Occupational Information Network (O*Net)

O*Net is an occupational information site that gathers data from the Bureau of Labor and Statistics and has been developed under the U.S. Department of Labor/Employment and Training Administration (USDOL/ETA). Some ways to search are, by keyword, industry, career cluster, which occupations have a ‘bright outlook,’ skills, abilities, interests, knowledge, work activities, values, and many more. O*Net also includes information on career ladders and lattices that outline some common career paths within select professions. This site provides a great deal of information for each listed occupation, such as tasks, education-level, tools used, knowledge, skills, and abilities, and many more. It also links to other websites that provide information concerning average salary by national data and broken down by state comparison

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  • Career Exploration