Management Professor Paul Schumann uses O*NET in many ways in the university classroom.
WIB Executive Jasen Jones uses O*NET data to attract employers and jobs to his WIRED region.
Counselor John E. Rich uses O*NET to help students explore what they want to be in the world of work.
World Learning Network CEO Paul Epstein uses O*NET occupational information in Career Sprocket, a virtual career development center for computer-savvy career-building workers.
Workforce Development/Transition Coordinator Diana Bailey uses O*NET assessment tools to help create career development programming for offenders in Maryland's prison system.
Associate Professor J. Bruce Tracey uses O*NET data in several research and education applications at Cornell University.
Harvard Psychologist R. Nathan Spreng uses O*NET occupational data to expand knowledge about possible relationships between occupation and brain degeneration in patients with dementia.
Scientist Sandra Slutz, staff expert at Science Buddies, a website for science students, uses O*NET information to nurture career exploration for millions of young scientists around the world.
Professor and Developmentalist Harley Baker used O*NET data to recreate the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) Career Exploration Program (CEP).
Career Consultant Laquisha Clyburn uses O*NET OnLine when leading workshops and in counseling job seekers.
Professor of Counseling Psychology John J. Horan created the Automated Advisor using the O*NET database and career tools.
Data Frenzy President Keith Duarte is building the leading job distribution and resume management company--with O*NET in it.
Case Manager Tora McConico uses O*NET data and tools in multiple ways, coaching her clients through the job-search process. Tora works one-on-one with clients, many of whom are deaf or hearing impaired.
Senior O*NET Trainer and Sage Solutions President Janet Wall applies O*NET data and tools myriad ways in her career development and educational assessment work.
Statistician Julie O'Connor keeps Montana's Career Information System (MCIS) current by maintaining the latest O*NET occupational information in it.
Employability Skills Trainer Bill Archer uses O*NET OnLine and emphasizes using the O*NET common language when helping clients discover skills gaps and create excellent resumes.
Sr. Workforce Development Information Specialist David Lipnicky uses O*NET in many functions in his work with the U.S. Department of Labor/ETA. For starters, he leads many O*NET workshops throughout his 11-state DOL/ETA Region.
LMI Training Coordinator and best-selling author Jane Field embeds O*NET information and tools throughout her career exploration guides and planning tools for students embarking on their careers.
Career Counselor and business owner Becky Hayes uses O*NET many ways when counseling her clients. College Major Testing is a career development private practice whose clients use O*NET data and tools to grow in their careers.
Employment and Training Assistant Jack Hurley uses O*NET information and tools creatively as matchmaker between job seekers and employers.