With the Technology Skills Search, you can find O*NET-SOC occupations based on software used on the job. Learn about the technology and related skills needed to successfully perform in today's world of work.
To begin a search, enter a software product or category used in an occupation. In the following example, the user enters "construction management" to find relevant technologies.
The search results are grouped into two columns. Examples are specific products or generic names for specific types of software. Categories are broader groups which include specific examples. You may need to explore both types of results to find the most appropriate match for your query.
If you do not find your desired results, click the "See" buttons at the bottom of each column for additional examples. You can also try a different query with the "Search again" field at the top of the page.
To learn more about an example or category, and to see associated occupations, click its name within the list.
In the example below, the user clicked "Construction Management Software ProEst" to see examples of occupations where workers might use this software:
Examples of occupations where workers may use Construction Management Software ProEst:
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.
In the example below, the user clicked "Accounting software" to learn about specific software and occupation examples:
Examples of occupations where workers may use accounting software:
We welcome feedback on the Technology Skills database. We encourage you to suggest technologies where our coverage may not reflect the full range of an occupation's duties. All suggestions will be considered for a future update of the database.
To provide feedback for an occupation in the database, visit the Technology Skills and Tools feedback process page of the O*NET Resource Center.