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ERIC Number: ED051397
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968-Oct-31
Pages: 167
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Occupations of Federal White-Collar Workers.
Civil Service Commission, Washington, DC. Manpower Statistics Div.
This compilation of information about white-collar personnel employed full-time by the Federal Government in 1968, is intended to assist in analyzing and evaluating manpower utilization and requirements, and in determining policies concerning national manpower resources. It should serve as a basic reference for guidance, counseling, or other personnel concerned with matching jobs and people. The data on occupations, salaries, and employer agencies, etc. are contained in 12 tables. Summary highlights include: (1) Of the 2,093,610 Federal civilian white-collar workforce, over 94 percent were employed full-time in over 450 occupations and 34 percent were women, (2) Postal operations was the largest of all occupational groups, and the 585,838 postal employees accounted for 30 percent of the total group, and (3) Over 80 percent of all full-time white-collar personnel working in the United States (exclusive of the Washington, D.C. area) and 55 percent of those working the D.C. area are concentrated in six major employer agencies--Post Office, the military services, Veterans Administration, Agriculture, Treasury, and Health, Education and Welfare. (RR)
Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402 (CS1.48:SM56-08, $1.50)
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Authoring Institution: Civil Service Commission, Washington, DC. Manpower Statistics Div.