone or
Glass Machining; 4-X6.33 Bench Work,
Stone, Glass or Jewels; 6-X2.43 Stone Work-
ing Machine Tending; 6-X4.43 Stone or
Glass Machine Operating.
4-X2.033 Stone Planing and Molding
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving the set-up
and operation of specialized machines for the
planing and shaping of stone. Workers
must exercise judgment in using cutting tools


and in making cuts in accordance with speci-
fications.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
4-69.140 Planer, Stone (stonework)
4-69.150 Stone Molder (stonework)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 4-X2.03 Stone or
Glass Machining; 6-X2.43 Stone Working
Machine Tending; 6-X4.43 Stone or Glass
Machine Operating.
4-X2.035 Glass Grinding, Polishing and
Related (Fine Work)
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving the set-up
and operation of specialized machines for
polishing, edging, or drilling glass and re-
lated materials to form products such as
lenses, prisms, jewelry, and mirrors.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
5-08.020 Beveler I (optical goods)
5-09.020 Driller IV (optical goods)
#7-99.610 Precision Lens Grinder, Appren-
tice (optical goods)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
5-08.040 Bevel-Edge G r i n d e r (optical
goods)
5-08.030 Dotter (optical goods)
#5-08.040 Edge Grinder, Automatic (opti-
cal goods)
5-08.050 Eyeglass Cutter (optical goods)
#5-08.045 Lens-Edge Grinder, Hand (opti-
cal goods)
5-08.070 Lens Grinder I (optical goods)
5-08.070 Lens Grinder, Cylindrical (opti-
cal goods)
5-08.080 Lens Polisher (optical goods)
5-08.010 Optician (optical goods)
#5-08.071 Precision-Lens Grinder (optical
goods)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
Other classifications in 4-X2.0 Machining;
4-X6.3 Bench Crafts; 6-X4.33 Bench Work,
Stone, Glass or Jewels.
4-X2.1 Mechanical Repairing
4-X2.10 MECHANICAL REPAIRING AND
RELATED
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into machine trades in-
volving the repair, maintenance, and
installation of machines and mechanical
equipment. Workers must be able to dis-
assemble, repair, and reassemble parts.
(Initial production-line assembling of parts
is included in structural or bench work
classifications.)
4-X2.100 All-Around Mechanical Repair-
ing
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving the main-
Stenance, repair, and installation of several





72 4-X2.10 Mechanical Repairing


kinds of machines or mechanical equipment.
Workers are frequently required to use spe-
cial rigging for moving heavy equipment.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
#7-94.300 Machinist Apprentice, Outside
(ship & boat bldg. & rep.)
#9-65.45 Machinist Helper, Marine (ship
& boat bldg. & rep.)
9-05.51 Machinist Helper, Marine Gas-
Engine (ship & boat bldg. &
rep.)
#9-65.45 Machinist Helper, Outside (ship
& boat bldg. & rep.)
7-99.020 Maintenance-Mechanic Appren-
tice (any ind.)
#7-99.025 Millwright Apprentice (any
ind. )
#9-65.64 Millwright Helper (mach. shop)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
#3-49.42 All-Around Farm-Machinery Op-
erator (agric.)
#5-83.641 Deck Engineer (water trans.)
5-83.641 Field Mechanic (any ind.)
5-83.641 Machine-Repair Floorman (any
ind.)
#4-75.150 Machinist, Marine (ship & boat
bldg. & rep.)
#4-75.150 Machinist, Outside (ship & boat
bldg. & rep.)
5-83.642 Machinist, Marine Gas-Engine
(ship & boat bldg. & rep.)
5-83.621 Maintenance Man, Factory or
Mill (any ind.)
5-83.641 Maintenance Mechanic II (any
ind.)
5-78.100 Millwright (any ind.)
#5-83.621 Powerhouse Repairman (elec.
equip.)
5-83.641 Repairman II (anth. coal min-
ing; bit. coal mining)
5-83.641 Shovel-Crane Man (bit. coal
mining)
5-83.641 Steam-H a m m e r Repairman
(forging)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 4-X2.10 Mechan-
ical Repairing and Related; 0-X7.4 Engi-
neering and Related.

4-X2.102 Engine and Pump Maintenance
and Repairing
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving the re-
pair, maintenance, and installation of en-
gines, pumps, motors, turbines, boilers, or
other equipment using fuel oil, coal, water,
or natural gas as a source of power. Repair
of combustion engines or electrically pow-
ered equipment is included in this classi-
fication only when the worker's knowledge
of pumps or other equipment is more impor-
tant than a knowledge of combustion engine
repair (4-X2.103) or electric motor repair
(4-X6.183).


ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
7-72.510 Acid-Solution-Pump Man (tex-
tile)
7-72.580 Air-Compressor Operator (any
ind.)
#7-72.520 Booster-Pump Operator II (pipe
lines)
#7-48.060 Cadet Engineer (water trans.)
7-72.540 Cooling-Tower Operator (petrol.
refin.)
7-71.010 Diesel-Engine Oiler (any ind.)
7-72.530 Dredge Pumpman (const.)
7-72.510 Fire-Department Pumpman (pe-
trol. refin.)
#7-70.210 Fireman, Marine (water trans.)
7-72.550 Gas-Lift Engineer (petrol. pro-
duction)
7-72.410 Humidifier Attendant (textile;
tobacco)
7-72.560 Jack-Line Man (petrol. produc-
tion)
#7-71.110 Marine Oiler (water trans.)
7-72.570 Oil Pumper (petrol. production)
7-71.010 Oiler II (any ind.)
7-99.120 Operating Engineer, Junior
(const.)
6-92.003 Pipeman, Furnace Cooling (iron
& steel)
7-72.540 Process Pumper II (petrol. re-
fin.)
7-72.510 Pumping Engineer (anth. coal
mining; bit. coal mining;
metal' mining: quarry)
7-72.510 Pumpman I (any ind.)
7-72.510 Sump-Pump Operator (any ind.)

NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
5-72.010 Acid-Concentration-Plant-Equip-
ment Engineer (perrol. refin.)
5-72.010 Breaker Engineer (anth. coal
mining)
5-72.910 Compressor Engineer, Caisson
costst)
5-72.210 Diesel-Engine Operator, Station-
ary (any ind.)
0-88.25 Engineer II (fisli)
0-88.24 Engineer V (water trans.)
0-88.21 Engineer, Chief Marine (water
trans.)
5-72.010 Fan Engineer (anth. coal min-
ing; bit, coal mining)
5-72.010 Gasoline-Plant Engineer (petrol.
production)
5-72.050 Hot-Mill Engineer (iron & steel)
5-72.020 Maintenance Engineer I (any
ind.)
5-23.910 Operating Engineer IV (const.)
5-72.310 Paraffin-Plant-Refrigerating En-
gineer (petrol. refin.)
0-88.22 Port Engineer (water trans.)
5-72.010 Powerman II (any ind.)
5-83641 Pump Serviceman (any ind.)
5-83.641 Pumpman V (ore dress., smelt.,
& refin.)
7-72.540 Pumpman VII (petrol. refin.)
5-72.310 Refrigerating Engineer (any
ind.)





4-X2.10 Mechanical Repairing 73


5-72.010 Stationary Engineer (any ind.)
5-72.010 Tipple Engineer (bit. coal min-
ing.)
0-88.23 Tugboat Engineer (w a t e r
trans.)
5-51.120 Turbine Operator (light, heat,
& power)
5-72.010 Washery Engineer (anth. coal
mining)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 4-X2.10 Mechan-
ical Repairing and Related; 0-X7.4 Engi-
neering and Related; 6-X6.64 Equipment
Serving and Related.
4-X2.103 Combustion Engine Repairing
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work requiring a knowl-
edge of the repair of internal combustion
engines. Workers may do installing, serv-
icing, overhauling, repairing, inspecting, or
testing of internal combustion engines.
(Workers who perform production line in-
stallations of combustion engines as me-
chanical units which do not require a knowl-
edge of the operation or repair of the en-
gine should be classified 4-X6.210 Mechani-
cal or Metal Unit Installing.)
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
#7-99.050 Aircraft-Engine-Mechanic Ap-
prentice (air tians.)
#7-80.200 Aircraft-Engine-Mechanic Help-
er, Line Service (air trans.)
#7-99.051 Airplane-Mechanic Apprentice I
(air trans.)
#7-99.060 Automobile-Mechanic Appren-
tice (auto. ser.)
7-81.010 Automobile-Mechanic Helper
(auto. ser.)
7-81.610 Carburetor Man II (auto. ser.)
7-81.640 Heavy Repairman (auto. mfg.)
7-02.357 Motor Adjuster (auto. mfg.)
#7-81.040 Tractor-Mechanic Helper (any
&nd.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
#5-80.130 Aircraft-Engine Assembler (air
trans.)
#5-80.130 Aircraft-Engine-Cylinder Me-
chanic (air trans.)
#5-80.130 Aircraft-Engine Dismantler (air
trans.)
#5-80.130 Aircraft-Engine Installer (air
trans.)
#5-80.130 Aircraft-Engine Mechanic (air
trans.)
#5-80.130 Aircraft-Engine-Mechanic Fore-
man (air trans.)
#5-80.130 Aircraft-Engine Mechanic, Line
Service (air trans.)
#5-80.130 Aircraft-Engine Mechanic, Over-
haul (air trans.)
#5-80.910 Airplane Inspector II (air
trans.)
5-80.100 Airplane Mechanic I (air trans.)
5-81.010 Automobile Mechanic (auto ser.)


5-81.010

#5-81.650


5-81.610

5-81.910

5-81.920

#5-80.130
5-81.040
5-83.931
7-02.713

7-02.713

#5-80.352
#5-80.130

#5-80.350

5-81.620
5-81.630

5-81.020

5-81.630
5-81.630
5-81.630

5-81040
5-81.030


Automobile Mechanic, Bench
(auto ser.)
Automobile Mechanic, Diesel
Engine (auto. mfg.; auto.
ser.)
Automobile Mechanic, Motor I
(auto. ser.)
Automobile-Repair Serviceman
(auto. ser.)
Automobile Tester I (auto.
ser.)
Carburetor Man I (air. trans.)
Cat Doctor (logging)
Diesel Mechanic (any ind.)
Dynamometer Tester, Chassis
(auto. mfg.)
Dynamometer Tester, Motor
(auto. mfg.)
Engineman II (aircraft mfg.)
Engine-Service Mechanic (air
trans.)
Engine Tester (air trans.; air-
'craft mfg.)
Motor Analyst (auto. ser.)
Motor and Chassis Inspector
(auto. mfg.)
Motorcycle Repairman (auto.
ser.)
Silent-Room Tester (auto. mfg.)
Test Driver I (auto. mfg.)
Test Observer, Final Test (auto.
mfg.)
Tractor Mechanic (any ind.)
Truck Mechanic (auto. ser.)


RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 4-X2.10 Mechan-
ical Repairing and Related; 0-X7.4 Engi-
neering and Related; 6-X6.64 Equipment
Serving and Related.

4-X2.104 Aircraft Equipment Repairing
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving the repair,
maintenance, and installation of aircraft
equipment exclusive of engines or electrical
equipment. Workers may make engine or
electrical repairs in addition to repairs to
other parts of aircraft.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
#7-80.120 Aircraft-Mechanic Helper (air
trans.)
#7-80.120 Airplane-Mechanic Helper, Line
Service (air trans.)
#7-80.200 Propeller-Mechanic Helper (air
trans.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
#5-80.120 Aircraft Mechanic (air trans.)
#5-80.120 Airplane Mechanic, Line Service
(air trans.)
#5-80.120 Airplane Mechanic, Overhaul
(air trans.)
#5-80.120 Airplane-Tank-and-Cowl Me-
chanic (air trans.)
#5-80.800 Airship Mechanic (gov. ser.)





74 4-X2.10 Mechanical Repairing


#5-03.562 Propeller-Installation Assem-
bler (aircraft mfg.)
#5-80.130 Propeller Mechanic (air trans.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 4-X2.10 Mechan-
ical Repairing and Related; 4-X6.2 Struc-
tural Crafts; 0-X7.4 Engineering and Re-
lated.

4-X2.105 Textile Machine Repairing
Persons having the qualifications necessary
for entry into work which requires a knowl-
,edge of the functioning of textile machines
in order to make repairs or set up machines
:for predetermined patterns of weaving or
knitting.
:ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
6-19.844 Doup Fixer (textile)
7-83.322 Gear Changer, Looms (textile)
t6-18.510 Reed Repairman (textile)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
5-83.326 Comb Maker II (textile)
5-83.321 Knitter Mechanic (knit goods)
.5-83.322 Knitting-Machine Fixer (ho-
siery; knit goods)-
4-16.010 Loom Fixer (textile)
.5-83.323 Looper Fixer (hosiery)
.5-83.324 Machine Fixer III (textile)
5-83.325 Seamer-Machine Fixer(hosiery;
knit goods)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 4-X2.10 Mechani-
cal Repairing and Related; 4-X2.45 Com-
plex Textile Machine Operating and Related;
all other classifications in 4-X2 Machine
Trades; 6-X2.459 Miscellaneous Textile Ma-
chine Tending.

4-X2.106 Office Machine Repairing
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving the repair
and servicing of office machines such as type-
writers, adding machines, calculators, and
duplicators.
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
5-83.121 Accounting-Machine Serviceman
(any ind.)
5-83.122 Adding-Machine Serviceman
(any ind.)
5-83.123 Calculating-Machine Service-
man (any ind.)
5-83.124 Cash-Register Serviceman (any
ind.)
5-83.125 Duplicating-Machine Service-
man (any ind.)
5-83.111 Office-Machine Serviceman (any
ind.)
5-83.126 Statistical-Machine Serviceman
(any ind.)
5-83.127 Typewriter Serviceman (any
ind.)


RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 4-X2.10 Mechani-
cal Repairing and Related; 4-X6.3 Bench
Crafts.
4-X2.107 Armament Repairing
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work requiring a knowl-
edge of the repair, operation, and mainte-
nance of firearms and other armament. (In-
cluded in this classification are storage and
inspection activities if they occur outside
normal factory production lines and if they
require a fundamental knowledge of the
functioning and repair of such equipment.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS: (Entry ap-
plicants usually find employment in related
military specialties or as APPRENTICES
or HELPERS in the following fields of
work.)
#5-83.545 Aircraft Armament Mechanic


5-83.541
#4-93.771
5-83.542
#4-52.481


(gov. ser.)
Armorer (firearms)
Assembler I (firearms)
Gunsmith (any ind.)
Ordnanceman I (any ind.)


RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 4-X2 Machine
Trades; 4-X6.3 Bench Crafts.
4-X2.109 Miscellaneous Mechanical Re-
pairing
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work requiring a knowl-
edge of mechanical functioning and the ap-
plication of such knowledge to tasks that
involve inspecting, dismantling, repairing.
reassembling, lubricating, and adjusting ma-
chinery and mechanical equipment not else-
where classified. Workers usually work
with only one type of specialized equipment
or perform varied maintenance services on
lighter machines and equipment not requir-
ing all-around mechanical eAlbiiry. (LkA-
CHINE ADJUSTERS III and JOB SET-
TERS II are normally listed as Non-Entry
in the same classification as the operator of
the machine involved.)
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:


7-79.010

5-81.530

5-83.881
7-81.110

9-05.01

9-32.15

5-83.641

#7-83.325


Air-Compressor Mechanic (loco.
& car bldg. & rep.)
Automobile-Radiator Man (au-
to. ser.)
Bicycle Repairman (any ind.)
Brake Adjuster (auto mfg.;
auto. ser.)
Brakeman Helper, Air (loco. &
car bldg. & rep.)
Construction Equipment Me-
chanic Helper (const.)
Conveyor Maintenance M a n
(any ind.)
Farm-Machinery-Set-Up M a n
(whole. tr.)






4-X2.45 Complex Textile Machine Operating 75


7-81.640 Gear Changer (auto. mfg.)
5-83.641 Handyman, Dredge (const.)
7-81.420 Headlight Repairman (auto.
ser.)
5-83.641 Hoseman III (ship. & boat bldg.
& rep.)
#7-83.326 Inspecting-Machine Ad j u s t e r
(ammunition)
7-81.650 Light Repairman (auto. mfg.)
9-05.01 Motor-and-T ru c k Repairman
Helper (loco. & car bldg. &
rep.)
#7-83.910 Rigging-Loft Repairman (ship &
boat bldg. & rep.)
7-81.660 Shoc k Absorber Repairman
(auto. ser.)
5-83.641 Tipple Repairman (bit. coal
mining)
5-81.210 Wheel-Alinement Mechanic
(auto. ser.)
5-83.t61 Windmill Repairman (any ind.)
7-81.930 Windshield- Wiper. Repairman
(auto. ser.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
5-79.510 Air-Valve Repairman (loco. &
car bldg. & rep.)
5-81.120 Brakeman, Air I (auto. ser.)
5-79.010 Brakeman, Air II (loco. & car
bldg. & rep.)
5-81.120 Brakeman, Automobile (auto.
ser.)
5-81.120 Brakeman, Hydraulic (auto.
ser.)
5-83 641 Breaker Repairman (anth. coal
mining)
#5-83.641 Cellophane Casting Machine
Repairman (fabric. plastic
prod.)
5-83.641 Construction-Equipment Me-
chanic (const.)
5-79.570 Door-Engine Repairman (loco.
& car bldg. & rep.)
5-79.050 Engine Repairman (loco. & car
bldg. & rep.)
7-83.051 Gas-Appliance Serviceman (any
ind.)
5-83.032 Gas-Refrigerator Serviceman
(any ind.)
5-83.641 Gas-Welding-Equipment Repair-
man (any ind.)
5-83.641 House Repairman (bit. coal
mining)
#5-03.840 Hydraulic-Field-Service Me-
chanic (air trans.; aircraft
mfg.)
5-83.641 Machinist, Linotype (print. &
pub.)
5-79.610 Motor and Truck Inspector
(loco. & car bldg. & rep.)
5-79.630 Motor and Truck Repairman
(loco. & car bldg. & rep.)
5-83.641 Pneumatic-Tool R e p a i r m a n
(any ind.)
5-83.641 Pneumatic-Tube Repairman
(any ind.)


5-83.641 Record-Press Adjuster (phono-
graph)
5-83.941 Refrigeration Mechanic (any
ind.)
#5-83.641 Register Repairman (r.r. trans.)
5-83.641 Scale Repairman (any ind.)
5-83.641 Seamer Mechanic (any ind.)
5-83.641 Sewing-Machine Repairman
(any ind.)
5-83.641 Spray-Gun Repairman (any
ind.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 4-X2.10 Mechani-
cal Repairing and Related; 4-X6.2 Struc-
tural Crafts; 4-X6.3 Bench Crafts.

4-X2.4 Complex Machine
Operating (n. e. c.)

4-X2.45 COMPLEX TEXTILE MACHINE
OPERATING AND RELATED
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work which involves the
operation of complex machines for spin-
ning, knitting, or weaving textile fibers.
Workers are required to understand the
functioning of machines jn order to detect
and correct errors in operation. Workers
may also be required to set up machines
and make adjustments that require consid-
erable judgment and preliminary training.
4-X2.451 Fiber Spinning and Related
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work which involves the
operation of complex machines for spinning
textile fibers into yarn or thread or winding
yarn or thread onto beams, spools, or bob-
bins. Workers may be required to set up
machines and make adjustments that re-
quire considerable judgment and under-
standing of the functioning of the machine.
They are not, however, required to make
major repairs or adjustments.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
6-19.054 Spinner Helper, Mule (textile)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
4-19.211 Dresser Tender (textile)
4-19.202 Rug Setter, Axminster (carpet &
rug)
4-19.203 Rug Setter, Velvet (carpet &
rug)
4-70.010 Spinner I (asbestos prod.)
4-19.042 Spinner, Mule (textile)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 4-X2.45 Complex
Textile Machine Operating; 4-X2.105 Textile
Machine Repairing; 6-X2.451 Textile Fiber
Machine Tending; 6-X4.451 Textile Fiber
Machine Operating.





76 4-X2.46 Paper Machine Operating


4-X2.452 Weaving Machine Operating
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving the oper-
ation of complex machines for textile weav-
ing and related activities. Workers may be
required to set up machines in accordance
with intricate pattern specifications, make
operating adjustments, repair broken threads
and perform other tasks requiring judg-
ment and a knowledge of the functioning of
machines.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
6-19.832 Harness Leveler (textile)
6-18.520 Pattern Duplicator (textile)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
4-15.020 Broad-Silk Weaver (textile)
6-19.822 Crinkle Inspector (textile)
4-15.030 Harness Builder II (textile)
6-19.832 Harness Inspector (textile)
4-15.010 Jacquard-Loom Weaver (tex-
tile)
4-18.470 Pattern Examiner (textile)
6-19.843 Picker-Out (textile)
4-15.020 Weaver IV (textile)
6-19.854 Weaving Inspector (textile)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 4-X2.45 Complex
Textile Machine Operating; 4-X2.105 Textile
Machine Repairing; 6-X2.45 Fabric or
Leather Working Machine Tending; 6-X4.45
Fabric or Leather Working Machine Oper-
ating.

4-X2.453 Knitting Machine Operating
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving the set-up
and operation of complex machines on which
yarn or thread is knitted into garments, fab-
ric, or related products.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
6-19.851 Harness Knitter (textile)
6-14.061 Threader II (hosiery)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
4-14.064 Cloth Ribber (knit goods)
4-14.061 Knitting-Machine Operator I
(knit goods)
4-14.062 Knitting-Machine O p er a to r,
Full-Fashioned Hosiery (ho-
siery)
4-14.063 Knitting-Machine Operator,
Hand II (knit goods)
4-14.072 Link and Link Hand Knit-
ting-Machine Operator (knit
goods)
4-14.071 Link-and-Link-Knitting-Machine
Operator (knit goods)
4-14.067 Stocking-Sample-Machine Oper-
ator (textile)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 4-X2.45 Complex
Textile Machine Operating; 4-X2.105 Textile


Machine Repairing; 6-X2.45 Fabric or
Leather Working Machine Tending; 6-X4.45
Fabric or Leather Working Machine Oper-
ating.
4-X2.46 PAPER MACHINE OPERATING
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving the set-
up, operation, and adjustment of machines
by means of which paper or related mate-
rials are printed, cut, embossed, engraved,
varnished, or similarly treated.

4-X2.463 Printing Press Operating
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving the set-
up and operation of printing presses. Work-
ers may be required to dismantle and clean
printing rollers and other parts; to match
sample colors; to adjust roller pressure so
as to obtain clear sharp prints; to adjust
automatic feed mechanisms; and to inspect
printed sheets to detect flaws.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
7-98.420 Offset- Press Man Apprentice
(print. & pub.)
8-49.02 Offset-Press-Man Helper (print.
& pub.)
8-49.02 Tension-Man Helper ( print. &
pub.)
7-98.430 Web-Press-Man A p p r enti ce
(print. & pub.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:


4-48.010

4-48.040

4-48.070

4-48.010

4-48.050
4-48.030

4-48.020
4-48.060

4-48.030
4-48.030


Cylinder-Press Man (print. &
pub.)
Embossing-Press Operator III
(print. & pub.)
Lithographic-Press Man (print.
& pub.)
Miehle-Press Man. Vertical
(print. & pub.)
Offset-Press Man (print. & pub.)
Offside-Color Man (print. &
pub.)
Platen-Press Man (print. & pub.)
Rotogravure-Press Man (print.
& pub.)
Tension Man (print. & pub.)
Web-Press Man (print. & pub.)


RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 4-X2 Machine
Trades; 4-X6.56 Typesetting and Related:
6-X4.463 Printing Press Feeding and Catch-
ing.

4-X2.48 POWER PRESS FORMING AND
RELATED
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work requiring a knowl-
edge of the working properties of metals or
other materials and the application of that
knowledge to the set-up, adjustment, and
operation of machines for forming, shaping,






4-X2.48 Power Press Forming 77


or rolling hot or cold stock to required
specifications. Workers are required to
check work with precision measuring de-
vices or templates, and may also be required
to read and interpret blueprints or other
technical specifications.
4-X2.487 Rolling
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work which involves set-
ting up, adjusting, operating, and controlling
various types of machines equipped with
rollers between which hot or cold stock is
passed in order to reduce its thickness, re-
move distortions, or to bend it to a specific
curvature. Workers may be required to use
templates, gages, patterns, and precision
measuring devices, and are required to exer-
cise judgment in adjusting roller pressure or
speed and flow of coolant to rollers in re-
sponse to behavior of the material or in con-
formity with specifications.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
6-88.032 Leverman, Table (iron & steel;
nonfer. metal alloys & prod.)
#6-88.733 Mangle-Roll Operator (ship &
boat bldg. & rep.)
6-88.345 Roll-Tule Setter (iron & steel)
6-88.024 Roller Operator V (iron & steel)
#8-92.01 Screwman II (iron & steel)
6-88.012 Spannerman (iron & steel)
6-88.035 Sticker (nonfer. metal alloys &
prod.)
6-88.022 Stranner, Wrought Iron (iron &
steel)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS :
4-88.742 Angle-Roller-Machine Operator
(forging)
#4-88.027 Barrell Roller II (firearms)
4-88.742 Bending-Roll Operator (forg-
ing)
4-88.012 Pulpit Man II (iron & steel)
#4-88.030 Roller I (nonfer. metal alloys &
prod.)
#4-88.028 Roller, Bar Mill (iron & steel)
4-88.292 Scarfer II (iron & steel)
#4-88.313 Seamless-Tube Roller (iron &
steel)
5-92.301 Sheet Roller I (iron & steel)
#4-88.025 Sheet Roller II (nonfer. metal
alloys & prod.)
4-88.012 Steam-Control Operator (iron &
steel)
4-88.026 Straight-Roll Operator, First
Class (loco. & car bldg. &
rep.)
4-88.023 Tin Roller, Hot Mill (iron &
steel)
4-88.342 Tube Bender II (iron & steel)
4-88.312 Tubing-Machine Operator I
(auto. mfg.; furn.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 4-X2.48 Power
Press Forming and Related; 6-X4.487 Roll-
ing.


4-X2.488 Drawing and Extruding
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work which involves set-
ting up, operating, regulating, and adjust-
ing machines by means of which hot or cold
stock is drawn, extruded, or otherwise forced
through dies to form bars, tubing, or other
shapes of specified sizes.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
#8-93.86 Extruder-Operator Helper II
(nonfer. metal alloys & prod.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
#4-88.314 Draw-Bench Operator II (air-
craft mfg.; loco. & car bldg.
& rep.)
#4-88.991 Extruder Operator II (nonfer.
metal alloys & prod.)
4-88.342 Tube Bender I (iron & steel)
4-88.311 Tube Drawer (nonfer. metal al-
loys & prod.)
4-88.341 Welder, Butt, Tube (iron &
steel)
4-88.511 Wire Drawer III (wire)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 4-X2.48 Power
Press Forming and Related; 6-X4.488 Pipe
Bending (Hot Block and Related).
4-X2.489 Miscellaneous Press Forming
(Forging, Punching, Cutting)
Persons having the qualifications necessary
for entry into work involving setting, ad-
justing, and operating hydraulic, steam,
electric, or drop hammer presses for bend-
ing, shaping, cutting, or punching hot or cold
stock.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:


8-93.71
8-93.71

#8-93.71
#8-93.71

6-93.662
6-88.715

9-05.01

6-88.713
4-86.125

#6-88.628

#9-03.01

#6-88.026

6-88.664

#4-86.125
6-88.716

8-93.71


Air-Table-Man Helper (forging)
Angle-Press-Operator Helper
(forging)
Die-Setter Helper (forging)
Drop-Hammer-Operator Helper I
(forging)
Eye Maker (auto. mfg.)
Four-Column-Hydraulic Press-
Operator Helper (forging)
Gang-and-Space-Puncher-Opera-
tor Helper (loco. & car bldg.
& rep.)
Hammersmithi Helper (forging)
Header-Machine Operator (forg-
ing)
Hydro-Press Checker (aircraft
mfg.)
Hydro-Press-Operator H e p e r
(aircraft mfg.)
Joggle-Roll Operator (ship &
boat bldg. & rep.)
Power-Shear Operator I (any
ind.)
Rail Bender (matt. & bedspring)
Sectional-Hydraulic-Press Le-
verman (forging)
Sectional-Hydraulic-Press Oper-
ator Helper (forging)






78 4-X2.49 Hauling, Hoisting, and Drilling Machine Operating


6-93.664 Spring-Salvage Man (auto.
mfg.)
6-88.036 Tableman III (iron & steel;
nonfer. metal alloys & prod.)
N'ON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
4-86.125 Air-Table Man (forging)
4-86.125 Angle-Press Operator (forging)
#4-86.125 Bolt-Machine Operator (ship &
boat bldg. & rep.)
4-86.125 Bulldozer Operator II (forging)
4-86.125 Cold-Header Operator (forging)
4-76.120 Die Setter I (forging)
4-76.120 Die Setter, Drop Hammer (forg-
ing)
4-76.120 Die Setter, Punch Press (forg-
ing)
4-86.125 Die-Upsetter Man (forging)
4-86.150 Dishing-Machine O p e r at o r
(forging)
4-86.110 Drop-Hammer Operator II
(forging)
4-86.110 Drop-Hammer Operator III'
(forging)
#4-86.170 Drop-Hammer Operator IV
(forging)
#4-86.170 Drop-Hammer Operator, Head
(forging)
#4-88.743 Flange Turner II (ship & boat
bldg. & rep.)
#4-86.125 Forging-Press Operator I (forg-
ing)
#4-88.627 Forming-Press Operator II (air-
craft mfg.)
4-86.130 Four- Column Hydraulic- Press
Operator (forging)
#4-86.020 Furnaceman XII (ship and boat
bldg. & rep.)
4-88.621 Gang-and-Space-Puncher Opera-
tor (loco. & car bldg. & rep.)
4-86.125 Gang-Press Operator (forging)
4-86.120 Hammersmith (forging)
4-86.125 Hot Bender II (forging)
#4-88.632 Hydro-Press Operator (aircraft
mfg.)
#4-88.624 Joggle-Press Operator I (air-
craft m'fg.)
#6-88.740 Joggle-Press Operator II (ship
& boat bldg. & rep.)
#4-86.130 Keel-Press Operator (ship &
boat bldg. & rep.)
4-86.110 Pneumatic-Drop-Hammer Oper-
ator II (forging)
4-86.110 Restrike-Hammer Op e r a t o r
(forging)
4-86.140 Sectional-Hydraulic-Press Oper-
ator (forging)
#5-92.411 Shearman, Head (aircraft mfg.)
4-86.125 Steel-Forging Upsetter (forg-
ing)
4-86.110 Swager, Tapering (forging)
4-86.110 Swaging-Machine Operator I
(forging)
4-86.125 Swaging-Machine Operator II
(forging)


4-86.110 Trip-Hammer Operator (forg-
ing)
4-86.125 Upsetter (forging)
#6-88.746 Vanstone-Machine Operator
(ship & boat bldg. & rep.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS.
All other classifications in 4-X2 -S Power
Press Forming and Related: 6-X4.4S9 Mis-
cellaneous Press Forming (Fr,,i;ng. P-aLch-
ing, Cutting, and Related).
4-X2.49 HAULING, HOISTING AND
DRILLING MLACHINE OPER-
ATING
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work which involves
the control and operation of complex
Diesel, gasoline, steam, or electric powered
equipment for hauling, hoisting, transport-
ing, dislodging, or otherwise moving mate-
rials. Workers must use judgment in an-
ticipating and controlling the movement of
machine or materials, frequently in accord-
ance with signals from other workers.
4-X2.492 Hauling Machine Operating
Persons having the qualifications necessary
for entry into work involving the control and
operation of Diesel, steam, electric, or gaso-
line powered equipment used in haui'nz or
transporting persons, materials, or equ pment
from one location to another. Workers are-
required to exercise judgment in cont:rl: ir.
forward, backward, or lateral motion.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
#5-36.010 Bus Driver (motor trans.)
7-36.210 Concrete-Mixing-T ru c k Driver
(const.)
7-36.220 Dump-Truck Driver (any ind.)
7-36.250 Fire-Truck Driver (petrol. pro-
duction)
5-42.200 Fireman, Industrial Locomotive
(any ind.)
5-42.100 Fireman, Locomotive II (loco.
& car bldg. & rep.; r. r. trans.)
5-42.110 Fireman, Road (r.r. trans.'
5-42.100 Fireman, Yard (r. r. trans.)
5-41.020 Hostler, Inside (r. r. trans.)
5-41.030 Hostler, Outside (r. r. trans.?
5-40.130 Lead Motorman (ore dress..
smelt., & refin.)
5-43.200 Motorman YI (r. r. trans.)
7-36.230 Road-Oiling-Truck D ri v e r
(const.)
5-73.330 Snubber Engineer (logging)
7-40.070 Steam-Dinkey Operator (any
ind.)
5-36.030 Test Driver II (auto. mfg.)
7-36.240 Trailer-Truck Driver (any ind.)
7-36.250 Truck Driver, Heavy (any ind.)
5-73.330 Yarder Engineer (logring)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
5-38.010 Brakeman, Passenger Train
(r. r. trans.)






4-X2.49 Hauling, Hoisting, and Drilling Machine Operating 79


5-41.040 Electric-Locomotive Operator
(r. r. trans.)
5-73.330 Engineer III (logging)
5-41.060 Industrial-Locomotive Operator
(any ind.)
5-40.110 Ladle Engineer (iron & steel)
5-41.010 Locomotive Engineer II (r.r.
trans.)
5-43.100 Motorman V (r. r. trans.)
5-41.010 Road Engineer (r. r. trans.)
5-41.060 Steam-Haulage Engineer (bit.
coal mining)
5-44.010 Switchman V (r. r. trans.)
5-44.020 Towerman IV (r. r. trans.)
5-41.010 Yard Engineer (r. r. trans.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 4-X2.49 Hauling,
Hoisting and Drilling Machine Operating:
6-X2.492 Hauling Machine Operating.
4-X2.493 Hoisting Machine Operating
Persons having the qualifications necessary
for entry into work involving the control and
operation of Diesel, electric, steam, or gaso-
line powered equipment for raising or lower-
ing materials. Workers may also control
forward, backward, or lateral motion, and
may be required to lubricate, adjust, rig, or
make minor repairs to equipment.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
9-65.02 Crane Follower (found.)
8-92.01 Crane Follower (iron & steel)
9-65.45 Crane Follower (ship & boat
bldg. & rep.)
7-73.510 Cupola Hoistman (found.)
9-63.71 Derrick Follower (sawmill)
5-23.010 Dredge Leverman (const.)
7-88.150 Locomotive C r a n e- Operator
Helper (any ind.)
9-63.71 Monorail Helper (sawmill)
9-22.20 Power Shovel-Operator Helper
(bit. coal mining)
7-32.952 Signalman II (const.)
5-73.550 Skip Operator (iron & steel)
9-22.20 Tail-Rope Coupler (bit. coal
mining)
7-88.160 Truck-Crane-Operator Helper
(any ind.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
5-73.010 Acid Craneman (iron & steel)
#5-73.015 Cantilever-Crane Operator (ship
& boat bldg. & rep.)
5-73.050 Caterpillar-Crane Operator (any
ind.)
5-73.520 Chain-Hoist Engineer (anth.
coal mining)
5-73.330 Chunk-Out Engineer (logging)
5-73.320 Clay Hoister I (cement)
5-73.510 Coal-Hoisting Engineer (bit.
coal mining)
5-73.010 Cold-Roll Packer, Sheet Iron
(iron & steel)
5-73.020 Cold-Roll Packer, Sheet Iron
(iron & steel)
5-73.520 Crab Operator (bit. coal mining)


5-73.520

5-73.750

5-73.510

5-73.320
5-22.930
5-73.210

5-73.520

5-73.010

5-73.510


5-73.040

5-73.020

5-73.520

5-73.520

5-73.070

5-73.520
5-73.520
5-73.510


5-73.250
5-73.510

5-73.210

5-73.030

5-73.010
5-73.020
5-73.330
7-73.330
5-73.030
5-73 330
5-73.060

7-73.520

5-73.510

5-73 520

5-73.510

5-73.010
5-73.080

5-73.020

5-73.520

5-73.210

5-73.330
5-73.330
5-73.030


Culm Engineer II (anth. coal
mining)
Derrick-Boat Operator (any
ind.)
Development Engineer (bit. coal
mining)
Dragline Operator (any ind.)
Dredge Master (metal mining)
Duck-Bill Operator (bit. coal
mining)
Dump Hoistman (bit. coal
mining)
Electric-Bridge-Crane Operator
(any ind.)
Electric-Coal-Hoist En g i n e e r
(anth. coal mining; bit. coal
mining)
Electric-Gantry-Crane Operator
(any ind.)
Electric-Monorail-Crane Opera-
tor (any ind.)
Electric-Slope Engineer (bit.
coal mining)
Gasoline-Hoisting Engineer (any
ind.)
Gasoline-Truck-Crane Operator
(any ind.)
Guy-Derrick Operator (any ind.)
Hoisting Engineer II (any ind.)
Hoistman I (anth. coal mining;
bit. coal mining; metal min-
ing; non-metal mining)
Hoistman IV (quarry)
Hoistman, Night (bit. coal min-
ing)
Horseback Excavator (bit. coal
mining)
Hot-Metal-Crane Oper a t o r
(found.; iron & steel)
Ingot Stripper (iron & steel)
Ingot Stripper (iron & steel)
Jammer Engineer (logging)
Kick-In Engineer (logging)
Ladle-Crane Man (iron & steel)
Loader Engineer II (logging)
Locomotive-Crane Op r a t o r
(any ind.)
Log-Yard-Derrick Man (saw-
mill)
Main Hoisting Engineer (bit.
coal mining)
Main-Slope Engineer (bit. coal
mining)
Man-Hoist Engineer (bit. coal
mining)
Mixer Cyaneman (iron & steel)
Monorail-Charging-Crane Oper-
ator (found.; iron & steel)
Monorail-Cinder-Crane Opera-
tor (found.; iron & steel)
Outside-Slope Engineer (bit.
coal mining)
Power-Shovel Operator (any
ind.)
Pullboat Engineer (logging)
Rigging-Up Engineer (logging)
Runner Man (iron & steel)






80 4-X2.49 Hauling, Hoisting, and Drilling Machine Operating


5-73.520 Scrap-Hoist Operator (iron &
steel)
5-73.330 Skidder Leverman (logging)
5-73.520 Slope Engineer (anth. coal min-
ing; bit. coal mining)
5-73.050 Steam-Caterpillar-Crane Opera-
tor (any ind.)
5-73.520 Steam Hoistman II (anth. coal
mining; bit. coal mining;
metal mining)
5-73.210 Steam-Power-Shovel Operator
(any ind.)
5-73.520 Stiff-Leg-Derrick Operator (any
ind.)
5-73.010 Stock Craneman (iron & steel)
5-73.020 Stock Craneman (iron & steel)
5-73.210 Stripping-Shovel Operator (bit.
coal mining)
5-73.510 Supply-Hoist Operator (anth.
coal mining; bit. coal mining)
5-73.330 Swing Engineer (logging)
5-73.520 Tail-Rope Engineer (bit. coal
mining)
5-73.520 Tower Engineer (anth. coal
mining)
5-23.020 Tower-Excavator Operator
(const.)
#5-73.045 Tower-Whirler Operator (ship
& boat bldg. & rep.)
5-73.070 Truck-Crane Operator (any
ind.)
5-73.520 Tugger Operator (anth. coal
mining; bit. coal mining;
metal mining)
7-20.020 Well Puller (petrol. produc-
tion)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 4-X2.49 Hauling,
Hoisting and Drilling Machine Operating;
6-X2.493 Hoisting Machine Operating.
4-X2.494 Drilling Machine Operating
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work which involves the
control and operation of powered equip-
ment used for drilling or cutting into soil
or rock formations. Workers must exercise
judgment in making cuts and in sharpening
or caring for cutting tools and other equip-
ment.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
7-75.050 Back-up Man II (petrol. pro-
duction)
9-22.50 Channeling Machine Runner
Helper (quarry)
7-20.810 Clean Out Driller He 1 per
(petrol. production)
7-75.410 Diamond-Driller Helper (anth.
coal mining; bit. coal mining;
const.; metal mining)
7-75.030 Drilling Machine -O p e r a t o r
Helper (metal mining)
7-20.820 Derrickman II (petrol. produc-
tion)
7-75.050 Lead-Tong Man (petrol. produc-
tion)


7-32.351 Leadsman, Pile Driving (const.)
7-32.352 Loftsman, Pile Driving (const.)
7-21.210 Machine Helper I (anth. coal
mining; bit. coal mining)
7-32.353 Pile-Driving Nozzleman (const.)
7-21.220 Puncher Operator I (bit. coal
mining)
7-75.050 Rotary-Driller Helper (petrol.
production)
9-32.51 Trench-Digging- Machine-Opera-
tor Helper (const.)
7-75.210 Wagon Drill Operator Helner
(const.)
7-75.220 Well-Drill-Operator He l per
(const.)
7-23.610 Winchman, Pile Driving
(const.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
5-20.820 Bailer III (petrol. production)
5-75.270 Cable Driller (petrol. produc-
tion)
5-21.210 Chain-Machine Operator I (bit
coal mining)
5-21.210 Channeling-Machine Runner I
(bit. coal mining)
5-75.010 Channeling-Machine Runner II
(quarry)
5-75.240 Churn-Drill Operator (bit. coal
mining; metal mining; non-
metal mining; quarry)
5-20.820 Clean-Out Driller (petrol. pro-
duction)
5-75.280 Clean-Out Tool-Dresser (petrol.
production)
5-75.410 Diamond Driller (anth. coal
mining; bit. coal mining:
const.: metal mining)
5-75.020 Drift Driller (metal mining)
5-75.220 Drifter I (const.)
5-75.020 Driller, Machine II (anth. coal
mining; bit. coal min.nz:
metal mining)
5-76.350 Drilling Inspector (petrol. pro-
duction)
5-21.210 Entry-Driver Operator (bit. coal
mining)
5-93.210 Machine Boss (bit. coal mining
5-21.210 Machine Man I (anth. coal min-
ing: bit. coal mining)
5-23.610 Pile-Driver Operator (const.)
5-23.620 Pile-Driver Operator, Barge
Mounted (const.)
5-22.940 Prospect-Drill Panner (metal
mining)
5-21.210 Radial-Machine Mian (bit. coal
mining)
5-75.020 Raise Driller (metal mining)
5-75.020 Rock Driller I (bit. coal mining)
5-57.050 Rotary Driller (petrol. produc-
tion)
5-21.210 Shearer II (bit. coal mining)
5-23.920 Shield Runner (const.)
5-75.270 Spudding Driller I (petrol. pro-
duction)
5-75.020 Stope Driller (metal mining)
5-21.210 Sumper (bit. coal mining)





4-X6.18 Electrical Repairing 81


5-20.820 Swabber IV (petrol. produc-
tion)
5-75.280 Tool Dresser III (petrol. produc-
tion)
5-23.030 Trench-Digging-Machine Opera-
tor (const.)
5-75.220 Wagon-Drill Operator (const.)
5-75.230 Well-Drill Operator (const.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classificationsin 4-X2.49 Hauling,
Hoisting and Drilling Machine Operating;
6-X2.494 Drilling Machine Operating.

4-X6 CRAFTS

4-X6.1 Electrical Repairing
4-X6.18 ELECTRICAL REPAIRING
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving a knowl-
edge of electrical circuits and of the opera-
tion of electrical equipment. Workers
may be required to repair, install, or main-
tain equipment in operation.
4-X6.181 Electrical Wiring and Related
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work which is primarily
concerned with the installation, repair, or
maintenance of electrical circuits or trans-
mission lines for light, heat, power, or com-
munication. Workers are required to posi-
tion, insulate and connect wires, to read
diagrams, follow circuits, and make tests.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
#7-53.420 Cable-Splicer Helper (const.;
light, heat, & power; tel. &
tel.)
7-53.010 Call-Box Wirer (tel. & tel.)
7-79.070 Electrical Inspector (loco. & car
bldg. & rep.)
7-95.100 Electrician Apprentice (any
ind.)
9-32.21 Electrician Helper I (any ind.)
#9-03.01 Electrician Helper, Airplane
(aircraft mfg.)
#7-99.081 Lineman Apprentice (light, heat,
& power)
7-53.410 Lineman, Junior (tel. & tel.)
7-53.020 Plant Wireman (tel. & tel.
7-53.030 Station Installer I (tel. & tel.)
7-53.050 Time-Signal Wirer (tel. & tel.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
4-97.110 Boardman I (motion pic.)
#5-53.950 Cable Splicer II (const.; light,
heat, & power)
#5-53.950 Cable Splicer, Telephone (tel. &
tel.)
#5-53.340 Cable Tester (tel. & tel.)
5-53.010 Central-Office Installer (tel. &
tel.)'
5-53.210 Combination Man (tel. & tel.)
#4-97.930 Electrical Inspector II (aircraft
mfg.)
4-97.010 Electrician (any ind.)


#4-97.910 Electrician, Airplane I (aircraft
mfg.)
4-97.150 Electrician, Chief II (motion
pic.)
4-97.010 Electrician, Conduit Installation
(const.)
4-97.010 Electrician, Fixture Installation
(const.)
4-97.010 Electrician Foreman (const.)
4-97.010 Electrician, House Wiring
(const.)
#5-53.295 Electrician, Office (tel. & tel.)
4-97.120 Electrician, Stage (amuse. &
rec.)
4-97.010 Electrician, Switch-Panel In-
stallation (const.)
#4-97.910 Electrician, Wing (aircraft
mfg.)
4-97.010 Electrician, Wiring and Wire
Running (const.)
5-53.420 Lineman IV (light, heat, &
power)
5-53.410 Lineman, City (tel. & tel.)
5-53.410 Lineman, Section (tel. & tel.)
5-53.410 Lineman, Senior (tel. & tel.)
5-53.220 Local-Test Deskman (tel. & tel.)
#5-53.235 Manual-Equipment Repairman,
Central Office (tel. & tel.)
5-56.020 Motorman III (motion pic.)
5-83.871 Neon-Sign Serviceman (signs)
4-97.130 Overhead Man II (motion pic.)
4-97.140 Overhead Operator (motion
pie.)
5-53.020 Private Branch Exchange In-
staller (tel. & tel.)
5-53.240 Private Branch Exchange Re-
pairman (tel. & tel.)
5-53.070 Simplex-Printer Installer (tel.
& tel.)
5-53.030 Station Installer II (tel. & tel.)
5-53.040 Station Installer, Senior (tel. &
tel.)
5-53.250 Station Repairman (tel. & tel.)
5-53.060 Telegraph Repeater Installer
(tel. & tel.)
5-53.070 Telegraphic-T y pe w r i t e r In-
staller (tel. & tel.)
5-76.210 Telephone Inspector (tel. & tel.)
5-53.240 Telephone-Switchboard Repair-
man (any ind.)
5-53.910 Testing-and-Regulating M a n
(tel. & tel.)
5-53.280 Toll-Line Repairman (tel. & tel.)
5-53.310 Toll Repairman, Central Office
(tel. & tel.)
5-53.920 Transmission Engineer (tel. &
tel.)
5-56.040 Transmission Man I (motion
pic.)
5-53.350 Trouble Man II (light, heat, &
power)
5-53.320 Wire Chief I (tel. & tel.)
5-53.330 Wire Chief II (tel. & tel.)
4-97.010 Wireman I (anth. coal mining;
bit. coal mining; metal min-
ing)






82 4--X6.18 Electrical Repairing


RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 4-X6.18 Electrical
Repairing; 4-X6.2 Structural C r a fts;
0-X7.48 Electrical Engineering; 0-X7.78
Electrical Drafting.
4-X6.183 Electrical Equipment Repairing
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work which is primarily
concerned with the installation, repair, or
servicing of electrical equipment or appli-
ances. Workers may be required to service
or repair electrical motors or mechanical
parts of such equipment as washing ma-
chines, vacuum cleaners, fans, irons, juke
boxes, refrigerators, vending machines,
stoves, clocks, relays, transformers, meters,
and storage batteries.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
5-81.410 Automobile-Generator Repair-
man (auto. ser.)
5-81.410 Automobile-Starter Repairman
(auto. ser.)
5-89.411 Batteryman II (any ind.)
7-53.210 Electric-Clock Repairman (tel.
& tel.)
5-83.451 Electric-Meter Installer (light,
heat, & power)
7-83.012 Electric-Range S e r v i c e m a n
(any ind.)
#7-83.057 Electric Refrigerator Service-
man Helper (any ind.)
7-83.421 Electric-Try-Out M an (auto.
mfg.)
5-83.041 Electrical Appliance Service -
man (any ind.)
7-95.200 Electrician Apprentice, Ship
(ship & boat bldg. & rep.)
#7-81.421 Electrician Helper, Automotive
(auto. ser.)
7-22.970 Lampman I (anth. coal mining;
bit. coal mining; metal min-
ing; nonmetal mining)
#7-00.923 Repairer VI (elec. equip.)
1-41.12 Telegraph Operator (tel. & tel.)
7-53.040 Tickerman (tel. & tel.)
5-83.011 V a c u u m-Cleaner Repairman
(any ind.)
7-83.011 Washing-Machine Serviceman
(any ind.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
5-79.650 Accessories Repairman (loco. &
car bldg. & rep.)
5-83.021' Blower Man I (const.; ret. tr.;
whole. tr.)
5-79.550 Controller Repairman (loco. &
car bldg. & rep.)
5-83.431 Electric-Motor Analyst (any
ind.)
5-83.432 Electric-Motor Assembler and
Tester (any ind.)
5-83.433 Electric-Motor Repairman (any
ind.)
5-83.031 Electric-Refrigerator Service-
man (any ind.)


5-83.641

5-00.511

4-97.420

#4-97.915

5-81.420

4-97.420
#4-97.910

4-97.210

4-97.410

4-97.210

4-97.220

4-97.230

5-83.921
4-99.432
5-79.170

5-53.270

5-83.022

5-53.030
5-53.260

5-53.270

#4-97.420

4-99.171


Electric-Welding-Machine Re-
pairman (any ind.)
Electrical Assembler I (refrig-
erat. equip.)
Electrical Repairman ( an y
ind.)
Electrician, Airplane II (air
trans.)
Electrician, Automotive (auto.
ser.)
Electrician, Chief I (any ind.)
Electrician. Field Service (air-
craft mfg.)
Electrician Foreman. Ship (s:,ip
& boat bldg. & rep.)
Electrician, M machine Sh i:
(mach. shop)
Electrician, Ship (ship & boat
bldg. & rep.)
Electrician, Shop (ship & boat
bldg. & rep.)
Electrician. Yard (ship & boat
bldg. & rep.)
Elevator Repairman (any ind.)
Final Tester II (elec. equip.)
Signal-Service Rpairman (r. r.
trans.)
Simplex-Printer Repair man
(tel. & tel.)
Stoker Erector and Servic:eman
(any ind.)
Telegraph Installer (tel. & tel.)
TelegIrph-Rep.ater Attredant
(tel. & tel.)
Telegraphic-Typewriter Repair-
man (tel. & tel.)
Time-Clock Repairman II (elec.
.equip.)
Transformer Rebuilder (any
ind.)


RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 4-X6.1S E:e~r!-
cal Repairing: 4-X2.10 Mechanieai FRepair-
ing: 4-X6.308 Electrical Unit Ass-embfir:
0-X7.48 Electrical Eng~eering: 0-XT.7S
Electrical Drafting: 6-X4.307 Elecritri.a
Wire Winding; 6-X4.30S Electrical Unit
Assembling.
4-X6.185 Radio Repairing and Related
Persons having the qualifications necessary
for entry into work which involves testing.
repairing, or servicing electrical equipment
containing electronic tubes for transm'ttrag.
amplifying, or receiving impulses of sound or
light.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
5-83.415 Public-Address Serviceman (any
ind.)
7-83.415 Radio Installer, Automobile
(auto. ser.)
6-98.210 Radio Repairman II (radio
mfg.)
6-98.220 Radio-Technician Helper (radio
mfg.)





4-X6.20 Structural Work, Assorted Materials 83


NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
#5-83.447 Electrician, Aircraft Radio (air-
craft mfg.)
#5-83.445 Electrician, Radio I (any ind.)
#4-97.930' R a d i o-and-Electrical Inspector
(aircraft mfg.)
4-98.040 Radio-Chassis Aliner (radio
mfg.)
4-98.050 R a d i o-Equipment Assembler,
Special (radio mfg.)
#5-83.447 Radio Mechanic II (any ind.)
#5-83.447 Radio Mechanic, Aircraft In-
stallations (air trans.; air-
craft mfg.)
#5-83.447 Radio Mechanic, Ground Instal-
lations (any ind.)
5-83.411 Radio Repairman I (any ind.)
5-83.411 Radio Repairman, Automobile
(any ind.)
5-83.411 Radio Serviceman, Police (gov.
ser.)
#4-98.060 Receiver Tester (radio mfg.)
5-83.413 Trouble Shooter VI (radio mfg.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 4-X6.18 Electrical
Repairing; 4-X6.308 Electrical Unit Assem-
bling; 0-X7.48 Electrical Engineering;
0-X7.78 Electrical Drafting; 6-X4.307 Elec-
trical Wire Winding; 6-X4.308 Electrical
Unit Assembling.
4-X6.188 Electrical Power-Plant Opera-
tion, Repairing
Persons having the qualifications necessary
for entry into work which requires a knowl-
edge of the principles of electricity involved
in the mechanical generation of electrical
energy and the application of such knowledge
to the operation, maintenance, control, and
repair of the equipment and machinery used
in the production of electric power. Workers.
must exercise judgment to maintain a con-
stant, specified flow of electricity and to
guard against overloading of circuits.
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS: (Entry ap-
plicants usually find work as ASSISTANTS
or HELPERS in the occupations listed
below.)
4-97.510 Electrician, Power-House (light,
heat, & power)
5-51.110 Generator Operator (light, heat,
& power)
5-61.310 Lighthouse Keeper (gov. ser.)
5-51.010 Power-House Engineer (any
ind.)
5-51.030 Power-House Runner (light,
heat, & power)
5-51.020 Power-Plant Attendant (radio
broad.)
#4-97.510 Powerhouse Repairman (elec.
equip.)
5-51.510 Powerman III (tel. & tel.)
5-51.210 Substation Operator (light, heat,
& power)
5-51.130 Switchboard Operator III
(light, heat, & power)
589524"---44-7


5-51.520 System Operator (light, heat, &
power)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 4-X6.18 Electrical
Repairing; 4-X6.308 Electrical Unit Assem-
bling; 0-X7.48 Electrical Engineering;
0-X7.78 Electrical Drafting.

4-X6.2 Structural Crafts
4-X6.20 STRUCTURAL W OR K, AS-
SORTED MATERIALS
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving the in-
stallation, repair, or assembling of assorted
structural materials. Workers normally
use a variety of materials such as metals,
wood, glass, cables, ropes, concrete, or com-
position substances, and may engage in a
variety of activities such as cutting, fitting,
nailing, splicing, and finishing. Typical of
the group are workers who install hot-air
furnaces, elevators, or ship rigging and
those who do general structural repair work
on houses, farms, or transportation equip-
ment.
4-X6.207 Complex Rigging (n. e. c.)
Persons having the qualifications necessary
for entry into work involving the installa-
tion, maintenance, and repair of blocks, pul-
leys, booms, ropes, cables, and other tackle
for moving or raising heavy structural mem-
bers or materials. Workers are usually re-
quired to perform necessary splicing opera-
tions, to follow verbal or written instruc-
tions, and to use a variety of hand tools.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
7-32.412 Cable Squeezer, Second Class
(const.)
7-32.412 Cable Squeezer, Third Class
(const.)
9-32.21 Rigger Helper I (const.)
#7-97.780 Ship Rigger Apprentice (ship &
boat bldg. & rep.)
9-05.51 Ship Rigger Helper (ship &
boat bldg. & rep.)
7-32.411 Wire Spinner, Second Class
(const.)
7-32.411 Wire Spinner, Third Class
(const.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
5-32.411 Cable Squeezer, First Class
(const.)
S5-88.040 Crane Rigger (any ind.)
5-88.030 Machinery Erector (ship & boat
bldg. & rep.)
5-88.020 Rigger III (cement; const.)
5-94.020 Rigging Foreman (const.)
#5-05.570 Ship Rigger (ship & boat bldg. &
rep.)
5-05.570 S'ip-Rigger Foreman (ship &
boat bldg. & rep.)
5-32.412 Wire Spinner, First Class
(const.)






84 4-X2.21 Metal Structural Work


5-32.413 Wire-Spinning-Machine Opera-
tor (const.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 4-X6.20 Structural
Work, Assorted Materials; 4-X6.2 Structural
Crafts; 6-X4.20 Structural Work, Assorted
Materials; 6-X4.2 Structural Work.
4-X6.208 Aircraft Rigging
Persons having the qualifications necessary
for entry into work involving the use of vari-
ous hand tools for cutting, splicing, and ad-
justing wires, cables, struts, and related air-
craft equipment. Workers may be required
to follow detailed specifications.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
#9-03.01 Rigger Helper II (aircraft mfg.)
#7-89.056 Wireworker II (aircraft mfg.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
5-80.500 Airplane Rigger I (aircraft
mfg.)
#7-89.055 Control-Cable Inspector (air-
craft mfg.)
#5-03.572 Rigger IX (aircraft mfg.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 4-X6.20 Structural
Work, Assorted Materials; 4-X6 Crafts;
6-X4 Manipulative Work.
4-X6.209 Miscellaneous Structural Crafts
Persons having the qualifications necessary
for entry into work involving a variety of
tasks connected with building, erecting, in-
stalling, altering, or repairing structures or
structural assemblies. Workers may be re-
quired to follow technical specifications and
use a variety of tools and materials, and must
exercise independent initiative and judg-
ment.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
7-02.342 Body Repairman, Final (auto.
mfg.)
7-89.011 Diver Helper (const.; fish.)
7-89.012 Diver Pumper (const.; fish.)
7-90.110 Elevator-Installer Apprentice
(const.)
7-83.351 Elevator-Installer He 1 per
(const.)
3-35.10 Farm Mechanic (agric.)
7-99.010 Furnace-Installer Apprentice,
Hot Air (any ind.)
7-49.401 Line Walker (petrol. produc-
tion; petrol. refin.; pipe lines)
7-20.850 Rig-Builder Helper (petrol. pro-
duction)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
5-83.631 Bridge-Ma i n t e n a n c e Man
(const.)
5-79.020 Carman V (loco. & car bldg. &
rep.)
5-25.150 Carpenter, Acoustical (const.)
5-25.150 Carpenter, Building, Insulating
(const.; ret. tr.)


#5-89.011 Diver (const; ship & boat bldg.
& rep.)
5-83.351 Elevator Installer, Electric Ele-
vator (const)
5-83.023 Furnace Installer and Repair-
man, Hot Air (any ind.)
5-32.741 House Builder costst)
#5-32.961 Laboratory-Equipment Installer
(const.)
5-83.611 Maintenance Man, Building (any
ind.)
#5-03.572 Major-Assembly Installer (air-
craft mfg.)
5-83.024 Oil Burner Installation and -
Service Man (any ind.)
5-20.840 Rig Builder (petrol. production)
5-27.920 Steeple Jack (any ind.)
5-79.070 Tank-Car Repairman (loco. &
car bldg. & rep.)
#5-79.035 Third Railman (r.r. trans.)
#4-86.015 Wagonsmith (any ind.)
5-79.020 Wheel-Fitter (loco. & car bldg.
& rep.)
RELATED ENTRY CLASSIFICATIONS:
All other classifications in 4-X6.2 Structural
Crafts; 4-X2.10 Mechanical Repairing
6-X4.2 Structural Work.

4-X6.21 METAL STRUCTURAL WORK
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving the as-
sembly and installation of metal structural
materials including mechanical and metal
unit assemblies. Workers may be required
to follow technical specifications and to per-
form a variety of fabricating tasks inci-
dental to the fitting of materials.

4-X6.210 Mechanical or Metal Unit In-
stalling
Persons having the qualifications neces-
sary for entry into work involving the in-
stallation, removal, or final assembly of mp-
chanical or metal structural units.
ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
#9-03.01 Engine Installation Assembler
Helper (aircraft mfg.)
9-03.01 Final-Assembler Helper (air-
craft mfg.)
#9-03.01 Installation Mechanic Helper
(aircraft mfg.)
#7-02.312 Motor Installer (auto. mfg.)
NON-ENTRY OCCUPATIONS:
#5-03.573 Disassembler (aircraft mfg.)
#5-03.572 Engine Installation Assembler
(aircraft mfg.)
#5-03.572 Engine Preparer (aircraft mfg.)
#5-03.572 Final Assembler I (aircraft
mfg.)
5-79.020 Freight-Air-Brake Fitter (loco.
& car bldg. & rep.)
#5-03.562 Installation Mechanic (aircraft
mfg.)




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