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AcronymDefinition
SOCSSuppressor Of Cytokine Signaling (cell biology)
SOCSStandard Occupational Classification System
SOCSSarbanes-Oxley Compliance Solution (Stout Causey Consulting)
SOCSSpecial Warfare Operator Senior Chief Petty Officer (US Navy)
SOCSSchools' Online Curriculum Services (Department of Education and Training, Western Australia)
SOCSSociety of Off-Campus Students
SOCSSouthern Ontario Cattle Sorting (Canada)
SOCSService Order Completion System (Telecommunications)
SOCSStandard Object Colour Spectra (database for colour reproduction evaluation)
SOCSScience of Computing Suite
SOCSSilifi of Crimson Stars (Asheron's Call)
SOCSSecond Order Cyclic Statistics
SOCSSchool Of Corresponding Studies
SOCSSmall Order Consolidation Systems
SOCSSome One Cares (Maryland community organization)
SOCSSAC Operational Communications System
SOCSSenior Chief Sonarman (Naval Rating)
SOCSStudy of Outcome of Childhood Stroke (UK clinical study)
SOCSSituation, Options, Consequences, Solutions
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The next revision of the Standard Occupational Classification system is scheduled to begin in 2013 and result in a 2018 SOC system.
2) See Chester Levine, Laurie Salmon, and Daniel Weinberg, "Revising the Standard Occupational Classification system," Monthly Labor Review, May 1999, pp.
In 2001, these new data are scheduled to appear in the comprehensive O*NET database, and the occupations will be realigned according to the revised Standard Occupational Classification system.
The new database also uses a standard occupational classification system directly linked to the labor market data that are vital to making informed employment decisions.
As part of its conversion to the 2002 North American Industry Classification System and the 2000 Standard Occupational Classification System, the Bureau of Labor Statistics estimated transitional historical indexes to implement seasonal adjustment
Also included in this issue are a detailed account of the creation of a new Standard Occupational Classification system and an international report on changing work attitudes in Israel.
The survey will be more precise, based on a completely new Standard Occupational Classification system that will have been developed for the Government in the early 1990's by a group under the leadership of the Office of Management and Budget.
In 2005, the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Nursing Informatics Working Group (NIWG) in collaboration with the Alliance for Nursing Informatics (ANI), a consortium of 21 independent nursing informatics organizations representing over 2000 nurses, requested to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics' Standard Occupational Classification Systems the addition of the Informatics Nurse to the major groups of occupations with subgroups for an informatics nurse, informatics specialist, and informatics nurse researcher.
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