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									         Occupation codes

         Classification of Occupations - 2001
         From January 2001---->

             Code      Standard Occupational Classification
             1111      Senior officials in national government
             1112      Directors and chief executives of major organisations
             1113      Senior officials in local government
             1114      Senior officials of special interest organisations
             1121      Production, works and maintenance managers
             1122      Managers in construction
             1123      Managers in mining and energy
             1131      Financial managers and chartered secretaries
             1132      Marketing and sales managers
             1133      Purchasing managers
             1134      Advertising and public relations managers
             1135      Personnel, training and industrial relations managers
             1136      Information and communication technology managers
             1137      Research and development managers
             1141      Quality assurance managers
             1142      Customer care managers
             1151      Financial institution managers
             1152      Office managers
             1161      Transport and distribution managers

             1162      Storage and warehouse managers

             1163      Retail and wholesale managers
             1171      Officers in armed forces
             1172      Police officers (inspectors and above)

             1173      Senior officers in fire, ambulance, prison and related services
             1174      Security managers
             1181      Hospital and health service managers
             1182      Pharmacy managers
             1183      Healthcare practice managers
             1184      Social services managers

             1185      Residential and day care managers
             1211      Farm managers
             1212      Natural environment and conservation managers
             1219      Managers in animal husbandry, forestry and fishing n.e.c.
             1221      Hotel and accommodation managers
             1222      Conference and exhibition managers
             1223      Restaurant and catering managers
             1224      Publicans and managers of licensed premises
             1225      Leisure and sports managers
             1226      Travel agency managers
             1231      Property, housing and land managers
             1232      Garage managers and proprietors
             1233      Hairdressing and beauty salon managers and proprietors
             1234      Shopkeepers and wholesale/retail dealers
             1235      Recycling and refuse disposal managers
             1239      Managers and proprietors in other services n.e.c.
             2111      Chemists
             2112      Biological scientists and biochemists
             2113      Physicists, geologists and meteorologists
             2121      Civil engineers
             2122      Mechanical engineers
             2123      Electrical engineers
             2124      Electronics engineers
             2125      Chemical engineers

             2126      Design and development engineers
             2127      Production and process engineers
             2128      Planning and quality control engineers
             2129      Engineering professionals n.e.c.
             2131      IT strategy and planning professionals
             2132      Software professionals
             2211      Medical practitioners
             2212      Psychologists
             2213      Pharmacists/pharmacologists




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             2214      Ophthalmic opticians
             2215      Dental practitioners
             2216      Veterinarians
             2311      Higher education teaching professionals
             2312      Further education teaching professionals
             2313      Education officers, school inspectors
             2314      Secondary education teaching professionals
             2315      Primary and nursery education teaching professionals
             2316      Special needs education teaching professionals
             2317      Registrars and senior administrators of educational establishments
             2319      Teaching professionals n.e.c.
             2321      Scientific researchers
             2322      Social science researchers
             2329      Researchers n.e.c.
             2411      Solicitors and lawyers, judges and coroners
             2419      Legal professionals n.e.c.
             2421      Chartered and certified accountants
             2422      Management accountants
             2423      Management consultants, actuaries, economists and statisticians
             2431      Architects
             2432      Town planners
             2433      Quantity surveyors
             2434      Chartered surveyors (not quantity surveyors)
             2441      Public service administrative professionals
             2442      Social workers
             2443      Probation officers
             2444      Clergy
             2451      Librarians
             2452      Archivists and curators
             3111      Laboratory technicians
             3112      Electrical/electronics technicians
             3113      Engineering technicians
             3114      Building and civil engineering technicians
             3115      Quality assurance technicians
             3119      Science and engineering technicians n.e.c.
             3121      Architectural technologists and town planning technicians
             3122      Draughtspersons
             3123      Building inspectors
             3131      IT operations technicians
             3132      IT user support technicians
             3211      Nurses
             3212      Midwives

             3213      Paramedics
             3214      Medical radiographers
             3215      Chiropodists
             3216      Dispensing opticians

             3217      Pharmaceutical dispensers
             3218      Medical and dental technicians
             3221      Physiotherapists
             3222      Occupational therapists
             3223      Speech and language therapists
             3229      Therapists n.e.c.
             3231      Youth and community workers
             3232      Housing and welfare officers
             3311      NCOs and other ranks
             3312      Police officers (sergeant and below)
             3313      Fire service officers (leading fire officer and below)
             3314      Prison service officers (below principal officer)
             3319      Protective service associate professionals n.e.c.
             3411      Artists
             3412      Authors, writers
             3413      Actors, entertainers
             3414      Dancers and choreographers
             3415      Musicians
             3416      Arts officers, producers and directors
             3421      Graphic designers
             3422      Product, clothing and related designers
             3431      Journalists, newspaper and periodical editors
             3432      Broadcasting associate professionals
             3433      Public relations officers
             3434      Photographers and audio-visual equipment operators




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             3441      Sports players
             3442      Sports coaches, instructors and officials
             3443      Fitness instructors
             3449      Sports and fitness occupations n.e.c.
             3511      Air traffic controllers
             3512      Aircraft pilots and flight engineers
             3513      Ship and hovercraft officers
             3514      Train drivers
             3520      Legal associate professionals
             3531      Estimators, valuers and assessors
             3532      Brokers
             3533      Insurance underwriters
             3534      Finance and investment analysts/advisers
             3535      Taxation experts
             3536      Importers, exporters
             3537      Financial and accounting technicians
             3539      Business and related associate professionals n.e.c.
             3541      Buyers and purchasing officers
             3542      Sales representatives
             3543      Marketing associate professionals
             3544      Estate agents, auctioneers
             3551      Conservation and environmental protection officers
             3552      Countryside and park rangers
             3561      Public service associate professionals
             3562      Personnel and industrial relations officers
             3563      Vocational and industrial trainers and instructors
             3564      Careers advisers and vocational guidance specialists
             3565      Inspectors of factories, utilities and trading standards
             3566      Statutory examiners
             3567      Occupational hygienists and safety officers (health and safety)
             3568      Environmental health officers
             4111      Civil Service executive officers
             4112      Civil Service administrative officers and assistants
             4113      Local government clerical officers and assistants
             4114      Officers of non-governmental organisations
             4121      Credit controllers
             4122      Accounts and wages clerks, book-keepers, other financial clerks
             4123      Counter clerks
             4131      Filing and other records assistants/clerks
             4132      Pensions and insurance clerks
             4133      Stock control clerks
             4134      Transport and distribution clerks
             4135      Library assistants/clerks
             4136      Database assistants/clerks
             4137      Market research interviewers
             4141      Telephonists
             4142      Communication operators
             4150      General office assistants/clerks
             4211      Medical secretaries
             4212      Legal secretaries
             4213      School secretaries
             4214      Company secretaries
             4215      Personal assistants and other secretaries
             4216      Receptionists
             4217      Typists
             5111      Farmers

             5112      Horticultural trades
             5113      Gardeners and groundsmen/groundswomen
             5119      Agricultural and fishing trades n.e.c.
             5211      Smiths and forge workers
             5212      Moulders, core makers, die casters
             5213      Sheet metal workers
             5214      Metal plate workers, shipwrights, riveters
             5215      Welding trades
             5216      Pipe fitters
             5221      Metal machining setters and setter-operators
             5222      Tool makers, tool fitters and markers-out
             5223      Metal working production and maintenance fitters
             5224      Precision instrument makers and repairers
             5231      Motor mechanics, auto engineers
             5232      Vehicle body builders and repairers
             5233      Auto electricians




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             5234      Vehicle spray painters
             5241      Electricians, electrical fitters
             5242      Telecommunications engineers
             5243      Lines repairers and cable jointers
             5244      TV, video and audio engineers
             5245      Computer engineers, installation and maintenance
             5249      Electrical/electronics engineers n.e.c.
             5311      Steel erectors
             5312      Bricklayers, masons
             5313      Roofers, roof tilers and slaters
             5314      Plumbers, heating and ventilating engineers
             5315      Carpenters and joiners
             5316      Glaziers, window fabricators and fitters
             5319      Construction trades n.e.c.
             5321      Plasterers
             5322      Floorers and wall tilers
             5323      Painters and decorators
             5411      Weavers and knitters
             5412      Upholsterers
             5413      Leather and related trades
             5414      Tailors and dressmakers
             5419      Textiles, garments and related trades n.e.c.
             5421      Originators, compositors and print preparers
             5422      Printers

             5423      Bookbinders and print finishers
             5424      Screen printers
             5431      Butchers, meat cutters
             5432      Bakers, flour confectioners
             5433      Fishmongers, poultry dressers
             5434      Chefs, cooks
             5491      Glass and ceramics makers, decorators and finishers
             5492      Furniture makers, other craft woodworkers
             5493      Pattern makers (moulds)
             5494      Musical instrument makers and tuners
             5495      Goldsmiths, silversmiths, precious stone workers
             5496      Floral arrangers, florists
             5499      Hand craft occupations n.e.c.
             6111      Nursing auxiliaries and assistants
             6112      Ambulance staff (excluding paramedics)
             6113      Dental nurses
             6114      Houseparents and residential wardens
             6115      Care assistants and home carers
             6121      Nursery nurses
             6122      Childminders and related occupations
             6123      Playgroup leaders/assistants
             6124      Educational assistants
             6131      Veterinary nurses and assistants
             6139      Animal care occupations n.e.c.
             6211      Sports and leisure assistants
             6212      Travel agents
             6213      Travel and tour guides
             6214      Air travel assistants
             6215      Rail travel assistants
             6219      Leisure and travel service occupations n.e.c.
             6221      Hairdressers, barbers
             6222      Beauticians and related occupations
             6231      Housekeepers and related occupations
             6232      Caretakers
             6291      Undertakers and mortuary assistants
             6292      Pest control officers
             7111      Sales and retail assistants
             7112      Retail cashiers and check-out operators
             7113      Telephone salespersons
             7121      Collector salespersons and credit agents
             7122      Debt, rent and other cash collectors
             7123      Roundsmen/women and van salespersons
             7124      Market and street traders and assistants
             7125      Merchandisers and window dressers
             7129      Sales related occupations n.e.c.
             7211      Call centre agents/operators
             7212      Customer care occupations
             8111      Food, drink and tobacco process operatives




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             8112      Glass and ceramics process operatives
             8113      Textile process operatives
             8114      Chemical and related process operatives
             8115      Rubber process operatives
             8116      Plastics process operatives
             8117      Metal making and treating process operatives
             8118      Electroplaters
             8119      Process operatives n.e.c.
             8121      Paper and wood machine operatives
             8122      Coal mine operatives
             8123      Quarry workers and related operatives
             8124      Energy plant operatives
             8125      Metal working machine operatives
             8126      Water and sewerage plant operatives
             8129      Plant and machine operatives n.e.c.
             8131      Assemblers (electrical products)
             8132      Assemblers (vehicles and metal goods)
             8133      Routine inspectors and testers
             8134      Weighers, graders, sorters
             8135      Tyre, exhaust and windscreen fitters
             8136      Clothing cutters
             8137      Sewing machinists
             8138      Routine laboratory testers
             8139      Assemblers and routine operatives n.e.c.
             8141      Scaffolders, stagers, riggers
             8142      Road construction operatives
             8143      Rail construction and maintenance operatives
             8149      Construction operatives n.e.c.
             8211      Heavy goods vehicle drivers
             8212      Van drivers
             8213      Bus and coach drivers
             8214      Taxi, cab drivers and chauffeurs
             8215      Driving instructors
             8216      Rail transport operatives
             8217      Seafarers (merchant navy); barge, lighter and boat operatives
             8218      Air transport operatives
             8219      Transport operatives n.e.c.
             8221      Crane drivers
             8222      Fork-lift truck drivers
             8223      Agricultural machinery drivers
             8229      Mobile machine drivers and operatives n.e.c.
             9111      Farm workers
             9112      Forestry workers
             9119      Fishing and agriculture related occupations n.e.c.
             9121      Labourers in building and woodworking trades
             9129      Labourers in other construction trades n.e.c.
             9131      Labourers in foundries
             9132      Industrial cleaning process occupations
             9133      Printing machine minders and assistants
             9134      Packers, bottlers, canners, fillers
             9139      Labourers in process and plant operations n.e.c.
             9141      Stevedores, dockers and slingers
             9149      Other goods handling and storage occupations n.e.c.
             9211      Postal workers, mail sorters, messengers, couriers
             9219      Elementary office occupations n.e.c.
             9221      Hospital porters
             9222      Hotel porters
             9223      Kitchen and catering assistants
             9224      Waiters, Waitresses
             9225      Bar staff

             9226      Leisure and theme park attendants
             9229      Elementary personal services occupations n.e.c.
             9231      Window cleaners
             9232      Road sweepers
             9233      Cleaners, domestics

             9234      Launderers, dry cleaners, pressers
             9235      Refuse and salvage occupations
             9239      Elementary cleaning occupations n.e.c.
             9241      Security guards and related occupations
             9242      Traffic wardens
             9243      School crossing patrol attendants




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             9244      School mid-day assistants
             9245      Car park attendants
             9249      Elementary security occupations n.e.c.
             9251      Shelf fillers
             9259      Elementary sales occupations n.e.c.
             0010      Inadequately described

             0020      Occupation not stated
             0030      Retired


             0040      Student
             0050      Independent means
             0060      Permanently sick
             0070      Full time care of the home and/ or dependent relative
             0080      No previous job
             0090      Unemployed person with no other information




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         Classification of Occupations - 1990 - (OCC90)
         From January 1991 to December 2000
                                    Note that GROS coded to a component code and NOT to Standard Occupational Codes
              Code         Component code description
               001         General administrators - national government (Assistant Secretary level and above)
               002         Production, works and maintenance managers, works foremen
               003         Managers in building and contracting
               004         Transport managers
               005         Stores controllers
               006         Managers in warehousing and materials handling n.e.c.
               007         Credit controllers
               008         Office managers n.e.c.
               009         Managers n.e.c.
               010         Local government officers (administrative and executive functions)
               011         Welfare occupations n.e.c.
               012         General administrators - national government (HEO to Senior Principal level)
               013         Technologists n.e.c.
               014         Production, works and maintenance managers, works foremen
               015         Managers in building and contracting
               016         Clerks of works
               017         Managers in mining and public utilities
               018         Financial managers
               019         Marketing and sales managers and executives

               020        Buyers and purchasing officers (not retail)

               021        Advertising and PR executives
               022        Personnel and industrial relations officers
               023        Vocational and industrial trainers

               024        O and M, work study and OR officers
               025        Systems analysts, computer programmers
               026        Office managers n.e.c.
               027        Company secretaries
               028        Professional workers and related supporting management and administration n.e.c.
               029        Credit controllers

               030        Office managers n.e.c.
               031        Civil service executive officers
               032        Office managers n.e.c.
               033        Transport managers
               034        Stores controllers
               035        Managers in warehousing and materials handling n.e.c.
               036        UK armed forces
               037        Foreign and Commonwealth armed forces
               038        Policemen
               039        Firemen
               040        Prison officers (chief officers and above)
               041        Inspectors (statutory and similar)
               042        Farmers, horticulturists, farm managers
               043        Managers n.e.c.
               044        Property and estate managers
               045        Garage proprietors
               046        Hairdressers, barbers
               047        Hotel and residential club managers
               048        Proprietors and managers, service flats, holiday flats, caravan sites, etc.
               049        Managers n.e.c.
               050        Restaurateurs
               051        Publicans
               052        Club stewards
               053        Managers n.e.c.

               054        Entertainment and sports managers
               055        Office managers n.e.c.
               056        Butchers, meat cutters
               057        Fishmongers, poultry dressers
               058        Literary, artistic and sports workers n.e.c.
               059        Other proprietors and managers (sales)
               060        Managers of laundry and dry cleaning receiving shops
               061        Officials of trade associations, trade unions, professional bodies and charities
               062        Professional workers and related supporting management and administration n.e.c.




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               063        Managers n.e.c.
               064        Managers n.e.c.
               065        Chemical scientists
               066        Biological scientists, biochemists
               067        Physical and geological scientists, mathematicians
               068        Physical and geological scientists, mathematicians
               069        Civil, structural, municipal, mining and quarrying engineers
               070        Mechanical and aeronautical engineers
               071        Electrical engineers
               072        Electronic engineers
               073        Systems analysts, computer programmers
               074        Electronic engineers
               075        Chemical engineers
               076        Industrial designers (not clothing)
               077        Design and development engineers (mechanical)
               078        Electrical engineers
               079        Electronic engineers
               080        Production engineers
               081        Planning and quality control engineers
               082        Inspectors (statutory and similar)
               083        Engineers n.e.c.
               084        Metallurgists
               085        Technologists n.e.c.
               086        Technical and related workers n.e.c.
               087        Medical practitioners
               088        Pharmacists
               089        Biological scientists, biochemists
               090        Ophthalmic and dispensing opticians
               091        Dental practitioners
               092        Veterinarians
               093        University academic staff
               094        Teachers in establishments for further and higher education
               095        Teachers in establishments for further and higher education
               096        Education officers, school inspectors
               097        Teachers n.e.c.
               098        Professional and related in education, welfare and health n.e.c.
               099        Teachers n.e.c.
               100        Teachers n.e.c.
               101        Professional and related in education, welfare and health n.e.c.
               102        Judges, barristers, advocates, solicitors
               103        Judges, barristers, advocates, solicitors
               104        Judges, barristers, advocates, solicitors

               105        Chartered and certified accountants
               106        Cost and works accountants
               107        Economists, statisticians, actuaries
               108        Management consultants

               109        Architects, town planners
               110        Architects, town planners
               111        Building, land and mining surveyors
               112        Librarians, information officers
               113        Professional workers and related supporting management and administration n.e.c.
               114        Social and behavioural scientists
               115        Social and behavioural scientists
               116        Clergy, ministers of religion
               117        Welfare occupations n.e.c.
               118        Laboratory technicians
               119        Engineering technicians, technician engineers
               120        Engineering technicians, technician engineers
               121        Architectural and town planning technicians
               122        Building and civil engineering technicians
               123        Technical and related workers n.e.c.
               124        Draughtsmen
               125        Building inspectors
               126        Quantity surveyors
               127        Technical and related workers n.e.c.
               128        Systems analysts, computer programmers
               129        Air traffic planners and controllers
               130        Aircraft flight deck officers
               131        Deck, engineering and radio officers and pilots, ship
               132        Technical and related workers n.e.c.
               133        Nurse administrators, nurses




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               134        Midwives
               135        Medical radiographers
               136        Physiotherapists
               137        Chiropodists
               138        Ophthalmic and dispensing opticians
               139        Medical technicians, dental auxiliaries
               140        Social and behavioural scientists
               141        Therapists n.e.c.
               142        Environmental health officers
               143        Professional and related in education, welfare and health n.e.c.
               144        Legal service and related occupations
               145        Estimators
               146        Valuers, claims assessors
               147        Valuers, claims assessors
               148        Underwriters, brokers, investment analysts
               149        Taxation experts
               150        Personnel and industrial relations officers
               151        O and M, work study and OR officers
               152        Matrons, houseparents
               153        Welfare occupations n.e.c.
               154        Authors, writers, journalists
               155        Artists, commercial artists
               156        Draughtsmen
               157        Industrial designers (not clothing)
               158        Clothing designers
               159        Actors, entertainers, singers, stage managers
               160        Musicians
               161        Photographers, cameramen
               162        Sound and vision equipment operators
               163        Professional sportsmen, sports officials
               164        Librarians, information officers
               165        Vocational and industrial trainers
               166        Professional and related in education, welfare and health n.e.c.
               167        Driving instructors (not HGV)
               168        Inspectors (statutory and similar)
               169        Inspectors (statutory and similar)
               170        Welfare occupations n.e.c.
               171        Professional workers and related supporting management and administration n.e.c.
               172        Technical and related workers n.e.c.
               173        Other clerks and cashiers (not retail)
               174        Other clerks and cashiers (not retail)
               175        Other clerks and cashiers (not retail)
               176        Other clerks and cashiers (not retail)
               177        Other clerks and cashiers (not retail)
               178        Other clerks and cashiers (not retail)
               179        Other clerks and cashiers (not retail)
               180        Other clerks and cashiers (not retail)
               181        Stores and despatch clerks
               182        Storekeepers, warehousemen
               183        Typists, shorthand writers, secretaries
               184        Typists, shorthand writers, secretaries
               185        Typists, shorthand writers, secretaries
               186        Managers' personal assistants
               187        Typists, shorthand writers, secretaries
               188        Receptionists
               189        Telephonist receptionists

               190        Telephone operators
               191        Radio and telegraph operators
               192        Office machine operators
               193        Tracers, drawing office assistants
               194        Bricklayers, tile setters
               195        Masons, stone cutters
               196        Roofers, glaziers
               197        Plasterers
               198        Roofers, glaziers
               199        Builders (so described)
               200        Scaffolders, stagers
               201        Riggers
               202        Construction workers n.e.c.
               203        Carpet fitters
               204        Other making and repairing - Clothing and related products
               205        Bricklayers, tile setters




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               206        Construction workers n.e.c.
               207        Painters and decorators n.e.c., french polishers
               208        Handymen, general building workers
               209        Press and machine tool setters
               210        Centre lathe turners
               211        Machine tool setter operators
               212        Machine tool operators
               213        Press and machine tool setters
               214        Machine tool setter operators
               215        Machine tool operators
               216        Press and machine tool setters
               217        Machine tool setter operators
               218        Machine tool operators
               219        Press and machine tool setters
               220        Machine tool setter operators
               221        Tool makers, tool fitters, markers-out
               222        Metal working production fitters and fitter/machinists
               223        Maintenance fitters (aircraft engines)
               224        Precision instrument makers and repairers
               225        Watch and chronometer makers and repairers
               226        Goldsmiths, silversmiths, precious stone workers
               227        Press and machine tool setters
               228        Machine tool setter operators
               229        Production fitters (electrical, electronic)

               230        Electricians, electrical maintenance fitters
               231        Electrical engineers (so described)
               232        Telephone fitters
               233        Cable jointers, linesmen
               234        Radio and TV mechanics
               235        Other electronic maintenance engineers
               236        Other electronic maintenance engineers
               237        Smiths, forgemen
               238        Moulders, coremakers, die casters
               239        Plumbers, heating and ventilating fitters, gas fitters
               240        Sheet metal workers
               241        Metal plate workers, shipwrights, riveters
               242        Steel erectors, benders, fixers
               243        Steel erectors, benders, fixers
               244        Welders
               245        Motor mechanics, auto engineers
               246        Other motor drivers
               247        Coach and vehicle body builders
               248        Sheet metal workers
               249        Electricians, electrical maintenance fitters
               250        Other metal, jewellery, electrical production workers
               251        Weavers
               252        Knitters
               253        Warp preparers
               254        Bleachers, dyers, finishers
               255        Menders, darners
               256        Sewers, embroiderers
               257        Other making and repairing - Clothing and related products
               258        Coach trimmers, upholsterers, mattress makers
               259        Shoe repairers
               260        Leather cutters and sewers, footwear lasters, makers, finishers
               261        Other making and repairing - Leather
               262        Tailors, tailoresses, dressmakers
               263        Clothing cutters, milliners, furriers
               264        Other making and repairing - Clothing and related products
               265        Compositors
               266        Electrotypers, stereotypers, printing plate and cylinder preparers
               267        Printers (so described)
               268        Bookbinders and finishers
               269        Screen and block printers
               270        Other making and repairing - Paper goods and printing
               271        Engravers, etchers (printing)
               272        Carpenters, joiners
               273        Cabinet makers
               274        Case and box makers
               275        Pattern makers (moulds)
               276        Other making and repairing - Wood
               277        Bakers, flour confectioners




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               278        Butchers, meat cutters
               279        Fishmongers, poultry dressers
               280        Glass formers and shapers, finishers, decorators
               281        Casters and other pottery makers
               282        Other making and repairing - Glass and ceramics
               283        Glass formers and shapers, finishers, decorators
               284        Other making and repairing - Glass and ceramics
               285        Pottery decorators
               286        Painting, assembling and related occupations n.e.c.
               287        Dental technicians
               288        Musical instrument makers, piano tuners
               289        Gardeners, groundsmen
               290        Horticultural workers
               291        Coach painters (so described)
               292        Other spray painters
               293        Face-trained coalmining workers
               294        Office machinery mechanics
               295        Other making and repairing - All other (excluding metal and electrical) n.e.c.
               296        Other metal, jewellery, electrical production workers
               297        Construction workers n.e.c.
               298        UK armed forces
               299        Foreign and Commonwealth armed forces
               300        Policemen
               301        Firemen
               302        Prison officers
               303        Inspectors (statutory and similar)
               304        Traffic wardens
               305        Security guards and officers, patrolmen, watchmen
               306        Security and protective service workers n.e.c.
               307        Chefs, cooks
               308        Waiters, waitresses
               309        Barmen, barmaids
               310        Travel stewards and attendants
               311        Railway stationmen
               312        Nurse administrators, nurses
               313        Hospital, ward orderlies
               314        Ambulancemen
               315        Nurse administrators, nurses
               316        Hospital, ward orderlies
               317        Nursery nurses
               318        Playgroup leaders
               319        Other domestic and school helpers
               320        Other domestic and school helpers
               321        Service workers n.e.c.
               322        Hairdressers, barbers
               323        Service workers n.e.c.
               324        Domestic housekeepers
               325        Other domestic and school helpers
               326        Housekeepers (non-domestic)
               327        Caretakers
               328        Launderers, dry cleaners, pressers
               329        Undertakers
               330        Bookmakers, betting shop managers
               331        Literary, artistic and sports workers n.e.c.
               332        Service workers n.e.c.
               333        Buyers (retail trade)
               334        Buyers and purchasing officers (not retail)
               335        Importers, exporters, commodity brokers
               336        Importers, exporters, commodity brokers
               337        Sales representatives

               338        Sales representatives (property and services), other agents
               339        Shop salesmen and assistants
               340        Retail shop cashiers, check-out and cash and wrap operators
               341        Petrol pump, forecourt attendants
               342        Credit agents, collector salesmen

               343        Roundsmen, van salesmen
               344        Market and street traders and assistants
               345        Scrap dealers, general dealers, rag and bone merchants
               346        Literary, artistic and sports workers n.e.c.
               347        Shelf fillers
               348        Window dressers




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               349        Literary, artistic and sports workers n.e.c.
               350        Other clerks and cashiers (not retail)
               351        Sales representatives (property and services), other agents
               352        Other material processing - Bakery and confectionery workers
               353        Brewery and vinery process workers
               354        Other material processing - Tobacco

               355        Other material processing - Food and drink n.e.c.
               356        Tannery production workers


               357        Preparatory fibre processors
               358        Spinners, doublers, twisters
               359        Winders, reelers
               360        Other material processing - Textiles
               361        Chemical, gas and petroleum process plant operators
               362        Paper, paperboard and leatherboard workers
               363        Other material processing - Wood and paper
               364        Cutting and slitting machine operators (paper and paper products making)
               365        Other making and repairing - Paper goods and printing
               366        Glass and ceramics furnacemen, kilnsetters
               367        Rubber process workers, moulding machine operators, tyre builders
               368        Other making and repairing - Rubber
               369        Calender and extruding machine operators, moulders (plastics)
               370        Other making and repairing - Plastics
               371        Man-made fibre makers
               372        Other material processing - All other (excluding metal) n.e.c.
               373        Furnace operating occupations (metal)
               374        Metal drawers
               375        Rollermen
               376        Annealers, hardeners, temperers (metal)
               377        Electroplaters
               378        Galvanizers, tin platers, dip platers
               379        Metal making and treating workers n.e.c.
               380        Machine tool operators
               381        Press, stamping and automatic machine operators
               382        Metal polishers
               383        Fettlers, dressers
               384        Shot blasters
               385        Electronics wiremen
               386        Coil winders
               387        Assemblers (electrical, electronic)
               388        Assemblers (vehicles and other metal goods)
               389        Instrument assemblers
               390        Assemblers in paper production, processing and printing
               391        Assemblers (plastics goods)
               392        Painting, assembling and related occupations n.e.c.
               393        Inspectors, viewers (metal, electrical goods)
               394        Inspectors, viewers, examiners - Textiles
               395        Inspectors, viewers, examiners - Food
               396        Inspectors, viewers, examiners - Rubber goods
               397        Inspectors, viewers, examiners - Plastics goods
               398        Inspectors, viewers, examiners - Woodwork
               399        Inspectors, sorters in paper production, processing and printing
               400        Packers, bottlers, canners, fillers
               401        Weighers
               402        Graders, sorters, selectors n.e.c.
               403        Laboratory assistants
               404        Painting, assembling and related occupations n.e.c.
               405        Bus inspectors
               406        Other foremen road transport
               407        Drivers of road goods vehicles
               408        Bus and coach drivers
               409        Other motor drivers
               410        Bus conductors
               411        Deck, engine-room hands, bargemen, lightermen, boatmen
               412        Other foremen rail transport
               413        Railway guards
               414        Drivers, motormen, secondmen, railway engines
               415        Signalmen and crossing keepers, railway
               416        Shunters, pointsmen
               417        Mechanical plant drivers, operators (earth moving and civil engineering)
               418        Crane drivers, operators




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               419        Fork lift, mechanical truck drivers
               420        Workers in transport operating, materials moving and storing and related n.e.c.
               421        Washers, screeners and crushers in mines and quarries
               422        Printing machine minders and assistants
               423        Sewage plant attendants
               424        Boiler operators
               425        Plant operators and attendants n.e.c.
               426        Oilers, greasers, lubricators
               427        Mains and service layers, pipe jointers
               428        Handymen, general building workers
               429        Construction workers n.e.c.
               430        Sawyers, veneer cutters, woodworking machinists
               431        Miners (not coal), quarrymen, well drillers
               432        Other making and repairing - All other (excluding metal and electrical) n.e.c.
               433        Other metal, jewellery, electrical production workers
               434        Farm workers
               435        Agricultural machinery drivers, operators
               436        All other in farming and related
               437        Fishermen
               438        Forestry workers
               439        Labourers and unskilled workers n.e.c. - Coal mines
               440        Labourers and unskilled workers n.e.c. - Foundries in engineering and allied trades
               441        Labourers and unskilled workers n.e.c. - Engineering and allied trades
               442        Other metal, jewellery, electrical production workers
               443        Labourers and unskilled workers n.e.c. - Textiles (not textile goods)
               444        Labourers and unskilled workers n.e.c. - Chemicals and allied trades
               445        Labourers and unskilled workers n.e.c. - Coke ovens and gas works
               446        Labourers and unskilled workers n.e.c. - Glass and ceramics
               447        Labourers and unskilled workers n.e.c. - Other
               448        Labourers and mates to woodworking craftsmen
               449        Craftsmen's mates
               450        Railway lengthmen
               451        Road surfacers, concreters
               452        Roadmen
               453        Paviors, kerb layers
               454        Building and civil engineering labourers
               455        Construction workers n.e.c.
               456        Stevedores, dockers
               457        Goods porters
               458        Slingers
               459        Refuse collectors, dustmen
               460        Drivers' mates
               461        Postmen, mail sorters
               462        Messengers
               463        Travel stewards and attendants
               464        Hospital porters
               465        Hotel porters
               466        Kitchen porters, hands
               467        Counter hands, assistants
               468        Shelf fillers
               469        Lift and car park attendants
               470        Cleaners, window cleaners, chimney sweeps, road sweepers
               471        Cleaners, window cleaners, chimney sweeps, road sweepers
               472        Other domestic and school helpers
               473        Cleaners, window cleaners, chimney sweeps, road sweepers
               474        Service workers n.e.c.
               475        Labourers and unskilled workers n.e.c. - Other
               476        All other in miscellaneous occupations n.e.c.
               477        Hospital, ward orderlies
               478        Chemical, gas and petroleum process plant operators
               479        Inadequately described occupations
               480        Occupations not stated
               491        Student, schoolboy etc
               492        Independent/private means
               493        Permanently sick
               494        Full time carer/housewife
               495        No previous job
               496        Not stated




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                     Classification of Occupations - 1980 - (OCC80)
                     From January 1980 to December 1990

                          Code      Description
                           001      Judges, barristers, advocates, solicitors
                           002      Chartered and certified accountants
                           003      Cost and works accountants
                           004      Estimators
                           005      Valuers, claims assessors
                           006      Financial managers
                           007      Underwriters, brokers, investment analysts
                           008      Taxation experts
                           009      Personnel and industrial relations officers
                           010      O and M, work study and OR officers
                           011      Economists, statisticians, actuaries
                           012      Systems analysts, computer programmers
                           013      Marketing and sales managers and executives
                           014      Advertising and PR executives
                           015      Buyers (retail trade)
                           016      Buyers and purchasing officers (not retail)
                           017      Environmental health officers
                           018      Building inspectors
                           019      Inspectors (statutory and similar)
                                    General administrators - national government (Assistant Secretary level and
                           020      above)

                           021      General administrators - national government (HEO to Senior Principal level)
                           022      Local government officers (administrative and executive functions)
                           023      Company secretaries

                           024      Officials of trade associations, trade unions, professional bodies and charities
                           025      Property and estate managers
                           026      Librarians, information officers
                           027      Legal service and related occupations
                           028      Management consultants
                           029      Managers' personal assistants
                                    Professional workers and related supporting management and administration
                           030      n.e.c.
                           031      University academic staff
                           032      Teachers in establishments for further and higher education
                           033      Teachers n.e.c.
                           034      Vocational and industrial trainers
                           035      Education officers, school inspectors
                           036      Social and behavioural scientists
                           037      Matrons, houseparents
                           038      Playgroup leaders
                           039      Welfare occupations n.e.c.
                           040      Clergy, ministers of religion
                           041      Medical practitioners
                           042      Dental practitioners
                           043      Nurse administrators, nurses
                           044      Pharmacists
                           045      Medical radiographers
                           046      Ophthalmic and dispensing opticians
                           047      Physiotherapists
                           048      Chiropodists
                           049      Therapists n.e.c.
                           050      Medical technicians, dental auxiliaries
                           051      Veterinarians
                           052      Driving instructors (not HGV)
                           053      Professional and related in education, welfare and health n.e.c.

                           054      Authors, writers, journalists
                           055      Artists, commercial artists
                           056      Industrial designers (not clothing)
                           057      Clothing designers
                           058      Window dressers
                           059      Actors, entertainers, singers, stage managers
                           060      Musicians
                           061      Photographers, cameramen
                           062      Sound and vision equipment operators




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                           063     Professional sportsmen, sports officials
                           064     Literary, artistic and sports workers n.e.c.
                           065     Biological scientists, biochemists
                           066     Chemical scientists
                           067     Physical and geological scientists, mathematicians
                           068     Civil, structural, municipal, mining and quarrying engineers
                           069     Mechanical and aeronautical engineers
                           070     Design and development engineers (mechanical)
                           071     Electrical engineers
                           072     Electronic engineers
                           073     Chemical engineers
                           074     Production engineers
                           075     Planning and quality control engineers
                           076     Engineers n.e.c.
                           077     Metallurgists
                           078     Technologists n.e.c.
                           079     Draughtsmen
                           080     Laboratory technicians
                           081     Engineering technicians, technician engineers
                           082     Architects, town planners
                           083     Quantity surveyors
                           084     Building, land and mining surveyors
                           085     Aircraft flight deck officers
                           086     Air traffic planners and controllers
                           087     Deck, engineering and radio officers and pilots, ship
                           088     Architectural and town planning technicians
                           089     Building and civil engineering technicians
                           090     Technical and related workers n.e.c.
                           091     Production, works and maintenance managers, works foremen
                           092     Managers in building and contracting
                           093     Clerks of works
                           094     Managers in mining and public utilities
                           095     Transport managers
                           096     Stores controllers
                           097     Managers in warehousing and materials handling n.e.c.
                           098     Credit controllers
                           099     Office managers n.e.c.
                           100     Garage proprietors
                               101 Other proprietors and managers (sales)
                               102 Hotel and residential club managers
                           103     Publicans
                           104     Restaurateurs

                           105      Club stewards
                           106      Entertainment and sports managers
                           107      Farmers, horticulturists, farm managers
                           108      Prison officers (chief officers and above)
                                    Proprietors and managers, service flats, holiday flats,caravan sites,
                           109      etc.caravan sites, etc.
                           110      Managers of laundry and dry cleaning receiving shops
                           111      Managers n.e.c.
                           112      Civil service executive officers
                           113      Stores and despatch clerks
                           114      Tracers, drawing office assistants
                           115      Other clerks and cashiers (not retail)
                           116      Retail shop cashiers, check-out and cash and wrap operators
                           117      Receptionists
                           118      Typists, shorthand writers, secretaries
                           119      Office machine operators
                           120      Telephonist receptionists
                           121      Telephone operators
                           122      Radio and telegraph operators
                           123      Postmen, mail sorters
                           124      Messengers
                           125      Shop salesmen and assistants
                           126      Shelf fillers
                           127      Petrol pump, forecourt attendants
                           128      Roundsmen, van salesmen
                           129      Importers, exporters, commodity brokers
                           130      Market and street traders and assistants
                           131      Scrap dealers, general dealers, rag and bone merchants
                           132      Credit agents, collector salesmen
                           133      Sales representatives




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                           134      Sales representatives (property and services), other agents
                           135      UK armed forces
                           136      Foreign and Commonwealth armed forces
                           137      Policemen
                           138      Firemen
                           139      Prison officers
                           140      Security guards and officers, patrolmen, watchmen
                           141      Traffic wardens
                           142      Security and protective service workers n.e.c.
                           143      Chefs, cooks
                           144      Waiters, waitresses
                           145      Barmen, barmaids
                           146      Counter hands, assistants
                           147      Kitchen porters, hands
                           148      Housekeepers (non-domestic)
                           149      Domestic housekeepers
                           150      Nursery nurses
                           151      Other domestic and school helpers
                           152      Travel stewards and attendants
                           153      Hospital porters
                           154      Hotel porters
                           155      Ambulancemen
                           156      Hospital, ward orderlies
                           157      Caretakers
                           158      Cleaners, window cleaners, chimney sweeps, road sweepers
                           159      Hairdressers, barbers
                           160      Railway stationmen
                           161      Lift and car park attendants
                           162      Launderers, dry cleaners, pressers
                           163      Undertakers
                           164      Bookmakers, betting shop managers
                           165      Service workers n.e.c.
                           166      Farm workers
                           167      Horticultural workers
                           168      Gardeners, groundsmen
                           169      Agricultural machinery drivers, operators
                           170      Forestry workers
                           171      Fishermen
                           172      All other in farming and related
                           173      Tannery production workers
                           174      Shoe repairers
                           175      Leather cutters and sewers, footwear lasters, makers, finishers
                           176      Preparatory fibre processors
                           177      Spinners, doublers, twisters
                           178      Winders, reelers
                           179      Warp preparers
                           180      Weavers
                           181      Knitters
                           182      Bleachers, dyers, finishers
                           183      Menders, darners
                           184      Chemical, gas and petroleum process plant operators
                           185      Bakers, flour confectioners
                           186      Butchers, meat cutters
                           187      Fishmongers, poultry dressers
                           188      Paper, paperboard and leatherboard workers
                           189      Bookbinders and finishers

                           190      Cutting and slitting machine operators (paper and paper products making)
                           191      Glass and ceramics furnacemen, kilnsetters
                           192      Glass formers and shapers, finishers, decorators
                           193      Casters and other pottery makers
                           194      Rubber process workers, moulding machine operators, tyre builders
                           195      Calender and extruding machine operators, moulders (plastics)
                           196      Man-made fibre makers
                           197      Brewery and vinery process workers
                           198      Washers, screeners and crushers in mines and quarries
                           199      Other material processing - Textiles
                           200      Other material processing - Bakery and confectionery workers
                           201      Other material processing - Tobacco
                           202      Other material processing - Food and drink n.e.c.
                           203      Other material processing - Wood and paper
                           204      Other material processing - All other (excluding metal) n.e.c.
                           205      Compositors




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                           206      Electrotypers, stereotypers, printing plate and cylinder preparers
                           207      Printing machine minders and assistants
                           208      Screen and block printers
                           209      Printers (so described)
                           210      Tailors, tailoresses, dressmakers
                           211      Clothing cutters, milliners, furriers
                           212      Sewers, embroiderers
                           213      Coach trimmers, upholsterers, mattress makers
                           214      Carpenters, joiners
                           215      Cabinet makers
                           216      Case and box makers
                           217      Pattern makers (moulds)
                           218      Sawyers, veneer cutters, woodworking machinists
                           219      Labourers and mates to woodworking craftsmen
                           220      Dental technicians
                           221      Carpet fitters
                           222      Musical instrument makers, piano tuners
                           223      Other making and repairing - Glass and ceramics
                           224      Other making and repairing - Wood
                           225      Other making and repairing - Leather
                           226      Other making and repairing - Clothing and related products
                           227      Other making and repairing - Paper goods and printing
                           228      Other making and repairing - Rubber
                           229      Other making and repairing - Plastics

                           230      Other making and repairing - All other (excluding metal and electrical) n.e.c.
                           231      Furnace operating occupations (metal)
                           232      Rollermen
                           233      Smiths, forgemen
                           234      Metal drawers
                           235      Moulders, coremakers, die casters
                           236      Electroplaters
                           237      Annealers, hardeners, temperers (metal)
                           238      Press and machine tool setters
                           239      Centre lathe turners
                           240      Machine tool setter operators
                           241      Machine tool operators
                           242      Press, stamping and automatic machine operators
                           243      Metal polishers
                           244      Fettlers, dressers
                           245      Tool makers, tool fitters, markers-out
                           246      Precision instrument makers and repairers
                           247      Watch and chronometer makers and repairers
                           248      Metal working production fitters and fitter/machinists
                           249      Motor mechanics, auto engineers
                           250      Maintenance fitters (aircraft engines)
                           251      Office machinery mechanics
                           252      Production fitters (electrical, electronic)
                           253      Electricians, electrical maintenance fitters
                           254      Electrical engineers (so described)
                           255      Plant operators and attendants n.e.c.
                           256      Telephone fitters
                           257      Cable jointers, linesmen
                           258      Radio and TV mechanics
                           259      Other electronic maintenance engineers
                           260      Plumbers, heating and ventilating fitters, gas fitters
                           261      Sheet metal workers
                           262      Metal plate workers, shipwrights, riveters
                           263      Steel erectors, benders, fixers
                           264      Scaffolders, stagers
                           265      Welders
                           266      Goldsmiths, silversmiths, precious stone workers
                           267      Engravers, etchers (printing)
                           268      Coach and vehicle body builders
                           269      Galvanizers, tin platers, dip platers
                           270      Metal making and treating workers n.e.c.
                           271      Oilers, greasers, lubricators
                           272      Riggers
                           273      Electronics wiremen
                           274      Coil winders
                           275      Shot blasters
                           276      Other metal, jewellery, electrical production workers
                           277      Foremen (engineering and allied trades)




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                           278      Trainee craftsmen (engineering and allied trades)
                           279      Pottery decorators
                           280      Coach painters (so described)
                           281      Other spray painters
                           282      Painters and decorators n.e.c., french polishers
                           283      Assemblers (electrical, electronic)
                           284      Instrument assemblers
                           285      Assemblers (vehicles and other metal goods)
                           286      Inspectors, viewers (metal, electrical goods)
                           287      Packers, bottlers, canners, fillers
                           288      Laboratory assistants
                           289      Inspectors, viewers, examiners - Textiles
                           290      Inspectors, viewers, examiners - Food
                           291      Inspectors, viewers, examiners - Rubber goods
                           292      Inspectors, viewers, examiners - Plastics goods
                           293      Inspectors, viewers, examiners - Woodwork
                           294      Inspectors, sorters in paper production, processing and printing
                           295      Assemblers in paper production, processing and printing
                           296      Assemblers (plastics goods)
                           297      Weighers
                           298      Graders, sorters, selectors n.e.c.
                           299      Painting, assembling and related occupations n.e.c.
                           300      Bricklayers, tile setters
                           301      Masons, stone cutters
                           302      Plasterers
                           303      Roofers, glaziers
                           304      Handymen, general building workers
                           305      Builders (so described)
                           306      Railway lengthmen
                           307      Road surfacers, concreters
                           308      Roadmen
                           309      Paviors, kerb layers
                           310      Sewage plant attendants
                           311      Mains and service layers, pipe jointers
                           312      Craftsmen's mates
                           313      Building and civil engineering labourers
                           314      Face-trained coalmining workers
                           315      Miners (not coal), quarrymen, well drillers
                           316      Construction workers n.e.c.
                           317      Deck, engine-room hands, bargemen, lightermen, boatmen
                           318      Other foremen rail transport
                           319      Drivers, motormen, secondmen, railway engines
                           320      Railway guards
                           321      Signalmen and crossing keepers, railway
                           322      Shunters, pointsmen
                           323      Bus inspectors
                           324      Other foremen road transport
                           325      Bus and coach drivers
                           326      Drivers of road goods vehicles
                           327      Other motor drivers
                           328      Bus conductors
                           329      Drivers' mates
                           330      Mechanical plant drivers, operators (earth moving and civil engineering)
                           331      Crane drivers, operators
                           332      Fork lift, mechanical truck drivers
                           333      Storekeepers, warehousemen
                           334      Stevedores, dockers
                           335      Goods porters
                           336      Refuse collectors, dustmen
                           337      Slingers
                                    Workers in transport operating, materials moving and storing and related
                           338      n.e.c.
                           339      Labourers and unskilled workers n.e.c. - Textiles (not textile goods)
                           340      Labourers and unskilled workers n.e.c. - Chemicals and allied trades
                           341      Labourers and unskilled workers n.e.c. - Coke ovens and gas works
                           342      Labourers and unskilled workers n.e.c. - Glass and ceramics
                                    Labourers and unskilled workers n.e.c. -Foundries in engineering and allied
                           343      trades
                           344      Labourers and unskilled workers n.e.c. - Engineering and allied trades
                           345      Labourers and unskilled workers n.e.c. - Coal mines
                           346      Labourers and unskilled workers n.e.c. - Other
                           347      Boiler operators
                           348      All other in miscellaneous occupations n.e.c.




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                           349      Inadequately described occupations
                           350      Not known
                           351      Midwives
                           360      Student; Schoolgirl; Schoolboy
                           361      Of Independent or Private Means
                           362      Permanently sick; Mentally handicapped; Physically handicapped
                                    Full time care of the home and/or dependent relatives;
                           363      Housewife/househusband
                           364      No previous job; School leaver no previous job
                                    Not stated; Retired with no other information; Wife or widow of; School leaver
                                    seeking work; Persons seeking work with no other information; Unemployed
                           365      persons when no other information available




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         Classification of Occupations - 1970 - (OCC70)
         From January 1974 to December 1979

              Code       Description
                1        Fishermen
                2        Farmers, farm managers, market gardeners
                3        Agricultural workers n.e.c.
                4        Agricultural machinery drivers
                5        Gardeners and groundsmen
                6        Foresters and woodmen
                7        Coal mine - workers underground
                8        Coal mine - workers above ground
                9        Workers below ground n.e.c.
               10        Surface workers n.e.c. - mines and quarries
               11        Furnacemen, coal gas and coke ovens
               12        Chemical production process workers n.e.c.
               13        Ceramic formers
               14        Glass formers, finishers and decorators
               15        Furnacemen, kilnmen, glass and ceramic
               16        Ceramics’ decorators and finishers
               17        Glass and ceramics production process workers n.e.c.
               18        Furnacemen - metal
               19        Rolling, tube mill operators, metal drawers

               20        Moulders and coremakers (foundry)

               21        Smiths, forgemen
               22        Metal making and treating workers n.e.c.
               23        Fettlers, metal dressers

               24        Radio and radar mechanics
               25        Installers and repairmen, telephone
               26        Linesmen, cable jointers
               27        Electricians
               28        Electrical and electronic fitters
               29        Assemblers (electrical and electronic)

               30        Electrical engineers (so described)
               31        Foremen (engineering and allied trades)
               32        Trainee craftsmen (engineering and allied trades)
               33        Sheet metal workers
               34        Steel erectors; riggers
               35        Metal plate workers; riveters
               36        Gas, electric welders, cutters; braziers
               37        Turners
               38        Machine tool setters, setter-operators n.e.c.
               39        Machine tool operators
               40        Toolmakers, tool room fitters
               41        Motor mechanics, auto engineers
               42        Maintenance fitters, maintenance engineers, millwrights
               43        Fitters n.e.c., machine erectors, etc.
               44        Electro-platers, dip platers and related workers
               45        Plumbers, gas fitters, lead burners
               46        Pipe fitters, heating engineers
               47        Press workers and stampers
               48        Metal workers n.e.c.
               49        Watch and chronometer makers and repairers
               50        Precision instrument makers and repairers
               51        Goldsmiths, silversmiths, jewellery makers
               52        Coach, carriage, wagon builders and repairers
               53        Inspectors (metal and electrical goods)

               54        Other metal making, working; jewellery and electrical production process workers
               55        Carpenters and joiners
               56        Cabinet makers
               57        Sawyers and wood working machinists
               58        Pattern makers
               59        Woodworkers n.e.c.
               60        Tanners; leather, fur dressers, fellmongers
               61        Shoemakers and shoe repairers
               62        Cutters, lasters, sewers, footwear and related workers




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                63       Leather products makers n.e.c.
                64       Fibre preparers
                65       Spinners, doublers, twisters
                66       Winders, reelers
                67       Warpers, sizers, drawers-in
                68       Weavers
                69       Knitters
                70       Bleachers and finishers of textiles
                71       Dyers of textiles
                72       Textile fabrics and related products makers and examiners n.e.c.
                73       Textile fabrics, etc. production process workers n.e.c.
                74       Tailors, dress, light clothing makers
                75       Upholsterers and related workers
                76       Hand and machine sewers and embroiderers, textile and light leather products
                77       Clothing and related products makers n.e.c.
                78       Bakers and pastry cooks
                79       Butchers and meat cutters
                80       Brewers, wine makers and related workers
                81       Food processors n.e.c.
                82       Tobacco preparers and products makers
                83       Makers of paper and paperboard
                84       Paper products makers
                85       Compositors
                86       Printing press operators
                87       Printers (so described)
                88       Printing workers n.e.c.
                89       Workers in rubber
                90       Workers in plastics
                91       Craftsmen n.e.c.
                92       Other production process workers
                93       Bricklayers, tile setters
                94       Masons, stone cutters, slate workers
                95       Plasterers, cement finishers, terrazzo workers
                96       Builders (so described); clerks of works
                97       Bricklayers’, etc., labourers n.e.c.
                98       Construction workers n.e.c.
                99       Aerographers, paint sprayers
               100       Painters, decorators n.e.c.
               101       Coach painters (so described)
               102       Boiler firemen
               103       Crane and hoist operators; slingers
               104       Operators of earth moving and other construction machinery n.e.c.

               105       Stationary engine, materials handling plant operators n.e.c.: oilers and greasers
               106       Railway lengthmen
               107       Labourers and unskilled workers n.e.c., Chemical and allied trades
               108       Labourers and unskilled workers n.e.c., Engineering and allied trades

               109       Labourers and unskilled workers n.e.c., Foundries in engineering and allied trades
               110       Labourers and unskilled workers n.e.c., Textiles (not textile goods)
               111       Labourers and unskilled workers n.e.c., Coke ovens and gas works
               112       Labourers and unskilled workers n.e.c., Glass and ceramics
               113       Labourers and unskilled workers n.e.c., Building and contracting
               114       Labourers and unskilled workers n.e.c., Other
               115       Deck, engineering officers and pilots, ship
               116       Deck and engineroom ratings, barge and boatmen
               117       Aircraft pilots, navigators and flight engineers
               118       Drivers, motormen, secondmen, railway engine
               119       Railway guards
               120       Drivers of buses, coaches
               121       Drivers of other road passenger vehicles
               122       Drivers of road goods vehicles
               123       Inspectors, supervisors, transport
               124       Shunters, pointsmen
               125       Signalmen and crossing keepers, railways
               126       Traffic controllers and dispatchers, transport
               127       Telephone operators
               128       Telegraph and radio operators
               129       Postmen, mail sorters
               130       Messengers
               131       Bus conductors
               132       Porters, ticket collectors, railway
               133       Stevedores, dock labourers




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               134       Lorry drivers’ mates, van guards
               135       Workers in transport and communication
               136       Warehousemen, storekeepers and assistants
               137       Packers, labellers and related workers
               138       Office managers n.e.c.
               139       Clerks, cashiers
               140       Office machine operators
               141       Typists, shorthand writers, secretaries
               142       Civil service executive officers
               143       Proprietors and managers, sales
               144       Shop salesmen and assistants
               145       Roundsmen (bread, milk, laundry, soft drinks)
               146       Street vendors, hawkers
               147       Garage proprietors
               148       Commercial travellers, manufacturers' agents
               149       Finance, insurance brokers, financial agents
               150       Salesmen, services; valuers, auctioneers
               151       Fire brigade officers and men
               152       Police officers and men
               153       Guards and related workers n.e.c.
               154       Publicans, innkeepers
               155       Barmen, barmaids
               156       Proprietors and managers boarding houses and hotels
               157       Housekeepers, stewards, matrons and housemothers
               158       Domestic housekeepers
               159       Restaurateurs
               160       Waiters and waitresses
               161       Canteen assistants, counter hands
               162       Cooks
               163       Kitchen hands
               164       Maids, valets and related service workers n.e.c.
               165       Caretakers, office keepers
               166       Charwomen, office cleaners; window cleaners, chimney sweeps
               167       Hairdressers, manicurists, beauticians
               168       Launderers, dry cleaners and pressers
               169       Athletes, sportsmen and related workers
               170       Hospital or ward orderlies; ambulancemen
               171       Proprietors and managers, service, sport and recreations n.e.c.
               172       Service, sport and recreation workers n.e.c.
               173       Ministers of the Crown; MPs (n.e.c.); senior government officials
               174       Local authority senior officers
               175       Managers in engineering and allied trades
               176       Managers in building and contracting
               177       Managers in mining and production n.e.c.
               178       Personnel managers
               179       Sales managers
               180       Managers n.e.c.
               181       Medical practitioners (qualified)
               182       Dental practitioners
               183       Nurses
               184       Pharmacists
               185       Radiographers (medical and industrial)
               186       Ophthalmic and dispensing opticians
               187       Chiropodists
               188       Physiotherapists
               189       Occupational therapists

               190       Public health inspectors
               191       Medical workers n.e.c.
               192       University teachers
               193       Primary and secondary school teachers
               194       Teachers n.e.c.
               195       Civil, structural, municipal engineers
               196       Mechanical engineers
               197       Electrical engineers
               198       Electronic engineers
               199       Work study, progress engineers
               200       Planning, production engineers
               201       Engineers n.e.c.
               202       Metallurgists
               203       Technologists n.e.c.
               204       Chemists
               205       Physical and biological scientists




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               206       Authors, journalists and related workers
               207       Stage managers, actors, entertainers, musicians
               208       Painters, sculptors and related creative artists
               209       Accountants, professional
               210       Company secretaries and registrars
               211       Surveyors
               212       Architects, town planners
               213       Clergy, ministers, members of religious orders
               214       Judges, barristers, advocates, solicitors
               215       Social welfare and related workers
               216       Officials of trade or professional associations
               217       Professional workers n.e.c.
               218       Draughtsmen
               219       Laboratory assistants, technicians
               220       Technical and related workers n.e.c.
               221       Armed Forces (UK)
               222       Armed Forces (Commonwealth and foreign)
               223       Inadequately described occupations




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