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Major Group 88: Private Households

This major group includes private households which employ workers who serve on or about the premises in occupations usually considered as domestic service. Households classified in this major group may employ individuals such as cooks, laundresses, maids, sitters, butlers, personal secretaries, and managers of personal affairs; and outside workers, such as gardeners, caretakers, and other maintenance workers. The households of farming establishments are classified in Agriculture, Division A; individuals or groups providing amusement and entertainment services are classified in Major Group 79; individuals or groups providing baby sitting services are classified in Industry 7299; and other day care services are classified in Industries 8322 and 8351.

Industry Group 881: Private Households

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