Occupational employment survey booklet of definitions: printing, publishing, and allied industries
U.S. Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Office of Employment and Unemployment Statistics, 1991 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 23 pages
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advertising ARTISTS billing machines category not classified classified separately CLERKS conveyor coordinate activities DATA PROCESSING Designers Directly supervise due to technological electronic emerging due employees engravers ETCHERS Exclude work leaders found in smaller HELPERS identify in Section important and require Include workers industry install LABORERS layout leaders who spend LINE SUPERVISORS LITHOGRAPHIC MACHINE OPERATORS MACHINE SETTERS machinery maintenance management functions MECHANICS merchandise metal numerically important occupations included office machines offset printing operate machines Operate or tend OPERATORS AND TENDERS Pantograph perform both supervisory personnel PHOTOENGRAVING photographic photographic processing PHOTOTYPESETTERS PRESS OPERATORS primary duty printing machines production programs records RELATED WORKERS require substantial training Safety Engineers SALES REPRESENTATIVES Scientists SETTERS AND SET-UP smaller establishments specific work duties supervise and coordinate supervision and report SUPERVISORS AND MANAGER/SUPERVISORS supervisory and management tasks similar TECHNICIANS AND TECHNOLOGISTS technological changes truck TYPESETTING Weighers word processing workers they supervise workers whose primary