Crosswalks connect occupations in the O*NET database to other classification systems. Use these files to relate external data to O*NET-SOC occupations, or to link O*NET data to occupations in another classification. In cooperation with the National Crosswalk Service Center (NCSC) , crosswalks are available to military, education, apprenticeship, SOC, and other systems.
The military search within O*NET OnLine and My Next Move for Veterans combines several sources of military occupation linkages. For details, see the Military Transition Search report.
The search is based on data from the MOC crosswalk by the Defense Manpower Data Center (DMDC) , and supplemented with data from Army COOL , Navy COOL , Marine Corps COOL , and Air Force COOL projects and from an additional enhanced analysis for key military occupations, which was commissioned by the U.S. Department of Labor working in collaboration with the Department of Defense, per the specifications of Section 222 of the VOW to Hire Heroes Act.
- Military Occupational Classification (MOC)
(MS Access, SAS, CSV)
- A simplified crosswalk format is also available below.
- Supplemental data from COOL sites (XLSX)
- Enhanced analysis data (XLS)
Education (CIP), DOT, MOC, Apprenticeship (RAPIDS)
These crosswalks are provided by the National Crosswalk Service Center (NCSC) , a technical resource for dealing with occupational and training program classification systems. The NCSC is funded by the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration (ETA) through the Analyst Resource Center (ARC) . The center's mission is to maximize the effective and efficient use of occupational information by providing specialized occupational tools (files, reports, software) and technical assistance to users and producers of occupational information.
In addition to the crosswalks listed below, the NCSC maintains alternate file formats (Microsoft Access, SAS/PC) for most O*NET Center downloads. For more information on these files, visit their O*NET 21.3 , Supplemental Files , and O*NET Database Directory pages. If you have questions about the NCSC or its products and services, you can contact them at email@example.com.
The crosswalk files below include: Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP), Dictionary of Occupational Titles (DOT), Military Occupational Classification (MOC), and Registered Apprenticeship Partners Information Data System (RAPIDS). The MOC crosswalk is a subset of data from the MOC file listed above.