O*NET provides important occupational information that can help:

  • Individuals seeking first jobs, new jobs, or better jobs
  • Individuals who are choosing or changing careers      

More information opens more occupational options. Using O*NET OnLine, a web-based application that provides user-friendly access to O*NET occupational information, you can:

  • find occupations to explore;
  • search for occupations that use your skills;
  • look at related occupations;
  • view Summary Reports, including the most important characteristics of the worker and requirements of the work;
  • view Detail Reports or Custom Reports, offering the user control over the type and level of information displayed;
  • use crosswalks to find corresponding occupations in other classification systems; and
  • connect to other online career information resources.

To access the online website, please click here.     


The Occupational Outlook Handbook is provided by the U.S. BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS. You can find information on careers and learn about what workers do, work environments, education, training, other qualifications, pay, job outlook; information on state and area data, similar occupations and sources of additional information. 

To access the online website, please click here.