O*NET OnLine Help Browse STEM Occupations

Many occupations require education in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines. STEM occupation data comes from the Standard Occupational Classification external site Attachment C: Detailed 2018 SOC occupations included in STEM.

You can browse STEM occupations in each of 5 occupation types. Some of these types are subdivided by job family, to aid in finding the occupation that’s right for you. In the example that follows, “Technologists and Technicians” is selected from the pull-down menu.

Example view in context

The subsequent screen provides a list of technologist and technician occupations in the STEM workforce. Each relevant job family is grouped into its own list. You can see different job families by scrolling down the page, or by choosing a job family from the pull-down menu at the top of the page.

Example view in context

Technologists and Technicians Save Table: XLSX CSV

Technologists and Technicians — Architecture and Engineering

17-3021.00Aerospace Engineering and Operations Technologists and Technicians Bright Outlook Bright Outlook  
17-3011.00Architectural and Civil Drafters
17-3027.01Automotive Engineering Technicians
17-3028.00Calibration Technologists and Technicians
  • Export the full list of occupations to Excel or CSV with the Save Table links.
  • Sort the occupation list by clicking any column header. Click the header a second time to reverse the sort order.

Should you not identify your occupation of interest in the selected STEM category, you can immediately re-select another category from the accompanying pull-down menu. You can also view every STEM occupation on one page by choosing “All STEM Occupations” from the pull-down menu.

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.