Maine occupational staffing patterns for selected nonmanufacturing industries, second quarter, 1981
Division of Economic Analysis and Research, 1983 - Business & Economics - 50 pages
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BANKING SIC 60
HOTELS ROOMING HOUSES CAMPS AND OTHER LODGING PLACES SIC 70
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1981 This industry 1981 This major Accounting Clerk Bookkeeper and/or Billing Machine and/or Hoist Operator and/or Labor Relations and/or Sales Representative and/or Timekeeping Clerk Bartender Helper Bookkeeping and/or Billing brokers Claim Examiner Cleaners Clerk Payroll and/or Coin Machine construction CONTRACTORS SIC 17 Craft and Kindred Electrical and/or Electronic Electronic Data engaged in providing Error the ment establishments primarily engaged group includes establishments includes establishments engaged includes establishments primarily industry category includes Janitors Kindred 40 Labor Relations 20 Laborers and Unskilled Maintenance Repairer major group includes ment Empl Occupatio Occupation TOTAL Office Clerical Workers Operatives and Semiskilled Order and/or Speciality Payroll and/or Timekeeping percent Personnel and/or Labor Porters relative error Relative Reporting Occupation Reporting Occupation Employ residual category Sales Associate sample SERVICES SIC Short Order and/or Skilled Craft Standard Industrial Classification Stockroom survey Systems Analyst TOTAL ALL OCCUPATIONS total employment Total Error Units Estimated Units Occupation Employ Unskilled Workers Warehouse Workers Sales Occupations