Labor Force Statistics including the National Unemployment Rate [ln]

Updated on DBnomics on December 4, 2022 (3:18 AM)

Absn [absn]
Activity [activity]
Ages [ages]
Born [born]
Cert [cert]
Chld [chld]
Class [class]
Disa [disa]
Duration [duration]
Education [education]
Entr [entr]
Expr [expr]
Hheader [hheader]
Hour [hour]
Indy [indy]
Jdes [jdes]
Lfst [lfst]
Look [look]
Mari [mari]
Mjhs [mjhs]
Occupation [occupation]
Orig [orig]
Pcts [pcts]
Periodicity [periodicity]
Race [race]
Rjnw [rjnw]
Rnlf [rnlf]
Rwns [rwns]
Seasonal [seasonal]
Seek [seek]
Sexs [sexs]
Tdat [tdat]
Vets [vets]
Wkst [wkst]

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Dimension codes and labels
[absn] Absn
  • [0] N/A
  • [2] Unpaid absence
  • [3] Absence Universe
  • [4] Lost-time Universe
[activity] Activity
  • [0] N/A
  • [3] Enrolled in School
  • [4] Enrolled in High School
  • [5] Enrolled in College
  • [6] Enrolled in College Full-time
  • [7] Enrolled in College Part-time
  • [8] Not Enrolled
[ages] Ages
  • [00] 16 years and over
  • [01] 14 years and over
  • [07] 16 to 17 years
  • [08] 16 to 19 years
  • [10] 16 to 24 years
  • [11] 16 to 64 years
  • [13] 18 to 19 years
  • [15] 18 years and over
  • [17] 20 years and over
  • [20] 20 to 24 years
  • [22] 20 to 64 years
  • [28] 25 years and over
  • [30] 25 to 29 years
  • [31] 25 to 34 years
  • [33] 25 to 54 years
  • [36] 30 to 34 years
  • [37] 35 to 39 years
  • [38] 35 to 44 years
  • [39] 40 to 44 years
  • [40] 45 years and over
  • [41] 45 to 49 years
  • [42] 45 to 54 years
  • [44] 50 to 54 years
  • [45] 55 years and over
  • [48] 55 to 59 years
  • [49] 55 to 64 years
  • [56] 60 to 61 years
  • [57] 60 to 64 years
  • [61] 62 to 64 years
  • [65] 65 years and over
  • [66] 65 to 69 years
  • [72] 70 years and over
  • [73] 70 to 74 years
  • [78] 75 years and over
  • [98] 18 to 24 years
[born] Born
  • [00] N/A
  • [01] Native born
  • [02] Foreign born
[cert] Cert
  • [00] N/A
  • [01] Without a certification or license
  • [02] With a certification or license
  • [03] With a certification, but no license
  • [04] With a license
[chld] Chld
  • [00] N/A
  • [01] With own children under 18
  • [02] With own children 6 to 17, none younger
  • [03] With own children under 6
  • [04] With own children under 3
  • [05] With no own children under 18
[class] Class
  • [00] N/A
  • [01] Wage and salary workers
  • [02] Private wage and salary workers
  • [03] Government wage and salary workers
  • [04] Federal wage and salary workers
  • [05] State wage and salary workers
  • [06] Local wage and salary workers
  • [08] Self-employed workers, unincorporated
  • [09] Unpaid family workers
  • [11] Nonagriculture government, self employed, and unpaid family worker (3, 8, and 9 above)
  • [12] Self-employed unincorporated, and unpaid family workers (8 and 9)
  • [14] Incorporated self-employed
  • [16] Wage and salary workers, excluding incorporated self employed
  • [17] Private wage and salary workers, excluding incorporated self employed
[disa] Disa
  • [00] N/A
  • [01] Not disabled
  • [02] Disabled person
[duration] Duration
  • [000] N/A
  • [006] Less than 5 weeks
  • [018] 15 weeks and over
  • [031] 27 weeks and over
  • [058] 52 weeks and over
  • [105] 99 weeks and over
  • [106] 5 to 10 weeks
  • [107] 5 to 14 weeks
  • [108] 11 to 14 weeks
  • [109] 15 to 26 weeks
  • [110] 27 to 51 weeks
[education] Education
  • [00] All educational levels
  • [11] Less than a High School diploma
  • [19] High School graduates, no college
  • [20] Some college or associate degree
  • [21] Some college, no degree
  • [25] Associate degree
  • [40] Bachelor's degree and higher
  • [41] Bachelor's degree only
  • [45] Advanced degree
[entr] Entr
  • [0] N/A
  • [1] Reentrants
  • [2] New entrants
[expr] Expr
  • [0] N/A
  • [1] Experienced
  • [2] No previous work experience
[hheader] Hheader
  • [00] N/A
  • [01] Family heads
[hour] Hour
  • [00] N/A
  • [01] 1 to 34 hours
  • [02] 1 to 4 hours
  • [06] 5 to 14 hours
  • [10] 15 to 29 hours
  • [14] 30 to 34 hours
  • [16] 35 hours and over
  • [17] 35 to 39 hours
  • [20] 40 hours
  • [21] 41 hours and over
  • [23] 41 to 48 hours
  • [27] 49 to 59 hours
  • [29] 60 hours and over
[indy] Indy
  • [0000] All Industries
  • [0168] Agriculture and related industries
  • [0169] Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and hunting
  • [0170] Crop production
  • [0180] Animal production and aquaculture
  • [0190] Forestry, except logging
  • [0270] Logging
  • [0280] Fishing, hunting, and trapping
  • [0290] Support activities for agriculture and forestry
  • [0368] Nonagriculture industries
  • [0369] Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction
  • [0370] Oil and gas extraction
  • [0380] Coal mining
  • [0390] Metal ore mining
  • [0470] Nonmetallic mineral mining and quarrying
  • [0480] Not specified type of mining
  • [0490] Support activities for mining
  • [0569] Utilities
  • [0570] Electric power generation, transmission, and distribution
  • [0580] Natural gas distribution
  • [0590] Electric and gas, and other combinations
  • [0670] Water, steam, air-conditioning, and irrigation systems
  • [0680] Sewage treatment facilities
  • [0690] Not specified utilities
  • [0770] Construction
  • [1068] Nondurable goods manufacturing
  • [1069] Food manufacturing
  • [1070] Animal food, grain, and oilseed milling
  • [1080] Sugar and confectionery products
  • [1090] Fruit and vegetable preserving and specialty food manufacturing
  • [1170] Dairy product manufacturing
  • [1180] Animal slaughtering and processing
  • [1190] Retail bakeries
  • [1270] Bakeries and tortilla manufacturing, except retail bakeries
  • [1280] Seafood and other miscellaneous foods, n.e.c.
  • [1290] Not specified food industries
  • [1369] Beverage and tobacco products
  • [1370] Beverage manufacturing
  • [1390] Tobacco manufacturing
  • [1469] Textiles, apparel, and leather
  • [1470] Fiber, yarn, and thread mills
  • [1480] Fabric mills, except knitting
  • [1490] Textile and fabric finishing and coating mills
  • [1570] Carpet and rug mills
  • [1590] Textile product mills, except carpets and rugs
  • [1670] Knitting mills
  • [1680] Cut and sew apparel manufacturing
  • [1690] Apparel accessories and other apparel manufacturing
  • [1691] Cut and sew, and apparel accessories and other apparel manufacturing
  • [1770] Footwear manufacturing
  • [1790] Leather tanning and products, except footwear manufacturing
  • [1869] Paper and printing
  • [1870] Pulp, paper, and paperboard mills
  • [1880] Paperboard container manufacturing
  • [1890] Miscellaneous paper and pulp products
  • [1990] Printing and related support activities
  • [2069] Petroleum and coal products
  • [2070] Petroleum refining
  • [2090] Miscellaneous petroleum and coal products
  • [2169] Chemicals
  • [2170] Resin, synthetic rubber and fibers, and filaments manufacturing
  • [2180] Agricultural chemical manufacturing
  • [2190] Pharmaceutical and medicine manufacturing
  • [2270] Paint, coating, and adhesive manufacturing
  • [2280] Soap, cleaning compound, and cosmetics manufacturing
  • [2290] Industrial and miscellaneous chemicals
  • [2369] Plastics and rubber products
  • [2370] Plastics product manufacturing
  • [2380] Tire manufacturing
  • [2390] Rubber product, except tire, manufacturing
  • [2467] Manufacturing
  • [2468] Durable goods manufacturing
  • [2469] Nonmetallic mineral products
  • [2470] Pottery, ceramics, and related product manufacturing
  • [2480] Clay building material and refractories manufacturing
  • [2490] Glass and glass product manufacturing
  • [2570] Cement, concrete, lime, and gypsum product manufacturing
  • [2590] Miscellaneous nonmetallic mineral product manufacturing
  • [2669] Primary metals and fabricated metal products
  • [2670] Iron and steel mills and steel product manufacturing
  • [2680] Aluminum production and processing
  • [2690] Nonferrous metal, except aluminum, production and processing
  • [2770] Foundries
  • [2780] Metal forgings and stampings
  • [2790] Cutlery and hand tool manufacturing
  • [2870] Structural metals and tank and shipping container manufacturing
  • [2880] Machine shops; turned product; screw, nut, and bolt manufacturing
  • [2890] Coating, engraving, heat treating and allied activities
  • [2970] Ordnance
  • [2980] Miscellaneous fabricated metal product manufacturing
  • [2990] Not specified metal industries
  • [3069] Machinery manufacturing
  • [3070] Agricultural implement manufacturing
  • [3080] Construction, mining, and oil field machinery manufacturing
  • [3095] Commercial and service industry machinery manufacturing
  • [3170] Metalworking machinery manufacturing
  • [3180] Engine, turbine, and power transmission equipment manufacturing
  • [3190] Machinery manufacturing, n.e.c.
  • [3290] Not specified machinery manufacturing
  • [3291] Machinery manufacturing, n.e.c. or not specified
  • [3359] Computers and electronic products
  • [3365] Computer and peripheral equipment manufacturing
  • [3370] Communications, audio, and video equipment manufacturing
  • [3380] Navigational, measuring, electromedical, and control instruments manufacturing
  • [3390] Electronic component and product manufacturing, n.e.c.
  • [3469] Electrical equipment and appliances
  • [3470] Household appliance manufacturing
  • [3490] Electrical lighting, equipment, and supplies manufacturing, n.e.c.
  • [3569] Transportation equipment
  • [3570] Motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment manufacturing
  • [3580] Aircraft and parts manufacturing
  • [3590] Aerospace product and parts manufacturing
  • [3670] Railroad rolling stock manufacturing
  • [3680] Ship and boat building
  • [3690] Other transportation equipment manufacturing
  • [3769] Wood products
  • [3770] Sawmills and wood preservation
  • [3780] Veneer, plywood, and engineered wood products
  • [3790] Prefabricated wood buildings and mobile homes
  • [3875] Miscellaneous wood products
  • [3895] Furniture and related product manufacturing
  • [3959] Miscellaneous manufacturing
  • [3960] Medical equipment and supplies manufacturing
  • [3970] Toys, amusement, and sporting goods manufacturing
  • [3980] Miscellaneous manufacturing, n.e.c.
  • [3990] Not specified manufacturing industries
  • [4067] Wholesale and retail trade
  • [4068] Wholesale trade
  • [4070] Motor vehicle and motor vehicle parts and supplies merchant wholesalers
  • [4080] Furniture and home furnishing, merchant wholesalers
  • [4090] Lumber and other construction materials, merchant wholesalers
  • [4170] Professional and commercial equipment and supplies, merchant wholesalers
  • [4180] Metals and minerals, except petroleum, merchant wholesalers
  • [4195] Household appliances and electrical and electronic goods merchant wholesalers
  • [4265] Hardware, plumbing and heating equipment, and supplies, merchant wholesalers
  • [4270] Machinery, equipment, and supplies, merchant wholesalers
  • [4280] Recyclable material, merchant wholesalers
  • [4290] Miscellaneous durable goods, merchant wholesalers
  • [4370] Paper and paper products, merchant wholesalers
  • [4380] Drugs, sundries, and chemical and allied products, merchant wholesalers
  • [4390] Apparel, piece goods, and notions merchant wholesalers
  • [4470] Grocery and related product merchant wholesalers
  • [4480] Farm product raw material merchant wholesalers
  • [4490] Petroleum and petroleum products, merchant wholesalers
  • [4560] Alcoholic beverages, merchant wholesalers
  • [4570] Farm supplies, merchant wholesalers
  • [4580] Miscellaneous nondurable goods, merchant wholesalers
  • [4585] Wholesale electronic markets, agents and brokers
  • [4590] Not specified wholesale trade
  • [4669] Retail trade
  • [4670] Automobile dealers
  • [4680] Other motor vehicle dealers
  • [4690] Automotive parts, accessories, and tire stores
  • [4770] Furniture and home furnishings stores
  • [4780] Household appliance stores
  • [4795] Electronics stores
  • [4870] Building material and supplies dealers
  • [4880] Hardware stores
  • [4890] Lawn and garden equipment and supplies stores
  • [4970] Grocery stores
  • [4971] Supermarkets and other grocery (except convenience) stores
  • [4972] Convenience stores
  • [4980] Specialty food stores
  • [4990] Beer, wine, and liquor stores
  • [5070] Pharmacies and drug stores
  • [5080] Health and personal care, except drug, stores
  • [5090] Gasoline stations
  • [5170] Clothing and accessories, except shoe, stores
  • [5180] Shoe stores
  • [5190] Jewelry, luggage, and leather goods stores
  • [5275] Sporting goods, and hobby and toy stores
  • [5280] Sewing, needlework, and piece goods stores
  • [5295] Musical instrument and supplies stores
  • [5370] Book stores and news dealers
  • [5381] Department stores
  • [5391] General merchandise stores, including warehouse clubs and supercenters
  • [5470] Florists
  • [5480] Office supplies and stationery stores
  • [5490] Used merchandise stores
  • [5570] Gift, novelty, and souvenir shops
  • [5580] Miscellaneous retail stores
  • [5590] Electronic shopping
  • [5591] Electronic auctions
  • [5592] Mail-order houses
  • [5593] Electronic shopping and mail-order houses
  • [5670] Vending machine operators
  • [5680] Fuel dealers
  • [5690] Other direct selling establishments
  • [5790] Not specified retail trade
  • [6068] Transportation and utilities
  • [6069] Transportation and warehousing
  • [6070] Air transportation
  • [6080] Rail transportation
  • [6090] Water transportation
  • [6170] Truck transportation
  • [6180] Bus service and urban transit
  • [6190] Taxi and limousine service
  • [6270] Pipeline transportation
  • [6280] Scenic and sightseeing transportation
  • [6290] Services incidental to transportation
  • [6370] Postal Service
  • [6380] Couriers and messengers
  • [6390] Warehousing and storage
  • [6468] Information
  • [6469] Publishing, except Internet
  • [6470] Newspaper publishers
  • [6480] Periodical, book, and directory publishers
  • [6490] Software publishers
  • [6569] Motion pictures and sound recording industries
  • [6570] Motion pictures and video industries
  • [6590] Sound recording industries
  • [6670] Broadcasting (except internet)
  • [6672] Internet publishing and broadcasting and web search portals
  • [6679] Telecommunications
  • [6680] Wired telecommunications carriers
  • [6690] Telecommunications, except wired telecommunications carriers
  • [6691] Internet service providers and data processing services
  • [6695] Data processing, hosting, and related services
  • [6769] Libraries, archives, and other information services
  • [6770] Libraries and archives
  • [6780] Other information services
  • [6867] Financial activities
  • [6868] Finance and insurance
  • [6869] Finance
  • [6870] Banking and related activities
  • [6880] Savings institutions, including credit unions
  • [6890] Nondepository credit and related activities
  • [6970] Securities, commodities, funds, trusts, and other financial investments
  • [6990] Insurance carriers and related activities
  • [6991] Insurance carriers
  • [6992] Agencies, brokerages, and other insurance related activities
  • [7069] Real estate and rental and leasing
  • [7070] Real estate
  • [7071] Lessors of real estate, and offices of real estate agents and brokers
  • [7072] Real estate property managers, offices of real estate appraisers, and other activities related to re
  • [7079] Rental and leasing services
  • [7080] Automotive equipment rental and leasing
  • [7170] Video tape and disk rental
  • [7180] Other consumer goods rental
  • [7181] Other consumer goods rental
  • [7190] Commercial, industrial, and other intangible assets rental and leasing
  • [7268] Professional and business services
  • [7269] Professional and technical services
  • [7270] Legal services
  • [7280] Accounting, tax preparation, bookkeeping, and payroll services
  • [7290] Architectural, engineering, and related services
  • [7370] Specialized design services
  • [7380] Computer systems design and related services
  • [7390] Management, scientific, and technical consulting services
  • [7460] Scientific research and development services
  • [7470] Advertising, public relations, and related services
  • [7480] Veterinary services
  • [7490] Other professional, scientific, and technical services
  • [7569] Management, administrative, and waste services
  • [7570] Management of companies and enterprises
  • [7579] Administrative and support services
  • [7580] Employment services
  • [7590] Business support services
  • [7670] Travel arrangement and reservation services
  • [7680] Investigation and security services
  • [7690] Services to buildings and dwellings
  • [7770] Landscaping services
  • [7780] Other administrative and other support services
  • [7790] Waste management and remediation services
  • [7858] Education and health services
  • [7859] Educational services
  • [7860] Elementary and secondary schools
  • [7870] Colleges, universities, and professional schools, including junior colleges
  • [7880] Business, technical, and trade schools and training
  • [7890] Other schools, instruction, and educational services
  • [7968] Health care and social assistance
  • [7969] Health service, except hospitals
  • [7970] Offices of physicians
  • [7980] Offices of dentists
  • [7990] Offices of chiropractors
  • [8070] Offices of optometrists
  • [8080] Offices of other health practitioners
  • [8090] Outpatient care centers
  • [8170] Home health care services
  • [8180] Other health care services
  • [8190] Hospitals
  • [8191] General medical and surgical hospitals, and specialty (except psychiatric and substance abuse) hospi
  • [8192] Psychiatric and substance abuse hospitals
  • [8270] Nursing care facilities (skilled nursing facilities)
  • [8290] Residential care facilities, except skilled nursing facilities
  • [8369] Social assistance
  • [8370] Individual and family services
  • [8380] Community food and housing, and emergency services
  • [8390] Vocational rehabilitation services
  • [8470] Child day care services
  • [8558] Leisure and hospitality
  • [8559] Arts, entertainment, and recreation
  • [8560] Performing arts, spectator sports, and related industries
  • [8561] Performing arts companies
  • [8562] Spectator sports
  • [8563] Promoters of performing arts, sports, and similar events, agents and managers for artists, athletes,
  • [8564] Independent artists, writers, and performers
  • [8570] Museums, art galleries, historical sites, and similar institutions
  • [8580] Bowling centers
  • [8590] Other amusement, gambling, and recreation industries
  • [8658] Accommodation and food services
  • [8659] Accommodation
  • [8660] Traveler accommodation
  • [8670] Recreational vehicle parks and camps, and rooming and boarding houses, dormitories, and workers' cam
  • [8679] Food services and drinking places
  • [8680] Restaurants and other food services
  • [8690] Drinking places, alcoholic beverages
  • [8767] Other services
  • [8768] Other services, except private households
  • [8769] Repair and maintenance
  • [8770] Automotive repair and maintenance
  • [8780] Car washes
  • [8790] Electronic and precision equipment repair and maintenance
  • [8870] Commercial and industrial machinery and equipment repair and maintenance
  • [8880] Personal and household goods repair and maintenance
  • [8890] Footwear and leather goods repair
  • [8891] Personal and household goods repair and maintenance
  • [8969] Personal and laundry services
  • [8970] Barber shops
  • [8980] Beauty salons
  • [8990] Nail salons and other personal care services
  • [9070] Dry cleaning and laundry services
  • [9080] Funeral homes, cemeteries, and crematories
  • [9090] Other personal services
  • [9159] Membership associations and organizations
  • [9160] Religious organizations
  • [9170] Civic, social, advocacy organizations, and grant making and giving services
  • [9180] Labor unions
  • [9190] Business, professional, political, and similar organizations
  • [9290] Other services, private households
  • [9369] Public administration
  • [9370] Executive offices and legislative bodies
  • [9380] Public finance activities
  • [9390] Other general government and support
  • [9470] Justice, public order, and safety activities
  • [9480] Administration of human resource programs
  • [9490] Administration of environmental quality and housing programs
  • [9570] Administration of economic programs and space research
  • [9590] National security and international affairs
  • [9600] Other industries
  • [9890] Armed Forces
[jdes] Jdes
  • [0] N/A
  • [1] Want a job now
  • [2] Don't want a job now
[lfst] Lfst
  • [00] Civilian noninstitutional population
  • [10] Civilian labor force
  • [13] Civilian labor force participation rate
  • [20] Employed
  • [22] Employed part time (by economic/noneconomic reason)
  • [23] Employment-population ratio
  • [24] Employed part time (involuntary)
  • [25] Employed full time (persons who usually work 35 hours or more)
  • [26] Employed part time (persons who usually work less than 35 hours)
  • [30] Unemployed
  • [31] Unemployed looking for full-time work
  • [32] Unemployed looking for part-time work
  • [33] Aggregated totals unemployed
  • [40] Unemployment rate
  • [41] Unemployment rate of the full-time labor force
  • [42] Unemployment rate of the part-time labor force
  • [50] Not in labor force
  • [60] Adjusted employment (CPS employment adjusted to CES concepts)
  • [70] Labor Force Flows Employed to Employed
  • [71] Labor Force Flows Unemployed to Employed
  • [72] Labor Force Flows Not in Labor Force to Employed
  • [73] Marginal Inflows to Employed
  • [74] Labor Force Flows Employed to Unemployed
  • [75] Labor Force Flows Unemployed to Unemployed
  • [76] Labor Force Flows Not in Labor Force to Unemployed
  • [77] Marginal Inflows to Unemployed
  • [78] Labor Force Flows Employed to Not in Labor Force
  • [79] Labor Force Flows Unemployed to Not in Labor Force
  • [80] Labor Force Flows Not in Labor Force to Not in Labor Force
  • [81] Marginal Inflows to Not in Labor Force
  • [82] Employed to other Marginal Outflows
  • [83] Unemployed to other Marginal Outflows
  • [84] Not in Labor Force to other Marginal Outflows
  • [93] CPS (Household Survey) response rate
[look] Look
  • [00] N/A
  • [01] Job losers and persons who completed temporary jobs
  • [02] Total on layoff
  • [05] All other job losers
  • [06] Quit job (job leavers)
  • [17] Temporary job completed (nonseasonal)
  • [41] Permanent job losers
[mari] Mari
  • [00] N/A
  • [01] Never married
  • [02] Married, spouse present
  • [05] Separated (including married, spouse absent)
  • [09] Widowed, divorced, and separated (including married, spouse absent)
[mjhs] Mjhs
  • [00] N/A
  • [01] Multiple job holders
  • [02] Multiple job holders, primary job full time, secondary job part time
  • [03] Multiple job holders, primary and secondary job both part time
  • [04] Multiple job holders, primary and secondary job both full time
  • [05] Multiple job holders, hours vary on primary or secondary job
[occupation] Occupation
  • [0000] All Occupations
  • [0007] Management, professional and related occupations
  • [0008] Management, business, and financial operations occupations
  • [0009] Management occupations
  • [0010] Chief executives
  • [0020] General and operations managers
  • [0030] Legislators
  • [0040] Advertising and promotions managers
  • [0050] Marketing and sales managers
  • [0051] Marketing managers
  • [0052] Sales managers
  • [0060] Public relations and fundraising managers
  • [0100] Administrative services managers
  • [0101] Administrative services managers
  • [0102] Facilities managers
  • [0110] Computer and information systems managers
  • [0120] Financial managers
  • [0135] Compensation and benefits managers
  • [0136] Human resources managers
  • [0137] Training and development managers
  • [0140] Industrial production managers
  • [0150] Purchasing managers
  • [0160] Transportation, storage, and distribution managers
  • [0205] Farmers, ranchers, and other agricultural managers
  • [0220] Construction managers
  • [0230] Education and childcare administrators
  • [0300] Architectural and engineering managers
  • [0310] Food service managers
  • [0325] Funeral home managers
  • [0335] Entertainment and recreation managers
  • [0340] Lodging managers
  • [0350] Medical and health services managers
  • [0360] Natural sciences managers
  • [0400] Postmasters and mail superintendents
  • [0410] Property, real estate, and community association managers
  • [0420] Social and community service managers
  • [0425] Emergency management directors
  • [0426] Personal service managers, all other
  • [0430] Managers, all other
  • [0440] Managers, all other
  • [0499] Business and financial operations occupations
  • [0500] Agents and business managers of artists, performers, and athletes
  • [0510] Buyers and purchasing agents, farm products
  • [0520] Wholesale and retail buyers, except farm products
  • [0530] Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products
  • [0540] Claims adjusters, appraisers, examiners, and investigators
  • [0565] Compliance officers
  • [0600] Cost estimators
  • [0630] Human resources workers
  • [0640] Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists
  • [0650] Training and development specialists
  • [0700] Logisticians
  • [0705] Project management specialists
  • [0710] Management analysts
  • [0725] Meeting, convention, and event planners
  • [0726] Fundraisers
  • [0735] Market research analysts and marketing specialists
  • [0740] Business operations specialists, all other
  • [0750] Business operations specialists, all other
  • [0800] Accountants and auditors
  • [0810] Property appraisers and assessors
  • [0820] Budget analysts
  • [0830] Credit analysts
  • [0840] Financial analysts
  • [0845] Financial and investment analysts
  • [0850] Personal financial advisors
  • [0860] Insurance underwriters
  • [0900] Financial examiners
  • [0910] Credit counselors and loan officers
  • [0930] Tax examiners and collectors, and revenue agents
  • [0940] Tax preparers
  • [0960] Other financial specialists
  • [0998] Professional and related occupations
  • [0999] Computer and mathematical occupations
  • [1005] Computer and information research scientists
  • [1006] Computer systems analysts
  • [1007] Information security analysts
  • [1010] Computer programmers
  • [1020] Software developers, applications and systems software
  • [1021] Software developers
  • [1022] Software quality assurance analysts and testers
  • [1030] Web developers
  • [1031] Web developers
  • [1032] Web or digital interface designers
  • [1050] Computer support specialists
  • [1065] Database administrators and architects
  • [1105] Network and computer systems administrators
  • [1106] Computer network architects
  • [1107] Computer occupations, all other
  • [1108] Computer occupations, all other
  • [1200] Actuaries
  • [1210] Mathematicians
  • [1220] Operations research analysts
  • [1230] Statisticians
  • [1240] Other mathematical science occupations
  • [1299] Architecture and engineering occupations
  • [1300] Architects, except naval
  • [1305] Architects, except landscape and naval
  • [1306] Landscape architects
  • [1310] Surveyors, cartographers, and photogrammetrists
  • [1320] Aerospace engineers
  • [1330] Agricultural engineers
  • [1340] Biomedical engineers
  • [1350] Chemical engineers
  • [1360] Civil engineers
  • [1400] Computer hardware engineers
  • [1410] Electrical and electronics engineers
  • [1420] Environmental engineers
  • [1430] Industrial engineers, including health and safety
  • [1440] Marine engineers and naval architects
  • [1450] Materials engineers
  • [1460] Mechanical engineers
  • [1500] Mining and geological engineers, including mining safety engineers
  • [1510] Nuclear engineers
  • [1520] Petroleum engineers
  • [1530] Engineers, all other
  • [1540] Drafters
  • [1541] Architectural and civil drafters
  • [1545] Other drafters
  • [1550] Engineering technicians, except drafters
  • [1551] Electrical and electronic engineering technologists and technicians
  • [1555] Other engineering technologists and technicians, except drafters
  • [1560] Surveying and mapping technicians
  • [1599] Life, physical, and social science occupations
  • [1600] Agricultural and food scientists
  • [1610] Biological scientists
  • [1640] Conservation scientists and foresters
  • [1650] Medical scientists
  • [1660] Life scientists, all other
  • [1700] Astronomers and physicists
  • [1710] Atmospheric and space scientists
  • [1720] Chemists and materials scientists
  • [1740] Environmental scientists and geoscientists
  • [1745] Environmental scientists and specialists, including health
  • [1750] Geoscientists and hydrologists, except geographers
  • [1760] Physical scientists, all other
  • [1800] Economists
  • [1815] Survey researchers
  • [1820] Psychologists
  • [1821] Clinical and counseling psychologists
  • [1822] School psychologists
  • [1825] Other psychologists
  • [1830] Sociologists
  • [1840] Urban and regional planners
  • [1860] Miscellaneous social scientists and related workers
  • [1900] Agricultural and food science technicians
  • [1910] Biological technicians
  • [1920] Chemical technicians
  • [1935] Geoscience and environmental science technicians
  • [1940] Nuclear technicians
  • [1950] Social science research assistants
  • [1965] Miscellaneous life, physical, and social science technicians
  • [1970] Other life, physical, and social science technicians
  • [1980] Occupational health and safety specialists and technicians
  • [1999] Community and social service occupations
  • [2000] Counselors
  • [2001] Substance abuse and behavioral disorder counselors
  • [2002] Educational, guidance, and career counselors and advisors
  • [2003] Marriage and family therapists
  • [2004] Mental health counselors
  • [2005] Rehabilitation counselors
  • [2006] Counselors, all other
  • [2010] Social workers
  • [2011] Child, family, and school social workers
  • [2012] Healthcare social workers
  • [2013] Mental health and substance abuse social workers
  • [2014] Social workers, all other
  • [2015] Probation officers and correctional treatment specialists
  • [2016] Social and human service assistants
  • [2025] Other community and social service specialists
  • [2040] Clergy
  • [2050] Directors, religious activities and education
  • [2060] Religious workers, all other
  • [2099] Legal occupations
  • [2100] Lawyers
  • [2105] Judicial law clerks
  • [2110] Judges, magistrates, and other judicial workers
  • [2145] Paralegals and legal assistants
  • [2160] Miscellaneous legal support workers
  • [2170] Title examiners, abstractors, and searchers
  • [2180] Legal support workers, all other
  • [2199] Education, training, and library occupations
  • [2200] Postsecondary teachers
  • [2205] Postsecondary teachers
  • [2300] Preschool and kindergarten teachers
  • [2310] Elementary and middle school teachers
  • [2320] Secondary school teachers
  • [2330] Special education teachers
  • [2340] Other teachers and instructors
  • [2350] Tutors
  • [2360] Other teachers and instructors
  • [2400] Archivists, curators, and museum technicians
  • [2435] Librarians and media collections specialists
  • [2440] Library technicians
  • [2545] Teacher assistants
  • [2550] Other education, training, and library workers
  • [2555] Other educational instruction and library workers
  • [2599] Arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations
  • [2600] Artists and related workers
  • [2630] Designers
  • [2631] Commercial and industrial designers
  • [2632] Fashion designers
  • [2633] Floral designers
  • [2634] Graphic designers
  • [2635] Interior designers
  • [2636] Merchandise displayers and window trimmers
  • [2640] Other designers
  • [2700] Actors
  • [2710] Producers and directors
  • [2720] Athletes, coaches, umpires, and related workers
  • [2721] Athletes and sports competitors
  • [2722] Coaches and scouts
  • [2723] Umpires, referees, and other sports officials
  • [2740] Dancers and choreographers
  • [2750] Musicians, singers, and related workers
  • [2751] Music directors and composers
  • [2752] Musicians and singers
  • [2755] Disc jockeys, except radio disc jockeys
  • [2760] Entertainers and performers, sports and related workers, all other
  • [2770] Entertainers and performers, sports and related workers, all other
  • [2800] Announcers
  • [2805] Broadcast announcers and radio disc jockeys
  • [2810] News analysts, reporters, and journalists
  • [2825] Public relations specialists
  • [2830] Editors
  • [2840] Technical writers
  • [2850] Writers and authors
  • [2860] Miscellaneous media and communication workers
  • [2861] Interpreters and translators
  • [2862] Court reporters and simultaneous captioners
  • [2865] Media and communication workers, all other
  • [2900] Broadcast and sound engineering technicians and radio operators
  • [2905] Broadcast, sound, and lighting technicians
  • [2910] Photographers
  • [2920] Television, video, and film camera operators and editors
  • [2960] Media and communication equipment workers, all other
  • [2970] Media and communication equipment workers, all other
  • [2999] Healthcare practitioners and technical occupations
  • [3000] Chiropractors
  • [3010] Dentists
  • [3030] Dietitians and nutritionists
  • [3040] Optometrists
  • [3050] Pharmacists
  • [3060] Physicians and surgeons
  • [3065] Emergency medicine physicians
  • [3070] Radiologists
  • [3090] Other physicians
  • [3100] Surgeons
  • [3110] Physician assistants
  • [3120] Podiatrists
  • [3140] Audiologists
  • [3150] Occupational therapists
  • [3160] Physical therapists
  • [3200] Radiation therapists
  • [3210] Recreational therapists
  • [3220] Respiratory therapists
  • [3230] Speech-language pathologists
  • [3235] Exercise physiologists
  • [3245] Therapists, all other
  • [3250] Veterinarians
  • [3255] Registered nurses
  • [3256] Nurse anesthetists
  • [3257] Nurse midwives
  • [3258] Nurse practitioners
  • [3260] Health diagnosing and treating practitioners, all other
  • [3261] Acupuncturists
  • [3270] Healthcare diagnosing or treating practitioners, all other
  • [3300] Clinical laboratory technologists and technicians
  • [3310] Dental hygienists
  • [3320] Diagnostic related technologists and technicians
  • [3321] Cardiovascular technologists and technicians
  • [3322] Diagnostic medical sonographers
  • [3323] Radiologic technologists and technicians
  • [3324] Magnetic resonance imaging technologists
  • [3330] Nuclear medicine technologists and medical dosimetrists
  • [3400] Emergency medical technicians and paramedics
  • [3401] Emergency medical technicians
  • [3402] Paramedics
  • [3420] Health practitioner support technologists and technicians
  • [3421] Pharmacy technicians
  • [3422] Psychiatric technicians
  • [3423] Surgical technologists
  • [3424] Veterinary technologists and technicians
  • [3430] Dietetic technicians and ophthalmic medical technicians
  • [3500] Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses
  • [3510] Medical records and health information technicians
  • [3515] Medical records specialists
  • [3520] Opticians, dispensing
  • [3540] Other healthcare practitioners and technical occupations
  • [3545] Miscellaneous health technologists and technicians
  • [3550] Other healthcare practitioners and technical occupations
  • [3597] Service occupations
  • [3598] Service occupations, except protective
  • [3599] Healthcare support occupations
  • [3600] Nursing, psychiatric, and home health aides
  • [3601] Home health aides
  • [3602] Personal care aides
  • [3603] Nursing assistants
  • [3605] Orderlies and psychiatric aides
  • [3610] Occupational therapy assistants and aides
  • [3620] Physical therapist assistants and aides
  • [3630] Massage therapists
  • [3640] Dental assistants
  • [3645] Medical assistants
  • [3646] Medical transcriptionists
  • [3647] Pharmacy aides
  • [3648] Veterinary assistants and laboratory animal caretakers
  • [3649] Phlebotomists
  • [3655] Other healthcare support workers
  • [3699] Protective service occupations
  • [3700] First-line supervisors of correctional officers
  • [3710] First-line supervisors of police and detectives
  • [3720] First-line supervisors of fire fighting and prevention workers
  • [3725] First-line supervisors of security workers
  • [3730] First-line supervisors of protective service workers, all other
  • [3735] First-line supervisors of protective service workers, all other
  • [3740] Firefighters
  • [3750] Fire inspectors
  • [3800] Bailiffs, correctional officers, and jailers
  • [3801] Bailiffs
  • [3802] Correctional officers and jailers
  • [3820] Detectives and criminal investigators
  • [3830] Fish and game wardens
  • [3840] Parking enforcement workers
  • [3850] Police and sheriff's patrol officers
  • [3860] Transit and railroad police
  • [3870] Police officers
  • [3900] Animal control workers
  • [3910] Private detectives and investigators
  • [3930] Security guards and gaming surveillance officers
  • [3940] Crossing guards and flaggers
  • [3945] Transportation security screeners
  • [3946] School bus monitors
  • [3955] Lifeguards and other recreational, and all other protective service workers
  • [3960] Other protective service workers
  • [3999] Food preparation and serving related occupations
  • [4000] Chefs and head cooks
  • [4010] First-line supervisors of food preparation and serving workers
  • [4020] Cooks
  • [4030] Food preparation workers
  • [4040] Bartenders
  • [4050] Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food
  • [4055] Fast food and counter workers
  • [4060] Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop
  • [4110] Waiters and waitresses
  • [4120] Food servers, nonrestaurant
  • [4130] Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers
  • [4140] Dishwashers
  • [4150] Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop
  • [4160] Food preparation and serving related workers, all other
  • [4199] Building and grounds cleaning and maintenance occupations
  • [4200] First-line supervisors of housekeeping and janitorial workers
  • [4210] First-line supervisors of landscaping, lawn service, and groundskeeping workers
  • [4220] Janitors and building cleaners
  • [4230] Maids and housekeeping cleaners
  • [4240] Pest control workers
  • [4250] Grounds maintenance workers
  • [4251] Landscaping and groundskeeping workers
  • [4252] Tree trimmers and pruners
  • [4255] Other grounds maintenance workers
  • [4299] Personal care and service occupations
  • [4300] First-line supervisors of gaming workers
  • [4320] First-line supervisors of personal service workers
  • [4330] Supervisors of personal care and service workers
  • [4340] Animal trainers
  • [4350] Animal caretakers
  • [4400] Gambling services workers
  • [4410] Motion picture projectionists
  • [4420] Ushers, lobby attendants, and ticket takers
  • [4430] Miscellaneous entertainment attendants and related workers
  • [4435] Other entertainment attendants and related workers
  • [4461] Embalmers, crematory operators and funeral attendants
  • [4465] Morticians, undertakers, and funeral arrangers
  • [4500] Barbers
  • [4510] Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists
  • [4520] Miscellaneous personal appearance workers
  • [4521] Manicurists and pedicurists
  • [4522] Skincare specialists
  • [4525] Other personal appearance workers
  • [4530] Baggage porters, bellhops, and concierges
  • [4540] Tour and travel guides
  • [4600] Childcare workers
  • [4620] Recreation and fitness workers
  • [4621] Exercise trainers and group fitness instructors
  • [4622] Recreation workers
  • [4640] Residential advisors
  • [4650] Personal care and service workers, all other
  • [4655] Personal care and service workers, all other
  • [4698] Sales and office occupations
  • [4699] Sales and related occupations
  • [4700] First-line supervisors of retail sales workers
  • [4710] First-line supervisors of non-retail sales workers
  • [4720] Cashiers
  • [4740] Counter and rental clerks
  • [4750] Parts salespersons
  • [4760] Retail salespersons
  • [4800] Advertising sales agents
  • [4810] Insurance sales agents
  • [4820] Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents
  • [4830] Travel agents
  • [4840] Sales representatives of services, except advertising, insurance, travel, and financial services
  • [4850] Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing
  • [4900] Models, demonstrators, and product promoters
  • [4920] Real estate brokers and sales agents
  • [4930] Sales engineers
  • [4940] Telemarketers
  • [4950] Door-to-door sales workers, news and street vendors, and related workers
  • [4965] Sales and related workers, all other
  • [4999] Office and administrative support occupations
  • [5000] First-line supervisors of office and administrative support workers
  • [5010] Switchboard operators, including answering service
  • [5020] Telephone operators
  • [5040] Communications equipment operators, all other
  • [5100] Bill and account collectors
  • [5110] Billing and posting clerks
  • [5120] Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks
  • [5130] Gambling cage workers
  • [5140] Payroll and timekeeping clerks
  • [5150] Procurement clerks
  • [5160] Tellers
  • [5165] Financial clerks, all other
  • [5200] Brokerage clerks
  • [5210] Correspondence clerks
  • [5220] Court, municipal, and license clerks
  • [5230] Credit authorizers, checkers, and clerks
  • [5240] Customer service representatives
  • [5250] Eligibility interviewers, government programs
  • [5260] File Clerks
  • [5300] Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks
  • [5310] Interviewers, except eligibility and loan
  • [5320] Library assistants, clerical
  • [5330] Loan interviewers and clerks
  • [5340] New accounts clerks
  • [5350] Order clerks
  • [5360] Human resources assistants, except payroll and timekeeping
  • [5400] Receptionists and information clerks
  • [5410] Reservation and transportation ticket agents and travel clerks
  • [5420] Information and record clerks, all other
  • [5500] Cargo and freight agents
  • [5510] Couriers and messengers
  • [5520] Dispatchers
  • [5521] Public safety telecommunicators
  • [5522] Dispatchers, except police, fire, and ambulance
  • [5530] Meter readers, utilities
  • [5540] Postal service clerks
  • [5550] Postal service mail carriers
  • [5560] Postal service mail sorters, processors, and processing machine operators
  • [5600] Production, planning, and expediting clerks
  • [5610] Shipping, receiving, and inventory clerks
  • [5630] Weighers, measurers, checkers, and samplers, recordkeeping
  • [5700] Secretaries and administrative assistants
  • [5710] Executive secretaries and executive administrative assistants
  • [5720] Legal secretaries and administrative assistants
  • [5730] Medical secretaries and administrative assistants
  • [5740] Secretaries and administrative assistants, except legal, medical, and executive
  • [5810] Data entry keyers
  • [5820] Word processors and typists
  • [5830] Desktop publishers
  • [5840] Insurance claims and policy processing clerks
  • [5850] Mail clerks and mail machine operators, except postal service
  • [5860] Office clerks, general
  • [5900] Office machine operators, except computer
  • [5910] Proofreaders and copy markers
  • [5920] Statistical assistants
  • [5940] Office and administrative support workers, all other
  • [5998] Natural resources, construction, and maintenance occupations
  • [5999] Farming, fishing, and forestry occupations
  • [6005] First-line supervisors of farming, fishing, and forestry workers
  • [6010] Agricultural inspectors
  • [6020] Animal breeders
  • [6040] Graders and sorters, agricultural products
  • [6050] Miscellaneous agricultural workers
  • [6100] Fishers and related fishing workers
  • [6110] Hunters and trappers
  • [6115] Fishing and hunting workers
  • [6120] Forest and conservation workers
  • [6130] Logging workers
  • [6199] Construction and extraction occupations
  • [6200] First-line supervisors of construction trades and extraction workers
  • [6210] Boilermakers
  • [6220] Brickmasons, blockmasons, and stonemasons
  • [6230] Carpenters
  • [6240] Carpet, floor, and tile installers and finishers
  • [6250] Cement masons, concrete finishers, and terrazzo workers
  • [6260] Construction laborers
  • [6300] Paving, surfacing, and tamping equipment operators
  • [6305] Construction equipment operators
  • [6310] Pile-driver operators
  • [6320] Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators
  • [6330] Drywall installers, ceiling tile installers, and tapers
  • [6355] Electricians
  • [6360] Glaziers
  • [6400] Insulation workers
  • [6410] Painters and paperhangers
  • [6420] Painters, construction and maintenance
  • [6430] Paperhangers
  • [6440] Pipelayers, plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters
  • [6441] Pipelayers
  • [6442] Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters
  • [6460] Plasterers and stucco masons
  • [6500] Reinforcing iron and rebar workers
  • [6515] Roofers
  • [6520] Sheet metal workers
  • [6530] Structural iron and steel workers
  • [6540] Solar photovoltaic installers
  • [6600] Helpers, construction trades
  • [6660] Construction and building inspectors
  • [6700] Elevator installers and repairers
  • [6710] Fence erectors
  • [6720] Hazardous materials removal workers
  • [6730] Highway maintenance workers
  • [6740] Rail-track laying and maintenance equipment operators
  • [6750] Septic tank servicers and sewer pipe cleaners
  • [6765] Miscellaneous construction and related workers
  • [6800] Derrick, rotary drill, and service unit operators, oil and gas
  • [6820] Earth drillers, except oil and gas
  • [6821] Excavating and loading machine and dragline operators, surface mining
  • [6825] Earth drillers, except oil and gas
  • [6835] Explosives workers, ordnance handling experts, and blasters
  • [6840] Mining machine operators
  • [6850] Underground mining machine operators
  • [6910] Roof bolters, mining
  • [6920] Roustabouts, oil and gas
  • [6930] Helpers?extraction workers
  • [6940] Other extraction workers
  • [6950] Other extraction workers
  • [6999] Installation, maintenance, and repair occupations
  • [7000] First-line supervisors of mechanics, installers, and repairers
  • [7010] Computer, automated teller, and office machine repairers
  • [7020] Radio and telecommunications equipment installers and repairers
  • [7030] Avionics technicians
  • [7040] Electric motor, power tool, and related repairers
  • [7050] Electrical and electronics installers and repairers, transportation equipment
  • [7100] Electrical and electronics repairers, industrial and utility
  • [7110] Electronic equipment installers and repairers, motor vehicles
  • [7120] Electronic home entertainment equipment installers and repairers
  • [7130] Security and fire alarm systems installers
  • [7140] Aircraft mechanics and service technicians
  • [7150] Automotive body and related repairers
  • [7160] Automotive glass installers and repairers
  • [7200] Automotive service technicians and mechanics
  • [7210] Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists
  • [7220] Heavy vehicle and mobile equipment service technicians and mechanics
  • [7240] Small engine mechanics
  • [7260] Miscellaneous vehicle and mobile equipment mechanics, installers, and repairers
  • [7300] Control and valve installers and repairers
  • [7315] Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers
  • [7320] Home appliance repairers
  • [7330] Industrial and refractory machinery mechanics
  • [7340] Industrial and refractory machinery mechanics
  • [7350] Maintenance workers, machinery
  • [7360] Millwrights
  • [7410] Electrical power-line installers and repairers
  • [7420] Telecommunications line installers and repairers
  • [7430] Precision instrument and equipment repairers
  • [7440] Wind turbine service technicians
  • [7510] Coin, vending, and amusement machine servicers and repairers
  • [7520] Commercial divers
  • [7540] Locksmiths and safe repairers
  • [7550] Manufactured building and mobile home installers
  • [7560] Riggers
  • [7600] Signal and track switch repairers
  • [7610] Helpers, installation, maintenance, and repair workers
  • [7630] Other installation, maintenance, and repair workers
  • [7640] Other installation, maintenance, and repair workers
  • [7698] Production, transportation, and material moving occupations
  • [7699] Production occupations
  • [7700] First-line supervisors of production and operating workers
  • [7710] Aircraft structure, surfaces, rigging, and systems assemblers
  • [7720] Electrical, electronics, and electromechanical assemblers
  • [7730] Engine and other machine assemblers
  • [7740] Structural metal fabricators and fitters
  • [7750] Other assemblers and fabricators
  • [7800] Bakers
  • [7810] Butchers and other meat, poultry, and fish processing workers
  • [7830] Food and tobacco roasting, baking, and drying machine operators and tenders
  • [7840] Food batchmakers
  • [7850] Food cooking machine operators and tenders
  • [7855] Food processing workers, all other
  • [7905] Computer numerically controlled tool programmers and operators
  • [7920] Extruding and drawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic
  • [7925] Forming machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic
  • [7930] Forging machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic
  • [7940] Rolling machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic
  • [7950] Cutting, punching, and press machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic
  • [7960] Drilling and boring machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic
  • [8000] Grinding, lapping, polishing, and buffing machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and pl
  • [8010] Lathe and turning machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic
  • [8020] Milling and planing machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic
  • [8025] Other machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic
  • [8030] Machinists
  • [8040] Metal furnace operators, tenders, pourers, and casters
  • [8060] Model makers and patternmakers, metal and plastic
  • [8100] Molders and molding machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic
  • [8120] Multiple machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic
  • [8130] Tool and die makers
  • [8140] Welding, soldering, and brazing workers
  • [8150] Heat treating equipment setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic
  • [8160] Layout workers, metal and plastic
  • [8200] Plating and coating machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic
  • [8210] Tool grinders, filers, and sharpeners
  • [8220] Metal workers and plastic workers, all other
  • [8225] Other metal workers and plastic workers
  • [8250] Prepress technicians and workers
  • [8255] Printing press operators
  • [8256] Print binding and finishing workers
  • [8300] Laundry and dry-cleaning workers
  • [8310] Pressers, textile, garment, and related materials
  • [8320] Sewing machine operators
  • [8330] Shoe and leather workers and repairers
  • [8335] Shoe and leather workers
  • [8340] Shoe machine operators and tenders
  • [8350] Tailors, dressmakers, and sewers
  • [8360] Textile bleaching and dyeing machine operators and tenders
  • [8365] Textile machine setters, operators, and tenders
  • [8400] Textile cutting machine setters, operators, and tenders
  • [8410] Textile knitting and weaving machine setters, operators, and tenders
  • [8420] Textile winding, twisting, and drawing out machine setters, operators, and tenders
  • [8430] Extruding and forming machine setters, operators, and tenders, synthetic and glass fibers
  • [8440] Fabric and apparel patternmakers
  • [8450] Upholsterers
  • [8460] Textile, apparel, and furnishings workers, all other
  • [8465] Other textile, apparel, and furnishings workers
  • [8500] Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters
  • [8510] Furniture finishers
  • [8520] Model makers and patternmakers, wood
  • [8530] Sawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, wood
  • [8540] Woodworking machine setters, operators, and tenders, except sawing
  • [8550] Woodworkers, all other
  • [8555] Other woodworkers
  • [8600] Power plant operators, distributors, and dispatchers
  • [8610] Stationary engineers and boiler operators
  • [8620] Water and wastewater treatment plant and system operators
  • [8630] Miscellaneous plant and system operators
  • [8640] Chemical processing machine setters, operators, and tenders
  • [8650] Crushing, grinding, polishing, mixing, and blending workers
  • [8710] Cutting workers
  • [8720] Extruding, forming, pressing, and compacting machine setters, operators, and tenders
  • [8730] Furnace, kiln, oven, drier, and kettle operators and tenders
  • [8740] Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers
  • [8750] Jewelers and precious stone and metal workers
  • [8760] Dental and ophthalmic laboratory technicians and medical appliance technicians
  • [8800] Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders
  • [8810] Painting workers
  • [8830] Photographic process workers and processing machine operators
  • [8840] Semiconductor processors
  • [8850] Adhesive bonding machine operators and tenders
  • [8860] Cleaning, washing, and metal pickling equipment operators and tenders
  • [8865] Other production equipment operators and tenders
  • [8900] Cooling and freezing equipment operators and tenders
  • [8910] Etchers and engravers
  • [8920] Molders, shapers, and casters, except metal and plastic
  • [8930] Paper goods machine setters, operators, and tenders
  • [8940] Tire builders
  • [8950] Helpers, production workers
  • [8965] Production workers, all other
  • [8990] Other production workers
  • [8999] Transportation and material moving occupations
  • [9005] Supervisors of transportation and material moving workers
  • [9030] Aircraft pilots and flight engineers
  • [9040] Air traffic controllers and airfield operations specialists
  • [9050] Flight attendants
  • [9110] Ambulance drivers and attendants, except emergency medical technicians
  • [9120] Bus drivers
  • [9121] Bus drivers, school
  • [9122] Bus drivers, transit and intercity
  • [9130] Driver/sales workers and truck drivers
  • [9140] Taxi drivers and chauffeurs
  • [9141] Shuttle drivers and chauffeurs
  • [9142] Taxi drivers
  • [9150] Motor vehicle operators, all other
  • [9200] Locomotive engineers and operators
  • [9210] Locomotive engineers and operators
  • [9230] Railroad brake, signal, and switch operators
  • [9240] Railroad conductors and yardmasters
  • [9260] Subway, streetcar, and other rail transportation workers
  • [9265] Other rail transportation workers
  • [9300] Sailors and marine oilers
  • [9310] Ship and boat captains and operators
  • [9330] Ship engineers
  • [9340] Bridge and lock tenders
  • [9350] Parking attendants
  • [9360] Automotive and watercraft service attendants
  • [9365] Transportation service attendants
  • [9410] Transportation inspectors
  • [9415] Passenger attendants
  • [9420] Other transportation workers
  • [9430] Other transportation workers
  • [9500] Conveyor operators and tenders
  • [9510] Crane and tower operators
  • [9520] Dredge, excavating, and loading machine operators
  • [9560] Hoist and winch operators
  • [9570] Conveyor, dredge, and hoist and winch operators
  • [9600] Industrial truck and tractor operators
  • [9610] Cleaners of vehicles and equipment
  • [9620] Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand
  • [9630] Machine feeders and offbearers
  • [9640] Packers and packagers, hand
  • [9645] Stockers and order fillers
  • [9650] Pumping station operators
  • [9720] Refuse and recyclable material collectors
  • [9730] Mine shuttle car operators
  • [9740] Tank car, truck, and ship loaders
  • [9750] Material moving workers, all other
  • [9760] Other material moving workers
[orig] Orig
  • [00] All Origins
  • [01] Hispanic or Latino
  • [02] Mexican
  • [06] Puerto Rican
  • [07] Cuban
  • [10] Non-Hispanic
  • [15] Central or South American
  • [20] Central American
  • [21] Salvadoran
  • [25] Other Central American (excludes Salvadoran)
  • [30] South American
  • [40] Other Hispanic or Latino
  • [41] Dominican
  • [45] Other Hispanic or Latino (excludes Dominican)
[pcts] Pcts
  • [00] N/A
  • [02] Percent of civilian noninstitutional population
  • [03] Percent of civilian labor force
  • [04] Percent of not in labor force
  • [05] Percent of employed within group
  • [06] Percent of total employed
  • [07] Percent of total unemployed
  • [08] Percent of unemployed within group
  • [11] Percent of total job seekers
  • [18] Percent of total job losers
  • [19] Percent of total job leavers
  • [20] Percent of total reentrants
  • [21] Percent of total new entrants
  • [26] Percent of at work in all nonagri industries
  • [27] Percent of at work in all agri industries
  • [33] Percent of employed by industry
  • [34] Percent of employed by occupation
  • [38] Percent of total at work
  • [39] Percent of job losers on layoff
  • [40] Percent of job losers for other reasons
  • [46] Unemployed and discouraged workers as a percent of the labor force and discouraged workers
  • [47] Unemployed and marginally attached workers as a percent of the labor force and marg attached
  • [48] Unemployed and mrg attached and pt for econ reas as percent of labor force plus marg attached
[periodicity] Periodicity
  • [A] Annual
  • [M] Monthly
  • [Q] Quarterly
[race] Race
  • [00] All Races
  • [01] White
  • [03] Black or African American
  • [04] Asian
  • [05] American Indian or Alaska Native
  • [06] Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
  • [07] Two or more races
  • [10] Asian Indian
  • [15] Chinese
  • [25] Filipino
  • [26] Japanese
  • [27] Korean
  • [28] Vietnamese
  • [30] Other Asian
[rjnw] Rjnw
  • [00] N/A
  • [01] Own illness, injury, or medical problems
  • [02] Vacation or personal days
  • [03] Weather affected job (bad weather)
  • [04] Labor dispute
  • [05] All reasons other than own illness, vacation, bad weather, or labor dispute
  • [06] All reasons other than own illness or vacation
  • [20] Own illness/injury, Child care problems, other personal obligations, maternity leave, or civic duty
  • [21] Child care problems, other personal obligation, maternity/paternity leave, or civic/military duty
  • [30] Childcare problems
  • [31] Other family or personal obligations
  • [32] Maternity or paternity leave
  • [33] School or training
  • [34] Civic or military duty
  • [35] Other reasons, not elsewhere classified
[rnlf] Rnlf
  • [00] N/A
  • [60] Did not search for work in previous year
  • [61] Searched for work in previous year - Total
  • [62] Searched for work in previous year - Not available to work now
  • [63] Searched for work in previous year - Available to work now (Marginally attached)
  • [64] Discouragement over job prospects (believes no job is available)
  • [65] Reasons other than discouragement - Total
  • [66] Reasons other than discouragement - Family responsibilities
  • [67] Reasons other than discouragement - In school or training
  • [68] Reasons other than discouragement - Ill health or disability
  • [69] Reasons other than discouragement - Other (child care, transportation problems, other reasons)
[rwns] Rwns
  • [00] N/A
  • [01] Economic reasons
  • [02] Slack work
  • [07] Could only find part time work
  • [10] Noneconomic reasons
  • [12] Holiday (legal or religious)
  • [13] Bad weather
  • [14] Illness
  • [15] Vacation
  • [30] Child-care problems
  • [31] In school or training
  • [32] Retired or social security limit on earnings
  • [33] Other family or personal obligations
  • [34] Health or medical limitations
  • [35] All other reasons (than 12-15 and 30-33)
  • [40] Seasonal work (economic reason)
  • [41] Job started or ended during the week (economic reason)
[seasonal] Seasonal
  • [S] Seasonally Adjusted
  • [U] Not Seasonally Adjusted
[seek] Seek
  • [00] N/A
  • [01] Job Seeker (Looking for work)
[sexs] Sexs
  • [0] Both Sexes
  • [1] Men
  • [2] Women
[tdat] Tdat
  • [00] Number in thousands
  • [01] Percent or rate
  • [02] Number of weeks
  • [03] Number of weeks
  • [04] Number in hours
  • [07] Median years
  • [08] Average number of methods used for seeking jobs
[vets] Vets
  • [00] N/A
  • [01] Veteran
  • [03] World War II or Korean War or Vietnam Era
  • [09] Gulf War Era
  • [12] Veterans who served in Gulf War Era 2 (whether or not they served in Era 1)
  • [13] Veterans who served in Gulf War Era 1 but not Gulf War Era 2
  • [16] Other Service Periods (may include peacetime)
  • [25] Nonveteran
[wkst] Wkst
  • [00] N/A
  • [01] At work
  • [02] At work part time
  • [03] At work part time, usually work full time
  • [04] At work part time, usually work part time
  • [05] At work on full time schedules (only use to distinguish >35 hrs)
  • [07] With a job not at work
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