APPENDIX E
Occupation Codes

SCIENTISTS

 

Computer Scientists

052

Computer system analysts

053

Computer scientists, except system analysts

054

Information systems scientists or analysts

055

OTHER computer, information science occupations

088

Computer engineer - software

 

Mathematical Scientists

172

Mathematicians

173

Operations research analysts, modeling

174

Statisticians

176

OTHER mathematical scientists

 

Chemists

193

Chemists, except biochemists

 

Physicists

191

Astronomers

196

Physicists

 

Earth/Atmospheric/Marine Scientists

192

Atmospheric and space scientists

194

Geologists, including earth scientists

195

Oceanographers

198

OTHER physical scientists.

 

Agricultural/Environmental Scientists

021

Agricultural and food scientists

024

Forestry, conservation scientists

 

Biological Scientists

022

Biochemists and biophysicists

023

Biological scientists (e.g., botanists, ecologists, zoologists)

025

Medical scientists (excluding practitioners)

027

OTHER biological/life scientists

 

Health Scientists

111

Diagnosing/Treating Practitioners (e.g., dentists, optometrists, physicians, psychiatrists, podiatrists, surgeons, veterinarians)

112

Registered nurses, pharmacists, dieticians, therapists, physician assistants

114

OTHER health occupations

 

Social Scientists

231

Anthropologists

232

Economists

233

Historians, science and technology

235

Political scientists

237

Sociologists

238

OTHER social scientists

 

Psychologists

 

236

 

Psychologists, including clinical



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Doctoral Scientists and Engineers in the United States APPENDIX E Occupation Codes SCIENTISTS   Computer Scientists 052 Computer system analysts 053 Computer scientists, except system analysts 054 Information systems scientists or analysts 055 OTHER computer, information science occupations 088 Computer engineer - software   Mathematical Scientists 172 Mathematicians 173 Operations research analysts, modeling 174 Statisticians 176 OTHER mathematical scientists   Chemists 193 Chemists, except biochemists   Physicists 191 Astronomers 196 Physicists   Earth/Atmospheric/Marine Scientists 192 Atmospheric and space scientists 194 Geologists, including earth scientists 195 Oceanographers 198 OTHER physical scientists.   Agricultural/Environmental Scientists 021 Agricultural and food scientists 024 Forestry, conservation scientists   Biological Scientists 022 Biochemists and biophysicists 023 Biological scientists (e.g., botanists, ecologists, zoologists) 025 Medical scientists (excluding practitioners) 027 OTHER biological/life scientists   Health Scientists 111 Diagnosing/Treating Practitioners (e.g., dentists, optometrists, physicians, psychiatrists, podiatrists, surgeons, veterinarians) 112 Registered nurses, pharmacists, dieticians, therapists, physician assistants 114 OTHER health occupations   Social Scientists 231 Anthropologists 232 Economists 233 Historians, science and technology 235 Political scientists 237 Sociologists 238 OTHER social scientists   Psychologists   236   Psychologists, including clinical

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Doctoral Scientists and Engineers in the United States   ENGINEERS 082 Aeronautical, aerospace, astronautical 083 Agricultural 084 Bioengineering and biomedical 085 Chemical 086 Civil, including architectural and sanitary 087 Computer engineer - hardware 089 Electrical, electronic 090 Environmental 091 Industrial 092 Marine engineer or naval architect 093 Materials or metallurgical 094 Mechanical 095 Mining or geological 096 Nuclear 097 Petroleum 098 Sales 099 Other engineers   POSTSECONDARY TEACHERS OF SCIENCE 271 Agriculture 273 Biological Sciences 275 Chemistry 276 Computer Science 277 Earth, Environmental, and Marine Science 278 Economics 286 Mathematical Sciences 287 Medical Science 289 Physics 290 Political Science 291 Psychology 293 Sociology 296 OTHER health specialties 297 OTHER natural sciences 298 OTHER social sciences   POSTSECONDARY TEACHERS OF ENGINEERING 280 Engineering   OTHER TEACHERS/PROFESSORS 251 Pre-Kindergarten and kindergarten 252 Elementary 253 Secondary - computer, math, or sciences 254 Secondary - social sciences 255 Secondary - other subjects 256 Special education - primary and secondary 257 OTHER precollegiate area 272 Postsecondary, Art, Drama, and Music 274 Postsecondary, Business Commerce and Marketing 279 Postsecondary, Education 281 Postsecondary, English 282 Postsecondary, Foreign Language 283 Postsecondary, History 284 Postsecondary, Home Economics 285 Postsecondary, Law

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Doctoral Scientists and Engineers in the United States 288 Postsecondary, Physical Education 292 Postsecondary, Social Work 294 Postsecondary, Theology 295 Postsecondary, Trade and Industrial 299 OTHER Postsecondary   TOP/MID-LEVEL MANAGERS 141 Top and mid-level managers, executives, administrators (people who manage other managers)   MANAGEMENT-RELATED OCCUPATIONS 151 Accountants, auditors, and other financial specialists 152 Personnel, training, and labor relations specialists 153 OTHER management related occupations   TECHNOLOGISTS 026 Technologists and technicians in the biological/life sciences 051 Computer programmers (business, scientific, process control) 081 Architects 100 Electrical, electronic, industrial, mechanical 101 Drafting occupations, including computer drafting 102 Surveying and mapping 103 OTHER engineering technologists and technicians 104 Surveyors 113 Health Technologists & Technicians (e.g., dental hygienists, health record technologist/technicians, licensed practical nurses, medical or laboratory technicians, radiologic technologists/technicians) 175 Technologists and technicians in the mathematical sciences 197 Technologists and technicians in the physical sciences   OTHER OCCUPATIONS 010 Artists, Broadcasters, Editors, Entertainers, Public Relations Specialists, Writers 031 Accounting clerks, bookkeepers 032 Secretaries, receptionists, typists 033 OTHER administrative (e.g., record clerks, telephone operators) 040 Clergy and Other Religious Workers 070 Counselors, Educational and Vocational 110 Farmers, Foresters & Fishermen 120 Lawyers, Judges 130 Librarians, Archivists, Curators 171 Actuaries 200 Insurance, securities, real estate, and business services 201 Sales Occupations - Commodities Except Retail (e.g., industrial machinery/equipment/supplies, medical and dental equipment/supplies) 202 Sales Occupations - Retail (e.g., furnishings, clothing, motor vehicles, cosmetics) 203 OTHER marketing and sales occupations 221 Food Preparation and Service (e.g., cooks, waitresses, bartenders) 222 Protective services (e.g., fire fighters, police, guards) 223 OTHER service occupations, except health 234 Historians, except science and technology 240 Social Workers 401 Construction trades, miners and well drillers 402 Mechanics and repairers 403 Precision/production occupations (e.g., metal workers, woodworkers, butchers, bakers, printing occupations, tailors, shoemakers, photographic process) 404 Operators and related occupations (e.g., machine set-up, machine operators and tenders, fabricators, assemblers) 405 Transportation/material moving occupations 500 Other Occupations

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