Integration Guide

A complete and intuitive guide to integrating your ATS with eQuest's Enterprise system (password protected).

  1. 1. Getting Started
    1. Introduction
    2. Things to Know
    3. Posting Flow Diagram
    4. What You'll Need From Us
    5. Integration Requirements
    6. Before Going Live
  2. 2. Jobs
    1. Uniqueness and Scope
    2. Parameters
  3. 3. Posting Interface
    1. Overview
    2. Control Parameters
    3. Request Processing
    4. Transactions
    5. Job Composition
    6. Return
    7. Error Handling
  4. 4. Candidate Responses
    1. Not Published
    2. URL Variables
    3. Candidate Sourcing
  5. 5. eQuest Advantage
    1. Authentication and Account Provisioning
    2. Test Credit Card Information
  6. Enumerations
    1. Classification Time
    2. Classification Type
    3. Compensation Currency
    4. Compensation Type
    5. Education
    6. Industry
    7. Function
    8. Country and State/Province Codes
    9. Interface Language
  7. Glossary
    1. Terms

1. Getting Started

1.1. Introduction

We've designed our API around existing, standard protocols that should be easy to interface with from any platform and framework. There's no place for ambiguity in a working integration, so both our API and this guide have been designed to minimize it.

Once a new integration request has been handed off to our integrations team, a new project is set up in our project tracking system. All integration related communication will take place within this system. Your login will be emailed to you.

The project site (Basecamp)

1.2. Things to Know

If you haven’t already an understanding of the following concepts, we encourage you to do a little preliminary reading before moving on. Here are some of the things you should know and how they relate to your integration with eQuest.

1.2.1 HTTP

Our standard interface is accessed over HTTPS. More specifically, an HTTPS POST containing a payload of parameters. This can easily be performed client-side via an HTML or Javascript form, or server-side via an HTTPS specific or general IP socket library — your language may provide a native library already.

If you’re a developer you’re likely fairly familiar with this protocol — but it’s worth mentioning to emphasize our integration’s dependency on proper, well-formed HTTPS requests.

1.2.2 Character Encoding

eQuest can handle job information in any written language, by storing all of our job data in the UTF-8 character set. However, in order for your request payload to be properly received, it must be encoded in one of the following character sets. You should understand the differences between these specifications and the nature and encoding of your own data.

  • UTF-8
  • UTF-16
  • ISO-8859-1
  • Windows-1252

1.2.3 HTML

Users need to publish presentable requisitions, and HTML allows them to do that.

In most case, the markup is transparent to the user — they either copy and paste formatted data from a third party application such as Microsoft Word, or they use a WYSIWYG editor embedded in your application. A common side effect of this indirect composition is untidy markup — empty <p> tags, unnecessary &nbsp; entities, etc.

We’ve designed our application to maintain as much of our users’ intended formatting as possible, and our translation toolset provides a handful of effective methods to do so. For boards that accept any HTML markup we pass through the given data with no modification unless the transport format — such as tab or pipe delimited — requires it. For boards that don’t accept any HTML, we render the markup — as a user would see it in a web browser — and pass through a text representation of the resulting format. For boards that accept only a subset of HTML, we can selectively render only the fragments of unsupported markup, and keep the supported markup intact.

1.3. Posting Flow Diagram

1.4. What You'll Need From Us

Before moving on to any real development, you'll need just a couple things from us.

1.4.1 Test Environment

We've recently standardized our testing environment, so per ATS environments are no longer necessary.

The Post URL for the standard environment is "".

Please note that simply navigating to this URL in your browser will display an error page; it requires a full and valid POST payload.

1.4.2 Test Account

You'll need an account before posting. Please contact eQuest support for this if you haven't already.

1.5. Integration Requirements

Below are the basic requirements that must be met before an integration can be moved to production.

1.5.1 Field Mapping

All required parameters must be passed over in the post requests.

All job parameters must be validated before they hit eQuest.

1.5.2 Post Transactions

Users must have the ability to ADD, UPDATE and DELETE their jobs. More on Transactions.

1.5.3 Error Handling

One of the error handling methods must be implemented.

1.5.4 Connection to Multiple Accounts per Company

Clients have the ability to set up more than one posting account within eQuest. Often times each of those unique posting accounts is associated with a unique set of job board permissions. As a result, it's important that a single eQuest posting account is not hardcoded into the integration as the job board permission settings are often key to the client's decision to use eQuest.

Below are options that will enhance the integration and user experience.

1.5.5 Candidate Sourcing

When a candidate arrives at the ATS site to apply, it's useful to know which board that candidate arrived from. More on Candidate Sourcing.

1.5.6 Live URL Support

The URL at which a posting is published on a board can be retrieved via the GetPostingLiveURL SOAP method.

1.6. Before Going Live

Before moving into production, the following must take place (in this order):

  1. a request to review the integration must be made via the project site (by your integration team)
  2. the eQuest integration team will generally review the integration within 5-10 business days
  3. once our team has approved the integration, we begin the process of setting up a production Post URL
  4. the Post URL is provided via the project site within 5-10 business days
  5. while the production Post URL is being set up, you will request a kickoff call that includes your integration team and someone from your support team. Our operations and support team will attend the call.
    Сovered on this call (the call should take no longer than 30 minutes):
    • client setup process
    • ownership of issues/requests
    • client expectations
    • points of contact/escalations
  6. the Post URL is provided via the project site. This is last thing that is necessary to go live.
  7. if you would like to do production posts to the job boards, please make the request via the project site. Test jobs are not posted to the boards from our testing environment, the delivery engine only works from production.

NOTE: if your Post URL has the word "testing" in it, you do not have a production Post URL. 

2. Jobs

2.1. Uniqueness and Scope

A job is unique to the user that created it and identified by the Requisition Number.

Multiple users, of the same or different organizations, may create jobs with identical requisition numbers. They may not update or delete each others jobs.

2.2. Parameters

2.2 Parameters

Before submitting any job data to our application, you must ensure that it matches our schema and will validate completely. Although the user will be prompted during the posting process to correct any invalid job parameters, this should not be used to supplement a lack of validation in your ATS.

Please use the following definitions, regular expressions and notes to ensure that your ATS fulfills our requirements. Note that all regular expressions are Perl compatible, or PCRE. Also note that all values are trimmed of leading and trailing whitespace before being validated.

requisition_number (required)

The primary user-defined job identifier unique to each job/user.

Validated by regex:

/^[A-Z0-9a-z-_ ]{1,255}$/


io_number (optional)

A secondary identifier sometimes used by media agencies or ATSs for tracking.

Validated by regex:

/^[A-Z0-9a-z-_ \.&]{0,255}$/


company_name (required*‡)

Company name.

Validated by regex:



company_description_en (optional)

Company description. Appears above Description and Required Skills when the board does not provide a specific field.

Validated by regex:



company_division (optional)

Company division.

Validated by regex:



company_department (optional)

Company department.

Validated by regex:



recruiter_org (optional)

Recruiter organization. For internal use only.

Validated by regex:



recruiter_name (required*)

Recruiter name. For internal use only.

Validated by regex:



recruiter_email (required*)

Recruiter email. For internal use only.

Validated by regex:



company_streetaddress (optional)

Company street address. For internal use only.

Validated by regex:



company_city (optional)

Company city. For internal use only.

Validated by regex:



company_stateprovince (optional)

Company state/province. For internal use only.

Validated against the state/province enumeration.


company_postalcode (optional)

Company postal code. For internal use only.

Validated by regex:

/^[A-Z0-9- ]{1,255}$/


company_country (optional)

Company country. For internal use only.

Validated against the country enumeration.


company_phone (optional)

Company phone. For internal use only.

Validated by regex:



company_fax (optional)

Company fax. For internal use only.

Validated by regex:



location_country (required)

Job country.

Validated against the country enumeration.


location_city (required)

Job city.

Validated by regex:



location_postalcode (optional)

Job postal code.

if no location_postalcode value is sent for a US-based posting, an arbitrary USPS postal code value will be assigned to the job based on the location_city/location_stateprovince combination. For example; if the job location is Chicago, IL -- 60667 could be used for one job while 60652 is assigned to the next. Valid values for US locations are 5 digits only; +4 suffixes are not allowed. 

Otherwise, validated by regex:

/^[A-Z0-9- ]{0,255}$/ 

location_us_areacode (optional)

Job US area code.

Validated by regex:



location_stateprovince (required)

Job state/province.

Validated against the state/province enumeration.


title_en (required)

Job title.

Validated by regex:

classification_type (required)

Job type classification.

Validated against the classification type enumeration.


classification_time (required)

Job time classification.

Validated against the classification time enumeration.


start_date (optional)

Job start date for temporary or contract positions.

Validated by regex:



end_date (optional)

Job end date for temporary or contract positions.

Validated by regex:



compensation_type (optional)

Compensation type.

Validated against the compensation type enumeration.


compensation_currency (optional)

Compensation currency.

Validated against the compensation currency enumeration.


compensation_amount (optional)

Compensation amount. This value takes precedence over range values â€" when given, both the compensation_range_min and compensation_range_max fields are discarded.

Validated by regex:



compensation_range_min (optional)

Compensation minimum.

Validated by regex:



compensation_range_max (optional)

Compensation maximum.

Validated by regex:



travel_percentage (optional)

Travel percentage.

Validated by regex:



telecommute_percentage (optional)

Telecommute percentage.

Validated by regex:



function (required)

Job function code.

Validated against the function enumeration.


industry (required*)

Job industry code.

Validated against the industry enumeration.


skills_en (required)

Description of required skills.

Validated by regex:



education (optional)

Description of education requirements.

Validated against the education enumeration.


description_en (required)

Description of the job position.

Validated by regex:



benefits_en (optional)

Description of job benefits.

Validated by regex:



contact_name (required*)

Job contact name. For internal use only.

Validated by regex:



contact_email (required*)

Job contact email. For internal use only.

Validated by regex:



candidate_response_url (required)

Candidate response URL.

Validated by regex:



candidate_response_email (required*)

Candidate response email.

Validated by regex:


* Field is required, but can default from eQuest posting account profile. A passed value will override any value stored in the account profile.

3. Posting Interface

3.1. Overview

A single interface is used for all job related requests: adding new jobs; updating existing jobs; deleting existing jobs. Requests are made in the form of HTTP POSTs to a provided URL and must contain a valid payload of parameters.

Below is an overview of the process flow.

Post Interface Overview

Your ATS must implement a minimum of two controllers to interface with our app: one outgoing to send a valid payload to eQuest, and one to receive data for each board selected by the user. The latter should also redirect the user back into the expected flow of your application; more on this under Return.

3.2. Control Parameters

In addition to Job Parameters, the request must contain parameters for authentication, transaction type and return location.

Identifies the user's account. Used to authenticate and resolve profile information.
Used to authenticate.
In conjunction with username, identifies the job record.
Type of transaction to invoke.
command (optional)
Alias for action.
A URL to which the user will be redirected after the requested transaction is successfully completed. The redirect is an HTTP POST that includes the initial given parameters username, requisition_number and action. For "add" transactions, parameters for each selected board are also included — see Return for details.
board_id_x (optional)
An incremental set of parameters that identify specific postings of the same job to be deleted.
error_format (optional)
Specifies how errors should be displayed to the user or calling application — see Error Handling.
error_url (optional)
A URL to which the user will be redirected if an error occurs.
locale (optional)
Even though this field is called "locale" it currently only controls the posting interface language. The value sent in the request overrides any value set by user in their post interface preferences. Exclude completely if you prefer using posting interface value (English the default). See Interface Language for language options.

3.3. Request Processing

Requests of all types go through some common processes before being handed off to the transaction specific controller.

3.3.1 Encoding Detection/Conversion

Our application converts all request parameters to UTF-8.

Before converting, the source encoding must be known. First, the Content-type header, similar to the following, is searched for a valid charset parameter.

Content-type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded; charset=utf-8 

Many browsers, however, do not properly indicate the character encoding of POST payloads, so if your integration uses client-side requests — HTML forms or JS — the encoding will not likely be specified. That’s ok — our detection process works very well.

Encodings are detected in the following order, and the first encoding matched is used. Detection depends mostly on validation of byte sequences, so many times data of one encoding can appear valid as another; for this reason, order is very important.

  • UTF-8
  • UTF-16
  • Windows-1252
  • ISO-8859-1

Once the source encoding is detected, the data is converted to UTF-8 — if it isn’t already. Transliteration is used to minimize data loss.

3.3.2 Authentication

The username and password Control Parameters are authenticated against our authentication system. In addition, username is used to identify the user’s eQuest account and profile.

3.3.3 Validation of Control Parameters

The remaining Control Parameters are validated.

3.3.4 Translation of Job Parameters

Some small modifications are done to the given Job Parameters before being validated. Modifications include:

  • Ensuring uppercase of some values.
  • Converting deprecated values.

Mostly, this is where we implement conversions for backwards compatibility.

3.4. Transactions

There are five possible transactions: add, update, delete, list and unpost.

3.4.1 Add

Invoked when action is "add", this transaction results in an interactive eQuest session that provides users with an interface to select destination boards, board specific values and confirm job parameters — the latter two being optional steps dependent on user preferences and board configuration.

This transaction has two possible uses: the initial creation of a job record in eQuest or an interactive method to update an existing record and select additional boards. Thus, if you wish the user to always have the option of selecting additional boards when submitting new data, use "add" in place of "update".

3.4.2 Update

Invoked when action is "update", this non-interactive process validates incoming job data and updates an existing job record with the new values.

In contrast to an "add" transaction, there is no way for the user to correct invalid parameters; an invalid parameter will result in an error.

3.4.3 Delete

Invoked when action is "delete", this non-interactive process deletes either an entire job record or specific postings. Note, that even though this is non-interactive action it can be performed by client's browser (using HTML form), client will be re-directed back to return_url when action is completed. If action is performed by a server, simply pass any valid return_url. Response will contain HTTP code 302 with Location header.

If the request contains board_id_x parameters, then only postings for those boards are deleted. The value of each parameter is the board instance identifier sent back to your ATS in the Return.

This action requires the following parameters:

  • action
  • username
  • password
  • return_url
  • requisition_number

3.4.4 List

Invoked when action is "list", this interactive process lists all active job records associated with an account, and includes specific postings for each active job. This page allows users to:

  • Delete a job and all postings
  • Delete individual postings
  • Edit a job

This action accepts only these parameters:

  • action
  • username
  • password
  • return_url

3.4.5 Unpost

Invoked when action is "unpost", this interactive process brings users back to the post page, allowing them to target specific boards (postings) for deletion. This page allows users to:

  • Delete individual postings

This action accepts only these parameters:

  • action
  • username
  • password
  • return_url
  • requisition_number

3.5. Job Composition

During an add or update transaction, the job is composed in one of two ways, depending on the current status of the job.

Job Composition

If the job already exists and is active, the existing data is retrieved from the Job Pipeline. If it’s a new job, pre-defined job values are retrieved from the user’s profile. In both cases, the new job data from the request is applied second; the new data overwrites the existing.

Empty and non-existent parameters are handled in the same way: they do not overwrite existing values.

For example, submitting these parameters

title_en:               "Spicy Rib Cook II"
location_city:          "Oakland"
location_stateprovince: ""

to update this existing job

title_en:               "Spicy Rib Cook"
description_en:         "Prepare very spicy, but delicious, ribs."
location_city:          "San Francisco"
location_stateprovince: "US-CA"

would result in this new job.

title_en:               "Spicy Rib Cook II"
description_en:         "Prepare very spicy, but delicious, ribs."
location_city:          "Oakland"
location_stateprovince: "US-CA"

3.6. Return

Following a successful transaction, the user is redirected back to your ATS. Our application will construct a self-submitting form — submission is transparent to the user — that will perform a POST to the return_url.

The payload includes the following parameters, which will not exceed 255 characters.


Identifies the user's eQuest account.


In conjunction with username, identifies the job record.


The number of boards the job was posted to. Also, the number of "board_" parameters that follow (see following parameters).


An integer used by eQuest to track the particular board instance. This identifier is unique to every customer board setup in our application. Two instances of "", for example, will not share the same value.


The user-defined name/label that describes the board in our UI.


A string used by our application to globally identify the board. Two instances of "", for example, will share the same value.


Date when job should be posted to a board (scheduled posting start date) - in the format of YYYY-MM-DD (GMT). If the posting has not been scheduled, no value will be included and the posting.

3.7. Error Handling

Up until now, the possibility for error has been conveniently overlooked for clarity of course. But since it's likely, if not certain, that one will inevitably occur; you should be aware of the available error handling methods and codes.

3.7.1 Methods

The method used is determined by the value of error_format:

  • "0" - Redirect eQuest (default)
  • "1" - Output
  • "2" - Redirect ATS Redirect eQuest

Redirects the user to the eQuest error page. If the error is due to incorrect or lack of information passed by the client a descriptive message is shown along with the error code in decimal format. If the error is an internal and critical eQuest error, a more general page is shown. Output

Simply outputs the error code in decimal format as response content. This method is commonly used by ATSs that wish to completely wrap our application's response. Redirect ATS

Redirects the user to the value of error_url and includes an error_code parameter that contains the decimal error code.

3.7.2 Codes

Authentication failed. The username or password supplied is incorrect.
The username field is empty or missing from the HTTP POST.
The password field is empty or missing from the HTTP POST.
The requisition_number field is empty or missing from the HTTP POST.
The action field is empty or missing from the HTTP POST.
The action supplied in the HTTP POST is invalid.
The return_url field is empty or missing from the HTTP POST.
The requisition does not exist or is inactive. This generally occurs when an action of update or delete is requested for a job that was not previously added.
The provided job data is invalid. This should only occur during update requests, where there is no user interaction available to correct invalid values.
The postings identified by the given IDs do not exist or are inactive.

4. Candidate Responses

4.1. Not Published

Our application doesn’t publish the Candidate Response URL, as we receive it from your ATS. Instead, it’s stored in our database associated with our own unique URL, which is publish to the boards. This accomplishes three main objectives:

  • Shorter published URLs that are certain to meet board requirements.
  • Modifications can be made to original URLs without the need to re-publish.
  • All traffic is routed through our appplication, which allows us to gather statistics and validate successful posts.

Below is a typical response flow.

Candidate Response Flow

4.2. URL Variables

In order to provide information back from our application during the candidate response, we allow for a number of variables to be inserted into the URL string. These variables are substituted for their respective values when we generate each posting, and thus contain information otherwise unknown by your ATS. There are many uses for this, the most common being implementation of candidate sourcing.

Variables are represented as:

<variable> ::= "{" <name> "}"
<name> ::= <job_parameter> | "board_instance_id" | "pipeline_id"

Where <job_parameter> is any of the job parameter names.

The {board_instance_id} variable is substituted for the identifier of the Board Instance. The {pipeline_id} variable is substituted for the Pipeline ID of the global eQuest board.

4.3. Candidate Sourcing

When a candidate arrives at the ATS site to apply for a job, it's useful to know which board that candidate arrived from. This is possible in part by embedding some of the forementioned URL variables into the Candidate Response URL. Something like the following:


It would provide your ATS, during the candidate response process, with the same Board Instance ID & Board Pipeline ID submitted in the Return Process.

Board Instance vs Pipeline ID Explained

A Board Instance is a specific instance of some Job Board (Pipeline ID). For example, as a customer I can set up 10 instances of '' that will be used regionally by my users. Most likely this would mean 10 unique Monster logins, each associated to their own inventory and branding.

In this case, eQuest would return 10 different board_instance_id's but the pipeline_id would always be ''.

4.3.1 Example

A user posts a job through eQuest via your ATS. The Candidate Response URL included looks like this:


The user chooses three boards labeled: Monster (US), Monster (UK), and CareerBuilder - My Account. Everything goes well in eQuest and the user is redirected to the return_url; included in that request are the Return Parameters for each board, which your ATS stores for later use:

username:             "Zuul"
requisition_number:   "123"
board_count:          "3"
board_id_1:           "101"
board_name_1:         "Monster (US)"
board_pipeline_id_1:  ""
board_id_2:           "102"
board_name_2:         "Monster (UK)"
board_pipeline_id_2:  ""
board_id_3:           "103"
board_name_3:         "CareerBuilder - My Account"
board_pipeline_id_3:  "CareerBuilder"

When each posting was generated in eQuest, the {board_instance_id} variable was substituted for it's respective value, and each Candidate Response URL became.

  • Monster (US)


  • Monster (UK)


  • CareerBuilder - My Account


With this information included in the URLs, your ATS knows that responses for the first come from the instance Monster (US) or the global eQuest board, etc.

Candidate Sourcing

5. eQuest Advantage

5.1. Authentication and Account Provisioning

If you are performing an integration with eQuest Advantage, there are two additional required Control Parameters which will allow you to manage user accounts trivially.

Identifies the admin account for the eQuest group of which the username is a member (Generally, your ATS. eQuest Advantage does not support company accounts).
Used to authenticate the admin.

By passing this information along with the required username and password, you will allow us to automatically provision an account for the incoming user if one does not already exist.

  • If the user exists and the password is valid, we allow the user session to continue normally.
  • If the user exists but the password is invalid, we present a standard authentication error.
  • If the user does not exist we will use the values set in username and password to provision a new account for that user and allow the session to continue.

Support for this feature is required if you are integrating with eQuest Advantage.

5.2. Test Credit Card Information

MasterCard Test Card


Visa Test Card


Visa Test Card II


Enter any valid expiration date, and any 3-digit CVV.


1. Classification Time

Value Label
FULLTIME Full-time
PARTTIME Part-time

2. Classification Type

Value Label

3. Compensation Currency

Value Label
USD US Dollars
EUR Euros
ARS Argentine Pesos
AUD Australian Dollars
BRL Brazilian Reals
CAD Canadian Dollars
CHF Swiss Francs
CNY Chinese Yuan Renminbi
CZK Czech Koruny
DKK Danish Kroner
FJD Fiji Dollars
GBP British Pounds
HKD Hong Kong Dollars
HUF Hungarian Forints
IDR Indonesian Rupiahs
ILS Israeli New Sheqels
INR Indian Rupees
JPY Japanese Yen
KRW South Korean Wons
MXN Mexican Pesos
MYR Malaysian Ringgits
NOK Norwegian Krones
NZD New Zealand Dollars
PHP Philippine Pesos
PKR Pakistani Rupees
PLN Polish Zlotych
SEK Swedish Kronor
SGD Singapore Dollars
THB Thai Bahts
TWD New Taiwanese Dollars
ZAR South African Rands

4. Compensation Type

Value Label

5. Education

Value Label
 HIGHSCHOOL  High School
 SOMECOLLEGE  Some College
CERTIFICATION  Certification
 ASSOCIATEDEGREE  Associate Degree
 BACHELORSDEGREE  Bachelor’s Degree
 MASTERSDEGREE  Master’s Degree
 EQUIVALENTEXPERIENCE  Equivalent Experience
 DOCTORATE  Doctorate

6. Industry

Value       Label
1 Advertising and Public Relations
2 Aerospace/Defense
3 Agriculture/Forestry/Fishing
4 Sports and Physical Recreation
5 Automotive Sales and Repair
6 Banking
7 Biotechnology
8 Chemicals/Petro-Chemicals
9 Technology
10 Construction/Landscaping
11 Management Consulting Services
12 Consumer Goods
13 Consumer Services
14 Distribution and Supply
15 Education
16 Energy and Utilities
17 Arts, Entertainment & Media
18 Environmental
19 Financial Services
20 Restaurant/Food Services
21 Furniture and Fixtures
22 Government - Local/Federal
23 Healthcare
24 Heating, Cooling & Ventilation
25 Hospitality & Leisure
26 Import/Export
27 International Relations
28 Media/Journalism/ Newspaper
29 Legal Services
30 Property/ Equipment Leasing
31 Lumber & Wood
32 Industrial Facilities and Infrastructure
33 Manufacturing - Other
34 Metals and Minerals
35 Mining
36 Non-profit - Social Services
37 Oil & Gas
38 Other - Not Specified
39 Consumer Packaged Goods Manufacturing
40 Paper
41 Pharmaceutical & Life Sciences
42 Automotive and Parts Mfg
43 Printing & Publishing
44 Professional Services
45 Natural Resources
46 Real Estate/ Property Management
47 Retail
48 Social Services
49 HR/Staffing/Employment Agencies
50 Communications
51 Textile Manufacturing
52 Tobacco
53 Transportation and Logistics
54 Renewable Energy
55 Travel, Transportation and Tourism
56 Electronics

7. Function

Extended from the 6.0 O*NET™ Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) database, this enumeration contains 31 additional entries — these entries appear highlighted.

Value Label
Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4
11000000       Management
  11100000     Top Executives
    11101100   Chief Executive
      11101101 Government Service Executives
      11101102 Private Sector Executives
    11102100   General and Operations Manager
    11103100   Legislator
      11303101 Treasurers, Controllers, and Chief Financial Officers
      11303102 Financial Managers, Branch or Department
  11200000     Advertising, Marketing, Promotions, Public Relations and Sales Manager
    11201100   Advertising and Promotions Manager
    11202000   Marketing and Sales Manager
    11202100   Marketing Manager
      11202151 Market Research Managers
      11202152 Network Marketing Managers
      11202153 Account Managers
    11202200   Sales Manager
    11203100   Public Relations Manager
  11300000     Operations Specialties Managers
    11301100   Administrative Services Manager
    11302100   Computer and Information Systems Manager
    11303100   Financial Manager
    11304100   Compensation and Benefits Manager
    11304200   Training and Development Manager
    11304900   Human Resources Manager
    11305100   Industrial Production Manager
    11306100   Purchasing Manager
    11307100   Transportation, Storage and Distribution Manager
  11900000     Other Management
    11901100   Farm, Ranch, and Other Agricultural Manager
      11901101 Nursery and Greenhouse Managers
      11901102 Agricultural Crop Farm Managers
      11901103 Fish Hatchery Managers
    11901200   Farmer or Rancher
    11902100   Construction Manager
    11903100   Education Administrator, Preschool and Child Care Center
    11903200   Education Administrator, Elementary and Secondary School
    11903300   Education Administrator, Postsecondary
    11903900   Education Administrator
    11904100   Engineering Manager
    11905100   Food Service Manager
    11906100   Funeral Director
    11907100   Gaming Manager
    11908100   Lodging Manager
    11911100   Medical and Health Services Manager
    11912100   Natural Sciences Manager
    11913100   Postmasters and Mail Superintendent
    11914100   Property, Real Estate or Community Association Manager
    11915100   Social or Community Service Manager
    11919900   Manager
13000000       Business and Financial Operations
  13100000     Business Operations Specialists
    13101100   Agent/Business Manager of Artist, Performer or Athlete
    13102100   Purchasing Agent and Buyer, Farm Products
    13102200   Wholesale and Retail Buyer, Except Farm Products
    13102300   Purchasing Agent, Except Wholesale, Retail and Farm Products
    13103100   Claims Adjuster, Examiners, and Investigators
      13103101 Claims Examiners, Property and Casualty Insurance
      13103102 Insurance Adjusters, Examiners, and Investigators
    13103200   Insurance Appraiser, Auto Damage
    13104100   Compliance Officer
      13104101 Environmental Compliance Inspectors
      13104102 Licensing Examiners and Inspectors
      13104103 Equal Opportunity Representatives and Officers
      13104104 Government Property Inspectors and Investigators
      13104105 Pressure Vessel Inspectors
      13104106 Coroners
    13105100   Cost Estimator
    13106100   Emergency Management Specialist
    13107100   Employment, Recruitment and Placement Specialist
      13107101 Employment Interviewers, Private or Public Employment Service
      13107102 Personnel Recruiters
    13107200   Compensation, Benefits and Job Analysis Specialist
    13107300   Training and Development Specialist
    13107900   Human Resources, Training and Labor Relations Specialist
    13108100   Logistician
    13111100   Management Analyst
      13111151 E-Commerce Consultants
      13111152 General Strategy Consultants
      13111153 IT Strategy Consultants
      13111154 IT Functional Analysis Consultants
    13112100   Meeting and Convention Planner
    13119900   Business Operations Specialist
  13200000     Financial Specialists
    13201100   Accountant and Auditor
      13201151 Fund Managers
      13201152 Retirement Funds Specialists
      13201153 Treasurers
    13202100   Appraiser and Assessor of Real Estate
    13203100   Budget Analyst
    13204100   Credit Analyst
    13205100   Financial Analyst
    13205200   Personal Financial Advisor
    13205300   Insurance Underwriter
    13206100   Financial Examiner
    13207100   Loan Counselors
    13207200   Loan Officer
    13208100   Tax Examiner, Collector and Revenue Agent
    13208200   Tax Preparer
    13209900   Financial Specialist
15000000       Computer and Mathematics
  15100000     Computer Specialists
    15101100   Computer and Information Scientist, Research
    15102100   Computer Programmer
      15102151 E-Commerce Programmers
      15102152 Quality Assurance Programmers
    15103000   Computer Software Engineer
    15103100   Computer Software Engineer, Applications
    15103200   Computer Software Engineer, Systems Software
    15104100   Computer Support Specialist
    15105100   Computer Systems Analyst
      15105151 IT Team Leaders
    15106100   Database Administrator
    15107100   Network and Computer Systems Administrator
      15107101 Computer Security Specialists
      15107151 Internet Network Specialists
    15108100   Network Systems and Data Communications Analyst
    15109900   Computer Specialist
      15109951 IT Business Analysts
  15200000     Mathematical Scientists
    15201100   Actuary
    15202100   Mathematician
    15203100   Operations Research Analyst
    15204100   Statistician
    15209900   Mathematical Scientist
  15300000     Mathematical Technician
    15301100   Mathematical Technician
17000000       Architecture and Engineering
  17100000     Architect, Surveyor and Cartographer
    17101100   Architect, Except Landscape and Naval
    17101200   Landscape Architect
    17102100   Cartographer and Photogrammetrist
    17102200   Surveyor
  17200000     Engineers
    17201100   Aerospace Engineer
    17202100   Agricultural Engineer
    17203100   Biomedical Engineer
    17204100   Chemical Engineer
    17205100   Civil Engineer
    17206100   Computer Hardware Engineer
      17206151 IT Project Managers
    17207100   Electrical Engineer
    17207200   Electronics Engineer, Except Computer
    17208100   Environmental Engineer
    17211100   Health and Safety Engineer
      17211101 Industrial Safety and Health Engineers
      17211102 Fire-Prevention and Protection Engineers
      17211103 Product Safety Engineers
    17211200   Industrial Engineer
    17212100   Marine Engineer and Naval Architect
    17213100   Materials Engineer
    17214100   Mechanical Engineer
    17215100   Mining and Geological Engineer
    17216100   Nuclear Engineer
    17217100   Petroleum Engineer
      17217151 Petroleum Process Engineers
      17217152 Petroleum Systems Engineers
      17217153 Petroleum Field Engineers
      17217154 Petroleum Project Managers
    17219900   Engineer
  17300000     Drafters, Engineering, and Mapping Technicians
    17301100   Architectural and Civil Drafter
    17301200   Electrical and Electronics Drafter
    17301300   Mechanical Drafter
    17301900   Drafter
    17302100   Aerospace Engineering and Operations Technician
    17302200   Civil Engineering Technician
    17302300   Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technician
    17302400   Electro-Mechanical Technician
    17302500   Environmental Engineering Technician
    17302600   Industrial Engineering Technician
    17302700   Mechanical Engineering Technician
    17302900   Engineering Technician
    17303100   Surveying and Mapping Technician
19000000       Life, Physical and Social Science
  19100000     Life Scientists
    19101100   Animal Scientist
    19101200   Food Scientist and Technologist
    19101300   Soil and Plant Scientist
    19102001   Biologists
    19102100   Biochemist and Biophysicist
    19102200   Microbiologist
    19102300   Zoologist and Wildlife Biologist
    19102900   Biological Scientist
    19103100   Conservation Scientist
      19103101 Soil Conservationists
      19103102 Range Managers
      19103103 Park Naturalists
    19103200   Forester
    19104100   Epidemiologist
    19104200   Medical Scientist, Except Epidemiologist
    19109900   Life Scientist
  19200000     Physical Scientists
    19201100   Astronomer
    19201200   Physicist
    19202100   Atmospheric and Space Scientist
    19203100   Chemist
    19203200   Materials Scientist
    19204100   Environmental Scientist or Specialist, Including Health
    19204200   Geoscientist
      19204201 Geologists
    19204300   Hydrologist
    19209900   Physical Scientist
  19300000     Social Scientist and Related Workers
    19301100   Economist
    19302100   Market Research Analyst
    19302200   Survey Researcher
    19303100   Clinical, Counseling or School Psychologist
    19303200   Industrial-Organizational Psychologist
    19303900   Psychologist
    19304100   Sociologist
    19305100   Urban and Regional Planner
    19309100   Anthropologist or Archeologist
    19309200   Geographer
    19309300   Historian
    19309400   Political Scientist
    19309900   Social Scientist or Specialist
  19400000     Life, Physical, and Social Science Technicians
    19401100   Agricultural and Food Science Technician
    19402100   Biological Technician
    19403100   Chemical Technician
    19404100   Geological and Petroleum Technician
      19404101 Geological Data Technicians
      19404102 Geological Sample Test Technicians
    19405100   Nuclear Technician
      19405101 Nuclear Equipment Operation Technicians
      19405102 Nuclear Monitoring Technicians
    19406100   Social Science Research Assistant
      19406101 City Planning Aides
    19409100   Environmental Science and Protection Technician, Including Health
    19409200   Forensic Science Technician
    19409300   Forest and Conservation Technician
    19409900   Life, Physical, and Social Science Technician
21000000       Community and Social Services
  21100000     Counselors, Social Workers, and Other Community and Social Service Specialists
    21101100   Substance Abuse and Behavioral Disorder Counselor
    21101200   Educational, Vocational and School Counselor
    21101300   Marriage and Family Therapist
    21101400   Mental Health Counselor
    21101500   Rehabilitation Counselor
    21101900   Counselor
    21102100   Child, Family and School Social Worker
    21102200   Medical and Public Health Social Worker
    21102300   Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social Worker
    21102900   Social Worker
    21109100   Health Educator
    21109200   Probation Officer and Correctional Treatment Specialist
    21109300   Social and Human Service Assistant
    21109900   Community and Social Service Specialist
  21200000     Religious Workers
    21201100   Clergy
    21202100   Director of Religious Activities and Education
    21209900   Religious Worker
23000000       Legal
  23100000     Lawyers, Judges, and Related Workers
    23101100   Lawyer
    23102100   Administrative Law Judge, Adjudicator, and Hearing Officer
      23102151 Locum Solicitors
    23102200   Arbitrator, Mediator or Conciliator
    23102300   Judge, Magistrate Judge or Magistrate
  23200000     Legal Support Workers
    23201100   Paralegal and Legal Assistant
    23209100   Court Reporter
    23209200   Law Clerk
    23209300   Title Examiner, Abstractor and Searcher
    23209900   Legal Support Worker
25000000       Education, Training, and Library Occupations
  25100000     Postsecondary Teachers
    25101100   Business Teacher, Postsecondary
    25102100   Computer Science Teacher, Postsecondary
    25102200   Mathematical Science Teacher, Postsecondary
    25103100   Architecture Teacher, Postsecondary
    25103200   Engineering Teacher, Postsecondary
    25104100   Agricultural Sciences Teacher, Postsecondary
    25104200   Biological Science Teacher, Postsecondary
    25104300   Forestry and Conservation Science Teacher, Postsecondary
    25105100   Atmospheric, Earth, Marine and Space Sciences Teacher, Postsecondary
    25105200   Chemistry Teacher, Postsecondary
    25105300   Environmental Science Teacher, Postsecondary
    25105400   Physics Teacher, Postsecondary
    25106100   Anthropology and Archeology Teacher, Postsecondary
    25106200   Area, Ethnic, and Cultural Studies Teacher, Postsecondary
    25106300   Economics Teacher, Postsecondary
    25106400   Geography Teacher, Postsecondary
    25106500   Political Science Teacher, Postsecondary
    25106600   Psychology Teacher, Postsecondary
    25106700   Sociology Teacher, Postsecondary
    25106900   Social Sciences Teacher, Postsecondary
    25107100   Health Specialties Teacher, Postsecondary
    25107200   Nursing Instructor and Teacher, Postsecondary
    25108100   Education Teacher, Postsecondary
    25108200   Library Science Teacher, Postsecondary
    25111100   Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Teacher, Postsecondary
    25111200   Law Teacher, Postsecondary
    25111300   Social Work Teacher, Postsecondary
    25112100   Art, Drama, and Music Teacher, Postsecondary
    25112200   Communications Teacher, Postsecondary
    25112300   English Language and Literature Teacher, Postsecondary
    25112400   Foreign Language and Literature Teacher, Postsecondary
    25112500   History Teacher, Postsecondary
    25112600   Philosophy and Religion Teacher, Postsecondary
    25119100   Graduate Teaching Assistant
    25119200   Home Economics Teacher, Postsecondary
    25119300   Recreation and Fitness Studies Teacher, Postsecondary
    25119400   Vocational Education Teacher, Postsecondary
    25119900   Postsecondary Teacher
  25200000     Primary, Secondary and Special Education School Teachers
    25201100   Preschool Teacher
    25201200   Kindergarten Teacher
    25202100   Elementary School Teacher
    25202200   Middle School Teacher
    25202300   Vocational Education Teacher, Middle School
    25203100   Secondary School Teacher
    25203200   Vocational Education Teacher, Secondary School
    25204100   Special Education Teacher, Preschool, Kindergarten, and Elementary School
    25204200   Special Education Teacher, Middle School
    25204300   Special Education Teacher, Secondary School
  25300000     Other Teachers and Instructors
    25301100   Adult Literacy, Remedial Education and GED Teacher
    25302100   Self-Enrichment Education Teacher
      25302151 IT Teachers and Trainers
      25302152 Researchers
      25302153 Researcher Support Administrators
      25302154 Senior Academic Teachers
      25302155 Student Services Directors
      25302156 Academic Directors
    25309900   Teacher or Instructor
  25400000     Librarians, Curators, and Archivists
    25401100   Archivist
    25401200   Curator
    25401300   Museum Technician and Conservator
    25402100   Librarian
    25403100   Library Technician
  25900000     Other Education, Training and Library
    25901100   Audio-Visual Collections Specialist
    25902100   Farm and Home Management Advisor
    25903100   Instructional Coordinator
    25904100   Teacher Assistant
    25909900   Education, Training and Library Worker
27000000       Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports and Media
  27100000     Art and Design Workers
    27101100   Art Director
    27101200   Craft Artist
    27101300   Fine Artist, Including Painter, Sculptor, and Illustrator
      27101302 Sketch Artists
      27101303 Cartoonists
    27101400   Multi-Media Artist and Animator
    27101900   Artist
    27102100   Commercial and Industrial Designer
    27102200   Fashion Designer
    27102300   Floral Designer
    27102400   Graphic Designer
    27102500   Interior Designer
    27102600   Merchandise Displayer and Window Trimmer
    27102700   Set and Exhibit Designer
    27102900   Designer
  27200000     Entertainers and Performers, Sports and Related Workers
    27201100   Actor
    27201200   Producer and Director
      27201203 Program Directors
      27201204 Talent Directors
      27201205 Technical Directors/Managers
    27202100   Athlete and Sports Competitor
    27202200   Coach or Scout
    27202300   Umpire, Referee and Sports Official
    27203100   Dancer
    27203200   Choregrapher
    27204100   Music Director or Composer
      27204102 Music Arrangers and Orchestrators
    27204200   Musician or Singer
    27209900   Entertainer, Performer or Sports Related Worker
  27300000     Media and Communication Workers
    27301100   Radio and Television Announcer
    27301200   Public Address System and Other Announcer
    27302100   Broadcast News Analyst
    27302200   Reporter and Correspondent
    27303100   Public Relations Specialist
    27304100   Editor
    27304200   Technical Writer
    27304300   Writer and Author
      27304301 Poets and Lyricists
      27304302 Creative Writers
      27304303 Caption Writers
      27304304 Copy Writers
    27309100   Interpreter and Translator
    27309900   Media and Communication Worker
  27400000     Media and Communication Equipment Workers
    27401100   Audio and Video Equipment Technician
    27401200   Broadcast Technician
    27401300   Radio Operator
    27401400   Sound Engineering Technician
    27402100   Photographer
    27403100   Camera Operator for Television, Video, and Motion Picture
    27403200   Film and Video Editor
    27409900   Media and Communication Equipment Worker
29000000       Healthcare Practitioners and Technicians
  29100000     Health Diagnosing and Treating Practitioners
    29101100   Chiropractor
    29102100   Dentist, General
    29102200   Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon
    29102300   Orthodontist
    29102400   Prosthodontist
    29102900   Dentist
    29103100   Dietitian and Nutritionist
    29104100   Optometrist
    29105100   Pharmacist
    29106100   Anesthesiologist
    29106200   Family and General Practitioner
    29106300   Internist, General
    29106400   Obstetrician and Gynecologist
    29106500   Pediatrician, General
    29106600   Psychiatrist
    29106700   Surgeon
    29106900   Physician and Surgeon
    29107100   Physician Assistant
    29108100   Podiatrist
    29111100   Registered Nurse
    29112100   Audiologist
    29112200   Occupational Therapist
    29112300   Physical Therapist
    29112400   Radiation Therapist
    29112500   Recreational Therapist
    29112600   Respiratory Therapist
    29112700   Speech-Language Pathologist
    29112900   Therapist
    29113100   Veterinarian
    29119900   Health Diagnosing and Treating Practitioner
  29200000     Health Technologists and Technicians
    29201100   Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technologist
    29201200   Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technician
    29202100   Dental Hygienist
    29203100   Cardiovascular Technologist or Technician
    29203200   Diagnostic Medical Sonographer
    29203300   Nuclear Medicine Technologist
    29203400   Radiologic Technologist or Technician
    29204100   Emergency Medical Technician and Paramedic
    29205100   Dietetic Technician
    29205200   Pharmacy Technician
    29205300   Psychiatric Technician
    29205400   Respiratory Therapy Technician
    29205500   Surgical Technologist
    29205600   Veterinary Technologist or Technicians
    29206100   Licensed Practical or Licensed Vocational Nurse
    29207100   Medical Records and Health Information Technician
    29208100   Optician, Dispensing
    29209100   Orthotist and Prosthetist
    29209900   Health Technologist or Technician
  29900000     Other Healthcare Practitioners and Technicians
    29901100   Occupational Health and Safety Specialist
    29901200   Occupational Health and Safety Technician
    29909100   Athletic Trainer
    29909900   Healthcare Practitioner or Technical Worker
31000000       Healthcare Support
  31100000     Nursing, Psychiatric, and Home Health Aides
    31101100   Home Health Aide
    31101200   Nursing Aide, Orderlie and Attendant
    31101300   Psychiatric Aide
  31200000     Occupational and Physical Therapist Assistant or Aide
    31201100   Occupational Therapist Assistant
    31201200   Occupational Therapist Aide
    31202100   Physical Therapist Assistant
    31202200   Physical Therapist Aide
  31900000     Other Healthcare Support
    31901100   Massage Therapist
    31909100   Dental Assistant
    31909200   Medical Assistant
    31909300   Medical Equipment Preparer
    31909400   Medical Transcriptionist
    31909500   Pharmacy Aide
    31909600   Veterinary Assistant and Laboratory Animal Caretaker
    31909900   Healthcare Support Worker
33000000       Protective Service
  33100000     First-Line Supervisors, Protective Service Workers
    33101100   First-Line Supervisor of Correctional Officers
    33101200   First-Line Supervisor of Police and Detectives
    33102100   First-Line Supervisors of Fire Fighting and Prevention Workers
    33109900   First-Line Supervisor, Protective Service Workers
  33200000     Fire Fighting and Prevention Workers
    33201100   Fire Fighter
    33202100   Fire Inspector and Investigator
    33202200   Forest Fire Inspector and Prevention Specialist
  33300000     Law Enforcement Workers
    33301100   Bailiff
    33301200   Correctional Officer and Jailer
    33302100   Detective and Criminal Investigator
      33302101 Police Detectives
      33302102 Police Identification and Records Officers
      33302103 Criminal Investigators and Special Agents
      33302104 Child Support, Missing Persons, and Unemployment Insurance Fraud Investigators
      33302105 Immigration and Customs Inspectors
    33303100   Fish and Game Warden
    33304100   Parking Enforcement Worker
    33305100   Police and Sheriff's Patrol Officer
      33305101 Police Patrol Officers
      33305102 Highway Patrol Pilots
      33305103 Sheriffs and Deputy Sheriffs
    33305200   Transit and Railroad Police
  33900000     Other Protective Service Workers
    33901100   Animal Control Worker
    33902100   Private Detective and Investigator
    33903100   Gaming Surveillance Officer and Gaming Investigator
    33903200   Security Guard
    33909100   Crossing Guard
    33909200   Lifeguard, Ski Patrol or Other Recreational Protective Service Worker
    33909900   Protective Service Worker
35000000       Food Preparation and Serving
  35100000     Supervisors, Food Preparation and Serving Workers
    35101100   Chef and Head Cook
    35101200   First-Line Supervisor of Food Preparation and Serving Workers
  35200000     Cook and Food Preparation Worker
    35201100   Cook, Fast Food
    35201200   Cook, Institution and Cafeteria
    35201300   Cook, Private Household
    35201400   Cook, Restaurant
    35201500   Cook, Short Order
    35201900   Cook
    35202100   Food Preparation Worker
  35300000     Food and Beverage Serving Workers
    35301100   Bartender
    35302100   Combined Food Preparation and Serving Worker
    35302200   Counter Attendant, Cafeteria, Food Concession and Coffee Shop
    35303100   Waiter or Waitress
    35304100   Food Server, Nonrestaurant
  35900000     Other Food Preparation and Serving Related Workers
    35901100   Dining Room and Cafeteria Attendant and Bartender Helper
    35902100   Dishwasher
    35903100   Host or Hostess, Restaurant, Lounge and Coffee Shop
    35909900   Food Preparation and Serving Related Worker
37000000       Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance
  37100000     Supervisors, Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance Workers
    37101100   First-Line Supervisor of Housekeeping and Janitorial Workers
      37101101 Housekeeping Supervisors
      37101102 Janitorial Supervisors
    37101200   First-Line Supervisor of Landscaping, Lawn Service and Groundskeeping Workers
      37101202 First-Line Supervisors and Manager/Supervisors - Landscaping Workers
  37200000     Building Cleaning and Pest Control Workers
    37201100   Janitor and Cleaner
    37201200   Maid and Housekeeping Cleaner
    37201900   Building Cleaning Worker
    37202100   Pest Control Worker
  37300000     Grounds Maintenance Workers
    37301100   Landscaping and Groundskeeping Worker
    37301200   Pesticide Handler, Sprayer and Applicator, Vegetation
    37301300   Tree Trimmer and Pruner
    37301900   Grounds Maintenance Worker
39000000       Personal Care and Service
  39100000     Supervisors, Personal Care and Service Workers
    39101100   Gaming Supervisor
    39101200   Slot Key Person
    39102100   First-Line Supervisor of Personal Service Workers
  39200000     Animal Care and Service Workers
    39201100   Animal Trainer
    39202100   Nonfarm Animal Caretaker
  39300000     Entertainment Attendants and Related Workers
    39301100   Gaming Dealer
    39301200   Gaming and Sports Book Writer
    39301900   Gaming Service Worker
    39302100   Motion Picture Projectionist
    39303100   Usher, Lobby Attendant and Ticket Taker
    39309100   Amusement and Recreation Attendant
    39309200   Costume Attendant
    39309300   Locker Room, Coatroom, and Dressing Room Attendant
    39309900   Entertainment Attendant
  39400000     Funeral Service Workers
    39401100   Embalmer
    39402100   Funeral Attendant
  39500000     Personal Appearance Workers
    39501100   Barber
    39501200   Hairdresser, Hairstylist and Cosmetologist
    39509100   Makeup Artist, Theatrical and Performance
    39509200   Manicurist and Pedicurist
    39509300   Shampooer
    39509400   Skin Care Specialist
  39600000     Transportation, Tourism and Lodging Attendants
    39601100   Baggage Porter and Bellhop
    39601200   Concierge
    39602100   Tour Guide and Escort
    39602200   Travel Guide
    39603100   Flight Attendant
    39603200   Transportation Attendant
  39900000     Other Personal Care and Service Workers
    39901100   Child Care Worker
    39902100   Personal and Home Care Aide
    39903100   Fitness Trainer and Aerobics Instructor
    39903200   Recreation Worker
    39904100   Residential Advisor
    39909900   Personal Care and Service Worker
41000000       Sales and Sales Related
  41100000     Supervisors, Sales Workers
    41101100   First-Line Supervisor of Retail Sales Workers
    41101200   First-Line Supervisor of Non-Retail Sales Workers
      41101251 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Retail Sales Workers
  41200000     Retail Sales Workers
    41201100   Cashier
    41201200   Gaming Change Person and Booth Cashier
    41202100   Counter and Rental Clerk
    41202200   Parts Salesperson
    41203100   Retail Salesperson
  41300000     Sales Representative, Services
    41301100   Advertising Sales Agent
    41302100   Insurance Sales Agent
    41303100   Securities, Commodities and Financial Services Sales Agent
    41304100   Travel Agent
    41309900   Sales Representative, Services
  41400000     Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing
    41401100   Sales Representative, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Technical and Scientific Products
      41401101 Sales Representatives, Agricultural
      41401102 Sales Representatives, Chemical and Pharmaceutical
      41401103 Sales Representatives, Electrical/Electronic
      41401104 Sales Representatives, Mechanical Equipment and Supplies
      41401105 Sales Representatives, Medical
      41401106 Sales Representatives, Instruments
    41401200   Sales Representative, Wholesale and Manufacturing
  41900000     Other Sales and Related Workers
    41901100   Demonstrator and Product Promoter
    41901200   Model
    41902100   Real Estate Broker
    41902200   Real Estate Sales Agent
    41903100   Sales Engineer
    41904100   Telemarketer
    41909100   Door-To-Door Sales Worker, News and Street Vendor, and Related Worker
    41909900   Sales and Related Worker
43000000       Office and Administrative Support
  43100000     Supervisors, Office and Administrative Support Workers
    43101100   First-Line Supervisor of Office and Administrative Support Workers
      43101101 First-Line Supervisors, Customer Service
      43101151 First-Line Supervisors, Call Center
  43200000     Communications Equipment Operators
    43201100   Switchboard Operator, Including Answering Service
    43202100   Telephone Operator
      43202101 Directory Assistance Operators
      43202102 Central Office Operators
    43209900   Communications Equipment Operator
  43300000     Financial Clerks
    43301100   Bill and Account Collector
    43302100   Billing and Posting Clerk and Machine Operator
      43302101 Statement Clerks
      43302102 Billing, Cost, and Rate Clerks
      43302103 Billing, Posting, and Calculating Machine Operators
    43303100   Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerk
    43304100   Gaming Cage Worker
    43305100   Payroll and Timekeeping Clerk
    43306100   Procurement Clerk
    43307100   Teller
  43400000     Information and Record Clerks
    43401100   Brokerage Clerk
    43402100   Correspondence Clerk
    43403100   Court, Municipal, and License Clerk
    43404100   Credit Authorizer, Checker and Clerk
    43405100   Customer Service Representative
      43405101 Adjustment Clerks
    43406100   Eligibility Interviewer, Government Programs
      43406101 Claims Takers, Unemployment Benefits
      43406102 Welfare Eligibility Workers and Interviewers
    43407100   File Clerk
    43408100   Hotel, Motel, and Resort Desk Clerk
    43411100   Interviewer, Except Eligibility and Loan
    43412100   Library Assistant, Clerical
    43413100   Loan Interviewer and Clerk
    43414100   New Accounts Clerk
    43415100   Order Clerk
    43416100   Human Resources Assistant, Except Payroll and Timekeeping
    43417100   Receptionist and Information Clerk
    43418100   Reservation and Transportation Ticket Agent and Travel Clerk
    43419900   Information and Record Clerk
  43500000     Material Recording, Scheduling, Dispatching, and Distributing Workers
    43501100   Cargo and Freight Agent
    43502100   Courier and Messenger
    43503100   Police, Fire, and Ambulance Dispatcher
    43503200   Dispatcher, Except Police, Fire, and Ambulance
    43504100   Meter Reader, Utilities
    43505100   Postal Service Clerk
    43505200   Postal Service Mail Carrier
    43505300   Postal Service Mail Sorter, Processor and Processing Machine Operator
    43506100   Production, Planning, and Expediting Clerk
    43507100   Shipping, Receiving, and Traffic Clerk
    43508100   Stock Clerk and Order Filler
      43508101 Stock Clerks, Sales Floor
      43508102 Marking Clerks
      43508103 Stock Clerks- Stockroom, Warehouse, or Storage Yard
      43508104 Order Fillers, Wholesale and Retail Sales
    43511100   Weigher, Measurer, Checker and Sampler, Recordkeeping
  43600000     Secretaries and Administrative Assistants
    43601100   Executive Secretary and Administrative Assistant
    43601200   Legal Secretary
    43601300   Medical Secretary
    43601400   Secretary, Except Legal, Medical, and Executive
  43900000     Other Office and Administrative Support Workers
    43901100   Computer Operator
    43902100   Data Entry Keyer
    43902200   Word Processor and Typist
    43903100   Desktop Publisher
    43904100   Insurance Claims and Policy Processing Clerk
    43905100   Mail Clerk and Mail Machine Operator, Except Postal Service
    43906100   Office Clerk, General
    43907100   Office Machine Operator, Except Computer
      43907101 Duplicating Machine Operators
    43908100   Proofreader and Copy Marker
    43911100   Statistical Assistant
    43919900   Office and Administrative Support Worker
      43919951 Volunteer Administrators
45000000       Farming, Fishing, and Forestry
  45100000     Supervisors, Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Workers
    45101100   First-Line Supervisor of Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Workers
      45101101 First-Line Supervisors and Manager/Supervisors - Agricultural Crop Workers
      45101102 First-Line Supervisors and Manager/Supervisors - Animal Husbandry Workers
      45101103 First-Line Supervisors and Manager/Supervisors - Animal Care Workers, Except Livestock
      45101104 First-Line Supervisors and Manager/Supervisors - Horticultural Workers
      45101105 First-Line Supervisors and Manager/Supervisors - Logging Workers
      45101106 First-Line Supervisors and Manager/Supervisors - Fishery Workers
  45200000     Agricultural Workers
    45201100   Agricultural Inspector
    45202100   Animal Breeder
    45203100   Farm Labor Contractor
    45204100   Grader and Sorter, Agricultural Products
    45209100   Agricultural Equipment Operator
    45209200   Farmworker and Laborer, Crop, Nursery, and Greenhouse
      45209201 Nursery Workers
      45209202 General Farmworkers
    45209300   Farmworker, Farm and Ranch Animals
    45209900   Agricultural Worker
  45300000     Fishing and Hunting Workers
    45301100   Fisher and Related Fishing Worker
    45302100   Hunter and Trapper
  45400000     Forest, Conservation, and Logging Workers
    45401100   Forest and Conservation Worker
    45402100   Faller
    45402200   Logging Equipment Operator
      45402201 Logging Tractor Operators
    45402300   Log Grader and Scaler
    45402900   Logging Worker
  45900000     Other Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Workers
    45909900   Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Worker
47000000       Construction and Extraction
  47100000     Supervisors, Construction and Extraction Workers
    47101100   First-Line Supervisor of Construction Trades and Extraction Workers
  47200000     Construction Trades Workers
    47201100   Boilermaker
    47202100   Brickmason and Blockmason
    47202200   Stonemason
    47203100   Carpenter
      47203101 Construction Carpenters
      47203102 Rough Carpenters
      47203103 Carpenter Assemblers and Repairers
      47203104 Ship Carpenters and Joiners
      47203105 Boat Builders and Shipwrights
      47203106 Brattice Builders
    47204100   Carpet Installer
    47204200   Floor Layer, Except Carpet, Wood, and Hard Tiles
    47204300   Floor Sander and Finisher
    47204400   Tile and Marble Setter
    47205100   Cement Mason and Concrete Finisher
    47205300   Terrazzo Worker and Finisher
    47206100   Construction Laborer
    47207100   Paving, Surfacing and Tamping Equipment Operator
    47207200   Pile-Driver Operator
    47207300   Operating Engineer and Other Construction Equipment Operator
      47207301 Grader, Bulldozer, and Scraper Operators
    47208100   Drywall and Ceiling Tile Installer
    47208200   Taper
    47211100   Electrician
    47212100   Glazier
    47213100   Insulation Worker, Floor, Ceiling and Wall
    47213200   Insulation Worker, Mechanical
    47214100   Painter, Construction and Maintenance
    47214200   Paperhanger
    47215100   Pipelayer
    47215200   Plumber, Pipefitter and Steamfitter
    47216100   Plasterer and Stucco Mason
    47217100   Reinforcing Iron and Rebar Worker
    47218100   Roofer
    47221100   Sheet Metal Worker
    47222100   Structural Iron and Steel Worker
  47300000     Helpers, Construction Trades
    47301100   Helper-Brickmason, Blockmason, Stonemason and Tile and Marble Setter
    47301200   Helper-Carpenter
    47301300   Helper-Electrician
    47301400   Helper-Painter, Paperhanger, Plasterer and Stucco Mason
    47301500   Helper-Pipelayer, Plumber, Pipefitter and Steamfitter
    47301600   Helper-Roofer
    47301900   Helper, Construction Trades
  47400000     Other Construction and Related Workers
    47401100   Construction and Building Inspector
    47402100   Elevator Installer and Repairer
    47403100   Fence Erector
    47404100   Hazardous Materials Removal Worker
      47404101 Irradiated-Fuel Handlers
    47405100   Highway Maintenance Worker
    47406100   Rail-Track Laying and Maintenance Equipment Operator
    47407100   Septic Tank Servicer and Sewer Pipe Cleaner
    47409100   Segmental Paver
    47409900   Construction and Related Worker
  47500000     Extraction Workers
    47501051   Oil, Gas, Drill Supervisors
    47501100   Derrick Operator, Oil and Gas
    47501200   Rotary Drill Operator, Oil and Gas
    47501300   Service Unit Operator, Oil, Gas and Mining
    47502100   Earth Driller, Except Oil and Gas
      47502101 Construction Drillers
      47502102 Well and Core Drill Operators
    47503100   Explosives Worker, Ordnance Handling Expert and Blaster
    47504100   Continuous Mining Machine Operator
    47504200   Mine Cutting and Channeling Machine Operator
    47504900   Mining Machine Operator
    47505100   Rock Splitter, Quarry
    47506100   Roof Bolter, Mining
    47507100   Roustabout, Oil and Gas
    47508100   Helper-Extraction Worker
    47509900   Extraction Worker
49000000       Installation, Maintenance, and Repair
  49100000     Supervisors of Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers
    49101100   First-Line Supervisor of Mechanics, Installers and Repairers
  49200000     Electrical and Electronic Equipment Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers
    49201100   Computer, Automated Teller and Office Machine Repairer
    49202100   Radio Mechanic
    49202200   Telecommunications Equipment Installer and Repairer
      49202201 Central Office and PBX Installers and Repairers
      49202202 Frame Wirers, Central Office
      49202203 Communication Equipment Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers
      49202204 Telecommunications Facility Examiners
      49202205 Station Installers and Repairers, Telephone
    49209100   Avionics Technician
    49209200   Electric Motor, Power Tool, and Related Repairer
      49209201 Electric Home Appliance and Power Tool Repairers
      49209202 Electric Motor and Switch Assemblers and Repairers
      49209203 Battery Repairers
      49209204 Transformer Repairers
      49209205 Electrical Parts Reconditioners
      49209206 Hand and Portable Power Tool Repairers
    49209300   Electrical and Electronics Installer and Repairer, Transportation Equipment
    49209400   Electrical and Electronics Repairer, Commercial and Industrial Equipment
    49209500   Electrical and Electronics Repairer, Powerhouse, Substation, and Relay
    49209600   Electronic Equipment Installer and Repairer, Motor Vehicles
    49209700   Electronic Home Entertainment Equipment Installer and Repairer
    49209800   Security and Fire Alarm Systems Installer
  49300000     Vehicle and Mobile Equipment Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers
    49301100   Aircraft Mechanic and Service Technician
      49301101 Airframe-and-Power-Plant Mechanics
      49301102 Aircraft Engine Specialists
      49301103 Aircraft Body and Bonded Structure Repairers
    49302100   Automotive Body and Related Repairer
    49302200   Automotive Glass Installer and Repairer
    49302300   Automotive Service Technician and Mechanic
      49302301 Automotive Master Mechanics
      49302302 Automotive Specialty Technicians
    49303100   Bus and Truck Mechanic and Diesel Engine Specialist
    49304000   Heavy Vehicle and Mobile Equipment Service Technicians and Mechanics
    49304100   Farm Equipment Mechanic
    49304200   Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanic, Except Engines
    49304300   Rail Car Repairer
    49305100   Motorboat Mechanic
    49305200   Motorcycle Mechanic
    49305300   Outdoor Power Equipment and Other Small Engine Mechanic
    49309100   Bicycle Repairer
    49309200   Recreational Vehicle Service Technician
    49309300   Tire Repairer and Changer
  49900000     Other Installation, Maintenance, and Repair
    49901100   Mechanical Door Repairer
    49901200   Control and Valve Installer and Repairer
      49901201 Electric Meter Installers and Repairers
      49901202 Valve and Regulator Repairers
      49901203 Meter Mechanics
    49902100   Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Mechanic and Installer
    49903100   Home Appliance Repairer
      49903101 Home Appliance Installers
      49903102 Gas Appliance Repairers
    49904100   Industrial Machinery Mechanic
    49904200   Maintenance and Repair Worker, General
    49904300   Maintenance Worker, Machinery
    49904400   Millwright
    49904500   Refractory Materials Repairer
    49905100   Electrical Power-Line Installer and Repairer
    49905200   Telecommunications Line Installer and Repairer
    49906100   Camera and Photographic Equipment Repairer
    49906200   Medical Equipment Repairer
    49906300   Musical Instrument Repairer and Tuner
      49906301 Keyboard Instrument Repairers and Tuners
      49906302 Stringed Instrument Repairers and Tuners
      49906303 Reed or Wind Instrument Repairers and Tuners
      49906304 Percussion Instrument Repairers and Tuners
    49906400   Watch Repairer
    49906900   Precision Instrument and Equipment Repairer
    49909100   Coin, Vending, and Amusement Machine Servicer and Repairer
    49909200   Commercial Diver
    49909300   Fabric Mender, Except Garment
    49909400   Locksmith and Safe Repairer
    49909500   Manufactured Building and Mobile Home Installer
    49909600   Rigger
    49909700   Signal and Track Switch Repairer
    49909800   Helper-Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Worker
    49909900   Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Worker
51000000       Production
  51100000     Supervisors, Production Workers
    51101100   First-Line Supervisor of Production and Operating Workers
  51200000     Assemblers and Fabricators
    51201100   Aircraft Structure, Surfaces, Rigging and Systems Assembler
    51202100   Coil Winder, Taper and Finisher
    51202200   Electrical and Electronic Equipment Assembler
    51202300   Electromechanical Equipment Assembler
    51203100   Engine and Other Machine Assembler
    51204100   Structural Metal Fabricator and Fitter
    51209100   Fiberglass Laminator and Fabricator
    51209200   Team Assembler
    51209300   Timing Device Assembler, Adjuster and Calibrator
    51209900   Assembler and Fabricator
  51300000     Food Processing Workers
    51301100   Baker
      51301101 Bakers, Bread and Pastry
      51301102 Bakers, Manufacturing
    51302100   Butcher and Meat Cutter
    51302200   Meat, Poultry, and Fish Cutter and Trimmer
    51302300   Slaughterer and Meat Packer
    51309100   Food and Tobacco Roasting, Baking, and Drying Machine Operator and Tender
    51309200   Food Batchmaker
    51309300   Food Cooking Machine Operator and Tender
  51400000     Metal and Plastic Workers
    51401100   Computer-Controlled Machine Tool Operator, Metal and Plastic
      51401101 Numerical Control Machine Tool Operators and Tenders, Metal and Plastic
    51401200   Numerical Tool and Process Control Programmer
    51402100   Extruding and Drawing Machine Setter, Operator and Tender, Metal and Plastic
    51402200   Forging Machine Setter, Operator and Tender, Metal and Plastic
    51402300   Rolling Machine Setter, Operator and Tender, Metal and Plastic
    51403100   Cutting, Punching, and Press Machine Setter, Operator and Tender, Metal and Plastic
    51403200   Drilling and Boring Machine Tool Setter, Operator and Tender, Metal and Plastic
    51403300   Grinding, Lapping, Polishing and Buffing Machine Tool Setter, Operator and Tender, Metal and Plastic
    51403400   Lathe and Turning Machine Tool Setter, Operator and Tender, Metal and Plastic
    51403500   Milling and Planing Machine Setter, Operator and Tender, Metal and Plastic
    51404100   Machinist
    51405100   Metal-Refining Furnace Operator and Tender
    51405200   Pourer and Caster, Metal
    51406100   Model Maker, Metal and Plastic
    51406200   Patternmaker, Metal and Plastic
    51407100   Foundry Mold and Coremaker
    51407200   Molding, Coremaking and Casting Machine Setter, Operator and Tender, Metal and Plastic
    51408100   Multiple Machine Tool Setter, Operator and Tender, Metal and Plastic
    51411100   Tool and Die Maker
    51412100   Welder, Cutter, Solderer and Brazer
      51412103 Welder-Fitters
    51412200   Welding, Soldering, and Brazing Machine Setter, Operator and Tender
    51419100   Heat Treating Equipment Setter, Operator and Tender, Metal and Plastic
      51419103 Heaters, Metal and Plastic
    51419200   Lay-Out Worker, Metal and Plastic
    51419300   Plating and Coating Machine Setter, Operator and Tender, Metal and Plastic
      51419301 Electrolytic Plating and Coating Machine Setters and Set-Up Operators, Metal and Plastic
      51419302 Electrolytic Plating and Coating Machine Operators and Tenders, Metal and Plastic
      51419303 Nonelectrolytic Plating and Coating Machine Setters and Set-Up Operators, Metal and Plastic
      51419304 Nonelectrolytic Plating and Coating Machine Operators and Tenders, Metal and Plastic
    51419400   Tool Grinder, Filer and Sharpener
    51419900   Metal and Plastic Worker
  51500000     Printing Workers
    51501100   Bindery Worker
      51501101 Bindery Machine Setters and Set-Up Operators
      51501102 Bindery Machine Operators and Tenders
    51501200   Bookbinder
    51502100   Job Printer
    51502200   Prepress Technician
      51502201 Hand Compositors and Typesetters
      51502202 Paste-Up Workers
      51502203 Photoengravers
      51502204 Camera Operators
      51502205 Scanner Operators
      51502206 Strippers
      51502207 Platemakers
      51502208 Dot Etchers
      51502209 Electronic Masking System Operators
      51502210 Electrotypers and Stereotypers
      51502211 Plate Finishers
      51502212 Typesetting and Composing Machine Operators and Tenders
      51502213 Photoengraving and Lithographing Machine Operators and Tenders
    51502300   Printing Machine Operator
      51502301 Precision Printing Workers
      51502302 Offset Lithographic Press Setters and Set-Up Operators
      51502303 Letterpress Setters and Set-Up Operators
      51502304 Design Printing Machine Setters and Set-Up Operators
      51502305 Marking and Identification Printing Machine Setters and Set-Up Operators
      51502306 Screen Printing Machine Setters and Set-Up Operators
      51502307 Embossing Machine Set-Up Operators
      51502308 Engraver Set-Up Operators
      51502309 Printing Press Machine Operators and Tenders
  51600000     Textile, Apparel and Furnishings Workers
    51601100   Laundry and Dry-Cleaning Worker
      51601101 Spotters, Dry Cleaning
      51601102 Precision Dyers
      51601103 Laundry and Drycleaning Machine Operators and Tenders, Except Pressing
    51602100   Presser, Textile, Garment and Related Materials
      51602101 Pressers, Delicate Fabrics
      51602102 Pressing Machine Operators and Tenders- Textile, Garment, and Related Materials
      51602103 Pressers, Hand
    51603100   Sewing Machine Operator
    51604100   Shoe and Leather Worker and Repairer
    51604200   Shoe Machine Operator and Tender
    51605100   Sewer, Hand
    51605200   Tailor, Dressmaker and Custom Sewer
    51606100   Textile Bleaching and Dyeing Machine Operator and Tender
    51606200   Textile Cutting Machine Setter, Operator and Tender
    51606300   Textile Knitting and Weaving Machine Setter, Operator and Tender
    51606400   Textile Winding, Twisting, and Drawing Out Machine Setter, Operator and Tender
    51609100   Extruding and Forming Machine Setter, Operator and Tender, Synthetic and Glass Fibers
    51609200   Fabric and Apparel Patternmaker
    51609300   Upholsterer
    51609900   Textile, Apparel and Furnishings Worker
  51700000     Woodworkers
    51701100   Cabinetmaker and Bench Carpenter
    51702100   Furniture Finisher
    51703100   Model Maker, Wood
    51703200   Patternmaker, Wood
    51704100   Sawing Machine Setter, Operator and Tender, Wood
    51704200   Woodworking Machine Setter, Operator and Tender, Except Sawing
    51709900   Woodworker
  51800000     Plant and System Operators
    51801100   Nuclear Power Reactor Operator
    51801200   Power Distributor and Dispatcher
    51801300   Power Plant Operator
      51801301 Power Generating Plant Operators, Except Auxiliary Equipment Operators
      51801302 Auxiliary Equipment Operators, Power
    51802100   Stationary Engineer and Boiler Operator
    51803100   Water and Liquid Waste Treatment Plant and System Operator
    51809100   Chemical Plant and System Operator
    51809200   Gas Plant Operator
      51809201 Gas Processing Plant Operators
      51809202 Gas Distribution Plant Operators
    51809300   Petroleum Pump System Operator, Refinery Operator and Gauger
    51809900   Plant and System Operator
  51900000     Other Production
    51901100   Chemical Equipment Operator and Tender
    51901200   Separating, Filtering, Clarifying, Precipitating, and Still Machine Setter, Operator and Tender
    51902100   Crushing, Grinding, and Polishing Machine Setter, Operator and Tender
    51902200   Grinding and Polishing Worker, Hand
    51902300   Mixing and Blending Machine Setter, Operator and Tender
    51903100   Cutter and Trimmer, Hand
    51903200   Cutting and Slicing Machine Setter, Operator and Tender
      51903201 Fiber Product Cutting Machine Setters and Set-Up Operators
      51903202 Stone Sawyers
      51903203 Glass Cutting Machine Setters and Set-Up Operators
    51904100   Extruding, Forming, Pressing, and Compacting Machine Setter, Operator and Tender
    51905100   Furnace, Kiln, Oven, Drier, and Kettle Operators and Tender
    51906100   Inspector, Tester, Sorter, Sampler and Weigher
      51906101 Materials Inspectors
      51906102 Mechanical Inspectors
      51906103 Precision Devices Inspectors and Testers
      51906104 Electrical and Electronic Inspectors and Testers
      51906105 Production Inspectors, Testers, Graders, Sorters, Samplers, Weighers
    51907100   Jeweler and Precious Stone and Metal Worker
      51907101 Jewelers
      51907102 Silversmiths
      51907103 Model and Mold Makers, Jewelry
      51907104 Bench Workers, Jewelry
      51907105 Pewter Casters and Finishers
      51907106 Gem and Diamond Workers
    51908100   Dental Laboratory Technician
    51908200   Medical Appliance Technician
    51908300   Ophthalmic Laboratory Technician
      51908301 Precision Lens Grinders and Polishers
      51908302 Optical Instrument Assemblers
    51911100   Packaging and Filling Machine Operator and Tender
    51912100   Coating, Painting, and Spraying Machine Setter, Operator and Tender
    51912200   Painter, Transportation Equipment
    51912300   Painting, Coating, and Decorating Worker
    51913100   Photographic Process Worker
      51913101 Photographic Retouchers and Restorers
      51913102 Photographic Reproduction Technicians
      51913103 Photographic Hand Developers
      51913104 Film Laboratory Technicians
    51913200   Photographic Processing Machine Operator
    51914100   Semiconductor Processor
    51919100   Cementing and Gluing Machine Operator and Tender
    51919200   Cleaning, Washing, and Metal Pickling Equipment Operator and Tender
    51919300   Cooling and Freezing Equipment Operator and Tender
    51919400   Etcher and Engraver
      51919401 Precision Etchers and Engravers, Hand or Machine
    51919500   Molder, Shaper and Caster, Except Metal and Plastic
      51919501 Precision Mold and Pattern Casters, except Nonferrous Metals
      51919502 Precision Pattern and Die Casters, Nonferrous Metals
      51919503 Stone Cutters and Carvers
      51919504 Glass Blowers, Molders, Benders, and Finishers
      51919505 Potters
      51919506 Mold Makers, Hand
      51919507 Molding and Casting Workers
    51919600   Paper Goods Machine Setter, Operator and Tender
    51919700   Tire Builder
    51919800   Helper-Production Worker
    51919900   Production Worker
53000000       Transportation and Material Moving
  53100000     Supervisors, Transportation and Material Moving Workers
    53101100   Aircraft Cargo Handling Supervisor
    53102100   First-Line Supervisor of Helpers, Laborers and Material Movers, Hand
    53103100   First-Line Supervisor of Transportation and Material-Moving Machine and Vehicle Operators
  53200000     Air Transportation Workers
    53201100   Airline Pilot, Copilot and Flight Engineer
    53201200   Commercial Pilot
    53202100   Air Traffic Controller
    53202200   Airfield Operations Specialist
  53300000     Motor Vehicle Operators
    53301100   Ambulance Driver and Attendant
    53302100   Bus Driver, Transit and Intercity
    53302200   Bus Driver, School
    53303100   Driver/Sales Worker
    53303200   Truck Driver, Heavy and Tractor-Trailer
    53303300   Truck Driver, Light or Delivery Services
    53304100   Taxi Driver and Chauffeur
    53309900   Motor Vehicle Operator
  53400000     Rail Transportation Workers
    53401100   Locomotive Engineer
    53401200   Locomotive Firer
    53401300   Rail Yard Engineer, Dinkey Operator and Hostler
    53402100   Railroad Brake, Signal, and Switch Operator
      53402101 Train Crew Members
      53402102 Railroad Yard Workers
    53403100   Railroad Conductor and Yardmaster
    53404100   Subway and Streetcar Operator
    53409900   Rail Transportation Worker
  53500000     Water Transportation Workers
    53501100   Sailor and Marine Oiler
      53501101 Able Seamen
      53501102 Ordinary Seamen and Marine Oilers
    53502100   Captain, Mate and Pilot of Water Vessel
      53502101 Ship and Boat Captains
      53502102 Mates- Ship, Boat, and Barge
      53502103 Pilots, Ship
    53502200   Motorboat Operator
    53503100   Ship Engineer
  53600000     Other Transportation Workers
    53601100   Bridge and Lock Tender
    53602100   Parking Lot Attendant
    53603100   Service Station Attendant
    53604100   Traffic Technician
    53605100   Transportation Inspector
      53605101 Aviation Inspectors
      53605102 Public Transportation Inspectors
      53605103 Marine Cargo Inspectors
      53605104 Railroad Inspectors
      53605105 Motor Vehicle Inspectors
      53605106 Freight Inspectors
    53609900   Transportation Worker
  53700000     Material Moving Worker
    53701100   Conveyor Operator and Tender
    53702100   Crane and Tower Operator
    53703100   Dredge Operator
    53703200   Excavating and Loading Machine and Dragline Operator
    53703300   Loading Machine Operator, Underground Mining
    53704100   Hoist and Winch Operator
    53705100   Industrial Truck and Tractor Operator
    53706100   Cleaner of Vehicles and Equipment
    53706200   Laborer and Freight, Stock and Material Mover, Hand
      53706201 Stevedores, Except Equipment Operators
      53706202 Grips and Set-Up Workers, Motion Picture Sets, Studios, and Stages
      53706203 Freight, Stock, and Material Movers, Hand
    53706300   Machine Feeder and Offbearer
    53706400   Packer and Packager, Hand
    53707100   Gas Compressor and Gas Pumping Station Operator
    53707200   Pump Operator
    53707300   Wellhead Pumper
    53708100   Refuse and Recyclable Material Collector
    53711100   Shuttle Car Operator
    53712100   Tank Car, Truck, and Ship Loader
    53719900   Material Moving Worker
55000000       Military Specific
  55100000     Military Officer Special and Tactical Operations
    55101100   Air Crew Officer
    55101200   Aircraft Launch and Recovery Officer
    55101300   Armored Assault Vehicle Officer
    55101400   Artillery and Missile Officer
    55101500   Command and Control Center Officer
    55101600   Infantry Officer
    55101700   Special Forces Officer
    55101900   Military Officer Special and Tactical Operations
  55200000     First-Line Enlisted Military Supervisor/Managers
    55201100   First-Line Supervisor of Air Crew Members
    55201200   First-Line Supervisor of Weapons Specialists/Crew Members
    55201300   First-Line Supervisor of Tactical Operations Specialists
  55300000     Military Enlisted Tactical Operations and Air/Weapons Specialist and Crew Member
    55301100   Air Crew Member
    55301200   Aircraft Launch and Recovery Specialist
    55301300   Armored Assault Vehicle Crew Member
    55301400   Artillery and Missile Crew Member
    55301500   Command and Control Center Specialist
    55301600   Infantry
    55301700   Radar and Sonar Technician
    55301800   Special Forces
    55301900   Military Enlisted Tactical Operations and Air/Weapons Specialist and Crew Member

8. Country and State/Province Codes

Country and State/Province Codes

The full ISO 3166:2013 list of supported values can be found on our docs site below:

(the list can also be downloaded from the docs site)

9. Interface Language

Language Language ID
Arabic ar
Chinese zh
Danish da
Dutch nl
English en
French fr
German de
Hindi hi
Italian it
Japanese jp
Korean ko
Malay ms
Portuguese pt
Romanian ro
Russian ru
Spanish es
Swedish sv
Tagalog tl
Taiwanese tw
Thai th
Vietnamese vi


1. Terms

Board Instance
A user-defined instance of an eQuest board. Each Board Instance is unique, and contains a set of configured parameters: account identifier, password, etc.
A set of data defining a particular job advertisement. This alone does not constitute a Posting.
Pipeline ID
A global string identifier for a Board in eQuest.
A Job destined for a Board Instance.