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Work-related asthma: Primary occupations (2000 SOC) associated with work-related asthma cases by state, 1993–2008

Occupation (2000 SOC)CaliforniaMassachusettsMichiganNew JerseyTotal
NumberPercentNumberPercentNumberPercentNumberPercentNumberPercent
Management    172     3.7   25     3.2      41     1.8   11     2.3    249     3.0
Miscellaneous managers (11-9190)      66     1.4    9     1.1       6   <0.0    1     0.2      82     1.0
Education administrators (11-9030)      19     0.4    3     0.4       1   <0.0    –       –      23     0.3
Medical and health services managers (11-9110)      16     0.3    1     0.1       3     0.1    2     0.4      22     0.3
Property, real estate, and community association managers (11-9140)      17     0.4    1     0.1       4     0.2    –       –      22     0.3
Food service managers (11-9050)      16     0.3    1     0.1       3     0.1    –       –      20     0.2
Financial managers (11-3030)      12     0.3    2     0.3       1   <0.0    2     0.4      17     0.2
Agricultural managers (11-9010)       3     0.1    1     0.1       8     0.3    –       –      12     0.1
All other management occupations1      23     0.5    7     0.9      15     0.6    6     1.3      51     0.6
Business and financial operations      84     1.8   10     1.3      24     1.0    2     0.4    120     1.5
Accountants and auditors (13-2010)      29     0.6    3     0.4       3     0.1    –       –      35     0.4
Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists (13-1070)      20     0.4    1     0.1       7     0.3    –       –      28     0.3
Claims adjusters, appraisers, examiners, and investigators (13-1030)       9     0.2    1     0.1       3     0.1    2     0.4      15     0.2
Loan counselors and officers (13-2070)       5     0.1    1     0.1       4     0.2    –       –      10     0.1
All other business and financial operations occupations2      21     0.5    4     0.5       7     0.3    –       –      32     0.4
Computer and mathematical      46     1.0    1     0.1       1   <0.0    6     1.3      54     0.7
Operations research analysts (15-2030)      13     0.3    –       –       –       –    1     0.2      14     0.2
Computer and information scientists, research (15-1010)      11     0.2    –       –       –       –    –       –      11     0.1
Computer systems analysts (15-1050)      10     0.2    –       –       –       –    –       –      10     0.1
All other computer and mathematical occupations3      12     0.3    1     0.1       1   <0.0    5     1.1      19     0.2
Architecture and engineering      38     0.8    7     0.9      25     1.1    6     1.3      76     0.9
Engineering technicians, except drafters (17-3020)      15     0.3    2     0.3       7     0.3    5     1.1      29     0.4
Industrial engineers, including health and safety (17-2110)       4     0.1    –       –       8     0.3    –       –      12     0.1
All other architecture and engineering occupations4      19     0.4    5     0.6      10     0.4    1     0.2      35     0.4
Life, physical, and social science      80     1.7   13     1.7      24     1.0   14     3.0    131     1.6
Miscellaneous life, physical, and social science technicians (19-4090)      41     0.9    2     0.3       8     0.3    1     0.2      52     0.6
Chemical technicians (19-4030)      10     0.2    5     0.6       7     0.3    4     0.8      26     0.3
Chemists and materials scientists (19-2030)       5     0.1    4     0.5       3     0.1    5     1.1      17     0.2
Psychologists (19-3030)       7     0.2    –       –       1   <0.0    2     0.4      10     0.1
All other life, physical, and social science occupations5      17     0.4    2     0.3       5     0.2    2     0.4      26     0.3
Community and social services      63     1.4   16     2.0      22     0.9    4     0.8    105     1.3
Social workers (21-1020)      33     0.7    6     0.8      12     0.5    3     0.6      54     0.7
Counselors (21-1010)      18     0.4    9     1.1       5     0.2    1     0.2      33     0.4
Miscellaneous community and social service specialists (21-1090)      10     0.2    1     0.1       3     0.1    –       –      14     0.2
Clergy (21-2010)       2   <0.0    –       –       2     0.1    –       –       4   <0.0
Legal      17     0.4    2     0.3       1   <0.0    1     0.2      21     0.3
Paralegals and legal assistants (23-2010)      11     0.2    –       –       –       –    –       –      11     0.1
All other legal occupations6       6     0.1    2     0.3       1   <0.0    1     0.2      10     0.1
Education, training, and library    198     4.3   68     8.6      60     2.6   20     4.2    346     4.2
Elementary and middle school teachers (25-2020)      93     2.0   18     2.3       4     0.2    9     1.9    124     1.5
Secondary school teachers (25-2030)      25     0.5   18     2.3      15     0.6    4     0.8      62     0.8
Teacher assistants (25-9040)      24     0.5    7     0.9       2     0.1    1     0.2      34     0.4
Adult literacy, remedial education, and GED teachers and instructors (25-3010)       1   <0.0    –       –      30     1.3    –       –      31     0.4
Special education teachers (25-2040)      14     0.3    6     0.8       3     0.1    –       –      23     0.3
Other teachers and instructors (25-3000)      15     0.3    5     0.6       –       –    –       –      20     0.2
Postsecondary teachers (25-1000)       7     0.2    8     1.0       –       –    2     0.4      17     0.2
Librarians (25-4020)       6     0.1    2     0.3       4     0.2    2     0.4      14     0.2
All other education, training, and library occupations7      13     0.3    4     0.5       2     0.1    2     0.4      21     0.3
Arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media (27-1010, 27-1020, 27-2010, 27-2020, 27-2090, 27-3040, 27-3090, 27-4010, 27-4020)      17     0.4    2     0.3       5     0.2    3     0.6      27     0.3
Healthcare practitioners and technical    372     8.0 153   19.4    139     5.9   51   10.8    715     8.7
Registered nurses (29-1110)    211     4.5   96   12.2      71     3.0   22     4.7    400     4.9
Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses (29-2060)      43     0.9    8     1.0      13     0.6    5     1.1      69     0.8
Clinical laboratory technologists and technicians (29-2010)      21     0.5   12     1.5       6     0.3    5     1.1      44     0.5
Therapists (29-1120)      25     0.5    7     0.9       8     0.3    –       –      40     0.5
Diagnostic related technologists and technicians (29-2030)      24     0.5    6     0.8       3     0.1    3     0.6      36     0.4
Miscellaneous health technologists and technicians (29-2090)       5     0.1    1     0.1      18     0.8    –       –      24     0.3
Emergency medical technicians and paramedics (29-2040)       8     0.2    6     0.8       –       –    9     1.9      23     0.3
Medical records and health information technicians (29-2070)      14     0.3    4     0.5       –       –    2     0.4      20     0.2
Physicians and surgeons (29-1060)       7     0.2    3     0.4       9     0.4    –       –      19     0.2
Dental hygienists (29-2020)       2   <0.0    3     0.4       5     0.2    –       –      10     0.1
All other healthcare practitioners and technical occupations8      12     0.3    7     0.9       6     0.3    5     1.1      30     0.4
Healthcare support    172     3.7   29     3.7      54     2.3   18     3.8    273     3.3
Miscellaneous healthcare support occupations (31-9090)    132     2.8    6     0.8       6     0.3    5     1.1    149     1.8
Nursing, psychiatric, and home health aides (31-1010)      37     0.8   22     2.8      48     2.1   11     2.3    118     1.4
All other healthcare support occupations9       3     0.1    1     0.1       –       –    2     0.4       6     0.1
Protective service    323     7.0   32     4.1      27     1.2   25     5.3    407     4.9
Fire fighters (33-2010)    143     3.1   18     2.3      11     0.5    9     1.9    181     2.2
Police officers (33-3050)      84     1.8    4     0.5       3     0.1    8     1.7      99     1.2
Security guards and gaming surveillance officers (33-9030)      43     0.9    5     0.6       2     0.1    –       –      50     0.6
Bailiffs, correctional officers, and jailers (33-3010)      13     0.3    –       –       5     0.2    6     1.3      24     0.3
Miscellaneous protective service workers (33-9090)      11     0.2    –       –       6     0.3    2     0.4      19     0.2
First-line supervisors/managers, fire fighting and prevention workers (33-1020)      16     0.3    2     0.3       –       –    –       –      18     0.2
All other protective service occupations10      13     0.3    3     0.4       –       –    –       –      16     0.2
Food preparation and serving related      78     1.7   13     1.7      51     2.2    7     1.5    149     1.8
Cooks (35-2010)      35     0.8    2     0.3      21     0.9    3     0.6      61     0.7
Waiters and waitresses (35-3030)      11     0.2    1     0.1       4     0.2    2     0.4      18     0.2
Fast food and counter workers (35-3020)       9     0.2    1     0.1       5     0.2    –       –      15     0.2
Miscellaneous food preparation and serving related workers (35-9090)       –       –    –       –      13     0.6    –       –      13     0.2
Food preparation workers (35-2020)       7     0.2    4     0.5       –       –    1     0.2      12     0.1
All other food preparation and serving related occupations11      16     0.3    5     0.6       8     0.3    1     0.2      30     0.4
Building and grounds cleaning and maintenance    229     4.9   28     3.6    134     5.7   28     5.9    419     5.1
Building cleaning workers (37-2010)    180     3.9   25     3.2      90     3.8   25     5.3    320     3.9
First-line supervisors/managers, building and grounds cleaning and maintenance workers (37-1010)      10     0.2    1     0.1      42     1.8    –       –      53     0.6
Grounds maintenance workers (37-3010)      38     0.8    2     0.3       2     0.1    3     0.6      45     0.5
Pest control workers (37-2020)       1   <0.0    –       –       –       –    –       –       1   <0.0
Personal care and service      68     1.5   16     2.0      23     1.0    4     0.8    111     1.3
Barbers and cosmetologists (39-5010)       9     0.2    8     1.0       7     0.3    –       –      24     0.3
Child care workers (39-9010)      15     0.3    –       –       2     0.1    –       –      17     0.2
Nonfarm animal caretakers (39-2020)       7     0.2    4     0.5       4     0.2    –       –      15     0.2
Miscellaneous entertainment attendants and related workers (39-3090)      12     0.3    –       –       –       –    –       –      12     0.1
Transportation attendants (39-6030)      10     0.2    –       –       –       –    1     0.2      11     0.1
All other personal care and service occupations12      15     0.3    4     0.5      10     0.4    3     0.6      32     0.4
Sales and related    131     2.8   15     1.9      34     1.5   14     3.0    194     2.4
Retail salespersons (41-2030)      53     1.1    2     0.3      10     0.4    6     1.3      71     0.9
First-line supervisors/managers, sales workers (41-1010)      40     0.9    7     0.9       4     0.2    4     0.8      55     0.7
Cashiers (41-2010)      15     0.3    3     0.4      13     0.6    3     0.6      34     0.4
Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing (41-4010)       8     0.2    2     0.3       3     0.1    1     0.2      14     0.2
All other sales and related occupations13      15     0.3    1     0.1       4     0.2    –       –      20     0.2
Office and administrative support    789   17.0 103   13.1    176     7.5   46     9.8 1,114   13.5
Office clerks, general (43-9060)    166     3.6   20     2.5      23     1.0   10     2.1    219     2.7
Secretaries and administrative assistants (43-6010)      92     2.0   29     3.7      34     1.5   13     2.8    168     2.0
Customer service representatives (43-4050)      90     1.9    5     0.6        –       –    2     0.4      97     1.2
Receptionists and information clerks (43-4170)      47     1.0    4     0.5      11     0.5    1     0.2      63     0.8
Miscellaneous office and administrative support workers (43-9190)      50     1.1    3     0.4       3     0.1    1     0.2      57     0.7
Stock clerks and order fillers (43-5080)      39     0.8    3     0.4       8     0.3    6     1.3      56     0.7
First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers (43-1010)      34     0.7    8     1.0      10     0.4    –       –      52     0.6
Data entry and information processing workers (43-9020)      35     0.8    6     0.8       4     0.2    1     0.2      46     0.6
Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks (43-3030)      41     0.9    1     0.1       2     0.1    1     0.2      45     0.5
Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks (43-5070)      24     0.5    2     0.3      18     0.8    –       –      44     0.5
File clerks (43-4070)      16     0.3    6     0.8       9     0.4    –       –      31     0.4
Production, planning, and expediting clerks (43-5060)      15     0.3    1     0.1       8     0.3    1     0.2      25     0.3
Eligibility interviewers, government programs (43-4060)      22     0.5    –       –       –       –    –       –      22     0.3
Dispatchers (43-5030)      17     0.4    3     0.4       1   <0.0    –       –      21     0.3
Billing and posting clerks and machine operators (43-3020)      13     0.3    1     0.1       5     0.2    –       –      19     0.2
Telephone operators (43-2020)      17     0.4    –       –       1   <0.0    –       –      18     0.2
Interviewers, except eligibility and loan (43-4110)       5     0.1    1     0.1       8     0.3    1     0.2      15     0.2
Tellers (43-3070)       6     0.1    2     0.3       3     0.1    2     0.4      13     0.2
Library assistants, clerical (43-4120)       7     0.2    1     0.1       5     0.2    –       –      13     0.2
Order clerks (43-4150)       4     0.1    2     0.3       6     0.3    –       –      12     0.1
All other office and administrative support occupations14      49     1.1    5     0.6      17     0.7    7     1.5      78     0.9
Farming, fishing, and forestry      73     1.6    1     0.1       4     0.2    –       –      78     0.9
Miscellaneous agricultural workers (45-2090)      54     1.2    1     0.1       4     0.2    –       –      59     0.7
Graders and sorters, agricultural products (45-2040)      14     0.3    –       –       –       –    –       –      14     0.2
All other farming, fishing, and forestry occupations15       5     0.1    –       –       –       –    –       –       5     0.1
Construction and extraction    199     4.3   31     3.9      77     3.3    25     5.3    332     4.0
Construction laborers (47-2060)      70     1.5    1     0.1      13     0.6    3     0.6      87     1.1
Electricians (47-2110)      20     0.4    1     0.1      15     0.6    6     1.3      42     0.5
Carpenters (47-2030)      22     0.5    8     1.0       4     0.2    3     0.6      37     0.4
Painters and paperhangers (47-2140)      28     0.6    1     0.1       4     0.2    4     0.8      37     0.4
Pipelayers, plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters (47-2150)      14     0.3    2     0.3      16     0.7    1     0.2      33     0.4
Construction equipment operators (47-2070)      14     0.3    1     0.1       2     0.1    2     0.4      19     0.2
First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers (47-1010)       3     0.1    2     0.3       2     0.1    3     0.6      10     0.1
All other construction and extraction occupations16      28     0.6   15     1.9      21     0.9    3     0.6      67     0.8
Installation, maintenance, and repair      83     1.8   28     3.6    109     4.7   11     2.3    231     2.8
Industrial machinery installation, repair, and maintenance workers (49-9040)      22     0.5    9     1.1      62     2.6    6     1.3      99     1.2
Miscellaneous installation, maintenance, and repair workers (49-9090)       8     0.2    1     0.1      21     0.9    –       –      30     0.4
Automotive technicians and repairers (49-3020)      11     0.2    8     1.0       8     0.3    1     0.2      28     0.3
Line installers and repairers (49-9050)       7     0.2    5     0.6       1   <0.0    –       –      13     0.2
Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers (49-9020)       6     0.1    1     0.1       –       –    3     0.6      10     0.1
All other installation, maintenance, and repair occupations17      29     0.6    4     0.5      17     0.7    1     0.2      51     0.6
Production    367     7.9 155   19.7 1,042   44.5   84   17.8 1,648   20.0
Miscellaneous assemblers and fabricators (51-2090)      33     0.7    9     1.1    236   10.1    4     0.8    282     3.4
Miscellaneous production workers (51-9190)      90     1.9   19     2.4    136     5.8   18     3.8    263     3.2
Welding, soldering, and brazing workers (51-4120)      27     0.6   13     1.7      91     3.9    9     1.9    140     1.7
Miscellaneous metalworkers and plastic workers (51-4190)       8     0.2    9     1.1    102     4.4    2     0.4    121     1.5
Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers (51-9060)      38     0.8    4     0.5      57     2.4    9     1.9    108     1.3
Painting workers (51-9120)      18     0.4   18     2.3      63     2.7    1     0.2    100     1.2
Crushing, grinding, polishing, mixing, and blending workers (51-9020)      10     0.2    9     1.1      62     2.6    –       –      81     1.0
First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers (51-1010)      19     0.4    7     0.9      47     2.0    5     1.1      78     0.9
Machinists (51-4040)       8     0.2    4     0.5      28     1.2    4     0.8      44     0.5
Molders and molding machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic (51-4070)       4     0.1    2     0.3      34     1.5    –       –      40     0.5
Machine tool cutting setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic (51-4030)       3     0.1    6     0.8      26     1.1    1     0.2      36     0.4
Pressers, textile, garment, and related materials (51-6020)       1   <0.0    –       –      31     1.3    –       –      32     0.4
Chemical processing machine setters, operators, and tenders (51-9010)       9     0.2    4     0.5       6     0.3   11     2.3      30     0.4
Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders (51-9110)      14     0.3    2     0.3       5     0.2    9     1.9      30     0.4
Laundry and dry, cleaning workers (51-6010)      10     0.2    3     0.4      10     0.4    3     0.6      26     0.3
Printers (51-5020)       8     0.2    6     0.8       7     0.3    1     0.2      22     0.3
Bakers (51-3010)       6     0.1    9     1.1       2     0.1    –       –      17     0.2
Sewing machine operators (51-6030)       3     0.1    2     0.3      11     0.5    1     0.2      17     0.2
Butchers and other meat, poultry, and fish processing workers (51-3020)       4     0.1    –       –      11     0.5    –       –      15     0.2
Stationary engineers and boiler operators (51-8020)       8     0.2    2     0.3       4     0.2    –       –      14     0.2
Extruding, forming, pressing, and compacting machine setters, operators, and tenders (51-9040)       –       –    1     0.1      13     0.6    –       –      14     0.2
Woodworking machine setters, operators, and tenders (51-7040)       6     0.1    1     0.1       5     0.2    –       –      12     0.1
Tool and die makers (51-4110)       –       –    –       –      10     0.4    1     0.2      11     0.1
Photographic process workers and processing machine operators (51-9130)       7     0.2    3     0.4       1   <0.0    –       –      11     0.1
Electrical, electronics, and electromechanical assemblers (51-2020)       5     0.1    5     0.6       –       –    –       –      10     0.1
All other production occupations18      28     0.6   17     2.2      44     1.9    5     1.1      94     1.1
Transportation and material moving operations    304     6.6   22     2.8    147     6.3   18     3.8    491     6.0
Laborers and material movers, hand (53-7060)    150     3.2   16     2.0      82     3.5    5     1.1    253     3.1
Driver/sales workers and truck drivers (53-3030)      62     1.3    1     0.1      16     0.7    7     1.5      86     1.0
Bus drivers (53-3020)      50     1.1    3     0.4       7     0.3    2     0.4      62     0.8
Industrial truck and tractor operators (53-7050)      16     0.3    –       –      13     0.6    –       –      29     0.4
Miscellaneous material moving workers (53-7190)       6     0.1    1     0.1      10     0.4    –       –      17     0.2
Air traffic controllers and airfield operations specialists (53-2020)       3     0.1    –       –       7     0.3    –       –      10     0.1
All other transportation and material moving operatons occupations19      17     0.4    1     0.1      12     0.5    4     0.8      34     0.4
Military Specific Operations (55-3010)       1   <0.0    –       –       –       –    –       –       1   <0.0
Unclassifiable    736   15.9   17     2.2    121     5.2   73   15.5    947   11.5
TOTAL 4,640 100.0 787 100.0 2,341 100.0 471 100.0 8,239 100.0

– indicates no cases ascertained.    SOC - Standard Occupational Classification
1 Includes the following SOC codes for major groupings with less than 10 cases: 11-1010, 11-1020, 11-2020, 11-2030, 11-3010, 11-3040, 11-3050, 11-3060, 11-3070, 11-9020, 11-9040, 11-9060, 11-9080, 11-9150.
2 Includes the following SOC codes for major groupings with less than 10 cases: 13-1010, 13-1020, 13-1040, 13-1060, 13-1080, 13-1110, 13-1190, 13-2050, 13-2080, 13-2090.
3 Includes the following SOC codes for major groupings with less than 10 cases: 15-1020, 15-1030, 15-1040, 15-1050, 15-1070, 15-2020, 15-2040.
4 Includes the following SOC codes for major groupings with less than 10 cases: 17-2010, 17-2040, 17-2050, 17-2060, 17-2070, 17-2110, 17-2130, 17-2140, 17-2190, 17-3010.
5 Includes the following SOC codes for major groupings with less than 10 cases: 19-1010, 19-1020, 19-1040, 19-2010, 19-2040, 19-2090, 19-3040, 19-4010, 19-4020.
6 Includes the following SOC codes for major groupings with less than 10 cases: 23-1010, 23-1020, and 23-2090.
7 Includes the following SOC codes for major groupings with less than 10 cases: 25-1040, 25-1050, 25-1070, 25-1190, 25-2010, 25-3090, 25-4010, 25-4030, 25-9030.
8 Includes the following SOC codes for major groupings with less than 10 cases: 29-1020, 29-1030, 29-1050, 29-1070, 29-1080, 29-1130, 29-2050, 29-2080, 29-9000, 29-9010.
9 Includes the following SOC codes for major groupings with less than 10 cases: 31-2010, 31-2020, 31-9010.
10 Includes the following SOC codes for major groupings with less than 10 cases: 33-1010, 33-1090, 33-2020, 33-3000, 33-3020, 33-9010.
11 Includes the following SOC codes for major groupings with less than 10 cases: 35-1010, 35-3010, 35-3020, 35-3040, 35-9010, 35-9020, 35-9030.
12 Includes the following SOC codes for major groupings with less than 10 cases: 39-1010, 39-2010, 39-3020, 39-3030, 39-6010, 39-6020, 39-9020, 39-9030, 39-9040, 39-9090.
13 Includes the following SOC codes for major groupings with less than 10 cases: 41-2020, 41-3010, 41-3020, 41-3030, 41-3040, 41-3090, 41-9040, 41-9090.
14 Includes the following SOC codes for major groupings with less than 10 cases: 43-2010, 43-3050, 43-3060, 43-4000, 43-4030, 43-4080, 43-4160, 43-4180, 43-4190, 43-5020, 43-5040, 43-5050, 43-9010, 43-9040, 43-9050, 43-9070, 43-9080, 43-9110.
15 Includes the following SOC codes for major groupings with less than 10 cases: 45-1010, 45-4010, 45-4020.
16 Includes the following SOC codes for major groupings with less than 10 cases: 47-2010, 47-2020, 47-2040, 47-2050, 47-2080, 47-2120, 47-2130, 47-2160, 47-2180, 47-2210, 47-2220, 47-3010, 47-4010, 47-4020, 47-4050, 47-4060, 47-4090, 47-5020, 47-5040, 47-5060.
17 Includes the following SOC codes for major groupings with less than 10 cases: 49-1010, 49-2010, 49-2020, 49-2090, 49-3010, 49-3030, 49-3040, 49-3050, 49-9010, 49-9030, 49-9060.
18 Includes the following SOC codes for major groupings with less than 10 cases: 51-2010, 51-2030, 51-3090, 51-4010, 51-4020, 51-4060, 51-5010, 51-6040, 51-6050, 51-6060, 51-6090, 51-7010, 51-7030, 51-7090, 51-8010, 51-8030, 51-8090, 51-9030, 51-9050, 51-9080, 51-9070, 51-9140.
19 Includes the following SOC codes for major groupings with less than 10 cases: 53-1010, 53-1020, 53-1030, 53-2010, 53-3040, 53-3090, 53-4010, 53-4020, 53-4030, 53-5010, 53-6010, 53-6030, 53-6050, 53-7020, 53-7030, 53-7040, 53-7070, 53-7080.

Note:

Percentages may not sum to 100% due to rounding.

See Appendix for information about data sources and methods.

Source:

Provisional sentinel surveillance data as of January 2012, reported by R. Harrison, J. Flattery, and J. Weinberg (California); L. Davis, E. Pechter, and K. Fitzsimmons (Massachusetts); K. Rosenman, MJ. Reilly, and M. Yoder (Michigan); and M. Lumia and A. Stephens (New Jersey).

Reference Number: 2014AT09-07SOC

Date Posted: September 2014

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