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Crosswalk Search

The Crosswalk Search allows you to use codes from other classification systems to find the corresponding O*NET-SOC occupations. This function can save time when you are familiar with occupations in other systems and want to explore corresponding occupations in O*NET.

To find O*NET-SOC occupations that correspond to occupations in other classification systems, enter a code, partial code, or title from the selected crosswalk.

Search by Code

In the example below, we search for a cabinetmaker using the partial Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) Code "48.07" yielding 4 corresponding CIP codes and titles.

Example


Examples: 50.0402, advertising

Select the "Go" button. The screen display reads:

Example

4 codes matching "48.07" in 2010 Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP)

48.0701 Woodworking, General
48.0702 Furniture Design and Manufacturing
48.0703 Cabinetmaking and Millwork
. . .  

The search results include 48.0703, "Cabinetmaking and Millwork". Underneath this CIP classification, there are five O*NET-SOC occupations, including 51-7011.00, "Cabinetmakers and Bench Carpenters", the O*NET-SOC classification for cabinetmakers.

For any occupation listed, select its title to see more information about the corresponding occupation. For more information on these options, see OnLine Help for Summary, Details, or Custom Report.

Search by Title

The crosswalk titles can also be searched using one or more keywords. In this example, we search for a cabinetmaker by entering the term "Cabinetmaking", part of a CIP title.

Example


Examples: 50.0402, advertising

Select the "Go" button. The screen display reads:

Example

1 title matching "Cabinetmaking" in 2010 Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP)

The search results include 48.0703, "Cabinetmaking and Millwork". Underneath this CIP classification, there are six O*NET-SOC occupations, including 51-7011.00, "Cabinetmakers and Bench Carpenters", the O*NET-SOC classification for cabinetmakers.

For any occupation listed, select its title to see more information about the corresponding occupation. For more information on these options, see OnLine Help for Summary, Details, or Custom Report.


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