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Occupational Requirements Survey

American Board of Vocational Experts (ABVE) 2024 Conference

Occupational Requirements Survey (ORS) staff will be presenting on the 2023 ORS estimates at the ABVE conference on March 8th from 9:00 - 10:15 AM C.T.

For the more information on the conference, visit the ABVE website. A full schedule of events is available online.

Interested in the data?

Visit the data page to download the complete dataset or view the estimates using the database query tools. Factsheets are available and give an overview of specific job requirements. The occupational profiles provide a summary of job requirements by occupation.

Looking for more information?

The questions and answers page provides general information on ORS. The ORS Handbook of Methods explains the survey design, collection approach, and estimation methods. Collection procedures and instructions are available through the collection manualsContact us if you have additional questions.