Occupational Employment Statistics in Minnesota
Minnesota Department of Economic Security, Research & Statistical Services Office, 1989 - Labor supply
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1988 OES survey Administrative Support Workers Auditing Clerks average annual employment Bookkeeping Clerical & Administrative Clerical and Administrative Comparisons of Estimated Computer Programmer Distributing Workers Educational Services Electronic Data Processing Emergency Medical Technicians Employment Percent Employment EMPLOYMENT TOTAL ERROR Employments for Selected Engineering Technicians ESTABLISHMENTS OCCUPATION EMPLOYMENT Extractive Workers Government Helpers Housekeeping Cleaners JUNE 12 Largest Estimated Employments largest occupations Line Supervisors Management Support Workers Managers & Top Material Moving Equipment Material Recording Minnesota Moving Equipment Operators OCCUPATION EMPLOYMENT TOTAL occupational group OES questionnaire Office Clerks Office Machine Operators Paraprofessional Payroll and Timekeeping Percent Employment Percent PERCENT OF RELATIVE Processing Computer Professional REFERENCE DATE Related Occupations Related Workers RELATIVE ESTABLISHMENTS OCCUPATION Route Workers Sales & Related Sales and Related Salespersons Scientific & Related Selected Occupations Stock Clerks Supervisors & Manager/Supervisors Supervisors and Manager/Supervisors Table Teachers Technical Workers Technicians and Technologists Top Executives TOTAL ERROR REPORTING Tractor Trailer Truck Drivers Workers First Line