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O*NET page in Occupational classifications wiki

This is derived from the SOC system, and has huge amounts of detail on what the people with each occupation actually do, and what capabilities they have, and what conditions they work in.

It was and is developed by the US Department of Labor's Employment and Training Administration (ETA).

The National O*NET Center has issued a minor change to the crosswalk file that links occupations from the O*NET-SOC 2006 and O*NET-SOC 2009 taxonomies to those from the Dictionary of Occupational Titles (DOT). Only one change was made: the O*NET occupation related to DOT, 166.227-010 Training Representative was changed to: 11-3042.00, Training and Development Managers.

Updated files are available in the crosswalk files section on our O*NET Supplemental Files page at . Files on the O*NET Center web site and those used in O*NET Online and other applications contain this update.

There is a big web site for it: onetcenter or onetonline or something like that.

For related crosswalks, see the National Crosswalk Service Center. In particular there is a mapping from O*NET to a training-related classification called CIP.

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