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Welcome to the O*NET Resource Center, the nation's primary source of occupational information. Use this site to download the O*NET database, career exploration tools, job analysis questionnaires, employer guides, and technical reports.
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O*NET Resources
Learn about the occupations and data collected in the O*NET project.
Career tools, applications, and publications to help workforce and HR professionals.
Download the O*NET Database and related files for use in applications or research.
Details and publication schedule for our data collection effort.
Find out how O*NET data and products can help organizations and individuals.
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My Next Move
  • For students and job seekers
  • Easy-to-use search and career overviews
  • Web-based Interest Profiler
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Mi Próximo Paso
  • Spanish-language version of My Next Move
  • Search careers with keywords in Spanish
  • Links to Spanish content for training and jobs
Visit Mi Próximo Paso
My Next Move for Veterans
  • For veterans transitioning to a civilian career
  • Use your military code or title to find similar work
  • See listings from major job banks
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O*NET OnLine
  • For HR, workforce development, research, counseling
  • Variety of search options
  • Detailed occupation information
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O*NET Code Connector
  • For job-coding professionals
  • Occupation search and reports make O*NET-SOC assignments fast and easy
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U.S. Department of Labor
O*NET Resource Center is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor,
Employment & Training Administration,
and developed by the National Center for O*NET Development.