Occupational Saturation Intelligence

Master Occupation Data Table

11 Mamagerial Profile Data
11 - Management

Business Financial Profile
13 - Business & Financial

Profile
15 - Computer & Mathematics

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17 - Architectural & Engineering

Science
19 - Science (Life, Physical & Social)

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21 - Community & Social Services

Legal
23 - Legal

Education
25 - Education

Art
27 - Art, Design, Entertainment, Sports & Media

Healthcare
29 - Healthcare Practitioners & Technical Healthcare Support

Healthcare
31 - Healthcare Support

Protective Services
33 - Protective Service

Food Prep
35 - Food Preparation & Serving Related

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37 - Building, Grounds Keeping & Maintenance

Personal Care
39 - Personal Care & Service

Sales
41 - Sales & Related

Office and Admin
43 - Office & Administrative Support

Farming-Fishing-Forestry
45 - Farming, Fishing & Forestry

Construction
47 - Construction

Installation Repair Maintenance
49 - Installation, Repair & Maintenance

Production
51 - Production

Transportation
53 - Transportation & Material Moving

Saturation rate is a point-in-time measure of labor supply relative to current employment. It is calculated by dividing the number of available applicants (calculated with unemployment by occupation) by the total number jobs for each occupation. The legend for using saturation rates is to the right. Another relevant measure is number of applicants per job opening, calculated by dividing the number of available applicants by the number of projected annual openings.