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Section 3 - OCCUPATIONS

1 - ADMINISTRATOR, MANAGER

     administrator     manager     funeral director

2 - TEACHER

     teacher     guidance counselor

3 - PROFESSIONAL

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

4 - ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT, INCLUDING CLERICAL

     bookkeeper     clerk     computer assistant
     receptionist     secretary

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 salesperson     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 (except private household)

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

11 - MACHINE or TRANSPORTATION OPERATOR, LABORER

     assembler     inspector     machine operator
     bus driver     tractor operator     truck driver
     construction laborer     freight handler     packager
   material handler    stock handler     taxi driver

12 - CONSTRUCTION WORKERS, MECHANICS

     automobile mechanic     machine repairer     machinist
     meat cutter     sheet metal worker     mining worker
     carpenter     electrician
     painter     plumber

13 - FARMING

     farmer     farm worker

14 - FORESTRY, FISHING, GROUNDSKEEPING

     animal caretaker     fisher
     groundskeeper     forestry worker

15 - ARMED FORCES

     armed forces

Section 3 - 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 3 - WORK EXPERIENCE AND INCOME

CARD B

1. Less than $500

2. $500-$699

3. $700-$999

4. $1,000-$1,299

5. $1,300-$1,699

6. $1,700 and over

 

Section 3 - 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

Go back to Section 3, Part A »

Go back to Section 3, Part B »

 

Last Modified Date: January 2, 2013