The Details report will display all descriptors for the selected occupation, definitions of descriptors, and a rating of how important each descriptor is to the occupation. It also provides Save Table functionality to use occupation information in word processing, spreadsheet, or database programs.
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Except as noted, report data comes from the O*NET Database. See External Data Sources for more information.
Ratings and standardized scores are provided for:
Tasks, Work Activities, Work Context, Skills, Knowledge, Abilities, Interests, Work Values, and Work Styles.
Many sections of the Details report show the ten most important descriptors initially. A button at the top of the section indicates the total number available to see. To show all descriptors, click the button with the chevron icon.
When the Related occupations icon appears next to an item, you can click it to see a list of related occupations. For example, selecting the Related occupations icon next to a particular skill shows occupations where that skill is an important part of the work. Click on any listed occupation to see its full Summary report.
Most sections include a "save table" option that lets you view or download the data as an XLSX (Microsoft Excel) or CSV (Comma-Separated Values) file. An XLSX file is readable by Microsoft Excel and some other spreadsheet applications. A CSV file contains the values in a table as a series of text lines organized so that each column value is separated by a comma from the next column's value and each row starts a new line. Generally spreadsheet or relational database applications can read CSV files.
The data in O*NET OnLine is regularly updated as part of an ongoing data collection program. In the upper right hand corner of the report, a link is provided to information regarding the data source and date of update. (See: Data Collection Information)
With few exceptions, the report will include all of the items listed and described. Report exceptions, such as "Military Occupations", will be brief. In the example given, the O*NET Data Collection Program does not include "Military Occupations". Exceptions such as this will be noted. In all cases, the full range of available occupational information will be provided.