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Section 22 - OCCUPATIONS

1 - ADMINISTRATOR, MANAGER

  administrator   manager   funeral director

2 - TEACHER

  teacher   guidance counselor

3 - PROFESSIONAL

  accountant   computer programmer   computer systems analyst
  engineer   physician   clergy
  registered nurse   social worker   lawyer

4 - ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT, INCLUDING CLERICAL

  bookkeeper   clerk   computer assistant
  receptionist   secretary   typist

5 - SALES, RETAIL

  apparel salesperson   cashier   commodity salesperson
  door to door salesperson   motor vehicle salesperson

6 - SALES, BUSINESS GOODS AND SERVICES

  financial services   insurance salesperson
  manufacturing sales representative   mining sales representative
  real estate sales person   wholesale sales representative

7 - TECHNICIAN

  clinical laboratory technician   drafting electronic technician
  health technician   practical nurse

8 - PROTECTIVE SERVICE

  firefighter   police officer   private guard

9 - PRIVATE HOUSEHOLD SERVICE

  household worker   nanny

10 - OTHER SERVICE

  child care worker   orderly   maid/houseman
  cook   food preparer   janitor
  food counter/fountain worker   hairstylist   waiter/waitress

11 - MACHINE OPERATOR, ASSEMBLER, INSPECTOR

  assembler   inspector   machine operator

12 - TRANSPORTATION OPERATOR

  bus driver   tractor operator   truck driver

13 - HANDLER, HELPER, LABORER

  construction laborer   freight handler   packager
  material handler   stock handler

14 - MECHANIC, REPAIRER, PRECISION PRODUCTION

  automobile mechanic   machine repairer   machinist
  meat cutter   sheet metal worker   tailor

15 - CONSTRUCTION, MINING

  carpenter   electrician   mining worker
  painter   plumber

16 - FARMING

  farmer   farm worker

17 - FORESTRY, FISHING, GROUNDSKEEPING

  animal caretaker   fisher
  groundskeeper   forestry worker

18 - ARMED FORCES

  armed forces

Section 22 - WORK EXPERIENCE AND INCOME

CARD A

  • 0. Loss
  • 1. $0-$4,999
  • 2. $5,000-$9,999
  • 3. $10,000-$14,999
  • 4. $15,000-$19,999
  • 5. $20,000-$29,999
  • 6. $30,000-$39,999
  • 7. $40,000-$49,999
  • 8. $50,000-$69,999
  • 9. $70,000-$89,999
  • 10. $90,000-$119,999
  • 11. $120,000 and over

Section 22 - WORK EXPERIENCE AND INCOME

CARD B

  • 1. Less than $300
  • 2. $300-$399
  • 3. $400-$499
  • 4. $500-$599
  • 5. $600-$699
  • 6. $700-$799
  • 7. $800-$899
  • 8. $900-$999
  • 9. $1,000-$1,499
  • 10. $1,500 and over

Section 22 - WORK EXPERIENCE AND INCOME

CARD C

  • 0. Loss
  • 1. $0-$999
  • 2. $1,000-$1,999
  • 3. $2,000-$2,999
  • 4. $3,000-$3,999
  • 5. $4,000-$4,999
  • 6. $5,000-$9,999
  • 7. $10,000-$14,999
  • 8. $15,000-$19,999
  • 9. $20,000-$29,999
  • 10. $30,000-$39,999
  • 11. $40,000-$49,999
  • 12. $50,000 and over

 

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Last Modified Date: January 5, 2005