Standard Occupational Classification (SOC)-Policy Committee's Recommendations for the 2010 SOC, 29930-29939 [E8-11447]

Download as PDF 29930 Federal Register / Vol. 73, No. 100 / Thursday, May 22, 2008 / Notices OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET Standard Occupational Classification (SOC)—Policy Committee’s Recommendations for the 2010 SOC Executive Office of the President, Office of Management and Budget. ACTION: Notice of Standard Occupational Classification Policy Committee; Recommendations to OMB and Solicitation of Comments. pwalker on PROD1PC71 with NOTICES2 AGENCY: SUMMARY: Under the authority of the Budget and Accounting Procedures Act of 1950 (31 U.S.C. 1104(d)) and the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995 (44 U.S.C. 3504(e)), the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) is seeking public comment on the Standard Occupational Classification Policy Committee’s (SOCPC) recommendations presented in this notice for revising the 2000 Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) for 2010. The SOC is designed to reflect the current occupational structure of the United States; it classifies all occupations in which work is performed for pay or profit. The SOC covers all jobs in the national economy, including occupations in the public, private, and military sectors. All Federal agencies that publish occupational data are required to use the SOC; State and local government agencies are strongly encouraged to use this national system to promote a common language for categorizing and analyzing occupations. In a prior Federal Register notice (71 FR 28536, May 16, 2006), OMB and the SOCPC requested comments on: (1) The Standard Occupational Classification principles, (2) corrections to the 2000 SOC Manual, (3) the intention to retain the current SOC Major Group structure, (4) changes to the existing detailed occupations, and (5) new detailed occupations to be added to the revised 2010 SOC. The classification principles, coding guidelines, and occupations recommended in this notice reflect the comments received in response to the May 16, 2006, notice and represent the SOCPC’s final recommendations to OMB. OMB, in consultation with the SOCPC, will consider comments in response to this notice in making its final decisions for the 2010 SOC revision and will publish its decisions in the Federal Register. The SOCPC will then finish preparing the 2010 Standard Occupational Classification Manual for publication, including finalizing occupational definitions, assigning VerDate Aug<31>2005 17:20 May 21, 2008 Jkt 214001 associated job titles, and developing a crosswalk to the 2000 SOC. Appendices: This notice includes three appendices in the SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION section below. Appendix A presents the SOCPC’s recommended SOC Classification Principles and SOC Coding Guidelines. Appendix B provides a crosswalk between the occupation codes in the 2000 SOC and the recommended revised codes for the 2010 SOC. Appendix C provides a crosswalk between the recommended revised codes for the 2010 SOC and the 2000 SOC. Request for Comments: In addition to general comments on the SOCPC’s recommendations, OMB welcomes comments specifically addressing: (1) The SOC Classification Principles and SOC Coding Guidelines recommended by the SOCPC (Appendix A); (2) their recommended changes to titles and codes of occupations from the 2000 SOC (Appendix B); (3) the SOCPC’s recommended changes to the hierarchical structure of the SOC, including changes to major, minor, broad, and detailed occupation groups (Appendix C); and (4) the titles, placement, and codes of new occupations that the SOCPC is recommending be added in the revised 2010 SOC (Appendix C). All comments submitted in response to this notice may be made available to the public, including by posting them on OMB’s Web site. For this reason, please do not include in your comments information of a confidential nature, such as sensitive personal information or proprietary information. Electronic Availability: This document is available on the Internet from the Bureau of Labor Statistics at http://www.bls.gov/soc/home.htm. This Web page contains links to previous SOC Federal Register notices, and related documents, as well as the full SOCPC recommended 2010 SOC structure. To obtain this notice via email, please send a message requesting the SOCPC recommendations Federal Register notice to soc@bls.gov. DATES: To ensure consideration, all comments must be in writing and received on or before July 21, 2008. ADDRESSES: Comments may be sent to: Katherine K. Wallman, Chief Statistician, Office of Management and Budget, 10201 New Executive Office Building, Washington, DC 20503, telephone number: (202) 395–3093, fax number: (202) 395–7245 or e-mailed to OMB at soc@omb.eop.gov with the subject 2010 SOC. Comments may also be sent via http://www.regulations.gov— a Federal E-Government Web site that PO 00000 Frm 00002 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4703 allows the public to find, review, and submit comments on documents that agencies have published in the Federal Register and that are open for comment. Simply type ‘‘2010 SOC’’ (in quotes) in the Comment or Submission search box, click Go, and follow the instructions for submitting comments. Comments received with subject 2010 SOC by the date specified above will be included as part of the official record. Because of delays in the receipt of regular mail related to security screening, respondents are encouraged to use electronic communications. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Paul Bugg, Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, OMB, 10201 New Executive Office Building, 725 17th Street, NW., Washington, DC 20503; e-mail: pbugg@omb.eop.gov; telephone number: (202) 395–3095; fax number: (202) 395–7245. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: History of the 2000 SOC Revision The 2000 Standard Occupational Classification (SOC), which replaced the 1980 SOC, was developed in response to a growing need for a universal occupational classification system. Such a classification system allows government agencies and private industry to produce comparable data. Users of occupational data include government program managers, industrial and labor relations practitioners, job seekers, employers wishing to set salary scales or locate an establishment, academic and business researchers, and educational institutions—including teachers, guidance counselors, and students exploring careers and identifying career education and training alternatives. In 1994, the Office of Management and Budget formed the SOC Revision Policy Committee (SOCRPC) with members from the Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics and Employment and Training Administration, the Department of Commerce’s Census Bureau, the Department of Defense’s Defense Manpower Data Center, the National Science Foundation, the National Occupational Information Coordinating Committee, the Office of Personnel Management, and the Office of Management and Budget , as well as participants from the Departments of Agriculture, Health and Human Services, and Transportation, and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. The 2000 SOC is the result of a cooperative effort by the major Federal agencies that use occupational classification systems to maximize the E:\FR\FM\22MYN2.SGM 22MYN2 Federal Register / Vol. 73, No. 100 / Thursday, May 22, 2008 / Notices pwalker on PROD1PC71 with NOTICES2 usefulness of occupational information collected by the Federal Government and is the result of four years of research by the SOCRPC and work groups composed of members from more than fifteen government agencies. The SOCRPC was charged with identifying the major statistical uses of occupational classifications and creating a classification system that reflected the current occupational structure in the United States. The SOCRPC used the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Occupational Employment Statistics (OES) classification system as the starting point for the new SOC framework. In carrying out this charge, OMB and the committee issued several Federal Register notices. Based on comments in response to these notices, the SOCRPC and OMB developed and published the 2000 Standard Occupational Classification Manual and established the Standard Occupational Classification Policy Committee (SOCPC) to monitor the implementation of the new SOC and carry out periodic revisions. The 2010 SOC Revision In 2005, the Office of Management and Budget met with the Standard Occupational Classification Policy Committee (SOCPC) to plan for the 2010 SOC revision. The SOCPC includes representatives from the Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics and Employment and Training Administration, the Department of Commerce’s Census Bureau, the Department of Defense’s Defense Manpower Data Center, the Department of Education, the Department of Health and Human Services, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the National Science Foundation, the Office of Personnel Management, and, ex officio, the Office of Management and Budget. To initiate the formal 2010 SOC revision process, OMB and the SOCPC requested public comment in a May 16, 2006, Federal Register notice (71 FR 28536) on: (1) The Standard Occupational Classification principles, (2) corrections to the 2000 SOC Manual, (3) the intention to retain the current SOC Major Group structure, (4) changes to the existing detailed occupations, and (5) new detailed occupations to be added to the revised 2010 SOC. To carry out the bulk of the revision effort, the committee created six work groups to examine occupations in the following major groups: Management, Professional, and Related Occupations (codes 11–29–0000); Service Occupations (codes 31–39–0000); Sales and Office Occupations (codes 41–43– VerDate Aug<31>2005 17:20 May 21, 2008 Jkt 214001 0000); Natural Resources, Construction, and Maintenance Occupations (codes 45–49–0000); Production, Transportation, and Material Moving Occupations (codes 51–53–0000) and Military Specific Occupations (code 55– 0000). The work groups were charged with reviewing comments received in response to the May 16, 2006, Federal Register notice and providing recommendations to the SOCPC. Guided by the classification principles, the SOCPC reviewed the recommendations from the workgroups and reached decisions by consensus. This Federal Register notice presents the final recommendations of the SOCPC to OMB for the 2010 SOC revision and requests public comment on those recommendations. SOCPC Recommended Changes The SOCPC received and reviewed hundreds of comments in response to the May 16, 2006, Federal Register notice. The SOCPC has restructured the SOC Classification Principles by revising them and adding a new section on SOC Coding Guidelines in response to some of these comments; please see Appendix A for the results of these recommended changes together with an outline of their motivation. In response to other comments, the SOCPC created new occupations, revised occupational titles, and made changes to the structure and placement of individual occupations. Appendices B and C show these recommended revisions. In addition to general comments on the SOCPC’s recommendations, OMB welcomes comments specifically addressing: (1) The SOC Classification Principles and SOC Coding Guidelines recommended by the SOCPC (Appendix A); (2) their recommended changes to titles and codes of occupations from the 2000 SOC (Appendix B); (3) the SOCPC’s recommended changes to the hierarchical structure of the SOC, including changes to major, minor, broad, and detailed occupation groups (Appendix C); and (4) the titles, placement, and codes of new occupations that the SOCPC is recommending be added in the revised 2010 SOC (Appendix C). OMB, in consultation with the SOCPC, will consider comments in response to this notice in making its final decisions for the 2010 SOC revision and will publish its decisions in the Federal Register. The SOCPC will then finish preparing the 2010 Standard Occupational Classification Manual for publication, including finalizing occupational definitions, assigning PO 00000 Frm 00003 Fmt 4701 Sfmt 4703 29931 associated job titles, and developing a crosswalk to the 2000 SOC. Susan E. Dudley, Administrator, Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs. Appendix A: Classification Principles and Coding Guidelines In reviewing comments on the 2000 SOC Classification Principles, members of the SOCPC noted that some of the principles were actually guidelines intended to assist data coders and users in consistently assigning SOC codes and titles to survey responses and in other coding activities. Consequently, the SOCPC recommends restructuring the SOC Classification Principles by revising them and extracting the guideline elements to form a new set of SOC Coding Guidelines. Aside from this restructuring, the substantive changes recommended by the SOCPC include the removal of credentials from the list of criteria in Principle 2 and the development of a new principle on collectability presented as Principle 8. The removal of credentials as a basis of classification was motivated by the instability in classification resulting from the difficulty of obtaining accurate, recent information on current credential requirements and certification status of incumbents as well as the lack of uniformity across the various State and local jurisdictions on the credentials they require. This variation in requirements and credential information prevents consistent occupational classification across data related to various jurisdictions, establishments, and occupations. The recommendation to include a collectability principle was motivated by the agencies’ experience with the 2000 SOC in which they found that some of the 2000 SOC occupations either could not be collected consistently or, once collected, could not be reported because of potential disclosure of confidential statistical information. This inability to collect consistently or to publish certain occupations needlessly imposed collection burden on respondents, used Federal data collection resources inefficiently, and undermined the consistency and accuracy of occupational data. The SOCPC’s recommended SOC Classification Principles and SOC Coding Guidelines are shown below. SOC Classification Principles The SOC Classification Principles form the basis on which the SOC system is structured. 1. The SOC Classification covers all occupations in which work is performed for pay or profit, including work performed in family-operated enterprises by family members who are not directly compensated. It excludes occupations unique to volunteers. Each occupation is assigned to only one occupational category at the lowest level of the classification. 2. Occupations are classified based on work performed and, in some cases, on the skills, education, and/or training needed to perform the work at a competent level. E:\FR\FM\22MYN2.SGM 22MYN2 29932 Federal Register / Vol. 73, No. 100 / Thursday, May 22, 2008 / Notices 3. Workers primarily engaged in planning and directing are classified in management occupations in Major Group 11–0000. 4. Supervisors of workers in Major Groups 13–0000 through 29–0000 usually have work experience and perform activities similar to those of the workers they supervise, and therefore are classified with the workers they supervise. 5. Workers in Major Groups 33–0000 through 53–0000 whose primary duty is supervising are classified in the appropriate first-line supervisor/manager category because their work activities are distinct from those of the workers they supervise. 6. Apprentices and trainees are classified with the occupations for which they are being trained, while helpers and aides are classified separately because they are not in training for the occupation they are helping. 7. If an occupation is not included as a distinct detailed occupation in the structure, it is classified in an appropriate ‘‘All Other,’’ or residual, occupation. ‘‘All Other’’ occupations are placed in the structure when it is determined that the detailed occupations comprising a broad occupation group do not account for all of the workers in the group. These occupations appear as the last occupation in the group with a code ending in ‘‘9’’ and are identified in their title by having ‘‘All Other’’ appear at the end. 8. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and the U.S. Census Bureau are charged with collecting and reporting data on total U.S. employment across the full spectrum of SOC major groups. Thus, for a detailed occupation to be included in the SOC, either the Bureau of Labor Statistics or the Census Bureau must be able to collect and report data on that occupation. SOC Coding Guidelines The SOC Coding Guidelines are intended to assist users in consistently assigning SOC codes and titles to survey responses and in other coding activities. 1. A worker should be assigned to an SOC occupation code based on work performed. 2. When workers in a single job could be coded in more than one occupation, they should be coded in the occupation that requires the highest level of skill. If there is no measurable difference in skill requirements, workers should be coded in the occupation in which they spend the most time. Workers whose job is to teach at different levels (e.g., elementary, middle, or secondary) should be coded in the occupation corresponding to the highest educational level they teach. 3. Data collection and reporting agencies should assign workers to the most detailed occupation possible. Different agencies may use different levels of aggregation, depending on their ability to collect data. For more information on data produced using the SOC, see the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) section. [Please note: FAQs will be included in the published manual but are not included in this notice.] 4. Workers who perform activities not described in any distinct detailed occupation in the SOC structure should be coded in an appropriate ‘‘All Other’’ or residual occupation. These residual occupational categories appear as the last occupation in a group with a code ending in ‘‘9’’ and are identified by having the words ‘‘All Other’’ appear at the end of the title. 5. Workers in Major Groups 33–0000 through 53–0000 who spend 80 percent or more of their time performing supervisory activities are coded in the appropriate firstline supervisor/manager category in the SOC. In these same Major Groups (33–0000 through 53–0000), persons with supervisory duties who spend less than 80 percent of their time supervising are coded with the workers they supervise. 6. Licensed and non-licensed workers performing the same work should be coded together in the same detailed occupation, except where specified otherwise in the SOC definition. 2000 SOC pwalker on PROD1PC71 with NOTICES2 11–3049 Human Resources Managers, All Other ......................... 11–3041 Compensation and Benefits Managers ........................... 11–3042 Training and Development Managers ............................. 11–9000 Other Management Occupations: 11–9010 Agricultural Managers ...................................................... 11–9011 Farm, Ranch, and Other Agricultural Managers ............. 11–9012 Farmers and Ranchers .................................................... 11–9031 Education Administrators, Preschool and Child Care Center/Program. 11–9041 Engineering Managers ..................................................... 11–9061 Funeral Directors ............................................................. 13–0000 Business and Financial Operations Occupations: 13–1000 Business Operations Specialists. 13–1021 Purchasing Agents and Buyers, Farm Products ............. 13–1040 Compliance Officers, Except Agriculture, Construction, Health and Safety, and Transportation: 13–1041 Compliance Officers, Except Agriculture, Construction, Health and Safety, and Transportation. 17:20 May 21, 2008 Jkt 214001 Appendix B is a table listing in the first column every detailed occupation from the 2000 SOC that has been revised (including changes to only the code or title) or replaced, with the corresponding recommended 2010 code(s) and title(s) appearing in the second column. An asterisk (*) after the occupation code and title in the second column means that the occupation in the first column only makes up part of the occupation in the second column; that is, the starred 2010 SOC occupation has been created from multiple 2000 SOC codes. Each occupation with the (*) notation appears multiple times in the table. A new occupation may have been created by breaking out a group of workers previously classified in a 2000 SOC occupation, but the new occupation does not replace the 2000 SOC occupation. In this case, the 2000 occupation will indicate in italics which group or groups have been removed to create a new occupation. Appendix C is a table listing in the first column every new or revised (including changes to only the code or title) detailed occupation that the SOCPC is recommending for the 2010 SOC. The corresponding 2000 SOC code(s) and title(s) appear in the second column. An asterisk (*) after the occupation code and title in the second column means that the occupation in the first column makes up only part of the occupation in the second column; that is, the starred 2000 SOC occupation has been divided into multiple new occupations. Each occupation with the (*) notation appears multiple times in the table. Where a detailed occupation has been added or removed, the major group, minor group, and broad occupation codes for that occupation are also listed. Appendix B: 2000 SOC Related to 2010 SOC Recommended Structure Changes 2010 SOC 11–0000 Management Occupations: 11–2031 Public Relations Managers .............................................. 11–3000 Operations Specialties Managers: 11–3040 Human Resources Managers .......................................... VerDate Aug<31>2005 How to Read Appendix B and Appendix C PO 00000 Frm 00004 Fmt 4701 11–2031 Public Relations and Fundraising Managers. 11–3120 11–3110 11–3130 11–3121 11–3111 11–3131 Human Resources Managers. Compensation and Benefits Managers. Training and Development Managers. Human Resources Managers. Compensation and Benefits Managers. Training and Development Managers. 11–9010 Farmers, Ranchers, and Other Agricultural Managers. 11–9013 Farmers, Ranchers, and Other Agricultural Managers *. 11–9013 Farmers, Ranchers, and Other Agricultural Managers *. 11–9031 Education Administrators, Preschool and Childcare Center/ Program. 11–9041 Architectural and Engineering Managers. 11–9061 Funeral Service Managers Except morticians and undertakers. 39–4031 Morticians, Undertakers, and Funeral Directors. 13–1021 Buyers and Purchasing Agents, Farm Products. 13–1041 Compliance Officers. Sfmt 4703 E:\FR\FM\22MYN2.SGM 22MYN2 Federal Register / Vol. 73, No. 100 / Thursday, May 22, 2008 / Notices 2000 SOC 2010 SOC 13–1060 Emergency Management Specialists: 13–1061 Emergency Management Specialists .............................. 13–1070 Human Resources, Training, and Labor Relations Specialists. 13–1071 Employment, Recruitment, and Placement Specialists ... 13–1072 Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists .. 13–1073 Training and Development Specialists ............................ 13–1079 Human Resources, Training, and Labor Relations Specialists, All Other. 13–2070 Loan Counselors and Officers ......................................... 13–2071 Loan Counselors .............................................................. 13–2081 Tax Examiners, Collectors, and Revenue Agents .......... 15–0000 Computer and Mathematical Science Occupations: 15–1000 Computer Specialists ....................................................... 15–1110 Computer and Information Scientists, Research ............. 15–1011 Computer and Information Scientists, Research ............. 15–1020 Computer Programmers .................................................. 15–1021 Computer Programmers .................................................. 15–1031 Computer Software Engineers, Applications ................... 15–1032 15–1041 15–1051 15–1061 15–1071 Computer Software Engineers, Systems Software ......... Computer Support Specialists ......................................... Computer Systems Analysts ........................................... Database Administrators ................................................. Network and Computer Systems Administrators ............ 15–1081 Network Systems and Data Communications Analysts .. 15–1090 15–1099 17–3000 Miscellaneous Computer Specialists ............................... Computer Specialists, All Other ...................................... Drafters, Engineering, and Mapping Technicians ........... 19–0000 Life, Physical, and Social Science Occupations: 19–3000 Social Scientists and Related Workers: 19–3020 Market and Survey Researchers ..................................... 19–3021 Market Research Analysts ............................................... 21–0000 Community and Social Services Occupations ................ 21–1012 Educational, Vocational, and School Counselors ........... 21–1022 Medical and Public Health Social Workers ..................... 21–1091 Health Educators ............................................................. 23–0000 Legal Occupations: 23–1000 Lawyers, Judges, and Related Workers: 23–1010 Lawyers ............................................................................ 23–2092 Law Clerks ....................................................................... pwalker on PROD1PC71 with NOTICES2 25–0000 Education, Training, and Library Occupations: 25–2000 Primary, Secondary, and Special Education School Teachers. 25–2020 Elementary and Middle School Teachers: 25–2022 Middle School Teachers, Except Special and Vocational Education. 25–2023 Vocational Education Teachers, Middle School .............. 25–2030 Secondary School Teachers: 25–2031 Secondary School Teachers, Except Special and Vocational Education. 25–2032 Vocational Education Teachers, Secondary School ....... 25–2040 Special Education Teachers ............................................ 25–2041 Special Education Teachers, Preschool, Kindergarten, and Elementary School. 25–2042 Special Education Teachers, Middle School ................... 25–2043 Special Education Teachers, Secondary School ............ 25–3000 Other Teachers and Instructors: 25–3011 Adult Literacy, Remedial Education, and GED Teachers and Instructors. 25–3090 Miscellaneous Teachers and Instructors: VerDate Aug<31>2005 17:20 May 21, 2008 Jkt 214001 29933 PO 00000 Frm 00005 Fmt 4701 11–9161 13–1070 Emergency Management Directors. Human Resources Workers. 13–1140 13–1150 13–1071 13–1141 13–1151 13–1079 Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists. Training and Development Specialists. Human Resources Specialists. Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists. Training and Development Specialists. Human Resources Workers, All Other *. 13–2070 13–2071 13–2081 Credit Counselors and Loan Officers. Credit Counselors. Tax Examiners and Collectors and Revenue Agents. 15–1100 15–1110 15–1111 15–1120 15–1142 15–1122 15–1123 15–1124 15–1122 15–1141 15–1121 15–1131 15–1132 15–1143 15–1123 15–1124 15–1143 15–1144 15–1190 15–1199 17–3000 cians. Computer Occupations. Computer and Information Research Scientists. Computer and Information Research Scientists. Software and Web Developers and Computer Analysts. Applications Computer Programmers. Software Developers *. Web Developers *. Information Security Analysts *. Software Developers *. Computer Support Specialists. Computer Systems Analysts. Database Administrators and Developers. Network and Computer Systems Administrators. Computer Network and Systems Technicians *. Web Developers *. Information Security Analysts *. Computer Network and Systems Technicians *. Web Technicians. Miscellaneous Computer Occupations. Computer Occupations, All Other. Drafters, Engineering Technicians, and Mapping Techni- 19–3020 13–1160 13–1161 21–0000 21–1012 21–1022 21–1091 Survey Researchers. Market Research Analysts and Marketing Specialists. Market Research Analysts and Marketing Specialists. Community and Social Service Occupations. Educational, Guidance, School and Vocational Counselors. Health Care Social Workers. Health Educators and Community Health Workers. 23–1010 23–1012 23–2011 Lawyers and Judicial Law Clerks. Judicial Law Clerks. Paralegals and Legal Assistants. 25–2000 Preschool, Primary, Secondary, and Special Education School Teachers. 25–2022 Middle School Teachers, Except Special and Career/Technical Education. 25–2023 Career/Technical Education Teachers, Middle School. 25–2031 Secondary School Teachers, Except Special and Career/ Technical Education. 25–2032 Career/Technical Education Teachers, Secondary School. 25–2050 Special Education Teachers. 25–2051 Special Education Teachers, Preschool. 25–2052 Special Education Teachers, Kindergarten and Elementary School. 25–2053 Special Education Teachers, Middle School. 25–2054 Special Education Teachers, Secondary School. 25–3011 Adult Basic and Secondary Education and Literacy Teachers and Instructors. Sfmt 4703 E:\FR\FM\22MYN2.SGM 22MYN2 29934 Federal Register / Vol. 73, No. 100 / Thursday, May 22, 2008 / Notices 2000 SOC 25–3099 2010 SOC Teachers and Instructors, All Other ................................ 25–9011 Audio-Visual Collections Specialists ................................ 27–1014 Multi-Media Artists and Animators ................................... 29–0000 Healthcare Practitioner and Technical Occupations: 29–1000 Health Diagnosing and Treating Practitioners. 29–1111 Registered Nurses ........................................................... 29–1120 Therapists: 29–1121 Audiologists ...................................................................... 29–1129 Therapists, All Other ........................................................ 29–2000 Health Technologists and Technicians: 29–2030 Diagnosing Related Technologists and Technicians ...... 29–2034 Radiologic Technologists and Technicians ..................... 29–2050 Health Diagnosing and Treating Practitioner Support Technicians. 29–2090 Miscellaneous Health Technologists and Technicians: 29–2099 Health Technologists and Technicians, All Other ........... 31–0000 Healthcare Support Occupations: 31–2011 Occupational Therapist Assistants .................................. 31–2012 Occupational Therapist Aides .......................................... 31–9000 Other Healthcare Support Occupations: 31–9090 Miscellaneous Healthcare Support Occupations: 31–9099 Healthcare Support Workers, All Other ........................... 33–0000 Protective Service Occupations: 33–2011 Fire Fighters ..................................................................... 33–9000 Other Protective Service Workers: 33–9090 Miscellaneous Protective Service Workers: 33–9099 Protective Service Workers, All Other ............................. 39–0000 Personal Care and Service Occupations: 39–1012 Slot Key Persons ............................................................. 39–5010 Barbers and Cosmetologists ........................................... 39–5094 Skin Care Specialists ....................................................... 39–9011 Child Care Workers ......................................................... 41–0000 Sales and Related Occupations: 41–9000 Other Sales and Related Workers: 41–9090 Miscellaneous Sales and Related Workers: 41–9099 Sales and Related Workers, All Other ............................ 43–0000 Office and Administrative Support Occupations: 43–3021 Billing and Posting Clerks and Machine Operators ........ 43–6011 Executive Secretaries and Administrative Assistants ..... 43–6014 Secretaries, Except Legal, Medical, and Executive ........ 43–9000 Other Office and Administrative Support Workers: 43–9190 Miscellaneous Office and Administrative Support Workers: 43–9199 Office and Administrative Support Workers, All Other .... pwalker on PROD1PC71 with NOTICES2 45–0000 Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Occupations: 45–1010 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Workers: 45–1012 Farm Labor Contractors .................................................. 49–0000 Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Occupations: 49–2021 Radio Mechanics ............................................................. 49–3041 49–3051 VerDate Aug<31>2005 Farm Equipment Mechanics ............................................ Motorboat Mechanics ...................................................... 17:20 May 21, 2008 Jkt 214001 PO 00000 Frm 00006 Fmt 4701 25–3099 Teachers and Instructors, All Other Except all other special education teachers. 25–2059 Special Education Teachers, All Other. 25–9011 Audio-Visual and Multimedia Collections Specialists . 27–1014 Multimedia Artists and Animators. 29–1111 tioners, 29–1141 29–1151 29–1161 Registered Nurses Except nurse anesthetists, nurse practiand nurse midwives. Nurse Anesthetists. Nurse Practitioners. Nurse Midwives. 29–1171 29–1129 29–1128 Audiologists. Therapists, All Other Except exercise physiologists. Exercise Physiologists. 29–2030 Diagnostic Related Technologists and Technicians. 29–2034 Radiologic Technologists and Technicians Except magnetic resonance imaging technologists. 29–2035 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technologists. 29–2050 Health Practitioner Support Technologists and Technicians. 29–2099 Health Technologists and Technicians, All Other Except ophthalmic medical technicians. 29–2057 Ophthalmic Medical Technicians. 31–2011 31–2012 Occupational Therapy Assistants. Occupational Therapy Aides. 31–9099 Healthcare Support phlebotomists. 31–9097 Phlebotomists. 33–2011 Workers, All Other Except Firefighters. 33–9099 Protective Service Workers, All Other Except transportation security screeners. 33–9093 Transportation Security Screeners. 39–1012 39–5010 39–5094 39–9011 Slot Supervisors. Barbers, Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists. Skincare Specialists. Childcare Workers. 41–9099 13–1131 Sales and Related Workers, All Other Except fundraisers. Fundraisers. 43–3021 Billing and Posting Clerks. 43–6011 Executive Secretaries and Executive Administrative Assistants. 43–6014 Secretaries and Administrative Assistants, Except Legal, Medical, and Executive. 43–9199 Office and Administrative Support Workers, All Other Except all other financial clerks. 43–3099 Financial Clerks, All Other. 13–1079 Human Resources Workers, All Other *. 45–1011 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Workers *. 49–2021 ers. 49–3041 49–3051 Sfmt 4703 Radio, Cellular and Tower Equipment, Installers and RepairFarm Equipment Mechanics and Service Technicians. Motorboat Mechanics and Service Technicians. E:\FR\FM\22MYN2.SGM 22MYN2 Federal Register / Vol. 73, No. 100 / Thursday, May 22, 2008 / Notices 2000 SOC 2010 SOC 49–9000 Other Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Occupations 49–9090 Miscellaneous Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers: 49–9099 Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers, All Other. 51–0000 Production Workers: 51–4012 Numerical Tool and Process Control Programmers ....... 51–4050 Metal Furnace and Kiln Operators and Tenders ............. 51–4190 Miscellaneous Metalworkers and Plastic Workers .......... 51–4192 Lay-Out Workers, Metal and Plastic ................................ 51–5000 Printing Workers: 51–5010 Bookbinders and Bindery Workers .................................. 51–5011 Bindery Workers .............................................................. 51–5012 Bookbinders ..................................................................... 51–5020 Printers ............................................................................. 51–5021 Job Printers ...................................................................... 51–5022 Prepress Technicians and Workers ................................ 51–5023 Printing Machine Operators ............................................. 51–8031 Water and Liquid Waste Treatment Plant and System Operators. 51–9000 Other Production Occupations: 51–9130 Photographic Process Workers and Processing Machine Operators: 51–9131 Photographic Process Workers ....................................... 51–9132 Photographic Processing Machine Operators ................. 51–9191 Cementing and Gluing Machine Operators and Tenders 51–9190 Miscellaneous Production Workers: 51–9199 Production Workers, All Other ......................................... 53–3022 53–3033 53–7111 29935 Bus Drivers, School ......................................................... Truck Drivers, Light or Delivery Services ........................ Shuttle Car Operators ...................................................... 49–9099 Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers, All Other Except general maintenance and repair workers. 49–9071 Maintenance and Repair Workers, General. 51–4012 Computer Numerically Controlled Machine Tool Programmers, Metal and Plastic. 51–4050 Metal Furnace Operators, Tenders, Pourers, and Casters. 51–4190 Miscellaneous Metal Workers and Plastic Workers. 51–4192 Layout Workers, Metal and Plastic. 51–5110 51–5113 51–5113 51–5110 51–5112 51–5113 51–5111 51–5112 51–8031 tors. Printing Workers *. Print Finishing and Binding Workers *. Print Finishing and Binding Workers *. Printing Workers *. Printing Press Operators *. Print Finishing and Binding Workers *. Prepress Technicians and Workers. Printing Press Operators *. Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant and System Opera- 51–9151 Photographic Process Workers and Processing Machine Operators *. 51–9151 Photographic Process Workers and Processing Machine Operators *. 51–9191 Adhesive Bonding Machine Operators and Tenders. 51–9199 Production Workers, All Other Except all other food processing workers. 51–3099 Food Processing Workers, All Other. 53–3022 Bus Drivers, School or Special Client. 53–3033 Drivers, Light Vehicle or Delivery Services. 53–7111 Mine Shuttle Car Operators. Appendix C: 2010 SOC Recommended Structure Changes Related to 2000 SOC 2010 SOC 2000 SOC pwalker on PROD1PC71 with NOTICES2 11–0000 Management Occupations: 11–2030 Public Relations and Fundraising Managers: 11–2031 Public Relations and Fundraising Managers ................... 11–3000 Operations Specialties Managers: 11–3110 Compensation and Benefits Managers ........................... 11–3111 Compensation and Benefits Managers ........................... 11–3120 Human Resources Managers .......................................... 11–3121 Human Resources Managers .......................................... 11–3130 Training and Development Managers ............................. 11–3131 Training and Development Managers ............................. 11–9000 Other Management Occupations: 11–9010 Farmers, Ranchers, and Other Agricultural Managers ... 11–9013 Farmers, Ranchers, and Other Agricultural Managers ... 11–9031 Education Administrators, Preschool and Childcare Center/Program. 11–9040 Architectural and Engineering Managers: 11–9041 Architectural and Engineering Managers ........................ 1–9060 Funeral Service Managers: 11–9061 Funeral Service Managers Except morticians, undertakers, and funeral directors. 11–9160 Emergency Management Directors. 11–9161 Emergency Management Directors ................................. 13–0000 Business and Financial Operations Occupations 13–1000 Business Operations Specialists: 13–1021 Buyers and Purchasing Agents, Farm Products ............. 13–1040 Compliance Officers. VerDate Aug<31>2005 17:20 May 21, 2008 Jkt 214001 PO 00000 Frm 00007 Fmt 4701 11–2031 Public Relations Managers. 11–3040 11–3041 11–3040 11–3049 11–3040 11–3042 Human Resources Managers*. Compensation and Benefits Managers. Human Resources Managers*. Human Resources Managers, All Other. Human Resources Managers *. Training and Development Managers. 11–9010 Agricultural Managers. 11–9011 Farm, Ranch, and Other Agricultural Managers. 11–9012 Farmers and Ranchers. 11–9031 Education Administrators, Preschool and Child Care Center/ Program. 11–9041 Engineering Managers. 11–9061 Funeral Directors *. 13–1061 Emergency Management Specialists. 13–1021 Purchasing Agents and Buyers, Farm Products. Sfmt 4703 E:\FR\FM\22MYN2.SGM 22MYN2 29936 Federal Register / Vol. 73, No. 100 / Thursday, May 22, 2008 / Notices 2010 SOC 2000 SOC 13–1041 Compliance Officers ........................................................ 13–1070 Human Resources Workers ............................................ 13–1071 13–1079 Human Resources Specialists ......................................... Human Resources Workers, All Other ............................ 13–1130 Fundraisers: 13–1131 Fundraisers ...................................................................... 13–1140 Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists .. 13–1141 13–1150 Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists .. Training and Development Specialists ............................ 13–1151 Training and Development Specialists ............................ 13–1160 Market Research Analysts and Marketing Specialists .... 13–1161 Market Research Analysts and Marketing Specialists .... 13–2070 Credit Counselors and Loan Officers .............................. 13–2071 Credit Counselors ............................................................ 13–2080 Tax Examiners, Collectors and Preparers, and Revenue Agents: 13–2081 Tax Examiners and Collectors, and Revenue Agents .... 15–0000 Computer and Mathematical Occupations ...................... 15–1100 Computer Occupations .................................................... 15–1110 Computer and Information Research Scientists .............. 15–1111 Computer and Information Research Scientists .............. 15–1120 Software and Web Developers and Computer Analysts: 15–1121 Computer Systems Analysts ........................................... 15–1122 Software Developers ....................................................... 15–1123 Web Developers .............................................................. 15–1124 Information Security Analysts .......................................... 15–1129 Software and Web Developers and Computer Analysts, All Other. 15–1130 Database Specialists and Systems Administrators: 15–1131 Database Administrators and Developers ....................... 15–1132 Network and Computer Systems Administrators ............ 15–1140 Computer Programmers, Support Specialists and Technicians: 15–1141 Computer Support Specialists ......................................... 15–1142 Computer Programmers .................................................. 15–1143 Computer Network and Systems Technicians ................ pwalker on PROD1PC71 with NOTICES2 15–1144 Web Technicians ............................................................. 15–1190 Miscellaneous Computer Occupations: 15–1199 Computer Occupations, All Other .................................... 17–3000 Drafters, Engineering Technicians, and Mapping Technicians. 19–0000 Life, Physical, and Social Science Occupations: 19–3000 Social Scientists and Related Workers: 19–3020 Survey Researchers ........................................................ 21–0000 Community and Social Service Occupations .................. 21–1012 Educational, Guidance, School and Vocational Counselors. 21–1022 Health Care Social Workers ............................................ 21–1091 Health Educators and Community Health Workers ........ 23–0000 Legal Occupations: 23–1010 Lawyers and Judicial Law Clerks .................................... 23–1012 Judicial Law Clerks .......................................................... 23–2000 Legal Support Workers: 23–2011 Paralegals and Legal Assistants ..................................... 25–0000 Education, Training, and Library Occupations: 25–2000 Preschool, Primary, Secondary, and Special Education School Teachers. 25–2022 Middle School Teachers, Except Special and Career/ Technical Education. 25–2023 Career/Technical Education Teachers, Middle School ... 25–2031 Secondary School Teachers, Except Special and Career/Technical Education. VerDate Aug<31>2005 17:20 May 21, 2008 Jkt 214001 PO 00000 Frm 00008 Fmt 4701 13–1041 Compliance Officers, Except Agriculture, Construction, Health and Safety, and Transportation. 13–1070 Human Resources, Training, and Labor Relations Specialists *. 13–1071 Employment, Recruitment, and Placement Specialists. 13–1079 Human Resources, Training, and Labor Relations Specialists, All Other. 45–1012 Farm Labor Contractors *. 41–9099 13–1070 ists *. 13–1072 13–1070 ists *. 13–1073 19–3020 19–3021 13–2070 13–2071 Sales and Related Workers, All Other *. Human Resources, Training, and Labor Relations Special- 13–2081 15–0000 15–1000 15–1010 15–1011 Tax Examiners, Collectors and Revenue Agents. Computer and Mathematical Science Occupations. Computer Specialists. Computer and Information Scientists, Research. Computer and Information Scientists, Research. Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists. Human Resources, Training, and Labor Relations SpecialTraining and Development Specialists. Market and Survey Researchers *. Market Research Analysts. Loan Counselors and Officers. Loan Counselors. 15–1051 Computer Systems Analysts. 15–1031 Computer Software Engineers, Applications *. 15–1032 Computer Software Engineers, Systems Software. 15–1031 Computer Software Engineers, Applications *. 15–1081 Network Systems and Data Communications Analysts *. 15–1031 Computer Software Engineers, Applications *. 15–1081 Network Systems and Data Communications Analysts *. n/a new occupation. 15–1061 15–1071 Database Administrators. Network and Computer Systems Administrators *. 15–1041 15–1021 15–1071 15–1081 15–1081 Computer Support Specialists. Computer Programmers. Network and Computer Systems Administrators *. Network Systems and Data Communications Analysts *. Network Systems and Data Communications Analysts *. 15–1099 17–3000 Computer Specialists, All Other. Drafters, Engineering, and Mapping Technicians. 19–3020 21–0000 21–1012 Market and Survey Researchers *. Community and Social Services Occupations. Educational, Vocational, and School Counselors. 21–1022 21–1091 Medical and Public Health Social Workers. Health Educators. 23–1010 23–2092 Lawyers. Law Clerks *. 23–2011 23–2092 Paralegals and Legal Assistants. Law Clerks* Except judicial law clerks. 25–2000 Primary, Secondary, and Special Education School Teachers. 25–2022 Middle School Teachers, Except Special and Vocational Education. 25–2023 Middle School Vocational Education Teachers. 25–2031 Secondary School Teachers, Except Special and Vocational Education. Sfmt 4703 E:\FR\FM\22MYN2.SGM 22MYN2 Federal Register / Vol. 73, No. 100 / Thursday, May 22, 2008 / Notices 2010 SOC 2000 SOC pwalker on PROD1PC71 with NOTICES2 25–2032 Career/Technical Education Teachers, Secondary School. 25–2050 Special Education Teachers ............................................ 25–2051 Special Education Teachers, Preschool .......................... 25–2052 Special Education Teachers, Kindergarten and Elementary School. 25–2053 Special Education Teachers, Middle School ................... 25–2054 Special Education Teachers, Secondary School ............ 25–2059 Special Education Teachers, All Other ........................... 25–3000 Other Teachers and Instructors: 25–3010 Adult Basic and Secondary Education and Literacy Teachers and Instructors: 25–3011 Adult Basic and Secondary Education and Literacy Teachers and Instructors. 25–3090 Miscellaneous Teachers and Instructors Except special education teachers, All other. 25–3099 Teachers and Instructors, All Other Except special education teachers, All other. 25–9000 Other Education, Training, and Library Occupations 25–9010 Audio-Visual and Multimedia Collections Specialists: 25–9011 Audio-Visual and Multimedia Collections Specialists ...... 27–0000 Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, and Media Occupations: 27–1014 Multimedia Artists and Animators .................................... 29–0000 Healthcare Practitioner and Technical Occupations: 29–1000 Health Diagnosing and Treating Practitioners: 29–1111 Registered Nurses Except nurse anesthetists, nurse practitioners, and nurse midwives. 29–1120 Therapists: 29–1128 Exercise Physiologists ..................................................... 29–1129 Therapists, All Other Except exercise physiologists ....... 29–1140 Nurse Anesthetists: 29–1141 Nurse Anesthetists ........................................................... 29–1150 Nurse Practitioners: 29–1151 Nurse Practitioners .......................................................... 29–1160 Nurse Midwives: 29–1161 Nurse Midwives ............................................................... 29–1170 Audiologists: 29–1171 Audiologists ...................................................................... 29–2000 Health Technologists and Technicians. 29–2030 Diagnostic Related Technologists and Technicians: 29–2034 Radiologic Technologists and Technicians Except magnetic resonance imaging technologists. 29–2035 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technologists .................. 29–2050 Health Practitioner Support Technologists and Technicians. 29–2057 Ophthalmic Medical Technicians ..................................... 29–2090 Miscellaneous Health Technologists and Technicians: 29–2099 Health Technologists and Technicians, All Other Except ophthalmic medical technicians. 31–0000 Healthcare Support Occupations: 31–2000 Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapist Assistants and Aides. 31–2010 Occupational Therapy Assistants and Aides ................... 31–2011 Occupational Therapy Assistants .................................... 31–2012 Occupational Therapy Aides ........................................... 31–9000 Other Healthcare Support Occupations. 31–9090 Miscellaneous Healthcare Support Occupations: 31–9097 Phlebotomists .................................................................. 31–9099 Healthcare Support Workers, All Other Except phlebotomists. 33–0000 Protective Service Occupations: 33–2010 Firefighters ....................................................................... 33–2011 Firefighters ....................................................................... 33–9000 Other Protective Service Workers. 33–9090 Miscellaneous Protective Service Workers: 33–9093 Transportation Security Screeners .................................. 33–9099 Protective Service Workers, All Other Except transportation security screeners. 39–0000 Personal Care and Service Occupations: 39–1012 Slot Supervisors ............................................................... 39–4000 Funeral Service Workers. 39–4030 Morticians, Undertakers, and Funeral Directors. VerDate Aug<31>2005 17:20 May 21, 2008 Jkt 214001 29937 PO 00000 Frm 00009 Fmt 4701 25–2032 Vocational Education Teachers, Secondary School. 25–2040 Special Education Teachers. 25–2041 Special Education Teachers, Preschool, Kindergarten, and Elementary School *. 25–2041 Special Education Teachers, Preschool, Kindergarten, and Elementary School *. 25–2042 Special Education Teachers, Middle School. 25–2043 Special Education Teachers, Secondary School. 25–3099 Teachers and Instructors, All Other *. 25–3011 Adult Literacy, Remedial Education, and GED Teachers and Instructors. 25–3090 Miscellaneous Teachers and Instructors *. 25–3099 Teachers and Instructors, All Other *. 25–9011 Audio-Visual Collections Specialists. 27–1014 Multi-Media Artists and Animators. 29–1111 Registered Nurses *. 29–1129 Therapists, All Other *. 29–1129 Therapists, All Other *. 29–1111 Registered Nurses *. 29–1111 Registered Nurses *. 29–1111 Registered Nurses *. 29–1121 Audiologists. 29–2034 Radiologic Technologists and Technicians *. 29–2034 29–2050 cians. 29–2099 Radiologic Technologists and Technicians *. Health Diagnosing and Treating Practitioner Support Techni- 29–2099 Health Technologists and Technicians, All Other *. 31–2000 Occupational and Physical Therapist Assistants and Aides. 31–2010 31–2011 31–2012 Occupational Therapist Assistants and Aides. Occupational Therapist Assistants. Occupational Therapist Aides. 31–9099 31–9099 Healthcare Support Workers, All Other *. Healthcare Support Workers, All Other *. 33–2010 33–2011 Fire Fighters. Fire Fighters. 33–9099 33–9099 Protective Service Workers, All Other *. Protective Service Workers, All Other *. 39–1012 Slot Key Persons. Sfmt 4703 Health Technologists and Technicians, All Other *. E:\FR\FM\22MYN2.SGM 22MYN2 29938 Federal Register / Vol. 73, No. 100 / Thursday, May 22, 2008 / Notices 2010 SOC 2000 SOC 39–4031 Morticians, Undertakers, and Funeral Directors .............. 39–5000 Personal Appearance Workers. 39–5010 Barbers, Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists 39–5094 Skincare Specialists ......................................................... 39–9010 Childcare Workers ........................................................... 39–9011 Childcare Workers ........................................................... 41–0000 Sales and Related Occupations: 41–9000 Other Sales and Related Workers. 41–9090 Miscellaneous Sales and Related Workers. 41–9099 Sales and Related Workers, All Other Except Fundraisers. 43–0000 Office and Administrative Support Occupations 43–3000 Financial Clerks 43–3020 Billing and Posting Clerks 43–3021 Billing and Posting Clerks ................................................ 43–3090 Miscellaneous Financial Clerks: 43–3099 Financial Clerks, All Other ............................................... 43–6011 Executive Secretaries and Executive Administrative Assistants. 43–6014 Secretaries and Administrative Assistants, Except Legal, Medical, and Executive. 43–9000 Other Office and Administrative Support Workers 43–9190 Miscellaneous Office and Administrative Support Workers: 43–9199 Office and Administrative Support Workers, All Other Except financial clerks, all other. 49–0000 Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Occupations: 49–2021 Radio, Cellular and Tower Equipment, Installers and Repairers. 49–3041 Farm Equipment Mechanics and Service Technicians ... 49–3051 Motorboat Mechanics and Service Technicians .............. 49–9000 Other Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Occupations: 49–9070 Maintenance and Repair Workers, General: 49–9071 Maintenance and Repair Workers, General .................... 49–9090 Miscellaneous Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers: 49–9099 Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers, All Other Except maintenance and repair workers, general. 51–0000 Production Occupations: 51–3000 Food Processing Workers: 51–3090 Miscellaneous Food Processing Workers: 51–3099 Food Processing Workers, All Other ............................... 51–4012 Computer Numerically Controlled Machine Tool Programmers, Metal and Plastic. 51–4050 Metal Furnace Operators, Tenders, Pourers, and Casters. 51–4190 Miscellaneous Metal Workers and Plastic Workers ........ 51–4192 Layout Workers, Metal and Plastic .................................. 51–5100 Printing Workers: 51–5110 Printing Workers: 51–5111 Prepress Technicians and Workers ................................ 51–5112 Printing Press Operators ................................................. 51–5113 Print Finishing and Binding Workers ............................... pwalker on PROD1PC71 with NOTICES2 51–8030 Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant and System Operators: 51–8031 Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant and System Operators. 51–9000 Other Production Occupations: 51–9150 Photographic Process Workers and Processing Machine Operators. 51–9151 Photographic Process Workers and Processing Machine Operators. 51–9191 Adhesive Bonding Machine Operators and Tenders ...... 51–9190 Miscellaneous Production Workers: 51–9199 Production Workers, All Other Except food processing workers, all other. 53–0000 Transportation and Material Moving Occupations: 53–3000 Motor Vehicle Operators. 53–3022 Bus Drivers, School or Special Client ............................. 53–3033 Drivers, Light Vehicle or Delivery Services ..................... 53–7110 Mine Shuttle Car Operators. VerDate Aug<31>2005 17:20 May 21, 2008 Jkt 214001 PO 00000 Frm 00010 Fmt 4701 11–9061 Funeral Directors * Except funeral service managers. 39–5010 39–5094 39–9010 39–9011 Barbers and Cosmetologists. Skin Care Specialists. Child Care Workers. Child Care Workers. 41–9099 Sales and Related Workers, All Other *. 43–3021 Billing and Posting Clerks and Machine Operators. 43–9199 43–6011 Office and Administrative Support Workers, All Other *. Executive Secretaries and Administrative Assistants. 43–6014 Secretaries, Except Legal, Medical, and Executive. 43–9199 Office and Administrative Support Workers, All Other *. 49–2021 Radio Mechanics. 49–3041 49–3051 Farm Equipment Mechanics. Motorboat Mechanics. 49–9099 Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers, All Other *. 49–9099 Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers, All Other *. 51–9199 51–4012 Production Workers, All Other *. Numerical Tool and Process Control Programmers. 51–4050 Metal Furnace and Kiln Operators and Tenders. 51–4190 51–4192 Miscellaneous Metalworkers and Plastic Workers. Lay-Out Workers, Metal and Plastic. 51–5022 51–5021 51–5023 51–5011 51–5012 51–5021 Prepress Technicians and Workers. Job Printers *. Printing Machine Operators. Bindery Workers. Bookbinders. Job Printers *. 51–8031 ators. Water and Liquid Waste Treatment Plant and System Oper- 51–9130 Photographic Process Workers and Processing Machine Operators. 51–9131 Photographic Process Workers. 51–9132 51–9191 Photographic Processing Machine Operators. Cementing and Gluing Machine Operators and Tenders. 51–9199 Production Workers, All Other *. 53–3022 53–3033 Bus Drivers, School. Truck Drivers, Light or Delivery Services. 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Standard Occupational Classification (SOC)--Policy Committee's 
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OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET


Standard Occupational Classification (SOC)--Policy Committee's 
Recommendations for the 2010 SOC

AGENCY: Executive Office of the President, Office of Management and 
Budget.

ACTION: Notice of Standard Occupational Classification Policy 
Committee; Recommendations to OMB and Solicitation of Comments.

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SUMMARY: Under the authority of the Budget and Accounting Procedures 
Act of 1950 (31 U.S.C. 1104(d)) and the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995 
(44 U.S.C. 3504(e)), the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) is 
seeking public comment on the Standard Occupational Classification 
Policy Committee's (SOCPC) recommendations presented in this notice for 
revising the 2000 Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) for 2010.
    The SOC is designed to reflect the current occupational structure 
of the United States; it classifies all occupations in which work is 
performed for pay or profit. The SOC covers all jobs in the national 
economy, including occupations in the public, private, and military 
sectors. All Federal agencies that publish occupational data are 
required to use the SOC; State and local government agencies are 
strongly encouraged to use this national system to promote a common 
language for categorizing and analyzing occupations.
    In a prior Federal Register notice (71 FR 28536, May 16, 2006), OMB 
and the SOCPC requested comments on: (1) The Standard Occupational 
Classification principles, (2) corrections to the 2000 SOC Manual, (3) 
the intention to retain the current SOC Major Group structure, (4) 
changes to the existing detailed occupations, and (5) new detailed 
occupations to be added to the revised 2010 SOC.
    The classification principles, coding guidelines, and occupations 
recommended in this notice reflect the comments received in response to 
the May 16, 2006, notice and represent the SOCPC's final 
recommendations to OMB. OMB, in consultation with the SOCPC, will 
consider comments in response to this notice in making its final 
decisions for the 2010 SOC revision and will publish its decisions in 
the Federal Register. The SOCPC will then finish preparing the 2010 
Standard Occupational Classification Manual for publication, including 
finalizing occupational definitions, assigning associated job titles, 
and developing a crosswalk to the 2000 SOC.
    Appendices: This notice includes three appendices in the 
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION section below. Appendix A presents the 
SOCPC's recommended SOC Classification Principles and SOC Coding 
Guidelines. Appendix B provides a crosswalk between the occupation 
codes in the 2000 SOC and the recommended revised codes for the 2010 
SOC. Appendix C provides a crosswalk between the recommended revised 
codes for the 2010 SOC and the 2000 SOC.
    Request for Comments: In addition to general comments on the 
SOCPC's recommendations, OMB welcomes comments specifically addressing: 
(1) The SOC Classification Principles and SOC Coding Guidelines 
recommended by the SOCPC (Appendix A); (2) their recommended changes to 
titles and codes of occupations from the 2000 SOC (Appendix B); (3) the 
SOCPC's recommended changes to the hierarchical structure of the SOC, 
including changes to major, minor, broad, and detailed occupation 
groups (Appendix C); and (4) the titles, placement, and codes of new 
occupations that the SOCPC is recommending be added in the revised 2010 
SOC (Appendix C). All comments submitted in response to this notice may 
be made available to the public, including by posting them on OMB's Web 
site. For this reason, please do not include in your comments 
information of a confidential nature, such as sensitive personal 
information or proprietary information.
    Electronic Availability: This document is available on the Internet 
from the Bureau of Labor Statistics at http://www.bls.gov/soc/home.htm. 
This Web page contains links to previous SOC Federal Register notices, 
and related documents, as well as the full SOCPC recommended 2010 SOC 
structure. To obtain this notice via e-mail, please send a message 
requesting the SOCPC recommendations Federal Register notice to 
soc@bls.gov.

DATES: To ensure consideration, all comments must be in writing and 
received on or before July 21, 2008.

ADDRESSES: Comments may be sent to: Katherine K. Wallman, Chief 
Statistician, Office of Management and Budget, 10201 New Executive 
Office Building, Washington, DC 20503, telephone number: (202) 395-
3093, fax number: (202) 395-7245 or e-mailed to OMB at soc@omb.eop.gov 
with the subject 2010 SOC. Comments may also be sent via http://
www.regulations.gov--a Federal E-Government Web site that allows the 
public to find, review, and submit comments on documents that agencies 
have published in the Federal Register and that are open for comment. 
Simply type ``2010 SOC'' (in quotes) in the Comment or Submission 
search box, click Go, and follow the instructions for submitting 
comments. Comments received with subject 2010 SOC by the date specified 
above will be included as part of the official record. Because of 
delays in the receipt of regular mail related to security screening, 
respondents are encouraged to use electronic communications.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Paul Bugg, Office of Information and 
Regulatory Affairs, OMB, 10201 New Executive Office Building, 725 17th 
Street, NW., Washington, DC 20503; e-mail: pbugg@omb.eop.gov; telephone 
number: (202) 395-3095; fax number: (202) 395-7245.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: 

History of the 2000 SOC Revision

    The 2000 Standard Occupational Classification (SOC), which replaced 
the 1980 SOC, was developed in response to a growing need for a 
universal occupational classification system. Such a classification 
system allows government agencies and private industry to produce 
comparable data. Users of occupational data include government program 
managers, industrial and labor relations practitioners, job seekers, 
employers wishing to set salary scales or locate an establishment, 
academic and business researchers, and educational institutions--
including teachers, guidance counselors, and students exploring careers 
and identifying career education and training alternatives.
    In 1994, the Office of Management and Budget formed the SOC 
Revision Policy Committee (SOCRPC) with members from the Department of 
Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics and Employment and Training 
Administration, the Department of Commerce's Census Bureau, the 
Department of Defense's Defense Manpower Data Center, the National 
Science Foundation, the National Occupational Information Coordinating 
Committee, the Office of Personnel Management, and the Office of 
Management and Budget , as well as participants from the Departments of 
Agriculture, Health and Human Services, and Transportation, and the 
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. The 2000 SOC is the result of 
a cooperative effort by the major Federal agencies that use 
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usefulness of occupational information collected by the Federal 
Government and is the result of four years of research by the SOCRPC 
and work groups composed of members from more than fifteen government 
agencies.
    The SOCRPC was charged with identifying the major statistical uses 
of occupational classifications and creating a classification system 
that reflected the current occupational structure in the United States. 
The SOCRPC used the Bureau of Labor Statistics' Occupational Employment 
Statistics (OES) classification system as the starting point for the 
new SOC framework.
    In carrying out this charge, OMB and the committee issued several 
Federal Register notices. Based on comments in response to these 
notices, the SOCRPC and OMB developed and published the 2000 Standard 
Occupational Classification Manual and established the Standard 
Occupational Classification Policy Committee (SOCPC) to monitor the 
implementation of the new SOC and carry out periodic revisions.

The 2010 SOC Revision

    In 2005, the Office of Management and Budget met with the Standard 
Occupational Classification Policy Committee (SOCPC) to plan for the 
2010 SOC revision. The SOCPC includes representatives from the 
Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics and Employment and 
Training Administration, the Department of Commerce's Census Bureau, 
the Department of Defense's Defense Manpower Data Center, the 
Department of Education, the Department of Health and Human Services, 
the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the National Science 
Foundation, the Office of Personnel Management, and, ex officio, the 
Office of Management and Budget.
    To initiate the formal 2010 SOC revision process, OMB and the SOCPC 
requested public comment in a May 16, 2006, Federal Register notice (71 
FR 28536) on: (1) The Standard Occupational Classification principles, 
(2) corrections to the 2000 SOC Manual, (3) the intention to retain the 
current SOC Major Group structure, (4) changes to the existing detailed 
occupations, and (5) new detailed occupations to be added to the 
revised 2010 SOC.
    To carry out the bulk of the revision effort, the committee created 
six work groups to examine occupations in the following major groups: 
Management, Professional, and Related Occupations (codes 11-29-0000); 
Service Occupations (codes 31-39-0000); Sales and Office Occupations 
(codes 41-43-0000); Natural Resources, Construction, and Maintenance 
Occupations (codes 45-49-0000); Production, Transportation, and 
Material Moving Occupations (codes 51-53-0000) and Military Specific 
Occupations (code 55-0000).
    The work groups were charged with reviewing comments received in 
response to the May 16, 2006, Federal Register notice and providing 
recommendations to the SOCPC. Guided by the classification principles, 
the SOCPC reviewed the recommendations from the workgroups and reached 
decisions by consensus. This Federal Register notice presents the final 
recommendations of the SOCPC to OMB for the 2010 SOC revision and 
requests public comment on those recommendations.

SOCPC Recommended Changes

    The SOCPC received and reviewed hundreds of comments in response to 
the May 16, 2006, Federal Register notice. The SOCPC has restructured 
the SOC Classification Principles by revising them and adding a new 
section on SOC Coding Guidelines in response to some of these comments; 
please see Appendix A for the results of these recommended changes 
together with an outline of their motivation. In response to other 
comments, the SOCPC created new occupations, revised occupational 
titles, and made changes to the structure and placement of individual 
occupations. Appendices B and C show these recommended revisions.
    In addition to general comments on the SOCPC's recommendations, OMB 
welcomes comments specifically addressing: (1) The SOC Classification 
Principles and SOC Coding Guidelines recommended by the SOCPC (Appendix 
A); (2) their recommended changes to titles and codes of occupations 
from the 2000 SOC (Appendix B); (3) the SOCPC's recommended changes to 
the hierarchical structure of the SOC, including changes to major, 
minor, broad, and detailed occupation groups (Appendix C); and (4) the 
titles, placement, and codes of new occupations that the SOCPC is 
recommending be added in the revised 2010 SOC (Appendix C).
    OMB, in consultation with the SOCPC, will consider comments in 
response to this notice in making its final decisions for the 2010 SOC 
revision and will publish its decisions in the Federal Register. The 
SOCPC will then finish preparing the 2010 Standard Occupational 
Classification Manual for publication, including finalizing 
occupational definitions, assigning associated job titles, and 
developing a crosswalk to the 2000 SOC.

Susan E. Dudley,
Administrator, Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs.

Appendix A: Classification Principles and Coding Guidelines

    In reviewing comments on the 2000 SOC Classification Principles, 
members of the SOCPC noted that some of the principles were actually 
guidelines intended to assist data coders and users in consistently 
assigning SOC codes and titles to survey responses and in other 
coding activities. Consequently, the SOCPC recommends restructuring 
the SOC Classification Principles by revising them and extracting 
the guideline elements to form a new set of SOC Coding Guidelines. 
Aside from this restructuring, the substantive changes recommended 
by the SOCPC include the removal of credentials from the list of 
criteria in Principle 2 and the development of a new principle on 
collectability presented as Principle 8.
    The removal of credentials as a basis of classification was 
motivated by the instability in classification resulting from the 
difficulty of obtaining accurate, recent information on current 
credential requirements and certification status of incumbents as 
well as the lack of uniformity across the various State and local 
jurisdictions on the credentials they require. This variation in 
requirements and credential information prevents consistent 
occupational classification across data related to various 
jurisdictions, establishments, and occupations.
    The recommendation to include a collectability principle was 
motivated by the agencies' experience with the 2000 SOC in which 
they found that some of the 2000 SOC occupations either could not be 
collected consistently or, once collected, could not be reported 
because of potential disclosure of confidential statistical 
information. This inability to collect consistently or to publish 
certain occupations needlessly imposed collection burden on 
respondents, used Federal data collection resources inefficiently, 
and undermined the consistency and accuracy of occupational data.
    The SOCPC's recommended SOC Classification Principles and SOC 
Coding Guidelines are shown below.

SOC Classification Principles

    The SOC Classification Principles form the basis on which the 
SOC system is structured.
    1. The SOC Classification covers all occupations in which work 
is performed for pay or profit, including work performed in family-
operated enterprises by family members who are not directly 
compensated. It excludes occupations unique to volunteers. Each 
occupation is assigned to only one occupational category at the 
lowest level of the classification.
    2. Occupations are classified based on work performed and, in 
some cases, on the skills, education, and/or training needed to 
perform the work at a competent level.

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    3. Workers primarily engaged in planning and directing are 
classified in management occupations in Major Group 11-0000.
    4. Supervisors of workers in Major Groups 13-0000 through 29-
0000 usually have work experience and perform activities similar to 
those of the workers they supervise, and therefore are classified 
with the workers they supervise.
    5. Workers in Major Groups 33-0000 through 53-0000 whose primary 
duty is supervising are classified in the appropriate first-line 
supervisor/manager category because their work activities are 
distinct from those of the workers they supervise.
    6. Apprentices and trainees are classified with the occupations 
for which they are being trained, while helpers and aides are 
classified separately because they are not in training for the 
occupation they are helping.
    7. If an occupation is not included as a distinct detailed 
occupation in the structure, it is classified in an appropriate 
``All Other,'' or residual, occupation. ``All Other'' occupations 
are placed in the structure when it is determined that the detailed 
occupations comprising a broad occupation group do not account for 
all of the workers in the group. These occupations appear as the 
last occupation in the group with a code ending in ``9'' and are 
identified in their title by having ``All Other'' appear at the end.
    8. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and the U.S. Census 
Bureau are charged with collecting and reporting data on total U.S. 
employment across the full spectrum of SOC major groups. Thus, for a 
detailed occupation to be included in the SOC, either the Bureau of 
Labor Statistics or the Census Bureau must be able to collect and 
report data on that occupation.

SOC Coding Guidelines

    The SOC Coding Guidelines are intended to assist users in 
consistently assigning SOC codes and titles to survey responses and 
in other coding activities.
    1. A worker should be assigned to an SOC occupation code based 
on work performed.
    2. When workers in a single job could be coded in more than one 
occupation, they should be coded in the occupation that requires the 
highest level of skill. If there is no measurable difference in 
skill requirements, workers should be coded in the occupation in 
which they spend the most time. Workers whose job is to teach at 
different levels (e.g., elementary, middle, or secondary) should be 
coded in the occupation corresponding to the highest educational 
level they teach.
    3. Data collection and reporting agencies should assign workers 
to the most detailed occupation possible. Different agencies may use 
different levels of aggregation, depending on their ability to 
collect data. For more information on data produced using the SOC, 
see the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) section. [Please note: 
FAQs will be included in the published manual but are not included 
in this notice.]
    4. Workers who perform activities not described in any distinct 
detailed occupation in the SOC structure should be coded in an 
appropriate ``All Other'' or residual occupation. These residual 
occupational categories appear as the last occupation in a group 
with a code ending in ``9'' and are identified by having the words 
``All Other'' appear at the end of the title.
    5. Workers in Major Groups 33-0000 through 53-0000 who spend 80 
percent or more of their time performing supervisory activities are 
coded in the appropriate first-line supervisor/manager category in 
the SOC. In these same Major Groups (33-0000 through 53-0000), 
persons with supervisory duties who spend less than 80 percent of 
their time supervising are coded with the workers they supervise.
    6. Licensed and non-licensed workers performing the same work 
should be coded together in the same detailed occupation, except 
where specified otherwise in the SOC definition.

How to Read Appendix B and Appendix C

    Appendix B is a table listing in the first column every detailed 
occupation from the 2000 SOC that has been revised (including 
changes to only the code or title) or replaced, with the 
corresponding recommended 2010 code(s) and title(s) appearing in the 
second column. An asterisk (*) after the occupation code and title 
in the second column means that the occupation in the first column 
only makes up part of the occupation in the second column; that is, 
the starred 2010 SOC occupation has been created from multiple 2000 
SOC codes. Each occupation with the (*) notation appears multiple 
times in the table.
    A new occupation may have been created by breaking out a group 
of workers previously classified in a 2000 SOC occupation, but the 
new occupation does not replace the 2000 SOC occupation. In this 
case, the 2000 occupation will indicate in italics which group or 
groups have been removed to create a new occupation.
    Appendix C is a table listing in the first column every new or 
revised (including changes to only the code or title) detailed 
occupation that the SOCPC is recommending for the 2010 SOC. The 
corresponding 2000 SOC code(s) and title(s) appear in the second 
column. An asterisk (*) after the occupation code and title in the 
second column means that the occupation in the first column makes up 
only part of the occupation in the second column; that is, the 
starred 2000 SOC occupation has been divided into multiple new 
occupations. Each occupation with the (*) notation appears multiple 
times in the table.
    Where a detailed occupation has been added or removed, the major 
group, minor group, and broad occupation codes for that occupation 
are also listed.

Appendix B: 2000 SOC Related to 2010 SOC Recommended Structure Changes

------------------------------------------------------------------------
                2000 SOC                             2010 SOC
------------------------------------------------------------------------
11-0000 Management Occupations:
    11-2031 Public Relations Managers..  11-2031 Public Relations and
                                          Fundraising Managers.
11-3000 Operations Specialties
 Managers:
    11-3040 Human Resources Managers...  11-3120 Human Resources
                                          Managers.
                                         11-3110 Compensation and
                                          Benefits Managers.
                                         11-3130 Training and
                                          Development Managers.
    11-3049 Human Resources Managers,    11-3121 Human Resources
     All Other.                           Managers.
    11-3041 Compensation and Benefits    11-3111 Compensation and
     Managers.                            Benefits Managers.
    11-3042 Training and Development     11-3131 Training and
     Managers.                            Development Managers.
11-9000 Other Management Occupations:
    11-9010 Agricultural Managers......  11-9010 Farmers, Ranchers, and
                                          Other Agricultural Managers.
    11-9011 Farm, Ranch, and Other       11-9013 Farmers, Ranchers, and
     Agricultural Managers.               Other Agricultural Managers *.
    11-9012 Farmers and Ranchers.......  11-9013 Farmers, Ranchers, and
                                          Other Agricultural Managers *.
    11-9031 Education Administrators,    11-9031 Education
     Preschool and Child Care Center/     Administrators, Preschool and
     Program.                             Childcare Center/Program.
    11-9041 Engineering Managers.......  11-9041 Architectural and
                                          Engineering Managers.
    11-9061 Funeral Directors..........  11-9061 Funeral Service
                                          Managers Except morticians and
                                          undertakers.
                                         39-4031 Morticians,
                                          Undertakers, and Funeral
                                          Directors.
13-0000 Business and Financial
 Operations Occupations:
    13-1000 Business Operations
     Specialists.
    13-1021 Purchasing Agents and        13-1021 Buyers and Purchasing
     Buyers, Farm Products.               Agents, Farm Products.
13-1040 Compliance Officers, Except
 Agriculture, Construction, Health and
 Safety, and Transportation:
    13-1041 Compliance Officers, Except  13-1041 Compliance Officers.
     Agriculture, Construction, Health
     and Safety, and Transportation.

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13-1060 Emergency Management
 Specialists:
    13-1061 Emergency Management         11-9161 Emergency Management
     Specialists.                         Directors.
    13-1070 Human Resources, Training,   13-1070 Human Resources
     and Labor Relations Specialists.     Workers.
                                         13-1140 Compensation, Benefits,
                                          and Job Analysis Specialists.
                                         13-1150 Training and
                                          Development Specialists.
    13-1071 Employment, Recruitment,     13-1071 Human Resources
     and Placement Specialists.           Specialists.
    13-1072 Compensation, Benefits, and  13-1141 Compensation, Benefits,
     Job Analysis Specialists.            and Job Analysis Specialists.
    13-1073 Training and Development     13-1151 Training and
     Specialists.                         Development Specialists.
    13-1079 Human Resources, Training,   13-1079 Human Resources
     and Labor Relations Specialists,     Workers, All Other *.
     All Other.
    13-2070 Loan Counselors and          13-2070 Credit Counselors and
     Officers.                            Loan Officers.
    13-2071 Loan Counselors............  13-2071 Credit Counselors.
    13-2081 Tax Examiners, Collectors,   13-2081 Tax Examiners and
     and Revenue Agents.                  Collectors and Revenue Agents.
15-0000 Computer and Mathematical
 Science Occupations:
    15-1000 Computer Specialists.......  15-1100 Computer Occupations.
    15-1110 Computer and Information     15-1110 Computer and
     Scientists, Research.                Information Research
                                          Scientists.
    15-1011 Computer and Information     15-1111 Computer and
     Scientists, Research.                Information Research
                                          Scientists.
    15-1020 Computer Programmers.......  15-1120 Software and Web
                                          Developers and Computer
                                          Analysts.
    15-1021 Computer Programmers.......  15-1142 Applications Computer
                                          Programmers.
    15-1031 Computer Software            15-1122 Software Developers *.
     Engineers, Applications.
                                         15-1123 Web Developers *.
                                         15-1124 Information Security
                                          Analysts *.
    15-1032 Computer Software            15-1122 Software Developers *.
     Engineers, Systems Software.
    15-1041 Computer Support             15-1141 Computer Support
     Specialists.                         Specialists.
    15-1051 Computer Systems Analysts..  15-1121 Computer Systems
                                          Analysts.
    15-1061 Database Administrators....  15-1131 Database Administrators
                                          and Developers.
    15-1071 Network and Computer         15-1132 Network and Computer
     Systems Administrators.              Systems Administrators.
                                         15-1143 Computer Network and
                                          Systems Technicians *.
    15-1081 Network Systems and Data     15-1123 Web Developers *.
     Communications Analysts.
                                         15-1124 Information Security
                                          Analysts *.
                                         15-1143 Computer Network and
                                          Systems Technicians *.
                                         15-1144 Web Technicians.
    15-1090 Miscellaneous Computer       15-1190 Miscellaneous Computer
     Specialists.                         Occupations.
    15-1099 Computer Specialists, All    15-1199 Computer Occupations,
     Other.                               All Other.
    17-3000 Drafters, Engineering, and   17-3000 Drafters, Engineering
     Mapping Technicians.                 Technicians, and Mapping
                                          Technicians.
19-0000 Life, Physical, and Social
 Science Occupations:
19-3000 Social Scientists and Related
 Workers:
    19-3020 Market and Survey            19-3020 Survey Researchers.
     Researchers.
                                         13-1160 Market Research
                                          Analysts and Marketing
                                          Specialists.
    19-3021 Market Research Analysts...  13-1161 Market Research
                                          Analysts and Marketing
                                          Specialists.
    21-0000 Community and Social         21-0000 Community and Social
     Services Occupations.                Service Occupations.
    21-1012 Educational, Vocational,     21-1012 Educational, Guidance,
     and School Counselors.               School and Vocational
                                          Counselors.
    21-1022 Medical and Public Health    21-1022 Health Care Social
     Social Workers.                      Workers.
    21-1091 Health Educators...........  21-1091 Health Educators and
                                          Community Health Workers.
23-0000 Legal Occupations:
23-1000 Lawyers, Judges, and Related
 Workers:
    23-1010 Lawyers....................  23-1010 Lawyers and Judicial
                                          Law Clerks.
    23-2092 Law Clerks.................  23-1012 Judicial Law Clerks.
                                         23-2011 Paralegals and Legal
                                          Assistants.
25-0000 Education, Training, and
 Library Occupations:
    25-2000 Primary, Secondary, and      25-2000 Preschool, Primary,
     Special Education School Teachers.   Secondary, and Special
                                          Education School Teachers.
25-2020 Elementary and Middle School
 Teachers:
    25-2022 Middle School Teachers,      25-2022 Middle School Teachers,
     Except Special and Vocational        Except Special and Career/
     Education.                           Technical Education.
    25-2023 Vocational Education         25-2023 Career/Technical
     Teachers, Middle School.             Education Teachers, Middle
                                          School.
25-2030 Secondary School Teachers:
    25-2031 Secondary School Teachers,   25-2031 Secondary School
     Except Special and Vocational        Teachers, Except Special and
     Education.                           Career/Technical Education.
    25-2032 Vocational Education         25-2032 Career/Technical
     Teachers, Secondary School.          Education Teachers, Secondary
                                          School.
    25-2040 Special Education Teachers.  25-2050 Special Education
                                          Teachers.
    25-2041 Special Education Teachers,  25-2051 Special Education
     Preschool, Kindergarten, and         Teachers, Preschool.
     Elementary School.
                                         25-2052 Special Education
                                          Teachers, Kindergarten and
                                          Elementary School.
    25-2042 Special Education Teachers,  25-2053 Special Education
     Middle School.                       Teachers, Middle School.
    25-2043 Special Education Teachers,  25-2054 Special Education
     Secondary School.                    Teachers, Secondary School.
25-3000 Other Teachers and Instructors:
    25-3011 Adult Literacy, Remedial     25-3011 Adult Basic and
     Education, and GED Teachers and      Secondary Education and
     Instructors.                         Literacy Teachers and
                                          Instructors.
25-3090 Miscellaneous Teachers and
 Instructors:

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    25-3099 Teachers and Instructors,    25-3099 Teachers and
     All Other.                           Instructors, All Other Except
                                          all other special education
                                          teachers.
                                         25-2059 Special Education
                                          Teachers, All Other.
    25-9011 Audio-Visual Collections     25-9011 Audio-Visual and
     Specialists.                         Multimedia Collections
                                          Specialists .
    27-1014 Multi-Media Artists and      27-1014 Multimedia Artists and
     Animators.                           Animators.
29-0000 Healthcare Practitioner and
 Technical Occupations:
    29-1000 Health Diagnosing and
     Treating Practitioners.
    29-1111 Registered Nurses..........  29-1111 Registered Nurses
                                          Except nurse anesthetists,
                                          nurse practitioners, and nurse
                                          midwives.
                                         29-1141 Nurse Anesthetists.
                                         29-1151 Nurse Practitioners.
                                         29-1161 Nurse Midwives.
29-1120 Therapists:
    29-1121 Audiologists...............  29-1171 Audiologists.
    29-1129 Therapists, All Other......  29-1129 Therapists, All Other
                                          Except exercise physiologists.
                                         29-1128 Exercise Physiologists.
29-2000 Health Technologists and
 Technicians:
    29-2030 Diagnosing Related           29-2030 Diagnostic Related
     Technologists and Technicians.       Technologists and Technicians.
    29-2034 Radiologic Technologists     29-2034 Radiologic
     and Technicians.                     Technologists and Technicians
                                          Except magnetic resonance
                                          imaging technologists.
                                         29-2035 Magnetic Resonance
                                          Imaging Technologists.
    29-2050 Health Diagnosing and        29-2050 Health Practitioner
     Treating Practitioner Support        Support Technologists and
     Technicians.                         Technicians.
29-2090 Miscellaneous Health
 Technologists and Technicians:
    29-2099 Health Technologists and     29-2099 Health Technologists
     Technicians, All Other.              and Technicians, All Other
                                          Except ophthalmic medical
                                          technicians.
                                         29-2057 Ophthalmic Medical
                                          Technicians.
31-0000 Healthcare Support Occupations:
    31-2011 Occupational Therapist       31-2011 Occupational Therapy
     Assistants.                          Assistants.
    31-2012 Occupational Therapist       31-2012 Occupational Therapy
     Aides.                               Aides.
31-9000 Other Healthcare Support
 Occupations:
31-9090 Miscellaneous Healthcare
 Support Occupations:
    31-9099 Healthcare Support Workers,  31-9099 Healthcare Support
     All Other.                           Workers, All Other Except
                                          phlebotomists.
                                         31-9097 Phlebotomists.
33-0000 Protective Service Occupations:
    33-2011 Fire Fighters..............  33-2011 Firefighters.
33-9000 Other Protective Service
 Workers:
33-9090 Miscellaneous Protective
 Service Workers:
    33-9099 Protective Service Workers,  33-9099 Protective Service
     All Other.                           Workers, All Other Except
                                          transportation security
                                          screeners.
                                         33-9093 Transportation Security
                                          Screeners.
39-0000 Personal Care and Service
 Occupations:
    39-1012 Slot Key Persons...........  39-1012 Slot Supervisors.
    39-5010 Barbers and Cosmetologists.  39-5010 Barbers, Hairdressers,
                                          Hairstylists, and
                                          Cosmetologists.
    39-5094 Skin Care Specialists......  39-5094 Skincare Specialists.
    39-9011 Child Care Workers.........  39-9011 Childcare Workers.
41-0000 Sales and Related Occupations:
41-9000 Other Sales and Related
 Workers:
41-9090 Miscellaneous Sales and Related
 Workers:
    41-9099 Sales and Related Workers,   41-9099 Sales and Related
     All Other.                           Workers, All Other Except
                                          fundraisers.
                                         13-1131 Fundraisers.
43-0000 Office and Administrative
 Support Occupations:
    43-3021 Billing and Posting Clerks   43-3021 Billing and Posting
     and Machine Operators.               Clerks.
    43-6011 Executive Secretaries and    43-6011 Executive Secretaries
     Administrative Assistants.           and Executive Administrative
                                          Assistants.
    43-6014 Secretaries, Except Legal,   43-6014 Secretaries and
     Medical, and Executive.              Administrative Assistants,
                                          Except Legal, Medical, and
                                          Executive.
43-9000 Other Office and Administrative
 Support Workers:
43-9190 Miscellaneous Office and
 Administrative Support Workers:
    43-9199 Office and Administrative    43-9199 Office and
     Support Workers, All Other.          Administrative Support
                                          Workers, All Other Except all
                                          other financial clerks.
                                         43-3099 Financial Clerks, All
                                          Other.
45-0000 Farming, Fishing, and Forestry
 Occupations:
45-1010 First-Line Supervisors/Managers
 of Farming, Fishing, and Forestry
 Workers:
    45-1012 Farm Labor Contractors.....  13-1079 Human Resources
                                          Workers, All Other *.
                                         45-1011 First-Line Supervisors/
                                          Managers of Farming, Fishing,
                                          and Forestry Workers *.
49-0000 Installation, Maintenance, and
 Repair Occupations:
    49-2021 Radio Mechanics............  49-2021 Radio, Cellular and
                                          Tower Equipment, Installers
                                          and Repairers.
    49-3041 Farm Equipment Mechanics...  49-3041 Farm Equipment
                                          Mechanics and Service
                                          Technicians.
    49-3051 Motorboat Mechanics........  49-3051 Motorboat Mechanics and
                                          Service Technicians.

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49-9000 Other Installation,
 Maintenance, and Repair Occupations
49-9090 Miscellaneous Installation,
 Maintenance, and Repair Workers:
    49-9099 Installation, Maintenance,   49-9099 Installation,
     and Repair Workers, All Other.       Maintenance, and Repair
                                          Workers, All Other Except
                                          general maintenance and repair
                                          workers.
                                         49-9071 Maintenance and Repair
                                          Workers, General.
51-0000 Production Workers:
    51-4012 Numerical Tool and Process   51-4012 Computer Numerically
     Control Programmers.                 Controlled Machine Tool
                                          Programmers, Metal and
                                          Plastic.
    51-4050 Metal Furnace and Kiln       51-4050 Metal Furnace
     Operators and Tenders.               Operators, Tenders, Pourers,
                                          and Casters.
    51-4190 Miscellaneous Metalworkers   51-4190 Miscellaneous Metal
     and Plastic Workers.                 Workers and Plastic Workers.
    51-4192 Lay-Out Workers, Metal and   51-4192 Layout Workers, Metal
     Plastic.                             and Plastic.
51-5000 Printing Workers:
    51-5010 Bookbinders and Bindery      51-5110 Printing Workers *.
     Workers.
    51-5011 Bindery Workers............  51-5113 Print Finishing and
                                          Binding Workers *.
    51-5012 Bookbinders................  51-5113 Print Finishing and
                                          Binding Workers *.
    51-5020 Printers...................  51-5110 Printing Workers *.
    51-5021 Job Printers...............  51-5112 Printing Press
                                          Operators *.
                                         51-5113 Print Finishing and
                                          Binding Workers *.
    51-5022 Prepress Technicians and     51-5111 Prepress Technicians
     Workers.                             and Workers.
    51-5023 Printing Machine Operators.  51-5112 Printing Press
                                          Operators *.
    51-8031 Water and Liquid Waste       51-8031 Water and Wastewater
     Treatment Plant and System           Treatment Plant and System
     Operators.                           Operators.
51-9000 Other Production Occupations:
51-9130 Photographic Process Workers
 and Processing Machine Operators:
    51-9131 Photographic Process         51-9151 Photographic Process
     Workers.                             Workers and Processing Machine
                                          Operators *.
    51-9132 Photographic Processing      51-9151 Photographic Process
     Machine Operators.                   Workers and Processing Machine
                                          Operators *.
    51-9191 Cementing and Gluing         51-9191 Adhesive Bonding
     Machine Operators and Tenders.       Machine Operators and Tenders.
51-9190 Miscellaneous Production
 Workers:
    51-9199 Production Workers, All      51-9199 Production Workers, All
     Other.                               Other Except all other food
                                          processing workers.
                                         51-3099 Food Processing
                                          Workers, All Other.
    53-3022 Bus Drivers, School........  53-3022 Bus Drivers, School or
                                          Special Client.
    53-3033 Truck Drivers, Light or      53-3033 Drivers, Light Vehicle
     Delivery Services.                   or Delivery Services.
    53-7111 Shuttle Car Operators......  53-7111 Mine Shuttle Car
                                          Operators.
------------------------------------------------------------------------

Appendix C: 2010 SOC Recommended Structure Changes Related to 2000 SOC

------------------------------------------------------------------------
                2010 SOC                             2000 SOC
------------------------------------------------------------------------
11-0000 Management Occupations:
11-2030 Public Relations and
 Fundraising Managers:
    11-2031 Public Relations and         11-2031 Public Relations
     Fundraising Managers.                Managers.
11-3000 Operations Specialties
 Managers:
    11-3110 Compensation and Benefits    11-3040 Human Resources
     Managers.                            Managers*.
    11-3111 Compensation and Benefits    11-3041 Compensation and
     Managers.                            Benefits Managers.
    11-3120 Human Resources Managers...  11-3040 Human Resources
                                          Managers*.
    11-3121 Human Resources Managers...  11-3049 Human Resources
                                          Managers, All Other.
    11-3130 Training and Development     11-3040 Human Resources
     Managers.                            Managers *.
    11-3131 Training and Development     11-3042 Training and
     Managers.                            Development Managers.
11-9000 Other Management Occupations:
    11-9010 Farmers, Ranchers, and       11-9010 Agricultural Managers.
     Other Agricultural Managers.
    11-9013 Farmers, Ranchers, and       11-9011 Farm, Ranch, and Other
     Other Agricultural Managers.         Agricultural Managers.
                                         11-9012 Farmers and Ranchers.
    11-9031 Education Administrators,    11-9031 Education
     Preschool and Childcare Center/      Administrators, Preschool and
     Program.                             Child Care Center/Program.
11-9040 Architectural and Engineering
 Managers:
    11-9041 Architectural and            11-9041 Engineering Managers.
     Engineering Managers.
1-9060 Funeral Service Managers:
    11-9061 Funeral Service Managers     11-9061 Funeral Directors *.
     Except morticians, undertakers,
     and funeral directors.
    11-9160 Emergency Management
     Directors.
    11-9161 Emergency Management         13-1061 Emergency Management
     Directors.                           Specialists.
13-0000 Business and Financial
 Operations Occupations
13-1000 Business Operations
 Specialists:
    13-1021 Buyers and Purchasing        13-1021 Purchasing Agents and
     Agents, Farm Products.               Buyers, Farm Products.
    13-1040 Compliance Officers........

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    13-1041 Compliance Officers........  13-1041 Compliance Officers,
                                          Except Agriculture,
                                          Construction, Health and
                                          Safety, and Transportation.
    13-1070 Human Resources Workers....  13-1070 Human Resources,
                                          Training, and Labor Relations
                                          Specialists *.
    13-1071 Human Resources Specialists  13-1071 Employment,
                                          Recruitment, and Placement
                                          Specialists.
    13-1079 Human Resources Workers,     13-1079 Human Resources,
     All Other.                           Training, and Labor Relations
                                          Specialists, All Other.
                                         45-1012 Farm Labor Contractors
                                          *.
13-1130 Fundraisers:
    13-1131 Fundraisers................  41-9099 Sales and Related
                                          Workers, All Other *.
    13-1140 Compensation, Benefits, and  13-1070 Human Resources,
     Job Analysis Specialists.            Training, and Labor Relations
                                          Specialists *.
    13-1141 Compensation, Benefits, and  13-1072 Compensation, Benefits,
     Job Analysis Specialists.            and Job Analysis Specialists.
    13-1150 Training and Development     13-1070 Human Resources,
     Specialists.                         Training, and Labor Relations
                                          Specialists *.
    13-1151 Training and Development     13-1073 Training and
     Specialists.                         Development Specialists.
    13-1160 Market Research Analysts     19-3020 Market and Survey
     and Marketing Specialists.           Researchers *.
    13-1161 Market Research Analysts     19-3021 Market Research
     and Marketing Specialists.           Analysts.
    13-2070 Credit Counselors and Loan   13-2070 Loan Counselors and
     Officers.                            Officers.
    13-2071 Credit Counselors..........  13-2071 Loan Counselors.
13-2080 Tax Examiners, Collectors and
 Preparers, and Revenue Agents:
    13-2081 Tax Examiners and            13-2081 Tax Examiners,
     Collectors, and Revenue Agents.      Collectors and Revenue Agents.
    15-0000 Computer and Mathematical    15-0000 Computer and
     Occupations.                         Mathematical Science
                                          Occupations.
    15-1100 Computer Occupations.......  15-1000 Computer Specialists.
    15-1110 Computer and Information     15-1010 Computer and
     Research Scientists.                 Information Scientists,
                                          Research.
    15-1111 Computer and Information     15-1011 Computer and
     Research Scientists.                 Information Scientists,
                                          Research.
15-1120 Software and Web Developers and
 Computer Analysts:
    15-1121 Computer Systems Analysts..  15-1051 Computer Systems
                                          Analysts.
    15-1122 Software Developers........  15-1031 Computer Software
                                          Engineers, Applications *.
                                         15-1032 Computer Software
                                          Engineers, Systems Software.
    15-1123 Web Developers.............  15-1031 Computer Software
                                          Engineers, Applications *.
                                         15-1081 Network Systems and
                                          Data Communications Analysts
                                          *.
    15-1124 Information Security         15-1031 Computer Software
     Analysts.                            Engineers, Applications *.
                                         15-1081 Network Systems and
                                          Data Communications Analysts
                                          *.
    15-1129 Software and Web Developers  n/a new occupation.
     and Computer Analysts, All Other.
15-1130 Database Specialists and
 Systems Administrators:
    15-1131 Database Administrators and  15-1061 Database
     Developers.                          Administrators.
    15-1132 Network and Computer         15-1071 Network and Computer
     Systems Administrators.              Systems Administrators *.
15-1140 Computer Programmers, Support
 Specialists and Technicians:
    15-1141 Computer Support             15-1041 Computer Support
     Specialists.                         Specialists.
    15-1142 Computer Programmers.......  15-1021 Computer Programmers.
    15-1143 Computer Network and         15-1071 Network and Computer
     Systems Technicians.                 Systems Administrators *.
                                         15-1081 Network Systems and
                                          Data Communications Analysts
                                          *.
    15-1144 Web Technicians............  15-1081 Network Systems and
                                          Data Communications Analysts
                                          *.
15-1190 Miscellaneous Computer
 Occupations:
    15-1199 Computer Occupations, All    15-1099 Computer Specialists,
     Other.                               All Other.
    17-3000 Drafters, Engineering        17-3000 Drafters, Engineering,
     Technicians, and Mapping             and Mapping Technicians.
     Technicians.
19-0000 Life, Physical, and Social
 Science Occupations:
19-3000 Social Scientists and Related
 Workers:
    19-3020 Survey Researchers.........  19-3020 Market and Survey
                                          Researchers *.
    21-0000 Community and Social         21-0000 Community and Social
     Service Occupations.                 Services Occupations.
    21-1012 Educational, Guidance,       21-1012 Educational,
     School and Vocational Counselors.    Vocational, and School
                                          Counselors.
    21-1022 Health Care Social Workers.  21-1022 Medical and Public
                                          Health Social Workers.
    21-1091 Health Educators and         21-1091 Health Educators.
     Community Health Workers.
23-0000 Legal Occupations:
    23-1010 Lawyers and Judicial Law     23-1010 Lawyers.
     Clerks.
    23-1012 Judicial Law Clerks........  23-2092 Law Clerks *.
23-2000 Legal Support Workers:
    23-2011 Paralegals and Legal         23-2011 Paralegals and Legal
     Assistants.                          Assistants.
                                         23-2092 Law Clerks* Except
                                          judicial law clerks.
25-0000 Education, Training, and
 Library Occupations:
    25-2000 Preschool, Primary,          25-2000 Primary, Secondary, and
     Secondary, and Special Education     Special Education School
     School Teachers.                     Teachers.
    25-2022 Middle School Teachers,      25-2022 Middle School Teachers,
     Except Special and Career/           Except Special and Vocational
     Technical Education.                 Education.
    25-2023 Career/Technical Education   25-2023 Middle School
     Teachers, Middle School.             Vocational Education Teachers.
    25-2031 Secondary School Teachers,   25-2031 Secondary School
     Except Special and Career/           Teachers, Except Special and
     Technical Education.                 Vocational Education.

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    25-2032 Career/Technical Education   25-2032 Vocational Education
     Teachers, Secondary School.          Teachers, Secondary School.
    25-2050 Special Education Teachers.  25-2040 Special Education
                                          Teachers.
    25-2051 Special Education Teachers,  25-2041 Special Education
     Preschool.                           Teachers, Preschool,
                                          Kindergarten, and Elementary
                                          School *.
    25-2052 Special Education Teachers,  25-2041 Special Education
     Kindergarten and Elementary School.  Teachers, Preschool,
                                          Kindergarten, and Elementary
                                          School *.
    25-2053 Special Education Teachers,  25-2042 Special Education
     Middle School.                       Teachers, Middle School.
    25-2054 Special Education Teachers,  25-2043 Special Education
     Secondary School.                    Teachers, Secondary School.
    25-2059 Special Education Teachers,  25-3099 Teachers and
     All Other.                           Instructors, All Other *.
25-3000 Other Teachers and Instructors:
25-3010 Adult Basic and Secondary
 Education and Literacy Teachers and
 Instructors:
    25-3011 Adult Basic and Secondary    25-3011 Adult Literacy,
     Education and Literacy Teachers      Remedial Education, and GED
     and Instructors.                     Teachers and Instructors.
    25-3090 Miscellaneous Teachers and   25-3090 Miscellaneous Teachers
     Instructors Except special           and Instructors *.
     education teachers, All other.
    25-3099 Teachers and Instructors,    25-3099 Teachers and
     All Other Except special education   Instructors, All Other *.
     teachers, All other.
25-9000 Other Education, Training, and
 Library Occupations
25-9010 Audio-Visual and Multimedia
 Collections Specialists:
    25-9011 Audio-Visual and Multimedia  25-9011 Audio-Visual
     Collections Specialists.             Collections Specialists.
27-0000 Arts, Design, Entertainment,
 Sports, and Media Occupations:
    27-1014 Multimedia Artists and       27-1014 Multi-Media Artists and
     Animators.                           Animators.
29-0000 Healthcare Practitioner and
 Technical Occupations:
29-1000 Health Diagnosing and Treating
 Practitioners:
    29-1111 Registered Nurses Except     29-1111 Registered Nurses *.
     nurse anesthetists, nurse
     practitioners, and nurse midwives.
29-1120 Therapists:
    29-1128 Exercise Physiologists.....  29-1129 Therapists, All Other
                                          *.
    29-1129 Therapists, All Other        29-1129 Therapists, All Other
     Except exercise physiologists.       *.
29-1140 Nurse Anesthetists:
    29-1141 Nurse Anesthetists.........  29-1111 Registered Nurses *.
29-1150 Nurse Practitioners:
    29-1151 Nurse Practitioners........  29-1111 Registered Nurses *.
29-1160 Nurse Midwives:
    29-1161 Nurse Midwives.............  29-1111 Registered Nurses *.
29-1170 Audiologists:
    29-1171 Audiologists...............  29-1121 Audiologists.
    29-2000 Health Technologists and
     Technicians.
29-2030 Diagnostic Related
 Technologists and Technicians:
    29-2034 Radiologic Technologists     29-2034 Radiologic
     and Technicians Except magnetic      Technologists and Technicians
     resonance imaging technologists.     *.
    29-2035 Magnetic Resonance Imaging   29-2034 Radiologic
     Technologists.                       Technologists and Technicians
                                          *.
    29-2050 Health Practitioner Support  29-2050 Health Diagnosing and
     Technologists and Technicians.       Treating Practitioner Support
                                          Technicians.
    29-2057 Ophthalmic Medical           29-2099 Health Technologists
     Technicians.                         and Technicians, All Other *.
29-2090 Miscellaneous Health
 Technologists and Technicians:
    29-2099 Health Technologists and     29-2099 Health Technologists
     Technicians, All Other Except        and Technicians, All Other *.
     ophthalmic medical technicians.
31-0000 Healthcare Support Occupations:
    31-2000 Occupational Therapy and     31-2000 Occupational and
     Physical Therapist Assistants and    Physical Therapist Assistants
     Aides.                               and Aides.
    31-2010 Occupational Therapy         31-2010 Occupational Therapist
     Assistants and Aides.                Assistants and Aides.
    31-2011 Occupational Therapy         31-2011 Occupational Therapist
     Assistants.                          Assistants.
    31-2012 Occupational Therapy Aides.  31-2012 Occupational Therapist
                                          Aides.
    31-9000 Other Healthcare Support
     Occupations.
31-9090 Miscellaneous Healthcare
 Support Occupations:
    31-9097 Phlebotomists..............  31-9099 Healthcare Support
                                          Workers, All Other *.
    31-9099 Healthcare Support Workers,  31-9099 Healthcare Support
     All Other Except phlebotomists.      Workers, All Other *.
33-0000 Protective Service Occupations:
    33-2010 Firefighters...............  33-2010 Fire Fighters.
    33-2011 Firefighters...............  33-2011 Fire Fighters.
    33-9000 Other Protective Service
     Workers.
33-9090 Miscellaneous Protective
 Service Workers:
    33-9093 Transportation Security      33-9099 Protective Service
     Screeners.                           Workers, All Other *.
    33-9099 Protective Service Workers,  33-9099 Protective Service
     All Other Except transportation      Workers, All Other *.
     security screeners.
39-0000 Personal Care and Service
 Occupations:
    39-1012 Slot Supervisors...........  39-1012 Slot Key Persons.
    39-4000 Funeral Service Workers....
    39-4030 Morticians, Undertakers,
     and Funeral Directors.

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    39-4031 Morticians, Undertakers,     11-9061 Funeral Directors *
     and Funeral Directors.               Except funeral service
                                          managers.
    39-5000 Personal Appearance Workers
    39-5010 Barbers, Hairdressers,       39-5010 Barbers and
     Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists.    Cosmetologists.
    39-5094 Skincare Specialists.......  39-5094 Skin Care Specialists.
    39-9010 Childcare Workers..........  39-9010 Child Care Workers.
    39-9011 Childcare Workers..........  39-9011 Child Care Workers.
41-0000 Sales and Related Occupations:
    41-9000 Other Sales and Related
     Workers.
    41-9090 Miscellaneous Sales and
     Related Workers.
    41-9099 Sales and Related Workers,   41-9099 Sales and Related
     All Other Except Fundraisers.        Workers, All Other *.
43-0000 Office and Administrative
 Support Occupations
43-3000 Financial Clerks
43-3020 Billing and Posting Clerks
    43-3021 Billing and Posting Clerks.  43-3021 Billing and Posting
                                          Clerks and Machine Operators.
43-3090 Miscellaneous Financial Clerks:
    43-3099 Financial Clerks, All Other  43-9199 Office and
                                          Administrative Support
                                          Workers, All Other *.
    43-6011 Executive Secretaries and    43-6011 Executive Secretaries
     Executive Administrative             and Administrative Assistants.
     Assistants.
    43-6014 Secretaries and              43-6014 Secretaries, Except
     Administrative Assistants, Except    Legal, Medical, and Executive.
     Legal, Medical, and Executive.
43-9000 Other Office and Administrative
 Support Workers
43-9190 Miscellaneous Office and
 Administrative Support Workers:
    43-9199 Office and Administrative    43-9199 Office and
     Support Workers, All Other Except    Administrative Support
     financial clerks, all other.         Workers, All Other *.
49-0000 Installation, Maintenance, and
 Repair Occupations:
    49-2021 Radio, Cellular and Tower    49-2021 Radio Mechanics.
     Equipment, Installers and
     Repairers.
    49-3041 Farm Equipment Mechanics     49-3041 Farm Equipment
     and Service Technicians.             Mechanics.
    49-3051 Motorboat Mechanics and      49-3051 Motorboat Mechanics.
     Service Technicians.
49-9000 Other Installation,
 Maintenance, and Repair Occupations:
49-9070 Maintenance and Repair Workers,
 General:
    49-9071 Maintenance and Repair       49-9099 Installation,
     Workers, General.                    Maintenance, and Repair
                                          Workers, All Other *.
49-9090 Miscellaneous Installation,
 Maintenance, and Repair Workers:
    49-9099 Installation, Maintenance,   49-9099 Installation,
     and Repair Workers, All Other        Maintenance, and Repair
     Except maintenance and repair        Workers, All Other *.
     workers, general.
51-0000 Production Occupations:
51-3000 Food Processing Workers:
51-3090 Miscellaneous Food Processing
 Workers:
    51-3099 Food Processing Workers,     51-9199 Production Workers, All
     All Other.                           Other *.
    51-4012 Computer Numerically         51-4012 Numerical Tool and
     Controlled Machine Tool              Process Control Programmers.
     Programmers, Metal and Plastic.
    51-4050 Metal Furnace Operators,     51-4050 Metal Furnace and Kiln
     Tenders, Pourers, and Casters.       Operators and Tenders.
    51-4190 Miscellaneous Metal Workers  51-4190 Miscellaneous
     and Plastic Workers.                 Metalworkers and Plastic
                                          Workers.
    51-4192 Layout Workers, Metal and    51-4192 Lay-Out Workers, Metal
     Plastic.                             and Plastic.
51-5100 Printing Workers:
51-5110 Printing Workers:
    51-5111 Prepress Technicians and     51-5022 Prepress Technicians
     Workers.                             and Workers.
    51-5112 Printing Press Operators...  51-5021 Job Printers *.
                                         51-5023 Printing Machine
                                          Operators.
    51-5113 Print Finishing and Binding  51-5011 Bindery Workers.
     Workers.
                                         51-5012 Bookbinders.
                                         51-5021 Job Printers *.
51-8030 Water and Wastewater Treatment
 Plant and System Operators:
    51-8031 Water and Wastewater         51-8031 Water and Liquid Waste
     Treatment Plant and System           Treatment Plant and System
     Operators.                           Operators.
51-9000 Other Production Occupations:
    51-9150 Photographic Process         51-9130 Photographic Process
     Workers and Processing Machine       Workers and Processing Machine
     Operators.                           Operators.
    51-9151 Photographic Process         51-9131 Photographic Process
     Workers and Processing Machine       Workers.
     Operators.
                                         51-9132 Photographic Processing
                                          Machine Operators.
    51-9191 Adhesive Bonding Machine     51-9191 Cementing and Gluing
     Operators and Tenders.               Machine Operators and Tenders.
51-9190 Miscellaneous Production
 Workers:
    51-9199 Production Workers, All      51-9199 Production Workers, All
     Other Except food processing         Other *.
     workers, all other.
53-0000 Transportation and Material
 Moving Occupations:
    53-3000 Motor Vehicle Operators....
    53-3022 Bus Drivers, School or       53-3022 Bus Drivers, School.
     Special Client.
    53-3033 Drivers, Light Vehicle or    53-3033 Truck Drivers, Light or
     Delivery Services.                   Delivery Services.
    53-7110 Mine Shuttle Car Operators.

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    53-7111 Mine Shuttle Car Operators.  53-7111 Shuttle Car Operators .
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[FR Doc. E8-11447 Filed 5-21-08; 8:45 am]
BILLING CODE 3