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Manufacturing Sector Profile - Table B


Table B. U.S. Manufacturing Workers by Occupational Category, 2010

Occupational category Census 2010 Occupation Codes Estimated Population Represented by Sample % of U.S. Manufacturing Workforce
Management Occupations 0010-0430 1,630,867 11.2
Business and Financial Operations Occupations 0500-0950 408,156 2.8
Computer and Mathematical Occupations 1005-1240 421,814 2.9
Architecture and Engineering Occupations 1300-1560 1,113,045 7.7
Life, Physical, and Social Science Occupations 1600-1965 271,733 1.9
Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports and Media Occupations 2600-2960 280,046 1.9
Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance Occupations 4200-4250 133,552 0.9
Sales and Related Occupations 4700-4965 491,552 3.4
Office and Administrative Support Occupations 5000-5940 1,447,388 10.0
Construction and Extraction Occupations 6200-6940 272,033 1.9
Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Occupations 7000-7630 649,381 4.5
Production Occupations 7700-8965 6,256,138 43.1
Transportation and Material Moving Occupations 9000-9750 979,597 6.8
Other occupations   156,532 1.1
Total*   14,511,834 100

*The total number of Manufacturing workers represented by these occupational groups is slightly less than the total number of workers represented by the full industry sample due to missing values for occupation.

 
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