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This major group comprises occupations in industrial, electrical and construction trades, which usually require three or more years of apprenticeship, or several years of work experience in the trade combined with related high school, college or industry courses. It includes occupations in machining, metal forming, shaping and erecting trades; electrical trades and electrical power line and telecommunications workers; plumbers, pipefitters and gas fitters; carpenters and cabinetmakers; masonry and plastering trades; and other construction trades, as well as related supervisors and contractors.
This minor group includes industrial, electrical and construction trade contractors who own and operate their own businesses; and supervisors who supervise and co-ordinate the activities of workers in industrial, electrical and construction trades. They are employed by construction companies; electrical, mechanical, carpentry, bricklaying, masonry, cement and concrete, plastering, drywalling and lathing, roofing, insulation, painting, floor…
This minor group includes machinists, machining and tooling inspectors, tool and die makers, sheet metal workers, boilermakers, structural metal and platework fabricators and fitters, iron workers, welders and related machine operators. They are employed by machinery, equipment, vehicle, aircraft, shipbuilding and other metal products manufacturers; construction and electric power generation companies; tool and die, mould…
This minor group includes electricians, including industrial and power system electricians; electrical power line and cable workers; telecommunications line and cable workers; telecommunications installation and repair workers; and cable television service and maintenance technicians. They are employed by electrical contractors; maintenance departments of buildings, factories, plants, mines, shipyards and other industrial establishments; electric power generation,…
This minor group includes plumbers, steamfitters, pipefitters, sprinkler system installers and gas fitters. They are employed by plumbing contractors; maintenance departments of factories, plants and similar establishments; pipefitting and sprinkler system contractors; and gas utility and gas servicing companies; or they may be self-employed.
This minor group includes carpenters and cabinetmakers. They are employed by construction companies; carpentry and cabinetmaking contractors; maintenance departments of factories, plants and other establishments; and furniture manufacturing and repair companies; or they may be self-employed.
This minor group includes bricklayers, concrete finishers, tilesetters, plasterers, drywall installers and finishers and lathers. They are employed by construction companies; bricklaying, cement, concrete, masonry, plastering, drywalling and lathing contractors; and manufacturers of precast concrete products; or they may be self-employed.
This minor group includes roofers, shinglers, glaziers, insulators, painters and decorators (except interior decorators) and floor covering installers. They are employed by construction companies; roofing and general contractors; construction glass installation contractors and glass fabrication, retail service and repair shops; insulation and floor covering contractors and carpet outlets; and painting and building maintenance contractors; or…
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