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ROCC
Occupation, labor reserve

Description

ROCC reports the last occupation of sample-line persons in the "labor reserve" - those persons who worked during the previous calendar year but who are not currently in the labor force.

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Comparability

This variable is only available for 1950. ROCC is the only variable for 1950 indicating an occupation for persons who were not in the labor force (working, temporarily absent from a job, or looking for work) in the week prior to the census but who had worked in the previous year. The 1940 variable UOCC similarly supplies an occupation for previously-employed persons not in the labor force in the week prior to the census. Beginning in 1960, the census collected occupational data (in OCC) not only for persons currently in the labor force, but also for all persons who had worked during a specific reference period (within the past 10 years for 1960-1970, within the past five years for 1980-2000 and the ACS). (See OCC for further discussion).

Universe

  • Sample-line persons age 14+ who worked 1+ weeks in 1949 but who are not currently in the labor force.

Availability

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Flags

QROCC 

Editing Procedure

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