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Standard Industrial Classification Codes (SIC Codes)

Standard Industrial Classification codes are four-digit codes used to classify economic activities in a hierarchical code structure by division, major group, and specific industry. An eight-digit version of the codes is also used by private industry to identify a line of business at a more specific level.

View SIC Code index or Search by keyword to find a 4-digit industry code.

Search by keyword to find a 4-digit industry code and the corresponding NAICS code.

The SIC code structure was last revised in 1987 and is gradually being phased out in favor of the North American Industry Classification System; however, certain government departments and agencies such as the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) still use the SIC codes.


North American Industry Classification System (NAICS Codes)

The six-digit North American Industry Classification System codes classify economic activities into twenty industry sectors, with the six-digit hierarchical code structure allowing greater classification flexibility than the four-digit structure of the Standard Industrial Classification Codes (SIC Codes).

View NAICS Code index or Search by keyword to find a 6-digit industry code.

Search by keyword to find a 6-digit industry code and the corresponding SIC code.










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