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September 2019 Updated military occupations included in O*NET websites

The Military Occupational Classification (MOC) crosswalk has been updated by the Department of Defense (July 2019) and incorporated into O*NET OnLine and My Next Move for Veterans. Supplementing this crosswalk with additional sources of data, including The ASVAB Career Exploration Program external site, Army COOL external site, Navy COOL external site, Marine Corps COOL external site, and Coast Guard COOL external site provides transitioning Veterans with a wide variety of careers to potentially explore. Within the O*NET Military Transition Search, civilian career options are presented alongside helpful military links and information. It includes over 46,000+ linkages between 12,500+ distinct MOC occupations and related O*NET-SOC occupations. To learn more, visit O*NET Resource Center Crosswalks.

August 2019 O*NET-SOC 2019 taxonomy paper and crosswalks

With the release by the Office of Management and Budget of an updated Standard Occupational Classification (2018 SOC), the O*NET Program is moving forward with the transition to this new SOC standard. The technical report Updating the O*NET-SOC Taxonomy: Incorporating the 2018 SOC Structure describes the new O*NET-SOC 2019 taxonomy based on the 2018 SOC. The report summarizes code, title, and definition changes and the overall relationship between the 2018 SOC and the O*NET-SOC 2019 taxonomies.

To help with the transition to the new structure, related crosswalks are now available: Crosswalk O*NET-SOC 2019 to 2018 SOC, Crosswalk O*NET-SOC 2010 to O*NET-SOC 2019 and Crosswalk O*NET-SOC 2010 to 2018 SOC.

For more information, including an interactive summary graphic, a variety of occupational listings, and additional transition plans, visit O*NET Resource Center鈥揙*NET-SOC Taxonomy.

August 2019 O*NET Database and websites updated

With the release of the O*NET 24.0 Database, data from job incumbents and occupational experts is now available for 969 O*NET-SOC occupations, of which 100 occupations were updated in this release. This release also updates the Alternate Titles and Sample of Reported Titles data for 299 occupations, from employer job postings and other sources, along with Detailed Work Activities for 63 occupations.

The new data is incorporated within My Next Move, Mi Pr贸ximo Paso, My Next Move for Veterans, and O*NET OnLine. Learn more or download the database from the Resource Center. Developers can also access the latest data from O*NET Web Services.

June 2019 Updated military occupations included in O*NET websites

The Military Occupational Classification (MOC) crosswalk has been updated by the Department of Defense (April 2019) and incorporated into O*NET OnLine and My Next Move for Veterans. Supplementing this crosswalk with additional sources of data, including The ASVAB Career Exploration Program external site, Army COOL external site, Navy COOL external site, Marine Corps COOL external site, and Coast Guard COOL external site provides transitioning Veterans with a wide variety of careers to potentially explore. Within the O*NET Military Transition Search, civilian career options are presented alongside helpful military links and information. It includes over 46,000+ linkages between 12,500+ distinct MOC occupations and related O*NET-SOC occupations. To learn more, visit O*NET Resource Center Crosswalks.

The updated search can also be accessed via O*NET Web Services.

May 2019 O*NET Database and websites updated

The 23.3 release of the O*NET database includes the following:

  • 197 technology skills related to 101 occupations were updated from employer job postings and other sources. Currently, 182 "hot technologies" are identified.
  • 209 alternate titles related to 118 occupations were added from employer job postings and other sources.

The new data is incorporated within My Next Move, Mi Pr贸ximo Paso, My Next Move for Veterans, and O*NET OnLine.

Learn more or download the database from our Developer's Corner. Developers can also access the latest data from O*NET Web Services.

April 2019 New BLS wage information in O*NET websites

The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) external site has released wage estimates for 2018. The latest wages are now included in career reports within O*NET OnLine, My Next Move, Mi Pr贸ximo Paso, and My Next Move for Veterans.

My Next Move's state maps also feature updated data, showing which states have above average work opportunities for a given career. Click on "Check out my state" from career reports in My Next Move, Mi Pr贸ximo Paso, and My Next Move for Veterans.

Developers can access these updates via O*NET Web Services.

March 2019 O*NET Sources of Additional Information Updated

Within the O*NET OnLine occupation reports, the Sources of Additional Information section provides customers with a list of sources external to the O*NET Program that offer occupationally relevant information, such as related jobs, specialties, and industries.

216 occupations were updated with professional association information gathered directly from job incumbents and occupational experts via O*NET Data Collection. This report section is now populated within 945 occupations, providing 5,400+ linkages to additional sources of information for customers to explore.

Developers can access the data from O*NET Web Services.

March 2019 New O*NET Database Services API

O*NET Database Services is a major update to our current O*NET Web Services, providing real-time access to the raw information in the downloadable O*NET Database. This complements our existing Web Services, which provide information based on the organization of our web applications and search tools. Developers and researchers can use the new Database Services as an alternative to downloading and regularly updating a local copy of the O*NET Database. Use these services to:

  • Programmatically discover every file in the database, and what data each file contains
  • Retrieve all data from any part of the database
  • Filter and sort results based on multiple criteria

The Database Services API always provides the latest version of the O*NET Database (currently 23.2), with no need to worry about downloading and integrating quarterly updates.

Sign up today for access to all O*NET Web Services!

February 2019 Updated military occupations included in O*NET websites

The Military Occupational Classification (MOC) crosswalk has been updated by the Department of Defense (January 2019) and incorporated into O*NET OnLine and My Next Move for Veterans. By supplementing this crosswalk with additional sources of data, including The ASVAB Career Exploration Program external site, Army COOL external site, Navy COOL external site, and Marine Corps COOL external site projects, both sites offer 45,000+ linkages between 13,000+ distinct MOC occupations and related O*NET-SOC occupations. Within the O*NET Military Transition Search, civilian career options are presented alongside helpful military links and information. To learn more, visit O*NET Resource Center Crosswalks.

The updated search can also be accessed via O*NET Web Services.

February 2019 O*NET Database and websites updated

The 23.2 release of the O*NET database includes the following:

  • 339 technology skills related to 133 occupations were updated from employer job postings and other sources. Currently, 186 "hot technologies" are identified.
  • 150 alternate titles related to 84 occupations were added from employer job postings and other sources.

The new data is incorporated within My Next Move, Mi Pr贸ximo Paso, My Next Move for Veterans, and O*NET OnLine.

Learn more or download the database from our Developer's Corner. Developers can also access the latest data from O*NET Web Services.

December 2018 Updated military occupations included in O*NET websites

The Military Occupational Classification (MOC) crosswalk has been updated by the Department of Defense (October 2018) and incorporated into O*NET OnLine and My Next Move for Veterans. By supplementing this crosswalk with additional sources of data, both sites offer over 36,000 linkages between 13,000+ distinct MOC occupations and related O*NET-SOC occupations. Within the O*NET Military Transition Search, civilian career options are presented alongside helpful military links and information. To learn more, visit O*NET Resource Center Crosswalks.

The updated search can also be accessed via O*NET Web Services.

December 2018 New Career Videos

Career Videos help over 650 career reports come to life within My Next Move, My Next Move for Veterans, and Mi Pr贸ximo Paso! The videos, developed by CareerOneStop external site leveraging O*NET information, also have optional closed captions and video transcripts. For a complete listing of careers with videos visit: My Next Move - Videos, My Next Move for Veterans - Videos, or Career Videos - Mi Pr贸ximo Paso.

November 2018 O*NET Database and websites updated

The 23.1 release of the O*NET database includes the following:

  • 946 technology skills related to 197 occupations were updated from employer job postings and other sources. Currently, 192 "hot technologies" are identified.
  • 191 alternate titles related to 100 occupations were added from employer job postings and other sources.

The new data is incorporated within My Next Move, Mi Pr贸ximo Paso, My Next Move for Veterans, and O*NET OnLine.

Learn more or download the database from our Developer's Corner. Developers can also access the latest data from O*NET Web Services.

November 2018 New Mobile-friendly O*NET Resource Center

Use your phone or tablet to visit the new mobile-friendly O*NET Resource Center! Quickly get O*NET data, tools, web services, technical reports/development information, and project updates. Connect with us today!

October 2018 The New Apprenticeship.gov incorporated within O*NET Websites

Apprenticeship.gov external site, the new one-stop source for all things apprenticeship, is now seamlessly incorporated within My Next Move, My Next Move for Veterans, and O*NET OnLine. Visit the sites today to get your customers on the road to finding an apprenticeship that鈥檚 right for them! If you are a business, learn how easy it is to start an apprenticeship program that will help grow your business and make a positive impact on your industry!