O*NET OnLine Help
- Find Occupations by browsing Career Clusters, Green economy sectors, industries, Job Families, Job Zones, O*NET descriptors, or STEM disciplines.
- Use Skills Search to explore occupations with skills sets similar to yours.
- A simple Crosswalk Search locates O*NET-SOC occupations using any of several different occupational classifications systems [Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP), Dictionary of Occupational Titles (DOT), Military Occupational Classification (MOC), Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH), Registered Apprenticeship Partners Information Data System (RAPIDS), and Standard Occupational Classification (SOC)].
- More efficient and comprehensive keyword search maximizes search results and allows for both text (one or more words or partial words) and code (O*NET-SOC) input.
- The Occupation Quick Search (carried in the page header) provides a ready search capability from every page in O*NET OnLine.
- Quick and easy access to Summary, Details, or Custom reports.
- Each report provide a seamless connection from the O*NET-SOC occupation
to its corresponding wages and employment outlook found in CareerOneStop.
- Custom Report provides crosswalks to other classification systems
(CIP, DOT, MOC, OOH, RAPIDS, and SOC) and Related Occupations.
- "Save" occupational information for easy use in word processing,
spreadsheet or database programs.
- Job Zone (educational and experience requirements) descriptor now
includes apprenticeship specialties associated with the occupation and
provides links to the national and state apprenticeship offices
Universal accessibility through a single site
- Screen reader compatibility is built in
- Ability to adjust font size on-screen without switching to another site
(replaces low vision version)
- Section 508 compliant
Easier to use without training and support
- More comprehensive contextual help features
- Detailed screen examples to assist user in effectively using OnLine
- Intuitive screen interface
Support for application developers
- Published multiple application program
interfaces (API's) available to connect vendor systems to O*NET OnLine
at the occupational and desired report level
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