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  • 1. Veterans Retraining Assistance Program High Demand Occupations Table of Contents Management Occupations HU U Business and Financial Operations HU U Computer and Mathematical Occupations HU U Architecture and Engineering Occupations HU U Life, Physical, and Social Science HU Occupations U Community and Social Services HU Occupations U Legal Occupations HU U Education, Training, and Library HUThe Veterans Retraining Occupations UAssistance Program (VRAP) Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, and HU Media Occupationsprovides training towards an Healthcare Practitioner and Technical UAssociates Degree, Non-College, HU Occupations UDegree, or Certificate that leads to Healthcare Support Occupations HU Ua high demand occupation, as Protective Service Occupations 0BHU U Food Preparation and Serving Relateddetermined by the Department of HU OccupationsLabor. U Building and Grounds Cleaning and HU Maintenance Occupations U Personal Care and Service Occupations 1BHU U Sales and Related Occupations 2BHU U Office and Administrative Support HU Occupations U Construction and Extraction Occupations 3BHU U Installation, Maintenance, and Repair HU Occupations U Production Occupations 4BHU U Transportation and Material Moving HU Occupations U
  • 2. Management Occupations5B Life, Physical, and Social Science 9B1. General and Operations Occupations Managers2. Constructions Managers 20. Chemical Technicians 21. Geological and PetroleumBusiness and Financial Operations6B TechniciansOccupations 22. Social Science Research Assistants3. Wholesale and Retail Buyers, 23. Environmental Science and Except Farm Products Protection Technicians, Including4. Purchasing Agents, Except Health Wholesale, Retail, and Farm 24. Forest and Conservation Products Technicians5. Claim Adjusters, Examiners, and 25. Life, Physical, and Social Science Investigators Technicians, All Other6. Business Operations Specialists, All Other7. Appraisers and Assessors of Community and Social Services 10B Real Estate Occupations8. Loan Officers9. Tax Preparers 26. Substance Abuse and Behavioral Disorder CounselorsComputer and Mathematical7BOccupations Legal Occupations 1B10. Computer Support Specialists 27. Paralegals and Legal AssistantsArchitecture and Engineering8BOccupations Education, Training, and Library 12B Occupations11. Architectural and Civil Drafters12. Mechanical Drafters 28. Preschool Teachers, Except13. Civil Engineering Technicians Special Education14. Electrical and Electronics 29. Library Technicians Engineering Technicians15. Environmental Engineering Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, 13B Technicians and Media Occupations16. Industrial Engineering Technicians 30. Merchandise Displayers and17. Mechanical Engineering Window Trimmers Technicians 31. Actors18. Engineering Technicians, Except 32. Athletes and Sports Competitors Drafters, All Other 33. Coaches and Scouts19. Surveying and Mapping 34. Umpires, Referees, and Other Technicians Sports OfficialsPage 2 of 6
  • 3. 35. Choreographers 64. Dental Assistants36. Musicians and Singers 65. Medical Assistants37. Audio and Video Equipment 66. Medical Equipment Preparers Technicians 67. Medical Transcriptionists38. Broadcast Technicians39. Photographers Protective Service Occupations 15BHealthcare Practitioner and Technical 68. First-Line Supervisors ofOccupations Correctional Officers 69. First-Line Supervisors of Police40. Registered Nurses and Detectives41. Radiation Therapists 70. First-Line Supervisors of Fire42. Respiratory Therapists Fighting and Prevention Workers43. Medical and Clinical Laboratory 71. Firefighters Technicians 72. Correctional Officers and Jailers44. Dental Hygienists 73. Detectives and Criminal45. Cardiovascular Technologists Investigators and Technicians 74. Police and Sheriff’s Patrol46. Diagnostic Medical Sonographers Officers47. Nuclear Medicine Technologists 75. Private Detectives and48. Radiologic Technologists and Investigators Technicians 76. Transportation Security49. Emergency Medical Technicians Screeners (Federal Only) and Paramedics50. Dietetic Technicians Food Preparation and Serving51. Pharmacy Technicians Related Occupations52. Psychiatric Technicians53. Surgical Technologists 77. Cooks, Private Household54. Veterinary Technologists and Technicians Building and Grounds Cleaning and55. Licensed Practical and Licensed Maintenance Occupations Vocational Nurses56. Medical Records and Health 78. Pest Control Workers Information Technicians57. Opticians, Dispensing Personal Care and Service 16B58. Health Technologists and Occupations Technicians, All Other 79. Gaming DealersHealthcare Support Occupations14B 80. Funeral Service Managers, Directors, Morticians, and59. Nursing Aides, Orderlies, and Undertakers Attendants 81. Barbers60. Occupational Therapy Assistants 82. Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and61. Physical Therapist Assistants Cosmetologists62. Physical Therapist Aides 83. Manicurists and Pedicurists63. Massage Therapists 84. Skincare SpecialistsPage 3 of 6
  • 4. 18B85. Tour Guides and Escorts86. Travel Guides87. Residential Advisors Construction and Extraction OccupationsSales and Related Occupations17B 108. Boilermakers88. Advertising Sales Agents 109. Brickmasons and Blockmasons89. Insurance Sales Agents 110. Stonemasons90. Travel Agents 111. Carpenters91. Sales Representatives, 112. Floor Sanders and Finishers Wholesale and Manufacturing, 113. Terrazzo Workers and Finishers Except Technical and Scientific 114. Paving, Surfacing, and Tamping Products Equipment Operators92. Real Estate Sales Agents 115. Pile-Driver Operators93. Sales and Related Workers, All 116. Operating Engineers and Other Other Construction Equipment Operators 117. ElectriciansOffice and Administrative Support 118. GlaziersOccupations 119. Insulation Workers, Mechanical 120. Plumbers, Pipefitters; and94. Bill and Account Collectors Steamfitters95. Bookkeeping, Accounting, and 121. Reinforcing Iron and Rebar Auditing Clerks Workers96. Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks 122. Sheet Metal Workers97. Procurement Clerks 123. Structural Iron and Steel Workers98. Brokerage Clerks 124. Construction and Building99. Court, Municipal, and License Inspectors Clerks 125. Fence Erectors100. Eligibility Interviewers, 126. Hazardous Materials Removal Government Programs Workers101. Police, Fire, and Ambulance 127. Highway Maintenance Workers Dispatchers 128. Segmental Pavers102. Dispatchers, Except Police, Fire, 129. Construction and Related and Ambulance Workers, All Other103. Production, Planning, and Expediting Clerks Installation, Maintenance, and Repair104. Legal Secretaries Occupations105. Medical Secretaries106. Data Entry Keyers 130. Computer, Automated Teller, and107. Insurance Claims and Policy Office Machine Repairers Processing Clerks 131. Radio, Cellular, and Tower Equipment Installers and Repairs 132. Telecommunications Equipment Installers and Repairers, Except Line InstallersPage 4 of 6
  • 5. 133. Electrical and Electronics 159. Commercial Divers Repairers, Commercial and 160. Locksmiths and Safe Repairers Industrial Equipment 161. Helpers – Installation,134. Electronic Home Entertainment Maintenance, and Repair Equipment Installers and Workers Repairers 162. Installation, Maintenance, and135. Security and Fire Alarm System Repair Workers, All Other Installers136. Aircraft Mechanics and Service Production Occupations 19B Technicians137. Automotive Body and Related 163. First-Line Supervisors of Repairers Production and Operating138. Automotive Glass Installers and Workers Repairers 164. Aircraft Structure, Surfaces,139. Automotive Service Technicians Rigging, and Systems and Mechanics Assemblers140. Bus and Truck Mechanics and 165. Structural Metal Fabricators and Diesel Engine Specialists Fitters141. Farm Equipment Mechanics and 166. Team Assemblers Service Technicians 167. Assemblers and Fabricators, All142. Mobile Heavy Equipment Other Mechanics, Except Engines 168. Computer-Controlled Machine143. Rail Car Repairers Tool Operators, Metal and Plastic144. Motorboat Mechanics and 169. Extruding and Drawing Machine Service Technicians Setters, Operators, and Tenders,145. Motorcycle Mechanics Metal and Plastic146. Outdoor Power Equipment and 170. Cutting, Punching, and Press Other Small Engine Mechanics Machine Setters, Operators, and147. Bicycle Repairers Tenders, Metal and Plastic148. Recreational Vehicle Service 171. Grinding, Lapping, Polishing, and Technicians Buffing Machine Tool Setters,149. Tire Repairers and Changers Operators, and Tenders, Metal150. Mechanical Door Repairers and Plastic151. Heating, Air Conditioning, and 172. Lathe and Turning Machine Tool Refrigeration Mechanics and Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Installers Metal and Plastic152. Home Appliance Repairers 173. Machinists153. Industrial Machinery Mechanics 174. Metal-Refining Furnace154. Maintenance Workers, Machinery Operators and Tenders155. Electrical Power-Line Installers 175. Molding, Coremaking, and and Repairers Casting Machine Setters,156. Telecommunications Line Operators, and Tenders, Metal Installers and Repairers and Plastic157. Medical Equipment Repairers 176. Multiple Machine Tool Setters,158. Maintenance and Repair Operators, and Tenders, Metal Workers, General and PlasticPage 5 of 6
  • 6. 177. Welders, Cutters, Solderers, and 198. Painting, Coating, and Decorating Brazers Workers178. Welding, Soldering, and Brazing 199. Molders, Shapers, and Casters, Machine Setters, Operators, and Except Metal and Plastic Tenders 200. Production Workers, All Other179. Heat Treating Equipment Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal Transportation and Material Moving and Plastic Occupations180. Prepress Technicians and Workers 201. Airline Pilots, Copilots, and Flight181. Printing Press Operators Engineers182. Upholsterers 202. Commercial Pilots183. Cabinetmakers and Bench 203. Air Traffic Controllers Carpenters 204. Flight Attendants184. Power Plant Operators 205. Ambulance Drivers and185. Stationary Engineers and Boiler Attendants, Except Emergency Operators Medical Technicians186. Water and Wastewater 206. Bus Drivers, Transit and Intercity Treatment Plan and System 207. Bus Drivers, School and Special Operators Client187. Chemical Plant and System 208. Locomotive Engineers Operators 209. Railroad Conductors and188. Petroleum Pump System Yardmasters Operators, Refinery Operators, 210. Transportation Inspectors and Gaugers189. Crushing, Grinding, and Polishing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders190. Mixing and Blending Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders191. Extruding, Forming, Pressing, and Compacting Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders192. Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, and Weighers193. Dental Laboratory Technicians194. Ophthalmic Laboratory Technicians195. Packaging and Filling Machine Operators and Tenders196. Coating, Painting, and Spraying Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders197. Painters, Transportation EquipmentPage 6 of 6

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