Occupational Information Network (O*NET)

O*NET OnLine has detailed descriptions of the world of work for use by job seekers, workforce development and HR professionals, students, researchers, and more.  O*NET provides detailed descriptions of jobs that link to national and state jobs information, future career possibilities, and salary and wage information to support career exploration and planning.

4 Responses to “Occupational Information Network (O*NET)”

  1. Nick G

    I would greatly appreciate it if I could receive info regards to various careers. Particularly, about wage ranges in, say, interns, mid-level, or higher level. And also not targeting the USA only but other countries as well.


  2. KFS

    I am looking for the median annual income for a number of specific occupations for people in the following Indiana Counties:


    For example, I would like to find the latest data on the median annual income of someone living in Marion County, IN whose job category is “Lathe and Turning Machine Tool Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic” (2010 Census Code 8010; 2010 SOC Code 51-4034)

    I need to do this for a number of different occupations listed here:

    Can your data be accessed in such a way as to allow me to see that information?

    Your prompt response is much appreciated, as this is an extremely time-sensitive matter.

    Thank You.

  3. E. James (Jim) Brennan

    American taxpayers would probably not appreciate their government spending tax money to research careers available outside the USA when most people and employers want to find work HERE. Encouraging “offshoring” is not good politics.

    That said, there is a lot of information on careers available without cost, ranging from the O*NET and its Occupational Employment Statistics (OES) detailed data about occupational categories to private surveyors who offer complimentary free access to some of their information. For instance, the ERI Economic Research Institute offers free access to some datasets for self-directed job hunting in the free demo versions of its Occupational Assessor’s Job Search module. Try http://www.erieri.com for free stuff.

  4. RON

    Thanks in this time of big data. I am a graduate student and need do some research about this topic.

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