Group VII Occupations:
THE OCCUPATIONS in this Group are most closely related to those in Group I because of the personal interest factor, and to those in Group VIII because of the cultural aspect. Table 19.1 gives a fuller list of the occupations classified in this Group. A number of occupations appear in both Levels 1 and 2. Generally the majority of those following these occupations belong in Level 2, in terms of authority and training.
The MORS patterns indicate that Academic ability is of great importance, throughout, and that Social and Clerical abilities also play some part; Mechanical ability and Physical agility are of no importance.
|Editors (e.g., N. Y. Times)||Lawyers, high ranking|
|Clergymen, high ranking||Scholars (creative interpretation)|
|Judges, federal||University and college faculties|
|Justices, U. S. Supreme Court|
|Clergymen, priests, etc.||Editors, average|
|Educational administrators||Teachers, high school and elementary|
|Justices of the Peace||Radio announcers|
There are very few studies of any of this group, except those of teachers and students. Some general data on the Group can be found in Tables 12.3 and 12.5. Graduate and undergraduate students in this Group have about the same averages as for all students, and all re