Tasks to DWAs

Purpose:Provide a mapping of task statements to Detailed Work Activities.
Download: Tasks to DWAs.xlsx
Structure and Description:
ColumnTypeColumn Content
O*NET-SOC CodeCharacter(10)O*NET-SOC Code (see Occupation Data)
TitleCharacter Varying(150)O*NET-SOC Title (see Occupation Data)
Task IDInteger(8)Identifies each task (see Task Statements)
TaskCharacter Varying(1000)Task statement associated with an occupation (see Task Statements)
DWA IDCharacter Varying(20)Identifies each Detailed Work Activity (see DWA Reference)
DWA TitleCharacter Varying(150)Detailed Work Activity statement (see DWA Reference)

This file maps each Detailed Work Activity (DWA) to the task statements, and consequently to the O*NET-SOC occupations, requiring that activity. Each DWA is mapped to multiple task statements, and each referenced task statement is mapped to one or more DWAs.

The file is displayed in 8 tab delimited fields with the columns named O*NET-SOC Code, Title, Task ID, Task, DWA ID, DWA Title, Date, and Domain Source. The 8 fields are represented by one row. There are a total of 23,533 rows of data in this file.

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File Structure Changes:
Release NumberDescription of Change
18.1Added as a new file
19.0 - 26.1No structure changes

Data Example - Tasks to DWAs:
O*NET-SOC CodeTitleTask IDTaskDWA IDDWA TitleDateDomain Source
45-4021.00Fallers13484Stop saw engines, pull cutting bars from cuts, and run to safety as tree falls.4.A.3.a.2.I14.D01Cut trees or logs.03/2014Analyst
45-4021.00Fallers13484Stop saw engines, pull cutting bars from cuts, and run to safety as tree falls.4.A.3.a.3.I11.D02Operate forestry equipment.03/2014Analyst
45-4021.00Fallers13485Appraise trees for certain characteristics, such as twist, rot, and heavy limb growth, and gauge amount and direction of lean, to determine how to control the direction of a tree's fall with the least damage.4.A.2.a.1.I05.D02Evaluate quality of plants or crops.03/2014Analyst
45-4021.00Fallers13486Saw back-cuts, leaving sufficient sound wood to control direction of fall.4.A.3.a.2.I14.D01Cut trees or logs.03/2014Analyst
45-4021.00Fallers13487Clear brush from work areas and escape routes, and cut saplings and other trees from direction of falls, using axes, chainsaws, or bulldozers.4.A.3.a.2.I14.D02Trim trees or other vegetation.03/2014Analyst