National Occupational Classification (NOC) 2021 Version 1.0
This broad category comprises specialized middle management occupations in administrative services, financial and business services and communication (except broadcasting), as well as professional occupations in finance and business; administrative and financial supervisors and specialized administrative occupations; administrative occupations and transportation logistics occupations; and administrative and financial support and supply chain logistics occupations.
This major group comprises administrative and financial support and supply chain logistics occupations, including office support and data entry occupations; financial, insurance and related administrative support workers; library, correspondence and other clerks, and supply chain logistics, tracking and scheduling coordination occupations. These occupations come with Training, Education, Experience and Responsibility (TEER) identified as TEER 4. Occupations classified in TEER 4, as those included in this group with a 4 as the second digit of their code, typically require completion of secondary school; or several weeks of on-the-job training with some secondary school education; or experience in a related occupation from TEER 5, when applicable (TEER 5 includes occupations with a 5 as a second digit in their code).
This sub-major group comprises office, court, and data support occupations, including general office support workers, receptionists, personnel clerks, court clerks and related court services occupations, as well as survey, statistical and data entry occupations.
This sub-major group comprises financial, insurance and related administrative support workers, including accounting and related clerks; banking, insurance and other financial clerks; and collection clerks.
This sub-major group comprises library, correspondence and other clerks, including library assistants and clerks, and the correspondence, publication and regulatory clerks.
This sub-major group comprises supply chain logistics, tracking and scheduling coordination occupations, including shippers and receivers, storekeepers and partspersons, production logistics workers, purchasing and inventory control workers, dispatchers and transportation route and crew schedulers.