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|4250(1)||PAPER COATING OR LAMINATING|
COMPUTER PRINTING OR TYPEWRITER RIBBON MFG. OR REFURBISHING
|4279(1)||PAPER GOODS MFG. — N.O.C.|
|4279(2)||BAG MFG. — paper|
BUILDING OR ROOFING PAPER OR FELT ASPHALT SATURATION
|4286||BAG MFG. — plastic|
PRINTING OPERATION — screen printing — all other employees
SCREEN PRINTED MERCHANDISE DEALERS — all other employees
ELECTRONIC PRE-PRESS — all operations — including Clerical Office Employees and Clerical Telecommuter Employees
GRAPHIC DESIGN — all operations — including Clerical Office Employees and Clerical Telecommuter Employees
PRINTING OPERATION — all other employees — including counterpersons and drivers and their helpers — N.O.C.
|4299(2)||BOOKBINDING OPERATION — all other employees — including counterpersons and drivers and their helpers|
NEWSPAPER PUBLISHING OR PRINTING — all other employees — including drivers and their helpers
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD MFG.
|4361(1)||PHOTOGRAPHERS — all employees — including receptionists — N.O.C.|
PHOTOFINISHING — all employees — including receptionists
|4362||MOTION PICTURES — negative and print processors, distributors and film exchanges — not motion picture production companies|