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Contents

General Notes

Data Tables

Appendix A. Technical Notes

Appendix B. Crosswalk of NSF Major and Minor Occupational Groups and OPM Occupational Series

Suggested Citation, Acknowledgments



Steven Proudfoot,
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Appendix B. Crosswalk of National Science Foundation (NSF) Major and Minor Occupational Groups and Office of Personnel Management (OPM) Occupational Series

 
NSF major and minor occupational group OPM occupational series and code
Computer and mathematical scientist
Computer/ information scientist 334 Computer specialists
1550 Computer scientists
1670 Equipment specialists
2210 Information technology management positions
Mathematical scientist 1515 Operations research analysts
1520 Mathematicians
1529 Mathematical statisticians
1530 Statisticians
1541 Cryptography analysts
Life scientist
Agricultural/food scientist 28 Environmental protection specialists
406 Agricultural extension specialists
437 Horticulturalists
454 Range conservationists
457 Soil conservationists
470 Soil scientists
471 Agronomists
487 Animal scientists
Biological scientist 401 Biological scientists, general
403 Microbiologists
405 Pharmacologists
408 Ecologists
410 Zoologists
413 Physiologists
414 Entomologists
415 Toxicologists
430 Botanists
434 Plant pathologists
435 Plant physiologists
440 Geneticists
482 Fishery biologists
486 Wildlife biologists
Physical scientist
Chemist, except biochemist 1320 Chemists
Earth/atmospheric/ocean scientist 1310 Physicists
1313 Geophysicists
1315 Hydrologists
1330 Astronomers and space scientists
1340 Meteorologists
1350 Geologists
1360 Oceanographers
1372 Geodesists
Other physical scientist 1301 Physical scientists, general
1306 Health physicists
Social scientist 110 Economists
135 Foreign agricultural affairs analysts
1140 Trade specialists
1146 Agricultural market specialists
1147 Agricultural market analysts
2110 Transportation industry analysts
Political scientist 130 Foreign affairs analysts
131 International relations specialists
Psychologist 180 Psychologists
Sociologist/anthropologist 184 Sociologists
190 General anthropologists
Other social scientist 101 Social scientists, general
106 Unemployment insurance specialists
132 Intelligence specialists
136 International cooperation specialists
140 Manpower research analysts
150 Geographers
160 Civil rights analysts
193 Archeologists
1730 Education research analysts
Engineer
Aerospace engineer 861 Aerospace engineers
Chemical engineer 893 Chemical engineers
Civil engineer 810 Civil engineers
Electrical/electronics/computer engineer 850 Electrical engineers
854 Computer engineers
855 Electronics engineers
Industrial engineer 803 Safety engineers
804 Fire prevention engineers
896 Industrial engineers
Mechanical engineer 830 Mechanical engineers
Other engineer 801 Engineers, general
806 Materials engineers
819 Environmental engineers
840 Nuclear engineers
858 Biomedical engineers
871 Naval architects
880 Mining engineers
881 Petroleum engineers
890 Agricultural engineers
892 Ceramic engineers
894 welding engineers
1321 Metallurgists
 
Federal Scientists and Engineers: 2003–05
Detailed Statistical Tables | NSF 09-302 | December 2008