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YO-8200 Service Occupations
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Individuals whose occupations are concerned with preparing and serving food and drinks in commercial, institutional or other establishments; providing housing, lodging and related services; providing grooming, cosmetic and other personal and health care services for children and adults; attending to the comfort or requests of patrons of amusement and recreation facilities; cleaning the interiors of buildings; maintaining grounds; or providing other services such as animal care and training, funeral and mortuary services, travel industry services or care for apparel and furnishings that meet the personal needs of individuals and commercial entities. Included are occupations that involve performing tasks in and around private households.
YO-8200.0400 Animal Related Service Occupations
Individuals who are involved in training or caring for animals.
Owners of a house, apartment, condominium, land or real estate which is rented or leased to an individual or business known as a "tenant". Landlords often provide necessary maintenance or repairs during the rental period, while the tenant is responsible for the cleanliness and general upkeep of the property. A female landlord is known as a "landlady".
YO-8200.6400 Personal Care Aides
Individuals who assist older adults, people who are ill or people with disabilities to live in their own homes or in residential care facilities instead of in a health facility. Most personal care aides work with clients who need more extensive personal and home care than family or friends can provide. Some aides work with families in which a parent is incapacitated and small children need care. Others help discharged hospital patients who have relatively short-term needs. They provide housekeeping and routine personal care services. They clean clients' houses, do laundry and change bed linens. Aides may plan meals (including special diets), shop for food and cook. They may also help clients move from bed, bathe, dress and groom. Some accompany clients outside the home serving as a guide and companion.
YO-8200.8000 Sex Trade Workers
Men and women who are employed in the provision of sexual acts, and other activities designed specifically for sexual stimulation. Included are prostitutes, strippers, phone sex workers, live website sex performers and adult video performers.