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This sixth edition of the Career Guide to Industries provides valuable information from an industry perspective for persons making career decisions. It is a companion to the Bureau of Labor Statistics 2004-05 edition of the Occupational Outlook Handbook, a nationally recognized source of career guidance information for more than five decades. The Handbook provides information on careers from an occupational perspective.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics produced the Career Guide to Industries under the general guidance and direction of Michael W. Horrigan, Assistant Commissioner for Occupational Statistics and Employment Projections, and Mike Pilot, Chief, Division of Occupational Outlook. Chester C. Levine and Jon Q. Sargent, Managers of Occupational Outlook Studies, provided planning and day-to-day direction.
Supervisors overseeing the research and preparation of material were Douglas Braddock, Theresa Cosca, Arlene K. Dohm, and Carolyn Veneri. Occupational analysts who contributed material were Azure Albeck, Andrew D. Alpert, Jill Auyer, Hall Dillon, Tamara Dillon, Erika Heaton, Elka Jones, Henry T. Kasper, Jonathan Kelinson, T. Alan Lacey, William Lawhorn, Mark Mittelhauser, Kevin M. McCarron, Roger Moncarz, Terry Schau, Lynn Shniper, Patricia Tate, and Ian Wyatt.
Editorial work was provided by Edith Baker, Monica Carpio, Monica Gabor, and Douglas Himes, under the supervision of Mary K. Rieg. Word processing support was provided by Monique Smith and Beverly A. Williams. Computer programming support was provided by David S. Frank and Erik A. Savisaar. Cover and other art-work were designed by Keith Tapscott.
Michael Horton, Mary Jablonski, Imran Khan, Charles Muhl, and Jim Power were responsible for website design. Theresa Cosca, T. Alan Lacey, and Erik A. Savisaar coordinated, and Andrew D. Alpert, Robbin Galloway, Henry T. Kasper, Kevin M. McCarron, Monique Smith, Ian Wyatt, and Jo-Ann Yu prepared this HTML version.
Last Modified Date: February 27, 2004