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Standard Occupational Classification
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Crosswalks between the 2010 SOC and systems used by other Federal and international statistical agencies

NOTE:

The information on this page relates to the 2010 SOC; please see the 2018 SOC for information on the most recent version of the SOC.

  • Crosswalk from the 2000 SOC to the 2010 SOC (XLS)
    • Explanatory note on crosswalk from the 2000 SOC to the 2010 SOC (PDF)
  • Crosswalk from the 2010 Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) to the 2010 SOC
  • NEW Crosswalk between the 2008 International Standard Classification of Occupations to the 2010 SOC (XLS)
    • Process document for ISCO-08 to the 2010 SOC crosswalk (PDF)

 

Last Modified Date: August 30, 2012