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Occupational Classification System Manual

Major Occupational Groups: A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | K
About the Occupational Classification System Manual
MOG A—Technical Occupations
Engineering And Related Technologists And Technicians
Exclude Electronic Repairers (E523).
Include workers with backgrounds in electrical or electronic theory, physical science, and mathematics which enable them to perform jobs above the routine operating or maintenance levels. Such occupations are engaged in constructing, repairing, testing, installing, modifying, operating, diagnosing, or even designing a variety of production or experimental types of complex electrical or electronic equipment and machinery under supervision of professional engineers or scientists. Include Research and Development Technicians, Telecommunications Technicians, etc.

Last modified: October 16, 2001