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Note: The DOT was created by the Employment and Training Administration, and was last updated in 1991. It has been replaced by the O*NET.


DICTIONARY OF OCCUPATIONAL TITLES (4th Ed., Rev. 1991) -- SPECIAL NOTICE


SPECIAL NOTICE

Occupational information contained in the revised forth edition DOT reflects job as they have been found to occur, but they may not coincide in every respect with the content of jobs as performed in particular establishments or at certain localities. DOT users demanding specific job requirements should supplement this data with local information detailing jobs within their community.

In using the DOT, it should be noted the U.S. Employment Service has no responsibility for establishing appropriate wage levels for workers in the United States, or settling jurisdictional matters in relation to different occupations. In preparing occupational definitions, no data were collected concerning these and related matters. therefore, the occupational information in this edition cannot be regarded as determining standards for any aspect of the employer-employee relationship. Data contained in this publication should not be considered a judicial or legislative standard for wages, hours, or other contractual or bargaining elements.

Material contained in this publication is in the public domain and may be reproduced fully or partially, without the permission of the Federal Government. Source credit is requested but not required.

Comments or inquiries regarding definitions or data elements included in the revised fourth edition DOT are invited and should be addressed to:

Mr. Stanley Rose, Supervisor
North Carolina Occupational Analysis Field Center
North Carolina Employment Security Commission
Post Office Box 27625
Raleigh, North Carolina 27611

Telephone inquiries made be made by calling (919) 733-7917.