Maine occupational staffing patterns for selected nonmanufacturing industries, second quarter 1987
Department of Labor, Bureau of Employment Security, Division of Economic Analysis and Research, 1988 - Business & Economics - 101 pages
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CONSTRUCTION OTHER THAN BUILDING CONSTRUCTION GENERAL
BANKING SIC 60
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165d FIGURE Administrative Support Occupations Administrative Support Workers Administrators Professional ANNUAL AVERAGE WAGE Auditing Clerks average annual wage Bookkeeping Clerical and Administrative Employers Percent Error the ment Frequently Reported Greatest Number group includes establishments Helpers Janitors and Cleaners Licensed Practical Nurses Line Supervisors Maids and Housekeeping Maintenance Repairers major group includes Management Support Workers Managerial and Administrative Managers and Administrators Managers and Top Material Handling Occupations Medical Receptionists ment Empl ment the Occupation Number of Workers Occupation Employment Employment Occupations Financial Managers Occupations First Line OCCUPATIONS Managerial Occupations Most Frequently Office Clerks paid to employees Paraprofessional percent annually Percent of Employ Percent of Total Processing Computer Receptionists and Information Related Occupations Relative Error Reported by Employers Reporting Occupation ment salary employment Sales and Related SERVICES SIC Supervisors and Manager/Supervisors Top Executives TOTAL ALL OCCUPATIONS Total Error Total Occupation Employment total wages paid Units Reporting Occupation wage and salary Workers Percent