General Social Survey, 1980

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The General Social Surveys (GSS) have been conducted by the National Opinion Research Center annually since 1972, except for the years 1979, 1981, and 1992 (a supplement was added in 1992), and biennially beginning in 1994. The GSS are designed as part of a program of social indicator research, replicating questionnaire items and wording in order to facilitate time-trend studies. Items on religion in the 1980 GSS include religious preference, church attendance, beliefs about life after death, and attitudes toward organized religion. In addition, the 1980 GSS contains a module on voluntary organization membership, including a measure of membership in church-affiliated groups.

Data File
Cases: 1,468
Variables: 435
Weight Variable: FORMWT
Because of problems with the form randomization procedure used on the 1978, 1980, and 1982-1985 surveys, users should weight by FORMWT to adjust for incomplete randomization. In general, one should use FORMWT whenever analyzing form-related variables. This includes the following cases: 1) when comparisons are being made between experimental variables (e.g., COURTS and COURTSY in 1982); 2) when variables are being compared across years involving an experiment (e.g., EQWLTH which appears only on form 1 in 1978 with EQWLTH that appears on both forms in 1980, 1983, 1984, etc.); and 3) when a variable appears on one form only (e.g., the ISSP variables in 1985).
Data Collection
Date Collected: February, March, and April of 1980. One respondent was interviewed in January of 1980 and another respondent was interviewed in May of 1980.
Funded By
National Science Foundation, National Opinion Research Center (NORC)
Collection Procedures
Survey data were taken utilizing personal interviews.
Sampling Procedures
The 1980 GSS is a national probability sample. Full probability sampling was employed for all noninstitutionalized English-speaking persons 18 years of age or older, living in the United States.
Principal Investigators
James A. Davis
Tom W. Smith
Peter V. Marsden
GSS Sampling
"The national sample uses a variation of the stratified probability proportional to size (PPS) method. First, the nation is divided into clusters, called primary sampling units (PSUs). PSUs are based on counties; the total number of households in each county, as reported by the most recent census… Each metropolitan county is regarded as a PSU, as are many nonmetropolitan counties. Sparsely populated rural counties are merged into adjacent county units to obtain a minimum of 2,000 housing units.

Since NORC samples are based on 100 PSUs, the total number of housing units for a year is divided by 100 to yield a sampling interval. (Some PSUs have total numbers of housing units exceeding the sampling interval, making it impossible for them not to be included in a sample. See Tourangeau, Johnson, Qian, and Shin, 1993 for further discussion on how these PSUs are treated.) Each PSU is assigned a number range based on its total number of housing units. Then a random number is selected, and the first PSU selected is the one within whose range the random number falls. Additional PSUs were selected by adding the sample interval to the initial random number on a cumulative basis.

Once the 100 PSUs are selected, block segments consisting of linked groups of one or more geographically contiguous census blocs are also selected. Segment selections were made using PPS methods on the basis of the total number of housing units in the PPS relative to the national total." (Taken from, Stark and Roberts. 1998. "Contemporary Social Research Methods." Bellevue, WA: MicroCase Corporation.)
Citing the GSS
Davis, James Allan and Smith, Tom W. General social surveys, 1972-2008 [machine-readable data file]. Principal Investigator, James A. Davis; Director and Co-Principal Investigator, Tom W. Smith; Co-Principal Investigator, Peter V. Marsden; Sponsored by National Science Foundation. --NORC ed.-- Chicago: National Opinion Research Center [producer]; Storrs, CT: The Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, University of Connecticut [distributor], 2007.
Note 1: 1970 Occupation and Prestige Codes
Codes for use with variables OCC, PRESTIGE, SPOCC, SPPRES, PAOCC16, and PAPRES16:

OCC PRE PROFESSIONAL, TECHNICAL, AND KINDRED WORKERS
001 57 Accountants
002 71 Architects

Computer specialists
003 51 Computer programmers
004 51 Computer systems analysts
005 51 Computer specialists, n.e.c

Engineers
006 71 Aeronautical and astronautical engineers
010 67 Chemical engineers
011 68 Civil engineers
012 69 Electrical and electronic engineers
013 54 Industrial engineers
014 62 Mechanical engineers
015 56 Metallurgical and materials engineers
020 62 Mining engineers
021 67 Petroleum engineers
022 51 Sales engineers
023 67 Engineers, n.e.c

024 54 Farm management advisors
025 54 Foresters and conservationists
026 54 Home management advisers

Lawyers and judges
030 76 Judges
031 76 Lawyers

Librarians, archivists, and curators
032 55 Librarians
033 66 Archivists and curators

Mathematical specialists
034 55 Actuaries
035 65 Mathematicians
036 55 Statisticians

Life and physical scientists
042 56 Agricultural scientists
043 68 Atmospheric and space scientists
044 68 Biological scientists
045 69 Chemists
051 67 Geologists
052 68 Marine scientists
053 74 Physicists and astronomers
054 68 Life and physical scientist, n.e.c
055 51 Operations and systems researchers and analysts
056 56 Personnel and labor relations workers

Physicians, dentists, and related practitioners
061 60 Chiropractors
062 74 Dentists
063 62 Optometrists
064 61 Pharmacists
065 82 Physicians, including osteopaths
071 37 Podiatrists
072 60 Veterinarians
073 51 Health practitioners

Nurses, dieticians, and therapists
074 52 Dieticians
075 62 Registered nurses
076 37 Therapists

Health technologists and technicians
081 61 Dental hygienists
082 61 Health record technologists and technicians
083 61 Radiologic technologists and technicians
084 37 Therapy assistants
085 47 Health technologists and technicians, n.e.c

Religious workers
086 69 Clergymen
090 56 Religious workers, n.e.c

Social scientists
091 57 Economists
092 66 Political scientists
093 71 Psychologists
094 66 Sociologists
095 66 Urban and regional planners
096 66 Social scientists, n.e.c

Social and recreation workers
100 52 Social workers
101 49 Recreation workers

Teachers, college and university
102 78 Agriculture teachers
103 78 Atmospheric, earth, marine, and space teachers
104 78 Biology teachers
105 78 Chemistry teachers
110 78 Physics teachers
111 78 Engineering teachers
112 78 Mathematics teachers
113 78 Health specialist teachers
114 78 Psychology teachers
115 78 Business and commerce teachers
116 78 Economics teachers
120 78 History teachers
121 78 Sociology teachers
122 78 Social science teachers, n.e.c
123 78 Art, drama, and music teachers
124 78 Coaches and physical education teachers
125 78 Education teachers
126 78 English teachers
130 78 Foreign language teachers
131 78 Home economics teachers
132 78 Law teachers
133 78 Theology teachers
134 78 Trade, industrial and technical teachers
135 78 Miscellaneous teachers, college and university
140 78 Teachers, college and university, subject not specified

Teachers, except college and university
141 43 Adult education teachers
142 60 Elementary school teachers
143 60 Pre-kindergarten and kindergarten teachers
144 63 Secondary school teachers
145 43 Teachers, except college and university, n.e.c

Engineering and science technicians
150 47 Agriculture and biological technicians, except health
151 47 Chemical technicians
152 56 Draftsmen
153 47 Electrical and electronic engineering technicians
154 47 Industrial engineering technicians
155 47 Mechanical engineering technicians
156 47 Mathematical technicians
161 53 Surveyors
162 47 Engineering and science technicians, n.e.c

Technicians, except health, engineering and science
163 70 Airplane pilots
164 43 Air traffic controllers
165 52 Embalmers
170 47 Flight engineers
171 43 Radio operators
172 47 Tool programmers, numerical control
173 47 Technicians, n.e.c

174 51 Vocational and educational counselors

Writers, artists, and entertainers
175 55 Actors
180 51 Athletes and kindred workers
181 60 Authors
182 38 Dancers
183 58 Designers
184 51 Editors and reporters
185 46 Musicians and composers
190 56 Painters and sculptors
191 41 Photographers
192 57 Public relations men and publicity writers
193 51 Radio and television announcers
194 51 Writers, artists, and entertainers, n.e.c

195 51 Research workers, not specified
196 51 Professional, technical, and kindred workers—allocated

Managers and administrators, except farm

OCC PRE
201 61 Assessors, controllers, and treasurers, local public administration
202 72 Bank officers and financial managers
203 41 Buyers and shippers, farm products
205 50 Buyers, wholesale and retail trade
210 49 Credit Men
211 52 Funeral directors
212 61 Health administrators
213 41 Construction inspectors, public administration
215 41 Inspectors, except construction, public administration
216 38 Managers and superintendents, building
220 50 Office managers, n.e.c
221 60 Officers, pilots, and pursers, ship
222 61 Officials and administrators, public administration, n.e.c
223 58 Officials of lodges, societies, and unions
224 58 Postmasters and mail superintendents
225 48 Purchasing agents and buyers, n.e.c
226 41 Railroad conductors
230 39 Restaurant, cafeteria, and bar managers
231 50 Sales managers and department heads, retail trade
233 50 Sales managers, except retail trade
235 61 School administrators, college
240 60 School administrators, elementary and secondary
245 50 Managers and administrators, n.e.c
246 50 Managers and administrators, except farm—allocated

Sales workers
260 42 Advertising agents and salesmen
261 32 Auctioneers
262 28 Demonstrators
264 18 Hucksters and peddlers
265 47 Insurance agents, brokers, and underwriters
266 15 Newsboys
270 44 Real estate agents and brokers
271 51 Stock and bond salesmen
280 34 Salesmen and sales clerks, n.e.c
281 49 Sales representatives, manufacturing industries
282 40 Sales representatives, wholesale trade
283 29 Sales clerks, retail trade
284 29 Salesmen, retail trade
285 34 Salesmen of services and construction
296 34 Sales workers—allocated

Clerical and kindred workers
301 50 Bank tellers
303 45 Billing clerks
305 48 Bookkeepers
310 31 Cashiers
311 36 Clerical assistants, social welfare
312 36 Clerical supervisors, n.e.c
313 26 Collectors, bill and account
314 36 Counter clerks, except food
315 34 Dispatchers and starters, vehicle
320 36 Enumerators and interviewers
321 36 Estimators and investigators, n.e.c
323 36 Expeditors and production controllers
325 30 File clerks
326 48 Insurance adjusters, examiners, and investigators
330 41 Library attendants and assistants
331 42 Mail carriers, post office
332 36 Mail handlers, except post office
333 19 Messengers and office boys
334 36 Meter readers, utilities

Office machine operators
341 45 Bookkeeping and billing machine operators
342 45 Calculating machine operators
343 45 Computer and peripheral equipment operators
344 45 Duplicating machine operators
345 45 Keypunch operators
350 45 Tabulating machine operators
355 45 Office machine operators, n.e.c

360 41 Payroll and timekeeping clerks
361 43 Postal clerks
362 36 Proofreaders
363 43 Real estate appraisers
364 39 Receptionists

Secretaries
370 46 Secretaries, legal
371 46 Secretaries, medical
372 46 Secretaries, n.e.c

374 29 Shipping and receiving clerks
375 36 Statistical clerks
376 43 Stenographers
381 23 Stock clerks and storekeepers
382 36 Teacher aides, except school monitors
383 30 Telegraph messengers
384 44 Telegraph operators
385 40 Telephone operators
390 35 Ticket, station, and express agents
391 41 Typists
392 36 Weighers
394 36 Miscellaneous clerical workers
395 36 Not specified clerical workers
396 36 Clerical and kindred workers—allocated

Craftsmen and kindred workers
OCC PRE
401 47 Automobile accessories installers
402 34 Bakers
403 36 Blacksmiths
404 31 Boilermakers
405 31 Bookbinders
410 36 Brickmasons and stonemasons
411 36 Brickmasons and stonemasons, apprentices
412 33 Bulldozer operators
413 39 Cabinetmakers
415 40 Carpenters
416 40 Carpenter apprentices
420 47 Carpet installers
421 32 Cement and concrete finishers
422 38 Compositors and typesetters
423 40 Printing trades apprentices, except pressmen
424 39 Cranemen, derrickmen, and hoistmen
425 37 Decorators and window dressers
426 47 Dental laboratory technicians
430 49 Electricians
431 41 Electrician apprentices
433 39 Electric power linemen and cablemen
434 38 Electrotypers and stereotypers
435 41 Engravers, except photoengravers
436 33 Excavating, grading and road machine operators, except bulldozer
440 40 Floor layers, except tile setters
441 45 Foremen, n.e.c
442 36 Forgemen and hammermen
443 29 Furniture and wood finishers
444 35 Furriers
445 26 Glaziers
446 36 Heat treaters, annealers, and temperers
450 31 Inspectors, scalers, and graders, lumber
452 31 Inspectors, n.e.c
453 37 Jewelers and watchmakers
454 48 Job and die setters, metal
455 51 Locomotive engineers
456 36 Locomotive firemen
461 48 Machinists
462 41 Machinist apprentices

Mechanics and repairmen
470 37 Air conditioning, heating and refrigeration
471 48 Aircraft
472 37 Automobile body repairmen
473 37 Automobile mechanics
474 37 Automobile mechanic apprentices
475 34 Data processing machine repairmen
480 33 Farm implements
481 33 Heavy equipment mechanics, including diesel
482 33 Household appliance and accessory installers and mechanics
483 30 Loom fixers
484 34 Office machines
485 35 Radio and television
486 37 Railroad and car shop
491 41 Mechanic, except auto, apprentices
492 35 Miscellaneous mechanics and repairmen
495 35 Not specified mechanics and repairmen

501 25 Millers; grain, flour, and feed
502 40 Millwrights
503 39 Molders, metal
504 39 Molder, apprentices
506 51 Opticians, and lens grinders and polishers
510 30 Painters, construction and maintenance
511 30 Painter apprentices
512 24 Paperhangers
514 39 Pattern and model makers, except paper
515 40 Photoengravers and lithographers
516 32 Piano and organ tuners and repairmen
520 33 Plasterers
521 33 Plasterer apprentices
522 41 Plumber and pipe fitters
523 41 Plumber and pipe fitter apprentices
525 39 Power station operators
530 40 Pressmen and plate printers, printing
531 40 Pressmen and apprentices
533 36 Rollers and finishers, metal
534 31 Roofers and slaters
535 37 Sheetmetal workers and tinsmiths
536 37 Sheet metal apprentices
540 36 Shipfitters
542 33 Shoe repairmen
543 30 Sign painters and letterers
545 35 Stationary engineers
546 33 Stone cutters and stone carvers
550 36 Structural metal craftsmen
551 41 Tailors
552 39 Telephone installers and repairmen
554 39 Telephone linemen and splicers
560 36 Tile setters
561 42 Tool and die makers
562 41 Tool and die maker apprentices
563 30 Upholsters
571 41 Specified craft apprentices, n.e.c
572 41 Not specified apprentices
575 47 Craftsmen and kindred workers, n.e.c
580 47 Former members of the Armed Forces
586 47 Craftsmen and kindred workers—allocated
590 47 Current members of the Armed Forces

Operatives, except transport
OCC PRE
601 28 Asbestos and insulation workers
602 27 Assemblers
603 32 Blasters and powdermen
604 23 Bottling and canning operatives
605 39 Chainmen, rodmen, and axmen; surveying
610 36 Checkers, examiners, and inspectors; manufacturing
611 18 Clothing ironers and pressers
612 26 Cutting operatives, n.e.c
613 32 Dressmakers and seamstresses, not factory

614 27 Drillers, earth
615 27 Dry wall installers and lathers
620 25 Dyers
621 19 Filers, polishers, sanders, and buffers
622 33 Furnacemen, smeltermen, and pourers
623 22 Garage workers and gas station attendants
624 33 Graders and sorters, manufacturing
625 19 Produce graders and packers, except factory and farm
626 33 Heaters, metal
630 18 Laundry and dry cleaning operatives, n.e.c
631 32 Meat cutters and butchers, except manufacturing
633 28 Meat cutters and butchers, manufacturing
634 19 Meat wrappers, retail trade
635 29 Metal platers
636 33 Milliners
640 26 Mine operatives, n.e.c
641 29 Mixing operatives
642 24 Oilers and greasers, except auto
643 19 Packers and wrappers, n.e.c
644 29 Painters, manufactured articles
645 36 Photographic process workers

Precision machine operatives
650 29 Drill press operatives
651 29 Grinding machine operatives
652 29 Lathe and milling machine operatives
653 29 Precision machine operatives, n.e.c

656 29 Punch and stamping press operatives
660 29 Riveters and fasteners
661 34 Sailors and deckhands
662 28 Sawyers
663 25 Sewers and stitchers
664 32 Shoemaking machine operatives
665 29 Solderers
666 33 Stationary firemen

Textile operatives
670 29 Carding, lapping, and combing operatives
671 29 Knitters, loopers, and toppers
672 25 Spinners, twisters, and winders
673 25 Weavers
674 29 Textile operatives, n.e.c

680 40 Welders and flame-cutters
681 29 Winding operatives, n.e.c

690 32 Machine operatives, miscellaneous specified
692 32 Machine operatives, not specified
694 32 Miscellaneous operatives
695 32 Not specified operatives
696 32 Operatives, except transport—allocated

Transport equipment operatives
701 37 Boatmen and canalmen
703 32 Bus drivers

704 28 Conductors and motormen, urban rail transit
705 28 Deliverymen and routemen
706 29 Fork-lift and tow-motor operatives

710 27 Motormen; mine, factory, logging camp, etc
711 22 Parking attendants
712 35 Railroad brakemen
713 33 Railroad switchmen
714 22 Taxicab drivers and chauffeurs
715 32 Truck drivers
726 29 Transport equipment operatives—allocated

Laborers, except farm
740 29 Animal caretakers, except farm
750 23 Carpenters' helpers
751 17 Construction laborers, except carpenters' helpers
752 30 Fishermen and oystermen
753 17 Freight and material handlers
754 17 Garbage collectors
755 23 Gardeners and groundskeepers, except farm
760 24 Longshoremen and stevedores
761 26 Lumbermen, raftsmen, and woodchoppers
762 17 Stockhandlers
763 12 Teamsters
764 17 Vehicle washers and equipment cleaners
770 20 Warehousemen, n.e.c
780 17 Miscellaneous labors
785 17 Not specified laborers
796 17 Laborers, except farm—allocated

Farmers and farm managers
OCC PRE
801 41 Farmers (owners and tenants)
802 44 Farm managers
806 41 Farmers and farm managers—allocated

Farm laborers and farm foreman
821 35 Farm foremen
822 18 Farm laborers, wage workers
823 18 Farm laborers, unpaid family workers
824 27 Farm service laborers, self-employed
846 19 Farm laborers, farm foremen, and kindred workers—allocated

Service workers, except private household

Cleaning service workers
901 14 Chambermaids and maids, except private household
902 12 Cleaners and charwomen
903 16 Janitors and sextons

Food service workers
910 20 Bartenders
911 22 Busboys
912 26 Cooks, except private household
913 22 Dishwashers
914 15 Food counters and fountain workers
915 20 Waiters
916 22 Food service workers, n.e.c. except private household

Health service workers
921 48 Dental assistants
922 48 Health aides, except nursing
923 36 Health trainees
924 23 Midwives
925 36 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants
926 42 Practical nurses

Personal service workers
931 36 Airline stewardesses
932 15 Attendants, recreation and amusement
933 14 Attendants, personal service, n.e.c
934 14 Baggage porters and bellhops
935 38 Barbers
940 22 Boarding and lodging housekeepers
941 09 Bootblacks
942 25 Child care workers, except private households
943 21 Elevator operators
944 33 Hairdressers and cosmetologists
945 14 Personal service apprentices
950 36 Housekeepers, except private households
952 22 School monitors
953 15 Ushers, recreation and amusement
954 14 Welfare service aides

Protective service workers
960 24 Crossing guards and bridge tenders
961 44 Firemen, fire protection
962 22 Guards and watchmen
963 46 Marshals and constables
964 48 Policemen and detectives
965 55 Sheriffs and bailiffs
976 25 Service workers, except private household—allocated

Private household workers
980 23 Child care workers, private household
981 18 Cooks, private household
982 25 Housekeepers, private household
983 18 Laundresses, private household
984 18 Maids and servants, private household
986 18 Private household workers—allocated
Note 2: 1970 Industrial Classification Codes
Codes for use with variables INDUSTRY, SPIND, and PAIND16:

AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY, AND FISHERIES
017 Agricultural production
018 Agricultural services, except horticultural
019 Horticultural services
027 Forestry
028 Fisheries

MINING
047 Metal mining
048 Coal mining
049 Crude petroleum and natural gas extractions
057 Nonmetallic mining and quarrying, except fuel

CONSTRUCTION
067 General building contractors
068 General contractors, except building
069 Special trade contractors
077 Not specified construction

MANUFACTURING
Durable goods
Lumber and wood products, except furniture
107 Logging
108 Sawmills, planing mills, and mill work
109 Miscellaneous wood products
118 Furniture fixtures

Stone, clay, and glass products
119 Glass and glass products
127 Cement, concrete, gypsum, and plaster products
128 Structural clay products
137 Pottery and related products
138 Miscellaneous nonmetallic mineral and stone products

Metal industries
139 Blast furnaces, steel works, rolling and finishing mills
147 Other primary iron and steel industries
148 Primary aluminum industries
149 Other primary non-ferrous industries
157 Cutlery, hand tools, and other hardware
158 Fabricated structural metal products
159 Screw machine products
167 Metal stamping
168 Miscellaneous fabricated metal products
169 Not specified metal products

Machinery, except electrical
177 Engines and turbines
178 Farm machinery and equipment
179 Construction and material handling machines
187 Metalworking machinery
188 Office and accounting machines
189 Electronic computing equipment
197 Machinery, except electrical, n.e.c
198 Not specified machinery

Electrical machinery, equipment, and supplies
199 Household appliances
207 Radio, T.V., and communication equipment
208 Electrical machinery, equipment, and supplies, n.e.c
209 Not specified electrical machinery, equipment, and supplies

Transportation equipment
219 Motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment
227 Aircraft and parts
228 Ship and boat building and repairing
229 Railroad locomotives and equipment
237 Mobile dwellings and campers
238 Cycles and miscellaneous transportation equipment

Professional and photographic equipment, and watches
239 Scientific and controlling instruments
247 Optical and health services supplies
248 Photographic equipment and supplies
249 Watches, clocks, and clockwork-operated devices
257 Not specified professional equipment

258 Ordinance
259 Miscellaneous manufacturing industries

Nondurable goods
Food and kindred products
268 Meat products
269 Dairy products
278 Canning and preserving fruits, vegetables, and seafoods
279 Grain-mill products
287 Bakery projects
288 Confectionery and related products
289 Beverage industries
297 Miscellaneous food preparation and kindred products
298 Not specified food industries

299 Tobacco manufactures

Textile mill products
307 Knitting mills
308 Dyeing and finishing textiles, except wood and knit goods
309 Floor coverings, except hard surface
317 Yarn, thread, and fabric mills
318 Miscellaneous textile mill products

Apparel and other fabricated textile products
319 Apparel and accessories
327 Miscellaneous fabricated textile products

Paper and allied products
328 Pulp, paper, and paperboard mills
329 Miscellaneous paper and pulp products
337 Paperboard containers and boxes

Printing, publishing, and allied industries
338 Newspaper publishing and printing
339 Printing, publishing, and allied industries, except newspapers

Chemicals and allied products
347 Industrial chemicals
348 Plastics, synthetics and resins, except fibers
349 Synthetic fibers
357 Drugs and medicines
358 Soaps and cosmetics
359 Paints, varnishes, and related products
367 Agricultural chemicals
368 Miscellaneous chemicals
369 Not specified chemicals and allied products

Petroleum and coal products
377 Petroleum refining
387 Miscellaneous plastic products

Leather and leather products
388 Tanned, curried, and finished leather
389 Footwear, except rubber
397 Leather products, except footwear
398 Not specified manufacturing industries

TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES
Transportation
407 Railroads and railway express service
408 Street railways and bus lines
409 Taxicab service
417 Trucking service
418 Warehousing and storage
419 Water transportation
427 Air transportation
428 Pipe lines, except natural gas
429 Services incidental to transportation

Communications
447 Radio broadcasting and television
448 Telephone (wire and radio)
449 Telegraph and miscellaneous communication services

Utilities and sanitary services
467 Electric light and power
468 Electric-gas utilities
469 Gas and steam supply systems
477 Water supply
478 Sanitary services
479 Other and not specified utilities

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TRADE

Wholesale trade
507 Motor vehicles and equipment
508 Drugs, chemicals, and allied products
509 Dry goods and apparel
527 Food and related products
528 Farm products—raw materials
529 Electrical goods
537 Hardware, plumbing, and heating supplies
538 Not specified electrical and hardware products
539 Machinery equipment and supplies
557 Metals and minerals, n.e.c
558 Petroleum products
559 Scrap and waste materials
567 Alcoholic beverages
568 Paper and its products
569 Lumber and construction materials
587 Wholesalers, n.e.c
588 Not specified wholesale trade

Retail trade
607 Lumber and building material retailing
608 Hardware and farm equipment stores
609 Department and mail-order establishments
617 Limited-price variety stores
618 Vending machine operators
619 Direct selling establishments
627 Miscellaneous general merchandise stores
628 Grocery stores
629 Dairy product stores
637 Retail bakeries
638 Food stores, n.e.c
639 Motor vehicle dealers
647 Tire, battery, and accessory dealers
648 Gasoline service stations
649 Miscellaneous vehicle dealers
657 Apparel and accessories stores, except shoe stores
658 Shoe stores
667 Furniture and home furnishing stores
668 Household appliances, TV, and radio stores
669 Eating and drinking places
677 Drug stores
678 Liquor stores
679 Farm and garden supply stores
687 Jewelry stores
688 Fuel and ice dealers
689 Retail florists
697 Miscellaneous retail stores
698 Not specified retail trade

FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE
707 Banking
708 Credit agencies
709 Security, commodity brokerage, and investment companies
717 Insurance
718 Real estate, incl. real estate-insurance-law offices

BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES
727 Advertising
728 Services to dwellings and other buildings
729 Commercial research, development, and testing labs
737 Employment and temporary help agencies
738 Business management and consulting services
739 Computer programming services
747 Detective and protective services
748 Business services, n.e.c
749 Automobile services, except repair
758 Electrical repair shops
759 Miscellaneous repair services

PERSONAL SERVICES
769 Private households
777 Hotels and motels
778 Lodging places, except hotels and motels
779 Laundering, cleaning, and other garment services
787 Beauty shops
788 Barber shops
789 Shoe repair shops
797 Dressmaking shops
798 Miscellaneous personal services

ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES
807 Theaters and motion pictures
808 Bowling alleys, billiard and pool parlors
809 Miscellaneous entertainment and recreation services

PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES
828 Offices of physicians
829 Offices of dentists
837 Offices of chiropractors
838 Hospitals
839 Convalescent institutions
847 Offices of health practitioners, n.e.c
848 Health services, n.e.c
849 Legal services
857 Elementary and secondary schools
858 Colleges and universities
859 Libraries
867 Educational services, n.e.c
868 Not specified educational services
869 Museums, art galleries, and zoos
877 Religious organizations
878 Welfare services
879 Residential welfare facilities
887 Nonprofit membership organizations
888 Engineering and architectural services
889 Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping services
897 Miscellaneous professional and related services

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
907 Postal service
917 Federal public administration
927 State public administration
937 Local public administration
Note 3: NORC Size of Place
Codes for use with the variable XNORCSIZ:

1 Within an SMSA and a large central city (over 250,000)
2 a medium-size central city (50,000 to 250,000)
3 a suburb of a large central city
4 a suburb of a medium-size central city
5 an unincorporated area of a large central city (division, township, etc.)
6 an unincorporated area of a medium central city
7 Not within an SMSA, (within a county) and a small city (10,000 to 49,999)
8 a town or village (2,500 to 9,999)
9 an incorporated area less than 2,500 or an unincorporated area of 1,000 to 2,499
10 open country within larger civil divisions, e.g., township, division
Note 4: SRC New Belt Code
Codes for use with the variable SRCBELT:

1 Central city of twelve largest SMSAs
2 Central city of remainder of the hundred largest SMSAs
3 Suburbs of twelve largest SMSAs
4 Suburbs of the remaining hundred largest SMSAs
5 Other urban (counties having towns of 10,000 or more)
6 Other rural (counties having no towns of 10,000 or more)
Note 5: Occupational Relationship with Data
Codes for use with variables DOTDATA, SPDOTDAT, and PADOTDAT:

0.0-0.5 Synthesizing
0.5-1.5 Coordinating
1.5-2.5 Analyzing
2.5-3.5 Compiling
3.5-4.5 Computing
4.5-5.5 Copying
5.5-6.5 Comparing
6.5-8.5 No significant relationship
Note 6: Occupational Relationship with People
Codes for use with variables DOTPEOP, SPDOTPEO, and PADOTPEO:

0.5-0.5 Mentoring
0.5-1.5 Negotiating
1.5-2.5 Instructing
2.5-3.5 Supervising
3.5-4.5 Diverting
4.5-5.5 Persuading
5.5-6.5 Speaking-signaling
6.5-7.5 Serving
7.5+ No significant relationship
Note 7: Occupational Relationship with Things
Codes for use with variables DOTTHNG, SPDOTTHN, and PADOTTHN:

0.0-0.5 Setting-up
0.5-1.5 Precision working
1.5-2.5 Operating-controlling
2.5-3.5 Driving-operating
3.5-4.5 Manipulating
4.5-5.5 Tending
5.5-6.5 Feeding-off bearing
6.5-7.5 Handling
7.5+ No significant relationship
Note 8: Occupational General Educational Development (GED)
Codes for use with variables DOTGED, SPDOTGED, and PADOTGED:

1.0-1.5 1 (Lowest level)
1.5-2.5 2
2.5-3.5 3
3.5-4.5 4
4.5-5.5 5
5.5-6.0 6 (Highest level)
Note 9: Occupational Specific Vocation Preparation (SVP)
Codes for use with variables DOTSVP, SPDOTSVP, and PADOTSVP:

1.0-1.5 Short demonstration
1.5-2.5 Up to thirty days
2.5-3.5 Thirty-one days to three months
3.5-4.5 Over three months, to six months
4.5-5.5 Over six months, to one year
5.5-6.5 One to two years
6.5-7.5 Two to four years
7.5+ Four to ten years
Note 10: Occupational Prestige
Codes for use with variables DOTPRES, SPDOTPRE, and PADOTPRE:

0 00--09
1 10--19
2 20--29
3 30--39
4 40--49
5 50--59
6 60--69
7 70--79
8 80--89
Note 11: Unemployment Codes
Codes for use with the variable UNEMP5:

0 Not unemployed
1 Unemployed during four years before last year and not main earner
2 Unemployed during four years before last year and main earner
3 Unemployed last year and not main earner
4 Unemployed last year and during four previous years and not main earner
5 Unemployed last year and not main earner and unemployed during previous four years and main earner
6 Unemployed last year and main earner
7 Unemployed last year and main earner and unemployed previous four years and not main earner
8 Unemployed last year and previous four years and main earner both periods
9 No answer
Note 12: Deaths of Relatives in Past Five Years
Codes for use with the variable DEATH5:

0 No deaths
1 No deaths last year, one death during previous four years
2 No deaths last year, two or more deaths during previous four years
3 One death last year, none during previous four years
4 One death last year, one during previous four years
5 One death last year, two or more during previous four years
6 Two or more deaths last year, none during previous four years
7 Two or more deaths last year, one during previous four years
8 Two or more deaths last year, two or more during previous four years
9 No answer
Note 13: Protestant Denominations
Codes for use with variables OTHER, OTH16, SPOTHER, SPOTHER16:

1 Hungarian Reformed
2 Evangelical Congregational
3 Ind. Bible, Bible, Bible Fellowship
5 Church of Prophecy
6 New Testament Christian
7 Church of God, Saint & Christ
8 Moravian
9 Christian & Missionary Alliances
10 Advent Christian
11 Spiritualist
12 Assembly of God
13 Free Methodist
14 Apostolic Faith
15 African Methodist
16 Free Will Baptist
17 Eden Evangelist
18 Holiness (Nazarene)
19 Baptist (Northern)
20 Brethren Church, Brethren
21 Witness Holiness
22 Brethren, Plymouth
23 United Brethren, United Brethren in Christ
24 Independent
25 Christian Disciples
26 Christ in Christian Union
27 Open Bible
28 Christian Catholic
29 Christ Church Unity
30 Christ Adelphians
31 Christian; Central Christian
32 Christian Reform
33 Christian Scientist
34 Church of Christ, Evangelical
35 Church of Christ
36 Churches of God (Except with Christ and Holiness)
37 Church of God in Christ
38 Church of God in Christ Holiness
39 Church of the Living God
40 Congregationalist, 1st Congreg
41 Community Church
42 Covenant
43 Dutch Reform
44 Disciples of Christ
45 Evangelical, Evangelist
46 Evangelical Reformed
47 Evangelist Free Church
48 First Church
49 First Christian Disciples of Christ
50 First Reformed
51 First Christian
52 Full Gospel
53 Four Square Gospel
54 Friends
55 Holy Roller
56 Holiness; Church of Holiness
57 Pilgrim Holiness
58 Jehovah's Witnesses
59 LDS
60 LDS--Mormon
61 LDS--Reorganized
62 LDS--Jesus Christ; Church of Jesus LDS
63 Mennonite
64 Mormon
65 Nazarene
66 Pentecostal Assembly of God
67 Pentecostal Church of God
69 Pentecostal Holiness, Holiness Pentecostal
70 Quaker
71 Reformed
72 Reformed United Church of Christ
73 Reformed Church of Christ
74 Religious Science
75 Mind Science
76 Salvation Army
77 Seventh-day Adventist
78 Sanctified, Sanctification
79 United Holiness
80 Unitarian, Universalist
81 United Church of Christ
82 United Church, Unity Church
83 Wesleyan
84 Wesleyan Methodist--Pilgrim
85 Zion Union
86 Zion Union Apostolic
87 Zion Union Apostolic--Reformed
88 Disciples of God
89 Grace Reformed
90 Holiness Church of God
91 Evangelical Covenant
92 Mission Covenant
93 Missionary Baptist
94 Swedish Mission
95 Unity
96 United Church of Christianity
97 Other Fundamentalist
98 Federated Church
99 American Reform
100 Grace Brethren
101 Christ in God
102 Charismatic
103 Pentecostal Apostolic
104 House of Prayer
105 Latvian Lutheran
106 Triumph Church of God
107 Apostolic Christian
108 Christ Cathedral of Truth
109 Bible Missionary
110 Calvary Bible
111 Amish
112 Evangelical Methodist
113 Worldwide Church of God
114 Church Universal and Triumphant
115 Mennonite Brethren
116 Church of the First Born
117 Missionary Church
118 The Way Ministry
119 United Church of Canada
120 Evangelical United Brethren
121 The Church of God of Prophecy
122 Chapel of Faith
123 Polish National Church
124 Faith Gospel Tabernacle
125 Christian Calvary Chapel
126 Carmelite
127 Church of Daniel's Band
128 Christian Tabernacle
129 Living Word
130 True Light Church of Christ
131 Macedonia
132 Brother of Christ
133 Primitive Baptist
134 Independent Fundamental Church of America
135 Chinese Gospel Church
136 New Age Spirituality
137 New Song
138 Apostolic Church
139 Faith Christian
140 People's Church
141 New Birth Christian
142 Unity School of Christianity
143 Assyrian Evangelical Church
998 Don't know
999 No answer
blank Not applicable (not Protestant and Protestant denomination Given, and not married)
Note 14: International Standard Classification Codes (ISCO), 1968
Codes for use with variables ISCO68, PAISCO68, and SPISCO68:

PROFESSIONAL TECHNICAL AND RELATED WORKERS

PHYSICAL SCIENTISTS AND RELATED TECHNICIANS
0110 Chemist
0120 Physicist

Physical Scientists, n.e.c
0130 Scientist
0131 Geologist
0132 Astronomer
0133 Weatherman

0140 Physical science technicians

ARCHITECTS, ENGINEERS AND RELATED TECHNICIANS
0210 Architect
0220 Engineer, civil engineer
0230 Electrical engineer
0240 Mechanical engineer
0250 Chemical engineer
0260 Metallurgist
0270 Mining engineer
0280 Industrial engineer
0290 Engineer, n.e.c
0310 Surveyor

Draftsmen
0320 Draftsman
0321 Tracer

0330 Surveyor's assistant
0340 Technicians
0350 Mechanical engineering technicians
0360 Chemical engineering technicians
0370 Metallurgical technicians
0380 Mining technician
0390 Engineer's aide

AIRCRAFT AND SHIPS' OFFICERS
Airline Pilots, Navigators and Flight Engineers
0410 Airline pilot
0411 Astronaut

Ships' Deck Officers and Pilots
0420 Ship's officer
0421 Small boat officer

0430 Ship's engineer

LIFE SCIENTISTS AND RELATED TECHNICIANS
0510 Biologist

Bacteriologists, Pharmacologists and Related Scientists
0520 Medical researcher
0521 Dairy scientist

Agronomists and Related Scientists
0530 Agronomist
0531 Agricultural agent

Life Sciences Technicians
0540 Medical technician
0541 Agricultural technician

MEDICAL, DENTAL, VETERINARY AND RELATED WORKERS
Medical Doctors
0610 Physician
0611 Chief physician in hospital

0620 Medical assistant
0630 Dentist
0640 Dental assistants
0650 Veterinarian
0660 Veterinary assistants
0670 Pharmacist
0680 Uncertified pharmacist
0690 Dietitian

Professional Nurses
0710 Professional nurse, nurse
0711 Head nurse

0720 Uncertified nurse
0730 Professional midwife, midwife
0740 Midwifery personnel, n.e.c

Optometrists and Opticians
0750 Optometrist
0751 Optician

Physiotherapists and Occupational Therapists
0760 Physiotherapist
0761 Occupational therapist
0762 Masseur

0770 Medical X-ray technician

Medical, Dental, Veterinary and Related Workers, n.e.c
0790 Osteopath
0791 Chiropractor
0792 Herbalist
0793 Sanitary officer

STATISTICIANS, MATHEMATICIANS, SYSTEMS ANALYSTS AND RELATED TECHNICIANS
0810 Statistician
0820 Mathematician
0830 Systems analysts
0840 Computer programmer

ECONOMISTS
0900 Economist

ACCOUNTANTS
1100 Accountant
1101 Professional accountant

JURISTS
Lawyers
1210 Lawyer, trial lawyer
1211 Public prosecutor

Judges
1220 Judge
1221 Supreme Court Justice
1222 Local court judge

Jurists, n.e.c
1290 Non-trial lawyer
1291 Legal advisor without degree

TEACHERS
University and Higher Education Teachers
1310 University Professor
1311 University President, Dean

Secondary Education Teachers
1320 High school teacher
1321 Middle school teacher

1330 Teacher, primary teacher
1340 Pre-primary teacher
1350 Special education teachers

Teachers, n.e.c
1390 Vocational teacher
1391 Principal, primary principal
1392 Education officer
1393 Teacher's aide
1394 Secondary school principal

WORKERS IN RELIGION
Ministers of Religion and Related Members of Religious Orders
1410 Clergyman
1411 High church official
1412 Religious reciter
1413 Evangelist
1414 Missionary
1415 Member of religious order
1416 Assistant priest

Workers in Religion, n.e.c
1490 Religious teacher
1491 Faith healer

AUTHORS, JOURNALISTS AND RELATED WRITERS
Authors and Critics
1510 Author
1511 Pulp writer

Authors, Journalists and Related Writers, n.e.c
1590 Journalist
1591 Newspaper editor
1592 Advertising writer
1593 Public Relations Man

SCULPTORS, PAINTERS, PHOTOGRAPHERS AND RELATED CREATIVE ARTISTS
1610 Artist

Commercial Artists and Designers
1620 Commercial artist
1621 Designer
1622 Window display artist

Photographers and Cameramen
1630 Photographer
1631 TV cameraman

COMPOSERS AND PERFORMING ARTISTS
Composers, Musicians and Singers
1710 Musician, classical musician
1711 Jazz musician
1712 Musical entertainer
1713 Music teacher

Choreographers and Dancers
1720 Dancer
1721 Dancing teacher

Actors and Stage Directors
1730 Actor
1731 Star actor
1732 Dramatic director

1740 Dramatic producer
1750 Circus performers

Performing Artists, n.e.c
1790 Radio, TV announcer
1791 Entertainer

ATHLETES, SPORTSMEN AND RELATED WORKERS
Athletes, Sportsmen and Related Workers
1800 Professional athlete
1801 Coach, manager

PROFESSIONAL, TECHNICAL AND RELATED WORKERS, n.e.c
1910 Librarian

Sociologists, Anthropologists and Related Scientists
1920 Sociologist
1921 Psychologist
1922 Archeologist
1923 Historian
1924 Social scientist, n.e.c

Social Workers
1930 Social worker
1931 Group worker

Personnel and Occupational Specialists
1940 Personnel director
1941 Job counselor

Philologists, Translators and Interpreters
1950 Translator
1951 Philologist

Other Professional, Technical and Related Workers
1990 Technician
1991 Diviner
1992 Fingerprint expert
1993 Explorer
1994 Peace Corps member
1995 Advertising executive

ADMINISTRATIVE AND MANAGERIAL WORKERS

LEGISLATIVE OFFICIALS AND GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATORS
Heads of Government Jurisdiction
2010 Chief of state
2011 Provincial governor
2012 District head
2013 Head, large city
2014 Head, city or small city
2015 Village head

Members of Legislative Bodies
2020 Leader of House
2021 Member, Upper House
2022 Member, Lower House
2023 Member, Provincial House
2024 Member, local council

High Administrative Officials
2030 Government minister
2031 Ambassador
2032 Diplomat
2033 High civil servant, dept. head
2034 Dept. Head, provincial government
2035 Dept. Head, local government
2036 Chief's counselor

MANAGERS
General Managers
2110 Member Board of Directors
2111 Head of large firm
2112 Head of firm
2113 Head of small firm
2114 Banker
2115 Banker, large bank
2116 Building contractor

2120 Factory Manager

Managers, n.e.c
2190 Businessman
2191 Branch manager
2192 Department manager
2193 Department manager, large firm
2194 Business executive
2195 Politician, party official
2196 Union official
2197 High union official

CLERICAL AND RELATED WORKERS

CLERICAL SUPERVISORS
3000 Office manager

GOVERNMENT EXECUTIVE OFFICIALS
3100 Middle-rank civil servant
3101 Civil servant, minor civil servant
3102 Government inspector
3103 Customs inspector
3104 Tax collector

STENOGRAPHERS, TYPISTS AND CARD- AND TAPE-PUNCHING MACHINE OPERATORS
Stenographers, Typists and Teletypists
3210 Typist, stenographer
3211 Secretary

Card- and Tape-Punching Machine Operators
3220 Keypunch Operator

BOOKKEEPERS, CASHIERS AND RELATED WORKERS
Bookkeepers and Cashiers
3310 Bookkeeper
3311 Cashier
3312 Head cashier
3313 Bank teller
3314 Post office clerk
3315 Ticket seller

Bookkeepers, Cashiers and Related Workers, n.e.c
3390 Financial clerk
3391 Bill collector

COMPUTING MACHINE OPERATORS
3410 Bookkeeping and calculating machine operators
3420 Computer operator

TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATIONS SUPERVISORS
3510 Railway stationmaster
3520 Postmaster
3590 Dispatcher, expeditor

TRANSPORT CONDUCTORS
3600 Railroad conductor
3601 Bus, streetcar conductor
3602 Sleeping car porter

MAIL DISTRIBUTION CLERKS
3700 Mail carrier
3701 Office boy, messenger

TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH OPERATORS
3800 Telephone operator
3801 Telegraph operator
3802 Radio operator

CLERICAL AND RELATED WORKERS, n.e.c.
Stock Clerks
3910 Stockroom attendant
3911 Shipping clerk

3920 Material and production planning clerks

Correspondence and Reporting Clerks
3930 Office clerk
3931 Government office clerk
3932 Law clerk

Receptionists and Travel Agency Clerks
3940 Receptionist
3941 Transportation agent
3942 Railway baggageman
3943 Travel agent
3944 Floor walker

Library and Filing Clerks
3950 Library assistant
3951 Filing clerk

3990 Clerks, n.e.c
3991 Proofreader
3992 Political party worker
3993 Meter reader

SALES WORKERS
MANAGERS (WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TRADE)
4000 Retail manager
4001 Service station manager
4002 Credit manager

WORKING PROPRIETORS (WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TRADE)
4100 Shopkeeper
4101 Large shop owner
4102 One-man stand operator
4103 Automobile dealer
4104 Broker
4105 Livestock broker
4106 Wholesale distributor
4107 Smuggler
4108 Labor contractor

SALES SUPERVISORS AND BUYERS
4210 Sales manager

Buyers
4220 Buyer
4221 Purchasing agent
4222 Agricultural buyer

TECHNICAL SALESMAN, COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS AND MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS
Technical Salesmen and Service Advisers
4310 Sales engineer
4311 Utility company salesman

4320 Traveling salesman

INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, SECURITIES AND BUSINESS SERVICES SALESMEN AND AUCTIONEERS
4400 Insurance, real estate and securities salesman
4410 Insurance agent
4411 Real estate agent
4412 Stock broker

4420 Advertising salesman
4430 Auctioneer
4431 Appraiser
4432 Insurance claims investigator

SALESMEN, SHOP ASSISTANTS AND RELATED WORKERS

Salesmen, Shop Assistants and Demonstrators
4510 Sales clerk
4511 Automobile salesman
4512 Gas station attendant
4513 Model
4514 Sales demonstrator

Street Vendors, Canvassers and Newsvendors
4520 Market trader
4521 Street vendor, peddler
4522 Telephone solicitor
4523 Newspaper seller
4524 Routeman
4525 Narcotics peddler

SALES WORKERS, n.e.c.
4900 Money lender

SERVICE WORKERS
MANAGERS (CATERING AND LODGING SERVICES)
5000 Bar manager
5001 Hotel manager
5002 Apartment manager

WORKING PROPRIETORS (CATERING AND LODGING SERVICES)
5100 Restaurant owner
5101 Lunchroom, coffee shop operator
5102 Hotel operator
5103 Boardinghouse keeper
5104 Pub keeper

HOUSEKEEPING AND RELATED SERVICE SUPERVISORS
5200 Steward
5201 Housekeeper

COOKS, WAITERS, BARTENDERS AND RELATED WORKERS
Cooks
5310 Cook
5311 Master cook
5312 Cook's helper

Waiters, Bartenders and Related Workers
5320 Waiter
5321 Bartender
5322 Soda fountain clerk

MAIDS AND RELATED HOUSEKEEPING SERVICE WORKERS, n.e.c.
5400 Servant
5401 Nursemaid
5402 Hotel chambermaid
5403 Hotel concierge

BUILDING CARETAKERS, CHARWORKERS, CLEANERS AND RELATED WORKERS
Building Caretakers
5510 Janitor
5511 Concierge (apartment house)
5512 Sexton

Charworkers, Cleaners and Related Workers
5520 Charworker
5521 Window washer
5522 Chimney sweep

LAUNDERERS, DRY-CLEANERS AND PRESSERS
5600 Launderer

HAIRDRESSERS, BARBERS, BEAUTICIANS AND RELATED WORKERS
5700 Barber
5701 Master barber
5702 Beautician
5703 Operator of hairdressing salon

PROTECTIVE SERVICE WORKERS
5810 Fireman

Police and Detectives
5820 Policeman
5821 Police officer
5822 High police official
5823 Specialized law officer

Protective Service Workers, n.e.c.
5890 Watchman
5891 Prison guard
5892 Bailiff

Armed Forces
5895 Armed Forces
(Note: This code is not part of the International Standard Classification Codes. It is a code used by NORC.)

5900 Service workers, n.e.c
5910 Museum attendant
5920 Undertaker

Other Service Worker
5990 Medical attendant
5991 Entertainment attendant
5992 Elevator operator
5993 Hotel bellboy
5994 Doorkeeper
5995 Shoe shiner
5996 Airline stewardess
5997 Bookmaker
5998 Bell captain in hotel
5999 Illegal lottery agent

AGRICULTURAL, ANIMAL HUSBANDRY AND FORESTRY WORKERS, FISHERMEN AND HUNTERS

FARM MANAGERS AND SUPERVISORS
6000 Farm manager
6001 Farm foreman

FARMERS
General Farmers
6110 Farmer
6111 Large farmer
6112 Small sarmer
6113 Tenant farmer
6114 Sharecropper
6115 Collective farmer
6116 Settler
6117 Unpaid family farm forker

6120 Specialized farmer

AGRICULTURAL AND ANIMAL HUSBANDRY WORKERS
General Farm Workers
6210 Farm hand
6211 Migrant worker

6220 Field crop worker
6230 Palmwine harvester
6240 Livestock worker
6250 Milker
6260 Poultry farm workers
6270 Gardener
6280 Tractor driver

Agricultural and Animal Husbandry Workers, n.e.c
6290 Skilled farm worker
6291 Gatherer

FORESTRY WORKERS

Loggers
6310 Logger
6311 Whistle punk

Forestry Workers (Except Logging)
6320 Forester
6321 Timber cruiser
6322 Tree surgeon

FISHERMEN, HUNTERS AND RELATED WORKERS
6410 Fisherman
6411 Fisherman with own boat

Fishermen, Hunters and Related Workers, n.e.c.
6490 Whaler
6491 Hunter

PRODUCTION AND RELATED WORKERS, TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT OPERATORS AND LABORERS

PRODUCTION SUPERVISORS AND GENERAL FOREMEN
7000 Foreman
7001 Supervisor

MINERS, QUARRYMEN, WELL DRILLERS AND RELATED WORKERS
Miners and Quarrymen
7110 Miner
7111 Specialized mine worker
7112 Quarry worker
7113 Instructor in mine

7120 Mineral and stone treaters
7130 Oil field worker

METAL PROCESSORS
7210 Steel mill worker
7220 Rolling mill operator
7230 Metal melters and reheaters
7240 Metal caster
7250 Metal moulders and coremakers
7260 Metal annealers, temperers, and case-hardeners
7270 Metal drawers and extruders
7280 Galvanizer
7290 Metal processors, n.e.c

WOOD PREPARATION WORKERS AND PAPER MAKERS
7310 Wood treater

Sawyers, Plywood Makers and Related Wood-Processing Workers
7320 Sawyer in saw mill
7321 Lumber grader

7330 Paper pulp preparers
7340 Paper maker

CHEMICAL PROCESSORS AND RELATED WORKERS
7410 Crushers, grinders, and mixers
7420 Cookers, roasters, and related heat-treaters
7430 Filter and separator operators
7440 Still and reactor operators
7450 Petroleum worker

Chemical Processors and Related Workers, n.e.c
7490 Chemical worker
7491 Charcoal burner

SPINNERS, WEAVERS, KNITTERS, DYERS AND RELATED WORKERS
7510 Fiber preparers
7520 Spinner
7530 Machine loom fixer, operator

Weavers and Related Workers
7540 Weaver
7541 Cloth grader

7550 Knitting machine operator
7560 Cloth dyer
7590 Textile mill worker

TANNERS, FELLMONGERS AND PELT DRESSERS
7610 Tanners and fellmongers
7620 Pelt dressers

FOOD AND BEVERAGE PROCESSORS
Grain Millers and Related Workers
7710 Grain miller
7711 Grain mill owner-operator

7220 Sugar boiler

Butchers and Meat Preparers
7730 Butcher
7731 Packing house butcher
7732 Master butcher

7740 Cannery worker
7750 Dairy product processors

Bakers, Pastrycooks and Confectionery Makers
7760 Baker
7761 Master baker

7770 Tea, coffee, and cocoa preparers
7780 Moonshiner
7790 Fish butcher

TOBACCO PREPARERS AND TOBACCO PRODUCT MAKERS
7810 Tobacco preparers
7820 Cigar maker
7830 Cigarette makers
7890 Tobacco factory worker

TAILORS, DRESSMAKERS, SEWERS, UPHOLSTERERS AND RELATED WORKERS
Tailors and Dressmakers
7910 Tailor
7911 Custom seamstress

7290 Fur coat tailor
7930 Milliner
7940 Garment cutter
7950 Sewing machine operator
7960 Upholsterer
7990 Tailors, dressmakers, sewers, upholsterers and related workers, n.e.c

SHOEMAKERS AND LEATHER GOODS MAKERS
8010 Shoemaker, repairer
8020 Shoe cutters, lasters, sewers and related workers
8030 Leather worker

CABINETMAKERS AND RELATED WOODWORKERS
8110 Cabinetmaker
8120 Woodworking—Machine operators

Cabinetmakers and Related Woodworkers, n.e.c.
8190 Cooper
8191 Wood vehicle builder

STONE CUTTERS AND CARVERS
8200 Tombstone carver

BLACKSMITHS, TOOLMAKERS AND MACHINETOOL OPERATORS
Blacksmiths, Hammersmiths and Forging-Press Operators
8310 Blacksmith
8311 Forging-press operator

Toolmakers, Metal Patternmakers and Metal Markers
8320 Tool and die maker
8321 Metal patternmaker

Machine-Tool Setter-Operators
8330 Machine set-up man
8331 Turner

8340 Machine operator in factory

Metal Grinders, Polishers and Tool Sharpeners
8350 Saw sharpener
8351 Polishing machine operator

8390 Locksmith

8400 MACHINERY FITTERS, MACHINE ASSEMBLERS AND PRECISION INSTRUMENT MAKERS (EXCEPT ELECTRICAL)

Machinery Fitters and Machine Assemblers
8410 Machinist or fitter
8411 Aircraft worker
8412 Millwright

Watch, Clock and Precision Instrument Makers
8420 Watch maker, repairman
8421 Fine fitter
8422 Dental mechanic

Motor Vehicle Mechanics
8430 Garage mechanic
8431 Garage operator

Aircraft Engine Mechanics
8440 Airplane mechanic

Machinery Fitters, Machine Assemblers and Precision Instrument Makers
8490 Mechanic, repairman
8491 Bicycle repairman
8492 Mechanic's helper
8493 Assembly line worker
8494 Unskilled garage worker

ELECTRICAL FITTERS AND RELATED ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS WORKERS
8510 Electrical fitter
8520 Electronics fitters
8530 Electronic assembler
8540 Radio, TV repairman

Electrical Wiremen
8550 Electrician
8551 Master electrician (own shop)

8560 Telephone installer
8570 Power lineman
8590 Electrical fitters and related electrical and electronics workers

BROADCASTING STATION AND SOUND EQUIPMENT OPERATORS AND CINEMA PROJECTIONISTS
8610 Broadcasting station operator
8620 Motion picture projectionist

PLUMBERS, WELDERS, SHEET METAL AND STRUCTURAL METAL PREPARERS AND ERECTORS
Plumbers and Pipe Fitters
8710 Plumber
8711 Master plumber (own business)

8720 Welder

Sheet-Metal Workers
8730 Sheet-metal worker
8731 Copper, tin smith
8732 Boilermaker
8733 Vehicle body builder

8740 Structural steel worker

JEWELRY AND PRECIOUS METAL WORKERS
8800 Jeweler, goldsmith
8801 Master jeweler, goldsmith

GLASS FORMERS, POTTERS AND RELATED WORKERS
Glass Formers, Cutters, Grinders and Finishers
8910 Lens grinder
8911 Glass blower

8920 Potter
8930 Glass and ceramics kilnmen
8940 Glass engravers and etchers
8950 Glass and ceramics painters and decorators
8990 Glass formers, potters, and related workers, n.e.c

RUBBER AND PLASTICS PRODUCT MAKERS
9010 Rubber and plastics product makers (except tire makers and tire vulcanizers)
9020 Tire makers and vulcanizers

9100 Paper and paperboard products makers

PRINTERS AND RELATED WORKERS
Compositors and Typesetters
9210 Printer
9211 Master printer

9220 Printing pressman
9230 Stereotypers and electrotypers
9240 Metal engraver
9250 Photoengraver
9260 Bookbinder
9270 Photograph developer
9290 Graphics printer

PAINTERS
Painters, Construction
9310 Building painter
9311 Master building painter

Painters, n.e.c.
9390 Automobile painter

PRODUCTION AND RELATED WORKERS, n.e.c.
9410 Piano tuner
9420 Basketweaver
9430 Non-metallic mineral product makers

Other Production and Related Workers
9490 Quality checker
9491 Ivory carver
9492 Taxidermist
9493 Calabash maker

BRICKLAYERS, CARPENTERS AND OTHER CONSTRUCTION WORKERS
9510 Mason
9520 Cement finisher
9530 Roofer

Carpenters, Joiners and Parquetry Workers
9540 Carpenter
9541 Master carpenter
9542 Carpenter's helper

Plasterers
9550 Plasterer
9551 Master plasterer

9560 Insulation installer
9570 Glazier

Construction Workers n.e.c.
9590 Paperhanger
9591 Master paperhanger
9592 Maintenance man
9593 Skilled construction worker
9594 Construction laborer, n.e.c
9595 Unskilled construction laborer
9596 House builder

STATIONARY ENGINE AND RELATED EQUIPMENT OPERATORS
9610 Power station operator
9690 Stationary engineer

MATERIAL-HANDLING AND RELATED EQUIPMENT OPERATORS, DOCKERS AND FREIGHT HANDLERS

Dockers and Freight Handlers
9710 Longshoreman
9711 Warehouse hand
9712 Porter
9713 Railway, airport porter
9714 Packer

9720 Riggers and cable splicers

Crane and Hoist Operators
9730 Power crane operator
9731 Drawbridge tender

9740 Road machinery operator
9790 Material-handling equipment operators, n.e.c

TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT OPERATORS
Ships' Deck Ratings, Barge Crews and Boatmen
9810 Seaman
9811 Boatman

9820 Ship's engine-room hand

Railway Engine Drivers and Firemen
9830 Locomotive engineer
9831 Locomotive fireman
9832 Ore train motorman in mine

9840 Railway switchman, brakeman

Motor Vehicle Drivers
9850 Taxi driver
9851 Bus, tram driver
9852 Driver, truck driver
9853 Small transport operator
9854 Truck driver's helper
9855 Driving teacher

Animal and Animal-Drawn Vehicle Drivers
9860 Animal driver
9861 Wagoneer

Transport Equipment Operators n.e.c
9890 Pedal-vehicle driver
9891 Railway crossing guard

MANUAL WORKERS, n.e.c
Skilled Workers, n.e.c
9950 Skilled worker
9951 Independent artisan

Semi-Skilled Workers, n.e.c
9970 Factory worker
9971 Apprentice

Laborers, n.e.c
9990 Laborer
9991 Unskilled factory laborer
9992 Contract laborer
9993 Itinerant worker
9994 Railway track worker
9995 Street sweeper
9996 Garbage collector
9997 Road construction laborer