The Employment Development Department’s Labor Market Information Division collects and analyzes data on employment and makes projections by industry and occupation. Details available from those databases allow the compilation of staffing patterns by industry and occupation for use in job search, economic development, and other purposes.
- Staffing Patterns
- Industry Classification
- Occupation Classification
- Occupation Profiles
- Occupational Guides
- Additional Resources
- Staffing Patterns
Find a ranked list of the occupations employed within an industry, or the industries that employ a specific occupation statewide.
- Staffing Pattern Data Include:
Employment – Number of jobs in a base year and projected year for a 10-year period.
Numeric Change – Difference between the estimated and projected employment.
Occupation – Classified using the Standard Occupation Classification (SOC) system.
Industry – Classified using the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS).
Geography – California only.
- The Staffing Patterns can be used to Find Local Employers
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- North American Industry Classification System (NAICS)
Learn more about NAICS, the primary industry coding system used on this website.
- NAICS Industry Search
Find an industry classification using the official North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) search system.
- Standard Occupational Classification (SOC)
The data provided on this website use the Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) to classify occupations.
Use CodeFinder to look up an occupation code for your occupations.
Find detailed information for hundreds of occupations. The Occupation Profiles include information on wages, hiring trends, licensing, and more for an occupation in the state or a county.
- California Occupational Guides
For career exploration includes job description and requirements, local job outlook, local benefits and wages, licensing, education, training, links to possible employers, how to find a job, and links to additional resources.
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