1971 Census Appendix 5

Occupation Orders and Unit Groups

Order 00 (I. Farmers, Foresters, Fishermen)

001 = Fishermen

002 = Farmers, farm managers, market gardeners

003 = Agricultural workers n.e.c.

004 = Agricultural machinery drivers

005 = Gardeners and Groundsmen

006 = Foresters and woodmen\

Order 01 (II. Miners and Quarrymen)

007 = Coal mine workers underground

008 = Coal mine workers above ground

009 = Workers below ground n.e.c.

010 = Surface workers n.e.c. mines and quarries

Order 02 (III. Gas, Coke and Chemical Makers)

011 = Furnacemen, coal gas and coke ovens

012 = Chemical production process workers n.e.c.

Order 03 (IV. Glass and Ceramic Makers)

013 = Ceramic formers

014 = Glass formers, finishers and decorators

015 = Furnacement, kilnmen, glass and ceramic

016 = Ceramics' decorators and finishers

017 = Glass and ceramics production process workers n.e.c.

Order 04 (V. (Furnace, Forge, Foundry, Rolling Mill Workers)

018 = Furnacemen metal

019 = Rolling, tube mill operators, metal drawers

020 = Moulders, and coremakers (foundry)

021 = Smiths, forgemen

022 = Metal making and treating workers n.e.c.

023 = Fettlers, metal dressers

Order 05 (VI. Electrical and Electronic Workers)

024 = Radio and radar mechanics

025 = Installers and repairmen, telephone

026 = Linesmen, cable jointers

027 = Electricians

028 = Electrical and electronic fitters

029 = Assemblers (electrical and electronic)

030 = Electrical engineers (so described)

Order 06 (VII. Engineering and Allied Trades Workers n.e.c.)

031 = Foremen (engineering and allied trades)

032 = Apprentices (engineering and allied trades)

033 = Sheet metal workers

034 = Steel erectors; riggers

035 = Metal plate workers; riveters

036 = Gas, electric welders, cutters; braziers

037 = Turners

038 = Machine tool setters, setter operators n.e.c.

039 = Machine tool operators

040 = Tool makers, tool room fitters

041 = Motor mechanics, auto engineers

042 = Maintenance fitters, maintenance engineers, millwrights

043 = Fitters n.e.c., machine erectors, etc.

044 = Electro-platers, dip platers and related workers

045 = Plumbers, gas fitters, lead burners

046 = Pipe fitters, heating engineers

047 = Press workers and stampers

048 = Metal workers n.e.c.

049 = Watch and chronometer makers and repairers

050 = Precision instrument makers and repairers

051 = Goldsmiths, silversmiths, jewellery makers

052 = Coach, carriage, wagon builders and repairers

053 = Inspectors (metal and electrical goods)

054 = Other metal making, working; jewellery and electrical production process workers

Order 07 (VIII. Woodworkers)

055 = Carpenters and joiners

056 = Cabinet makers

057 = Sawyers and wood working machinists

058 = Pattern makers

059 = Woodworkers n.e.c.

Order 08 (IX. Leather workers)

060 = Tanners; leather, fur dressers, fellmongers

061 = Shoemakers and shoe repairers

062 = Cutters, lasters, sewers, footwear and related workers

063 = Leather products makers n.e.c.

Order 09 (X. Textile Workers)

064 = Fibre preparers

065 = Spinners, doublers, twisters

066 = Winders, reelers

067 = Warpers, sizers, drawerrs-in

068 = Weavers

069 = Knitters

070 = Bleachers and finishers of textiles

071 = Dyers of textiles

072 = Textile fabrics and related products makers and examiners n.e.c.

073 = Textile fabrics etc, production process workers n.e.c.

Order 10 (XI. Clothing Workers)

074 = Tailors, dress, light clothing makers

075 = Upholsterers and related workers

076 = Hand and machine sewers and embroiderers, textile and light leather products

077 = Clothing and related products makers n.e.c.

Order 11 (XII. Food, Drink and Tobacco Workers)

078 = Bakers and pastry cooks

079 = Butchers and meat cutters

080 = Brewers, wine makers and related workers

081 = Food processors n.e.c.

082 = Tobacco preparers and products makers

Order 12 (XIII. Paper and Printing Workers)

083 = Makers of paper and paperboard

084 = Paper products makers

085 = Compositors

086 = Printing press operators

087 = Printers (so described)

088 = Printing workers n.e.c.

Order 13 (XIV. Makers of other products)

089 = Workers in rubber

090 = Workers in plastic

091 = Craftsmen n.e.c.

092 = Other production process workers

Order 14 (XV. Construction Workers)

093 = Bricklayers, tile setters

094 = Masons, stone cutters, slate workers

095 = Plasterers, cement finishers, terrazzo workers

096 = Builders (so described); clerks of works

097 = Bricklayers etc; labourers n.e.c.

098 = Construction workers n.e.c.

Order 15 (XVI. Painters and Decorators)

099 = Aerographers, paint sprayers

100 = Painters, decorators n.e.c.

101 = Coach painters (so described)

Order 16 (XVII. Drivers of Stationery Engines, Cranes etc)

102 = Boiler firemen

103 = Crane operators; slingers

104 = Operators of earth moving and other construction machinery n.e.c.

105 = Stationery engine, materials handling plant operators n.e.c. oilers and greasers

Order 17 (XVIII. Labourers n.e.c.)

106 = Railway lengthmen, Labourers and unskilled workers n.e.c.

107 = Chemical and allied trades

108 = Engineering and allied trades

109 = Foundries in engineering and allied trades

110 = Textiles (not textile goods)

111 = Coke ovens and gas works

112 = Glass and ceramics

113 = Building and contracting

114 = Other

Order 18 (XIX. Transport and Communications Workers)

115 = Deck, engineering officers and pilots, ship

116 = Deck and engineroom ratings, barge and boatmen

117 = Aircraft pilots, navigators and flight engineers

118 = Drivers, motormen, second men, railway engine

119 = Railway guards

120 = Drivers of buses, coaches

121 = Drivers of other road passenger vehicles

122 = Drivers of road goods vehicles

123 = Inspectors, supervisors, transport

124 = Shunters, pointsmen

125 = Signalmen and crossing keepers, railways

126 = Traffic controllers and dispatchers, transport

127 = Telephone operators\

128 = Telegraph and radio operators

129 = Postmen, mailsorters

130 = Messengers

131 = Bus conductors

132 = Porters, ticket collectors, railway

133 = Stevedores, dock labourers

134 = Lorry drivers mates, van guards

135 = Workers in transport and communication occupations n.e.c.

Order 19 (XX. Warehousemen, Storekeepers, Packers, Bottlers)

136 = Warehousmen, storekeepers and assistants

137 = Packers, labellers and related workers

Order 20 (XXI. Clerical Workers)

138 = Office managers n.e.c.

139 = Clerks, cashiers

140 = Office machine operators

141 = Typists, shorthand writers, secretaries

142 = Civil service executive officers

Order 21 (XXII. Sales Workers)

143 = Proprietors and managers, sales

144 = Shop salesmen and assistants

145 = Roundsmen (bread, milk, laundry, soft drinks)

146 = Street vendors, hawkers

147 = Garage proprietors

148 = Commercial travellers, manufacturers' agents

149 = Finance, insurance brokers, financial agents

150 = Salesmen' services: valuers, auctioneers

Order 22 (XXIII. Service, Sport and Recreation Workers)

151 = Fire brigade officers and men

152 = Police officers and men

153 = Guards and related workers n.e.c.

154 = Publicans, innkeepers

155 = Barmen, barmaids

156 = Proprietors and managers boarding houses and hotels

157 = Housekeepers, stewards, matrons and housemothers

158 = Domestic housekeepers

159 = Restauranteurs

160 = Waiters and Waitresses

161 = Canteen assistants, counter hands

162 = Cooks

163 = Kitchen hands

164 = Maids, valets and related service workers n.e.c.

165 = Caretakers, office keepers

166 = Charwomen, office cleaners; window cleaners, chimney sweeps

167 = Hairdressers, manicurists, beauticians

168 = Launderers, dry cleaners and pressers

169 = Athletes, sportsmen and related workers

170 = Hospital or ward orderlies: ambulance men

171 = Proprietors and managers, services, sports and recreations n.e.c.

Order 23 (XXIV. Administrators and Managers)

173 = Ministers of the crown; MPs (n.e.c.); senior government officials

174 = Local authortiy senior officers

175 = Managers in engineering and allied trades

176 = Managers in building and contracting

177 = Managers in mining and production n.e.c.

178 = Personnel managers

179 = Sales managers

180 = Managers n.e.c.

Order 24 (XXV. Professional, Technical Workers, Artists)

181 = Medical practitioners (qualified)

182 = Dental practitioners

183 = Nurses

184 = Pharmacists

185 = Radiographers (medical and industrial)

186 = Opthalmic and dispensing optician

187 = Chiropodists

188 = Physiotherapists

189 = Occupation therapists

190 = Public health inspectors

191 = Medical workers n.e.c.

192 = University teachers

193 = Primary and secondary school teachers

194 = Teachers n.e.c.

195 = Civil, structural, municipal engineers

196 = Mechanical engineers

197 = Electrical engineers

198 = Electronic engineers

199 = Workstudy, progress engineers

200 = Planning production engineers

201 = Engineers n.e.c.

202 = Metallurgists

203 = Technologists n.e.c.

204 = Chemists

205 = Physical and biological scientists

206 = Authors, journalists and related workers

207 = Stage managers, actors, entertainers, musicians

208 = Painters, sculptors and related creative artists

209 = Accountants, professional

210 = Company secretaries and registrars

211 = Surveyors

212 = Architects, town planners

213 = Clergy, ministers, members of religious orders

214 = Judges, barristers, advocates, solicitors

215 = Social welfare and related workers

216 = Officials of trades or professional associations

217 = Professional workers n.e.c.

218 = Draughtsmen

219 = Laboratory assistants, technicians

220 = Technical and related workers

Odrer 25 (XXVI. Armed Forces [British and Foreign])

221 = Armed Forces (UK)

222 = Armed Forces (Commonwealth and Foreign)

Order 26 (XXVII. Inadequately described occupations)

223 = Inadequately described occupations