Occupational Outlook Handbook, 1994-1995

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DIANE Publishing, 1994 - 350 pages
A nationally recognized, best-selling reference work. An easy-to-use, comprehensive "encyclopedia" of today's occupations & tomorrow's hiring trends. Describes in detail some 250 occupations -- covering about 104 million jobs, or 85% of all jobs in the U.S. Each description discuses the nature of the work; working conditions; employment; training, other qualifications, & advancement; job outlook; earnings; related occupations; & sources of additional information. Revised every 2 years.
 

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Contents

Education Administrators
30
Employment Interviewers
32
Engineering Science and Data Processing Managers
34
Financial Managers
36
Funeral Directors
38
General Managers and Top Executives
40
Government Chief Executives and Legislators
42
Health Services Managers
44
Hotel Managers and Assistants
46
Industrial Production Managers
48
Inspectors and Compliance Officers Except Construction
49
Loan Officers and Counselors
53
Management Analysts and Consultants
54
Marketing Advertising and Public Relations Managers
56
Personnel Training and Labor Relations Specialists and Managers
59
Property and Real Estate Managers
62
Purchasers and Buyers
65
Restaurant and Food Service Managers
68
Retail Managers
70
Underwriters
73
Engineers
75
Aerospace Engineers
77
Chemical Engineers
78
Civil Engineers
79
Industrial Engineers
80
Metallurgical Ceramic and Materials Engineers
81
Mining Engineers
82
Petroleum Engineers
83
Architects
84
Landscape Architects
85
Surveyors
87
Occupations Actuaries
90
Computer Scientists and Systems Analysts
92
Mathematicians
94
Operations Research Analysts
96
Statisticians
98
Agricultural Scientists
100
Biological and Medical Scientists
102
Foresters and Conservation Scientists
104
Chemists
107
Geologists and Geophysicists
108
Meteorologists
110
Physicists and Astronomers
111
Lawyers and Judges
114
Social Scientists and Urban Planners
119
Economists and Marketing Research Analysts
121
Psychologists
124
Sociologists
126
Urban and Regional Planners
129
Human Services Workers
132
Recreation Workers
133
Social Workers
136
Protestant Ministers
138
Rabbis
139
Roman Catholic Priests
140
Adult Education Teachers
143
Archivists and Curators
144
College and University Faculty
147
Counselors
149
Librarians
151
School TeachersKindergarten Elementary and Secondary
153
Chiropractors
157
Dentists
158
Optometrists
160
Physicians
161
Podiatrists
163
Veterinarians
165
Dietitians and Nutritionists
167
Occupational Therapists
168
Pharmacists
169
Physical Therapists
171
Physician Assistants
173
Recreational Therapists
174
Registered Nurses
175
Respiratory Therapists
178
SpeechLanguage Pathologists and Audiologists
179
Public Relations Specialists
182
Radio and Television Announcers and Newscasters
184
Reporters and Correspondents
185
Writers and Editors
187
Designers
189
Photographers and Camera Operators
191
Visual Artists
194
Actors Directors and Producers
197
Dancers and Choreographers
198
Musicians
200
Occupations
202
Clinical Laboratory Technologists and Technicians
203
Dental Hygienists
205
Dispensing Opticians
206
EEG Technologists
208
Emergency Medical Technicians
209
Licensed Practical Nurses
211
Medical Record Technicians
212
Nuclear Medicine Technologists
213
Radiologic Technologists
214
Surgical Technologists
216
Aircraft Pilots
218
Air Traffic Controllers
220
Broadcast Technicians
222
Computer Programmers
224
Drafters
226
Engineering Technicians
228
Library Technicians
230
Paralegals
231
Science Technicians
233
Cashiers
235
Counter and Rental Clerks
236
Insurance Agents and Brokers
237
Manufacturers and Wholesale Sales Representatives
239
Real Estate Agents Brokers and Appraisers
241
Retail Sales Workers
244
Securities and Financial Services Sales Representatives
246
Information Clerks
264
Hotel and Motel Desk Clerks
266
Receptionists
267
Reservation and Transportation Ticket Agents and Travel Clerks
268
Mail Clerks and Messengers
269
Material Recording Scheduling Dispatching and Distributing Occupations
270
Dispatchers
272
Stock Clerks
273
Traffic Shipping and Receiving Clerks
274
Postal Clerks and Mail Carriers
275
Record Clerks
277
Billing Clerks
279
Bookkeeping Accounting and Auditing Clerks
280
File Clerks
281
Library Assistants and Bookmobile Drivers
282
Order Clerks
283
Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks
284
Personnel Clerks
285
Secretaries
286
Stenographers and Court Reporters
287
Teacher Aides
289
Telephone Operators
290
Typists Word Processors and Data Entry Keyers
292
Protective Service Occupations Correction Officers
295
Firefighting Occupations
297
Guards
299
Police Detectives and Special Agents
301
Chefs Cooks and Other Kitchen Workers
304
Food and Beverage Service Workers
306
Dental Assistants
309
Medical Assistants
310
Nursing Aides and Psychiatric Aides
311
Occupations Animal Caretakers Except Farm
314
Barbers and Cosmetologists
315
Preschool Workers
317
Flight Attendants
319
Gardeners and Groundskeepers
321
HomemakerHome Health Aides
322
Janitors and Cleaners and Cleaning Supervisors
324
Private Household Workers
325
and Related Occupations Farm Operators and Managers
327
Fishers Hunters and Trappers
329
Forestry and Logging Occupations
332
Aircraft Mechanics and Engine Specialists
335
Automotive Body Repairers
337
Automotive Mechanics
338
Diesel Mechanics
341
Electronic Equipment Repairers
343
Commercial and Industrial Electronic Equipment Repairers
345
Computer and Office Machine Repairers
346
Electronic Home Entertainment Equipment Repairers
347
Elevator Installers and Repairers
348
Farm Equipment Mechanics
349
General Maintenance Mechanics
351
Heating AirConditioning and Refrigeration Technicians
352
Home Appliance and Power Tool Repairers
354
Industrial Machinery Repairers
356
Line Installers and Cable Splicers
357
Millwrights
359
Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics
360
Motorcycle Boat and SmallEngine Mechanics
362
Musical Instrument Repairers and Tuners
364
Vending Machine Servicers and Repairers
366
Occupations Bricklayers and Stonemasons
368
Carpenters
369
Carpet Installers
371
Concrete Masons and Terrazzo Workers
372
Drywall Workers and Lathers
374
Electricians
375
Glaziers
377
Insulation Workers
379
Painters and Paperhangers
380
Plasterers
382
Plumbers and Pipefitters
383
Roofers
385
Roustabouts
386
Sheetmetal Workers
388
Structural and Reinforcing Ironworkers
389
Tilesetters
391
Production Occupations
393
BlueCollar Worker Supervisors
394
Butchers and Meat Poultry and Fish Cutters
396
Inspectors Testers and Graders
397
Metalworking and PlasticsWorking Occupations
399
Jewelers
400
Machinists and Tool Programmers
402
Metalworking and PlasticsWorking Machine Operators
404
Tool and Die Makers
406
Welders Cutters and Welding Machine Operators
408
Electric Power Generating Plant Operators and Power Distributors and Dispatchers
410
Stationary Engineers
411
Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant Operators
413
Prepress Workers
415
Printing Press Operators
417
Bindery Workers
419
Apparel Workers
421
Shoe and Leather Workers and Repairers
423
Textile Machinery Operators
424
Upholsterers
426
Woodworking Occupations
427
Dental Laboratory Technicians
429
Ophthalmic Laboratory Technicians
431
Painting and Coating Machine Operators
432
Photographic Process Workers
434
Occupations Busdrivers
436
Material Moving Equipment Operators
438
Rail Transportation Workers
440
Taxi Drivers and Chauffeurs
442
Truckdrivers
444
Water Transportation Occupations
447
Handlers Equipment Cleaners Helpers and Laborers
450
Job Opportunities in the Armed Forces
452

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Page vii - Results of earlier surveys of this area are also available from BLS regional offices, the Division of Compensation Data Analysis and Planning, or at the BLS Internet site. Material in this bulletin is in the public domain and, with appropriate credit, may be reproduced without permission. This information will be made available to sensory impaired individuals upon request. Voice phone: (202) 691-5200; Federal Relay Service: 1-800-877-8339.
Page 353 - International Association and the United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipefitting Industry of the United States and Canada.
Page 97 - Employment of those who repair computers is expected to grow much faster than the average for all occupations.
Page 260 - Employment of clerical supervisors and managers is expected to grow about as fast as the average for all occupations through the year 2005.
Page 379 - For information about training programs or other work opportunities in this trade, contact a local insulation contractor; a local of the International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers...
Page 362 - Employment of police, fire, and ambulance dispatchers is expected to grow more slowly than the average for all occupations.
Page 347 - Employment of computer and office machine repairers is expected to grow faster than the average for all occupations through the year 2005.
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Page 345 - Employment in nondefense industries is expected to grow about as fast as the average for all occupations, as business and industrial firms install more electronic equipment to boost productivity and improve product quality.
Page 195 - Employment of visual artists, overall, is expected to grow about as fast as the average for all occupations through the year 2005.

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