Occupational Projections and Training Data, 1996
Contains information valuable to training officials, education planners, vocational and employment counselors, job seekers, and others seeking a comprehensive picture of specific occupations. 500 occupations can be compared on factors such as projected job openings, earnings, unemployment rate, and training requirements. Covers topics such as the development of new occupational and training categories, information about the industry-occupation matrix, developing measures of total separations, and more. Charts and tables.
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New Education and Training Categories
Selected Occupational Data 1994 and Projected 2005
Education and Training Statistics
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1994 Matrix Occupation administration age group Annual average job Associate degrees associate's degree Bachelor's degree clerks Codes for describing Cosmetologists CPS based data Current Population Survey dash indicates data degree Bachelor's degree describing the ranked detailed occupations engineers equipment operators estimate CPS based Information Coordinating Committee Long-term O-J-T Long-term machine operators machine setters managers master's degree Medical metal and plastic Moderate-term O-J-T Moderate-term Numbers in thousands O O O O-J-T Long-term O-J-T O-J-T Moderate-term O-J-T O-J-T Short-term O-J-T Occupational Information Coordinating openings due operators and tenders P.O. Box Phone Population Survey CPS Postsecondary vocational training precision profes proxy occupations Radiologic technologists ranked variables Rankings are based registered nurses related occupation related workers replacement needs sciences scientists service workers set-up operators setters and set-up teacher education technology/technician Unem VH Short-term O-J-T VH VL VL VL H L L VL L H VL VL Long-term O-J-T VL Moderate-term O-J-T VL VH VL