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Fall 2001 Vol. 45, Number 3

O*NET update

—NUTSHELL:
A new source of occupational information has gone online and now offers its own self-directed career exploration and assessment tools.


—SNIPPET:

Since its introduction to the public in December 1998, the Occupational Information Network (O*NET) has evolved. It has been reconfigured, gone online, and will now have its own career exploration tools.

This update on the status of O*NET has three parts. First comes a look at its realignment and plans for future data collection. Next, the spotlight shines on the new Web-based version of O*NET. Finally, the self-directed career exploration and assessment tools developed by Team O*NET receive special attention.

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Last Updated: December 06, 2001