Occupational Prioritization for Training
Data Sources and Limitations
for Occupational Filter Definitions
Health care occupations are those determined to be necessary for the delivery of health care services. An initial determination was made in partnership with industry in 2005, and has been updated subsequently as the number of Oregon Employment Department published occupations has increased.
All Non-Health Care
This list excludes health care occupations, but includes all other occupations. Health care occupations are those determined to be necessary for the delivery of health care services.
Manufacturing occupations are defined here as those with greater than 25 percent of their occupational employment in a manufacturing industry.
Science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) occupations are based on the Brookings Institution definition, which uses O*Net knowledge scores to determine if an occupation requires a high level of STEM-related knowledge. This definition has also been adopted by the Oregon STEM Council.
This list includes occupations that are linked to currently approved Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries apprenticeship programs.
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