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The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) produces the Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH) under the general guidance and direction of Kirk Mueller, Assistant Commissioner for Occupational Statistics and Employment Projections, and Michael Wolf, Division Chief of Occupational Employment Projections. Kathleen T. Green, Branch Chief of Outreach and Publications, and Francisco Velez, Jr., Branch Chief of Projections Research and Analysis, provided planning and day-to-day direction.

Staff responsible for research and preparation of material of the OOH included Domingo Angeles, Javier Colato, Nicholas Dezarn, Daniel Dorfman, Ryan Farrell, Sara Hylton, Lindsey Ice, Stanislava Ilic-Godfrey, Emily Krutsch, William Lawhorn, Christine Machovec, Steven Marcroft, Michael J. Rieley, Dustin Riles, Victoria Roderick, Emily Rolen, Patricia Tate, and Elka Torpey.

Editorial work was provided by staff in the Office of Publications: Richard Hernandez, Maureen S. Hicks, Lisa Huynh, John C. Roach, and Johnathon Yoe, under the supervision of Terry Schau, Branch Chief of the Monthly Labor Review, and Karen Ransom, Division Chief of Publishing Services. Data-processing and technical support were provided by Cal Hockemeyer, Alan Lacey, Curtisjames Miller, Eraj Mohiuddin, and William O'Brien under the supervision of Andrew O'Bar, Branch Chief of Methods, Systems, and Support. Technical and computer-programming support was provided by Robbin Galloway, Janiece Johnson, Jerie Refugia, Roopa Sengupta, and Connie Sielaff, all of the Office of Technology and Survey Processing, under the supervision of Thao Do, Branch Chief, and Don Lin, Division Chief of Enterprise Web Systems.

Most of the photographs used in the OOH are stock photographs; however, BLS 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 U.S. Department of Labor.

Suggested citation:

Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Acknowledgments,
at https://www.bls.gov/ooh/about/acknowledgements.htm (visited January 29, 2023).

Last Modified Date: Thursday, September 8, 2022