Division of Workforce System Support
Skill Assessment and the Occupational Information Network (O*NET®) System
Manages the Occupational Information Network (O*NET) system. The O*NET system includes online access to detailed occupational skill and characteristics information, career exploration assessment tools, downloadable databases, and other resources.
- What's New with the O*NET System - Discover news and information on the O*NET program: Obtain the latest information and access to data, products, reports, and career exploration tools.
- O*NET in Action - Read about or share your own examples of real-life applications of O*NET information.
- O*NET OnLine - Explore skill requirements and characteristics of occupations in this easy to use Web application of the O*NET database.
- O*NET Resource Center - Access O*NET data, tools, products, research, and reports for system developers and other power users.
- O*NET Code Connector - Match job orders to O*NET-SOC codes with this easy to use Web application developed for workforce professionals.
- O*NET Career Exploration Tools - Access to self-assessments on interests and work values, plus an assessment of work-related abilities. For users interested in career exploration, planning or counseling. Each assessment tool links to the more than 900 O*NET occupations.
- O*NET Data Collection - Keep abreast of information about the DOL-sponsored survey to collect updated information from current workers on each of the occupations classified in the O*NET database.
- O*NET Frequently Asked Questions - Access answers to both general and specific questions that users have asked about the O*NET system.
- CareerOneStop - A suite of tools to assist business, job seekers, students, parents, teachers, and workforce investment professionals with accessing labor market and career-related information. Explore America's Career Information Network, State Job Banks, and America's Service Locator to find the Career One-Stop Center nearest you.