Maine occupational staffing patterns for wholesale and retail trade and selected transportation, communications, electric, gas, and sanitary services, second quarter 1985
Department of Labor, Bureau of Employment Security, Division of Economic Analysis and Research, 1988 - Business & Economics - 77 pages
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MOTOR FREIGHT TRANSPORTATION AND WAREHOUSING SIC 42
WATER TRANSPORTATION SIC 44
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Administrative Occupations Administrative Support Occupations Administrative Support Workers Auditing Clerks average annual wage Bookkeeping CATEGORIES for SIC CATHERWOOD LIBRARY Clerical and Administrative Clerks Billing Clerks General Office Delivery and Route Diesel Engine Emergency Medical Technicians Employers Percent EMPLOYMENT BY MAJOR Error the ment Frequently Reported Greatest Number including Delivery industry group includes Installers major industry group MAJOR OCCUPATIONAL CATEGORIES Managerial and Administrative Managers and Top Material Handling ment Empl Number of Workers Occupati Occupation Employment Employment Occupations First Line Occupations Most Frequently Office Clerks Paraprofessional Percent of Total Percent of Units PERCENTAGE OF EMPLOYMENT Processing Computer Production and Maintenance Related Workers relative error Reported by Employers Reporting the Occupation Route Workers SALARY EMPLOYMENT Sales and Related Salespersons Stockroom Storage Yard STORES SIC Supervisors and Manager/Supervisors Top Executives Total Error Total Occupation Employment total wages paid Tractor Trailer Truck Drivers Units Estimated Units Reporting Utilities Operations Managers wage per worker Workers Percent