Case #1: Assume younger individual with limitation to light work; occasional postural activities; no crouching; limited to simple repetitive tasks defined as one- and two-step instructions; no fast paced work; at an observably slower pace.
Assuming less than a 10% loss of productivity measured over a day, Jesko identified:
Steam Presser 789.687-166
Light SVP 1
Using the easiest way to garner the information about the SOC/OES codes, I run to OccuCollect From OccuCollect's DOT full report, the first five lines:
DOT Code: 789.687-166
SOC Code: 51-9198.00
O*NET URL: https://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/51-9198.00
DOT-O*NET Crosswalk: https://www.onetonline.org/crosswalk/DOT?s=789.687-166 &g=GO
DOT Name: Seam steamer (garment)
SOC 51-9198 are the helpers production workers. The OOH provides:
The DOT crosswalk inside of the O*NET lists 553 distinct DOT codes that form helpers - production workers. That XLSX link in the OOH box opens up the Employment Projections for this group. The DOT narrative identifies the industry as garment; knitting. The EP state the job numbers:
|313-40||Textile mills and textile product mills||5.9|
|315-60||Apparel, leather and allied product manufacturing||3.2|
The employment numbers are in thousands: 9,100 jobs in the textile and apparel manufacturing industry subsectors. Our friends at Job Browser Pro identify industry groups 313200, 315100, and 315200. The EP does not have a separate listing for 313000. But we have basic math skills and take the 5,900 for 313-40 and subtract the number of jobs in 314000.
|314000||Textile product mills||2.6|
JBP lists 40 helpers - production workers that exist in the textile mills industry (313200); 8 that exist in apparel knitting mills (315100), and 21 that exist in apparel manufacturing (315200). JBP estimates 75 seam steamers in the nation.
JBP does not identify the textile mills subsector; it identifies the fiber, yarn, and thread mills industry group. Nor does JBP identify the three industry groups inside of 315000. JBP identifies 315100 and 315200. We know that there is at least one more (315900) from our look at garment sorter. CBP describes those industries:
315100 Apparel Knitting Mills 12,014
315200 Cut and Sew Apparel Mfg. 5,430
Those aren't the helper jobs, those are ALL the jobs in the industry. Take a slice out of 35,600 industry jobs. Three percent gives a number larger than JBP reported and does not account for the 8, 21, and 40 other DOT codes that are both in the industry and are helpers - production workers.