The Bureau of Labor Statistics produced the Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH) under the general guidance and direction of Dixie Sommers, former Assistant Commissioner for Occupational Statistics and Employment Projections, and Kristina J. Bartsch, Chief, Division of Occupational Employment Projections, Office of Occupational Statistics and Employment Projections. Roger J. Moncarz and Teresa L. Morisi, Managers of Occupational Outlook Studies, provided planning and day-to-day direction.
Supervisors overseeing the research and preparation of material were Alissa Emmel, Henry T. Kasper, and T. Alan Lacey. Occupational analysts who contributed material were Domingo Angeles, Lauren Csorny, Christopher Harper, Stanislava Ilic-Godfrey, Erin Lane, William Lawhorn, Sean Martin, Kevin M. McCarron, Emily Richards, Michael J. Rieley, Craig Stalzer, Megan Sweitzer, Patricia Tate, Colleen D. Teixeira Moffat, Jeffrey Wilkins, and Alan Zilberman. Elka Maria Torpey also contributed material to the OOH.
Editorial work was provided by Brian I. Baker, Edith S. Baker, Monica R. Gabor, Yavor Ivanchev, Lawrence H. Leith, Carol Boyd Leon, John C. Roach, Maureen Soyars, and James Titkemeyer, all of the Office of Publications and Special Studies, under the supervision of Leslie Brown Joyner and Terry L. Schau, Editorial Branch Chiefs, and Emily Liddel, Division Chief. Data-processing and technical support were provided by C. Brett Lockard, Brian Roberts, D. Terkanian, and Dalton B. Terrell, under the supervision of Michael Wolf. Technical and computer-programming support was provided by Kristyn Jeschelnik, Rahul Mootha, Jerie Refugia, Dinara Sagatova, Roopa Sengupta, Connie Sielaff, Reginald Simmons, and Jo-Ann Yu, all of the Office of Technology and Survey Processing, under the supervision of Amrit Kohli, Division Chief, Enterprise Web Systems.
The majority of photographs used in the OOH are stock photographs; however, the Bureau of Labor Statistics wishes to express its appreciation to the organizations that contributed photographs. Situations portrayed in the photographs may not be free of every possible safety or health hazard. The depiction of a company or trade name in no way constitutes endorsement by the Department of Labor.
Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2014-15 Edition, Acknowledgments,
on the Internet at http://www.bls.gov/ooh/about/acknowledgements.htm (visited April 17, 2014).
Publish Date: Wednesday, January 8, 2014