This desk aid describes the features of My Next Move (www.mynextmove.org), a Web site created by the National Center for O*NET Development for the U.S. Department of Labor, Education and Training Administration. My Next Move provides easy access to career exploration, educational and training programs, and job postings. Students and those in transition will find this stream-lined Web site a great tool in helping determine their next move on the road to a satisfying career.
This handy two-page desk aid describes the detailed occupational information available at O*NET OnLine (http:onetonline.org) as well as the many search alternatives.
Your tool for career exploration and job analysis.
Find jobs that best match the skills you have now or plan to acquire.
Need an O*NET-SOC code for a job order, UI claimant, or applicant? Use this tool to match a job title, keyword, or phrase to the correct O*NET code.
Your guide to O*NET’s uses for human resource professionals and employers. Available for download, the Toolkit includes guides to human resource planning, training needs analysis, job description writing, and other essential HR management functions.
Use this O*NET-enabled tool to build a meaningful job description.
Integrate the latest O*NET information with your product, software, or system application.
Download the questionnaires used by the O*NET Data Collection Program and customize them for your own human resource management needs.
O*NET provides critical information on essential elements of job performance for: * employers/managers * employment interviewers * human resources personnel * professional and trade associations * industry associations * job development specialists * training facilitators * job analysts Read more by accessing the resource.
The O*NET Ability Profiler (AP) is a career exploration tool that helps clients plan their work lives. The O*NET Ability Profiler uses a paper and pencil format with optional apparatus parts and computerized scoring. Individuals can use O*NET Ability Profiler results to: * identify their strengths and areas for which they might want to receive more training and education * identify occupations that fit their strengths
Customize your occupation search according to employing industry, science area, O*NET Content Model descriptor, or other important characteristic.
Using O*NET OnLine, search by relevant job title or keyword to find detailed descriptions of the world of work.
Use your skill set to identify occupations for exploration.
The green economy will change occupations’ employment demand or work and worker requirements, such as tasks, skills, and knowledge areas. Find O*NET occupations in any of 12 Green Economy Sectors.
Learn about the machines, equipment, tools, software, and related skills needed to successfully perform in today’s world of work.
Find O*NET occupations that correspond to occupations in other classification systems.
Use these tools to help individuals identify their work-related interests, what they consider important on the job, and their abilities. Enable users to link their results directly to occupations which they can explore further in O*NET OnLine and CareerOneStop.
O*NET information provides the foundation for this rich and comprehensive resource for job seekers, students, businesses, and career professionals.
This online guide will help you build a resume employers will want to see.